Message from dmac100 in Cascade Front #general

2017-09-21 22:25:17 UTC  

Is there a class I should take to learn about this or stuffbi should watch? I have no experience in wood working

2017-09-21 22:25:28 UTC  

take manufacturing and construction or something

2017-09-21 22:25:32 UTC  

or electrical engineering

2017-09-21 22:26:05 UTC  

Theres probably some in your nearest community college.

2017-09-21 22:26:50 UTC  

Woodworking is pretty eassy to learn the basics of.

2017-09-21 22:27:34 UTC  


2017-09-21 22:29:17 UTC  

i once read somewhere that whaterwheels were historically a huge economic stepping stone when they were invented, we definitely have to look into building one

2017-09-21 22:31:50 UTC  

I kind of imagine this whole project taking a rustic Germanic/Nordic folkish sort of aesthetic to it.

2017-09-21 22:32:05 UTC  


2017-09-21 22:32:18 UTC  

What I mean is be prepared for every white nationalist group in existence to be taking photos of us for propaganda lol

2017-09-21 22:32:31 UTC  

Especially once we moving the families in

2017-09-21 22:32:36 UTC  


2017-09-21 22:43:20 UTC  

Guys, I hate to say it but mossy rock isn't gonna work. Just look at the prices per acre. We could buy one acre on the island or 20 on the mainland.

2017-09-21 22:43:53 UTC  

I'd say too, if we're planning to try and expand, an island isn't the place to start.

2017-09-21 22:44:26 UTC  


2017-09-21 22:45:46 UTC  


2017-09-21 22:47:59 UTC  

Do we have any comparable mainland locations?

2017-09-21 22:50:58 UTC  

washington oregon
Both of these places are large enough to support a few people and close enough to a large city for jobs and supplies.

2017-09-21 22:54:28 UTC  

Those process aren't bad

2017-09-21 22:54:31 UTC  


2017-09-21 22:55:07 UTC  

Yeah, if everybody chipped in a few grand we could move in next week.

2017-09-21 22:55:32 UTC  

Let alone in a year once more people are ready to move in

2017-09-21 22:55:45 UTC  

How are we gonna pool our money together by the way?

2017-09-21 22:56:23 UTC  

Is there like a private version of pages like gofundme just so we can keep giving until we have enough?

2017-09-21 22:56:28 UTC  

No idea, hoping someone else would figure that out.

2017-09-21 22:56:54 UTC  

Where's our money goy in this group?

2017-09-21 22:56:57 UTC  


2017-09-21 22:57:05 UTC  

or we could maybe open up a joint account

2017-09-21 22:57:06 UTC  

in a bank

2017-09-21 22:57:55 UTC  

I'd like something more like a gofundme where we could have accountability and see the amount of money we have raised my the dollar

2017-09-21 22:58:16 UTC  

What if we posted it as an "eco farm" project or some shit

2017-09-21 22:58:21 UTC  

Somebody with a good credit score could buy it with a mortgage and as we show up we bring money to pay it off. If I understand correctly there isn't a downside to paying it off early.

2017-09-21 22:58:37 UTC  

That's probably true

2017-09-21 22:59:30 UTC  

I like it. We make a "fake" kickstarter project to raise money for buying land.

2017-09-21 22:59:42 UTC  

I like that idea

2017-09-21 22:59:57 UTC  

And categorize it as an organic farm community or something like that

2017-09-21 23:00:01 UTC  

Nothing political

2017-09-21 23:00:19 UTC  

giving back to mother earth

2017-09-21 23:00:42 UTC  

In fact, we could use this as a cover A LOT

2017-09-21 23:01:31 UTC  

"nah bruh we're just simple farmers tending to our farms"

2017-09-21 23:02:03 UTC  

"donate enough and you could have a chance of joining us on our property"