Message from dmac100 in Cascade Front #self-improvement-general

2017-09-29 05:04:04 UTC  

Yeah, probably not a great idea. Too much work. Just build it with solid shit..kek

2017-09-29 05:04:12 UTC  

Oh shit, What if we used chicken wire attached the frame with plastic over that?

2017-09-29 05:05:05 UTC  

That would definitely give it some strength. You could even make a few vent slits for wind resitance that way.

2017-09-29 05:05:42 UTC  

Yeah, I can't believe that I didn't think of it sooner.

2017-09-29 05:05:46 UTC  

How big are you trying to go here?

2017-09-29 05:06:22 UTC  

Actually now that you mention it, I know someone who has one with chain link inner walls.

2017-09-29 05:07:07 UTC  

He didn't use plastic on the outside though. I think it was a conversion from an old chicken coup.

2017-09-29 05:07:27 UTC  

Well at least 6 feet tall at the apex. I have no Idea how wide to make it.

2017-09-29 05:07:38 UTC  

How much room do you have?

2017-09-29 05:07:51 UTC  

1 acre

2017-09-29 05:07:54 UTC  


2017-09-29 05:08:09 UTC  

Dude, just build something permanent.

2017-09-29 05:08:51 UTC  

No, I live on an acre and a half if you include the house. I can't, I don't own the land.

2017-09-29 05:09:03 UTC  


2017-09-29 05:09:12 UTC  

Renting fucking sucks.

2017-09-29 05:09:25 UTC  


2017-09-29 05:09:34 UTC  

It has it's place though.

2017-09-29 05:10:22 UTC  

Plus, I have a few large trees in the yard so making something that could move would be better.

2017-09-29 05:12:17 UTC  

I have to ask, are looking to do something like orchid's plan? Or, are you gonna come be Bear Grills with ramen and me?

2017-09-29 05:13:40 UTC  

I'm good either way tbh, whatever works out best. I think some civilization is probably good to have relatively near though.

2017-09-29 05:14:45 UTC  

We aren't moving to Alaska, so there will always be civilization near by.

2017-09-29 05:14:52 UTC  

I've been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to learn most of the basic skills needed to "homestead", but I don't mind city living either.

2017-09-29 05:16:19 UTC  

I'm not sure if this is the right thread, but something like this has the ability to make a ton of money if we're close enough to a large city.

2017-09-29 05:16:40 UTC  

It's 10 mins from where I live.

2017-09-29 05:17:21 UTC  

When you say "a ton" of money, how much are you thinking?

2017-09-29 05:18:23 UTC  

KEK "Come Visit the White Nationalist Petting Zoo! Fun For All Ages!"

2017-09-29 05:19:42 UTC  

I don't even care about the money, that would be fun and awesome.

2017-09-29 05:20:29 UTC  

enough to justify purchasing land to make something like this. Any left over produce can be eaten or fed to pigs. It also lets us establish a way to show that we aren't just a bunch of ted kacynski inspired skinheads.

2017-09-29 05:20:50 UTC  

It would be all wholesome white families. No boons screaming about not getting enough food pellets.

2017-09-29 05:21:36 UTC  

I think it would be worth doing just for the sake of outreach and fun.

2017-09-29 05:22:01 UTC  

You also have to rember that these are rustbelt prices, not west coast prices.

2017-09-29 05:23:02 UTC  

We could win the hearts and minds of our fellow white people while making some money to further our cause.

2017-09-29 05:23:44 UTC  

yeah thats a great idea

2017-09-29 05:23:52 UTC  

I'm still not sold on the revenue potential, it would definitely be region dependent. But I still think it's a good idea.

2017-09-29 05:25:57 UTC  

Well, if we're two hours from seattle it probably wouldn't work. They have 15 acres of land and are somehow able to employ enough people to work 6 seperate locations and a bakery.

2017-09-29 05:28:28 UTC  

Now, add into this plan the fact that we could grow stuff like this I think it would take a few years to setup, but after that we'd have a profitable, legal buisiness that helps whites reconnect with their roots.

2017-09-29 05:28:36 UTC  

now that I think about it, starting any kind of business would be great for local outreach, wether it be pubs, stores, restaurants, or even something like a church

2017-09-29 05:28:45 UTC  

For sure.

2017-09-29 05:29:15 UTC  

We, could work with the local 4H and boy scout troops.

2017-09-29 05:29:27 UTC  

This is why it's so important to be palletable to the public.

2017-09-29 05:29:49 UTC  

Well, one of the reasons why.