Hi /b/, I need to live under the radar for a couple months and I need advice on how to do it. In 7 days I will have $4,000 cash and the clothes on my back. I will not have any valid identification for 2 months and I need out of the state.
I have never done anything like this and I'm not even sure where to start. How do I make it on the street? Advice from anyone who has done this please.
>woke up at noon
>went to walmart for new phone
>went to friends house to set up new phone
>used new phone to try to find meth
>could not find meth
>instead went to work place to find out when I work next
>walked 4 miles down highway
>am now here
>stay in motels, pay in cash
> DO NOT EVER USE A CREDIT/DEBIT CARD
>Cash only for everything
>If you have a car and need gas, pay in cash.
>Take battery out of your phone
Go to fake name generator and get up an alias, write everything down, so if anyone asks for your name do that.
Make up a convincing story to people who ask you
Drive safe, do not get pulled over by the police.
>If big brother is after you, you will have to be low key as fuck, like hop 3 or 4 states.
>If big brother is the reason, avoid looking at cameras, buy a baseball cap and look low while in public crowds.
I got more advice but I am a bit drunk so...
If it comes down to it I know all the basics and I could live like that. I don't want to, though.
I have a car but in 7 days police will be looking for it. I can only cover a very small distance with it before I need to abandon it. How do I hitchhike? At gas stations, I guess?
How sketchy is it to ride a train across the country? I hadn't even thought of that. Will I ever get ID'd? It should be mentioned I will have a friend with me who also does not have identification.
Yeah, do this. Seriously. Get a prepaid card, book hotel room under bullshit name, use old ID or "university/school" ID and just stay there for a while. The cops there are literally retarded.
from what i understand riding trains can be expensive, at least close to where im at(west coat)
like 300 bucks..per ride between stations, adding up to over a thousand quickly over states
>wake up 7am, im still tired
>sleep on and off til 10, fap
>put minecraft in recycle bin, ''minecraft is cancer of the soul"
>play cry of fear
>'' i feel like reading"
>pick up infinite jest and lay down in bed to read it
>fall asleep, fuck, i usually never sleep this much
>go on /x/
>play cry of fear, glitches out after 3 hours, closes out, oh well
>take minecraft out of recycle bin to play it, "just for a while"
>here i am on /b/
> travel at night
> any buildings with a house spraypainted on the back are safe havens that you can easily hide inside.
Anyone have that infograph on homeless living/homeless symbols guide to help op out? I cant find it.
not my pics, found them on /b/
Theres certain symbols homeless people use in urban areas to help eachother out. A simple box with a triangle on top signifies a house, or safe house, meaning there is some way inside the building so that you may hide or avoid bad weather conditions. There's an infograph or jpeg about it online. Im too fucked to look it up. Theres about 10 - 20 symbols all together.
Nope, I have $4,000 cash that I legitimately earned and I intend to go on the run for two months. If I can sell my car fast enough I will have an additional ~1,500 dollars.
Just need to stay on the low key. How did you move three states?
Depends on the gravity of your situation, first you need a location in mind, if there is going to be a full out manhunt for you then it will only be a matter of time if your just hitchhiking, you would need to move as fast as possible. Either hitch a ride with a truck driver going cross country (Offer cash and look for one that doesnt look like hes going to rape you.) or hitch a grey hound whenever you are ready. lay low, find monthly motels for cheap and don't go out much unless its for food for the first month or so, from their try to establish yourself as a local somewhere like a bar or pool hall, find a cheap place and try and live as humble as possible, work manual labor jobs, preferably cash jobs.