Anyone else thought of just gathering as much money as possible, packing a bag or rucksack full of supplies, then just walking somewhere? Maybe even journeying to a different country until you run out of money or die.
Running away seems like the only thing that makes sense some times
I wish I could. Sometimes I've done little day trips by train though. I wish I could just take trains and buses to all kinds of faraway places, but I can never stay overnight, I can never manage it, there's always somebody watching me, and if I leave, they'll find me, they'll find me wherever I go and drag me back.
>Tfw I am actually doin g this, I have everything booked and prepared and leave in 4 days time
That's exactly what I'm already doing anon, and you know what, I know it's going to be worth it. Already have the money saved, food in the car, and already have the destinations in mind.
I wonder how many other robots will be doing this, could be something on a massive scale eventually, the great Robot migration
I'm from the US and have lived in Texas, I'm heading to Wyoming, then the Oregon coast near the lighthouse, then trek through Canada to get to Alaska where I will see the northern lights. I've always liked winter, but snow never lasts here. Bought gear for the temperatures up there too
>I wonder how many other robots will be doing this, could be something on a massive scale eventually, the great Robot migration
No, it can't be, because it's not real.
dont feed the trolls.
You're an idiot, there came a point in time where I decided I'd be fine with dying, so long as I at least get to go where I wanted. Perhaps you'll feel it after years of being a robot, but until then, fuck off back normie
Wolves are one of the reasons I chose Alaska, it has the biggest wolf population of all the states. And it's not as though just going to Alaska means you'll get eaten the moment you step foot on it. Several people hike there. Although I wouldn't have a problem if I ended up being eaten by either animal
No real long term plan. Just have alot of money and have quit my job, have no gf, no pets, nothing tying me down.
I plan to just keep walking and camping where I can until I find something worth living for. Might not find anything.
Alright mate. Not everyone is content with continuing their shitty lives doing nothing but working and browsing /r9k/ every day.
>Although I wouldn't have a problem if I ended up being eaten by either animal
Well that's easy to say while you're sitting comfortably in front of your PC but I'm sure you'll feel differently when shit gets real. However you really want to do this so learn to protect yourself and be safe man.
No thanks. I just want a steady stable lifestyle in a decent apartment.
For me this has become my only option and if I die doing it then I will die happy. I would much rather die young, starving, cold, naked and alone in the middle of nowhere but having atleast searched for some kind of happiness than die old, fat and sterile infront of a screen having worked away all my good years until i realise theres nothing left to live for and i an hero.
Camping has been my hobby for many years, idiot NEET, not everyone is like you on this board. I didn't just decide on this out of the blue
Yeah I'm thinking it's just a new way of committing suicide. I've no intention of coming back. Somehow it feels very comfortable.
Well what I meant was that I'm well aware of the dangers, and I am taking this venture knowing that dying comes next, should I not be able to settle where I end up
I don't think it's that new, somehow. Surely people have done it before, but it gets ruled out as an accident.
Anyway, I've always wanted to do this, but I don't think I'd have the heart to do it alone. I'm waiting to meet someone with the same ideal and setting out on a final journey with him/her
Show me some proof. Even a shred of proof that such an escape is possible. Some proof that you're not just sitting behind a keyboard typing your fantasies.
I don't think you can. You're either trolling or fantasizing.
Earlier this school year I walked about 100 miles over like 5 days from the city my college is in to the nearest "big city"
Honestly it's a little overrated and without some sort of psychadelic it would be boring as fuck.
Also protip, when you do, even if you bathe you'll smell like complete ass
It's not like we're pulling a McCandles scenario, the point of saving up the money was to be able to afford to get by for a while.
What kind of "proof" do you hope to see exactly? I have a car, and I have money saved, and I already have 2-month rations in my car and all the maps you could ever need.
Why do you think it's not possible? Is it because it's impossible for someone like you? I've already ventured to one of my destinations before, the challenge will be the trek to Alaska through Canada. I don't see why you think it's trolling.
I think it's not possible because things like that don't happen, they can't, there are systems in place to prevent that from happening.
You can't just wander. It's not possible.
don't listen to me. I dont know what I'm talking about. But you'll see. you'll see when you get started. You'll see the walls for yourself and you'll end up right back where you started with your head spinning before you realize what's happened.
You are one deluded motherfucker.
But you write like someone who will not be convinced to change their opinion by anything anyone else says so I'm not gonna bother trying. Go have a wank or something.
Also whats the problem with atleast trying to push these walls to see how far they can go by people who have nothing else better to do with their time and money, and by those who want to?
People go on long road trips all the time. Longest one I have taken has been a month long. There were no "systems" in place when I returned, nothing that demanded that I return. Others, they relocate to other states.
I think what you don't understand is the fact that we're basically committing suicide in a way. Over-extending the bounds of our flight with no intention of returning to the ground. Without getting edgy, some of us come to the point where we're comfortable with the option of death
Definitely better than just ending it some other way. And as much as I will try to settle at my destination, robots don't exactly have much success integrating into communities