I have about $8,000 and I'm really tired of the same old shit here in the USA. Wage slavery, whores, all these fucking taxes out the ass.
I'm not bilingual, I'm not white, and I have a really useless graphic design degree. Thoughts, ideas? I really just want to find a nice cave to live in where I can do my art without interruptions. It's all that makes me happy. I'm a fool to think there's an answer to my question.
In all seriousness anywhere in Latin America or Asia. I'm pretty much a Turk in appearance (half beaner half sandnigger) so I blend in pretty well in most places.
Europe is fucked. Every major city seems to be getting crowded with fellow shitskins and darkies, and you are no longer a novelty or curiosity. All the right-wingers will think you are another migrant or welfare leech, while the leftists might fawn over you whilst discretely leaving you to your own devices in a comical display of NIMBY-ism. Paris was such a shitshow of disappointment that I have barely any words to say beyond that Europe is no longer fun. Every brown asshole between Morocco and Pakistan is making a beeline for the paradise of welfare that is Europe, so any travel experience will have you carrying the stigma of being associated or misidentified with these dregs of humanity.
Hitler was right.
I like your thread, OP, but I'd say stay in the USA where you have the best chances of being left alone, whilst living a comfortable life. Change location (state-wise) and social circles. Pick up additional hobbies to help with both.
Need some recommendations for books. Looking for something I can read on a long layover in an airport. Specifically, I'm going to Iceland and Portugal.
I'm looking for something similar to the Sun Also Rises, though I'm not big on Hemingway. Just something good that engages with the modern culture of either Iceland or Portugal.
Can I - as a person who has lived in the UK for my entire life - start a marijuana dispensary in the areas of USA where the sale is legal?
So long as you become a citizen and go through the process of obtaining US citizenship, then live in a state where it is legal to despense. Otherwise no.
Good luck trying that though, getting in legally will take 1-2 years and some serious cash. Not to mention the massive amounts of companies that have started or are starting. By the time you get all the paperwork to start a business, have US citizenship, and a license you would be looking 4-5 years minimum down the road.
They have investor visas and specific schemes for people trying to start businesses
They want people to come here and start job and employ Americans
Something to be conscious of it just got legal in California and there is going to be some major Venture Capital getting pumped into Brands there
Competition is high there and its going to ramp up
I live in Washington my good man. You could probably do it but you'd have lots of competition, and I'm pretty sure there are many hoops you'd have to go through before you'd have a successful pot shop.
Just don't be a cuck m'lord. It's a dog eat dog world.
I'm traveling south of seuol next week. I'm concerned about recent issues with North Korea. Would you guys go? Thoughts?
Im flying there tomorrow am nervous but not wasting my money by cancelling it lol. Im there one night then 2 weeks in taipei and japan then back to korea for 4 nights after that so hopefully I dont get blown up tomorrow
Understood..... I'm arriving on the 10th departing the 16th on business . Worried if shit goes down that I'll be in the mix and possible get stuck there or blown to pieces. Haha... All I keep thinking is wow what great timing.
Looking to go to SEA but I have no idea how much international data is going to be.
Can i just buy a cell phone/ data plan there or am i retarded?
Yeah usually willmyphonework.net is a good place to check, tons of airports usually sell some pocketwifi device too. Your best bet is to just go get a 100 dollar burner phone and use that most of the time
I want to spend 2 or 3 months in Latin America this winter and improve my Spanish. Right now I'm not fluent but I can probably manage most situations with sign language and planning ahead.
I don't want to just travel around staying in hostels. I'd prefer to base myself in a relatively inexpensive, liveable city with good weather and do little trips from time to time. I guess renting is the way to go? I was thinking of somewhere in Colombia.
Anyone got experience of doing something similar or any suggestions?
So I (19 y/o male) want to go somewhere nice with a couple of friends. Basicly party for a week. I live in germany. Any suggestions?
Hey, me and a friend are planning on going to Japan this winter, but he's getting sketched about north Korea's recent missile launches over top of Japan and now he's sketching me out.
What do you guys think? Will it be safe to travel to Japan in the winter?
yes you are fine. The norks won't nuke japan. Japan has no second strike capability. If you start a nuclear war, you target other nukes first, to minimize the counter attack. the whole cold war was built around the second strike scenario, they arn't that stupid to consider targeting civilians in a first strike, you only kill those in retaliation.
They might cause some minor travel restrictions from shenanigans involving flying shit over airports or stuff like that. but they have a thing from guam atm, japan is only at risk of stuff falling short on the way. but look at the map, your fine.
>nice try Kim, but hurting Japanese tourism isn't going to win the war.
Cold War bi-polar nuclear usage doctrine and DPRK nuclear usage doctrine are vastly different beasts because they're oriented around very, very different goals and values. This isn't really the place for it, though, /k/ has a decent thread about the latest test and implications.
大丈夫, Anon. The new device is at least 60-100 kt, so you'll either live or die, nothing you can really do about Kim authorizing a strike. Live your life, and don't be intimidated.
t. trying to take his own advice, I leave for my study abroad in a few weeks.
Hello /trv/. Im moving to another state but I prefer places like this. As in cloudy woodsy places. What states do you recommend? Colorado and Montana or Maine are my choices. I like small towns too but not completely isolated.
Do you know 父島列島 (Chichi-jima Rettoh, Father islands), 母島列島 (Haha-jima Rettoh, Mother islands) and 聟島列島 (Muko-jima Rettho, Husband islands) ?
They are located on far south of the Japanese archipelago, almost in the middle of Pacific Ocean.
Chichi-jima Rettoh consists of:
父島 (Chichi-jima, Father island)
兄島 (Ani-jima, Elder brother island)
弟島 (Otouto-jima, Younger brother island)
Haha-jima Rettoh consists of:
母島 (Haha-jima, Mother island)
姉島 (Ane-jima, Elder sister island)
妹島 (Imouto-jima, Younger sister island)
姪島 (Mei-jima, Nieth island)
Muko-jima Rettoh consists of:
聟島 (Muko-jima, Husband island)
嫁島 (Yome-jima, Wife island)
媒島 (Nakoudo-jima, Go-between of bridal island)
Sorry, I made a mistake.
Mei-jima (Niece island)
If you have an opportunity, please visit there and enjoy beautiful nature and diving!
Do you know that the Chinese runes in your post are completely pointless because if you know Japanese it should be enough with the romaji, and if you don't know Japanese you're not going to pay attention to them anyway?