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Modern Mom 17/08/01(Tue)17:50 No. 3055 ID: 7ce7a4 [Reply]
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Hey /Jews/ I've been trying to live the frugal lifestyle. Recently moved into an apartment in Southern California where I'm paying 840 a month for a studio. I don't really have close friends that are financially stable enough to room with. My question is though, (got off topic)
While living a frugal lifestyle, what do you guys do for fun? When I loved with my parents I had disposable income and didn't really care about saving. I could go out with my mates and get drinks or another hobby of ours was shooting but all of that is so expensive. I guess gaming but that gets old too.

TL;DR what do you do for fun that's frugal?


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Modern Mom 17/08/26(Sat)00:00 No. 3071 ID: c55c16
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>>3055
Personally I would get a cheap ass Xbone/360 because of the upcoming backwards compatibility titles. Old classics will hopefully get repopulated with multiplayer, shit like halo 3 and bad company. That could keep me entertained forever


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Modern Mom 17/12/20(Wed)10:17 No. 3114 ID: 8048e5
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I like to buy cheap instruments from thrift stores. Play music or do comedy bits/routines with friends at open mics. Draw, journal, try new recipes. Hang out at house parties or see local bands with my girl. Go to a mom and pop theater near me, $10 a ticket for old school movies or animations


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Modern Mom 17/12/22(Fri)20:43 No. 3118 ID: 602cb1

>>3055
Learning new skills is the ultimate thrifty pastime. Learn how to do basic electrical work, fix your car or bike, learn how to cook or repair shit, learn shit that looks good on your resume (use Duolingo to be conversational in some languages or learn to program or whatever).




Modern Mom 17/08/29(Tue)14:00 No. 3074 ID: 494c89 [Reply]
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How can I build my own hidden/semi-underground hippy house for cheap, and without anyone knowing (no heavy machinery)?


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Modern Mom 17/09/14(Thu)03:42 No. 3081 ID: 46aed7

There's tons of off grid videos on YouTube i would look at if I were you. Usually, you have to buy the land, however. If you do, buy it in a remote area where no one will make sure your stuff is up to "Code".

America, Europe, or Asia?


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Modern Mom 17/09/15(Fri)09:03 No. 3082 ID: 494c89

>>3081
USA, west coast. How do I make sure I get water and mineral rights to my land too?


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Modern Mom 17/10/31(Tue)23:18 No. 3105 ID: a24704

Build a little house in the woods




Hobo fashion and equipment tips Modern Mom 17/10/13(Fri)01:59 No. 3094 ID: f53802 [Reply]
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My protips: wear polyester undershirt, undies, longjohns and polyester dress pnts, leather jacket or polyester windbreaker or blazer, get the Summerweight Ozark trail 40 degree bag from Walmart or other similar supermicro bag, and a messenger bag to put that and your laptop in. Get some dress shoes with a walking sole. Get polyacrylic hiking socks. -homeless four years and counting. Thanks America!
Oh yeah and wear a white silk or polyester dress shirt. White cotton gets grimy instantly, silk looks great for months without washing

Also you can maybe try just buying a sleeping bag liner, for warmer months that will fit in your pocket. Switch from tablet to cheap tracphone android.

Another good investment would be a cheap roadbike, then plop 200$ to put tannus airless tires on it.


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Modern Mom 17/10/23(Mon)04:26 No. 3099 ID: f4658f

tannus airless tires on it

You disgusting nigger

I've been homeless on and off for like 3 years now and ffs airless tyres get fucking rects mate

I mean kike on a pike are you being sucked off by a rubber whore under your table?

Get Schwalbe Marathon Pros in 32c like a real man faggit


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Modern Mom 17/10/29(Sun)20:49 No. 3103 ID: f53802

>>3099
Noted


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Modern Mom 17/10/29(Sun)20:50 No. 3104 ID: f53802

>>3099
Ppl say they good tho??? Idk




Modern Mom 17/10/23(Mon)06:50 No. 3100 ID: 494c89 [Reply]
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What locks do you use to secure your bike or shower locker?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsJZ_kKjXcE




Pressure Cookers Modern Mom 16/02/10(Wed)19:09 No. 2809 ID: fe3665 [Reply]
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Get yourself a pressure cooker. With it you can save on energy and food costs.
Faster cooking time = Less energy spent
Legumes and cheap meat cooks faster = cheaper food
Seriously, you can buy the most crappy cuts with most connective tissue and the pressure cooker will dissolve all that and you end up with delicious meat. Also cooking beans for example is a lot less hassle when you don't have to cook it for hours and hours.
Your relative probably has one somewhere that is useless to them lying around. They used to be a fad .


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Modern Mom 17/03/20(Mon)18:02 No. 2982 ID: e05d71

NEGATIVE.
You want a crock pot. Its way safer, and low stream of energy used. Plus coming home to a hot, cooked meal is awesome are waking up to warm breakfast oatmeal. etc.
So easy to prepare.


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Modern Mom 17/03/22(Wed)06:03 No. 2984 ID: 82a2e5

>>2982
Slow cookers are so fucking important anon.
I mostly eat stew and soup. And eggs for breakfast. Easy, cheap. Leave it plugged in on low, go to work, come home and eat right away.


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Modern Mom 17/10/13(Fri)02:22 No. 3095 ID: f53802

Allahackbar




jew Modern Mom 17/09/11(Mon)14:27 No. 3079 ID: 1d281d [Reply]
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thrifty art for a thrifty liver !????


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Modern Mom 17/10/07(Sat)03:38 No. 3090 ID: 1d281d
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The Roach Cuming In The Sleeping Girl By David Hanjani


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Modern Mom 17/10/07(Sat)13:39 No. 3091 ID: b02b36

>>3079
>>3090
These are actually really neat paintings, would buy




How can I make money off the Great American Eclipse? Modern Mom 17/07/21(Fri)22:05 No. 3047 ID: 494c89 [Reply]
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I live right in Polk County, Oregon. The August 21st eclipse will happen right smack in the middle of this area. How can I make money off it? There will be a million people in Polk county!

Sell bottled water for $20 a bottle?

What else could I sell?


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Modern Mom 17/08/08(Tue)15:23 No. 3060 ID: 9f8f44

T shirts, snacks




Transportation Modern Mom 12/12/04(Tue)08:23 No. 592 ID: ba9043 [Reply]
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The one thing I haven't seen discussed is Transportation!

For those of us who have a job or are looking, transportation is very important!

It is also important that it is cheap and reliable, not often two things that go well together!

Bikes are OK but if you live in an area where it's a minimum if 10 miles to any place that has work it isn't much help!

Plus most cheap cars don't get great gas mileage (Mine costs almost 120-200 a month in gas) AND you car is often a dead giveaway that you are a poor person!

What suggestions do allz you poor people have regarding cheap and reliable transportation?


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Modern Mom 17/06/19(Mon)05:52 No. 3034 ID: 1d025f
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>>2893
>hopefully soon
Sorry for the wait.

Japanese:
Honda
1985-2007 Honda Accord: Typical Honda reliability with a more refined driving experience than the Civic. Available in sedan, hatchback, wagon, or coupe styles.


1987-2011 Honda Civic: Civics are very hit or miss, try to find an unmolested one or two owner example that was spared from the "import tuner" treatment. Available in sedan, hatchback, wagovan, or coupe styles.

1997-2007 Honda CR-V: The first generation C-RV has a decent amount of aftermarket support for off-roading. As for the other variants of the C-RV, they serve well for your general driving needs (excluding FWD trim).

Honorable Mention:
1986-2001 Honda Prelude and Acura Integra: The pinnacle of front-wheel drive engineering. Aggressive styling and unmatched handling. Good luck finding an example in decent condition.
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Modern Mom 17/06/29(Thu)07:31 No. 3038 ID: 157c6b
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RU
Steel 1988
100km/h - human point.


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Modern Mom 17/07/24(Mon)20:28 No. 3051 ID: 8c62c2

>>1222
This seems like a good way to go for the ultra poor, but it can get stolen pretty easily. Hefty price to pay, but if you factor in not having to pay insurance, gas, licensing fees etc it starts to look way nicer. The only thing cheaper is an actual bicycle. And just like one, you can always repair them yourself and if the motor breaks you can still get home.




How to panhandle Modern Mom 17/07/21(Fri)22:28 No. 3048 ID: 494c89 [Reply]
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I used to be homeless. Here's how to panhandle and make money.

1. Be non-threatening. Don't have a huge dog that barks at people, don't get pissed off when people fuck with you (most white people won't, it's usually blacks or gang-banging messikins). Just don't be an asshole.

2. Be visibly homeless. Don't be completely clean.

3. Have a prop. This can be a wheelchair (it takes a few weeks to get the upper body strength and endurance to wheel yourself around), a cast (get one that you can take off), a cane.

4. You will make at least ten times as much money if you have a small, non-threatening dog. A dachshund is best, a chihuahua is second best. The dog should be calm and not bark at everyone - it takes a few days to train a dog not to bark at everyone.

People will ask you what you need, and a lot will offer to buy you dog food. It's sometimes possible to return the dog food for cash if they give you a receipt, but don't ask for it if they don't give it to you.

5. Be a woman, or at least an attractive man. Women make at least ten times as much money as men.

6. It helps if you have gray hair, especially a gray beard. I'm not sure how to dye hair gray though.
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Bicycle Frames Modern Mom 14/11/12(Wed)16:00 No. 2443 ID: fbfe7f [Reply]
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I'm looking to build myself a "cheap" bike that will replace my truck for all but long drives and when something big needs to be moved. I'm self building because quality bicycles are expensive, most new bicycles don't meet my requirements, and there are a ton of old frames that do satisfy most if not all of my requirements.

I'm about 5' 8.5" with a 30-31"-ish inseam. According to most online frame size calculators for a road bike I should be looking in the 52-54cm range and for a MTB I should be in the 17-18" range.
If I want to purchase a vintage mountain bike frame that does NOT have the downward/upward (depending on POV) sloping top tube which size should I use as a guide?
Pic related


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Modern Mom 17/06/29(Thu)07:21 No. 3037 ID: 157c6b
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Normal frame


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Modern Mom 17/07/03(Mon)06:27 No. 3039 ID: 87f732

>>3037
Is there any practical way to purchase a bicycle piece by piece in this manner?

I've never seen individual frame pieces for sale anywhere.


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Modern Mom 17/07/03(Mon)06:29 No. 3040 ID: 87f732

>>2444
If the 20" fits your height, always go for the tallest frame that you fit.




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