psilocybin mushrooms are the safest, most consistently profitable drug you can sell.
>first, let's get the obvious out of the way: everyone already knows how to get grass; your status as a useless member of society becomes even clearer when you put on the weed-man hat. the mj market is saturated like a bud dipped in hash oil, so there's a very good chance that some smooth-ass puka-bead in your vicinity sells better shit for the lo-lo.
>"harder" drugs will get you more profit than weed or mushrooms (before you get caught), but with that profit comes a huge increase in the amount of risk you've already decided to take. some bumps in the road you may stumble upon: >being at least partially responsible for death, injury, addiction, trauma, and little colombian kids getting shot in the face >getting robbed at gun/knifepoint by shitty people >getting robbed at gunpoint by the shitty government >getting high off your own supply and becoming an addict >losing the source of your supply >constant paranoia as both a cause and effect of success >constant bullshit from customers whether you're successful or not >jail >prison >incarceration >the long dick of the law
>if you don't know degree-level chemistry, everything else that isn't mushrooms has the hidden caveat of you not being the producer. when you don't grow your own shit, you're in the uniquely ass-chafing scenario of supplier dependency, which means less money and more risk across the board.
mushroom-growing is capable of being done by pretty much any retard on 4chan. it starts by ordering spores on the internet for "research." incredibly, this is 100% legal in most states and countries, no bullshit qualifications needed. your first grow can cost as little as twenty dollars, and give you about a pound of product. a quick google search will show that if you can spare $50 and made a "b" on your 5th-grade potato science project, you can become your local town's mushroom kingpin. there's even a 1-hr youtube tutorial (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=er1i3M-w51E)... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
After one wild night of shilling buttcoins, asking how to get into JP Morgan, and general shitposting on /biz/, you go get a glass of water. When you turn on the faucet, a Djinn comes out, and he allows you to pick one of the following wishes:
I-) You can reduce your lifespan by any number of years, and for each one that you lose, he will give you the equivalent of $60K in any currency that you chose. You won't grow older because of that transaction, just naturally dying sooner, however, he won't reveal how long you have left.
II-) He will flip a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>974844 >>974848 >>974849 sorry, I didn't explaining other things: - the govt. would be required by law to redistribute that wealth - your family would be able to transfer money, or whatever, to you (or to anyone they want) while they are still alive
hate to burst your bubble cause it seems you think you found something pretty special here but im fairly certain its just a stamp put there by most likely a bank or business just to keep count of what they have, look at other bills for other random marks like this i feel like they are fairly common at least for my currency (usd) it seems someones always drawing or stamping it a little bit here or there in some way, like i see black sharpie marks on the side of bills occasionally nothing too special sorry
I'm a photographer, and a very good one I believe. I spent the last 4 years polishing my craft only to discover that I just forgot to pay attention on how to make money.
Yeah, I know I should find a niche, find clients and just shoot. But that's not what I want to do for the rest of my life.
So initially my plan is to associate with another fellow (very talented photographer) and focus on the advertising niche (where the money really is, but also the competition).
Second, start a blog to give back. I found that most of the blogs about photography here in my country (and pretty much all over the world) are just "5 things you should never say to a client", "3 things that will make your photos a lot better", and that's just BULLSHIT. I fucking hate that shit.
My plan is to start a non-bullshit blog that really teaches about every aspect of the craft in every step of the path (I was an assistant for many years).
So, these are 2 of the pillars. And I believe they complement each other. My portfolio will give some credit to the blog, specially in the beginning, and the blog will bring some attention to my portifolio giving me some more to put on the table when prospecting in some agencies.
Eventually, I plan to have a good base of followers and a nice mail list.
So my plan is to sell to them.
Initially workshops, one-on-ones, maybe some video courses. But in the long run I plan to review some equipments and start to import and sell with some e-commerce structure.
So, this configures the third part of the pillar.
Active work as a photographer, a base of readers/clients for the blog and eventually a store. They all complement nicely each other.
I don't plan to get rich doing this (but you never know), I just want to have some money left so I can invest the shit / seek bigger opportunities.
So, what's wrong with my plan? I'm seeking some real advice.
ps: in the picture a book that really changed my life.
>>974699 Its called pump and dump wallet why the fuck would anyone talk about ethereum when bitcoin is on a bullrun right now before the drop cut that shit out. Jumps 30$s in less then 24 come the fuck on.
What car should I drive to be taken seriously? I buy most of my clothes from Nordstrom. I have the all new 2016 iPhone 6s Plus. I have my own business, but don't really make much money in comparison to the greats, but I'm getting there. I want a car that exudes class, but something that also exudes reliability and practicality. I've been think about the 2016 Honda Fit. Mark Zuckerberg (the CEO of Facebook) used to drive one, and he's a billionaire. I am a bit worried about meeting clients with such a vehicle, as they know I'm not a billionaire.
>The GDP growth is consistently negative. >The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Russia contracted 4.10 percent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2015, following 4.6 percent drop in the previous period and below market expectations. >http://www.tradingeconomics.com/russia/gdp-growth-annual
>Russia has the highest heroin usage in the world, second only to Afghanistan who happens to be the lead producer or opiates,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Have had 3 jobs in the last year >All lasted no more than 6 weeks before I got fired
What the fuck am I supposed to do? Why is keeping a job so difficult?
First job: I worked as a cleaner at a school. Got fired because I accidentally dropped a wet sponge onto a girls shirt and accussed of harassment Second job: I stacked shelves at the supermarket. Got fired because I was accidentally stacking things in the wrong place each day eg putting ice cream on top of frozen meat Third job: I worked... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I read online a little bit about this app and I was wondering if it was up to snuff. What makes this different than just investing through my work's 401k? Since you guys are pretty savvy, I thought that I could use your insight.
Basically, according to the website, you put some money towards them kinda often and then they take your money and invest it for you in what I would presume is mutual funds and then you get a return. Of course, the longer you stay with it, the better off you'll be.
That's the website there and if I'm wrong, that's the conclusion that I came to from reading the site.
So, I've heard a lot about ethical investing, but what about unethical investing? What is the most unethical way to use my euroshekels? Are there any producers of heroin-distributing, babbykilling cluster bombs that above them all?
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