Are there any specific opportunities one might distill from being completely out of the "system"? I'm an American citizen, but I've never had an ID, have no school records, never been processed in any way, no employment records, no tax records, medical records stop at 15, school records end at 12, etc -- I just have a birth certificate and an old voter registration. I also am physically fit and have a long list of skills, a few of which are somewhat rare and highly sought-after (mostly tech related).
The criminal potential is obvious, but I'm not interested in being a criminal unless it's ethically justifiable for the greater good and only criminal in the technical sense.
None of that really means shit.
Even if you were to turn to crime, it wouldn't really help you. Maybe it would if you decided to become a transient serial killer...and by that I mean a deranged killer, killing for it's own sake. A hitman would even require you to have a solid identity, then one or more false ones.
If I got a haircut and a shave, walked into a bank, smeared my fingerprints on the walls, screamed at the teller that my name was Hillary Clinton and posed for the security camera -- assuming I got away initially -- there would be nothing for them to go on.
Also, assuming I wanted a fake ID, I could easily obtain one from any DMV in the country with nothing more than a fake birth certificate, and build an entire "legitimate" legal life on it.
There are many other scenarios, but like I said, not interested in being a criminal.
Yeah, my fingerprints aren't in a database because I simply have not went to jail before. All that other shit that you think makes you "a ghost" wouldn't be any different than me in this case.
Pay taxes you scumbag.
If you've ever gotten a photo ID, you've been fingerprinted. Also, your physical details are most likely already in a federal biometrics database if you live in a REAL ID state.
I've never needed to file a return with the IRS. The only taxes I've paid directly are for property, and they didn't even ask my name.
Just because you lost your report cards does not mean your school records don't exist. I have only been fingerprinted to get my concealed weapons license, not for drivers license or current CDL. You must go back.
Haven't been in a school since I was a child, so there are no records to be had. Last thing they'd find is me in a TAG program in elementary school, then I disappear.
Turns out only a minority of states fingerprint for licenses, so I was wrong there. Your CCW fingerprints are kept on file in the state, and a copy exists in the FBI's card database in WV. Not the one for criminals (IAFIS), the second one, where they store the print cards used in IAFIS searches.
Family/self. Just walked into the courthouse, told them the address and handed them cash, got a receipt. Took maybe 45 seconds total.
but what happens if you break a leg or get cancer, you wont be able to go to hospital, right?
or if the police will randomly stop you on the highway to check documents?
the only non criminal thing i can think of is actually teaching other ppl how to live like you and avoid THE SYSTEM
seriously, just try to ask this on /pol/ and you will be swarmed by manchildren
>op is son of international criminal
>spends early childhood on the lam
>gets to take college courses in elementary school despite terrible behavior
>leaves school after realizing it was more about domestication than education
>learns a couple trades
>makes just enough money to keep family members from being homeless
Life's pretty good tbqh senpai