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Modern Mom 13/12/13(Fri)22:52 No. 1793 ID: 740f9c [Reply]
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How does one make counterfeit dollars? My buddy did it, back when I wasn't interested in knowing it, but he died back in 2010.

I don't want to make big bills since they catch on to that quick. Just small bills, like 1s and 5s. There was also someone counterfeiting 20s in the area so I'd be waiting and using different bills anyways. A basic run through of how to do it would be nice. It'd help me out a lot.


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Modern Mom 15/08/26(Wed)08:56 No. 2659 ID: 97e000

>>1803

Wash the singles and print 10s. Don't be too greedy. And never spend them alone, three fakes looks bad, one fake and two real is plausible (if you‘re caught).

Fraud is probably higher return for lower risk anyway.


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Modern Mom 16/05/06(Fri)20:07 No. 2829 ID: 5f3e54

Dude they will even thumbprint money to find you. And it costs a lot to invest in legit equipment. You can't use an inkjet because they give off a pattern that can be traced. Most printers don't allow you to print bills but you could get around that. However, the risk to reward ratio is way too fucking high. I've never encountered a good enough fake that you couldn't tell upon sight.


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Modern Mom 16/06/28(Tue)09:24 No. 2853 ID: 84ab92

>>2829
Not just inkjets, all color printers sold in the US are required to print a pattern. Inkjet, laser, copier, all print a pattern that can be traced back to that individual printer, and the authorities use sales records (manufacturer to distributor to store to owner) to track down the current owner.

What I thought about doing was buying a color printer from a equipment liquidator, basically company that buys equipment from failed businesses then sells to anyone who shows up with money. Pay cash and go a place that doesn't require ID (some do, some don't).

My problem is I moved so and have no idea where the liquidators are here, or even if there are any. The ones I went to (for legitimate needs of my employer at the time) bought their stock from dozens of states.




Modern Mom 14/07/20(Sun)09:23 No. 2200 ID: aaad3e [Reply]
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Okay, I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but an opportunistic channer interested to see if the price of Air Malaysia had crashed after the disasters. Since they are more or less simply an unfortunate happenstance, the fundamental value of the airline shouldn't be any less and should correct itself over time. On this assumption, I started some research and you know what, the price of the airline crashed one week before the first plane went missing. What the fuck is going on? Check out the one year charts for their share price on any website and the dates for both disasters. Riddle me that.


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Modern Mom 14/07/20(Sun)21:23 No. 2201 ID: 86e709

>>2200

Not much of a riddle, OP.
If you were the airline and lost massive $ in your stock, you'd probably quickly start running a leaner operation cutting maintenance costs and overworking skeleton crews, to compensate, cranking up the likelihood of disaster.


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Modern Mom 14/07/27(Sun)06:21 No. 2210 ID: e65a14

>>2200
Okay, I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but I'm going imply that a conspiracy may be behind this coincidence that I found.


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Modern Mom 16/06/19(Sun)15:24 No. 2852 ID: 22ade0

>2210
You're not a conspiracy theorist but you theory is there's a conspiracy behind it.




Modern Mom 16/02/20(Sat)17:22 No. 2814 ID: cad79b [Reply]
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What are you currently doing to get rich apart from your job and your financial markets investments? Here are my current projects:

* entryism: Penetrated a powerful political party and building clout while advising a minor parties with big ideas about using technology to allow constituents to directly vote for policies and for a minor party with a lot of support for science

* doing cancer prevention, policy and addiction research

* might switch to international mental health research

* learning how to use amazon web services as a cloud based server

* mental health first aid training course next week

* organising a charity conference

* applying for transitional housing out of category 3 homelesness
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Modern Mom 16/03/09(Wed)09:23 No. 2816 ID: cad79b

I have more tasks!

After long consideration and discussion with my existing supervisor at the CCl, he's happy for me to do my project with the Vietnamese boss instead, if he Vietnamese boss'll take me. We figure I'll be a happier student doing what I love, and it's still early days so the little background reading I've already done isn't exactly a trail a forgone opportunity! Now, our first deadline is the 18th of March where I am to submit a project proposal by. I will send he Vietnamese boss the template given by the course coordinator and my draft response. My idea would be to do a systematic review first, then do the data analysis in semester 2.

Now I getter tell Tony what's up

Tell Dallas too

Tell the Vietnamese boss I Couldn't find the primary research to a do a review project on monitoring and research - meta research which I woulda preferred


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Modern Mom 16/04/25(Mon)01:16 No. 2825 ID: 3b7400

I don't have a clue what you're talking about, but good hunting nonetheless.


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Modern Mom 16/06/01(Wed)22:15 No. 2837 ID: bb3382

-Blacksmithing
-Woodworking
-Flipping (buy low sell high)
-Considering getting into stocks




FREE UTILITIES Modern Mom 16/02/06(Sat)00:43 No. 2807 ID: efc0ed [Reply]
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/jew/, I have free utilities at my pad. Is there anyway I can take advantage of this while it lasts? Can I bottle up my power like piss and sell it for later? Bitcoin mining?


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Modern Mom 16/05/02(Mon)07:54 No. 2827 ID: 4d08d9

>>2826
Isn't it a bit late to be doing bitcoin mining as the difficulty of mining blocks is proportional to the power being put towards mining? To make any sort of income you need to build a rig specifically for mining with multiple graphics cards


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Modern Mom 16/05/05(Thu)16:04 No. 2828 ID: 7e287c

>>2827
You only need special hardware if you're paying for electricity. If you can find a group with a low work requirement, you can make a little bit with bitcoin mining.

You can also look at altcoins who are smaller and you might be able to slip under the minimum with a general use computer.


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Modern Mom 16/05/21(Sat)08:40 No. 2834 ID: cea861

Kind of related topic, at my new job I'm in control of a sparsely used dumpster. Anyone have experience cancelling their garbage collection? Does the city/state get on you about that?




Extreme coupons Modern Mom 15/08/10(Mon)21:59 No. 2644 ID: 885a14 [Reply]
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I witnessed a show where families used coupons to reduce their checkout bills by ridiculous amounts.
A girl was shopping for eligible items, they weren't very useful and she was getting huge quantities. The final bill was $680 with all her coupons she reduced it to $27. For the quantity of crap she had that's outrageous, she could start her own shop.

How did she get those coupons? Aren't they one per customer or something? If you know tell me of the weirding ways of the coupon clippers.


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Modern Mom 15/11/18(Wed)04:00 No. 2776 ID: 1b65de

When I worked at Jewel, I actually saw a person start making money with the coupons she used. Which meant the manager came and asked her to leave. So don't go over board with it.


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Modern Mom 16/05/06(Fri)20:11 No. 2830 ID: 5f3e54

You can use a limit of usually 10 dollars off and then the cashier will have to manually allow it. I remember there used to be coupon generator threads on /b/ but then they died out. Don't know why I miss those.


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Modern Mom 16/05/06(Fri)20:11 No. 2831 ID: 5f3e54

You can use a limit of usually 10 dollars off and then the cashier will have to manually allow it. I remember there used to be coupon generator threads on /b/ but then they died out. Don't know why I miss those.




Modern Mom 16/04/01(Fri)09:09 No. 2819 ID: 81f1f3 [Reply]
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I gave up work in a warehouse, because they were moving further from where I live. The commute would be just ridiculous, and the expenses - double, if not tripple! Being a drone is not OK in my book.
So I have a choice now - mooch off of girlfriends parents I live with OR take a part time job, as a "sanitary technician" in a local police station.
I want to know your opinion, everything really. Until this day it never occurred to me, that I would also have to clean shitters (which I'm quite fine with, and proficient, also). So lets hear it! Any cleaners here, part time workers or both?


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Modern Mom 16/04/23(Sat)10:28 No. 2824 ID: 149c6f

You could at least start with the sanitation job. It's a local police station, not an international airport or a high-rise office building. Put in your hours, skate out of there once it's done, and save what you can.

Maybe hard work on your part will be recognized, who knows. Or just be a drone; it doesn't matter. My view is, any hour you spend earning a wage is an hour you've most likely avoided incurring debt. My current job started as what seemed to be a 2 week temp job helping a local company get their customer paperwork into appropriate files. Almost 4 years later I'm an indispensable cog in my national department. It pays shit (relatively), but the OT is constant and it allows me my freedom and my ability to afford my lifestyle, frugal as it is.

Mooching off your gf's parents is just a shitty and overall horrible idea. It will eventually sour all involved against you; first with the folks who lose financially, and then your gf, if you can't make anything of your loafing self. Nothing says turn-off quite like a date night postponed because you have to beg her dad for gas money.




Modern Mom 16/03/19(Sat)12:25 No. 2817 ID: cad79b [Reply]
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I'm finally moving out! I paid a $100 in pre-bond, and will pay the other 180$ (for a total 280 in bond of 2 weeks) on Tuesday when I move in. Finally! Argh, so excited. Just kinda suprised the place is so cheap.




Legit money from home Modern Mom 16/02/19(Fri)07:54 No. 2813 ID: cf0dfe [Reply]
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After work i mostly fuck around, not doing anything productive, and i want to change that.

Are there any means i can make money from home? I live in South America btw, so it would have to be something international. A couple bucks a day go a long way, i'll take a shot at anything (given it's legit).


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Modern Mom 16/02/21(Sun)15:35 No. 2815 ID: ef5c06

You could try doing freelance work online.




Modern Mom 15/10/14(Wed)08:33 No. 2756 ID: 0fb81b [Reply]
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Aw, this board is the epitome of what I do. I'll walk through my lifestyle. I've tried many things and kept only the things that have saved me money in the end. I don't care how others judge me, so I've taken things to the next level of weird:

My main motto in life when it comes to managing money is "Time is money". So even if I'm not at work, "chores" and other crap to me is considered work, or rather, unpaid work. So I deliberately avoid situations in which I'm forced to do more work than necessary (that is, by doing things the easier way).

1) I have carefully selected a place for me to live. One which is < 10 minute walking distance to my place of work. My job is perfect for me because I don't really interact with people much and I am sort of left to do my own thing (parcel courier). This ensures my employment because I cannot last 2 months in a customer service/work-with-others workplace without getting fired.

Also, note that this came first before everything else because it is top priority if you're looking to save money.


2) As a result, I no longer necessitate a motor vehicle. - $200 / 3 months for insurance, and $60/month for gas. And additional upkeep and maintenance expenses.


3) Rent your parking space out. +$50/month for me.


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Modern Mom 15/11/02(Mon)04:43 No. 2768 ID: 0fb81b

>>2763
Depends on what sort of comfort you're referring to. Obviously not being stabbed in the feet by needles or anything. But generally if its uncomfortable (like sleeping on a massage table), you will adapt and over time think nothing of it. It's the adjustment there and letting your body adapt to the changes that might be the hard part.

I don't really find sentimental value in collectibles or physical objects, so maybe that just depends on the person. If you lack objects that you depend on (not need), you will always adapt to your current circumstances without them and put that want behind you. Or at least for me. To find comfort in nostalgic objects and such is like a fixation on something that the mind always wants. Take that fixation towards learning or something. I take solace in my online lectures on math and physics.


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Modern Mom 16/01/11(Mon)01:06 No. 2799 ID: a9ab26

But, OP, what's your point in life? Being frugal is a virtue, yes, but in this summary you've not mentioned why you're saving this money, and you've not mentioned any sort of social interaction.

Don't you have friends that come over and question why you've plastic wrapped your house and are collecting lumber scraps, etc.?

Saving money has no purpose of itself. Are you planning on buying a sailboat and island hopping the Caribbean? Why do you so desperately need to save every cent?


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Modern Mom 16/01/28(Thu)05:15 No. 2805 ID: b41207

>>2799
maybe his friends are thrifty aswell...




Please help, thank you Modern Mom 13/10/31(Thu)04:35 No. 1720 ID: a9a501 [Reply]
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Hello friends. I'm 18 years old and I'm getting kicked out of the house this summer.

I was just wondering if you guys had some tips on how should i stock up for this and what to do to prepare.

I live in Canada, I have about $3k saved up. I won't be finished highschool until middle of next year at best.

I was also thinking about joining the Canadian Forces.

So basically any Canadians here that know how to live cheaply or any sort of tricks I should know for living by myself?

Thanks guys.


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Modern Mom 15/11/12(Thu)02:44 No. 2773 ID: dc21fb

>>1819
most of them still live with their parents, I think.


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Modern Mom 15/11/13(Fri)01:19 No. 2774 ID: 8f8ac9

>>1754
Where i live you would only find spoiled mcdonalds and hot dogs that have been out for over 78 hours.


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Modern Mom 15/12/27(Sun)00:29 No. 2789 ID: e5fc99

>>1720
better get far away from them, and yes try joining the canadian forces,my grandfather did the same coz shitty parents




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