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Illegal immigrant party by NOT James randi - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 17:32:23 EST ID:OXu99Knr No.35667 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I illegally immigrated/ over stayed my visa to Europe.
This thread is for other illegals to share experiences of their time as an illegal human.

Once I had a fuckin close call in being deported.


Any tips, tricks and cheat codes to fixing this?
If I exit the area I am illegal in and go to my embassy and ask for a new stamp in my pass port what would happen theoretically?

I was hitchiking into Vienna from Italy and the car I was in got pulled over for an out of date vehicle inspection sticker.
They seemed to ignore me for the entire 20+ minute stop.
Then they knocked on the window and asked to see my papers.
I have papers but they aren't really "valid"any more....
My hair was sticking up in every direction, my beard was also a bit wild. I had been on the road for 5 days. So I looked suspicious af.
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Henry Blackwater - Fri, 18 May 2018 03:58:47 EST ID:wZ0cUIgH No.35752 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35670
Freedom?
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Basil Wockledock - Sun, 20 May 2018 14:36:12 EST ID:209yH/G0 No.35756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35752

Then immigrate through the proper legal channels you subhuman trash.
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Edwin Gusslelock - Sun, 20 May 2018 14:39:44 EST ID:NtJDPsKA No.35757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35756
he said freedom
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Fanny Cankinwure - Tue, 22 May 2018 09:28:28 EST ID:mH7y7OZX No.35760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35757
okay, I'll send 100.000 poor 16 year olds from SEA to your neighbourhood, CUZ FREEDOM OF TRUVEL
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Ebenezer Smallcocke - Tue, 22 May 2018 21:05:10 EST ID:bcPLRNo9 No.35761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
be a really skilled bartender or server or man of the night, then buy your way back to america
maybe you could be president one day


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 Reply 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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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 14:49:48 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35691
He's never dealt with smuggling before, anon.
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Eugene Sandergold - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 01:22:36 EST ID:mH7y7OZX No.35698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35696
I've lost my passport and all my ID in a foreign country before and it was a surprisingly flawless experience to get home. I am an EU citizen though.
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James Randi - Wed, 16 May 2018 06:42:56 EST ID:EzI0kQcU No.35746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So a while since the last update.
Im gonna make a general post, if you guys have any questions or things you want me to elaborate on let me know.

So the last leg of the trip we went from The Netherlands to south italy then from south italy to portugal with my girlfriend. It was the longest hitching trip either of us ever made.
It was quite a trial but we made it through the other side as a stronger couple and stronger individuals.

We went to the Portuguese rainbow gathering. It was one of the smaller rainbows i've ever been to.


Now me and the GF have an apartment and Jobs in Lisbon. She does phone based customer support for dutch speaking people and I litteraly start a job as a Tuk Tuk driver tomorrow!
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James Randi - Wed, 16 May 2018 06:55:41 EST ID:EzI0kQcU No.35747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35746
I'll keep the thread going for now so it doesn't fall off of page 10 and post interesting things about the goings on of my life. But for now the travel is going to be minimal and the vagabonding is more or less over. I've got an appartment, a phone, internet, electricity and even a fucking washer and dryer.

Were in a tiny ass company provided appartment but were looking to upgrade.

I just want to thank all you guys for actually giving a shit and reading all my nonsense!
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James Randi - Tue, 22 May 2018 07:28:39 EST ID:EzI0kQcU No.35759 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So I just messaged a bunch of people who are also travelers that I know to see if they would be willing to be interviewed or to collaborate on a test pilot episode for a podcast about traveling.
I'll keep you guys updated.


Cheap thrills in Tokyo by Esther Wigglestudge - Thu, 01 Feb 2018 08:22:55 EST ID:itdOBHMq No.35625 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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like the subject said. Going for 10 days with two buddies this summer, we're staying in an air bnb deal (idk I'm not the one organizing that part)

Just need ideas for cheap ideas to do for days if it's raining and I'm super broke after dumping all my cash on interesting japanese cigarettes and weird merchandise.
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Basil Pubberhere - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 10:38:24 EST ID:3mOl4ZFe No.35684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Free, indoor:
Tsuki Fish Market
Tokyo Stock Exchange
Fukagawafudodo Temple (for the fire ceremony)
Akihabara radio center and monkey8 or whatever its called.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building viewing platform
Tokyo Hands/M's Pop Life/Don Quioxte department stores.

Cheap, Indoor:
All the museums
Going to an onsen
River cruise
Karaoke bars
Manga Cafes
Panchinko Parlours
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Yag Tiiger - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 06:44:49 EST ID:fOKaM6Bd No.35699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Go to Oarai?
https://imgur.com/a/00oLz
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 13 Apr 2018 23:14:58 EST ID:rwgVxt83 No.35700 Report Quick Reply
Go to a pro wrestling show at Korakuen Hall.
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Phoebe Hashnitch - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 14:32:07 EST ID:pnA7RHXZ No.35740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35625
Spend some time just riding the overground trains and check out the landscape. it's beautiful really and the more rural areas are great to visit especially if you can find the local attractions.
In cities the gaming arcades are a lot of fun too. Pretty much any arcade game you can think of is available if you want to just spend a day playing whatever you can.
If you find some company bar hopping is great too. there's a big variety
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Phoebe Drellyledge - Mon, 21 May 2018 07:00:48 EST ID:itdOBHMq No.35758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thanks for the ideas dudes, it's only 4 weeks to go now and I have a healthy list of shit to do.
>Dont forget its illegal to smoke on many streets (bars tend to be ok though)

fascinating. My apartment and street are non smoking so I gotta go scope out the nearest place to get my nicotine into my body


Insulated tent by Betsy Bleblingched - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 23:49:39 EST ID:h0iFf5LS No.35591 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There's a half decent chance I might have to live out of my car in the upcoming future, and that's something I'm fine with except that it's a fucking tiny vehicle (scion iq). While I still have a modicum of disposable income I was thinking about investing in a tent that would at least allow me to lie down instead of having to sleep in the seats. This winter has me fucking worried about freezing to death doing so though.

Can anyone recommend a tent/brand with decent thermal insulation? I'm on the mason-dixon line so I'm not trying to survive the Canadian wilderness or anything crazy, just looking to sleep outside without freezing to death. The cheaper the better, but I understand quality costs some money. Thanks for any recs
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Grover McWilliams - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 01:23:19 EST ID:4NGFOTkZ No.35593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35591

I'm no tent expert, but unless you're deep in the forest, I'd recommend skimping on the tent and getting yourself a solid sleeping bag. Exposure is a real thing almost year-round in most places, and a big, airy tent or cold metal car aren't going to help much.
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Charlotte Dezzletudge - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 05:27:25 EST ID:3nOWOExB No.35707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35591
The tent isn't really going to insulate. Don't pay too much for a tent but use that money to get a good sleepingbag and mat.
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Matilda Mammerstudging - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 23:57:35 EST ID:T8axXUv0 No.35714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35591
In my experience, much of which was gained living in the tent in the left in your image (the one on the right is an embark 2man that my fiancé and I used as storage at that time), you’re going to want something in the 2-4man range, with a tarp underneath and another over the top. “Waterproof” doesn’t last long. You’re still going to need good ventilation, so don’t burrito the tent. Paracord and bowline knots help immensely. Dig a rain trench around the tent, and make sure you’re not in a flood plain.
A cot couldn’t hurt but that’s a longer term item. A tall airbed with a rug under it will save your back.
Get a two burner propane camp stove, fast food isn’t a good long-term solution.
As has been said itt: no insulated tents (hence tarps), don’t sleep directly on the ground (add layers or altitude), and get a good sleeping bag. My bag was rated for 0f and kept me toasty in the embark my first new year’s without walls. Pic related, this is that tent new year’s day on the pacific coast.


If you’re positive you can maintain your vehicle, trade for a van and stick your mattress in the back. Honestly, if you intend to unfuck your life in under the five years it took me, get a van, deck it out all cozy-like, and do your best to blend into the background. Moving a few hours away might help in that regard.
Don’t get an rv, they’re cop magnets and they generally get run out of town. A minivan blends in well, a full size van is more comfortable but blends slightly less.
Walmart, Home Depot, 24-hour grocery stores, and some shopping center parking lots are usually safe places to sleep in a vehicle. Keep yourself and your vehicle legal or kiss it goodbye. You might find an acquaintance’s METHod a bit more your style- move every several hours from one known safe spot to another from your list of many spots to kill time that you’re gonna want to mentally make in the first couple months.

If your vehicle looks scuzzy and/or lived-in at first glance, expect to have tweakers, crackheads, and/or junkies trying to sell to or buy from you regularly. Keep it clean or you might start losing things (including bits of yourself).

Good luck out there.
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Betsy Trothood - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 00:51:24 EST ID:QvfkDMXF No.35719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35591
Just get a cheap bivy, a mat, and then spend the bulk of the money on a good sleeping bag.
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Oliver Figglestock - Sun, 20 May 2018 11:13:41 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35714
>van
Box Van. Though they can stand out more than a minivan, they get completely ignored as it's assumed to just be another random work vehicle. Rofl, I've had people try and wave me into loading bays when I just wanted to shop.


Engine 'overheating' by Yticolev Leska - Sun, 20 May 2018 03:59:10 EST ID:GwV3jmlU No.35753 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I drive a 2003 Hond Civic, bought used at 110k, Nearly 180k miles now. Radiator replaced at 120k or so.

Sixty-thousand miles accumulated, a problem occurs. Throughout last winter, cabin heat would mot work; until reaching speeds of 40-45 mph, and only after driving for 30 minites or so. Coolant check, oil change, check. Continue without much problem.





I begin to notice that when I turn my cabin temp to hot, regardless of turning air-flow on, my temp gague on my dash rockets up to unsustainable levels.

My questionis whether or not I oughta investigate the thermostat, the thermoswitch for the the belt fan, should I check my water pump (i also see a greater effect ofthe same described phenomenon once going uphill for a prolonged period), do i just have an air pocket in my air system? I have spiders in my vents too. what should i do?

I have some expendable monies in the range of less than 1k.
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Oliver Figglestock - Sun, 20 May 2018 11:03:41 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35753
Did you even attempt to let the car warm up, before turning the heat on?


post your ride I : the phantom motor vehicle by Ebenezer Pittingkuck - Sun, 13 Apr 2014 03:51:04 EST ID:1NyBhKVk No.30192 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A long long time ago, in a factory far away, your vehicle was made.

Post em.

sissy bikes need not apply
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Edwin Seffingdock - Sat, 28 Apr 2018 05:29:55 EST ID:MLv+2SkU No.35737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35736

I endured with that shit Supra for two months (notice how I was the only douche without suspension and a suspiciously high clearance on front). It was so beat and I doubt it was making more than 110hp at the time.

I was the comedic relief for the most part because I've always preferred cars with low power. in the end I got a stock '92 single jingle EG4 and never looked back until I had to sell it that is, it still runs but the actual owner riced it for the most part.

Oh and the guy who bought the MKIV almost killed himself with it because he didn't listen to my warnings (the suspension was niggr rigged from at least 4 different Yotas and the front springs were sourced from a 89 pajero) and the car itself was technically two cars (welded halves).

Pic related, it was one of the places where many crimes against motorsport were committed.

Maybe I should stop posting because i'm drunk as shit and i'm reminiscing way too much.
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Walter Fuckingwell - Sat, 28 Apr 2018 10:07:28 EST ID:NKdo9Lti No.35738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35737
Lol I like cars, I find your posts about them genuinely interesting.
I like slow cars too. Although 75hp with a 5 speed manual is "faster" than ~110hp with a 4 speed auto, that's 100% sure.
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Jarvis Gandledere - Sun, 06 May 2018 07:52:32 EST ID:30ZQXCGH No.35745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Pardon the messy garage.

Just picked this up yesterday, my first motorcycle. 2017 Lifan KRP200. 198cc, single cyl., fuel injected, water cooled. About 100 miles to the gallon with a 3.7 gallon tank. Perfect for my 14 mile round trip to work.
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trayanise !rU8mq5Ca7M - Thu, 17 May 2018 18:51:32 EST ID:6rBPFVHE No.35750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>30809
RIP lil bike. The storage gods were unkind. Now I have this hunk o crap, til we replace it. So glad I don’t have to sleep in it anymore.

I seem to have fallen for Subaru Crosstreks and outbacks and hope to get one at some point. Based on the number of Subarus itt, I think I might not be stupid for it.
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trayanise - Fri, 18 May 2018 01:20:32 EST ID:SXhb+KaI No.35751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35750


Van life by Samuel Fimmlewill - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 22:19:48 EST ID:VWIRaXmQ No.35585 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm starting an extended road trip in my camper van tomorrow.

I'm doing this because I'm pretty sure I have avoidant personality disorder and every tactic I've tried to force myself to interact regularly with people I know has failed. Anytime I socialize with people my brain just goes into fucking retard mode afterwards and keeps summoning up memories of things I did that I rationally know are no big deal at all and giving me horrible anxiety over them. It's worse with people I know and care about. My rational mind is a slave to my emotions; I'm just not strong enough to push through. I figure at the root of the issue is a lack of self esteem and a lack of self control. I think I can work on both by training martial arts and getting out of my room and acquiring more life experiences.

In the past when I tried to take martial arts classes I always felt like I embarrassed myself and wasn't able to make myself go back. On the road I can just go to a new place and start all over fresh each time, abusing free trials so I don't have to pay for the lessons. It will be a good way to get some exposure therapy while still satisfying my avoidant tendencies. Regular interactions and friendships will come later hopefully.

My first destination will be Florida to wait out the coldest part of the year, then I'll start heading west to California and then go north up the coast as the seasons change so I stay nice and comfy. Looking forward to that legal weed out west. I have some tools I can use to earn some money and some savings, so I hope I can keep it going for a while.

I guess I just made this thread so I have somewhere to talk about what happens, although anyone else is free to talk about similar experiences ITT. I hope you don't mind some blogposting. Wish me luck.
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Cornelius Sindlebodge - Thu, 25 Jan 2018 18:54:45 EST ID:GXrxok7b No.35614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35613

i hate discussing martial arts on the internet because for every person doing traditional classical training there are 1000 MMA monkeys with primitive opinions, and most people never even consider people might train for different reasons. but if you seriously want to develop martial skill you need to pick 1 art and stick to it for 5-10 years before switching. hopping across dojos will give you a preview of many different teaching styles, combat strategies, and dojo cultures but it will be like trying to climb a mountain by testing out 40 different trails and only going a few steps up each trail. not to mention a deep relationship with your martial arts instructor is a part of the whole thing. you'll never get to an advanced level through bum-scamming. not saying your idea is bad but just have this in the back of your mind. still better to bum-scam your way across a variety of schools than to never learn anything. maybe after your trip you can focus on the style that appealed to you the most. in my opinion the farther back your instructor can trace their lineage (preferably to asia), the better.

also one flaming burning searing red flag of DO NOT WANT is if they have any form of "junior blackbelt." that is a warning sign they are willing to compromise their integrity for the sake of money. this is big in karate and taekwondo due to how many diluted mcdojos are out there.
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Ebenezer Cuttingsutch - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 09:53:05 EST ID:cVrD0cTG No.35648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I went to a Mardi Gras parade last night in Fairhope AL. It was an intensely lonely event for me. Seeing all those people with their friends and families while I was all by myself was pretty horrible. There weren't a lot of bars around and no open containers or anything so I stayed sober (I don't really like alcohol anyway) so I was unable to really talk to anyone.

They kept throwing things, mostly beads, at me from the floats even though I never once put up my hands or yelled because I had no desire for any of the things they were throwing. I must have ended up with nearly a hundred bead necklaces that I don't know what I'm going to do with. The floats were kind of neat but I'm just sitting here in my van feeling pretty depressed and eating junk food and I have no desire to go to another one. I was going to drive to New Orleans but all the parades today there are in the morning. There are more parades in Mobile, but I'll probably skip them too. It was just too lonely and depressing and not that much fun to be surrounded by people who are actually having fun.

It reminds me of why I dropped out of college. I was constantly surrounded by people having fun with friends while I remained alone, unable to make any connections with people and it depressed me to the point where I couldn't get out of bed.
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Barnaby Gibblechedge - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 06:23:49 EST ID:QzoqRps2 No.35654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35648

when you get home, create a gritty depressing anime based on your experiences. i can see it in my mind's eye, a man with jeans and a white button-up shirt and scruffy black hair, walking around with a beer in hand at this huge festival, glowering with anger and disappointment, a little black squiggle cloud above his head...
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Edward Fanforth - Thu, 03 May 2018 21:48:45 EST ID:wpZAUfI8 No.35741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm still on my trip but at this point I just want to go home. I've basically failed to change again, as always. Asking me to socialize with people is like asking a person with a fear of heights to climb a 50 foot tree. I just can't make myself do it, even just to go to martial arts classes, even with the ability to never go back. I just can't deal with the fear and anxiety I feel.

Isolating myself even farther on the trip was the exact opposite of what I needed to do. I know my depression will never go away unless I end the isolation, and if the depression is there, it will make it harder to do everything, including controlling myself and challenging myself and interacting with people. I can't just fight through it. I need to end the depression by ending the isolation and this roundabout strategy didn't work. None of my strategies work because I don't have any self control and cannot follow through on any of the plans I make to help myself.
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James Randi - Wed, 16 May 2018 11:00:41 EST ID:EzI0kQcU No.35748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35741
Just started reading your thread. I wish you luck on your journey brother.
I suggest going to a rainbow gathering. There you will meet a lot of other odd ball people who live in vans. They can give you advice, their willing to listen to your problems and mostly genuinely want to help.

Also try looking for meet ups on various sites like couch surfing on face book. That way if it goes sour then you can just bail with no social consequences.
Also try an app called park 4 night. Idk if it works in the us but it lists all the spots you can park over night, lit's prices of camp spots, shows free ones and water points.

Good luck man.


Swap options by Martin Clollysack - Fri, 04 May 2018 02:04:35 EST ID:G9cNXinm No.35742 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So basically when I bought the truck from a friend I knew when the motor eventually blew I could always swap in a 350 and soup up from there. Are the any other possible builds or swaps for an s10 that are out there? It's a 92 extended cab 4.3 pic unrelated.
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Martha Binningspear - Sat, 05 May 2018 16:31:22 EST ID:7UndKwKL No.35743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35742
pretty sure that 350 and 454 swaps in s10s was super common back in the day
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Priscilla Blythestone - Sat, 05 May 2018 19:12:56 EST ID:kLBxN1J0 No.35744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
id stick to a gm smallblock or big block just because of how cheap and easy to repair the engines are


Spiders by Archie Dricklestug - Sat, 24 Feb 2018 23:53:42 EST ID:/verTmXy No.35658 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am interested in travelling to a couple countries, but I am a big time arachnophobe. What is the spider prevalence/size/poisonousness like in Uruguay, Nepal, Ireland, Mongolia, and Ethiopia?
Pic related, it's what I don't want crawling on me in my sleep.
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Wesley Fonningfit - Fri, 20 Apr 2018 10:35:19 EST ID:H/cVVQle No.35709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i dont think you will escape spiders on this earth unless you go to freezing cold places. so maybe nepal
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Thomas Brenningstone - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 03:23:11 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35709
Nope anon, there's even actic spiders.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic_wolf_spider
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Doris Simblebury - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 23:28:11 EST ID:4ZuaNcfu No.35713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35658
Dude, what is Uruguay doing in that list? And why would you want to go so specifically to Uruguay? To get an abortion? Buy free weed?

Anyway, as far as Uruguay goes, the furthest away you get from the city, the bigger the spiders will get. I'm guessing you won't get monster-african-spiders like you may find in Ethiopia though.
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Betsy Trothood - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 00:53:00 EST ID:QvfkDMXF No.35720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35658
Nigga, spiders are venomous not poisonous.
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Fucking Cannersere - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 01:22:13 EST ID:/verTmXy No.35739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35713
Uruguay seemed like an interesting place, very cosmopolitan and modern with a clean, mild government. I already speak Spanish, and have admired José Mujica for quite some time. Good enough reasons for at least a stowaway visit, but with the way you have described the spiders, I think I won't bother.

Ok, never going to Ethiopia and I'm never going to Uruguay. I'll mark them off of the map.
>>35720
I'll take your word for it.


China's Security by Samuel Huttingworth - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 12:13:22 EST ID:4ZuaNcfu No.35712 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Io! How's it going? I'm travelling to Hong Kong, China, and maybe some other country in SE Asia at the end of this year and wanted to ask a couple questions.

If anyone's from around there/has travelled there, would you care to answer if:

Do they check your stuff to check you don't have anything against the regime (say, books on politics, for example)?

Are you allowed to take food from other countries into China/HK? (say, a bigass bag of tee, for example). Oh, and tobacco. Can I take some tobacco with me, or will I get stripped in the border?

Can you get weed, MD-, or psys in HK or in mainland China? How dangerous/expensive is it? Can you get any drugs at all there? In case we get some, is it safer for a man or for a woman to carry it? (I mean, who tends to get checked more).
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Jenny Binningstone - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 03:24:25 EST ID:H/cVVQle No.35716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if u are going to hk i wouldnt worry about literature. for alcohol and tobacco, there will be a clearly displayed limit on the amount you can bring through without paying some tax or being denied or whatever. usually its a lot, like several bottles of liquor or a few cartons of cigs or something before they give a shit. dry packaged foods such as tea are fine, they just stop produce and fruit and animals. but for any illegal drugs like weed just forget about it. you gotta be in the know, and youll be a clueless foreigner, and the potential consequences for it can be extreme


I want to roll. by Edwin Bonningfoot - Sun, 01 Apr 2018 20:45:37 EST ID:pGgVj4AM No.35692 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just graduated basic. Got 2 grand to blow. I want to buy a small motorcycle, but I have no clue where the fuck to find one. Father told me not to buy one offline, but it was 1997 since he was able to afford shit, so I don't know whether or not to take his advice.
Pic related, current mode of travel. Only gets 1.2 miles to the cigarette.
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Augustus Sibblehood - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 00:51:42 EST ID:oPMGLTNN No.35701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
buy a used car that's only 2 years old and date a stripper
come on, young buck, all the other guys are doin it
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Basil Nebblelug - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 11:20:42 EST ID:mH7y7OZX No.35702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35701
2 years old car for 2k?
lol op your best bet would be to buy a decent late 90s car for $1000. Then smoke weed for the rest of the money. thats what i would do.
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Sidney Bisslefudge - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 17:47:18 EST ID:oPMGLTNN No.35703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35702
For every 10 guys that get out of bootcamp 12 of them go get financed for a 2-4 year old "newish" car. Some get married to girlfriend material so they can get that bonus pay.
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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 03:03:52 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35702
$250 honda. Pump it full of stopleak and drive it til it dies, then scrap it for beer money.
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Matilda Mammerstudging - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 00:11:03 EST ID:T8axXUv0 No.35715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35692
1.2 miles to the cig? Shamtastic bag of dicks, ain’t you, private? Take the local motorcycle safety course, all the army’s bullshit programs, sign the “reflector belts deflect oncoming trucks” statement, and post a wanted ad at CIF’s building-to-parking-lot fence gate (“ETS time? Sell me your bike so you can pay CIF to spray paint your e-tool themselves!”, the dfac, and Craigslist.

Also, don’t ETS. The grass ain’t greener in civvies. Don’t fuck strippers either. And don’t you or your battles tell prospective long term relationships you’re military til after you’ve been together a couple months- the dependasaurus will sit its fat ass on the couch and eat all your money while complaining and denying you sex.

First team, first string, tankers lead the way


Smuggling using Private shipping courier UK to South Africa - Advice? - Safer in Checked Luggage? by Molly Ginderworth - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 19:55:44 EST ID:z/96XBH6 No.35705 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, hoping someone might have some insight on this.


I have also considered it just putting it in my suitcase that's checked luggage - I'm not sure what's riskier suitcase or private shipping. To be fair I've taken 30 or so Xan no issue in checked luggage before.

So I want to smuggle 10g of Bud, vacuumed sealed - 50 Xan bars & Wax concentrates & Hash - The plan to be to conceal it all within something and have it Express shipped by DPD who are similar to UPS, DHL, TNT Etc.

Any advice or insight or thoughts would be appreciated thanks!
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Phoebe Fuckingdock - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 20:17:25 EST ID:z/96XBH6 No.35706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35705
Update: Decided I'm not going to do the 10g of Weed & take Xanax in suitcase as it's easy I've done it 8 times now high amounts.

So for the international package it would be things they would see what look to be coins made of organic matter (the hash and concentrates) was going to put into a sealed birthday card along with a book


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