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Truckers

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- Sat, 20 Jul 2019 10:29:26 EST 99kgUE1S No.36083
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Anyone here a trucker?
What's that like?
How much can I make year 1?
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Jack Chupperman - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 11:56:56 EST 99kgUE1S No.36087 Reply
>>36084

Oh and why would I avoid Christian companies? I'm not Christian myself, but they are usually happy and caring folks. Definitely my favorite out of all the religious people.
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Priscilla Goodforth - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 13:45:03 EST BKUctP1h No.36090 Reply
>>36087
They usually use Jesus to draw in people who are push-overs and shit. Not always the case but usually they are using their religion to hide a bunch of bullshit they do behind the scenes. There is always some bullshit where they are fucking with pay or giving you complete turds for equipment and giving you shit routes etc. There are just better companies out there.

It isn't meant to be a shot at christianity or christians. You just got a few folks in any business who will do that shit. It is like working for a church or whatever. Most of them are going to be cheap as all fuck and expect you to do shit for the kindness out of your heart.

New york

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 20:06:20 EST VsT+27Gn No.36080
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This is from the worst part of ny (not nyc)
This "city" is just the worst

Backpacking/Thru Hiking/Hiking general

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- Mon, 19 Nov 2018 16:34:56 EST Qdq0zIao No.35935
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This is a thread to discuss Thru Hiking, also called backpacking and also hiking in general. Not to be confused with the other type of backpacking: traveling around for cheap with just what you can carry on your back. This thread is a bit more specific and is for discussing trail hikes or even backcountry trailblazing. Techniques, supplies, gear, luxuries, psychology, physical preparation and effects, etc.

What's your favorite hike you've done? My favorite was the Hidden Canyon Trail in Zion National Park. It had a beautiful view, some really sketchy segments (the trail was cut into the side of a cliff and it was so narrow that there was a chain on the side of the cliff to hold onto) and I even got to see some mountain goats.
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Archie Cuzzlewock - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 17:02:31 EST Qdq0zIao No.35938 Reply
>>35937
Shit also, my Merrell Hiking boots. A lot of people say use trail runners but I've found ankle support to be invaluable on the trail because when you're in the groove it is pretty easy to step on a rock and twist and ankle.
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James Randi - Sun, 25 Nov 2018 12:11:41 EST ZZWaHc37 No.35947 Reply
I hitched across europe like 4 times. Not exactly hiking but its hiking adjacent.

I seriously underestimated what gear to bring first time out

Things I should of had but didn't.

A better tent (not a one person boddy bag essentially)
Sleeping mat
Better shoes
Lighter and more compact gear. But it seems most "compression" gear is massivly more expensive.
bigger bag. ( chose a 50L bag, I should of chosen the 70L)
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Martha Bronkinwell - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 23:00:09 EST WA5A0FnF No.36057 Reply
>>35936
>not lightweight
>dumping shit 2 weeks in
>wasting money
dude just go fancy feast stove

Liveaboard Life

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- Tue, 01 Dec 2015 12:29:39 EST 5DvRBJj3 No.33125
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Hey /vroom/,

So I've been saving money for a year now and living cheap at my parent's place with the general plan that "I'm going to go travelling when I feel ready." Well, I have around 10,000 saved and am feeling pretty ready to go out and do something!

So initially I thought of backpacking for a few months, but plane tickets would eat up most of my savings and then when it's over it's over, time to save money again.

Then I thought of two other things I'd like to do - living in an RV or a Sailboat.

I have years of experience with both RV camping and Boating, so I'm pretty confident on the technical side of things. I guess why I'm posting is just to get it out there - fuck it, I think I'm gonna drive down to the beach after christmas and trade my car for a sailboat and start following the coast!

I work online and don't need 24/7 internet access so long as I can connect every few days to upload documents and answer emails. That and I'm open to the random odd jobs on shore.

Anyone on 420chan ever done the liveaboard thing? What was your experience?
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Matilda Hibbleludge - Sat, 25 Aug 2018 02:54:30 EST nXf+PdMB No.35846 Reply
>>35641
I don't think I've ever seen an ATM that gives more than 400 per transaction and most banks, especially the ones a drunk guy would be using, won't allow many. if any, transactions after that so he couldn't have gotten that much for it.
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Emma Gundlehad - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 21:59:28 EST g3W7fD/I No.36049 Reply
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Sunny seas are best

Sell or Donate

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- Tue, 02 Oct 2018 05:33:39 EST P07etRVv No.35883
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My old car really does not work anymore and I gotta give it away. I can sell it for $95 or donate it to the DMV, charity or whatever. What is better?
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Ian Fanridge - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 15:58:03 EST NAEbHjB3 No.35896 Reply
donate the car and write it off. for next years tax returns.
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Newt Gringrich - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 16:01:38 EST 70Ybgb7U No.35897 Reply
I've sent too many cars off to charity or driven them to the scrap yard for the hundred bucks. It sucks and doesn't get you a new car.
Honestly, list it on craigslist if you have the title, as is
Or sell off some parts, look at ebay for examples, trim pieces, chrome grilles, door handles are gold to those who need them.
I mean, or whatever, the $95 will at least get you a cheap bicycle.
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Fuck Penkinput - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 21:42:09 EST 1Q6m1NB/ No.36044 Reply
Sell it for scrap metal. That's worth something

Travel videos - Youtube

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- Tue, 07 Aug 2018 16:15:01 EST Qrl4Uflr No.35836
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Recently started a Youtube Channel to make some Travel vids. Any of you have some great tips on how to improve the videos and the overall quality?

Would love to further grow in this!
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Barnaby Gonnerspear - Tue, 14 May 2019 08:02:10 EST +S933igE No.36022 Reply
Get a handheld gimbal camera mount.
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Edwin Nickleworth - Tue, 28 May 2019 14:23:12 EST CW2WSS/A No.36033 Reply
>>35836

I don't know, man. I think you need to see what kind of style / topics fit you.

e.g. there's this guy on YT called Bald & Bankrupt, he makes these documentary/interview style videos. There's practically 0 editing. He went to Belarus, met locals, "blended in", talked with them. It's very real, I guess.

Good luck to you, these kind of videos are amazing if done properly!

App: New Job City Data Finder

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- Fri, 06 Jan 2017 13:15:43 EST +nbt7WKU No.34650
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How often do you think people are in a situation where 1) they want to get a new job and 2) they want to mvoe and 3) they cant decide where to move to?

Well I'm developing an app that cross-references a bunch of information for you in order to get an idea of where to go, generating a result like the picture <--


Personally, I've never traveled or had to decide on a city. So can you guys tell me what other cool metrics you'd be interested if you were searching?
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breakabond !!D0XjIgKF - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 10:46:31 EST +nbt7WKU No.34671 Reply
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>>34668
It's actually a custom thing I've put hours and hours into at this point. I'll sell it to you for $25. Or if you want to pay me minimum wage, at least $200-ish.
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James Randi - Tue, 14 May 2019 08:17:04 EST eqt7wzgV No.36023 Reply
>>34650
literally bumping this from the last page to find out if it ever got any more development.

Cheap thrills in Tokyo

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- Thu, 01 Feb 2018 08:22:55 EST itdOBHMq No.35625
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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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Phoebe Hashnitch - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 14:32:07 EST pnA7RHXZ No.35740 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 itdOBHMq No.35758 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
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Esther Sannerkatch - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 19:17:29 EST 92SipTBh No.36013 Reply
The average delay of a Japanese bullet train is just 54 seconds, despite factors such as natural disasters. If the train is more than five minutes late, passengers are issued with a certificate that they can show their boss to show that they are late.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-42024020


Urban Camping General

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- Tue, 26 Mar 2019 07:16:17 EST ZZWaHc37 No.35993
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I've been camping and traveling and living the vagabond life since 2015.
This is my thread on how to advice you on how to find a place to camp in nearly any city while traveling.

First you need to consider the weather and what you need from your camp spot.
Will it be cold, will it be windy, will it be wet, will it be dusty, safe etc?

You should also get familiar with several camping techniques and some light bush crafting skills such as how to make a lean to that can hide your tent for example, make small hard to detect fires and so on.

Once you have that you want to start scouting for a location.
This relies heavily on the country and town your in on what you should be looking for. I live in a very population dense city so the best options are on the edge of town for example.
A less populated city will allow you to live closer to town.

Usually long term actual homeless people take up the best spots that are also usually the most visual. They rely on their stigma in society to be left alone.
You don't have this benefit. So we need to look a bit further off the beaten path.

In Europe I find some of the best easiest to find spots are under inaccessible highway overpasses.
Not big major ones either as they are loud, viable and usually covered in litter.
Go to one that isn't visible from the road or is between a bunch of weird highway connections for example.
They are usually totally over grown and litter free.
No one will ever bother you there. You can stay for months on end with a full camp site.

For more in the city, look for abandoned buildings obviously.
Other wise head to your largest park.
>Example
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donauinsel

There are about 100 people or so living in this park full time. But most of them live in the far north part of it where no really goes much.
I managed to find a spot right between two walking paths that was about 1/4 and acre but it was so dense no one bothered going in. I hollowed out the center area with my hatchet and and made a small camp.
For stealth camping like this get a portable gas burner.
I stayed in this camp nearly 6 months totally undisturbed.
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What's the best two person tent I can buy for under 200$?

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- Thu, 07 Jun 2018 04:19:15 EST IiDeSk3i No.35787
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What's the best two person tent I can buy for under 200$? Looking for one with plenty of room and can resist strong winds. Thanks
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Jack Fussleketch - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 14:48:24 EST jR8K4bLj No.35950 Reply
>>35787
I like Alps mountaineering stuff. Fairly cheap and my tent has lasted 5+ years of on and off camping/festivals.
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Cyril Gibblestone - Fri, 08 Mar 2019 20:28:37 EST C3o7hxnM No.35971 Reply
>>35787

A used serria designs clip flashlight or clip cd
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Matilda Blondernatch - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 03:00:55 EST 70Ybgb7U No.35976 Reply
Ali express has all kinds of stuff cheap if it's gotta be brand new.

navisphobia

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- Mon, 29 Oct 2018 22:18:32 EST AbLnoKgy No.35914
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I have come to realize that I am afraid of boats, not the water.

>look at that deviously plotting fucker
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Cedric Godgedale - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 17:08:22 EST C5y6AOy0 No.35953 Reply
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I am afraid of driving. Being a driver, driving a car. I get neck cramps after around 20 minutes and it hurts, the steering wheel is just too sensitive so I always freak out "what if the electrical power steering malfunctions and the wheel goes haywire?" and I sweat profoundly. I tend not to think about "what ifs" but I still shit pants every time I get behind the wheel.

Bicycles for fat people?

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- Thu, 16 Apr 2015 03:33:12 EST /fEhKZcZ No.32091
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Hey guys.

So im fat and i want to get a bicycle to hopefully lose some weight and be able to go anywhere i want (my car is broken).

But last time i was on a bike my bum was way too big for it and im also afraid ill be too heavy for the bike.

is there a solution to this?

pic unrelated
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Polly Seblingham - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 13:22:22 EST ZZWaHc37 No.35933 Reply
Buy a wider cushioned seat and seat cover it helps.

Im skeleton sinky and I use fat people seats because the stock seats are so narrow they like press up into my ass uncomfortably. They sell them any where they sell bikes.

I even had a really fat friend who needed to get a stronger stem (the bar attaching the seat to the frame) made of steel because the aluminum ones would bend. That may help.

Good luck man
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Thomas Sombleshaw - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 01:14:20 EST 70Ybgb7U No.35951 Reply
>>35919
You know what I think, get a beach cruiser and a hawiian shirt.
or, you know, they do make fat bikes and trikes
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Cedric Godgedale - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 16:56:19 EST C5y6AOy0 No.35952 Reply
>>35933
How heavy you have to be to bend a stem? This is the first time I've ever heard such thing in my life. My guess is the aluminium was probably cracked or of really bad quality.

Bird/Lymebike

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- Tue, 28 Aug 2018 16:33:41 EST n70s+sfW No.35848
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Thoughts on these electric scooter rentals?

I understand they’ve been annoying in bigger cities where you already have density and a lot of transportation options. But I think they’re awesome for mid-large cities and suburbs where everyone’s so dependent on cars.
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Reuben Goodspear - Mon, 01 Oct 2018 22:22:55 EST GKvch1NG No.35882 Reply
>>35879 sorry just looked it up the battery lasts for about 2000 cycles. Does anyone know if that means a full charge cycle? or what about partial charges? Could you extend the battery life by charging it only from say, 30%-80%?
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Caroline Tootshaw - Wed, 03 Oct 2018 21:49:31 EST VAimcEZy No.35886 Reply
>>35882

A full cycle is every time you recharge your battery to full charge after using it. Charging batteries after using 10-20-30-100% etc. Will not prolong battery life.

Partial charges are not recommended.

Try getting a replacement for your battery pack before it claps out to avoid wasting time later. Also if you plan to make small electric vehicles a part of your life look into a Battery Balance Charger/Discharger, they're quite handy for revitalizing batteries and a must if you feel like making your own battery packs (via laptop battery prospecting also you'd need a battery spot welder).

CHeck this vid for more info about batteries https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2sBhDxmPmA p. good eh.

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