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March 7, 2017

Why I Decided To Become A Big Rig Truck Driver

With $20,000 I will have more than enough money to travel to four continents this year.
This is above and beyond visiting virtually every major American city in my big rig, enjoying everything from the Bunny Ranch to random (and free!) hookups with strippers that I use PUA techniques on. (Oh, and before the haters pile on, I dated daughters of executives, daughters of well-connected families and the like when I was a mainstream media guy back in the day. I was so horrified of the “good girls” and the slavery they expected of me by virtue of their association with me I defected and decided to live a life as a free man until the cultural situation changes.)

How does a man live an awesome life on that amount? First off, any money you make in the states can be multiplied by taking it abroad. Second, once a man purges his mind of the materialism and consumerism he has been indoctrinated with from childhood and instead chooses to live a life of minimalism, he will discover the fact his money buys freedom. - - - Return of Kings

Posted by gerardvanderleun at March 7, 2017 12:24 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

He's mostly full of shit, and probably young (less than 30).

He's STILL playing by THEIR rules, thus the $20k a year thing.

Clue: IT's not how much you earn but how you manage it. And it's nobody's business but your own. No, laws cannot be created that divest you of your possessions. Only criminals do such things. When criminals demand that you give them your stuff that isn't a law. It's a crime!

Clue 2: When you fully realize and understand that you have lived your whole life surrounded by and ran by criminals it makes swallowing the bitter pill of reality a little less difficult.

Most people prefer to pretend otherwise and bitch about it. They are their own worst enemy.

Posted by: ghostsniper at March 7, 2017 6:16 PM

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