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Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Fri Oct 07, 2016 6:08 pm

super interesting article: ;)


Fifty things to do NOW
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Fifty Things To Do NOW!

1. Become a part-time entrepreneur, garage-market-dealer, urban farmer,
welder, whatever. Just be productive under your own command. It doesn't
matter what it is; just be directly productive, and directly deal with
suppliers and clients. You'll find it awesomely liberating and it will
be highly useful for the free underground market.
2. Switch off the TV. Read books!
3. Socialize with people that share your ethics and that are productive and
respectful. Eat together, discuss, challenge each other, help each
other, have a good time.
4. Get a safe or safe deposit box. Start moving all the cash you can get in
there, convert at least 30% of your cash to silver and/or gold coins.
5. Invest in trust. Do minor deals for people on a trust basis. Taking
others at their word, and let yourself be challenged by yours.
6. Start looking for matches. When you talk with people, memorize what they
do, and if an opportunity comes up, connect them with someone else for a
minor finders fee (a burger, a few beers, whatever).
7. Join your local LIMA house. (We'll explain this in a future post.)
8. Travel, but don't go sight-seeing - spend your time getting to know the
people there. Think about business opportunities with them.
9. Start using aliases and pseudonyms. Get comfortable using them in
real-life situations.
10. Learn to use cryptography.
11. Learn ethics and law (not the government law!).
12. Study logic, especially the fallacies.
13. Put more cash aside. Use your part-time job as the source of saved cash.
14. Start to invest cash with people you know, in off the books projects.
Start making micro-loans to people or buy shares in their operations.
15. Learn basic double-entry book-keeping. Don't waste effort on the
account-numbers they teach you - understand the concept and use it.
16. Learn to write in code. We all have to use recordings, bookkeeping,
contact books, transaction notes etc. These should be hard to decipher
for someone taking a quick glimpse, and even hard for someone taking
time to analyze them. Use tricks like date-shifting, shorthand, making
up your own terms, etc. Or, if you want to spend a little more effort,
learn to use memorized ciphers, such as memorizing some longer text,
then apply it as a simple shifting-key to what you write, with the page
number or a marker as a keypart.
17. Tell other producers, entrepreneurs, traders etc that you appreciate
what they do.
18. Buy primarily from others like you, stay away from the on-the-books
market as much as you can.
19. When in conflict, ask someone to mediate. Solve conflicts yourself
wherever you can. Use a mutually respected and trusted third party when
necessary. Stay away from state 'justice' whenever you can.
20. Start respecting secrets. Secrets are good most of the time;
transparency is bad most of the time. Detox yourself from the
'everything should be in the open' propaganda.
21. Slowly make your part-time, off-the-books business, your main line of
income. Things like underground dental hygiene are very cool.
22. Learn that 'off-the-books' means that you really have to excel in what
you do. You have to provide quality.
23. Don't invest in single deals; invest in relationships with the market.
24. Get over it: Voting doesn't help at all.
25. Work with friends to create buying associations and selling
associations. This will give you and others lots of money to save and
lots of money to hide.
26. Harbor a fugitive. (Good ones, obviously.)
27. Help someone cross a border without documents.
28. Offer small merchants silver or gold rather than fiat currency.
29. Sell your products in silver or gold.
30. Accept and use digital gold, such as Pecunix or C-gold.
31. Start a community currency in your town.
32. Use digital cash, such as eCache.
33. Use Loom, Truebanc.
34. Get serious about protecting your Internet traffic.
35. Get comfortable working your will in the world.
36. Learn how to work your will beneficially. This is not about being
'right,' it is about causing benefit.
37. Fix your mistakes (you will make them). Learn not to repeat them.
38. Learn how to communicate effectively. Again, this is not about proving
that you are right - this is about getting true ideas into other minds
effectively.
39. Stop obeying the state in some new way. Tell your friends about your
success doing so.
40. Get comfortable with the term 'Economic Civil Disobedience.'
41. Spread the idea that the state is not magic - it is nothing more than a
collection of your neighbors - no more ethical and noble than the lamer
next door.
42. Learn how to find the false assumptions in arguments. Most public lies
sound okay if you don't find their unspoken assumptions. If they pass
too quickly, find the written version and search for the lie it
contains.
43. Learn how to disagree with kindness.
44. Accept the fact that most people are confused and are just barely
hanging on to their last shreds of self-esteem. Understand that state
intellectuals like this condition, as it makes people easier to keep in
line - a little shame goes a long way.
45. Don't waste your energy on the political crisis de jour. Busy your mind
with more substantial things. Daily political dramas are a time-sink,
and the statists like it. Stop following their script.
46. Use jurisdictional arbitrage to deprive the state of your money. Work
with friends if the setup costs are too large for you.
47. Learn to defend yourself, your family, your neighbors and your town. No
state means no military. Until you take this upon yourself, your plans
will always have a gaping hole in their middle. There is no free lunch
here either. Get weapons and be mentally prepared to use them. Decide in
advance how and when you would use them - do not leave it to the emotion
of the moment - that will make a shipwreck of the whole venture. Learn
how to use them safely.
48. Do something nice for your neighbor. The people who live near you are a
far more important part of your environment than any other.
49. Help people who suffer undeservedly. No state means you are responsible
for charity. Sure, it will be much easier when the state isn't stealing
all your extra money (or chasing you in hope of theft), but do what you
can now and get used to the process.
50. Watch over your friends. Notice when they are having a bad day, show
some kindness and concern. If they are overloaded, carry some of their
burden. We all have bad times, and your bad day may come too. Help one
another. Restore one another.

F&U
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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Fri Oct 07, 2016 6:41 pm

super interesting article: ;)


Fifty things to do NOW
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Fifty Things To Do NOW!

1. Become a part-time entrepreneur, garage-market-dealer, urban farmer,
welder, whatever. Just be productive under your own command. It doesn't
matter what it is; just be directly productive, and directly deal with
suppliers and clients. You'll find it awesomely liberating and it will
be highly useful for the free underground market.
2. Switch off the TV. Read books!
3. Socialize with people that share your ethics and that are productive and
respectful. Eat together, discuss, challenge each other, help each
other, have a good time.
4. Get a safe or safe deposit box. Start moving all the cash you can get in
there, convert at least 30% of your cash to silver and/or gold coins.
5. Invest in trust. Do minor deals for people on a trust basis. Taking
others at their word, and let yourself be challenged by yours.
6. Start looking for matches. When you talk with people, memorize what they
do, and if an opportunity comes up, connect them with someone else for a
minor finders fee (a burger, a few beers, whatever).
7. Join your local LIMA house. (We'll explain this in a future post.)
8. Travel, but don't go sight-seeing - spend your time getting to know the
people there. Think about business opportunities with them.
9. Start using aliases and pseudonyms. Get comfortable using them in
real-life situations.
10. Learn to use cryptography.
11. Learn ethics and law (not the government law!).
12. Study logic, especially the fallacies.
13. Put more cash aside. Use your part-time job as the source of saved cash.
14. Start to invest cash with people you know, in off the books projects.
Start making micro-loans to people or buy shares in their operations.
15. Learn basic double-entry book-keeping. Don't waste effort on the
account-numbers they teach you - understand the concept and use it.
16. Learn to write in code. We all have to use recordings, bookkeeping,
contact books, transaction notes etc. These should be hard to decipher
for someone taking a quick glimpse, and even hard for someone taking
time to analyze them. Use tricks like date-shifting, shorthand, making
up your own terms, etc. Or, if you want to spend a little more effort,
learn to use memorized ciphers, such as memorizing some longer text,
then apply it as a simple shifting-key to what you write, with the page
number or a marker as a keypart.
17. Tell other producers, entrepreneurs, traders etc that you appreciate
what they do.
18. Buy primarily from others like you, stay away from the on-the-books
market as much as you can.
19. When in conflict, ask someone to mediate. Solve conflicts yourself
wherever you can. Use a mutually respected and trusted third party when
necessary. Stay away from state 'justice' whenever you can.
20. Start respecting secrets. Secrets are good most of the time;
transparency is bad most of the time. Detox yourself from the
'everything should be in the open' propaganda.
21. Slowly make your part-time, off-the-books business, your main line of
income. Things like underground dental hygiene are very cool.
22. Learn that 'off-the-books' means that you really have to excel in what
you do. You have to provide quality.
23. Don't invest in single deals; invest in relationships with the market.
24. Get over it: Voting doesn't help at all.
25. Work with friends to create buying associations and selling
associations. This will give you and others lots of money to save and
lots of money to hide.
26. Harbor a fugitive. (Good ones, obviously.)
27. Help someone cross a border without documents.
28. Offer small merchants silver or gold rather than fiat currency.
29. Sell your products in silver or gold.
30. Accept and use digital gold, such as Pecunix or C-gold.
31. Start a community currency in your town.
32. Use digital cash, such as eCache.
33. Use Loom, Truebanc.
34. Get serious about protecting your Internet traffic.
35. Get comfortable working your will in the world.
36. Learn how to work your will beneficially. This is not about being
'right,' it is about causing benefit.
37. Fix your mistakes (you will make them). Learn not to repeat them.
38. Learn how to communicate effectively. Again, this is not about proving
that you are right - this is about getting true ideas into other minds
effectively.
39. Stop obeying the state in some new way. Tell your friends about your
success doing so.
40. Get comfortable with the term 'Economic Civil Disobedience.'
41. Spread the idea that the state is not magic - it is nothing more than a
collection of your neighbors - no more ethical and noble than the lamer
next door.
42. Learn how to find the false assumptions in arguments. Most public lies
sound okay if you don't find their unspoken assumptions. If they pass
too quickly, find the written version and search for the lie it
contains.
43. Learn how to disagree with kindness.
44. Accept the fact that most people are confused and are just barely
hanging on to their last shreds of self-esteem. Understand that state
intellectuals like this condition, as it makes people easier to keep in
line - a little shame goes a long way.
45. Don't waste your energy on the political crisis de jour. Busy your mind
with more substantial things. Daily political dramas are a time-sink,
and the statists like it. Stop following their script.
46. Use jurisdictional arbitrage to deprive the state of your money. Work
with friends if the setup costs are too large for you.
47. Learn to defend yourself, your family, your neighbors and your town. No
state means no military. Until you take this upon yourself, your plans
will always have a gaping hole in their middle. There is no free lunch
here either. Get weapons and be mentally prepared to use them. Decide in
advance how and when you would use them - do not leave it to the emotion
of the moment - that will make a shipwreck of the whole venture. Learn
how to use them safely.
48. Do something nice for your neighbor. The people who live near you are a
far more important part of your environment than any other.
49. Help people who suffer undeservedly. No state means you are responsible
for charity. Sure, it will be much easier when the state isn't stealing
all your extra money (or chasing you in hope of theft), but do what you
can now and get used to the process.
50. Watch over your friends. Notice when they are having a bad day, show
some kindness and concern. If they are overloaded, carry some of their
burden. We all have bad times, and your bad day may come too. Help one
another. Restore one another.

F&U
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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Fri Oct 07, 2016 7:41 pm

"----Basically, enjoy your life how you see fit :)----"




--------------------------> basicaly ?........................................yes ! ;) ----------------------> exactly !
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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Fri Nov 04, 2016 7:20 am

Interesting list! Thanks for sharing deffie! :D

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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Wed Dec 28, 2016 5:18 pm

It's like for zombie apocalypse, except all infrastructure works and ice cream trucks still run around. ;)


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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:50 am

2. Switch off the TV. Read books!
ahh. I almost never watch TV but I always spend too much time on my computer. I always thought I need to engage more in reading. any books to suggest?
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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:40 am

I really liked 37!

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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:55 am

2. Switch off the TV. Read books!
ahh. I almost never watch TV but I always spend too much time on my computer. I always thought I need to engage more in reading. any books to suggest?
Hi mjglqw, this is a little late but I recommend this one (Dragon Teeth by Micheal Crichton) -

https://steemit.com/life/@nandibear/has ... agon-teeth
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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:28 pm

2. Switch off the TV. Read books!
ahh. I almost never watch TV but I always spend too much time on my computer. I always thought I need to engage more in reading. any books to suggest?
Hi mjglqw, this is a little late but I recommend this one (Dragon Teeth by Micheal Crichton) -

https://steemit.com/life/@nandibear/has ... agon-teeth
thanks for the suggestion. will try to grab that novel after I finish my monkey business
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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Sat Sep 02, 2017 6:29 pm

You can't do 50 things right now, maybe pick one and become good at it

"Start moving all the cash you can get in
there, convert at least 30% of your cash to silver and/or gold coins."

Really, really dumb advice. Gold and silver do not produce anything. Stocks do.
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Re: Fifty things to do NOW ( source: Anarplex )

Fri Jun 08, 2018 1:17 pm

Thanks for sharing. So nice

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