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My travels as a vagabond by James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 20:07:02 EST ID:ETnhZld3 No.33061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ok so I made a post a few months back talking about a trip I've been planning around the world on practically no money.

Well I'm doing it! I'm in Venice Italy right now. I arrived super late and ended up just dropping 20 euro on a hostel because I've been hitchiking for 5 days and was to tired to hunt down a squat in the dark.

I've been couch surfing and wwoofing as well as busking some street art. I make those outer space scense with spray paint that the tourists fucking love. On a good day I make like 20 euro. Even on my worst day I make 5-10 euro ( i keep writing euro because my pc dosent have a euro button because it was made in murica and im to lazy to look up the ascii code.)

Ive met tons of cool people from various walks of life.

The other night I pitched my tent in a traffic circle on the highway that had a lot of bushes. I got bored and wandered to the gas station where i met some homeless chick who was waiting for a ride and we hung out and she shared this huge ball of hash with me, i gifted her with a painting.

I'll write more detailed adventures and post cooler pics in the future. But right now i have to take my first shower and a shave in a week. I look like shit.


Pic is me and some distraught locals who hosted me for a week.
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Ghengis Dong - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 22:50:39 EST ID:6I5qyjl7 No.33062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What a weird looking group of mothafuckas!

Good on you for pursuing that shit.

Leave updates mane, I wish this board had more actual travel logs
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Charlotte Subberchod - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 00:09:27 EST ID:Xwuhb6h4 No.33063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33061
This makes me want to hit the road in one of my "homeless" escapades. Except the winter cold makes family hospitality too comfortable to leave
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 10:17:57 EST ID:edu101Ad No.33067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like fun, OP.

>>33063
When you say "hit the road" do you mean "go driving" or "go hitchhiking"? In the first case, get a thicker sleeping bag and you'll have just as much fun as you would in warmer months. In the second case, fuck that unless you plan on going south fast.
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Hedda Sozzletere - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 21:06:04 EST ID:NsugochZ No.33083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>I envy faggots like you
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Fri, 27 Nov 2015 19:26:45 EST ID:ULE2wo9/ No.33109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ok guys sorry for the long content gap.

I've been traveling all over northern Italy, speaking my terrible and broken American accented Italian.

One thing I'll say about Italy is that the internet sucks balls. Most people still have DSL if any thing and if they live in even a slightly rural place its satellite. Thats if they even have internet at all.
Even when some one has the internet they either have a connection slower than 5mps or it's capped at a certain data limit. Sort of like buying minutes on a cell phone in the 1990s.

I finally have a moment alone to use the internet and browse 420 for the first time in months with a semi decent internet connection.
So of course that means immediately after making this post im going to watch as much pornography as my computer can handle.

So the update and my story so far.

I bummed around Milan a bit and few other towns near buy doing couch surfing, woofing and busking my art on the streets (which has improved alot since I've started my trip.)
I met tons of cool peoples and even made out with a 19 y/o.

I came to Venice for a wwoofing job via hitching (the main way I get around this country when not riding black on public transport*) but hitching in north italy is hard. It's not common even in the least (people tell me it's better in the south, but I haven't been yet). So I arrived a week late to my job and they didn't want me any more.

I then wandered around Venice for a day broke, hungry and tired.
In my wanders I heard a strong Bostonian accent coming from a restaurant promoter. The dude was like 45 and walked me to a hot meal and bed at a place callec "Youth Venice Palace".

Those are the 3 worst words I've come to know in my entire life.
It's run by this 50 y/o Persian dude who's an ex punk, who's a fucking mad man who we will call Nino.... because that's his name.

Sounds cool right?

You walk in the door and it's full of art and eclectic bullshit to lure you into the trap of slavery that awaits.
He's like your cool uncle who smokes pot and is liberal.....but did way to many extreme drugs too often in his youth and has a brain like a fried egg.


He then trucks us up to a fucking mountain where he bought a €125,000 house that's about a 30 min bus ride from any place any one wants to actually be.

Before buying it he saw it once in the dark and there was no electricity.
It's been sitting abandoned for 10 years, and it shows.

I've worked for a month for Nino up on Mt. fucking doom. He doesn't pay us, but we get weekends off in Venice and a place to stay.

At first I was desperate for the 3 hots and a cot. But he makes us work like rented dogs, then calls us on our days off to run errands in Venice (which interrupts my busking). He then gets us in debts. Usually for needing euros for busking supplies or food on the weekends.

I'm attempting to separate my self from this but there's not many places to squat in Venice in the Winter where you won't freeze.

But outside the indentured servitude I currently live, Venice is great.
Especially if you have money.
In fact come here and buy some of my art so I don't starve. I'm the Jewish looking kid selling paintings of space scenes and begging for pennies with the tall Lithuanian drummer and the short ass metal head Australian who plays a tiny guitar. You'll see around.


AMA




*Riding black means to ride with out any tickets, which I've been doing all over Italy. Usually at night the water bus in Venice they dont give any fucks but a friend of mine got a €65 fine for doing it. I only got away because I pretended to be from Mexico and had no passport, despite being a Jewey jewerson looking mother fucker with an American accent which netted me no fine. The Bonus though is that you can say you're any one from any where if you claim to have no documents or ID and they still write the ticket which goes to no one and no where.
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Archie Cevingchire - Fri, 27 Nov 2015 23:58:06 EST ID:xEiLLfmx No.33110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33109

Sounds very human.

>I envy you somewhat.
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Caroline Gerringbanks - Sat, 28 Nov 2015 21:48:40 EST ID:D4aN5aJL No.33111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33109
Ok, so now what.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Sun, 29 Nov 2015 13:00:19 EST ID:fFpkGKTB No.33114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33111
Im staying in venice for the time being. doing busking and odd jobs.
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Adam - Sun, 29 Nov 2015 18:45:53 EST ID:uZoKEBVw No.33115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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what is busking? _._
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Angus Mullyson - Mon, 30 Nov 2015 00:40:54 EST ID:BBKIMu/C No.33117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33115

its begging for change on the street like a bum, while doing something entertaining like playing an instrument, so people abuse you less than if you just sat there
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 30 Nov 2015 13:53:42 EST ID:KbcJAS8O No.33119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33115
Except I'm doing painting.
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Thomas Cerryhidging - Mon, 30 Nov 2015 14:50:00 EST ID:ePTGylp2 No.33120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33119

Oh hey it's you. How's your equipment working out? I was the guy that rattled off a list of recommended items back when you were asking what stuff to bring.
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Beatrice Fallylodging - Tue, 01 Dec 2015 01:41:00 EST ID:WoeUYYzt No.33121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33119

>doing something entertaining
>ACKCHTUALLY IM PAINTING

ok i guess art is not a form of entertainment
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Tue, 01 Dec 2015 06:27:08 EST ID:KbcJAS8O No.33123 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33121
Dam straight.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Tue, 01 Dec 2015 19:32:29 EST ID:KbcJAS8O No.33126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33120
Most of it works out great.
I just wish i got better shoes and a bigger pack. I ended up bringing too much stuff and leaving some things behind as I travel.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 14:15:11 EST ID:2vgtvRMK No.33160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So i got in a huge argument with my pudding brained boss, he finally realized how much he's fucked me over. So he hooked me up with a free apartment in a bar. Well its sort of free, i have to clean the bar in the evenings but i also get paid €10 a day and only jave to work a few hours in the evening and not even every day.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 08:58:13 EST ID:Zmm7cA3f No.33196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Now i live in an abandoned hospital on an island close to venice. Its warm, we eat well and have fun. Busking in venice is a constant game of running from police.

Having the time of my life
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 13:55:31 EST ID:I3GeC4zn No.33199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33196
Good to see you're not huffing the paint.
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William Niggerville - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 17:19:38 EST ID:dLv09GXP No.33202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33199
or horse glue. OP, is a traveling hobo.
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Henry Mevingbore - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 22:24:12 EST ID:+loOdG0l No.33203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33196

God damn I envy you.
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Henry Turveyham - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 01:05:22 EST ID:Ijs2Kkof No.33204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33196
That sounds fucking awesome. Good on you, OP.
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Reuben Lightworth - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 01:43:18 EST ID:tAxmvMde No.33206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you actually making a bit of cash doing this?
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Wed, 23 Dec 2015 13:01:43 EST ID:0EwjLw+m No.33219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33206
yeah I do!

After learning the best days to busk and the rhythm of police and their patrols I've ended up making quite a bit of money.

Fridays are the best, I make nearly €50 a day on fridays not including what i spend on food and cigs.

But most of the rest of the days we make like 15-20 at most.

The biggest caveat of that is the police.

Even on a really good day the police are real hard asses on buskers and can really fuck up your game. I had a cop come up and try to arrest me in the middle of selling a painting and I just ran away leaving all my shit behind (it was just paints and paintings). But other than that one attempted arrest ive had little problems with the police.

My current housing is a huge complex of abandoned buildings near venice that I squat with about 12 other people. Mostly chill ass african refugees.

I got invited to lithuania for chrismas but it'd bankrupt me to travel there then back to italy. So Im staying here till new year (got invited to like 12 parties) then heading to probably sicaly till feburary when I'll return to Venice for Carnival to make a huge sum busking. Then after that Im going to parts unknown.
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Simon Smallbury - Sat, 26 Dec 2015 04:28:29 EST ID:4cJ1fBEJ No.33225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've done this too OP, twice, and both experiences greatly shaped who I am today. The first time I hitch-hiked from Norway to Spain, leaving my home country with nothing but a €5er, some clothes and my fiddle. The second time (again with no money) I hitched from Finland (through Estonia) to Spain, and then back into Switzerland, then back into Spain.

Both times I survived by hitch-hiking, sleeping outside, squatting, couchsurfing, stealing, busking with the fiddle for money, etc. Immensely difficult at times but overall two amazing experiences that changed my life for the better. Where are you from?
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Simon Smallbury - Sat, 26 Dec 2015 04:30:37 EST ID:4cJ1fBEJ No.33226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33225
Also isn't it fuckin' fantastic how easily we can do this shit in Europe? Like I had a few dodgy encounters, but never anything too scary or life-threatening, I love how safe this continent is. I'd love to do the same thing in the ol' US of A one day but many Americans have advised me that it would be a very bad idea.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Sun, 27 Dec 2015 06:40:50 EST ID:t0Kn4qrU No.33230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33226
Im from Florida. Its pretty easy and relativity safe to hitch in the us if you're a citizen. But it can be dangerous for foreign people because alone of people in the us are xenophobic (not all though) and if you are there illegally avoid the police like the plague. Busking is semi difficult in the us. Im in venice still. Come team up with me /have hobosexual relations with me.
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Doris Drepperstug - Sun, 27 Dec 2015 13:20:32 EST ID:Ijs2Kkof No.33231 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33230
>it can be dangerous for foreign people

The tragic tale of Hitchbot:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/hitchbot-destroyed-philadelphia_55bf24cde4b0b23e3ce32a67
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Beatrice Bindlenark - Mon, 28 Dec 2015 11:01:57 EST ID:RzeXjE2I No.33233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33231

You do know that whole thing was a scam, right? Hitchbot was never destroyed, it was a setup by some unfunny philadelphia comedian desperate for youtube likes.
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William Chubblemotch - Mon, 28 Dec 2015 23:05:41 EST ID:6rBlQXxE No.33236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33230
>But it can be dangerous for foreign people because alone of people in the us are xenophobic
Only of people that have suspicious beards and olive-brown skin. Americans love white tourists though.
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Phoebe Sabblecocke - Sat, 02 Jan 2016 16:21:11 EST ID:/0w+iumm No.33250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've never hitch hiked because you just get homo truckers who pick you up judging from what everybody I met told me. What you do is you save enough money to get to Europe, from there you can take dirt cheap plane fare to almost anywhere else in Europe/Asia. Dirt cheap as in EasyJet to Greece or Spain for 20 GBP on standby flights.

My friends all bummed their way through Europe by working in bars. UK will hire anybody to pour beer and you just save the money. They got these jobs by wandering in, asked if any P/T help was needed in the kitchen, then one day the bartender doesn't show up and you become the bartender.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 09:11:20 EST ID:w/nSrou2 No.33263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I just took a bit of acid an hour ago and now im busking. Im in Bolivia italy. My travel partner makes Jewelry and we randomly meet someone he knew really well who is also a busker. Now im sitting with all these chill ass buskers selling paintings and jewelry while i trip a few balls.

Im sitting at the base of the fucking two towers from lord of the rings. One tower leans at like a 25 degree angle.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 09:12:24 EST ID:w/nSrou2 No.33264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33263
Bologna italy*
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 08:27:37 EST ID:LeNsf0bI No.33270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33263
I split company last night with my traveling partner after he essentually drunkenly gave me a break up speech because i didnt have any money and i dont have any traveling experience. Then i got beat up in the park.
Fuck.
But then i went to a traveling circus to ask for first aid and they took me in last night. Tonight im staying in a new friends house.
And tomorrow imgoing to go to Sicily
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Zhim - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 21:08:35 EST ID:UlHhcRaM No.33274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33270

Damn dude that switched up on you real fast. Hey you've got a plan no sounds like a positive attitude though! These things always find a way of working themselves out for the best, here's to hoping for a successful trip to Sicaly!
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Faggy Chupperdale - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 21:28:37 EST ID:0ez52cux No.33275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33270

Sending you all my best wishes, hope shit gets back on track. Seems like getting roughed up a little is only a minor downside to an otherwise great sounding journey.

If I could get out to italy I'd totally come buy one of your paintings
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Frederick Hommerwell - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 03:13:55 EST ID:D48tpqKU No.33278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33263

>One tower leans at like a 25 degree angle

Dem Italians brah I tell you, even their buildings are sleazy
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 04:30:02 EST ID:YECU/18k No.33303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So i ended up going to Florence instead where i stayed in a "squat/occupation zone". It had water and electricity. The main focus of the place was art. We had a huge party where we had tons of artist including myself paint the whole inside with crazy awesome shit.
I met a cool chuck and finally got laid in Europe.
We were supposed to meet today and travel together for a bit but she never showed up. I hope it was my monster cock that scared her away and just my personality.
Damn.
Well im broke and out of paint now, so im waiting on a train to take me to some friends house in the north to be hosted for a bit. Hopefully i can sell some paintings or borrow some cash from someone to get more paint for carnival.


I wrote the above last night and couldn't post it due ti weird web filters.

I traveled from Florence to varese with no ticket l. A little over 300km. I had no problems until the very end when on super hard ass ticket controller kicked me out a few stops from my destination. I managed to catch the next train tho ug if like an hour later. It was empty, which is sort of creepy.
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Hedda Clagglesedging - Wed, 13 Jan 2016 00:22:39 EST ID:Ijs2Kkof No.33305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is one epic thread for an epic journey.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Wed, 13 Jan 2016 08:27:44 EST ID:YECU/18k No.33307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33305
Idk if it breaks the rules here but id be willing to sell some paintings here if it won't get me banned for listing contact info.

If its cool with the mods and any one is willing to pony up the cash (the price of the painting and shipping costs ) ill sell all y'all mawfawkas a painting.
the money will in no way go to feed my crippling air horn huffing addiction
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eric godson - Wed, 13 Jan 2016 18:19:21 EST ID:sK9Jet47 No.33308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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very cool, heading to florence in a week for a bout 8 days , any chances of scoring some bud? even a single joint down there would be fanastic
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 04:34:54 EST ID:YECU/18k No.33310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33308
Yes there is. But its hard to give any specific contacts. Just look around near the university or city center. Theres a few squats too but they won't sell you weed. But if you ask to come in and chill they'll eventually smoke you out.

How long are you in italy for? Im in varese for a few more weeks then heading ro venice on like the 28th. We can meet up an smoke a fatty.
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eric godson - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 16:58:23 EST ID:sK9Jet47 No.33313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33310
that sounds great; i am leaving on the 29th i believe short trip but who knows, will be in Florence the whole time... may take train up for day trip to Rome, never been to Europe so im in for a treat
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 17:49:42 EST ID:BTdds8jG No.33314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33313
Lets keep each other updated
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 17:55:05 EST ID:BTdds8jG No.33315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33314
Because im going to Venice on the 28th. Sounds lame but im broke right now. If you can pay my train ticket ill come down. Besides i got some cool friends there i want to visit
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EnviousLittleBitch !wbGYbyfKq6 - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 19:52:22 EST ID:RafjMhn0 No.33318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33303
>I split company last night with my traveling partner after he essentually drunkenly gave me a break up speech because i didnt have any money and i dont have any traveling experience. Then i got beat up in the park.
>Fuck.
>But then i went to a traveling circus to ask for first aid and they took me in last night. >Tonight im staying in a new friends house.
>And tomorrow imgoing to go to Sicily

>So i ended up going to Florence instead where i stayed in a "squat/occupation zone". It had water and electricity. The main focus of the place was art. We had a huge party where we had tons of artist including myself paint the whole inside with crazy awesome shit.
>I met a cool chuck and finally got laid in Europe.
>We were supposed to meet today and travel together for a bit but she never showed up. I hope it was my monster cock that scared her away and just my personality.
>Damn.
>Well im broke and out of paint now, so im waiting on a train to take me to some friends house in the north to be hosted for a bit. Hopefully i can sell some paintings or borrow some cash from someone to get more paint for carnival.


>I wrote the above last night and couldn't post it due ti weird web filters.

>I traveled from Florence to varese with no ticket l. A little over 300km. I had no problems until the very end when on super hard ass ticket controller kicked me out a few stops from my destination. I managed to catch the next train tho ug if like an hour later. It was empty, which is sort of creepy.

Holy Shit.
I still Envy You,because I can't do that shit
Why don't you get a kickstarter or some shit going?
I'd definitely fund you at least $5.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Fri, 15 Jan 2016 04:20:19 EST ID:BTdds8jG No.33321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33318
I had ine and no one donated so i closed it. If you guys want to donate id consider 're opening it. Actually i had a "gofundme" page. Its kickstarter with even less obligation to fulfill donator perks.
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Molly Blaffingnire - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 15:46:44 EST ID:Rw4XiPDD No.33332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33321
Id give a little, I dont have alot.
But if you promote it right you can make a ton.

>watch out for the Italian Tax Authorities
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 19:10:20 EST ID:schdz40z No.33338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ok ill have a gofundme page up soon because i need the money. Just a heads up, ill have detonator perks but nothing crazy extreme. Like maybe personal video greetings (like how fiver works) or ill send you a postcard or something. Sound good?
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 19:18:10 EST ID:schdz40z No.33339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dont think this technicaly breaks personal contact info rules. But if it does then mods feel free to delete my post. But heres my Facebook blog.
https://m.facebook.com/Fightmastersguidetothegalaxy/
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 09:42:26 EST ID:schdz40z No.33353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Currently im chilling at some good friends house in Varese. Im broke so there isn't a whole lot to do here. Im just relaxing and waiting till carnival with sone occasional busking. Im really luck it hasn't snowed much while ive been in italy, I hate the snow.
The last two weeks ive gotten like no weed.
Fuck.

After carnival in theory ill have enough cash to just about any where.
If you want to donate or buy a painting (ill have to figure out how to ship it since it can't be rolled up and writing do not bend means fix all to non english speaking postal workers) let me know via the above link.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 10:58:58 EST ID:92ejJCt4 No.33378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33353
So after Carnival I'm going to Bologna to visit some friends.
It's 5 people, but there's one girl who is pretty amazing. I'm not used to girls thinking I'm interesting at all back in the States (Im generally a NEET who plays video games all day) so it totally flew over my head that she was interested.

Then after that another friend in Vienna wants to host me in her flat for a week or so.

One thing this trip has done is make me feel 100x more confident in my self in all aspects.
More confident with women, more confident in my self to get things done, more confident in my problem solving and survival skills.

I hope I'm able to continue this trip for as long as possible and see as many countries and people as possible.

Wish me luck in carnival guys.
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Alice Brunningham - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 09:58:58 EST ID:c7EHzcqo No.33386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33061
Good luck sainterrer
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Wesley Geckledork - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 19:25:53 EST ID:naAJGtZO No.33390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33378
I like your updates and your stories so keep posting pls
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No1Envy !gqJnGGO22Y - Sat, 30 Jan 2016 13:29:19 EST ID:NsugochZ No.33392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33378
>Then after that another friend in Vienna wants to host me in her flat for a week or so.

Austria is full of screwballs.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Sun, 31 Jan 2016 10:32:30 EST ID:t0Kn4qrU No.33394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well it's m here in venice and carnival is super lame this year. The mayor is really conservative so this year there's like no party here. Just 100 police with k9 walking the streets killing all fun. Im gonna leave and just goto Vienna in a few days.
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A Wizard - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 02:42:28 EST ID:7mh9Ewt8 No.33395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33394
See once again we can see the evil corperate shill machine in action
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 07:23:56 EST ID:yp+nKO2C No.33399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33395
Wut
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Caroline Chubberbick - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 13:06:09 EST ID:f5YIgYc5 No.33405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33061
Godspeed James!
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 08:04:17 EST ID:4ArzDZA6 No.33426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33405
I'm in Florence again. It's alot easier than Venice. I have a place to stay with food, electricity and hot water. It's an occupation zone/ squat I stayed at about a month ago or so.
It's pretty good here but busking is hit or miss. One day I'll make 30 euro and the next 4.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 08:12:40 EST ID:4ArzDZA6 No.33427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33426
Also expect fewer updates for the time being, my Cell phone has kicked the bucket and now I have to rely on my laptop.
I'm bugging all my friends in the states to see if they have any spare old phones.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 17:50:43 EST ID:I3GeC4zn No.33428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33426


Yours to copy and paste. You will look like an even more worldly person if you use the Euro symbol.
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Thomas Nagglehall - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 02:09:58 EST ID:wYV5JG7+ No.33457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Awesome thread bud, love the updates
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Wesley Hellystock - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 07:35:42 EST ID:+MgUZsiE No.33460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yo here's a link to some of the pictures ive taken and dumped on an online drive. check em out

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B8aS62VseG16RTUzNmpZYUhmLVE&usp=sharing
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Charlotte Blindernore - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 20:21:44 EST ID:02TYdjOv No.33470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck hitching, freight trains are alot more fun.
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Augustus Shakeman - Mon, 22 Feb 2016 02:46:04 EST ID:wYV5JG7+ No.33474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33460
Dope stuff. I think you've had quite the experience
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Edward Pangerhit - Mon, 22 Feb 2016 15:34:44 EST ID:+MgUZsiE No.33475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33474
sorry its a bit disorganized
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Tue, 01 Mar 2016 07:35:18 EST ID:LeNsf0bI No.33491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Leaving for austria today from boogna. Gonna take the train as far as I can. I'll probably have to hitch the final leg of the trip once inside austria as the ticket controllers on trains are way more strict.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Wed, 02 Mar 2016 08:44:09 EST ID:VWCndomb No.33494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33491
Bologna*

So last night I made it as far as Mestre (the mainland city out side venice). And it's a sketchy mother fucking place.
I found a tip on hitch wiki that told me about a secluded place to pitch a tent.
It was a vacant feild blocked from view by a noise barrier wall thingey for the trains and the highway.

I slept alright and woke up not dead. But when I got out of my tent there were two dudes near by.

They approached me I put my hand in my pocket on my multi tool incase i had to punch a nigga.
Well we talked for a moment and when I said I was traveling to austria they changed up their game and started claiming to be "European police"...pffff....they both even went so far as to show me the upper corner of their romanian IDs for a second each.....yeah right.....
I called them out on it and they started asking me all sorts of questions about my gear......yeah police......riiiiiiiight.

So i reach into my tent and pull out this
http://www.amazon.com/Cold-Steel-Special-Forces-Hardwood/dp/B00169V99K

And stand there.
They said there was now magicaly no problem and that I should have a good day and left.
I packed up my shit while I watched a distant junkie shoot up in this feild.

I walked to the station where I see the same two chuckle fucks loitering about (probably looking for bags to steal or wallets to lift). So I stoped and stared at them until they left about 30 seconds later. I even contemplated finding the cops to tell em what was up. But I ended up just boarding my train and heading out.

Im about to walk to the high way and try and hitch into austria. Wish me luck guys.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 03 Mar 2016 15:01:27 EST ID:I3GeC4zn No.33496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33494
Nice job.
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Zhim - Fri, 04 Mar 2016 08:50:05 EST ID:C77gzDit No.33497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33494
Wow dude that's intense. If I may make a suggestion borrowing and possibly misquoting this - "weapons are for feeling not seeing"

Doubly so in a foreign country where the local government is more inclined to defend their own citizens. It's a sad reality but pulling out something like a shovel as a threat in a tense interaction could very well get you killed if they have weapons too!

Sorry I don't mean to lecture, but if u can next time ur in a situation like that keep the weapon concealed and accessible and only pull it out if you plan on landing a few disarming blows within half a second of them realizing you have it.

Sounds like you're journey is picking up some more distance now, may there be a road for you!
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Fri, 04 Mar 2016 15:56:00 EST ID:1MbEAJB/ No.33499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I made it to where I was going (Vienna). But en route I got a really bad cold. But thankfully I was able to sleep all day and recover a bit. Still sick but feeling much better after laying in bed recovering most of the day and trying to get better.

The weather today was a bit nippy but a clear with only a few small clouds in the sky. Would been perfect to busk but I felt like death most of the day slept through it.

I'm so happy I have good friends who wouldn't turn out a stray dog in a rain storm so to speak. If I was on the road this sick I may have had to check into a medical clinic or find a couch surfer host.
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Archie Clicklesene - Sat, 05 Mar 2016 11:35:25 EST ID:SodxVlJS No.33500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sweet updates, dude. Enjoying the story so far.
Photos and videos in the link for your camera dump were interesting, provides some context and says a little bit about your self - not the complete picture obviously. Would be cool to see some of your busking/painting?
You'll look back on these in many years to come, make sure you take decent snaps at appropriate times, whilst paying full attention to the present moment.
Stay healthy and positive. Warmth and gratitude, blessed be (y)
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Esther Henkinham - Sat, 05 Mar 2016 20:33:47 EST ID:dCnGw6hz No.33502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Wonderful post man, absolutely love your journey! I've always wanted to hitch around Europe, any plans to leave the Italy region?

I'm thinking about starting my first long term trip in Canada, if you don't mind me asking; what are your most essential pack items?
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Sun, 06 Mar 2016 07:43:41 EST ID:CxCgjv/s No.33504 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33502
I don't have any plans on any thing. I just go where ever when ever.
Most essential things to pack:

The bag its self
Tent
Sleeping bag
Sleeping mat ( i didnt get one and regret it)
And a good multi tool, you never know when you'll need it.
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Esther Henkinham - Sun, 06 Mar 2016 14:32:21 EST ID:dCnGw6hz No.33505 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33504
I keep telling myself to get a sleeping mat but I always convince myself I won't need it, thanks for the heads up because I can feel the regret already

Man that's so fucking cool, I envy the freedom you've allowed yourself.
Have you thought of heading to France and working in the grape fields? So many wineries out there look for travelers to work in their fields and a lot of them will let you use their land to camp on, provide you with food and a shower plus you make some money.
My buddy and I are going to pick cherries in BC Canada to start ourselves off, pick cherries in the morning and chill by ocean at night until the seasons over, then we're gonna take that money and hitchike somewhere we can stay the winter (fuck the snow man)

My only issue is how the fuck do you prevent chafe from walking long distances? I usually start getting chafe on my ass after walking for a few days and it puts me out of commission.
I talked to some fat chicks that told me deodorant is an old trick for it but it only lasts so long, I don't to look like a psycho deoderanting my ass on the side of the road with my thumb out trying to get a ride know what I'm saying?
I also only have 1 pair of pants
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Phoebe Wellystone - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 01:15:53 EST ID:/2aVSG40 No.33507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oh shit nigger! If you're still in Italy I implore you to get your ass to San Remo, then Bussana Vecchia, then find La Terreza. It's this awesome commune in the ruins of a castle and everyone is welcome, at least 2 years ago.

I did the same thing as you a couple years ago and it was so fucking sick.
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 06:19:10 EST ID:IhS9m8mc No.33509 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33505
>My only issue is how the fuck do you prevent chafe from walking long distances?

dont be a fatty
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James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 07:50:44 EST ID:IhS9m8mc No.33511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33505
I do wwoofing

>>33507
I just left italy, but I plan on going back when the weather warms up a bit. I got invited to a goa festival.
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ZaphodClone5 - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 12:36:43 EST ID:t8EOwjXx No.33513 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33511
GO TO GOA, that is where you can reach convergence with the Multiverse
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ZaphodClone5 - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 12:37:56 EST ID:t8EOwjXx No.33514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33511
Go to Goa! You can converge multiple universes there if you meet the right people.
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Doris Chondlemat - Mon, 14 Mar 2016 14:46:35 EST ID:+4gPuDqr No.33540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
so busking today. And some guy stops and looks at my paintings. Then he asks if I know about the earth being flat.
I then say, "Why of course it is, every one knows that. But where the real truth is is in the hollow earth. Do you know 1 out of 5 people are actually reptilian human hybrids"?
In a flustered tone he says "You're talking nonsense! Reptilians aren't real"!
He then storms off.


My lap top is broken and so is my phone. Ill post some pics of my paintings in the near future
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Jarvis Bonderville - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 13:36:32 EST ID:C08x1ZOL No.33541 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33540
It was sleeting (frozen rain) a bit today but I went busking any way. I first tried a slightly less crowded spot under some cover. While i was setting up a pretty rough looking beggar woman set up like 20m away. I made one painting and made abour 4 euro.
I packed up after that and gave her 2 euro. She looked like she needed it. She gave me a big smile.

I then decided to go to my ussual spot on the east side of stephanplaz (shwenplatz). Along the way I notice there are no other buskers in the area your supposed to have a permit to busk there. So I did it there (right in the middle of stephanplatz for those keeping score). I made like 25 euro but the weather drove me out.

There were some chinese tourists who were really into my show/ painting and kept tipping me. Then asked since they tipped so much if they could get a discount. I agreed. They wanted my fresh and still super wet painting. I told them to wait for it to dry first. They paid me and said they would come back.

I stayed for about 30ish more minutes making paintings that would never dry in the weather today. The chinese people never came back so i left all my wet paintings on a cardboard box i was using to paint on and wrote free art on it and left.


Im using a friends lap top thats from like 1999 and it runs slow even on this site. If you check out my facebook blog or dig through the photo dump a bit theres some in there.
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Nigel Sullychotch - Fri, 25 Mar 2016 10:07:54 EST ID:tf+sD7tc No.33564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im still in Vienna. Security since the brussles attack has been stepped up a bit. Police every where
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Edward Diblingfield - Wed, 30 Mar 2016 01:56:05 EST ID:KyGOh9LC No.33572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm heading out in May to *indefinitely* travel the road.

I've ponied up a small amount of cash to throw into some gear. I hope to hitch as little as possible but there of course will be a fair amount whether I want to or not. Hitching trains or cars and shit. Starting in Atlanta, going to work up to probably the NE states. May hop over into Canada just to say I did it and then I'm heading completely West to Seattle/Portland or there abouts. I may check out slab city and spend the winter moving across the Southern states. I really want to see Hell's Half Acre but I don't know how plausible that will be.

Hope to hit Atlanta by next April again but I've no idea how fast I can move around places.

Already got some new shoes, a set of clothing, a pack and a basic set of tools. Need some tent/shelter deal and sleeping gear plus maybe some emergency food/rice and a set of cooking utensils. I'm trying to go as light as possible because I know I will dump half that shit down the road and I would be better just carrying the extra 50-100 dollars.

Two biggest decisions I am fighting with is should I take a guitar and a bike. I don't want to afford maintenance on a bike or the down cost but it gives you a fucking shitload more options and freedom. You can't trainhop with a bike tho. At least not very well. I only have a standard cheapo electric guitar. Busking with it wouldn't likely be possible because it is too quiet and it is big and heavy. I don't want to drop the money into a travelers guitar and it is robbery magnet too. I'd like it as a self-improvement tool or as a fun thing to do when down on the road.

>Not to hijack your thread or anything.
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Jenny Brellernitch - Wed, 30 Mar 2016 17:09:24 EST ID:q4FAr1SU No.33573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33572
Check bivy shelters. And look into ukeleles or banjos.
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Reuben Bonnerwore - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 00:22:41 EST ID:UYplCc6z No.33575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33572
If you don't already have an acoustic guitar, then forget about it. That money can be better spent elsewhere to aid your travels. Do not bring anything you are not willing to lose. People will steal your guitar. A bicycle can make travel much easier, but is bulky. There are foldable bicycles that you can buy, so if you need to hitchhike you could easily throw it in the trunk. However I have no experience with foldable bikes so I don't know if they're any good. A guy who hitchhikes on youtube named hitchtube uses a foldable bike in some of his videos.
>>33573
>uke or banjo
ukeleles are for faggots and Hawaiians. Banjos are cool but if you want anyone to hear it you're going to need a banjo with a large resonator. My banjo weighs 10-15 pounds, and while it is very loud, this is obviously not ideal for travel. An acoustic guitar is pretty lightweight and loud, and it's easy to find strings and accessories for it.
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james randi - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 15:41:08 EST ID:BE9aTkJ6 No.33577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33575

leave the bike. its gonna get stolen.

Esential gear:

>Good back pack
I recomend teton brand since their the cheapest ones ive found and of suprisingly good quality.

>Bivy tent or 2 man tent. the extra space in a 2 man is nice. I hate my bivy

>Sleeping rated to 32f or lower depending on the season. Mines rated for 32f 0c Even though mine is bulky Its litterally saved my life before.
I got my sleeping bag also from teton

>sleeping mat

>durable compact water container

>clothes

>phone

>First aid kit

>small ass camping cooking shit

>Good multi tool

>This

>Camera thats not on a phone to take cool pics for your thread when you start traveling.
http://www.coldsteel.com/Product/92SFS/SPECIAL_FORCES_SHOVEL_W_SHEATH.aspx
I have it and love it. Its replaced needing to cary just about any tools for survival and self defence.

>since its the

>Rechargable light source

Optional gear id recomend
I bought a little solar pannel the size of a thin paper back book that charges any thing usb. Id highly recomend it. they sell em on amazon for ok prices

if you read alot get an Ebook reader, i got a kindle paper white. It hardly uses any power and i put 1000's of books and music on it. it helps fill the time and you can pirate books.

emergency beacon if your going to remote places alot. Not super important to have. but if you break your leg or get attacked by a bear its good.

Extra optional is maybe a compact lap top or small tablet
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james randi - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 15:42:09 EST ID:BE9aTkJ6 No.33578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33577
Also what ever busking shit you wanna carry.

like ruben said, ukelles are good. bucket drumming, painting what ever man.
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Simon Blackson - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 16:35:12 EST ID:gmV4oQex No.33581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33573
I don't really have the cash to throw into another musical instrument. Maybe a cheap as fuck harmonica maybe?

>>33575
I didn't really intend to use a guitar for busking. More as means to maintain sanity and work on my self/skills. I've never used a folding bike and it still seems like the same problems of a regular bike without the need to keep it on a smiley.

>>33577
I figure the bike and guitar are crime magnets.
>Tents
I don't doubt their practicality but I am a bit skeptical on using one in less than legal places. Seem really obvious compared to a couple camo'd tarps and shit. I guess they make camo tents though? I'm going to be in the US and there are plenty of places no too friendly to tent pitchers AHUE. Or so I read anyways. Avoiding Utah and Florida specifically because of what I have heard.

I've heard the most important piece of gear is a camera and a knife/multitool and I don't doubt it. I have a Leatherman Wave, a Gerber Suspension and a Leatherman Skeletool currently. I prefer the Wave but I have thrashed it after just having it for like 2 years. It is literally unusable now, I need to get it RMA for free but I don't know that I truly trust it. I know in everyday life how fucking incredible that bastard has been. I can only imagine on the road what importance it will have.

I'm going to be doing this without much tech as well. I won't have a phone, tablet/laptop or satphone/lifealert or anything like that. I will take a shitty MP3 player and a digital camera but that is likely are far as tech is going to go. I've been cursed to have literally every digital item get #rekt in merely days of use so I've never put any money into that shit. I'd just end up busting it to hell somewhere or throwing it off a train.

I also already have a Kelty pack. I've read they are pretty fair.
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james randi - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 16:43:25 EST ID:BE9aTkJ6 No.33582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33581
i have the gerber suspension. i found a shi broken one in a walmart parking lot. but gerber has alife time garuntee. so i called them and got a new one free!

even tech free id recomend a shitty ebook reader my self. i read a shit ton of books too.
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Simon Blackson - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 19:25:20 EST ID:gmV4oQex No.33583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33582
I never used my Suspension because it was way too stiff. Like all multitools. Suppose it couldn't hurt to carry both. Leatherman went from a 25 year warranty to lifetime no questions asked. Maybe I got a lemon because everyone is blown away how beat to shit my Wave is. I should send it in because the research department would like to look at it according to some gear nerds.

I'd personally not mind an Ereader since living out of libraries would kinda suck and be too stationary for whole books probably but it is something I will think about.

Since you have been out, what is the most unexpected thing you didn't think you would face? What has been the most useful piece of gear you have used? And finally, how much has the experience changed you as a person?
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james randi - Fri, 01 Apr 2016 15:55:59 EST ID:BE9aTkJ6 No.33586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33583
not an unexpected thing that thappened. But going broke or near broke a few times in italy sucked. Ussually Id borrow money and then buy busking stuff then pay the person back or smoke em out or get them drunk at the pub.

Most usefull gear is my bag, my sleeping bag, tent and my phone i guess. The phone is mainly for maps and translations on the fly for new languages for me. and I pirate tv shows on it.
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james randi - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 15:04:28 EST ID:BE9aTkJ6 No.33590 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33581
i also buoght an extra rain cover for my tent also helps in cold weather. but its black. so it hides my tent well.
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Barnaby Honderchud - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 18:40:39 EST ID:bjgYcYyg No.33592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33590
How did your family/friends take it? I don't have friends and have very little family but they are taking it very poorly. I'll lose them in the process likely.
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james randi - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 17:56:00 EST ID:BE9aTkJ6 No.33597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33592
my friends are all supportive but my parrents hate it. My dad acts like he approves but I know he doesn't.
My mom disapproves so strongly i havent spoken to her in nearly a year. She tries sending me harrasing messages through my frinds and shit.

heres a pic a friend took of my paintings today.
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Graham Tillingridge - Tue, 05 Apr 2016 18:47:19 EST ID:fmdcOn/9 No.33598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33597
That is dope as fuck. It looks really easy to make but seems like professional shit.

My one friend is pissed off about it. My father says he will punch me in the face if I see him again if I go through with it and my mother says it is stupid but is more sad than angry.

I'm not mad about it at all. They think homeless=death so I can understand their difficult time to cope with it. I'm pretty excited though. Just now under 1 month left. Having to tend to the shit I need to get done before I go sucks though. I underestimated the amount of shit I need to take care of first.
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james randi - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 05:53:34 EST ID:BE9aTkJ6 No.33599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33598
make sure you have a way to earn money. busking, begging whatever.
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Doris Fanworth - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 15:44:57 EST ID:GdDO1vqb No.33600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33599
5.00 dollar blowjobs behind the Wafflehouse?
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james randi - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 15:53:40 EST ID:tKwx2/Ei No.33601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33600
that will do the job.

update on whats been going on.
Yesterday I made no money busking in 4 hours and today i made 40 in like 45 minutes and then called it quits for the day.

So i stayed in a squat for a week and it was all chill.
But there was a meeting i was supposed to attend on monday to stay longer. I totally brain farted and thought the meeting was today......so they gave me 2 days and asked if I would leave after that. But a friend messaged me and offered to let me crash on his couch for a week or so. But its only a one bed room flat and he has exams and classes going on all the time.
So I also have some other people lined up i met in a hitchhiking fb group, but have not met in real life.

Were gonna get coffee this week some time to meet but he already offered me 2 weeks with him and his gf in his one bed room flat after this.

I also met 2 really hot goth chicks this week who both told me explicitly that Im hot...which never happens to me in the US. Im gonna go smoke wtith one probably this friday.
They both seem a bit crazy I probably wouldnt date but might be fun for a minute.

Also sorry for so many typos. Im using a german pc with german autocorrect and a german keyboard lay out. So im typing all downsy.
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Alice Sallerbanks - Wed, 06 Apr 2016 23:25:10 EST ID:wnuWPboq No.33602 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33601
thats cool and everything but are you having fun?
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james randi - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 06:33:36 EST ID:IYcuZrjW No.33610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33602
yes
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Shitting Hasslehag - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 20:25:47 EST ID:3jYnZovM No.33611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can work in bars too you know. Most of my friends would work a pub and stay above it for free rent/board as part as the deal. None of them had citizenship and just walked in and offered services for cash off the books.

Better than being a bum because eventually all your shit gets stolen. Either cops one day take it all or other hobos/bums. You should also go to Spain where the punk/art student areas are since lot's of crash houses and shit.
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Charles Finnerfuck - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 21:00:44 EST ID:LIEs4CyP No.33613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33610
good dude. I want to visit europe next year probably. if you have general tips as you go along it would be cool.

Where are you originally from and how have you found your vagabonde journey? Is europe turning into an islamic state? Or more seriously do you find people to be tense/chill?

I like your adventure and I think it's pretty cool.

>>33611
yeah this bartending is a good skill anywhere in the world.
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Laura Matsuda - Sun, 10 Apr 2016 06:43:00 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.33615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33611
You're living day by day and loving it? Sir, I salute you!
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james radi - Sun, 17 Apr 2016 10:15:49 EST ID:l6HDyWbh No.33644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33613
Im 28 and from centeral Florida.
Theres lots of middle eastern migrants and refugees, also many african refugees. Those people are all chill.

People in general are chiller in europe than us.
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james randi - Sun, 17 Apr 2016 11:09:38 EST ID:l6HDyWbh No.33645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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i made this. thats a chair in the bottom right for scale
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George Hettinghood - Sat, 23 Apr 2016 13:44:08 EST ID:aAjnp00g No.33671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33572
Sheeeit. 3 weeks before I depart. Starting to get hype. Still have a lot of loose ends to rap up though. I'm compiling a humongous supply of music for the journey. I may end up spending another 60 dollars on MP3 players. Again. I should have just bought the 64gb ones instead of a bunch of the cheap 8gb ones. At least I can just switch them around when they start all dying.

My shoes fucking suck too. I've been getting acclimated to being on my feet all day and I need to get some better shoes. I've heard Keens or Redwings are good. No idea on price. I've still got to get all my gear but I'm not worried about money. I've got 500 left for buying shit. I'll probably only spend 200 of that on gear though. Since most of that shit is probably going to get busted or stolen. Hitching out of GA is going to be difficult. It is illegal here along with spanging apparently.
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james randi - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 16:30:43 EST ID:NlDl8/n7 No.33677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33671
cool make a more detailed thread.
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james randi - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 16:31:31 EST ID:NlDl8/n7 No.33678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33671
cool make a more detailed thread.

also if you travel abroud i hope we cross paths
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Simon Nablingdock - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 00:36:47 EST ID:Mbu9T/Kg No.33681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33678
I don't think I will make it into Europe. I don't really care to see Europe and it would cost a pretty penny just getting there. Plus I don't have a passport or anything.

I'll make a separate thread a couple days before I leave for questions or whatever and once I have gear. It feels very weird having so much of my shit wrapped up. I'm so used to living knowing there is a bunch of shit to take care of before I do anything. Now that most of that is cleared out, I have this weird ass feeling of being completed and ready for a new life? Strange vibes.
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james randi - Mon, 09 May 2016 16:32:38 EST ID:ToHPHsfl No.33736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i have a girlfriend now.

Its just like my japanese annie mays predicted.
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james randi - Mon, 09 May 2016 16:58:27 EST ID:ToHPHsfl No.33738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33736
shes austrian and were going to germany this summer.
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james randi - Tue, 10 May 2016 11:41:44 EST ID:JILztMKM No.33743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33740
if shes cool with it ill post em this weekend when stay at her place
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Doris Seddlegold - Tue, 10 May 2016 22:19:52 EST ID:C77gzDit No.33745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33736
Anime is always right. Always.
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Hamilton Pittridge - Wed, 11 May 2016 23:12:40 EST ID:qurchdlU No.33752 Ignore Report Quick Reply
so you said you're having fun, can you elaborate on this? what is it like? do you feel satisfied? What does travel mean to you? Have you learned or changed? Do you see an end or a goal in sight? It's been half a year.

I like your painting
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james randi - Thu, 12 May 2016 03:35:41 EST ID:aGGCiQeO No.33756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33752
well vienna is a party city. so tjeres always something fun happening. Girls fir the first time in my life hit on me. My art has improved dramatically. Im making more money painting than i did working a as a wage slave in florida.

for the first time in my life i feel like the goals a nd things i want to achieve are with in a reachable distance now.
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james randi - Thu, 12 May 2016 03:56:20 EST ID:aGGCiQeO No.33757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33740
going to her place tomorrow evening....sje seems cool with it. tits incoming tomorrow
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Angus Dartstone - Thu, 12 May 2016 21:57:29 EST ID:Tc5II+sD No.33758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33756
Nice job bro, good to hear all is well. I was going to leave out today but I got this fucked canker sore on my leg or something weird. :/ It is bruising up pretty good now so I think it will fuck off in a couple days.

I've heard that some sections of vienna are hardcore squatter territory with entire apartments blocks abandoned. Is that true? A bud I know says it was pretty sketchy later at night.

>What are your end goals if you are closing in on them?
Knowing I have something to work towards has greatly uplifted my spirits. Aside from a slight postpone. I'm advancing with my music way faster than I ever have. In college I spent 6 months going fucking nowhere. I've done more in the past month than I did then with shit I thought would take me months to learn being cleared in a day or two.

Mindset actually is almost everything.
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Angus Dartstone - Fri, 13 May 2016 17:13:10 EST ID:Tc5II+sD No.33759 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh yeah, this is sfw board so don't get bant
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James randi - Sat, 14 May 2016 03:29:36 EST ID:ZwrEI0pv No.33763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33758
Yeah its true. But less so these days, not whole neighborhoods but yes whole appartment buildings. And some areas are super sketchy and some are super safe. Heres a sfw pic of the gf
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Esther Hinningbanks - Sun, 15 May 2016 00:53:18 EST ID:qrKQeZZ7 No.33766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33763
Cute except for the face tat. Is she cool tho?
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James randi - Sun, 15 May 2016 02:35:53 EST ID:SZLGN7do No.33767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33766
Thats not a tattoo, shes just a massive cosplay faget. She also has been lurking 420 for a few years.
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Esther Hinningbanks - Sun, 15 May 2016 03:10:48 EST ID:qrKQeZZ7 No.33768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33767
>Girls on the internet.
How dare you make such preposterous assertions.

>Is she cool doe brv?
I had this cosplay anime chick who was into me. The only good thing I could say about her was that she was loyal. I'll leave it at that. Anime chicks are cray af tbqfh fam.

>I should also be out on the road early this week. This zika fucking shitfly chomp mark is going away finally and I can walk now. Are you going to make it back to the states ever? Or are you going to be a filthy spaghetti-nigga forever?

Oh yeah, since you are in Italy you should read this: http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/03/europe/food-theft-italy/
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James randi - Sun, 15 May 2016 09:27:19 EST ID:XAiupSII No.33769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33768
Im in vienna lrn2read
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Esther Hinningbanks - Sun, 15 May 2016 12:08:04 EST ID:qrKQeZZ7 No.33770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33769
Venice and Vienna both start with a V. So it means Italy. Not Australia. Get it right.
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james randi - Mon, 16 May 2016 13:49:04 EST ID:puEnxMW8 No.33772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33770
the kangaroos are dope af here. so tomorrow im going to the embasy to start getting sone sort of proper visa so i can get a job and an appartment. updates incoming.
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james randi - Mon, 16 May 2016 15:35:50 EST ID:puEnxMW8 No.33773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33752
im bored sorry if this is over posting...also im using a friends german phone with no e glish auto correct. excuse typos.
but to answer this better.
wjere i come from im a total beta NEET who can hardly hold a job, had few friends, was depressed, couldnt afford collage. no gf hardly ever. hardly ever get laid either. there are like no jobs so you take what ever shit job you find. and theres 1000 filled in job in job applications on tje bosses desk. so if you fick up xoure fired.
but i lived in a small town. i did have a few close friends there. and had good times. but over all it id say it was more negitive than positive living there.
the people where i come feärom are mostly rednecks or stoners. but the nature is dome tje best in the world imo.

now that im in vienma and making more miney on average than my fucking parrents but cost of living here is too high to rent a flat. but i feel the path to getting propper papers here and a job/learning german is super do able.
And with these things i can pursue my hobbies, intrests and intelectual shit freely here and live a much better life for a few years mabey.
then in a few years go some where else.

follow up random thoughts cause im high af.
weed here is cheap and eassily bought every where and varries in quality from mexicsn ditch weed to 2 grams if like dank and is tollerated but still illegal. its more open and tollerated in italy bit more expendive there.
im begining to for get some italian but im planning a short visit there this summer. but on the flip soe now i can understand some spoken gemran and now i can also read it some what like a child.
cant speak it worth a shit.
still can speak ok italian.
met my gfs mom. she hates me.....lets just say its due to being a dirty hobo from the us and thefes a bit of an age difference between us.

ive been living in a smsll party flat for a month and a bit of couch surfing. its free but gets old fast.
all the more motivation to get some papers.

currently im allowed 90 days with no papers. but i cant work. but the boarders are so open tjeres no way to controll/enforce it. plus im whiteish and got a us passport.

the standard of living is super high in austria. and its the highest in vienna. more reason to stay. i made 120 euro busking the other day in 2 hours. but then spent it all on cigs, esting out, my gf, booze, weed, paint, etc.

the gov here will give me money temporarilly while i "intigrate" into austrian society.
outside vienna and the few otjer big citties its all county side and looks like tavinana from original dayZ.


amy more questions?

gonma try and buy a phone this week.
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Jenny Chorringforth - Mon, 16 May 2016 23:27:11 EST ID:qrKQeZZ7 No.33774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33773
So are you going to be an uppity liberal douche and shit on the states at every chance now? Or are you just going to get drunk and fuck your pink headed GF all the time instead?
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Shit Ducklock - Tue, 17 May 2016 01:00:41 EST ID:L+nFZ21u No.33775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33774
The answer is pretty obvious. Thanks James Randi for your interesting update. I'm a big fan of travel but I can't save as much as I'd like because I have too much fucking rent to pay. I need to find a slummier accommodation of some kind.
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james randi - Tue, 17 May 2016 13:59:50 EST ID:vG70rdeF No.33776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33774
Yes.




now her hair is blue green.
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Lillian Muffingpedge - Wed, 18 May 2016 02:55:31 EST ID:P9YbntXD No.33779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33776
It is either Blue or it is Green.

YOU HAVE BLUE OR GREEN DUDE.

BLUE OR GREEN.
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Charlotte Wassledone - Wed, 18 May 2016 18:26:09 EST ID:c0YwGWRM No.33780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33061
Hey James. In case you haven't already, take a look at the following website: squattheplanet.com . It should be right up your alley.
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james randi - Thu, 19 May 2016 02:58:10 EST ID:SBXSnnmU No.33784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33775
i landed in millan with less than $300 in my pocket.
im gonna busk for ever. fuck havin a real job.

even tho money isnt the main motivation, it is a direct measure of how well a day of busking goes. i almost never make less than €50 a day. come down tto museamsquarter, its my new regular spot to busk.

also fyi sayibg museams quarter isnt breaking rules on location sharing becaise its a road thats 3km long and filled with a milliom people.
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james randi - Fri, 20 May 2016 10:31:31 EST ID:boHIhweb No.33793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33779
Is that like if you don't skate you die?

Found my old sd card , have a pic of centeral Fl.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Wed, 25 May 2016 22:28:34 EST ID:xsOFCPct No.33804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33793
Not too shabby. I wouldn't mind a little taste of Florida right now.
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james randi - Sun, 29 May 2016 03:46:57 EST ID:EMaGe5jw No.33809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've got some bad news guys....I fucked up. So thought if I spend 90 days in a shengan zone country then I'm allowed to go to another for 90 and so on...
Nope. 90 days in the entire shengan zone with no papers.
It only affects me if I get arrested or if/when I decide to go home I'll have to pay a fine and be banned for like 2 years from the shengan.
But it makes it 10x more difficult to get my work visa now too.
Fuck Idk what to do.

Help?
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james randi - Sun, 29 May 2016 03:48:34 EST ID:EMaGe5jw No.33810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33809
Also boarders here are lax. Do you think feigning ignorance or claiming to have been in like Serbia (non shengan state with lax af boarders) would work?
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 30 May 2016 19:08:51 EST ID:hQ51Han/ No.33818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33810
If there's no written record of you being in Schengen Zone countries for over 90 days (besides this thread), I would try the Serbia thing.
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james randi - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 05:36:16 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.33832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So my gf is technically stolen from her ex by me. The week things came to a head about that and I'm getting kicked out. But I four a better place to stay with people my own age and temperament. So things are cool.

It Stil sucks tho because now lie half of my friends I Vienna aren't talking to me or her any more. But fuck it.

I may have a job soon doing English phone sales for 7 hours a week. If so I'll have a stable income finally.
If I don't have a job then I've decided in the winter I'm gonna go to portugal and then Coe back in spring.


So since I'm not really traveling atm expect less frequent updates. I got a new phoe so expect some pics in the next week or so
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james randi - Sun, 05 Jun 2016 06:18:53 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.33834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Dumpster diving haul. About 50kg of food at a value of €75-€100
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 06 Jun 2016 00:38:01 EST ID:hQ51Han/ No.33835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33834
This is true heroism.
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Albert Fungerville - Tue, 07 Jun 2016 15:37:38 EST ID:MpKTtD7x No.33840 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33834
You're not seriously going to eat fish that you found in a dumpster are you? Veggies, canned goods, boxed products sure, but meat?
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james randi - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 09:31:23 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.33841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33840
It's smoked salmon. It was good.
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Hannah Billingdale - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 10:55:34 EST ID:x8ziVAbd No.33843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Great thread. Safe for all the updates sounds like your living it up!
Keep on grooving and doing your thing dude
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Matilda Punnercocke - Fri, 10 Jun 2016 18:53:17 EST ID:OtDPpUB/ No.33848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33840
most of the time, in my experience, grocery stores toss perfectly good fish/meat to make room for new stock all the time. as long as it's picked out shortly after it's tossed, and cooked&consumed within a few hours, it's perfectly fine.
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Volcanic Beach - Fri, 17 Jun 2016 22:01:13 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.33886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Be a indepedent vagrant
http://www.theofficehobo.com/how-to-convert-a-truck-into-a-home/
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james randi - Tue, 28 Jun 2016 15:35:07 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.33912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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80 kg of food from the dumpster.
I got salmon, duck (with garlic mash potatoes), like 40 yogurts and waaaaay to much fruit.
I'm gonna go buy brown sugar tomorrow and bake a fruit pie.
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james randi - Tue, 28 Jun 2016 17:54:07 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.33914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33912
So I have a flat I'm house sitting for, for another month and a half. After that I gotta find some place to stay or free camp. But summer is short here so I'm currently looking for work away/ hostel jobs here. I could just leave for winter (got a job offer in south Italy) but I want to stay here with my friends and my girlfriend. If it comes to it I'll have to go back to Italy until March. I reeeeeallly don't want to be away from my girl that long.
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Nathaniel Tillingway - Wed, 29 Jun 2016 14:33:03 EST ID:b+lP8QRJ No.33916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33914
Why not stealth camp?

You can set up a really good base camp in recently cleared areas because the foliage is so dense after something is clearcut, you can be hidden just 20 feet in.

I set up a 20x20 green tarp just 40 feet from a really upscale neighborhood and nobody knew I was there. You can slip in and out fast and quietly too plus hide your gear.

>Tarplyfe4lyfe bruh.
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james randi - Wed, 29 Jun 2016 15:39:36 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.33917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33916
I can. But not during the winter.
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james randi - Wed, 29 Jun 2016 20:46:06 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.33918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33917
The latest I could stay only with free camping is probably early October. After that I need a place inside.
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Henry Sesslefoot - Thu, 30 Jun 2016 01:11:42 EST ID:b+lP8QRJ No.33920 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33918
How cold does Italy get? You could, or well I could stand the cold down to 20 degrees in a good bag and jacket. I'm fine with the cold though, but you may not like it or it may get too cold.
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james randi - Thu, 30 Jun 2016 06:21:37 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.33921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33920
Fuck snow is all I gotta say on that
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james randi - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 07:41:28 EST ID:zznZhHiJ No.34159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey I'm still alive.

Sorry for the long content gap.

I'm still living in Vienna and because I haven't been traveling I haven't updated much.

But a few things worth posting about happened.
I got a dog sitting job for 100 bucks a week twice a month for the next 3 months.
I broke up with my gf.
I found an abandoned house in the city that's well hidden. It pretty clean inside too and had a bed in it already that was wrapped in plastic.
It's been abandoned a little over a year now. It has two fireplaces and a wood burning stove.
There is a toilet but it needs to be fixed first.

It has no power or water.
I even found many of the keys to lock the place up.
I'd like to get a solar pannel + small wind turbine for some power. And there's a public water pump thing down the street at the park.

With a gas burning stove plus my wood burner I'm set with everything except a hot shower in my own house
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james randi - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 07:43:47 EST ID:zznZhHiJ No.34160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34159
Pictures of the house soon.

I may stay in Vienna over the winter if the house works out.
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Samuel Brudgefield - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 14:59:00 EST ID:0GjUT4f0 No.34161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34160
you can get what's called a solar shower which is basically a dark colored bag of water that heats in the sun. you can also flush toilets just by dumping water in them.
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james randi - Mon, 08 Aug 2016 04:05:47 EST ID:Gr+PhjF7 No.34167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34161
I know about both of these things. Problem is Vienna isn't very sunny in the winter.
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Archie Gammertirk - Mon, 08 Aug 2016 14:42:33 EST ID:wKVceC4t No.34169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34167

I had one of these things once, it was okay-ish. The pump turned out to be of poor quality and it ate batteries. Also, it wouldn't heat the water in "real time", I would have to recycle water through it using a bucket.

It seems that one could heat a metal bucket full of water up, stick a hose with a sprinkler attachment of some sort in the bucket, haul the bucket up a tree with a rope and have a fairly effective shower that would cost next-to-nothing to put together.
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Doris Lightwater - Wed, 10 Aug 2016 19:41:00 EST ID:wnuWPboq No.34174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34169
you could do this just by siphoning. put a valve on by the showerhead.
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james randi - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 18:53:55 EST ID:GXPdYB74 No.34188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Decided on short notice to hitch to a rainbow gathering in north Italy.
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Jarvis Heddlepetch - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 22:37:51 EST ID:HTeaq49E No.34189 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34188
apple for reference? what is a rainbow gathering?
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Hannah Sebberhedging - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 21:07:37 EST ID:+nbt7WKU No.34215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34189
its like a bunch of homeless hippies, and I think there's music involved.
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What's Sept - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 08:22:55 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.34228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34215
Nice. Show pics!
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james randi - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 10:33:36 EST ID:vCQ/266Z No.34250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Got back to civilization a few days ago. Rainbow was an amazing and freeing experience. I don't think I've smiled more in such a short period of time. I've made new lifelong friends and had some of the most intense experiences of my life. I'll type a longer entry later when I can use a a device that isn't my phone.
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Cedric Darthood - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 05:00:02 EST ID:XdZgMX9x No.34256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34188
im amazed her pits are shaved... she looks like she has a hairy pussy
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james randi - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 12:00:09 EST ID:dj63Hjzd No.34264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34256
Kill your self my man
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james randi - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 21:51:10 EST ID:yqb6guKf No.34293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ok so I got access to a computer and can make a real update.
Sorry if it seems a bit different than my normal writing style, it's 3:30 and im a bit sleep deprived.

So I went to the rainbow gathering on the Slovenian boarder. I don't think I've smiled more in such a short period of time ever in my life before.
It started when I hosted a traveling girl in my flat for a night, then the next night another girl arrived. They didnt know each other but were both going to gathering. They kept trying to convince me to go and I kept going "Nah I got stuff to do tomorrow", but then over the course of the night they convinced me to go.

So I went with about €8 in my pocket. We hitched from Vienna to the gathering over the course of about 2 and a half days. Normally it'd take a day but we got unlucky.
One night we were near the Italian/ Austria boarder and passing out. So we asked permission to sleep infront of a gas station at a rest stop so that we could put our hitching sign up. Some really nice dude bought us 4 beers and some sandwiches, that was nice.
But about at 6am some rude lady woke us up saying "This is not a place for sleeping".
We kept asking if she worked there because we asked permission to sleep here, she refused to answer the question and then threatened to call the cops on us, so we cut our losses and gtfo.

We ended up getting a ride all the way to Udine (close to our destination) by a nice Austrian guy. H e said we were the first hitch hikers he'd ever picked up.
Along the way my two travel partners ended up falling asleep, so out politeness I stayed awake and continued to talk to the driver.
He asked me to teach him some italian. In my sleep deprived insanity I decided to teach him some swear words.
Fuck.
I offended the guy.
He wanted to drop us off on the side of the high way, I begged him not to and drop us at the next exit, he had to pay a total €14 to exit the highway and drop us off and get back on. Were probably the last hitchhikers he'll ever pick up.

We finally made it to the village near the gathering in Italy. We weren't able to get a ride and walked about 10km until some nice locals picked us up and took us as far as our map (which we got from another hitchhiker who got it from a dutch dude, so the map was in dutch) showed us. But it took us to some weird mountain road with a B&B at the top. They tried to drive us in their tiny shitty car down this old WW2 military road untill we had to refuse and walk the final 5ish km through the mountain. We finally arrived late at night and set up camp.

I ended up setting up my tent in a place that was next to the river that slowly collected more and more people.
We eventually built up a sort of cafe made from stone and mud, we even built bench seats in.
We would stay up to the wee hours of the morning singing songs, making coffee and cooking food.
We called it the rockery cafe.
I met an amazing set of weird people there.

At the main fire they would have a thing called the talking circle every night. A talking circle is when a fairly serious topic is chosen like depression, or dreams, or some thing like that. A stick is passed around and only the person with the stick can talk. It was very intimate and pretty intense.

But after a few days latter in the Rockery we started having story circle. Where we would choose a light hearted topic and share our stories related to it.

The last few days I was there I got offered to do some MDMA with my friends and one girl I didn't know super well. We all hung out by the river deep in the forest and made tea all day and shared stories, songs, personal things, etc. It was amazing.
I ended up continuing to hang out with the girl over the next few days and getting really close.
Then the end of the rainbow started to approach and I found a ride home with some one who happened to live right down the street from me.
The girl from the mdma day asked to come with me.
On the way back we stopped at a gas station at like 3 am, we were all tired and grumpy until one of my friend cranked up the radio and started dancing.
Then we all started dancing mostly naked and barefoot in an austrian gas station parking lot.
We kept shouting " BIG DANCE PARTY OVER HERE" in german at people, no one joined :(
This revitalized us, full of new energy we returned to vienna.

I hosted like 6 people from rainbow in my flat for a few weeks including MDMA girl.

We ended up becoming extremely close and falling for each other hard.
We ended up spending nearly all of our time together over the next few weeks.
But for various reasons she had to go back to portugal to deal with some things.
We had an extremly emotional good bye this morning. It's been years since some thing like this effected me so deeply. I really hope to have her at my side again some day hitching down the road into adventure. I think I will but it'll probably be some time.

Side note: i ended up getting extremely sick from rainbow because sanitation wasn't properly set up. I was the sickest I had been in possibly 10 years. I shit out all the liquid in my body over the course of about 4 day. I nearly went to the hospitol.

AMA about rainbow

I may update this more latter when im less tired with things I forgot.
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Rebecca Trotville - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 22:12:53 EST ID:kX1JhkBW No.34294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds like yurop is full of foreign homeless people and salty locals. I mean I can't blame them with all the homeless foreigners.
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james randi - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 18:11:02 EST ID:yqb6guKf No.34295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34294
the only time I live outside is when actually traveling between places or when I just arrive in a new city where I don't know any one yet.

Now that Ive been traveling for about a year I know so many people in so many countries that I have at least one contact just about in every european country and many places beyond.
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james randi - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 18:15:16 EST ID:yqb6guKf No.34297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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a painting i did recently
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james randi - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 20:03:20 EST ID:yqb6guKf No.34298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Two paintings i did recently.
http://imgur.com/a/5pg6l

I found 2 big peices of counter top wood in the trash and painted them in super detail over the space of about 45 min for each one.
This is compared to paintings i normaly do in 10 minutes because im selling a show as well as paintings.

I tried to sell them for more than I ussualy charge. No one bought them so I donated one to the store I buy all my paints at and the other to a friend.
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Edward Clushkine - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 00:21:01 EST ID:ApEd/yvH No.34299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34298
you should get a bob ross wig and paint happy little planets and then become famous on youtube
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Hamilton Chedgespear - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 13:08:31 EST ID:wHVF4avD No.34304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34299

Yeah, and dem youtube monies can get pretty serious.
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Nell Bunson - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 23:53:30 EST ID:vbJbW5cj No.34320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34297

You should incorporate newspapers for making more awesome textures for shit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rpbdyfixn-I
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james randi - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 02:03:37 EST ID:zBbE3HVe No.34323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34320
I do
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james randi - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 08:29:31 EST ID:Y/Zm+04C No.34330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Decided to make a detour to the Czech republic to meet a friend of my traveling partner. So far this place is cool. Every one on the street stares at us. Gonna try some busking soon.
On the way here we got stuck at a rest stop for a day and starved. But just before we got a ride we managed to dumpster like 15lbs of food from the dumpster.
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Sophie Trotlock - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 00:31:28 EST ID:+ndGGoXd No.34331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
how old are eyou?
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james randi - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 06:29:31 EST ID:Y/Zm+04C No.34332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33644
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james randi - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 11:27:28 EST ID:UKwz3FOl No.34334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34330
Just finished like two hours of busking. Made 20kc, that's about €.098
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Albert Sunnergold - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 17:14:13 EST ID:m7PCTqcv No.34335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34334
Ouch.
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james randi - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 14:05:50 EST ID:0ckyygqw No.34390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just stayed for two weeks in Berlin. It's a great city for my life style but is waaaaay to cold and wet for my taste. So I tried to hitch to Italy today. I didn't get a ride so I went back to my friends house in the city. Going to try again tomorrow.
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Alice Bunshit - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 22:11:59 EST ID:hgtZNmGW No.34395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34390
Fly a sign:

>"Failed Marketing Exec. Can't make witty signs. Please Help"
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James randi - Fri, 23 Dec 2016 13:46:54 EST ID:GRxyNN2r No.34619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ayy yo
Still alive in Italy. I stayed in Berlin for a month, it's an aamzing city that I dNf get to fully explore.
I spent a few weeks in Switzerland. I got arrested for busking and the cops took all my cash which was more than the ammount I was ing detained for. Then they deported me from Switzerland.
Just been chilling and avoiding the cold. No major updates. Gonna go south after Christmas.

Pic related, my deportation paper.
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George Snodshaw - Sun, 25 Dec 2016 04:36:43 EST ID:2xO5D4EV No.34620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34619
ayy lmao

pic is u

happy chrimbus
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James randi - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 11:27:17 EST ID:ToeGrw/9 No.34648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34619
Last nights dumpster diving haul.
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James randi - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 20:14:41 EST ID:ToeGrw/9 No.34733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Some more dumpster diving
This is me
https://youtu.be/r3FwFA2i2ag
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Barnaby Pundlewell - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 21:23:52 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34733
Where are you originally from? Can't determine the accent
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Barnaby Pundlewell - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 21:39:44 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34734
Oh I see, Florida.
Funny because you sound like me and my (non-native english speakers) european friends with an acquired accent. Honestly I would've said you're from continental europe based on your accent.
Does everyone sound like that in florida? Lol.
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Barnaby Pundlewell - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 21:41:24 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34735
Also I find it unbelieavable that you squatted with african refugees and didn't get robbed. I haven't read the whole thread but I suppose you never got robbed at all.
In my area (central European country, fairly decent 60k town) it's impossible to even walk through some areas at night without someone trying to jump you.
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Martin Pavingman - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 01:52:26 EST ID:Cz8UZMGC No.34738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34736
Homeless people don't really get robbed often. Also, targets of robbery are a specific type of person. If you carry yourself different than some twiggy hipster wearing expensive clothes and looking at your phone then entire time you're out, you're far more likely to get robbed because I could just run up to you, snatch your shit while you are looking and your phone and run away with my back to you so you don't ever even see me.

News media also reports robberies every night in a city so 2 people get robbed it seems like an epidemic when it isn't. Also, OP probably runs around with smileys or some other shit so nobody with any sense if going to fuck with him. Especially if he is in a group of rough homeless adventurer kids.

>My question for OP at this point, you feeling the road catching up to you yet? What do you plan on doing after your body starts letting you down?
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James randi - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 07:12:10 EST ID:ToeGrw/9 No.34739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's all about your perception on getting robbed and how you dress/ carry your self.

But I don't plan that far into the future. I'm only 28 man.

Pic, shity street hash I bought
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James randi - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 08:17:29 EST ID:ToeGrw/9 No.34743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34739
By perseption I mean in the way Lynda perceive you. I'm high.

Pic related.
Dounainsel fest 2016
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James randi - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 08:19:29 EST ID:ToeGrw/9 No.34744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34743
Wtf Lynda????

It some ho auto corrected from "in the way othr people perceive you".

Nb
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Ian Buzzfield - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 22:11:29 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Op's doing good.
WRITE A BOOK
but keep us updated here too
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John Fuzzlefuck - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 23:36:07 EST ID:6Ieme0xX No.34837 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hows it going op, how is your adventure?

is there anything you love about it, or anything you miss? what do you do in an average day? what's it like vagabonding in foreign countries?
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James randi - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 16:42:15 EST ID:MOA7zJbv No.34928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34837
Just a quick update. I'll make a longer post later.
I'm in Vienna right now. I travelled 1000+km in 3 days. It was an adventure.
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Edwin Seshwater - Tue, 28 Mar 2017 06:46:56 EST ID:zLZ/raAb No.34988 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Randi, you goddamn motherfucker! Go back home. /tinfoil/ and /spooky/ are outta control! We need your skeptic powers!
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Fuck Worringwedge - Fri, 31 Mar 2017 20:19:51 EST ID:15qZ5jum No.34996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Randi is the most unreliable person I have ever met.

>make thread
>never post

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jame randi - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 17:01:47 EST ID:V47phpoa No.35025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34928
Ok im in veinna. Ive been couch surfing alot going from friend to friend. I have a place for two weeks to my self soon which will be nice.

Right now not too much crazyness to report or any thing but the ussual stuff. My painting is really improving all the time.
Today i made like €70 busking for like 5 or 6 hours.
Smokeing weed every day
Had a few dates recently and they went ok, one went super well.
My hair grows longer by the day.
Im going to rainbow gathering soon, maybe one in portugal then definetly the european rainbow in italy this year.
After that I havent made plans yet.

Spooky is too much of an echo chamber of trolls trolling trolls trolling trolls trolling a mixture of metaly ill social misentropes and new age fgts.
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jame randi - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 17:08:16 EST ID:V47phpoa No.35026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35025
oh yeah i almost got deported 5 minutes after entering the city!

I was hitching in a car and we got pulled over. They checked my visa, which ussualy never happens. They are mainly checking im not a wanted criminal and i am who I say i am on the passport.

This time they checked my visa. They said I could be arrested and then I told a lie about being out of europe in serbia but there was no boarder control. They seemed to beleive the story.
After like 5 min of waiting a cop came back the car and asked if I remembered him. It turned out it was a cop I had sold paintings to last year whike busking in a super akward way where he had money in his hand and shook my hand while I slipped him some paintings and a few other cops blocked our view from the crowd .....like a drug deal.

He said not to worry and hed protect me.

2 minutes later they came back with documents and wished me a good evening!
Yay.

I think I used up all my luck because I'm pretty sure that is the only cop on the whole planet i even sort of know.
The odds of seeing him again were tiny.
Now Ill never win the lottery.
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Fucking Droffingchut - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 23:21:50 EST ID:Uwh53COw No.35045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35026
Oh my god haha

That was good
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james randi - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 15:50:06 EST ID:EbXWyWMY No.35060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im bad at this sort of stream of consiousness blog stuff. if you guys have specific questions or something, please ask. I sort of use this as my personal blog and update it when i have cool stories to tell.
But you guys asking me shit helps improve thread quality so ask away.
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Jarvis Soblingson - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 22:05:37 EST ID:Wiv56QC5 No.35061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35060
what do you do in a typical day?
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James Randi - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 18:02:34 EST ID:rWbK4SB2 No.35062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35061
Well right now the weather is shit, so not alot.

But normaly I wake up around noon if i plan to go busking because i generaly start around 2pm on a busy tourist street.

I'll do that until I feel Ive made enough money for the day or the tourists go home.
Then either I chill at home or I go out and hang with frineds, dumpster dive, go to shows, go to parks, what ever.

Some times I just dont go busking and do what ever or sleep all day or take drugs etc.

When Im on the road most of the day is spent trying to get a ride or riding in cars with mixed table diving at road side resturants and diving rest stop dumpsters.

Some times if im in a new city i just go out and walk around and look at stuff, talk to people, you know human things.
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James Randi - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 18:05:28 EST ID:rWbK4SB2 No.35063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35062
some one check the thread i made on the medical board.
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Oliver Nickleman - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 21:48:08 EST ID:qZxabEsu No.35064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35062
where is "home"? have you had trouble finding places to sleep?

sorry about your tooth bro
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Charles Decklelit - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 01:37:12 EST ID:FpMClnTb No.35065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35060
has anyone ever called you a homeless beggar and thrown something at you?
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james randi - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 15:17:32 EST ID:rCXfHz/X No.35076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35064
Earth, yes if you mean like a host to let me stay in their house, in which case i can almost always find a spot to camp for the night.
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Eugene Bloppermutch - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 11:28:39 EST ID:nokyVci/ No.35080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35076
Dunno if they have them in Europe but housing construction sites in suburbs are great places to hide out. There is usually densely overgrown saplings and shit on the outskirts which was so dense, people can't see you moving or your gear and overnight you can shelter in the houses and be out by 4-5am when crews show up to work on them.

The Mexicans here will usually never say anything if they do catch you sleeping over. Mexicans usually show up later too but work through the whole day. White/black crews leave at like 2-3pm but get there at the crack of dawn.
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James randi - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 15:36:37 EST ID:rCXfHz/X No.35081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A bit more about my average day.

If I'm stationary in a city I wake up around noon, coffee, joint, ciggarete, poop.
Then I chill till around 1 or so and head out, and either go the various art supply stores i need for the days busking.
I may grab breakfast on the way.
Then busk for about 4-9 hours depending on weather, how much money I'm earning, my mood.
Then if I have a host I usually stop at the weed man then go home to chill. I'm not so much into going out and partying these days.
If I don't have a host then I have to find a mcdonalds or starbucks with accessible outlets (for some reason public electrical outlets, toilets, trash cans and other normally free and public things are in short supply) and charge my phone and various batteries i carry.
Then I go to where ever Im camping that night and set up camp and chill the night away.
I busk about 2-5 days a week. This week the weather is shit so Ive only been once this week.
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Cornelius Honeycocke - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 15:54:06 EST ID:ueApcpbO No.35082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35081
I never understood how people manage to do all that just wandering around the world, I have a job yet I can't afford to start every morning with weed, I would but that would hit my wallet so hard, it's impossible to do at the end of the month.. I can't really afford a lot of things you do, even though I probably earn more money than you. I pay rent tho. Weird. People would think you struggle to get food with that kinda income, yet you live better than me
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james randii - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 16:48:12 EST ID:rCXfHz/X No.35084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35082
well i have 0 expenses other than food and maybe drugs or my cell phone.
so at the end of the day while you earn more than me i spend less than you an then have over all more money.
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Walter Nunkinnock - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 23:37:50 EST ID:1NycZxVl No.35085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35084
Yep.

After you factor out housing, vehicles, insurance, gas, utilities and other shit. You'll be broke as fuck.

Seriously, work a job but be homeless in the local area and shop solely at the Mexican food places and ride a bike and you'll be raking in so much dough even at minimum wage it is unreal.
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james randi - Mon, 08 May 2017 13:50:26 EST ID:rWbK4SB2 No.35117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Im planning on leaving this wednessday from vienna to stizerland for a week or so as a stop over at a friends. Then Im gonna try and make it to the netherlands simply because it sounds cool and I havent been yet.

Also the weather here is total shit. Rraining all the time and windy. Its gonna be the same in switzerland but Ill just be stoping there for a minute.


Updates soon
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james randi - Mon, 08 May 2017 13:56:44 EST ID:rWbK4SB2 No.35118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35117
also Ive linked my facebook page about my travel already in the thread. i dont want to post it again and get in trouble for advertising so just look there if you want a bit more content
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Polly Blackgold - Tue, 09 May 2017 16:39:44 EST ID:H6tXKfFU No.35119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks for the update james
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James randi - Mon, 15 May 2017 05:10:18 EST ID:0P+gcQqu No.35136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35117
I'm thinking of starting a go fund me page. I'm pretty much completely broke right now. If I do this would you guys contribute?
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Phineas Billingwill - Mon, 15 May 2017 15:55:44 EST ID:H6tXKfFU No.35137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35136
Honestly no, it would come out of my travel fund. And Im pretty cheap. Other people might though but yiull have to go the vlog and a hook route.
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Barnaby Duckfuck - Mon, 15 May 2017 21:23:38 EST ID:wat7B8pH No.35141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35136
No. I mean don't get me wrong. What you're doing is cool but me and most people wouldn't contribute to your party. Especially when you willingly committed to it. Just busk more and spend less. Or work a job temporarily. Find the EU version of Lowe's and stand at the end of the parking lot with a sign that says, "Homeless, For Hire."
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James randi - Tue, 16 May 2017 16:58:35 EST ID:u+fKcXXn No.35146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I made it to Switzerland, it took 3.5 days from Vienna.
I ran out of food and cash on the last day and a half. I made it to Bern on 0% energy, just sort of limping along like a corpse.
I was walking to my hosts house when I stopped in a park to rest. I saw some barefoot dudes having a joint. I chatted them up and they gave me some sandwiches and shared some joints. I slept in their camp and played with all their animals and smoked like 20 more joints.
Now I'm at my hosts house. Tomorrow I'll go back to hang out with th and do some busking.
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Phineas Grandford - Tue, 16 May 2017 20:53:34 EST ID:r6KlYcAa No.35148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35146
>smoked 20 joints
>played with animals in a camp

yeah you could do the youtube thing but maybe you'll get deported or something
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Angus Wizzlebanks - Tue, 16 May 2017 21:00:37 EST ID:wat7B8pH No.35150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35146
Switzerland is a rough place to be. The cops are strict, any graffiti may as well be murder and busking is hard as fuck. Expect it to be like Cz land. Stay in the tourist towns where white people from the US and shit are.

Maybe you'll have better luck but my friend got fucked fooling around there as a homeless train kid.
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Phineas Grandford - Tue, 16 May 2017 21:59:56 EST ID:r6KlYcAa No.35151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35150
>got fucked
please elaborate
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Frederick Sombledale - Mon, 22 May 2017 13:12:17 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35146
Just spent like an hour reading this entire thread, dude you're on a fucking journey well done.

You asked for questions a while back so I'll ask an obvious one, any advice on travelling?I've certainly learn't a lot here already.

I got a temp job till September where I am now and tbh I can already see my future and it fucking scares me, so doing something like you're doing might be the right path.

Also I know of a legit kung fu instructor I used to train under in highschool, I could go back to doing that to learn how to defend myself if thats something could be needed.

Not the kind of guy who looks for fights, never even been in a real one before, would much rather run away but do you think it might be a good idea to learn anyway, just in case.

Also I think learning the harmonica would be a good idea, its such a lightweight instrument.
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James randi - Tue, 23 May 2017 16:50:32 EST ID:u+fKcXXn No.35173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35171
Biggest advice, learn a buskable talent.
Begging is for retards, I've never begged.

But on that mention, the laws in Bern on busking are extremely ambiguous at best and in conflict with each other at the worst.
So last year I was deported and robbed by the cops (illegally) for busking.
Now I asked permission from the cops, they said it was cool. Then the next day different (plain clothes cops) said it was illegal with out a permit. The permit office said the permits only apply to music and besides costs 50 fucking Swiss francs a god damned day. Then lastly the law online says its legal except on Sunday's or on certain streets and if you make too much noise.

The kicker is begging is 100% A ok.
Fucking Switzerland.

Pic is some graffiti I did but the camera I'm using is shite.
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Nathaniel Wodgewell - Tue, 23 May 2017 17:17:37 EST ID:gY4YYWfq No.35174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35173
Told ya Switzerland is gay.

You know something is wrong when the country motto is regel ist sind regel.
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James randi - Sat, 27 May 2017 07:59:52 EST ID:u+fKcXXn No.35178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35174
Update on the gayness of Switzerland:
So my busking is 100% legal, but one under cover cop keeps harassing me. I went to the police station to report him, but I didn't write his name down because I a faggot, next time he harasses me he claims he will deport me. The other cops said if he does this to demand he calls his superior, but I'm skeptical this will work.
I'm in the process of getting a motorized leter from the city to defend my self but the level of beuracracy behind this is astronomical.
I've been chilling with the hippies in the forest mostly since I can't busk.
My graffiti on the legal graffiti wall was literally erased and painted over with the same color as the wall background. So this means either the city or the other artists didn't like my work....I wasn't even covering another artists work.....god this country is so lame.
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Edward Bommerridge - Sat, 27 May 2017 15:39:51 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35178
Hippies hand out in forests? is this lots of country's or just around Europe? Cause I think that kind of thing would be really cool.
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James randi - Mon, 29 May 2017 10:35:05 EST ID:y3tvciH0 No.35183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35179
Its every where that they have hippies and forests. Just gotta look for them.
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James Randi - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 07:34:15 EST ID:y3tvciH0 No.35202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35188
Elaborate?
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James Randi - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 07:37:15 EST ID:y3tvciH0 No.35203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Im still in switzerland, the cops are still dick heads.
Ive been doing alot of dumpster diving and generaly getting up to Trouble.

switzerland is nice but very boring. Most People here are chill.
Come visit me in the forest.
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Sophie Dezzlewog - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 23:41:44 EST ID:jRu9dOQp No.35212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35204
what's up with that dude's dick? It looks like his head is split in twain.
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James Randi - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 03:19:55 EST ID:JLAGk9Oy No.35239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35221
That did not elaborate at all.
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Beatrice Blatherforth - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 15:29:41 EST ID:aQW3pJHN No.35245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey James Randi!

Me and another 420channer want to do the same vagabond trip. Thing is, I'm an American. How have you avoided getting deported for this long? Are you doing the 90 day hack? Just doing a good job at avoiding cops? I haven't been following the thread lately. How long have you been doing this?

Also, it'd be really cool if we could meet up at some point during our travels. We're pretty much going east along the Mediterranean from Portugal to Turkey. What would be the best way for us to get in touch?
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James randi - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 19:01:11 EST ID:A1RDgmdR No.35254 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35245
You get 90 days free in Europe, after you must leave for six months or buy a new visa. I just avoid cops and any behaviors that put me on their radars. I already dropped a link to my Facebook blog awhile back on here, but re miss here are strict about personal contact info, so I'll avoid doing it again for now.
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James randi - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 19:02:14 EST ID:A1RDgmdR No.35255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35254
But mods here are strict*
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Polly Drommlefag - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 10:24:56 EST ID:+64bUwz+ No.35270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35257
They're not. Ssme minds just take more time to stop being bound by the skeptic reality tunnel. (Mostly because they lack the imagination to envision divinity in a form other than the monotheistic/outside force form)
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Phoebe Blatherwell - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 17:46:59 EST ID:FHPIJf69 No.35297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35254
an american living as an illegal immigrant....
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Thomas Mungerman - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 14:18:17 EST ID:sWH/Rq6m No.35298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35297

Yeah? And?
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Hannah Chiddlebury - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:09:49 EST ID:Jaq9gPJa No.35309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35298
right wing populists will hate you...
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James Randi - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 12:07:11 EST ID:7F0JZRd4 No.35310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ill be offline for the next month at the rainbow gathering.
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James randi - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 21:26:50 EST ID:70C0ML8Z No.35311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35310
I'll have a big update post when I am back to civilization.
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Samantha Meatflap - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 07:56:39 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35311
Have fun man!
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Walter Sebblewell - Fri, 28 Jul 2017 21:31:07 EST ID:DlSE25Tj No.35317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35311
I will patiently F5 every single minute until your return without fail.
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Cedric Ceffingmid - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 08:39:21 EST ID:zT8TZMiB No.35331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35311
Well have fun man
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Sidney Nedgecocke - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 15:22:04 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35311
Does this mean you're coming back to the states?
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Thomas Collyman - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 18:59:45 EST ID:0X+JoLsQ No.35339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35336
Nah, he said he was coming back to civilization.
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Eliza Turveyman - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 18:27:43 EST ID:TOdpthHT No.35341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35339
AHAHAHAHAHAHA
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Hedda Gendlefoot - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 15:59:28 EST ID:SMUWSY0K No.35344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35339
I wish he didnt. Who needs that smelly bum.
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James randi - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 18:14:23 EST ID:F8BTGytS No.35350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OK I'm back in Babylon. This will be a mini update for now, later I'll write a more detailed account of my last few months. But the short version is I've been living in Switzerland in the Capitol, doing too much acid and busking.
Switzerland has been the easiest country to live homeless in so far. I can live off societies excess quite easily.

I was in rainbow gathering again.
I met a fellow 420 Chan poster there who said that this thread had inspired them to also start vagabond traveling.
So shout out to Ben who is still up on that God dammed mountain top at the rainbow. I look forward to your thread man.
I was 100% convinced pretty much no one read this thread so I had been getting more lax with updates, but Ben has reinvigorated my writing appetite, so expect a lot more update and pics in the near future.

I'm back in Bern for a few weeks because I'm broke and I wanna get some cash because I have a hot new dutch girl friend in Holland that I want to visit. I can rest and restore my funds and supplies quite easily in Bern.

OK talk at y'all latter
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Doris Sanninghall - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 23:10:28 EST ID:1BpN9uMM No.35351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35350
Ben's been dead for forty years!

Your art's pretty cool man. work a cat into one of those and you'll have a winner I promise
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Samantha Meatflap - Tue, 15 Aug 2017 10:07:07 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35350
Nice man, yeah I read these too, dont know how many others do but I hope you continue to update, I'm gonna be a traveller next by year hopefully so I want to hear all the sage wisdom you have, on top of my genuine interest of your adventures.
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Cyril Fipperdock - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 05:04:34 EST ID:AHMuYWZG No.35353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your adventure is so cool. It's something I don't think I could do but I love reading your travels it sounds so awesome. I'm amazed at how much did you get dumpster diving, the food looks fine!
Since you asked for a question, does it ever get lonely traveling so much? I know you meet many people but I can't imagine the connections made run deep ( I could be wrong).
Keep us updated friend!
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James Randi - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 14:48:59 EST ID:9UuCkII8 No.35398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey guys,

Sorry for the long gap of real content. Like I said I was really under the impression that no one read this thing.

So last update was me going to Switzerland. I hitched there and arrived starving and out of money.

The ride I got dropped me near the edge of the city, I had about 4km to walk to my friends house. I was exhausted and totally in survival mode. I stopped at a park along the way with a fountain. I saw two hippies rolling a joint and eating sandwiches.
I struck up a conversation with them, they told me they lived in the near by forest in a camp with several other people.
Then they offered me a sandwich and a super long joint.
Those two things saved my fucking life. I instantly felt recharged. Then they offered me to spend the night in their camp.

The next day I went to my friends house.
I stayed in my friends flat on and off between the camp in the woods and some other friends places.

Switzerland is the most expensive country Ive ever been to and one of the most expensive in the world. I found it a little difficult at first to cope with the super high cost of every thing.
A coffee at Mc Donalds costs 4 swiss francs (Cfr), a pack of cigarettes costs about 9 Cfr.
(At the moment of writing the euro is worth 0.873 to 1Cfr).

But I ended up making a lot of connections pretty quickly around Bern (the capitol). And also quickly found the best dumpster ever to get continuously good food from.
I also did bottle recycling to make cash. You get 2Cfr for some bottles.
One of my friends also used to own a head shop in the past. So he had like twenty cheap ass Chinese weed grinders left over. He let me constantly come and fill up bags of the shit grinders and Id walk around selling them for one or two francs.
They recently also legalized CBD weed in Swiss, so I was also selling loose CBD cigarettes. I sold them 3 days in a row to the waiting line to get into a music festival in Bern, doubling my money every day.

Near the end of my time in Bern (before rainbow gathering) I started dating this girl. She seemed pretty chill.
She was really interested in going to rainbow and had never been before. So I invited her to come with me.
But before the rainbow there was another cool festival in Signau (south Switzerland) called Fire Fest.
It’s a lot like rainbow gathering but with a touch of burning man.
It’s a no money festival. So entry is free, there is a share kitchen and even composting toilets .
They also had lots of other good stuff like a security team, medics and more.
Also they are constantly building huge structures of wood and burning them the whole week of the festival.
The very first day of festival on our walk to the opening ceremony my girl friend very randomly and casually dumped me.
I was so taken by surprise of the whole thing that I was actually pretty hurt and couldn’t go to the opening ceremony and had to be alone for like an hour.

But after that the festival was pretty awesome.
I did acid 4-6 times that week.
I hooked up with a super beautiful woman from Canada who painted my portrait and did mushrooms and space cookies with me.
It was pretty magical. I am definitely going again next year.

Three separate times during the Fire fest I bumped into my ex girl friend. We talked and she said she wanted to still go to rainbow but we both agreed it wasn’t a good idea to go together.
Three separate god damned times.

I had found a ride the first day of fire festival that was going to rainbow gathering.
So I left on this ride and we spent the night at their house.
In the morning he received a text that my ex is on her way over to our place now.

God damn it.

So I had to drive for 3 days to rainbow with my ex who totally invited her self with out asking into the ride.
It sucked.

So we finally arrived with fresh spirits at the rainbow.
YAY!

We all decide to spend the night in the parking lot because this year the rainbow is on a mountain top that takes two days to reach.
But my ex decided to go now, just before sun set. We all tell her to wait till morning and that its dangerous to climb a mountain at night.
She ignores us and goes any way.

We woke up in the morning ate breakfast. My ex was back, she had made it to the first welcome center 1/4th of the way of the mountain and decided rainbow wasn’t for her and came down. She wouldn’t talk about why she was doing this. And then tried to steal my last fucking cola. I called her out on it and she was like no she wanted it. I made her give it back and she called me heartless and walked away.

Oh well.
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James Randi - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 15:00:12 EST ID:9UuCkII8 No.35399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35398
So I ran into one of my best friends before going up. He’s from Brunei, a tiny south east Asian country. We went up the mountain together.
We carried about twenty kg of gear. Every step we took felt as though it were ten steps. I can seriously say it was the most work Ive done in my life climbing this mountain. It was mostly walkable paths but they were pretty steep in most of the places and then a few times there were actual climbs.
We got to a the first welcome center and spent then the night. I met a cute girl who I talked to a bit.
We ate dinner, we smoked we chilled and had a good time.

The next day I woke and had some coffee and joint. That same girl that I spoke to night before was handing out sancks to some people so I joined, I was starving.
She had Cashew butter. I decided to try and flirt with her. I had just been dumped and when that happens its more or less the only time in my life I actually seek out women.
Good rich food is a bit of a rarity at the rainbow so the cashew butter was an amazing gift, so I jokingly asked her to marry me.
We kept talking for a while and I kept flirting.

Then me and my friend decided to keep going up the mountain.
We finished the next leg of the climb in a single day.
We stopped at the next welcome center briefly though at the half way point and that girl was there again! Cool, we talked more.

We got to the top just around the call for food circle.
Food circle is exactly what it sounds like. A communal meal with most of the people there that is cooked by who ever felt like helping in the kitchen.
I walked around for a few minutes again before sitting down to eat and lo and behold that girl was there again!

We decided to eat together and then ended up spending the entire rest of the rainbow together! We were rarely apart.
I’ve totally ended up falling in love with her. Infact I am writing this on her PC right now in Holland, about an hour train ride from Amsterdam.
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James Randi - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 15:18:03 EST ID:9UuCkII8 No.35400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35399
The rainbow was a blast, I even did acid one more time there with my gf.
There were amazing people and awesome adventures every day there. I even started writing a Dungeons and Dragons campaign with my gf during the Rainbow.
We intended to play it there with the hippies but we ended up not finishing writing it before we left.
I did have a few things about rainbow that I didn’t enjoy though.
Since the gathering was on top a giant mountain it was really difficult to bring new food up the mountain as often as we needed it. So the meals tended to be small and always vegan.
The area we were in was shaped like the mouth of a dormant volcano or a bowl. So the area on the mountain was actually quite small for the 4000+ people there.
Its like a desert climate up there. During the day it’s a trillion degrees and dry as fuck then at night it gets more humid and cold as fuck.
Then its also storming constantly, one minute it’s a bright blue day then the next it’s the black apocalypse written about in the old tales.

The storm had even killed a man, it knocked a tree down and crushed him in front of his family.
Another man died of a heart attack.
And one more had fallen off the mountain the day we were leaving.
Fucking metal.

So then I made my way back to Bern to recover a bit and gain some weight back I lost at rainbow. I did some busking and relaxing and binge ate.
The first day back I ate so much that I for the first time in my life I vomited from over eating. It was glorious.
I pooped in a real toilet and drank real coffee.
It was a transformative experience.

The thing I love most about rainbow is how primitive its gets at times. So that when I return, things that were so normal and every day become magic again.
I texted my ex saying in a much more polite way “Yow what the fuck was up with your behaviour”?
She said more or less “I don’t gotta explain shit” then blocked me.

Oh well.

So then I made it to The Netherlands where I’m staying with my gf and some other friends occasionally . Were getting an apartment in the next few weeks and Im getting a part time farming job to do along side busking.
This winter our plan is to leave Holland for some where much warmer and to do some traveling.

That’s more or less what I’ve been up to for a few months, doing too much acid, going to fire fest, rainbow and then to the present.

I’ve been to amsterdamn a few times now, I gotta say the weed is too expensive, the tourists make me want to punch some one and redlight district is still a bit of a weird place to me full of mostly bored looking women in garish costumes and crowds of stoned drunk tourists.


The weed outside amsterdam is good and way cheaper.

Well as usual fell free to ask me any questions.
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James Randi - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 15:22:26 EST ID:9UuCkII8 No.35401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35398
****my friend had like twenty thousand grinders

not twenty
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Molly Puttingchudging - Sat, 02 Sep 2017 18:33:34 EST ID:AHMuYWZG No.35402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35401
Awesome stuff man. Screw your ex she sounds like a jerk and was just using you to get to the festival.
Anyway bro keep it going.

As for a question, how do you feel about the experience considering your going on two years abroad.
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Samantha Meatflap - Sun, 03 Sep 2017 05:08:17 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Always interesting to hear from you, I have plans for next spring but everytime I read your posts I think "man why dont I just hook up with this guy", anyway interesting shit.

I was planing on getting a bike and some travelling gear and just fucking go next year when it warms up, probably still will, hit up all the cannafests in britain along the way, if I ever end up in Holland or if I'm in the same location as you we should totally hang out.

So questions, what are your experiences and advice with drugs? I'm for cannabis due to the fact its really not that harmful but you seem to know about other drugs too so I'm curious.
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Rebecca Turveyridge - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 11:32:49 EST ID:BUaS29PI No.35413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35400
Slowing down any yet? Is the road starting to take its toll? Not to be pessimist, just curious.
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James Randi - Sun, 10 Sep 2017 05:14:39 EST ID:YF8R1BHh No.35427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35403
>So questions, what are your experiences and advice with drugs?
Dude are you a cop?
>>35413
Some times it gets me down. I can't lie some times my life style can be very stressful and difficult. But over all Im way happier now than I ever was before my travel.
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Nigel Grimville - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 00:32:20 EST ID:0e1Af6iY No.35430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35427
Hey man, not read it all but sounds interesting, am also a bit of a traveler, where abouts are you at the moment? Do you record your travels anywhere else?
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Esther Sedgewick - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 13:11:16 EST ID:p+fvKGRY No.35432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35350
Yo man, it's Ben. I ended up staying till the last few days of the rainbow before heading off with a group of buskers around italy then onto france a few days ago. We stayed outside the squat at Lido, Shareef is wild.

Was really cool meeting you, I'll do a proper post in the next weeks.

peace
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James Randi - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 12:00:31 EST ID:aZKMP2hs No.35434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35432
Yo, I thought you died man!

Im so happy you saw Shareef! I was a bit worried about him because he's always getting in trouble with the law and is a refugee, so I figured he was gonna get sent home any day now.

I'm in the Netherlands with my GF, we made a plan that some time just after christmas were going to south east asia, probably vietnam.
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Fanny Billingwater - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 12:59:34 EST ID:qrKQeZZ7 No.35452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35450
Why leave Europe?

Asia is a lot harder to busk to survive in rather than the touristy EU with lots of dumb white people with too much money. You're gonna stick out more in Asia too. And I imagine getting back to EU or US if you decide to give it up at some point will probably be much harder. Unless you can get deported or something over there.
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Phoebe Lighthall - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 09:24:24 EST ID:qrKQeZZ7 No.35456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35455
So you want to settle down in Vietnam?
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Beatrice Sallerforth - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 20:42:31 EST ID:qrKQeZZ7 No.35458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35457
I can only imagine what your children's hair will look like.

Have fun. Remember if your relationship goes South, the Vietnamese have sideways vaginas.
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Oliver Dudgesut - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 07:52:06 EST ID:GJJJLLWq No.35459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35457
better pay her a nose surgery mate
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Cedric Grimbury - Wed, 27 Sep 2017 17:27:58 EST ID:17dQyzYm No.35460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35457
>pic related. Try not to jizz all over the screen

Hey, man I understand beauty is subjective. But their really isnt anything special about her, other that her eyes.
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Fucking Neblingnadging - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 00:49:05 EST ID:F6Y82VKl No.35461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35457
She's super-cute. Don't know why people above are being dicks.

Looking forward to your future stories of adventure.
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Shit Cablingstetch - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 05:00:44 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35461
Quadroon.
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James Randi - Sun, 01 Oct 2017 11:37:55 EST ID:IMy3QcJT No.35464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35458
Hey guys

I've been working this job for like 4 weeks now.
It's physically hard work mainly harvesting, preparing and sorting vegetables. I'm actually building some muscle for the first time in my life since I was like 19. The work isn't actually that dificult at all and I get along well with the boss man and all the co workers.
I've learned how to drive a tractor and a fork lift.
I'm slowly building up a bit of cash towards my escape to the other side of the world again! I've really been trying to hustle my art a bit more online as well so that helps.

The Netherlands is honestly quite boring and dull. I find Amsterdam way over rated tbh. It's full of stoned drunk tourists who clog the streets only seeing the city either through a miasma of weed smoke or they are chinese tourists looking only at the world through their two thousand euro cameras like wide eyed idiots.

Also the red light district is more creepy than anything and is only a disappointing 4 square blocks or so. The women run the spectrum from genuinely super hot women who shake their asses in the windows all night to very bored ugly looking women looking their phones in one dirty hand and holding a sad looking sex toy in the other.

I'm pretty high.

Im gonna go watch star trek, it's my day off.
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William Sicklespear - Sun, 01 Oct 2017 22:50:59 EST ID:7O+PDJ2n No.35466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35465
Plz I want to buy your prints
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Augustus Dillerstere - Mon, 02 Oct 2017 08:25:33 EST ID:1qEZQSOu No.35467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35464
You should know what the dam is by now.
Britlander here, I would love to live in the NL, but its too damn flat. Nicer towns like Utrecht, Amersfoort and Groningen exist, but Im guessing those chinese tourists and stoners you despise in amsterdam might be more likely to give money to buskers.
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Alice Sommerman - Mon, 02 Oct 2017 09:15:32 EST ID:rcRfq9Gr No.35468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35464
tbh, driving a forklift or tractor isn't all that bad. You can sorta loose yourself in your work doing. I had a job driving a forklift and time has never passed so quickly at work. An hour can seem like 5 minutes has passed. Pay is okay and most people are too afraid to do it. It's fun work and also pretty easy to come by.

Working on a farm can pass 12 hours in a flat second too if you aren't doing everything by hand and are actually using decent machinery. But sounds like you're harvesting and sorting by hand so that probably sucks.

Good luck. As always.
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Shit Binkinhood - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 04:52:46 EST ID:XTB0bexo No.35474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35464
what did you think of that star trek

this is my fucking arc rn
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James Randi - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 08:17:40 EST ID:IMy3QcJT No.35475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35474
It's pretty fantastic over all. My only negative criticisms are obviously the whole visual style is completely not like the show but more like the movie which is a bit confusing....it's set in the original time line right?

Also episode 3 is sort of possibly continuity breaking depending on what happens in episode 4.


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