Your Brilliant and So am I~Generating some REAL income ^_^
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Posted 6/4/11
Hi Guys Ken Ken here with a nice lil discussion idea. I was hoping we with our brilliant minds can come up with some Epically Powerful ways of making money utilizing our own as well as each others skills, talents, knowledge, etc.


I'll start off by saying that I earn up to 25 bucks per gig more or less just playing my guitar for bands who need a guitarist for a live. I also work a job that makes tip money and sell things I own but dont want or need anymore.
What ways are YOU generating positive income? ^_^
let us share!~ ^o^
Posted 6/22/11
Everyone has to start from the bottom, I got my first job when I was 16 and it was literally slave labouring in a busy restaurant after school 6pm-12am and it was hell on earth. Now I'm an assistant manager at Game part-time and love my job! Doing a medical engineering degree atm. Hopefully going to work in a lab designing and earn mega bucks when I graduate.

People who have super business ideas have most likely lived, suffered and breathed a working life before the idea popped into their heads. If not then they're just lucky as hell.
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Posted 6/22/11
Omg! Are you a fabulous faggot!? I've never met a fabulous gay online before! Or are you a girl posing as a boy?

I just red your post in William Sled's voice and it synced up perfectly!
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Um, there are lots of ways and there are a lot of different circumstances and conditions. Tell me how much money, how much work you are willing to do, and how much experience you are willing to put into it...and I will provide good sir, or is it good mam, with what you seek!
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Posted 6/22/11

KleinerSkollexxx wrote:

Omg! Are you a fabulous faggot!? I've never met a fabulous gay online before! Or are you a girl posing as a boy?

I just red your post in William Sled's voice and it synced up perfectly!


lol
Posted 6/22/11
Disability is how I get my money. Suck all the money I can by letting the government label me disabled. The only real issue? I can't drive vehicles. Pretty damn sweet.

Of course I'm not going to depend on disability forever-- I'll just be bright and find loopholes. I'm already on my way of getting a job while maintaining SSI. I'm happy to say I get I'd be getting a 650$ disposable income every month; that increases quite abit after I get my own place to live-- which I can also loophole by using HUD and getting an apartment and getting all the bills cut in half.

I generate income just by being alive, add a job and practically pre-paid bills and sufficed to say, that's a fair bit of income I'm getting. Genetically defected I am, but by rule of thumb I'm superior then the average blue collar worker because I'd be 'generating' more income at a rate which a person working two jobs would.

By the way, just to really brag, I'm also made for college. There are programs (like the one at Marshal college) that I can use to get in for a fraction of what I'd originally pay. Being legally blind and having Aspergers spectrum is just back-to-back, and neither annuls or interrupts each other. As in, the benefits are accumulative.

My only concern as of right now is the conservative butthurts taking hold of the U.S. and reducing the effectiveness of the forementioned benefits-- they can do that, after all. What for? Warmongering and generally driving the states into the ground.
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Posted 6/22/11
In my teenage years, I taught guitar lessons. I charged $19 for 30min, or $36 for a full hour. It was a great way to make disposable income. When I turned 19, I got into playing with stocks, and during the summer last year, it was all I ever did. To me, it's the easiest thing in the world. My first few years of University, scholarships paid my way through, but that money didn't last forever. So I was forced to either get a normal part-time job, or gamble my money like a real man. Of course, I'm not an idiot, I won't dare dabble with anything in the American Stock Exchange, that's either too long term or it'll fall out and make me broke. I stick to stocks listed under TSX and the TSX Venture for quick money (No, I will not give anyone trading tips, but I can tell you about plays I've previously made.). Right now I'm in the Accounting co-op program for my University and I'm making salary. In addition to this, I still do stocks, and on the side I teach a few students guitar lessons who over the years became good friends. I can proudly say that what most people with decent, respectable jobs make in a year, I make in a month, usually less, or on the rare occasion, a day. Now I'm at a crossroads. The only reason I'm continuing University is so I don't go insane sitting at my computer trading stocks. I can't just do nothing with my time, and I can easily have a career and continue to trade stocks. After I complete University, which will be in one year, I have 2 more years of Chartered Accountant training under Ernst and Young, I will write and probably ace my UFE, then I'll be an extremely fortunate part of the work force. One way to look at it is being a Chartered Accountant as a side gig, while my main source of income is from trading stocks.
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Posted 6/22/11
Well I had a part-time job last year at a photo studio as a receptionist and I got $8 and hour for that, but it really wasn't for me so I quit.

I have plenty of leftover scholarship money which helps a lot. Other than that, I just do odd jobs and take online surveys for money.
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Posted 6/22/11
Get a good education, and you can never go wrong. Unless you study for something useless, and then end up with a degree you can't use.

Or

Become a prostitute.

Don't take the last one seriously.



Posted 6/22/11
Stripping pays the bills. Be somebody baby!
Posted 6/22/11
Stealing =/
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