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Being my own boss.

  1. #1
    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]
    Seriously, you aint ever gonna make big bread workin FOR SOMEONE.

    I been thinking about what i wanna do for my next move and i think it will involve me running my own drywall business just like Dan "The Man" Conner.

    Once our lease is up we are moving to Lanford.
  2. #2
    Yes, let's work together as a team towards a common effort that benefits us all.
  3. #3
    Stop being a slave to the jew and move to the Pacific Northwest.
    Breed at least 10 children.
    Instead of a deadend job that will never get you anywhere learn a trade skill and help build strong Aryan communities.
  4. #4
    I really like the idea of making money from YouTube or livestreaming. I just don't have the proper setup to do much. Fucking windows XP

    I don't really know what to make YouTube videos about either, I mostly use my channel to upload half baked creative ideas that randomly come to me.

    But I have had a little bit of success with this video.
    You could probably get more views for your fonaplats blog videos if you named them properly, gave them good tags and stuff. It's worth the few minutes it takes when you upload to make it somewhat professional in case the algorithms pick up your video and you get lots of views

  5. #5
    fluffer for
  6. #6
    AngryOnion Big Wig [the nightly self-effacing broadsheet]

    love life and move on.
  7. #7
    Splam African Astronaut
    Drywall is easy peacy.
    Just make sure you leave satisfied clients and the work will come to you.
    Fuck breaking your back and inhaling drywall dust all day to make some other fucker rich. That's supposed to be 60 - 70$ an hour work as a contractor who knows what he's doing and does it good and quick. Of course you'll do it by the square footage. The 60 - 70$ an hour should cover your medical insurance, dental, vehicle, tools, liability insurance, time to do paperwork, downtime due to being your own contractor etc. it is not comparable to an employee making 25$ an hour working by the hour. If you skip out on the insurance, drive a beater, fix your own car, you can make a killing working for yourself.
  8. #8
    Nonce Houston
    Professional window licker would be more suited.
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