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Welding by Augustus Brindleman - Sat, 17 May 2014 03:44:57 EST ID:sXF04IER No.36483 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I would love to know how to weld. Ultimately I would like to be able to build a cargo bicycle. I do not know the first thing about metalwork, so where do I start?
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Phineas Pammerwell - Sat, 17 May 2014 11:30:56 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I knew I'd seen a welding thread around here somewhere.

>>>/vroom/30244

This should get you started while you wait for replies here.
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Matilda Goodman - Mon, 19 May 2014 01:44:48 EST ID:86ztX94/ No.36495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I took some welding classes for about 2 months at a community college. Ended up dropping out cuz I couldn't make the hour trip each way 5 days a week while also working. Plus I just wasn't that great at it. You better have good fine motor control and an eye for detail. Stick welding is a good place to start, especially if you can't afford to go to school or have time to and are more of a hobbyist instead of someone who wants to make a career of it. A lot less dangerous than oxyfuel and gmaw/smaw. Though gmaw is probably the easiest to learn. As for a place to start, I'm sure there's a trade school near you. You can kind of teach yourself stick on the Internet but you really need a professional to guide you if you want quality welds. Plus this shit is dangerous man, you're dealing with temperature high enough to bond and separate metal plus said molten metal plus all the gases and shit. It's no joke. Trade school is also discouraging because most of your class is doing it for the certificate and already know how to weld because their dad does construction or some shit but nowadays most places need you to have a certificate for legal reasons.

Sorry for the wall of text kind of tipsy. Good luck
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Simon Bocklechitch - Fri, 30 May 2014 13:29:52 EST ID:cmdMAbeZ No.36534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Welding is incredibly easy, if you have what you need.
If you don't gotta decide what kind of welding you want to do, table/hand tools, etc. Grinder, sander, saw, anvil; all pretty useful.
As far as actual welding like >>36495 said stick (arc) welding is probably best, portable, but high temps so will melt metals. Gmaw is best to learn first, easier to control heat and general weld. Gtaw is for thin and detailed welds, which is probably what you'd need for a bike.
Schooling would most likely be essential no matter what. The investment would be better than having to get everything and have no idea. Metal is also pretty expensive.


Dat smuggle life by Nell Semmermat - Wed, 28 May 2014 17:36:25 EST ID:GnW/RpbT No.36528 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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'sup fools. Long time lurker, second-time poster here. Hope I picked the right board. I have a connection who's willing to send chocolates, candies and other delicious dispensary products from Cali to NYC, but I'm worried about being found out. I have a P.O. Box which I'm willing to use for semi-anonymity but is that enough? Does anyone else have experience with this sort of shit?
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Edward Pickville - Wed, 28 May 2014 20:37:33 EST ID:Oqm0ihlY No.36529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36528
PO box won't do shit unless you're using a stolen card or fake IDs or something to pay for it.

Besides it won't be that risk anyway, I'm sure USPS can't open mail without a warrant and i think they do an express overnight flight which cuts down on the time your package will be in the sorting office.

Really though you're safe if you just get standard post as long as they are well packaged and don't open up / smell or look blatantly suspicious
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David Neddlewurk - Wed, 28 May 2014 23:57:49 EST ID:4M+x9eD3 No.36530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you could listen to the above poster who seems to know it all, or do as I say: fill your pockets and walk across the country..


Scrap metal by Hamilton Drengerlock - Tue, 08 Apr 2014 00:09:12 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36334 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any of you guys have any first hand experience or good resources that have to do with scrap metal?
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Doris Shittingbanks - Mon, 26 May 2014 20:47:50 EST ID:M4nbCmHU No.36519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36518
lead is awesome, though. why would it be called plumbum if it's not to be used for plumbing and regular human contact?
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Phoebe Norringstone - Wed, 28 May 2014 04:15:39 EST ID:cH700ISX No.36524 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36513
I don't see what's so funny about it. I don't have a job and am trying to pay for school..
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Hedda Gabbler - Wed, 28 May 2014 07:24:38 EST ID:aVtOAz4B No.36525 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36524

By destroying artifacts that are:

highly technical/expensive
extremely cool
no longer made

For peanuts
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Frederick Tootworth - Wed, 28 May 2014 13:51:32 EST ID:gwHZsC/m No.36526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36524
use something wooden at least. those things can carry a charge that can kill you.
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Phoebe Norringstone - Wed, 28 May 2014 15:11:53 EST ID:cH700ISX No.36527 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36525
First off man if its cool I keep it. I have a pair of extremely collectable Heil Subs from the dump, a working 1940s radio from the dump.. My barn if full of too much shit haha
>>36526
I always ground them before I start


Identifying crystals, geodes, gemstones that you can find and what type of areas can you find them. by Emma Ginningcocke - Mon, 12 May 2014 04:23:18 EST ID:+UIddZJh No.36464 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anybody know of any resources for identifying raw stones in the wild?
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Eugene Wettingfuck - Mon, 12 May 2014 09:22:43 EST ID:70vgI+oF No.36465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://geology.about.com/od/rocks/a/Rock-Tables.htm
This will give you the most common rocks.

http://rocktumbler.com/polished-stones/
Will give you all the fancy stones that mostly only new agers/gypsies are interested in.

http://www.labstuff.nl/contents/nl/d143.html
And for any actual scientific processes or you just want something a bit more trustworthy and interesting.
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Caroline Fommermog - Mon, 12 May 2014 09:59:25 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36465
I'm not OP, but I think I might try to complete the rock table in your first link. I wish I still had a rock tumbler, though. Anyone know a simple way to make one?

Rocks are neat.
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Hannah Clabberpid - Mon, 26 May 2014 08:17:56 EST ID:O7bNlcoX No.36515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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http://www.theisozone.com/downloads/pc/windows-games/the-magic-school-bus-explores-inside-the-earth/


blacksmithing by trayanise !rU8mq5Ca7M - Tue, 20 May 2014 14:45:54 EST ID:3+YkKe/8 No.36500 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do, /howto/? my google-fu has failed, so now i come to you.

for a long while now, i've wanted to get into blacksmithing, but i haven't a clue where to begin. i know the basics- acquire/build a forge, anvil, hammer, tongs, water trough... but i don't know the specifics of those.
what size/weight of hammer? what variety of tongs? where the hell do i get an anvil, and how big do i need it?
the trough is easy enough- 2"x6" or 2"x12" boards cut and assembled, with a sealer, filled with water, big enough for whatever i'm gonna be hammering. the forge seems straightforward, like a big brick bbq pit with a bellows, filled with coal, and a nice big hood to protect the flames from rain and such.

any recommendations for the hardware? any recommendations for metal supplies? i can't exactly grab a pick and go wandering the countryside chipping away at mountains.

once i'm up and running (assuming that ever happens), i'll be sure to take plenty of pics as i learn the nigh-extinct trade and share my learnings with all y'all
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Cyril Blummlemuck - Tue, 20 May 2014 22:38:13 EST ID:hCwfRJkL No.36502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36500
Sounds to me like you've got the fire, but you've still got some serious research to do. Don't worry, there's a steep learning curve, but it's totally worth it. I've been forging knives and other smallish things for the past 6 years or so, and started with just reading on the internet.

So lets keep it simple for now, I'll attach some links to good sources of more info, there's a TON of it if you know where to look.

To begin, you need to have a little clearer idea of what you want to do to determine what kind of setup you want. If you just want to make knives, or cute little puppy keychains or other small stuff, you really don't need much. But if you're planning on forging wrought iron gates for your country estate, you'll need much more overhead.
Assuming you just want to do little stuff, you really don't need much. Hell, I got by for a year or so using a little piece of railroad track as an anvil and a propane torch stuck into a couple hollowed out ceramic bricks. Also, if you want to make anything look clean and/or shiney, you'll need to have some grinding tools. At the very least a set of files and patience. It's amazing the kind of stuff you can do even with improvised tools, to an extent.

But if you really are looking to bite the bullet and drop some cash on a shop, here's my recommendations: Don't fuck around with coal. It's dirty, heavy, bad for the environment, and really finnicky to work with. This is the 21st century, go buy/make a propane forge. You'll thank yourself you did. For a hammer, just about anything (besides your everyday claw hammer) will work. Most people rely heavily on a cross peen, some use ball peens. Something with a head between 1-2lbs is best for extensive use, heavier will wear you out and be harder to be accurate with, lighter and you'll wear yourself out by trying to make it move the metal at all. just make sure you don't try to forge like the dudes in your picture, that's a great way to blow out a shoulder.

Metal is the easiest thing to come by. If you're trying to make something like a knife or axe that needs to hold an edge, you need a high carbon steel. Old files and car springs work really well and you can get them for next to nothing. But if you're just making decorative or architectural stuff, any kind of steel will do. Rebar is super cheap and available, especially around construction sites. Or you can always buy steel stock from a supplier. For high carbon steel, fastenal is a good company to buy smallish amounts from.

This trade is anything but extinct. There are blacksmiths all over the fuckin place, you jsut have to find them, If you're in america, especially the South or Pacific Northwest, you can find all sorts of blacksmiths and bladesmiths. Odds are there's a local blacksmithing group in your area that meets on a regular basis. Blacksmiths are good guys, generally down to earth and happy to share knowledge and tips.

Here are a few links to get you started:
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trayanise !rU8mq5Ca7M - Wed, 21 May 2014 19:25:24 EST ID:fS737zpr No.36504 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36502
awesome links and info, thanks. for whatever reason, i wouldn't have thought of rebar, and i see it at work all the time. is it high enough in quality to be worked into tools or blades?
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Lydia Muzzlehadge - Thu, 22 May 2014 09:25:18 EST ID:gwHZsC/m No.36507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36504
rebar wont hold and edge. files or like he said brake springs.
if you have a junk yard around you and dont plan to drop the money to build a gas forge, you can make a brake drum forge pretty simple with instructions on youtube. budget wise, grabbing tools from garage sales or second hand stores is not a bad idea. finding the local junk yard is probably a good idea too.




in short, brake drum some 2inch plumming pipe with a t fitting and cap to create an ash catcher and a hair dryer to act as your billow

for shits and giggles i wanted to see what ebay wanted for an anvil, surprissingly cheap at. idk how big you want but a 55lb one for ~70 bucks shipped.
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Lydia Passlestone - Thu, 22 May 2014 17:19:45 EST ID:hCwfRJkL No.36508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's >>36502 me again.

>>36504
Rebar works for most things, but not anything with an edge.

And another note about anvils. do not. DO NOT. but a cast iron anvil. ever. EVER. if your anvil says "cast iron" or "china" anywhere on it, it isn't an anvil, just a very heavy doorstop. And don't buy anvils on ebay, the shipping alone generally costs more than they're worth. Craigslist sometimes has anvils pop up, that's how I got mine, but its rare. Fleamarkets also sometimes have decent deals on anvils, although the people who have them usually charge out the ass for them. It's simplest to just get a block of steel froma junkyard or use some RR track or even some heavy I-beam (although it'll ring like fuck) until you can drop at least a couple hundred on a decent anvil.

If you do construction and want to use scrap that's laying around, the long pins they use to hold concrete forms in place are usually semi-decent steel. Decent enough to get an edge.

When in doubt if scrap can be used for a blade, take a little piece of your mystery steel and heat a couple inches of it until its decently orange (a magnet shouldn't stick) and then dip it in cold water. Then put the end of the quenched section in a vice and try to bend it. If it snaps clean, you can probably work with it. If it just bends, well then you're SOL.

Any other questions you've got I'll be happy to answer.


Picking Locks by Hannah Gozzleson - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 16:12:13 EST ID:CJrhGoab No.36430 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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you heard me /howto/ I'm interested in picking locks. Any help?
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Wesley Cocklewat - Sun, 27 Apr 2014 18:24:40 EST ID:ZTTSzElr No.36433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36431
>This isn't a skill where knowledge is useful, It's all bout dem feels.
Ehhh, you kinda need knowledge of how the pins work. It's helpful to have some idea of the theory, so you're not applying way too much torque. And paperclips are pretty shitty since they're not strong, usually wider than the keyhole, and is very difficult to fashion into different picks. Screwdrivers are also shitty since your hand is in the way of the pick.

Pick sets with a variety of picks and toque wrenches are pretty cheap. If you can't afford it, try to get a hold of spring steal (Especially streetsweeper bristles). Some advice: Just because you can flatten a paperclip doesn't mean it's a good idea to use. That shit breaks off in the lock. Bobby pins are definitely better for that.

This is pretty much the bible of lockpicking: http://www.capricorn.org/~akira/home/lockpick/

Of course, bump keys are all the rage nowadays.
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Nigel Pockhall - Mon, 28 Apr 2014 03:06:52 EST ID:GAGEjMNl No.36436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you need two things to pick a lock, the pick itself and a tension tool. too my knowledge there is only 1 or 2 locks the you can pick with a bobby pin or paperclip. your better off getting some materials and fabricating your own or you can buy simple kits off the net for like $20. there are some good guides on youtube but you can sift through the crap. this is not an easy skill to master, i used to spend hours a day on it for a few months to get proficient at it when i was doing my locksmithing apprenticeship
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Lillian Duckbanks - Mon, 28 Apr 2014 05:44:44 EST ID:ZNlH4ZKP No.36437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36433
Bump keys are pretty much the best way to get into a home, doesn't take long to check a neighborhood for bumpable locks
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Nigger Shakecocke - Mon, 28 Apr 2014 09:32:00 EST ID:LKmCztp3 No.36438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36433
Pins go up and down, The lock goes left to right in an angular moment, If you need more than that or need help to figure that out, Then you have no business breaking into other people property. Chances are if you can' t work it out yourself then as soon as you bother you will probably get arrested.

If it's your own property then I'm certain you can get your hands on a hammer or even a rock. since it's yours, you won't care if the container is broken.
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Samuel Sandlebury - Sat, 17 May 2014 05:28:24 EST ID:0XsvQDSA No.36484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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freon with a hammer and chisel. http://www.allelectronics.com/make-a-store/item/ptr-7400/freeze-spray-10-oz-can/1.html
Or a decent bolt cutter if you're going up against pad locks. Angle grinders can do some pretty cool things, but they need power, and they're loud as hell.
Finally, if you really need to get into something and nothing else is cutting it. Use a thermal lance. There's not a whole lot that will stop you, lest you're trying to open something crazy like the side of house or a vault door.


rusty leatherman by Basil Fockletidge - Sun, 11 May 2014 07:03:45 EST ID:/uluBiHD No.36461 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I've had a Leatherman wave for about 6 years. It's been through some shit. Blades are moderately rusty and I can't even get the scissors and screwdriver etc on the inside to swing out. So what's my best option to clean this thing up? Steel wool and wd40 ? Anybody dealt with this before? Pic related
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Jack Grandway - Sun, 11 May 2014 14:53:26 EST ID:70vgI+oF No.36462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
WD-40 and a bunch of wiggling.
Basically soak it, Then use a small piece of metal and just try and push the stuck pieces up.
Steel wool would probably help as well.
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Hugh Fuckingdock - Mon, 12 May 2014 00:35:01 EST ID:vxJIThVs No.36463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dip it in an ultrasonic bath of hydrofluoric acid. But be careful. Hydrofluoric acid is extremely dangerous to humans. Never breath in the vapors and never let it make contact with your skin.
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William Sellydodge - Mon, 12 May 2014 16:49:39 EST ID:oxDK1gA7 No.36467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36463
That sounds sketchy as hell, and if I'm dropping a few hundred on an ultra sonic cleaner I might as well buy a knew leatherman. I like the idea though.
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Cornelius Wissletat - Tue, 13 May 2014 21:45:58 EST ID:cKLE48C0 No.36468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dont they have like a 25 year warranty? You might not even need a receipt
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Nigel Gendlechatch - Fri, 16 May 2014 01:25:17 EST ID:/uluBiHD No.36480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36468
Dude you just made my night. Yes they do. Damn that's a good company. I'll still scrub some rust off so it doesn't look like abuse. Pricy but awesome multi tool I take mine everywhere


How to become a male model by Fucking Shakeford - Tue, 06 May 2014 12:16:36 EST ID:5y8W7il6 No.36452 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How to I break into the world of modeling? Alternatively, porn or stripping? I'm sick of being NEET, but I gotta some way to keep paying for food and martial arts lessons, and I don't want to work to retail. I'm 6'5, fit and lean as fuck, I figure that might help a bit. I heard the first step is doing some nude anatomy modeling for the local community college or something. Do I just go to the art building and ask if they need any anatomy models? Please advise, I need money for kung fu and otaku bullshit.
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Basil Crodgemuck - Tue, 06 May 2014 12:48:57 EST ID:0WZi0/Xt No.36453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36452 i figure most models get an agent.

google or the yellow pages can probably help you.
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Edward Bunwill - Wed, 14 May 2014 12:34:18 EST ID:Zedz/JYz No.36469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
kijiji

nb
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Henry Droddlefatch - Thu, 15 May 2014 20:43:07 EST ID:orAKrP69 No.36479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>modeling
If you want to make any decent money doing that you MUST move to LA or New York. The industry basically doesn't exist outside those two cities. 6'5 is def way over the limits of the height that is typically preferred for male models tho...
>porn
Are you gay? You have a better chance of getting a job at google than you do breaking into the straight porn scene. But you probably have a shot at booking some gay scenes if you're so inclined. Again, better go to LA if you're serious.
>stripping
"Lean as fuck" is def not the right descriptor for the vast majority of dudes who can get a job stripping. Male strippers are jacked, bro.

Oh and btw, for all of these fields, men get paid table scraps compared to what their female equivalents make.


Bitcoins by Skanky McSkankerkins - Mon, 05 May 2014 21:47:47 EST ID:OBtZJGLM No.36447 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /how to I'm interested in ordering some legal narcotics off the deep web and was wondering how the whole process of getting bitcons goes? I have a wallet and an exchange site but not sure how to turn money into bitcoins anonymously.
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Ernest Blytheman - Tue, 06 May 2014 01:45:47 EST ID:lpgszi2W No.36449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
no offense, but google it. show you did some research and only then ask for help with specific problems. nb
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Basil Crodgemuck - Tue, 06 May 2014 07:38:53 EST ID:0WZi0/Xt No.36450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36447
>money into bitcoins anonymously.

theres not really anything anon about bitcoins. everything is kept in a public ledger.
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Lydia Smallhood - Tue, 06 May 2014 08:19:44 EST ID:ODt1VJ4S No.36451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36447
buy them locally and pay cash


Best thing to do with £25k by Thomas Chittinglock - Sun, 09 Mar 2014 21:38:49 EST ID:TKRKSAmU No.36223 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 19, have no concept of finance or economics, and have inherited £25,000. What the fuck do I do to make more?
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Fanny Hanningbanks - Sat, 05 Apr 2014 03:05:01 EST ID:ZZyTx3zF No.36323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36318
What youre saying sounds good on paper, but socialism sounds good on paper too and just look at what Hitler did.
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Wesley Nusslestog - Thu, 10 Apr 2014 11:43:40 EST ID:7Kg1dx2X No.36358 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36223
Why would anyone downsize that pic?
It wasn't very big when I made it.
off topic
nb
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Oliver Feffingchere - Mon, 21 Apr 2014 16:52:46 EST ID:x3MKiG1z No.36405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Property nigga property.

My parents died and left me roughly £30,000 after tax etc.

I bought a small terraced house in a good location city in England, total cost was around £185,000 and the bank approved my mortgage.

I lived there with three other dudes (no homo) who paid rent. Their rent covered the costs of the house + mortgage payments. So basically I'm just living at the house for free while I work + the house is being paid off by them.

This is the best time to buy a house in the uk as interest is so fucking low. But it'll be going up in 2015 so be careful not to buy an over inflated house in a shit area, do some research nigga.

So basically when I first bought my house I spent 30,000 and I've paid off roughly 12,000 more of mortgage mainly with my house mates rent. Taking into account the increase in my houses price I've got about 50,000 in that house. Fucking big dollah seeming as I work an average job.

So basically I'll carry this on for a while then put a deposit down on a new house, easy mortgage as current house is collateral. Then I rent that nigga, only problem is government stealing ma income tax because rent is classed as income, but I've got a shit job so it doesn't matter my annual income is still low. Anyway I'll buy a new house every five years or so then after twenty years I'll be like 40 years old and I'll either keep making money from the rent or I'll sell all my houses and run off with my like 500k+ and live in asia as a king.

My plan and it's working so far, ask anything nigga.
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Matilda Fedgeshit - Tue, 06 May 2014 01:14:51 EST ID:osI7re5a No.36448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36405
Hey man I've been thinking about doing something like this, I'm getting around $20,000 in a few months and I definitely wanted to get into real estate and do what you did, except I was thinking a duplex. I know it's different in the uk but was it easy to get approved for the loan? I also have a shitty job and medical bills are messing up my credit, but those were necessary to get the money. I'm hoping it works out as well as your situation.
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Jenny Dartwater - Sat, 10 May 2014 12:06:10 EST ID:D0LbDhnz No.36460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36358
He probably saved the thumbnail
Pretty much the mark of the not- a-clue apple-untermensch


Backpacking for free! by Wesley Bedgehood - Sat, 28 Jul 2012 14:49:47 EST ID:kYeMGTtM No.30838 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /howto/. I am planning to backpack across America in a few months with no money and I need any advice, tips and/or guides to help me out with things like
.Getting food/water
.What to bring
.Where can I walk(Like can I just walk don the highway?)

A little info on me. I am 23 years old, 5 9 &145 lbs. I am in ok shape but I plan to build myself up a lot before I leave. I live in Green Bay, WI and plan to walk to Arizona then Washington and anywhere I please after that. I plan to leave in November.
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Shitting Banningham - Mon, 09 Dec 2013 08:00:35 EST ID:GtqDuuPq No.35845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did this ever happen?
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Sidney Brinderridge - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 09:29:15 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35845
Good question.

Bumping anyway since interesting, useful thread.
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Matilda Nicklefoot - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 11:28:06 EST ID:4Teg9GtH No.36429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here i'm posting from a rock in the middle of nowhere
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Betsy Woffingfork - Thu, 01 May 2014 00:34:08 EST ID:MJJeEctb No.36443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36429
That' nice to hear from you.
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Charles Foffingworth - Sun, 04 May 2014 15:26:30 EST ID:Oly1DqMG No.36446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36429
Have you somehow inspired a large number of attractive women with your kindness despite being an idiot/despicable pervert?


Fishing by Rebecca Gussleridge - Fri, 04 Oct 2013 00:18:24 EST ID:Ho1ppI60 No.35536 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Thread about fishing.

To start, how do I go about choosing the right bait and lures for the right areas and fish? What equipment does what?
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Fucking Nobblelotch - Fri, 11 Oct 2013 17:33:08 EST ID:WKMU0otV No.35616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Basically, fly fishing has two fundamentals:

  1. You do not use bait, but flies. These are fur/feathers/artificial fibres tied onto a hook which are used to imitate natural food items or attract/annoy the fish into attacking the fly.

2. You cast using the weight of the line, not the weight of the lure/bait/sinker. The line has a taper which allows it to unroll in a smooth fashing, carrying the fly with it. The fly is attached to the fly line by a shorter length of normal nylon line called the leader.

Fly fishing is regarded as one of the most skillful ways to fish for game fish, e.g. salmon, trout, charr, and many rivers and lochs are fly only.

Pic related: the angler in the picture is midway through a doubly Spey cast, a type of cast used when fishing for salmon on large rivers.
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Sidney Brinderridge - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 09:23:22 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Springtime bump.

I need to go fishing more this year.
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Betsy Woffingfork - Thu, 01 May 2014 00:04:48 EST ID:MJJeEctb No.36442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35586
Get a fishing license, if applicable. A nice $$ fine if caught without one.
Know what fish are in the waters. For panfish, like bluegill and green
sunfish a bobber with a chunk or worm on the hook is a good bet, also
with crappie. One may use a small lead bb sinker to keep the bait at the end of the line, there are different sizes of hooks and weights. A good thing is identifying the fish you catch. That is part of the beginning to understand.

Bigger or more is not necessarily better, more nightcrawler/worm may be too
much for small panfish, as well a bigger rod and oversized bobber with a higher pound test line may make things more difficult for beginners, If you have the $ get a rod reel combo, or choose each separate at around that tend match eachother. I like ultra-lite/lite rods with 6 pound test on a open faced reel.

Zebco push button reel and rod combos (bait casting) tend to be difficult to me to use.
One can look for I belie IM-6 graphite rods. Again medium to heavy rods are generally
overkill to new users. Note many sporting goods stores would push the heavier pound
test lines and heavier rods. keep it to unltra light to lite for rods with 6 pound test line.

The packaged fishing kits are a waste and would keep a user from really learning to fish.
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Hannah Dushdale - Thu, 01 May 2014 02:43:35 EST ID:1YatDH6k No.36444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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For bottom general feeders one can use a hook two split shots, and a bell bullet or sinker. Space the split shots one either side of the sinker so the sinker can move easily, like 7 8 fingers between. Of course a hook at the end of the line with maybe a night crawler worm, or catfish baits, corn is good for carp. Cast and crank reel a couple of times. The reasoning behind this method
of weights is so the slip sinker, the line can move easily without the fish giving much notice, having some slack in the line and watch for the line to move. Tighten slowly then if you feel like a fish is on give a slight but deliberate hook setting by lifting your hand and wrist in one move. No over using your whole body or arm, the slight hookset is usually enough.

Many have the mistake of having the line tight and the fish may notice this and
leave. One note, try to use as little weight as you can get away with. Usually no
need to cast as far out as possible.

Look for ponds and lakes that say catachable trout were released on whatever recent date. Generally use salmon eggs for trout. This method of weight works well, sometimes though a small bobber with a splishot or two further down the line from the bobber and a worm or piece of nightcrawler.

Do invest in a pair of hemostats $3 $4 found in fishing shops, hang these over your neck for easy hook release.

I have seen shops sell those plastic hook removers to people and they do not work well at all.
A second best to the hemostats is needle nose pliers.
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Doris Turveystock - Sat, 03 May 2014 20:17:42 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>needle nose pliers
I've used these with success (and didn't have them the first time I went out, but fortunately someone there did) and highly recommend you bring at least them. The hook likes to get caught.


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