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I need cash like everyone else does by Caroline Claffingsotch - Wed, 05 Mar 2014 20:23:35 EST ID:Quq/UGyh No.36206 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need ideas for how I can make cash quickly. Job doesn't cut it. Besides selling my body or drugs. What are side jobs I could do? Please give suggestions.
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Edward Domblestet - Wed, 12 Mar 2014 22:50:47 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36246 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36241
Oh ya, don't get me wrong that approach is horrible, and if you do things in an unprofessional manner then everything you do is a pipe dream.
Just don't discount the industry, I'm a Network Marketing professional amateur myself, because I have yet to make the decision square in my mind to be come a pro.
It takes some hard work, and advanced people skills. When I had a comfortable, secure job last year I had a lot of people skills.
Then a couple of bad trips took that all away, including my job. I wasn't grateful for what I had, and that delicate dance with the otherworldly beings left me crippled with HPPD among many other psychological and neurological diseases.
So one year later exactly I have regained my ability to speak with human beings without extreme paranoia and anxiety.
It hasn't yet, but Network Marketing will be the vehicle for my success and give me freedom to build my enterprise.

>TLDR
If you are going to join the Network Marketing Profession or mock it, at least look at it as a profession and respect the model.
It's helping people, help people, so that you can continue to help people. It's not a lottery ticket, but it is a better career that anyone can do if they put aside their pride, ego, and commit to succeeding in their business.
Also, check around before signing up, make sure your business has all the criteria for a successful business, and at stage in the industry don't join a company with fees.
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Nell Wunkinsture - Thu, 13 Mar 2014 01:46:51 EST ID:MWF4EywI No.36247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36246
>professional amateur
>confirmed for fucking imbecile
nigga you are acting niggligent check yourself before you shrek yourself
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Edward Domblestet - Thu, 13 Mar 2014 06:21:43 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36247
lol I thought I erased professional right there
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Shit Sungerbanks - Fri, 14 Mar 2014 11:01:28 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36252 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36246
>respect the model
I'm glad that network marketing has helped you recover from a bad trip. Sales in general are a good field to get into if you want to learn how to be personable and confident. There are some products that are good to get behind however.

The down side is that every time you talk about said product, it ends up sounding like an advertisement instead of "hey, this might be good advice". It's one of the reasons I'm glad referral site threads are banned here.
>VIRAL MARKETING
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Jarvis Lightfield - Sun, 16 Mar 2014 02:07:50 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36252
Network Marketing was the vehicle that drove my original set of friends that I grew up with to really go out of their way to reconnect and reach out to me.
It really was the perfect storm, I needed neurological help that doctors could not provide me, I needed friends that I could trust, and I needed something to believe in.
All of my friends and family who take the products I market where significantly impacted and we are all closer than ever before because of it.
And because of Network Marketing I was introduced to some amazing people who pointed me in the right direction for personal development, which at the time was most opportune since I was both figuratively and literally re-learning how to walk.
>The down side is that every time you talk about said product, it ends up sounding like an advertisement
I encountered that in the beginning, and I want to get this out of the way now for anyone reading this,
>This is how it's been for 30+ years and it's finally changing
The worst part of the industry is the form of training people got from various companies, duplicating systems that only made a handful of people wealthy and promising the world.
I'm glad to tell you that today we have a savior that is no longer even a part of a company, and he is freeing us from the primal strategy of a hard selling pyramid organization to a real professional business built on real strong relationships.
If you were to take an hour out of your day to listen to Eric Worre's: Go Pro available on the pirate bay
You'd see exactly the mindset of virtually every stage in a person's mindset when encountering Network Marketing.
A lot of companies are now marketing this book/CD because they want to change the face of Network Marketing.
>viral marketing is banned here
I'm also especially glad for that lol. Work at home schemes are dime a dozen and I've yet to see one that even actually pays lol.


Button is stuck by Charles Turveybanks - Tue, 11 Mar 2014 08:10:13 EST ID:6HNH+y7l No.36231 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I got my hands on a broken tamron 70-300mm lens

The previous owners approach was to use brute force and he somehow managed to break 5 internal screw mounts turning it to a maracas of lose parts.

I fixed that with expoyy and everything is tight again with working AF.
But i got no clue how to unfuck the stuck button, limiting the lens to 70-180mm
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Jack Dopperway - Wed, 12 Mar 2014 11:55:51 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It might be limited to when you can actually switch it from normal to macro.

Try extending the lens all the way (ie, zoom in as far as it goes) then switching to macro.


Acne and Facial Care by Martha Napperfeg - Fri, 20 Dec 2013 13:20:31 EST ID:5y8W7il6 No.35899 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm having some issues with whiteheads, and to be honest I don't really know the basics of facial care. I wash my face, exercise, etc, but I don't really know how this shit works.
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Cedric Nuttingbury - Thu, 30 Jan 2014 20:28:59 EST ID:GngL5S/0 No.36061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36030
Ya this shit rules. I do my laundry with it. I should get another bottle to water it down with.

I use Dr. Woods Peppermint Castile with Shea as it's cheaper and shea leaves softer skin. Cold showers are much better for your skin (and your health overall)
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Frederick Honeywater - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 15:13:32 EST ID:tHTz/NN0 No.36153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35899
Your diet is probably shit, no offense
Diet is numero uno
Next I would say is get a good non chemical soap, etsy has some good ones. I recommend either dead sea mud, colloidal silver, or activated charcoal (all 3 would be better)

I used to have really shitty acne before but now its very minimal
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Jack Hammerwure - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 21:02:37 EST ID:VfR3Dwoh No.36155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35899
Oil pull. Castor oil, olive oil mixed, then after you open your pores you use the oil and keep it there for like 10 minutes. Wipe it off, wash it with soap (i use bronners) and then use lotion
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Edward Niggerman - Sat, 08 Mar 2014 22:23:48 EST ID:PhTN8BPm No.36220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyone other than >>36005 have any advice with getting rid of scars/discoloration?
I've got the actual acne 80% under control but my skin still looks like shit.
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Cornelius Pigglehack - Sat, 08 Mar 2014 23:10:35 EST ID:/BqKms0o No.36221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>had severe acne on my back for 6-7 years
>see a post on the future
>open pores with warm water, wash away oils, close pores with cold water
>try it
>no more fresh spots for days

it really is that simple.


yooooosdsds by Anon - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 02:31:46 EST ID:ULihv/0A No.36143 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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bump?

anymore liek this?
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Basil Greenford - Sun, 02 Mar 2014 16:32:56 EST ID:ja0o4YTP No.36199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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bump for interest
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Basil Ballystock - Mon, 03 Mar 2014 01:00:51 EST ID:GwAwz6/Q No.36200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36199
bumb for doubles
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Nathaniel Hoblingcocke - Mon, 03 Mar 2014 10:46:45 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36200
Welp, this thread is terrible now.

>>35463 might have something you're looking for, but if you're looking for a specific drug infographic, you should've asked.
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Jack Wepperpeck - Sat, 08 Mar 2014 00:02:50 EST ID:VDbtbwkQ No.36217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36200
Check 'em


how to by Betsy Gishgold - Sun, 16 Feb 2014 15:38:10 EST ID:fLlDthaX No.36135 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how to resist the urge to smoke weed?
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Reuben Dartlock - Mon, 24 Feb 2014 16:58:14 EST ID:Rq77Wfx4 No.36171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I stopped by jogging every time I felt like a joint
Had to force my self first because I hated jogging and always used to get bad shin splints.
been off it for 7 months now
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Molly Sellershit - Mon, 24 Feb 2014 23:20:21 EST ID:Gqitmrsx No.36172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36171

Nice method. That's what i would recommend to anyone who wants to stop.
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Samuel Tillingham - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 03:31:19 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watch some Tony Robbins videos or something lol
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Nigel Brookwater - Thu, 27 Feb 2014 04:22:38 EST ID:kJe/4ShJ No.36188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36172
yeah replace smoking with another activity
I started lifting, it really helps if you have someone to do it with too.
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Emma Nedgefoot - Sun, 02 Mar 2014 08:16:02 EST ID:oh7Vudpa No.36196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm pretty sure it's been two years since I stopped smoking weed. I was pretty overwhelmed by how high I got one day. I just said, "Fuck this, no more". After that I just started prioritizing. That's all you really need to do, OP.


Tor by Faggy Drazzlespear - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 02:17:39 EST ID:tDcaZJHL No.36142 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where does one go about finding deep web addresses. I know how to use the deep web and have used it with the proper tools/security, but I want to find more. Nothing specific, but coming from clear web, google search and word of mouth is all I have known. Can someone provide me a starting place for finding new locations, or information on how to find new addresses.
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Samuel Tillingham - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 03:29:08 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36176
That's actually kind of cool.. I wonder what incredible discoveries are out there
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Martha Porringdale - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 08:31:20 EST ID:6Pt87TEK No.36183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36181
he gave a kinda shitty explanation. the deep web hosts many things, what most 420channers want is the drugs. there is also hardcandy (childporn) illegal weapons and other stuff that can be bought and sold via the dark web.

although he is right about search engines not picking them up.
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Nicholas Clayspear - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 11:28:40 EST ID:of+t8GpZ No.36184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://yacy.net/en/index.html

figure it out. that is all.
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Nicholas Clayspear - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 11:33:28 EST ID:of+t8GpZ No.36185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36184
eh just an obvious update make sure your using the proper precautions obviously. and if the link doesn't work. the program name is yacy just make sure you crawl and don't nig the rest of us thanks. be careful.
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Simon Murdman - Fri, 28 Feb 2014 01:06:59 EST ID:6IfJJahB No.36191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know someone who browses "deep web", and I have a new appreciation for how kidgloved the internet is for everyone else after I have spent time with him and watched what he does online. It's almost like... watching someone navigate a computer without an operating system.

Our OS is google and the mainstream search engines of the internet. They really DO control not only what we search, but what we even can conceive of as existing on the internet.

I am just like you, I have no idea how it works, but it's impressive to know that for a person who dedicates himself to learning how computer/internet functions, the internet becomes a much more expansive playground.


/howto/ do nothing and get paid by Simon Hishcocke - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 16:46:44 EST ID:BRxy/bs1 No.31413 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm looking for a job, any job, regardless of how shitty the pay is, just to keep people (mom) quiet (not nagging me). Currently 24yo with a highschool diploma.

conditions:
  1. little to no contact with customers
  2. little to no contact with bosses
  3. barely anything to do, allowing me to listen to music or browse 420chan if I feel like it
  4. steady if possible

doesn't matter if I get paid in peanuts. Ideas? all suggestions are appreciated.
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Esther Fablingshaw - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 20:33:59 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35206
I'm sure RS3 has them redoing all their bots now. I've been looking on torrent sites and I just can't trust them.
I have this idea for making money of Runescape though, marketing.
I've been seeing a lot of "drop parties," lately. I figure if I can find someone to put 5 bucks in my paypal I will do a drop party of my own, 2 mil each and promote their website/company.
It's gives people wasting their time a reward for visiting a site, maybe following a Twitter, liking a FB, I'm saving up for it right now, but I have a feeling it's going to be a hit.
Only problem is how many clients can you get in one month? The projections are unpredictable.
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Jack Doppersten - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 05:32:14 EST ID:afTY6tSR No.36156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36154
Like a scheduled party per week for a particular website. ?

Im not sure Jagex would allow advertising, It's not much trouble for the party, But I doubt there's many businesses who want to fuck with a multi-mirrion dorra company.
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Beatrice Genkinstot - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 01:07:53 EST ID:muWkw2Uc No.36160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36156
If the company likes the turnout they would do it often, but it wouldn't be consistent on a particular day just to avoid catching mod's interest and those people that talk crap about the model.
We're talking multiple companies here. For example. Last night I watched a guy get 45 subscribers just handing out 50k for verifying their name. I'm thinking of using that approach for the people that don't get anything at the drop, those people always complain and beg.
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Barnaby Blacklehack - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 08:10:08 EST ID:afTY6tSR No.36161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36160
I do really like the idea, It's like a typical party with banner on the walls.

But since you are in a game world, EVERYTHING is logged, All it takes is one guy to point out that it's advertising and that's it your entire business market falls down. Along with all the names of companies you've worked with.

However.
If you call it a "fansite", You're more than welcome to invite to and advertise that website. This however does not allow you to advertise or promote other websites through runescape.
It'll have to be through your "fansite" where people find the adverts.

I'm not sure if you're aloud to promote other peoples fansites though, It could be something you should look into. I'm sure they'll pay more for advertising ingame, Than you would get from adverts on a fansite.
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Archie Chessletudge - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 16:27:37 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36161
True, I'll have to watch out for that. I forgot how serious they take their game-space lol.
But like you said, if I make it seem like a regular RS fansite though I should be fine.
But then if change the username back to the company's name "ominously in the URL" later, then all those followers will be none the wiser.


Solar Power by Samuel Fudgehall - Tue, 11 Feb 2014 05:15:30 EST ID:FqlPS6vo No.36109 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Not sure if this is the proper board, but what the heck.

What would one need and how much would one expect to spend to wire up enough solar panels to an RV to run a desktop computer system complete with LED monitor and be able to use it for at least 16 hours a day with some left over for lights and other small electrical expenses? Assume a beefy gaming machine in the neighborhood of 650watts with a 30-40 watt LED Monitor.

I've seen that panels come in various wattages but I'm unsure of how solar power works exactly. Like, would a $2000 set of 1800 watt panels mean I'd get exactly 1800 watts of power while the sun is up provided I have a clear day and the batteries to process it? Meaning the computer would run just fine during the day without issue? I'm really confused on how the whole thing works.

tl;dr what kind of solar setup would I need on my RV to run a gaming desktop like I would in a house.
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Martha Biddlewell - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 01:32:58 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36138
>no water hookups
That's pretty shitty. Guess you'll have to take time out of your video games to find a place to refill your jugs. Make sure you don't accidentally grab the piss jugs.

>RV 3k
>beefy gaming computer 1k
>has enough to spend 2k on panels
This math's looking strange to me.
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Molly Blytheman - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 01:37:19 EST ID:FqlPS6vo No.36141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36140

I don't "have enough". I don't have a penny. All of this is just a pipe dream. Me daring to think I might be able to pull myself out of the gutter somehow.
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Martha Biddlewell - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 03:03:06 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36141
Should have said that in the OP, so we knew we were answering a theoretical question.

The answer to how many solar panels you'd need is "a lot".
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Jack Fobblewen - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 05:31:41 EST ID:SDYO7A/n No.36145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36144
>The answer to how many solar panels you'd need is "a lot".
hypothetically, of course.
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Ernest Tillingworth - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 07:19:43 EST ID:nbJgT/cf No.36146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36136
You should aim for a laptop +car battery and a solar panel
Thats actually doable for little money
The cost to build a sustainable system just scale with the power consumption


Spinning text test thread by Sophie Dussledock - Sun, 08 Dec 2013 17:01:50 EST ID:twjD60kq No.35829 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Ive seen it once and I think i may need it in my life.
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David Bazzlelodge - Tue, 17 Dec 2013 22:53:08 EST ID:qtQ3x2ef No.35885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35841
[Raintie] Crimbus! [/Raintie]
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Eliza Clundledot - Tue, 31 Dec 2013 19:26:07 EST ID:twjD60kq No.35944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[groovyshit]I wish I knew[/groovyshit]
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Sidney Nicklewell - Thu, 06 Feb 2014 20:53:01 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[inderp]nope[/inderp]
[huehuehue]nope[/huehuehue]
[lol]nope[/lol]
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Betsy Brummlehood - Sat, 08 Feb 2014 01:14:22 EST ID:iacjFRsP No.36096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[meatspin]I'll give it a shot.[/meatspin]
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Eugene Crobblelock - Sat, 15 Feb 2014 17:01:35 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36096
:groovy:bump


Keeping bugs away by Albert Hottingcocke - Mon, 03 Feb 2014 01:35:45 EST ID:WCBT8g53 No.36078 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Someone built a treehouse at my house before we moved here, and 'I've always thought it would be a cool place to chill and smoke. But there's always bees and mosquitoes in it over the summer. Anyone know how I could keep them away?
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Priscilla Pockshaw - Mon, 03 Feb 2014 02:25:00 EST ID:oplqjfy/ No.36079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36078
i hope your not some all natural hippie... just get some raid and spray the fuck outa the bees and then get a few tiki torches that have insect repellent in them and use that.
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Doris Clennerstitch - Mon, 03 Feb 2014 14:03:02 EST ID:VfR3Dwoh No.36080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36078
They hate smoke. Burn smoky shit or like dude said insect repellant. If you can, destroy any free standing water yo prevent larva.
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William Mibbleway - Sat, 08 Feb 2014 16:31:41 EST ID:f+4lkHvm No.36098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well you could always build the treehouse so bugs cant get in as easily. get some window screen and tack it up over your windows, some silicon caulking to fill the cracks between boards
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Clara Pockbanks - Tue, 11 Feb 2014 01:19:19 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
buy cordycep mycelium, if it's a smart bug like ants then get it without spores, if it's flys, get it with the spores.
Place it in a jar and watch a mushroom bust out of it's head
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Reuben Tillingman - Tue, 11 Feb 2014 05:26:37 EST ID:XDOws00C No.36110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36107
Fuck yeah, let's spread that fungus everywhere. It'll be like a shroom party Cept steada tripping, You're shitting yourself incase the fungus ever comes for us.


workin from home by Eugene Pummleford - Fri, 02 Aug 2013 15:41:28 EST ID:hzu6ojJa No.35132 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a fulltime job that starts early morning so I'm off by noon everyday. Getting pretty bored in my off time and would like to make some extra cash remotely if possible. Anyone here work from home? What are good work from home jobs that only require certification or a small amount of schooling? So far I'm considering getting certification in medical coding or transcription and starting off with small jobs...maybe eventually replacing my current job if i can get to that level. Any ideas?
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Whitey Badgefeck - Sun, 06 Oct 2013 11:02:51 EST ID:XjSNaP7A No.35580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35577
Righteous! I'm gonna check that shit out tomorrow, thanks a lot man. Stay posted.
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Henry Drovingfutch - Sun, 06 Oct 2013 11:09:48 EST ID:twjD60kq No.35581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35580
Cool, let me know how it goes. If you find some good sites, feel free to post them.
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Henry Bendledire - Sun, 20 Oct 2013 07:25:29 EST ID:Ky+2KkCO No.35675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35581
I have not done it yet, but in the meantime, bump
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Charlotte Niggerway - Mon, 27 Jan 2014 10:45:12 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bumping back to page one, is there anyone here that does audio transcription?
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Clara Pockbanks - Tue, 11 Feb 2014 01:23:01 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36044
I'm still trying, it's tough getting a client.


Howto: Be a Vagrant by Bernice Shittingfuck - Sun, 10 Nov 2013 20:24:03 EST ID:7jMrpJ3H No.35723 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am wondering how one would achieve the task of becoming a wandering homeless.
like what are ways of procuring food in that kind of situation or like
where does one sleep?
do people actually do this???
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Edwin Clublingtick - Fri, 31 Jan 2014 16:57:57 EST ID:udWwNdFR No.36070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36069

Your posts show that you bitch about reading other people bitching. If you want people to follow your advice, maybe try do it yourself first
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Edwin Lightfoot - Fri, 31 Jan 2014 17:54:17 EST ID:xXZiekGC No.36071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36070
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Graham Sashtit - Sat, 01 Feb 2014 08:07:10 EST ID:FqlPS6vo No.36075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just wandering around this day and age is dangerous. People will actively seek out to harm you. It's best to have a destination in mind and stay there for a bit. You can move whenever, but don't just walk around the country all the time going wherever. That's just asking for trouble.

I'm a proponent of the hippie communities out in the California deserts. They're mostly populated by decent people who all dropped out of society for one reason or another and so long as you're friendly and maybe pitch in with the community you can live a very comfortable life.

Arguably the most famous of these communities is Slab City. But I wouldn't recommend that place. It's become so popular it's being flooded by more and more people every year and thus the more dangerous element like ex-cons and fugitives are growing in number. And as such these days newcomers are not trusted. You can look them up to get an idea of how these communities function, since Slab City is the easiest one to find information on, but then try to locate a different community. There's dozens scattered throughout the desert.

There's a few such communities in the mountains up north as well, but they're hard to find and it's more of a "You're not welcome there unless you've already been there" kind of place.

I, personally, only did the wandering thing for about a year before I came home and got some land out in the middle of the woods with a cheap shed to sleep in. Which is where I'm living now.
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Nathaniel Brussleford - Fri, 07 Feb 2014 23:31:35 EST ID:CJrhGoab No.36094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was living on the road for two years. never had to ask for anything, just trust; if I needed something, it seemingly fell out of the sky. and when you hitchhike, it's hard to AVOID being given money.

I slept wherever I had to, though if I was in a city I would try to find a secluded spot, especially if I was alone. I met some pretty amazing people, fellow travelers and regular people, as well.

people -strangers- often invited me home; "no way you're sleeping on the street". keeping a good attitude and trusting. openess and friendliness. I also made an effort to stay reasonably clean. there's some dirty kids walking around these days, and nothing against them, I met a few that I consider friends, but I imagine people are slightly less inclined to invite them into their home.

man, you just gotta do it. there's now way to prepare. let the wind carry you and stuff.

>>35787

ultimately, this guy's right though. I'm back, I'm going to school, still working out a few kinks. but I'm glad I had that journey, experienced that magic. I wouldn't be here otherwise. it definitely opened my eyes and gave me a sense of direction. a lot of people go to find themselves and just get more lost, so be wary.
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Betsy Brummlehood - Sat, 08 Feb 2014 01:01:28 EST ID:iacjFRsP No.36095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36034 This.
You're saying that you give up on life because you're fed up with the superficial bullshit of our society? Then get to what's real. Find what you want. Do some science or join a CSA farm or something. I can assure you that you won't be any happier sitting around with your thoughts churning while you pick your asshole and eat from dumpsters that real crazy street folk will defend with their lives. You will not find and quiet peace there. You also want to avoid sounding like a privileged white brat, but that's exactly what you're doing. Move out of your parents' for fuck's sake. Get your shit together, Tyrone. Life is more peaceful when you have a pot to piss in. College parties and drugs? Try just college first if you can't handle your shit. Poop in a group.


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