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Where do you see yourself in five years?
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Can we also talk to the person who’s reading this from, say, a ski town where they’re making minimum wage waiting tables or patrolling? A lot of these folks might think, Saving and investing seems impossible for me right now, making $13 an hour. Is there anything they can do differently to attain long-term financial freedom?

That’s a challenging lifestyle, but I like to think of it like an optimization game, because I lived it for a long time, too.

I grew up in a poor, small town. My parents probably had a middle-class income, but they lived so frugally that my siblings and I would never have known it. We were always the last family in school to get flashy new technologies, like the VCR or the microwave, and we generally had to buy our own toys or bikes or movie tickets. I started working at age 11 as a newspaper delivery boy—yes, I’m that old—and then cutting grass, painting houses, and working my way through minimum-wage jobs in order to save for college and pay for my own clothes, food, and gas and insurance for the rare times I was allowed to borrow the family minivan.

This made me really appreciate how valuable money is, so I learned to stretch it. The tricks were pretty basic: Don’t own a car unless you absolutely have to, and if you do, make sure it’s a manual-transmission Honda hatchback that you know how to maintain yourself. Cook your own food, brew your own beer, grow your own pot, and share a rental house with great friends rather than rent your own apartment. Work hard, and take a step up the ladder whenever you get a chance, and start a side hustle or help somebody else who has their own business. Save money, stay out of debt, and eventually you won’t have a shortage of money anymore.

I don’t want to sound too glib here—there’s still privilege inherent in my situation. But the biggest gift my parents gave me was the assumption that I need to work for what I get, and conserve it. Learning to optimize everything in order to have the most fun with the lowest cash flow was the real trick that made my teens and early twenties still work out well, even when I didn’t have money.

Many people put off financial planning, because it can be viewed as boring compared to planning something outside that weekend. What do you want to say to people who have that attitude?

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What are a few pieces of your most straightforward, actionable advice for outdoorspeople who want to live a “frugal yet Badass life of leisure”?

Drive less, and do it in the least expensive, most reliable, and most efficient car you can find—ideally, a small hatchback. Transportation is usually the biggest and most easily cut piece of our excess spending.
Don’t go out to dinner or buy drinks in bars, except as a last resort. Host parties instead. By being the leader of your social group rather than a follower, you get to set more of the agenda, save money, have more fun, and be more popular as a side benefit.
We all have way more opportunities to do fun stuff than we have time. Put everything that you want to do on a list, then sort it by activities that are less expensive and more healthy, and prioritize those first. You’ll find that you never even get to the bottom to do the more expensive stuff, because life is too busy.
Have some courage, and drive to make a bit of money outside of your regular job. If you have a house, rent out a room. If you’re a renter, shop around regularly for a home that’s close to work and has other benefits, like an opportunity to earn money by helping the owner with their own business.

Stop watching TV, and use that time to read books or absorb podcasts on things that broaden your knowledge and give you new ideas on what to do with your free time. That time is your chance to get ahead—and make your life a lot more fun in the process.

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Hopefully having wrapped up uni the year before and being in a nice comfy job.
Realistically an hero or hikki.

No matter how good I can get at my trade realistically a lot of it is based on connections and considering i get anxious even typing to people and generally avoid large gatherings/communities it's gonna be nigh impossible.

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I can't say I didn't deserve it.


You and those mods suck


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Don't bring your discord shit here. Just for doing this you're as bad as them.



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How are you all at cooking fish?
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How are you all at cooking beef?


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How are your wok skills?


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How are you at vegan ice-cream?


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How are you at pub food?

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I know some guys are so stricken with dem rose tinted goggles nowadays, and I've got my own old sucker-shows, but I recently found out some modern toons have actually gotten really good as of late, post-Gravity Falls at least.

The Owl House, Amphibia, Invincible, Big City Greens to name a few

One con is that they can never get like more than 3 seasons thanks to networks coz they ain't "consistently marketable". And you won't like 15% of TOH if you can't handle representation. It's not really in-your-face buzzwords though. (Unlike Q-Force. Fuck Q-Force.)

You can get most of them free and high-quality on Vimeo or Dailymotion. yarharfiddledeedee
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To be fair, Owl House is mostly episodic except for the first and last episode. There was barely any set-up and things just happen. I guess most creators feel that there needs to be a narrative with a set-up and epic conclusion to make art. eg. The Last Airbender


I think the main reason why so much shit is story driven is because they don't really have room to not focus on the story coz they don't get renewed for shit, so most of the serial episodes get shoved down the backburner as 'excessive'

Keep in mind Adventure Time had like 10 seasons


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Kulipari: An Army of Frogs is better than Amphibia


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Avatar: The Last Airbender is pretty good; not so much for Korra though.


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Have you ever been into outdoorsy stuff? Either now, or at some point in your life, have you ever been into fishing or hiking or biking or camping, etc? I remember going on long hikes through the mountains and other trails with my dad. I always liked that feeling of adventure. Looking at abandoned houses, walking along-side roads, biking downhill the sidewalks of a busy bridge road, aimlessly wandering through densly wooded tunnels. The quiet of woods can really create an exciting tension. I'd like to do that more often.
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Outside is too sunny though….


Growing galangal in cold climates is a challenge.


Im remember when my first time cycling. pretty hard but it dint go well.


Cycling is fun, but my heart lives in the mountains on a trail far from the cities and roads. There is nothing like wandering past old miners camps with their picks and cans still sitting against rocks from when they were placed over a century ago. A certain sense of timelessness and persistence that few other places have.


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Cycling can be fun.

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Big fat list of imageboards, uboachan.net is on it too.


Neat but why?


Why not?


I rather not say



Tell me please!

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Post random images you like. Photography, art, or anything else that you find appealing or enjoy looking at.
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Tanks a lot


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War! What is it good for?

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>tfw no chubby gf

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So let's continue with Subetenosei's bull
So everything started with this 全てあなたの所為です。 we found their videos named . .. and such, then we found 全ての所為です。 (aka, subetenosei on twitter), which they have like, 5 videos in reference at the first guy, some weaks later they deleted their videos and uploaded other ones that were kinda weird
Some japanese guys we found on this speculate that this is koronba or somebody who is really familiar with his work, also we have almost all of their videos saved (we are only missing three at the moment, now we are really carefull with everything they upload)
全てあなたの所為です。 videos are this:

Subetenosei videos (that are not deleted/on private at the moment i'm posting this)

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Caught in the middle of the crowd
Peafowl got its feathers plucked.
So it felt bad for all the
Upside-down dragonflies
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binary code from the end

10100100 11000111
10100100 10110000
10100100 11000001
10100100 11001111
10100100 11100001
10100100 11001110
10100100 11011110
10100100 10101000

(probably EUC-JP encoding, but i'm too retarded to solve)




Doll is floating in the middle of the field of view
It's not able to walk on its own or grab anything
So with its feet being sucked into bottomless swamp,
It surrendered completely.

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