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How does one make money online that doesn't involve crypto/SR/camwhoring? like for example, how does one actually start a blog and make money from it? Do you need to set up all kinds of things like bank account, a paypal or whatever, and have advertisers pay you or what?
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No. 42357
Affiliate marketing still works to some degree but profits are going down. The reality is you will have to jump into black hat marketing for mostly anything that will be profitable and even legit quality products will need at lest some grey hat tricks to grow fast and make you money that is not "if my content stays good enough I might make some money from it in 3 years".
E-thot scams still work like a charm and the chance to get busted is near zero. Just sell some beta orbiters some pics you find literally anywhere for $30-50 worth of Amazon Gift Cards... You can easily get 1-4 customers per day, if you're into jail bait even more in the usual places
Flipping IG and TikTok accounts is easy money on certain markets but that is now more of a investment. Build them with a large number of followers now in what ever niche that is alway popular and sell them in 2-3 years for $100+ per account
Porn, porn always works so a porn blog where you just upload fap galleries from image boards is always in demand and porn affiliates give zero fucks how you generate your traffic of how you funnel them to their site
Reselling services always works, drop shipping with the "free xy for $xx shipping" with a $0.30 worth item with a $8 shipping free you pocket, (you just order it from AliExpress for free lel) still works in the US, in the EU not so much.
If you have a big hobby you're really passionate about monetizing videos on YT and selling extra content on Patreon always works and scaleability just depends on your skills to pump out new quality content.

Enjoy.
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No. 42383
>>42357
>Porn, porn always works so a porn blog where you just upload fap galleries from image boards is always in demand

People willing to pay for this crap actually exist?
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No. 42385
>>42383
They even pay for “footy streams“ you rip from free sites and put behind a paywall. The average internet porn consoomer is as naive and stupid as a 10 year old.
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No. 42433 Kontra
The gigabrain move to benefit from the pandemic would've been to buy up webcams three months ago. I haven't checked it in detail, but budget ones seem to be going for at least 3x the price now. I guess unfortunately the opportunity is lost now though.

Hide No. 40928 Systemkontra [Reply]
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Keep rollin'
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No. 42149
Hey wow, did you know that Russia so big, it even has American car crash videos?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hc4uKOcX1Pk
Is this a thing? Like do you guys really sit around watching American dash cam videos? I don't even know how it came up on my recommended list.
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No. 42153
>>42149
Just some random channel who just releasing videos of different crashes. Not that much views and subscribers, with most popular video of "moto-crashes in russia"
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No. 42155
https://ernstchan.xyz/int/thread/42154 made new thread, hop in
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No. 42337
Pulled an all nighter to start a sideproject. Kept working on some documentation I'm doing for the company I work for. I do not feel the side effects of sleep deprivation at it's fullest. I feel sorta hypomanic as well, like I should go 48h without sleep again. But I might not do that at all.

Peace, Brents.

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  1. Where did/does Ernst study?
  2. What did/does Ernst study?
  3. Are you happy with your study choice?
  4. Did you or do you want to study abroad and if so at what university?
  5. Did you or do you expect to find a job in your field
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No. 42003
>>42002
That's cool, I hope the reality of wage work doesn't kill of your enthusiasm for the field.
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>>42003
It's ok, it's luckily not economically competitive, but rather civil service. What coudl kill my enthusiasm there was the wage itself as compared to what other people with that skillset earn on the job market, but I absolutely do not care about that.

But it is so cool, soooo cool. Did you know there is a stackexchange subgroup especially for GIS?
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No. 42097
>>42021
Yeah that's fun. We don't do GIS in a strict sense but we did a lot of satellite image processing and geospatial nerds are a helpful bunch.
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No. 42098
>>42097
I've been through five universities and three diplomas - two of them exchanges

I really miss being a student. But I'm getting too old to do it again and it's getting a bit ridiculous. I mean I've always been good at it and that's fun but after a point you're just fucking around pointlessly instead of changing someting in the world.

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This is going to be an odd thread, but I don't really know what other imageboard to post this on(especially with that other place full of horrible people) but I want to be able to talk about this. How many here are old enough to be fathers now with their own kids? Or at least would want to one day? After many years of struggle I finally found a gf and two months ago she gave birth to a healthy baby boy I am very proud and happy to call my son.

It's been a real rollercoaster of emotions ever since, feeling highs of joy and despair at the same time. It's quite unlike anything I've ever experienced before, on one hand I'm really proud and happy to have a son but on the other hand I'm now suddenly terrified by this fear that I might end up being an inadequate father and end up with a fucked up human being. How do I not fuck this up? Parenthood is fucking terrifying, I've already given a lot of thought to not repeating my own father's mistakes, what else should I keep in mind?
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No. 42029
>>41967
There is no difference between people from both "left" and "right" sides who think that it's right to enforce reduction of human rights based on thier "view of ideal society". If you so don't want "cancers of society" and "ideal world" - build death prison camp for yourself where you will feel yourself happy, don't enforce others live in it just because some people don't fit in your twisted vision of ideal world.

Living in countries where pseudo-socialism and authoritarism is major part of society, you feel only disgust towards anyone who saying how you "should" live. And yes, it's only leed to degradation, even if it present good looking picture from outside sometimes. Living as some sort of retarded herd will never make anything better for making.

Open societly show all imperfections of individuals, but only it allow for persons to evolve spiritually and mentally.
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No. 42039
>>41834
Take comfort in the fact that bad parents (and people in general) will never ask themselves if they are good.
Self awareness is like 50% of the job
The rest of the job is being present in your child's life and being strict and firm ehen you need too.
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No. 42051 Kontra
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>>41968
>>41967
I think hard about what both of you wrote. I don't quite get it, I'm sorry.

>How did university go for you socially?
Not at all, mostly. Pic related is what I never had. Sometimes, someone took pity on me and allowed me to tag along. I walked through the park on my way to uni, and as soon as it was 15°C, it was full of topless dudes playing frisbe or volleyball. I walked by, trying to not look left or right and at least keep an upright posture. I never was able to throw or catch. I was miserably bad at billiards and darts.

I knew a Serbian girl in uni, she used me as a live teddy bear. She always told me about other dudes. One time, she told me
>I really like X. He told me how he fucks another girl every week. He goes to $club, and he stays until they close. Then, he blocks a hot girls way so she has to talk to him, and then he has sex with her. He's so ***honest***
another time, she told me

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>>42051
>She constantly told me about her first boyfriend, how great he was, how good it was that they were still friends, and how awesome their recent trip together to a European capital had been
In this case the correct response in my opinion would have been: "Well, why don't you get tit surgery, cook every evening and give me 3 blowjobs a day, then you can make demands" or something like this, just to show her that she's being unreasonable here. People really should be told off when they make unreasonable demands like your old GF, otherwise they will believe that they are right (because you didn't stand up against it, so it must have been the truth, right?). And I actually found that telling such people off leads to gaining respect, instead of losing it, because they notice that they can't bully you around. Of course you risk that she'll pack her bags and leave, but she eventually did anyway. And from what I read here you should be glad that she's gone.

I noticed something that applies to most areas in life: There are people who complain a lot, and then everyone just assumes (even the people who receive the complaints) that the reason for this is that there is a lot to complain about. In reality more often than not the reason is that some people just love to complain, while other people mind their own business and don't care about constantly pointing out others (no matter if real or not) flaws. So if one person constantly complains about the other, it might be for a reason, but it also might be that the complaning person is just very, very, annoying.

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There is a thread asking about German grammar, but why not make a languages general?

Why aren't you learning a language in your free time? Go for it, it's a good use of time. In a couple of years, you'll have an interesting skill.

I'm currently learning Russian, it's a horrible language crafted by Satan himself. Cyrillic is bad, but cursive cyrillic is just sadistic, it is no wonder that so many people resisted attempts at Russification.

https://www.livelingua.com/course/fsi/Russian_FAST_Course

Here is a link if anyone wants to suffer alongside me with Russian.

C'mon Ernst, learn a language!
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No. 37706
>>14594
The IPA is cool, but the problem with it is that the symbols aren't 100% precise. Like one example my linguistics textbook gave is that the [p] sound in Russian and English is slightly different, even though the same symbol is used. IPA symbols are precise in the context of a specific language, obviously.
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No. 41702
Can people in England or Ireland understand just what in the absolute fuck Scottish people are even saying?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpVhSx0fZwM
When is a language no longer even its parent language? Like is this what proto-Romance languages sounded like?
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No. 41703
>>41702
Uh, neither english nor scottish are of the romance language tree. English is germanic and scottish is most likely celtic.
Here, check this out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-European_languages#/media/File:IndoEuropeanTree.svg
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No. 41704
>>41703
I am aware of that. I apparently accidentally the end of that sentence.
>Like is this what proto-Romance languages sounded like to Romans?
It probably wasn't as clear given that wording. Meaning, is this like how the earliest splits sounded like in language splits. Or how modern Slavic languages might sound in their earlier archaic forms to speakers of some proto-Slavonic.

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With the news of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest and the probable implication of many other rich and powerful Americans, I’m reminded of why I’ve always found the decades of these rumors completely believable—the “Dutroux incident” in Belgium.
Marc Dutroux is a career criminal, multiple murderer, and serial rapist/pedophile who was convicted of abducting and sexually assaulting several young girls in the 1980s, but was released after only 3 years in prison.
He went on to reoffend almost immediately, keeping captured teenagers in his basement until they starved to death and even killing one of his own business associates.
The notable aspects of this case that make it unusual in comparison to the average serial-killer-type tale are Dutroux’s high-level connections to the upper tiers of Belgian society and the notable “incompetence” involved with the investigation.
For example, at one point, police actually inspected Dutroux’s home, HEARD the screaming of the starving young women in his basement, and appeared to decide they had simply “come from elsewhere.”
They also seized videotapes that depicted Dutroux building the cell in his basement, but never even viewed the tapes, and then RETURNED them.
It is certain that children died due to this unforgivable police work, but it’s also quite likely that this was something more sinister than mere incompetence.
Dutroux, it transpired during trial, was involved with pedophile/trafficking rings which implicated vast swathes of the Belgian govt., police, and civil service.

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>>24926
Pure coincidence
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No. 24934
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>>24384
Seems that he intended to testify against persons of the American oligarchy. e.g. Trump oder Clinton.
Hence Epstein needed a friendly reminder that he should not do it.
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No. 40466
The Dutroux network included top politicians, lawyers, judges, policechiefs, bankers, generals, everyone was involved.
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No. 41548
So OP you may be interested in this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUDxQT9OM44
Frankly I find it amazing that Qtards even exist at this point still convinced the guy us going to lock up all the pedos. Everywhere you turn there's some other member of the elite pedo network connected to Donald Trump, and George Nader isn't even someone alleged but a known and convicted pedophile who he hired onto his campaign. It really starts to look like the reason he's even known all these guys is because he knew them through the pedo network like Barr, Acosta, Dershowitz, Epstein, and now you've got these guys.

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has Ernst enough prepp ?
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No. 40140
>>40104
The problem is Americans are extremely dumb and histrionic. I'm worried about not having a gun because I'm surrounded by stupid as shit Americans. I do not want to be around all these bourgeois soccer moms, hoodrats, rednecks, and other assorted bydlo when SHTF. It's more a "I need guns because other people have guns" type of a thing"but why don't you have guns ernst" because I have typically been too poor to afford one which is like a month's rent to get an actually decent gun or one I'd genuinely want not just a shotgun and because the odds had always been that I am far far vastly far more likely to use it on myself than anyone else which is precisely why I have never bought one, and on top of that I was also an alcoholic and frankly the odds were not zero that I'd hurt someone on accident. "But why didn't you buy one and keep it in storage" because it was a ridiculous cost that I could not afford which is irrelevant because even if I did have one it'd still be in storage anyway just like my bb guns and pellet rifle none of which I have any access to right now in which case I'd still be completely fucked.
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>>40076
You are a moron
>strong you men

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No. 41447
Halfway between prepping and technologist, this man shows what you can accomplish with just a few good tools
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arnAD8I7msQ
Was just watching some pretty ebin videos about living in cabins, survivalism, and cheap living but ended up skimming over some. Building a cabin on a bakkie sounds like a fantastic idea for cheap living, if you can find a cheap enough pickup truck that is. I'm guessing the main problem is ultimately going to be about power which pretty much translates to batteries.

It's harder to find good videos about theories on development of xenobiology and realistic looks at what making a colony ship or setting a new colony would entail.
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No. 41459
>>40140
I've said it before, but move to Utah if you get the chance. Mormons have managed to preserve decent old-fashioned American culture for the most part.
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No. 41461
>>41459
I'm not going to put up with Mormons. They are creepy as shit and a bunch of heretics.

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Fugger (German pronunciation: [ˈfʊɡɐ]) is a German family that was a historically prominent group of European bankers, members of the fifteenth- and sixteenth-century mercantile patriciate of Augsburg, international mercantile bankers, and venture capitalists.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fugger

fug :---DDD
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No. 41336
>>41316
As none of the New-'Ernsts' is delivering, Ernst will.

https://ufile.io/sy7iwdhe
But it is not the gold version. Sorry.
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>>41331
>Such a unique and profound thought.

I smell a triggered Colin.
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No. 41341 Kontra
Telling people that your nose works was an old Ernst thing, I guess?
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No. 41356
>>41340
Are you sure that this post isn't caused by your insecurity over your intellectual ineptutude, ironically "triggered" by someone displaying similar symptoms slighted, and exhibited by that excuse of a butthurt response containing what I can only assume is a vague Germanosphere meme of a name because you are not able to re-articulate your idle talk in a complex manner?

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Why didn't we have this one yet?
Well, post what you're cooking/eating, discuss food and its culture in general and we may talk about diets as well if you want to.

I'm not a big cook myself but once in a blue moon I like to do it if the process is not too hard or needs too much time. I think the last time I actually cooked something was a south-western inspired casserole, it was extremely fatty because of the massive amount of molten cheese and I felt bad after eating it.
Today I found some older frozen asian vegetables in my freezer and cooked them together with some frozen sugar bean pods and some curry powder, I never thought cooked vegetables without any meat or carbs could taste so well.
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No. 41277
>>41276
Can confirm. My diet at home is 90% sandwiches of various varieties. Shit that's tasty while requiring no effort.
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No. 41279
>>41277
I don't even care what cuntish shit that man did or may have done to peasants Lord Sandwich if the apocryphal tale is true is a saint to all restaurant workers. I also relied on pasta a lot because you can just cook a big vat dump some alfredo sauce and spices in and be done with it. One good pot of pasta is like a whole day or two of eatings.

Fuck you know what this thread is making me feel like I'm really not living at all. I cook nothing at all. I need to like find some kind of recipes online and...oh. Wait shit that's right the quarantine. I actually can't just casually run out and grab ingredients at the moment.

Oh well I've got cinnamon buns, ice cream, pasta, frozen pizza, cheese, and enough beans to last me a fortnight.
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No. 41283
>>41271
Aww, shucks. You're making me blush like a girl.

>>41276
>Probably a result of working kitchens.

Nope. Just a steadfast dedication and a love for food. My father loved to cook, so I must've gotten it from him. A few bad experiences at a few restaurants have also motivated me to self-teach.

The beauty of quarantine is that it's encouraged me to be self-reliant and stop dining out. Sure, I'll stop in for a fix at Taco Bell or Popeye's, but I think I'm going to be going out much less even if/when this economy "reopens."
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>>41283
Oh, did you mean YOU working in kitchens? Yeah, I can see how alienating that would be.

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Forgive me if one is already present in the catalogue, I'm sober and high on sleep deprivation.

What's your favorite drugs, my dudes?
I'm all about psychedelics every other full moon, with the odd time of weed now and then. NZ has very dear grass prices, with a gram of indoor or outdoor going for twenty NZD and ounces going anywhere from 200 (with the right connect) to 500, while usually hovering around 300 for an "ounce".

I have dabbled with opiates and they're a rare commodity on these islands. Thankfully the Chinese gold miners left heaps of opium poppies around their claims, so later this summer I'm going a hunting for poppies.
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No. 41274
>>40322
You know what I think we're pretty similar. I don't smoke weed or drink though. I'll do Kratom occasionally and have a script for Neurontin for anxiety, which I think that's the new Prozac or something? They seem to give that stuff out like candy in our country right now.

Otherwise no I don't really do drugs. I need to quit smoking though.
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No. 41275 Kontra
Apart from alcohol (which I don't even drink ≥ 1 time a week), I'm otherwise straight edge. I have enough problems with food. I don't need drugs. Beer, mead and the occasional cocktail are enough for me.

It's not that I haven't tried drugs. One my former show buddies taught me how to smoke from a one-hitter which left me high as a kite the whole night. Apart from having an inordinately mellow mood and a warped perception of time, my experience wasn't worth reliving.

Besides, personal experience with drug addicts has completely put me off from developing a habit. It doesn't help that I have one blood relative who's a bipolar wreck with a psychedelic addiction. And then, there was my "cousin" whose heroin addiction claimed her life.

I'm not perfect, but a straight edge lifestyles is what works best for me.

Polite kontra because I'm not interested in, ahem, bumming anyone's high.
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No. 41278 Kontra
>>41275
>who's a bipolar wreck with a psychedelic addiction.
He's a what? I thought that psychedelics were impossible to get physically addicted to.

Well like many former bernds ernsts I did have a drinking habit before. A pretty hard one at that. Which god was that a waste of time. I kinda wish I could enjoy weed but that stuff is fucking torturous for me. I immediately get depersonalized and dissociative, paranoid and anxious, in fact it's almost like a schizophrenic kind of feeling, but not even the confident active one like if you use Adderal on exams and overdo it (which I did do in college) but more a horrible, mentally painful, psychically tortuous one. Just the smell of weed kind of puts me on edge for some reason.

I thought your cousin was a junkie who OD'd?
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No. 41281
>>41278
The psychedelic addict is a blood relative of mine. Truth be told, I pity him, but he's so insanely toxic to everyone around him. His childhood was far from ideal, but not what I would call crippling. Still, he never got over the trauma of divorce and coming to America after having lived a pampered, care-free life in Pakistan.

The junkie who died is only a relative by law; we share no familial blood ties. She reminded me of this one Christmas. I don't want to spit on her grave, but she steadfastly eroded any pity I could've had for her.