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Buying land and building a home by Matilda Bluvingcocke - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 20:53:39 EST ID:TxGFaVKy No.36885 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The title about summarizes it. I'm a single person with no family. I work at the dollar store.

I'd want a minimum of 5 acres, and a house that has running water and electricity. How to?
Reuben Chunderworth - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 22:41:03 EST ID:wnlzoEQ8 No.36886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, you could hire a realtor, for starters. And a lawyer. You need both of those.
CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 22:59:35 EST ID:rnjooLN4 No.36887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I work at the dollar store.
Chances are you can't fulfill all of your expectations, unless you've been living VERY frugally and have saved up lots of money from many years of work. Five acres of undeveloped land can be pretty cheap but it depends on your location of course. Building the house and putting in a well and septic system (assuming you'd have to move away from public water/sewer to find 5 acres of land) would comprise most of your costs and would usually require some permits, inspections, etc. I'm not an expert on the subject but I know certain US states place more restrictions and costs on new building and infrastructure construction than others. In fact, if you live in one of those costly states (you'll have to do lots of research) you might be better off buying a house/cabin/shack that's already been built.
Betsy Cricklehood - Sat, 06 Sep 2014 07:39:29 EST ID:QaDMenXL No.36893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
he could drill a well, which can be real cheap if the water table is very close to the surface, or expensive as fuck. again this depends on your area. theres really no way to make digging a giant hole and putting a spetic tank in it and running pipe though. heat could either be electric or get 100 gal tanks of liquid propane

also with out any sort net worth you wont really be able to qualify for a mortage with out a decent amount of money banked even with a great credit they really wont want to give you a loan thats going to be taking more then like 45% of your income as thats asking for you to default. this isnt set in stone and you may be able to get a no money down mortage but id expect your APR to be high as shit if thats the case.

if you really want to do this, you need to do some research first and then ask some more question. whats land typically cost in your area. figure out how small they are willing to let you build to fufill the requirements of your building permit*. whats your credit look like and how much money can you put down. researching this stuff should take you a good amount of time. i had to put my house search on hold, but i was dedicating like 1-2 hours a night. and you need to start researching what you can afford. dollars add up so if you are serious about this its time to start drinking water and stop buying weed.

land is classified as to what can be built on it and if you dont fufill those requirements they can force you to tear down. you cant just buy land from a farmer and build a house on it with out some legal shit going down. getting land reclassified can be easy, or a pain in the dick. this is totally dependent on your area and what you are willing to spend.

as i always do, ima mention that putting your house on wheels can circumvent alot of the building codes. ie, you can compost your poop instead of having to get a septic. you arent building a residence just parking a trailer there so you could keep it classified as a camp or green space or just something that doesnt require building permits. also isnt isnt necesarially a residence so building codes along with cert of ocupancy are not needed. just get your electrical service brought in and dig a…
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Ebenezer Cruvingledging - Sat, 06 Sep 2014 08:33:19 EST ID:8hULFHOC No.36894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watching thread, as I am interested in the same thing. Living is cheap, buying land is the hard part. In every Australian city the median house price is about $600k.

If I had land, I could easily afford everything else to be self sufficient. It the land has the right soil, I could build a house out of compressed earth. No need for electricians because I'd run everything of 12v/24v and solar power and use appliances for boats and caravans that run off 12v/24v. The only thing an outsider would need to do is the plumbing.
Lillian Sammerlit - Tue, 09 Sep 2014 08:25:08 EST ID:P1gZSf47 No.36913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thats a much larger pain in the ass then you'd think.

How to live by George Blushcocke - Tue, 10 Jun 2014 16:29:33 EST ID:7jAoDtYf No.36581 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Need confidence.
Need testosterone.
Need to become more of a man.
Need to get laid.
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Molly Braffingstone - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 17:15:27 EST ID:ApvHzNIY No.36727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Testosterone injections

Test won't kill you, in average body building doses heart problem research is patchy at best although for some other steroids heart damage is definitely there. Other side effects may include an increase in choloesterol (fixed with a good diet) higher blood pressure (you can handle it) balding (if you're predisposed) acne (for some not all) bitch tits (for some not all) and testicular atrophy or small balls (only for the duration of the testosterone cycle and can be prevented with a shot of HCG mid cycle)

test is pretty safe, although it wasn't really a serious suggestion
Basil Suffingson - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 02:29:02 EST ID:4TPz4Sht No.36734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Start working out, and talking to people with the mindset of just being friendly. When you find someone interesting, just hang out with them and see where it goes.

Don't be afraid to make moves, there's always someone else. Definitely.. DEFINITELY DON'T BE CLINGY.
Charles Hoffinghall - Fri, 01 Aug 2014 18:26:35 EST ID:gOoHxCKP No.36748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"If every instinct you have is wrong, the the opposite would have to be right."

Don't worry OP, they already made a show about this in the 90's, watch it for all of your confidence training.

Nigel Shittingfield - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 19:32:08 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Aw yeah, knew that was going to be Seinfeld before even clicking the link.
Not beardless - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 02:40:58 EST ID:3pC8FMi0 No.36895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Let me tell you as a man that was unable to grow a beard for 30 years and I constantly felt like less of a man for it (Don't even have sideburns). Now I have to shave daily. Shaving daily is literally the worst fucking thing ever.

>Wow I am so sad can't spend a shit ton of money on razors every month.

Dude it's a blessing more than a curse. Plenty of woman look for clean shaven men and so do employers.

permaculture/gardening by Phoebe Fonnertatch - Mon, 18 Aug 2014 05:09:42 EST ID:yGfRNLpZ No.36801 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I like gardening and working with plants, i fund it calminga and soothing so i want too deepen myself in it. I'm really happy i'm finding something that seriously interests me. So let's have a general gardening/permaculture thread
Ebenezer Grimforth - Mon, 18 Aug 2014 14:26:01 EST ID:B0TVfVR2 No.36802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
/crops/ bro
Nicholas Sippercocke - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 04:50:00 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Get Land
>Enrich soil naturally
>Plant shit
>Do creative shit
Walter Surringwudge - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 21:31:11 EST ID:YkkXIUin No.36811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
as i understand it, the key concepts in permaculture are

a) companion planting
b) resource management
c) multi-use everything.

check out this link, it's got a whole lecture series
Edward Drurrypeck - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 02:27:29 EST ID:YDYDFuT6 No.36883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
read on aquaponics
sum good shit

Getting started wit bitcoins by Oliver Billingworth - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 12:33:13 EST ID:lpQRHfFF No.36854 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I awful at this type of stuff. Can someone gie me a step by step to getting bitcoin and a wallet. I want to be as anonymous as possible.
Cyril Nommlestone - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 21:32:28 EST ID:wnlzoEQ8 No.36859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're like, 4 years too late. We're in the asic mining stage now so newbies are priced out.
Archie Dacklekune - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 11:04:20 EST ID:lpQRHfFF No.36866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
People still be using bitcoins on SR though ?

Surely there has to be some info jpeg or something? Nobody wanna help a brother out ?
CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 01:40:37 EST ID:Oqr/VBfM No.36871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I use bitcoin to order research chemicals. Basically, you just find a website that allows you to buy bitcoin and set up an account. If you want to be anonymous, try to buy your BTC with Vanilla Visa cards or something similar, but you might have to start off with a bank account.

Being Homeless by Sophie Sonningdod - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 12:14:31 EST ID:QbU8z9p2 No.36853 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can I get some tips and pointers to living out of a car or being homeless?

Situation got bad and I need some advice and guides.
Faggy Clanderdale - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 12:55:02 EST ID:NheOdmO0 No.36855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here is some guides, get camping gear, cooking stuff, check out /fo/ for bugout bags those might give you some good ideas of basic shit you will need.

Hope you have a big car like a van or something and not some shitty 2 door because that will be tough, try to look for odd-jobs along the way, check craigslist, earn a few bucks make a few contacts keep moving.

I would buy a giant bag of rice, for those hungry nights, canned meats for the nights you need proteins, you can stop at rest stops along the way, some have showers.

I remember watching a documentary about people who don't have homes and only travel in RV's/cars can't remember what it was though but it was fairly recent and had some British guy in it going around the US there are communities in the southwest sort of like hippie communes of travelers almost like gypsies.
CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 23:09:35 EST ID:Oqr/VBfM No.36862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think /vroom/ has a helpful thread or two on this topic.

I've done it before, not because I HAD to be homeless but because I wanted to try living in my car for a while. I had fun. Take no more than the essentials (cash and/or debit/credit card, basic car maintenance equipment, cooking and eating utensils, food, a thick sleeping bag, paper towels, a notebook, an electronic thingy that you can use to contact people, some drugs if you like that sort of thing). The less stuff you have, the simpler and more satisfying your life will be.

Like >>36855 said, If you don't already have a van, SUV, or pickup truck with some sort of bed cover, I recommend getting one. Sleeping in a sedan, coupe, hatchback, small station wagon, etc. is possible but pretty uncomfortable, and you'll be more visible to outsiders who may or may not want you to sleep in your car than if you had a van, SUV, or truck.

Rest stops, truck stops, and parking lots at Walmart and large shopping plazas are usually your best "urban camping" locations. Parks are hit-or-miss IME. You can also just park on the side of a quiet but well-populated residential street; it might feel risky at first but you won't raise suspicion if you keep it quiet and don't stick around for much longer than the time that you're asleep.

You probably won't get to shower very often, so take advantage of any shower you find.

FUCKING TALK TO PEOPLE. Talk to anyone you meet who seems the least bit interesting. Don't act like a pathetic homeless beggar who always wants something; just act like a decent human and you'll make some friends.

vocal lessons by Graham Dummerford - Fri, 01 Aug 2014 18:34:42 EST ID:h28Q6Tkh No.36749 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Was pretty bummed out to see http://noexcuselist.com/ doesn't have anything for vocal lessons. Youtube is all over the place, half the lessons I find seem good at first and then I realize after a video or two that it's really just warm ups for already experienced people.
Wondering if there's a good all-in-one source of information/tutorials for someone who has never sung in their life? I also can't tell just from hearing a note what pitch it is, so training the ears would be pretty key too.
Ebenezer Buzzforth - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 13:34:19 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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sing and play the piano at the same time, learn to read music, practice.
Eliza Blerringwere - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 05:50:18 EST ID:frK8BIPN No.36849 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm bumping this. Interested myself. I'm gonna start taking vocal lessons with my old guitar teacher.
Also I began this route too. Start taking piano lessons. I've been avoiding learning how to read because it is so tedious to get good at it. I do know how to read music, just I'm so fucking slow I don't consider myself able.
Eliza Blerringwere - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 05:51:49 EST ID:frK8BIPN No.36850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Molly Hindlesug - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 10:59:20 EST ID:N1XRAwDY No.36852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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There really is very little out there for complete beginners, and to be honest nothing I can think of that I would recommend. Everything I've ever come across seems to assume you can sing a bit or at least 'pitch' ie. be able to sing a note back accurately if it's sung to you or played on an instrument. To get to that point, I'd recommend investing in a cheap keyboard or guitar (obviously learn to tune it too!) and then practicing playing a note and sliding up and down in pitch with your voice until you find it. Then continue going up in pitch until it gets uncomfortable and/or down in pitch until it's uncomfortable. With practice you'll be able to hit the note with your voice more and more quickly and eventually you can just play random notes and sing them straight back.

I also recommend learning some simple scales and arpeggios as this will train your ear really well. Most singing exercises use the major scale and basic major arpeggios over one or two octaves, so it'll also help you get used to how those sound.

Once you can pitch you'll find the online stuff makes a lot more sense. In terms of courses then I recommend Kevin Richard's Breaking The Chains course and Vocal Fire warm up if you're into rock singing. Bought that recently and it's the best one I've come across. If you're more into pop/rnb/soul or anything else really then the 'AA Aproach' stuff by Eric Arceneux seems pretty good. Just got that course on Udemy and from what I can tell it's legit good stuff. Also Mark Baxter has some really cool stuff on Youtube, although I don't think he's got an online course, but he's got a great book and I hear his DVD is good too. Oh, and the pitching stuff I basically nicked off Ken Tamplin.

Background wise I've been singing in metal bands for 5-6 years and I've been teaching part time (2-3 lessons/week) for about a year. So I could be wrong but at least you know I'm not just making this shit up .

Pic related, your vocal folds basically look like Predator's pussy

Scuba Diving tutorials by Molly Hankinwell - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 14:54:02 EST ID:Dc3CIdrz No.36558 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi folks!

I am looking for a good youtube-channel or a nice Media-Rip of good diving-tutorials.
The full package, you know?

Something with good explaination and practical tips and lessons.

Anyone knows a good channel or source?
I would be very grateful!
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Doris Nattingchack - Mon, 09 Jun 2014 03:31:07 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You mean bendz
Frederick Mosslebone - Wed, 11 Jun 2014 17:49:53 EST ID:+eIAc2hw No.36588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude, just get PADI certified. Classes aren't that expensive, and your going to need the cert to dive just about anywhere in the world.
Molly Hankinwell - Fri, 13 Jun 2014 20:55:47 EST ID:bBK/UIHV No.36602 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I will start with GUE-lessons next week.

Just wanted to get in there somehow prepared.
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a good one.

Although it doesn't seem actal GUE.

But you should find more, when you follow the realted videos!
Eliza Blerringwere - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 06:49:53 EST ID:frK8BIPN No.36851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He's got a point. Unless you own your own boat. Other wise to dive off a charter boat or go on a diving boat you will need to be certified. It's honestly the most cake thing ever, diving that is. I never went through certification because my father owned a boat/had friends who had boats. Spear fishing is awesome. Just be weary of diving boats that drop you off groups of divers at different locations. Also exhale on the way up during an emergency so your longs don't pop.

HDD question by Lilith Kuraihime - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 17:53:36 EST ID:DUAvltT9 No.36844 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are External HDD's really just 2'5 Sata drives housed in a case with a USB cable? I was wondering if it were possible to take the actual disc itself and use as a normal drive for a PC or PS3 perhaps?
William Niggerhood - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 19:04:28 EST ID:c1Gygi3K No.36845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They used to all be regular 3,5 or 2,5 drives
now some has the circuitboard replaced with a usb only plug
Check carefully before you buy if you plan to transplant

programming by Simon Biffingham - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 00:17:21 EST ID:6VKyohkM No.36817 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do program, /howto/?

always been interested and want to learn something that actually betters myself and could possibly become a career/stable freelance. i've learned some html/css in the past but have no real experience with programming languages, so where should i begin? heard that python is an easy place to start at, also had another friend recommend i just start with c#. also what are good sites/tutorials to learn whatever language? thanks for any help
Martha Hublingwill - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 13:22:33 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Start by browsing /prog/ and doing stuff on a site like codecademy. Once you have an idea of what you want to program, dive into it. 80% of coding is googling anyway.

Shitty MS paint desk schematic by Porthos - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 05:40:27 EST ID:+CxqN8S0 No.36818 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well, the other day someone was asking help on how to construct a desk out of plywood. I drew this for him. Can't remember if he got it or not, though.

I mostly lurk here, so figured I'd throw this up.
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Wesley Huzzlestidge - Sun, 24 Aug 2014 01:08:28 EST ID:vxJIThVs No.36823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well why didn't you sand that shit down and give it a protective coat of varnish, then?
Charles Dacklestut - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 01:20:09 EST ID:P+muktel No.36827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dat shit is going to break in like a month without diagonals.
Porthos - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:29:45 EST ID:+CxqN8S0 No.36829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The square bracing is plenty of bracing. Unless you fuck up a lot and it's not square at all.
Porthos - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:36:27 EST ID:+CxqN8S0 No.36830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, and I should say that the one I built lasted for years with no wobble at all. I moved and that's the only reason I no longer have it.
Martha Hublingwill - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 13:17:54 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>no underdesk keyboard tray

Wait, what's the desk for anyway?

cool living by Phineas Cemmlewirk - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 23:35:05 EST ID:KvjZNwWE No.36774 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How does one go about building their own house in the forest or whatever?
Would it be smart to just go ahead?
Is there land I can buy somewhere?
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Nigger Nassledidge - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 12:51:49 EST ID:Dv+Eg3pM No.36780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36778 i kinda made it more daunting then it is tbh. theres alot of work to it but you can avoid some of the bull shit by placing your house on wheels.
William Dengerworth - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 20:38:05 EST ID:KvjZNwWE No.36782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't like the idea of those tiny house things, tbh. I wonder if I could pay taxes and shit for my place but have it be in a remote location that is pretty and otherwise pretty empty. Maybe buy out a forest next to a city and just settle in one part of it..idk. My ideal situation is to be able to get between that and my main place in an hour tops, in case of emergencies and so that after work I can crash there and have fun. Seems very hard, though.
Albert Wosslepot - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 00:03:29 EST ID:CwfebghB No.36783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
move to new york... seriously
Fucking Sodgepadging - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:14:33 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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there are plenty of counties in the us that don't have zoning, tiny houses are put on trailers and parked in towns that have building codes, but not all places do. other things to consider arre road access, water, other utilities, how far the fuck you're willing to go, etc. Lots of people in Alaska do this, but probably lots of people do it within 100 miles of you and you just don't see them off in the backwoods. check out landsofamerica.com for property listings, and remember that if it's next to public land then you have3 access to lots more space. enjoy! good luck! watch some youtube videos!
Nell Pellerlock - Sun, 24 Aug 2014 23:19:39 EST ID:plILD0LX No.36826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm homeless right now. In St. Louis after travelling for a bit and I might build a temp home. Im thinking I'll put up a wood frame and connect it with chain link fence, then cover that with tarp. I was thinking I'd do a few layers of cardboard under the chain link but I dont know if that'd bake me alive in summer or if it'd help much in Winter. Does anyone know if cardboard is a good insulator from heat? I'd rather not collect a bunch of cardboard just to find out it doesnt work, y'know?

possibly broken logilink midi to usb interface. need help with repair. by Caroline Congerkadge - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:31:04 EST ID:wGMGRWVi No.36785 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys. Got a logilink midi to usb interface...
It sucks and I wonder how I could open it with your help and see if it's broken. And if yes, how we could repair it.
Fucking Sodgepadging - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:57:55 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
there's a shit connection in that thing because it's made from shit materials and from a company that is in the business of producing bullshit, but you could pop the plastic cover off and re solder everything all the while upgrading components as you go along and that should probably do it, but next time spend a few extra dollars on quality audio gear the first time and you won't have to buy it again.
try a unit from roland or yamaha
Caroline Congerkadge - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 10:54:52 EST ID:wGMGRWVi No.36789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Followed your advice already.
Fuck Logi Link, bought me an approved adapter:
Xmidi 1x1 tab from emu
Martha Murdwill - Mon, 18 Aug 2014 01:28:53 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That a kid. I use an MAudio Uno, which I've had no problems with yet, after a year of use and accidental kinks/bumps.

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