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Hello, I would like to live my life without working for others. I am open to many ideas and would like to hear from you all. I currently have a part time job and before it gets to the point of abandoning my family and surviving in the wilderness and possibly dying, I would rather see what ideas you guys have to share. I have a college Software Development diploma, but I don't program as a hobby. I am good at video games but becoming popular by streaming or recording and earning a living is few and far between. Thanks in advance for all the support.
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>>25667767
how about you find a commnity to live in the wilderness with?
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>>25667767
try life of crime. Become a black hat pentester, write malware. You have IT degree after all
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>>25667767
Buy an estate and have servants working on its fields and feed you up with livestock. If you don't govern a place you're governed
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>>25667767
you could trying flipping stuff on grailed/ebay/amazon, anon. it takes a while to get the the point where it becomes a full time thing, but it's definitely possible. there's a lot of resources on how to go about this, too. it's a lot of hard work, but you work for yourself and it can be fun.



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