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ask me how to do anything... anything by Jenny Blosslechark - Wed, 20 Aug 2014 02:54:28 EST ID:vthGB4wx No.36806 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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and I will tell you how, ill hang around this broad for a few days
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Barnaby Fuckingwater - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 20:56:30 EST ID:QJz33UWf No.37266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36840
lube it.
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Ceg - Thu, 29 Jan 2015 23:36:10 EST ID:kMzm1tYX No.37267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How do I access the Akashic records?
How do I overcome depression through meditation, and furthermore how do I use this skillset to impose order and therefore success upon my life?

In short, what method can I use to stop from being a slave to my desires?
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Sophie Cruddlepad - Fri, 30 Jan 2015 16:15:20 EST ID:g8TgzPWd No.37268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How do I make a living working part time, or working minimally from my home? don't need much money
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Sophie Cruddlepad - Fri, 30 Jan 2015 16:16:21 EST ID:g8TgzPWd No.37269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37268
that's legal, or at least in a gray area. i'd sell drugs, but 1.)no capital to invest, and 2.)no connections
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Phoebe Gommlegold - Wed, 11 Feb 2015 13:17:59 EST ID:Mvva2sxT No.37285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hiro's bro dies
test


metadata by Phineas Clurringwone - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 13:50:19 EST ID:WvNsZ2pm No.37005 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Trying to remove the location long/lat from some pictures, but doing it through windows is impossible it always fails to remove long/lat but can remove everything else, any program I can use for this?
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Ernest Crirringham - Sat, 04 Oct 2014 17:38:57 EST ID:vxJIThVs No.37009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>copy picture
>open mspaint
>paste picture
>save
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Ernest Dungertere - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 15:20:29 EST ID:twjD60kq No.37030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There are dozens of freeware programs that do this...

They're easily found on google and there are no wrong answers.
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 05:19:08 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37005
try Easy Exif Delete
does the trick
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Jah !!A1w2yy2b - Sun, 01 Feb 2015 08:43:10 EST ID:cDLA2Puk No.37274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37009
This. It's so fucking easy. You can even print screen the picture to get it into paint instead of copying if you want.
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Fanny Hankinfore - Sat, 07 Feb 2015 10:33:37 EST ID:z6Lj1jjz No.37280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37274
i think if you just even open the picture in paint and choose "save as" rather than "save", it removes exif data also


Picture stitching program by Faggy Clanderdale - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 13:21:54 EST ID:NheOdmO0 No.36856 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I used to have a program that did a few different tasks but one was taking pictures and stitching them together into one, anyone know what program this was?
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 05:28:45 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36856
A buddy used an Adobe program for that. Dont remember the name


Extract audio from video? by Jarvis Chollerwack - Wed, 10 Dec 2014 13:56:48 EST ID:WvNsZ2pm No.37152 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey I need to extract audio from a video file, how would i go about doing this? I tried an online site but the output file was 2gb and the video was only 70mb.
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Beatrice Drommerkedge - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 10:00:02 EST ID:H6H6SM83 No.37155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hold a tape recorder to your speaker.
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Martin Gerryson - Sun, 14 Dec 2014 19:52:28 EST ID:Mof675hT No.37159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37152
open audacity and choose stereo mix as the input. hit record and then play the video, it should record whatever audio your computer plays. don't know how this is for quality though
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Frederick Pickleway - Sat, 27 Dec 2014 21:00:39 EST ID:+II7Ox+Y No.37170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
aoa audio extractor has always worked for me.

http://www.aoamedia.com/audioextractor.htm
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 05:05:50 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37260 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37152
videohelp.com


Making DVDS from Youtube Channels? by Ian Murdbanks - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 22:23:31 EST ID:/H5r/hpv No.37132 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /howto/!!!!!!!!!!

So I have discovered the magic of ripping youtube channels and turning them into DVDs. I now have enough Jiu Jitsu technique videos to last me for years to come

My question is this.....What other things would be good to rip from youtube to put on DVD?

The only things that come to mind are martial art and guitar how-to videos. Surely there are more genius ideas out there.
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Shitting Pindleworth - Thu, 27 Nov 2014 15:37:51 EST ID:KvjZNwWE No.37134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37132
Compile concert bootlegs
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 05:03:09 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37132
Yeah concerts!,
Digital Sheep (fractal programs) are great for just letting run. Look em up
Artwork/ gallery slide shows
How to grow mushrooms!
Timelapse artwork, especially scenic ones
Dance moves
Guitar how to is great.
DIY repairs - build your own xyz widget
Some of the universities post entire courses. Harvard Law one was way cool
How to handle being pulled over by the police - good to know, there are a bunch like that
Pez


Owning a house by Graham Dunderworth - Thu, 15 Jan 2015 15:44:27 EST ID:cVv4sA6c No.37208 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My parents died recently. My father was a landowner apparently, and after my brother and I sell everything I should have a little more than 200k to myself. I plan on buying a small home, because it's cheaper than renting in the long run. Or so I've heard.

What should I know about this? How do I buy a house, and how do I keep it from falling apart? I don't want anything fancy, just something I can live in. Maybe I'd use the left over money to support myself, and get a part time job or something.
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David Bemmleford - Thu, 22 Jan 2015 15:13:47 EST ID:Y3Y6yrz+ No.37235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, DO NOT SELL ALL OF THAT LAND.
Sell some of it, enough to make say $50-$80k. Use that money to build a small house on the land that you still own. Something like a 500-700sq/ft. cabin with solar panels. Generate your own power, grow some food, and live a simple life void of mortgage payments, rent, and high bills.
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Emma Cublingwetch - Fri, 23 Jan 2015 14:00:36 EST ID:3hpDRSaB No.37237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37235
I agree.
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Hugh Pabblekatch - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 22:38:56 EST ID:g8TgzPWd No.37247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37233
you should point out that the rates of poverty are largely because foreigners (mexicans) hop the border and do shit work for shit pay. There's actually a lot of jobs out there in Texas for skilled laborers or educated peeps that pay decent. idk what you mean by "dead", but Dallas has a huge crime rate in certain areas? Overall we're not very poor though, actually p prosperous, comparatively.

I agree with the TexMex, shit is the greatest lol
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 03:52:09 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37214
Home ownership is like owning a boat, there is always something to fix. Definitely get a job, if you are not hurting for cash you can get one you enjoy. Don't get hurt without health insurance, it can wreck you financially as well, even if you are sitting on piles of cash. Job will help with credit rating, with which you can get a low interest mortgage. Owning a property is better, because it is like you are paying yourself rent, and all that money goes into paying off the value of your mort. Also, the interest you pay on the mort is tax deductible. It is almost like getting a free loan. Dont forget to pay off any consumer debt & make all payments on time to build your credit. You could set up a trust if you investigate it , not here obviously.
House maintenance is not rocket science. Just about every problem you can encounter someone else has had before you. That means you can youtube just about any home project, ask at hardware stores, or contract out if you dont think you can do it. The best legal peer to peer file sharing is still the library. They have tons on diy, first time home ownership, buying a home, financing a home. Read up before you get any advice from someone you may be paying(Realtor, contractor, handyman). There are a lot of dishonest people who will take unfair advantage of your ignorance. There is no excuse for lazyness.

Oh,oh, take care of any water damage immediately, the longer you wait the more expensive it gets. & keep wild birds out, the mites they carry can cause real problems.

Without details it's general info. that is my 2 cents. Hopefully probate court did not eat your inheritance. Good luck
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Hedda Fevingdudge - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:53:44 EST ID:iGVdLF3n No.37257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
homeowner here, 1 acre with a nearly 100 year old log cabin. i only regret that the house is too big for me being the only one living there, and since i'm still technically within city limits and not a couple miles further out where i'd still be considered rural, i have to maintain my property to city code which means dealing with weeds and grass often and regularly (the previous owner ruined the lawn, i didn't want to buy grass seed so i let the grass grow long to let it go to seed while i was traveling and came home to a citation from the city about my grass being too long). yes, there's always something that needs maintaining or fixing but the peace of mind of having your own private space is pretty awesome. i dont know where you live though, but $200,000 is definitely not enough money to support you for very long, especially if you own property. you have to pay yearly taxes dont forget, plus the cost of living expenses and then other shit happening which you may not remember to factor in.


how to get into acting/modeling by Polly Candershit - Tue, 19 Aug 2014 08:21:29 EST ID:PAVBCqRE No.36804 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey dudes how do I do this?
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Phyllis Pittfield - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 15:18:36 EST ID:LwtGdsTO No.36843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If u want model make a photobook, send it to agencys. Learn. Make contacts.
If u want acting go to class.
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Betsy Smalldock - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 09:26:08 EST ID:L7whGjnD No.37135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36805

Sounds about right and probably what I would do.
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oceangrown !ErY2TknG0w - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 14:37:51 EST ID:U4nGNE5u No.37136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36805
Corey Haim.

You won't be Corey Haim unless you already got raped OP, sorry kid we all have our dreams dashed from time to time.
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Thomas Shakewill - Wed, 10 Dec 2014 01:44:09 EST ID:di+ixPGd No.37149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36805
This, or go to a talent agency
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:46:56 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36804
get an agent, get contacts, take classes on doing the craft, do pro bono work, build a portfolio and ask this question of people who are doing the biz not just random people; you get better answers that way.. btw love the pic.


phone number by Nell Soddleman - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 20:10:22 EST ID:F6snVtma No.36857 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How would I go about learning a person's full name and address with just their first name and phone number? Any help would be much appreciated.
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Eugene Gangerstun - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 14:25:35 EST ID:x45dFovv No.36877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can type someone's phone number into facebook (type it in XXX XXX XXXX) and it'll show up with their profile if they have their number on their account. Worth a try.
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Simon Smallbanks - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 03:40:16 EST ID:px4Dz3D4 No.36878 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36870

I really don't think most people are that fucking dumb
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Molly Niggerworth - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 04:23:30 EST ID:tI+wuTf3 No.36879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36857
I found someones home address and full name with that info OP, I put the phone number in quotes into google and luckily I found a facebook page on maybe the 18th search result page, it was some old christmas party page from 2011 or something.
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Eugene Cogglehall - Mon, 29 Dec 2014 23:55:01 EST ID:P0xB9rNF No.37171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36877
This so much. They don't even have to have it listed, when you sign up for a Facebook account they require you to use your phone number and even activate it that way to ensure it's not fake. Back when I was dealing I would screen every single one of my clients this way and over 80% of them could be found this way.
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:36:44 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37254 Ignore Report Quick Reply
reverse look up sites. Type the number, I use them for telemarketers, but you gotta dig if you want to for free. and even then some don't have results.


Accumulating the monies by Phoebe Billingworth - Tue, 13 Jan 2015 21:16:37 EST ID:6u7kr0sH No.37205 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What up /howto/. So I have a job, checking and savings account and all that. But what else can I do to assist in the cash flow? Stocks? Funds? I'm pretty illiterate on the finer points of these aspects of economics, so I don't even know what books I can or whatever to start making heads or tails of any of this.

In short, what makes (steady, regardless of amount) money if you want to sit on it for a while? Not looking for a get rich quick scheme, nor do I expect to have millions in a meager few years.
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 21:58:31 EST ID:AgAYIcNm No.37210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37206
Pretty much this. Bank interest rates are a joke, but if you play with stocks or e-currencies, you risk losing money.

Some treasury bonds have better interest rates, if you're willing to give up money now and get more money in the distant future.
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Eliza Sungerfod - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 15:53:33 EST ID:Xd9ceVw1 No.37215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37205

I had a medium yield brokerage account with Chase for about 6 years, if I ever lost money it wasn't even $1,000. Though I did invest $15k initially and put more and more over time. In the end before I liquidated it all I had made $25k profit, with a total of $63k.
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Phoebe Cammerwater - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 19:34:46 EST ID:zI9dwOXM No.37229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37205

There is always an element of risk, you should invest it in supermarkets or stores you frequent. that way whenever you go into the store you can asess how your stocks are doing by how up-kept the store is and if it is unkempt then you can press your concearns at a shareholder conference "i went into blah store and it looks run down, this makes me uncertain of my investment" etc.
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Reuben Nibberhatch - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 23:08:24 EST ID:jKCIS9H2 No.37232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here.

I know there's no easy, risk-free way to make money, hence why I mentioned stocks in the OP.

Thanks for the answers though, guys, much appreciated and it looks like investments and stocks are the way to go.

nb
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:32:05 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37252 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37205
Plan for your future, little by little. Get a book on Personal Financial Management.

1.Pay off consumer debt, make all monthly payments on time, keep a budget spreadsheet (find out how that is done).
2.Build a 3-6month emergency fund and keep it in interest bearing account.
3.401K, IRA, you can get those in tax deferred or pay the tax upfront. anything your work has which may include matching funds. Many places will match the first few % you contribute if you join their retirement program. That = free money! Work on maximizing you contribution to what is legal. (if you go over than look at step 6)
4.Own rather than rent your domicile. Mort interest is tax ded & the money you would put in rent goes into home equity.
5. Check your credit score each year with the big 3 credit agencies, they make a lot of mistakes on their info, plus you may see id theft before it gets out of hand.
6. Once you have these down you can look into investing. Your 401K &/or IRA use some of these techniques. But if you have maximized it is now time for you to invest in another way.

Investing requires more analysis. If you are young you can risk more, if you are old you may be looking to live off the earnings, withdrawing your investments. In which case you don't want to have risky investments. Higher risk means potential for greater gains but losses as well. If you are young you can take those. If you have retired you may not want to risk as much but still want to keep growth up above inflation. a more conservative approach is needed.

If you want a jumping off point, wiki the Rule of 72. It helps put things in perspective.

Personally I put this before #1; contribute to a charitable cause you deem as worthy. Karma has a strange way of working. You gotta water the root if you want to eat the fruit!
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Help me learn at work by Ernest Blackwill - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 23:53:27 EST ID:YX46OTUK No.37211 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I work in a stockroom and have earplugs in like 12 hours a day.
Usually listen to music but I've been thinking of trying to use that free thought time to learning things and stuff.
Are there any good say, podcasts or recorded lecture series that anyone recommends.
Anything on history and anthropology and space is really what I'm interested in but I"ll give anything a shot.
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Salty Hernistingway - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 04:38:04 EST ID:ZEGyIasH No.37212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd honestly recommend a series on any subject you're interested in by The Teaching company. They've got thousands of hours of recorded professors and leaders of fields giving lectures. Available for download through your favorite p2p network.
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Ebenezer Gadgewodging - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 19:21:31 EST ID:LHBBbAN6 No.37222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37211
I don't have much to say as far as sources for lectures.

But, I did work in industrial health for a number of years.

For the love of god, if your job requires you to wear earplugs, wear them.

You can probably get earbuds with an equivalent or greater NRR rating, don't just get any old earbuds.
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Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:07:25 EST ID:S30kwI/R No.37251 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37211
Definitely redeem the time if you can but not at the expense of safety. A good audiologist should be able to get you OSHA compliant ear buds. Don't get distracted with a fork lift tho. TTC is an exelent resource, Nightengale-Connant have some great series. Audio you can miss segments, then go back and re-listen with focused attention. You will retain more if you listen to the same one more than once. The problem with some learning programs is they ask you to take an action, or do something which you may not be able to do while you are working. Non-fiction audio books, history is great, and of course things like language/vocab programs. There are pay sites, p2p, and of course the library has stuff depending on your local.


Leaving by Reuben Pockhall - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 01:13:06 EST ID:e2eVZDXv No.36813 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I do it? Preferably while leaving as little of a trail as I can. I haven't done anything illegal or bad. I just feel like I want a new life. If that means becoming a roaming vagrant then so be it.

What do I pack?
Where do I go?
How do I survive?
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Reuben Pazzlefoot - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 14:05:59 EST ID:UnkbP/tA No.37182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP wants to be totally independent.

Asks the internet how to be independent.
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Matilda Pockfoot - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 00:50:59 EST ID:PDwaV5sL No.37209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37182
That's how you learn things jackass
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Thomas Sunkinbodging - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 22:14:06 EST ID:VLLvGt32 No.37225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36813
I have known some dead heads that some became successful professionals,
some wandering drunks, some like to move a lot.

I at a time tried to hide my life. In the end the things I have missed, missed out on, this is what I could have been. Finally being open to society and heading
it straight on to my abilities was/is far more easier even as uncomfortable
as it can be is much better.

Roaming the way I see it means ongoing hardship. Missing out on who you are.
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Ian Perringbury - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 10:21:39 EST ID:mLL+eKou No.37227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Collect Underpants
> ?
> Profit

Nuff said OP.

Think, deeply, why do you want to leave, where will you go, what will you encounter, what will you do, what will you need. Fucking prepare, then leave, you need supplies though. Back up, live as minimal as possible, never touch your back up money EVER. Don't trust anyone, but love everyone.
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Hugh Pabblekatch - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 22:32:57 EST ID:g8TgzPWd No.37246 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've been homeless before. If you're really gonna be homeless, it's essential to pack light. You can carry a big backpack, but you don't want to lug around a big duffle bag or something, it's kinda unwieldy and obnoxious to cart around everyday.

With that said, a small, simple tent would have been awesome when I was living on the street, something like this

http://www.target.com/p/rightline-gear-pop-up-tent-gray-orange-90-l-x-72-w-x-42-h/-/A-14484447?ref=tgt_adv_XSG10001&AFID=google_pla_df&LNM=14484447&CPNG=Sports&kpid=14484447&LID=14pgs&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=14484447&kpid=14484447&gclid=CjwKEAiAi52mBRDkq5bX0vq1-RQSJAAq_7IGaMkFXk-LpAUxWHEsc1VP2NemXSrS4DK1wS8is68JexoC__3w_wcB

essentials:
>pocket knife with can opener
>decent pair of shoes
>two pairs of nice jeans
>two pairs of short sleeve shirts
>two pairs of long sleeve shirts
>a shit load of socks
>scissors
>really big water bottle
>toenail clippers


Flipping items for cash by Graham Sennerchat - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 23:55:38 EST ID:ac2oFXG1 No.37176 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well I figure it's worth a shot. Does anyone here know how I can buy and sell and make a few dollars profit. I don't have a job right now and really want to find a way to make cash freelance. I live in a really small town so it looks like online sales is really going to be the only way to do it. Can I just buy stuff off craigslist/ the internet and see if it's selling for more on amazon and flip it? I read about people buying NES games in bulk and just selling the titles individually. I was thinking about buying my friends box full of NES games since I saw a lot of the titles he had on amazon. Any items this is really good for? Anyone here do anything like this?
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Rebecca Clamblehot - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 12:37:01 EST ID:K+10ciTv No.37177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just started thinking along the same lines.

I bought this real good jacket at an OP shop for 6 bucks, gonna flog it to a friend for 50. I figure if I keep doing shit like that I could make some decent cash.

Anyone have any tips on where to find cheap shit?
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Rebecca Clamblehot - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 13:13:29 EST ID:K+10ciTv No.37178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37177
As a corollary to this, any good tips for cleaning up clothing cheaply to increase the sell value?
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Hedda Pitthall - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 21:15:26 EST ID:UQfijyWG No.37186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37176
I have the same question, but lets say I have 10k to invest. How can I make this money more money and then that money more money. Buying a pound of weed is the last thing I want to try
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Alice Cindlebury - Sat, 24 Jan 2015 21:41:25 EST ID:QaalSlFd No.37238 Report Quick Reply
>>37186

Buy cheap shit on craigslist. Relist at a higher price. It works for cars, computers, electronics, clothes, all sorts of shit. There's a lot of legwork but if you want it to work, you'll find a way.


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