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  1. xvxlex

    #09 - How to Make Money on the Road

    Dave said that the squat in Albany actually got shut down a few days after this article was published. The repercussions of this article really demonstrate the importance of security culture and maintaining a distance between yourself and reporters who could potentially blow your spot
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    Education Vs. Travel?

    You should definitely get your GED if you won't be finishing high school. Depending on the state you live in, you may already be eligible to take your GED or high school equivalency test if you're over 16. Also, I would take the GED sooner rather than later (if possible), while the stuff you...
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    News & Blogs Florida Man Awarded $37,500 After Cops Mistake Glazed Doughnut Crumbs For Meth

    Florida Man news stories never cease to amaze me. ::facepalm::
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    Avoiding substance abuse

    I'm completely straight edge at this point in my life, and most people are respectful of that. It's rare to find others that don't use drugs or alcohol. I'm cool with traveling with people who aren't sober. Some of my closest friends use substances, but they respect my choices and don't pressure...
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    I mean I have it linked to paypal. You can scan checks or do pretty much anything else to get funds into your account. It would not be a very effective form of banking for someone that makes most of their money in cash. I hope I didn't misunderstand your question
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    Simple banking is alright if you have an address you can use to receive your card. It's a branchless, online bank based out of Portland. They don't have any fees or service charges, but the downside is that you can't deposit cash into your account.
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    Revolution and why we need one.

    Every single day!
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    Revolution and why we need one.

    I wish more people were aware of this. It freaks me out that even fellow working class individuals don't realize that they are being given only the illusion of choice.