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Whats your (realistically achievable) dream? Whats standing in the way? Your solution? by Nigel Sibberbick - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 22:20:33 EST ID:L9x3lDju No.515579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DREAM: My own home, and I mean OWN. Not with roommate(s). I just want to fucking masturbate in peace without fear of someone coming to bother me.

PREVENTING: Money, location. I make $11/hr ($1400 on a good month with overtime) and everything in my area is $1000/mo Minimum not including utilities.

SOLUTION: Guess I got to move elsewhere so I'm slowly saving money.


Ok now you comment on my shitty dream and post yours!
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Lydia Bardlock - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 23:05:32 EST ID:wcR9wfzO No.515582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You could definitely own your own home in the countryside, depending where it is. Where I live (rural Idaho), my nearly 600 sq. ft. apartment is only $426 with rent alone, and barely over that when it comes to utilities. My brother lives in the Puget Sound and he's jealous of me when it comes to that. A friend of mine from Seattle also commented on how large my apartment is. Some houses in the most rural parts are only $500 a month to rent. I'd live there, but I'm not enough of a recluse yet. Plus, houses attract more people trying to break in and steal your stuff in order to pay for their meth habit.

My dream is to access the astral realm whenever I want to. I feel that it is the key to spiritual advancement. It is very real; I've been there many times, but almost never when I want to. It seems that what prevents you from doing it is when you either think that you can't, or you are too distracted by conscious thoughts. Drugs and alcohol also get in the way (I've given up the latter, and almost given up the former). Sleep paralysis and hypnagogic visuals happen to me far more often now, but I still can't seem to Astral project at will.

I just fucking love it because it actually gives me meaning to life, and to explore your subconscious visually is the best thing ever to me. If it wasn't for that, I'd have little to live for. I otherwise live a boring life.
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Cornelius Mettingbury - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 17:35:38 EST ID:v6aYFwc/ No.515668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Dream: Own an automated agricultural system, so I can generate wealth while at the same time being able to have freedom in terms of time.

Preventing: Being part of the new underclass that is becoming more reliant on social welfare state. Lack of skills required. No/low income. No land. No practical experience. Agriculture is an undervalued in terms of profit.

Solution: Save every cent. Learn required skills, even if theoretical . Have a projection in a time period of years.
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Fucking Sudgemotch - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 00:45:41 EST ID:wcR9wfzO No.515677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515668

That is actually not a terrible idea, but that would require a lot of capital and it would be by no means failsafe. If you had a system that harvested foods that were less common, and thus in higher demand, you wouldn't have to have much land or investment and as such it might succeed better.
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Simon Fuckingbanks - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 04:11:29 EST ID:HVLVBb2N No.515681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Dream: Become a real life dickgirl

Preventing: Time, money

Solution: More time mostly. On hormones and medicaid is paying for everything
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Sophie Fiffinglan - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 06:12:04 EST ID:KjqiuEi9 No.515683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DREAM:
I honestly just want to inherit my grandmothers properties. I would like a condo in Montreal and a nice anonymous country house somewhere in Quebec. I also would like a villa in Venice,Italy where I would spend time and maybe a place in Uruguay. I also would like to paint and create video concepts. I would not want to be really famous or well known just anonymous. I also really like cars;right now I would have a new Volvo,an E-Golf a Ferrari 488 GTB and a blue Ferrari Testarossa. I also remember smoking a lot of grass, I would really like to have a nice little grow OP.
Also I would also like to transition into a hot librarian type tranny.

I used to be a nice,quiet,non-violent kid.

PREVENTING:
Money,Family,Criminal Record,Drinking Problem,Borderline Personality Disorder, Stress, Location. I'm making $11.25 an hour at a restaurant I can't get enough hours at. I'm stressed out all the time, I'm on probation. My family hates me because I had a psychotic fuck up phase. I also spend 1/3 of my income on alcohol. I also have a pretty shitty porn habit, just edgy nonsense for the sake of being edgy. Also my grandmother isn't going to will me the property it's going to my mom and my aunt.

SOLUTION:
I need to keep my shitty job and save more money. I really need to go to rehab or get into Yoga. I should also stop shit posting on other imageboards and forsake pornography altogether. Transcendentalism is probably the best solution to my problems. I'm internalizing all the evil of this post-modern Babylon and acting out. If I can do this I don't need to inherit anything.

Even if I don't attain my sleepy little idealized Bohemian Lifestyle and I can just attain peace of mind again I can die happy.
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Simon Goblingwitch - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 07:25:41 EST ID:Sl05gym2 No.515684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515677

It would cost a lot. Though no more than the average private house in my area.
Food wise, it would have to be niche foods, such as certain fruits. That, or herbs and make medicinal products out of them.

Agriculture is turning into an automated sector. So better get started now. Only, its totally automated and your in. Then no more underclass, unless the allotment get swallowed up. Which seems to be the trend as well.

Enough of that. Just need to start pushing for it.
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Hamilton Hoddlefark - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 07:30:33 EST ID:w+XXs7My No.515685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>515684
The automated farm idea is pretty nice I have a similar idea though mostly for my personal needs.
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Simon Goblingwitch - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 07:37:10 EST ID:Sl05gym2 No.515686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515683

I see your preventions as a possible solution.
Use your dark aspects (BPS) to get yourself on that will. Your family will hate you a lot more. Just be more sinister and scheming. Find a way to remove them from the will and get directly on it.

After you got your estates, then you can deal with all your shit. In your new abode of course.

Just look into ways of dealing with your nervousness. There has never been a schemer who's edgy as fuck that comes up on top.

Give up the drink. When there is bigger gains to be made, alcohol is just insignificant. When your in the Grandmother's cottage and the family hates you for meddling with the will, you can drink your cares away.....and possible the property as well.
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Hamilton Hoddlefark - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:00:16 EST ID:w+XXs7My No.515687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>515686
>Your family will hate you a lot more. Just be more sinister and scheming. Find a way to remove them from the will and get directly on it. After you got your estates, then you can deal with all your shit. In your new abode of course.

I don't need the estate money. Though I could systematically kill them she has cancer so she's going to die eventually. I could easily kill the other heirs.
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Simon Goblingwitch - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:03:11 EST ID:Sl05gym2 No.515688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515685

Personal needs can be down with your personal hands. Better to get some milk and honey if you are going to do this. With all the trouble that you have to out into it. Automating requires a tonne of skills and knowledge.
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Simon Goblingwitch - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:06:20 EST ID:Sl05gym2 No.515689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515687

Nah man, don't just kill them. Too much to deal with them. Better to figure a way to oust them from the will without the blood on the hands.

On 11 bucks a hour. Yes you do need that $cin-cing$.
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Hamilton Hoddlefark - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:08:31 EST ID:w+XXs7My No.515690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>515687
Okay that came off as crazy. Because it is
Truth be told I don't need an inheritance.
My Grandmother has cancer.
I could kill the rest of my family.
I'm not trying to be that person.
I like nice things because I'm a nice person.
I could work hard and mortgage myself to the same end.

I can finance the Real Estate and the Cars. If I work for it I can keep them too.
Killing my family for this type of shit isn't worth it. My Dad is a traitorous snake and so are a few of my other family members. I don't care about money; that's the only reason I would kill them.
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Hamilton Hoddlefark - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:17:02 EST ID:w+XXs7My No.515692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>515689
I do need that $cing-cing$.
But I'm the crazy criminal.
They're not.
What is the Rosebud cheat.
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Angus Sidgefuck - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 09:52:42 EST ID:kAEKpfyQ No.515694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dream: Become UFC champion and use my publicity to fight on the front lines of the consciousness wars

Preventing: Horribly depressed and out of shape with avoidant personality disorder that keeps me completely isolated and miserable. Never been in a fight or trained MMA. Have bad internet addiction which enables the avoidance. General severe lack of self control and discipline.

Solution: Going to ride across the US on a bike to gain some basic conditioning, stopping in at MMA gyms to spar along the way. Won't bring anything able to connect to the internet. Will force myself to get better at talking to people in a format that will allow me to just move on if I do something embarrassing so I won't fixate on it as much hopefully. Once in California I will join a gym and start training full time and competing.

Even if I don't become successful I hope I will at least learn some discipline and mental toughness. That's the main thing I need to succeed in life that I'm currently lacking. There won't be anything else for me to do on this trip but go forward so it will be easier for me to force myself to get in shape. I'm not good at social maneuvering and hate the dishonesty involved in becoming a successful capitalist so when I look at my future going that route I become disheartened and unmotivated. This is a way to earn a living that depends completely upon one's hard work without relying on the whims of the market or a million other factors outside of one's control and only admirable qualities are needed to succeed. The potential rewards are immense as I not only gain money but fame which is necessary if you want to have any influence on society at large. It also will hopefully allow me to get over the feelings of low self esteem which hold me back from getting close to people which is an even larger desire for me than any of this. I honestly think it's something I have the potential to do, and even if I don't, people still need something to do. Striving for something is more important than achieving it. I leave next week.
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Phyllis Clettingstun - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 12:46:33 EST ID:rRMr7xq2 No.515696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dream: Become a paid photographer, drive another sports car (I used to own one, but I spent the money on coke and whores), and make a profit from a travel blog.

Problem: Major anxiety around others, from spending a $1 million inheritance in 3 years, in multiple major cities. Also now I live in the country and collect disability, financial aid grants for online college, and my family hates me, and vice versa.

Solution: Yoga, invest the excess funds into camera equipment, and facing my fears of other people.
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Hamilton Hoddlefark - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 12:54:35 EST ID:w+XXs7My No.515698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>515696
You sound like me but worse. I have ideas on how I could blow a million in three years but I don't think I could actually do that.

You're a real piece of shit I can tell.
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Albert Backlenane - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 13:22:11 EST ID:OjrqQUwk No.515700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
DREAM: Being a standup comedian / working in the comedy business in general

PREVENTING: My own damn self using college/work as an excuse to not start going to open mics and expand past improv/start writing jokes more

SOLUTION: Stop bein a little bitch and jump into it. My summer starts in 2 weeks so I will have more time to do it too
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Albert Backlenane - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 13:33:21 EST ID:OjrqQUwk No.515701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515694
You listen to Joe Rogan's podcast, huh?
Hope you make the change man, not gonna lie its statistically really unlikely you'll ever get anywhere in competitive UFC but that doesn't mean it wont help your life tremendously to do all that shit you outlined. Good for you, better yourself dog
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Esther Packleman - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 15:33:50 EST ID:aVGW1onZ No.515705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515683
I just want to masturbate in peace.
I also want to stop masturbating to edgy nonsense.
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Henry Gibblechine - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 15:46:24 EST ID:pCPQRsXK No.515706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515579
Home, college

Obstacles: money, community, family

Boons: family, community, past college, internet

Have had college have had jobs, jobs I have had have been run by people so overzealous I have no time for study or anything else. Puts strain on family for the little time I try to focus alone. Most employers have hired me part time which is what I ask but they try to get full time labor usually through overzealous thinking or ignorance to the hours they have given. Usually people come in and act a certain way they think they look like and are expected to act highly jarring for any workplace. It assumes things are going a certain way to I guess substitute actual surveying or supervision. It's a lot like a version of my old teachers. This community and it doesn't work as a chain of command because you can't correct them without them coming up with another alternative as the "idea" people. You have to be very stern and thick skinned just to get what you came in as much less a promotion.

On the other hand if I can get a job and a hiome and be an independents state will fund the completion of my college that is five years in. And my family is also supportive. Number one obstacle isn't really the people or money it's an understanding being honored or even understood because people are actually quite hostile and certain even when they have a fact wrong that throws of there surmisal.
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Nell Grimgold - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 16:38:52 EST ID:583UPQsG No.515708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
DREAM: becoming a revolutionary fighter in the YPG

PREVENTING: family ties, possible lack of training in my nations mlitary if I don't get accepted

SOLUTION: not tell my famalam and get training
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Lillian Fegglebid - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 16:42:32 EST ID:UjNuOR6B No.515709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515579
DREAM: Moving to the UK to be with my loves post-graduation with a high-tier degree

PREVENTING: Remaining 2 years of degree, VISA, moving

SOLUTION: Do what I have been doing
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Martin Chandledare - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 17:25:15 EST ID:jTH/f2bF No.515710 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>515708
Why the YPG? They're an interesting group. But why travel to the Middle East to fight somebody else's war?

>>515709
Why Britain? Europa has fallen my friend as much as I would love to live there I wont. The only places worth living in are the PIGS, Poland and maybe the Baltic States.
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Polly Sollerlick - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 23:55:23 EST ID:Ps7vhoAq No.515715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>DREAM: To be freed from myself. I guess making music as an outlet because nothing else suffices to even stem my own mind from churning.

>PREVENTING: The unknown of being dead. Otherwise, I'd probably kill myself if I knew what happened. Making music is just an endless cycle and a really cheap and far less lethal version of escapism.

SOLUTION: Smoke PCP and start punching shit and shouting in a made up language until someone shoots me... repeatedly. Or keep making music until I die homeless so that I don't end up banging heroin for 4 months and dying of OD or sepsis or some other terrible death.
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Wesley Lightshit - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 00:29:59 EST ID:HVLVBb2N No.515716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515715
But death isn't unknown, remember the time before you were born?
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Matilda Claylock - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 01:51:49 EST ID:CfonqoA0 No.515720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dream:

Make a living doing something I enjoy.

Preventing:

Don't know what I enjoy.

Kinda kidding, I like alot of shit, but devoting my life to a set of skills is a biggie. Not sure if there's anything out there that I wont get sick of.

Solution:

Find something I can spend the rest of my life doing, work in that industry for a couple years, start putting together a business plan to work for myself.
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Alice Gurringhood - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 12:16:46 EST ID:tldOIKN9 No.515728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515710
>Why the YPG? They're an interesting group. But why travel to the Middle East to fight somebody else's war?
My mother is kurdish, I grew up with awful stories of kurds under the rule of Saddam. Not only am I kurdish but I'm also a socialist. It's a mix of ethnic, moral and political motivation. This is not some conflict long a way that has no meaning for me. I also despise the narcissistic lifestyles in the west, how most people have an opinion about everything despite being very ignorant and pretentious, how people live absolute meaningless lives in their isolated bubbles, how people motivate their bodies with caffiene just to get through the week so they can drink at the weekend. I don't want to spend my life working 9-5 for 50 years, even if I graduate university. I'm very cynical to the aspect of marriage and kids.
I figure we're all going to die anyway, so I can only recite Muhammad Ali's Attica Prison poem and hope I can do something selfless and kind with my life. Everybody is afraid of dying on an instinctive level, but dying for something seems way more rational than living a lie and being unhappy. It's not about the war itself, I'd go still even if it meant rebuilding the war-damage.
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Martin Tillingwell - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 17:56:23 EST ID:PDdE4MZF No.515741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>515728
That's a pretty good justification.
Be careful anon.


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