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    Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Sup gentlemen,

    I had enough of society and want to checkout.
    Everywhere I go are full of women and men who worship them I'm getting sick of it. I plan to ghost by learning to code to get my money up then becoming a digital nomad.

    The main problem is finding a place to go away from everyone and everything. i thought about getting land somewhere and creating a tiny house in America but america is going to hell and a hand basket so that a no go. Thinking of living the out of country, anyone here ever loved as a digital nomad?
    If not what other ways have you successfully ghost society?

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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Ghost in plain sight. If you're focused on your own path you won't be stumbling over the mental gymnastics of contemplating other's psychological shortcomings, we're in the insane asylum, but not part of the insane asylum, leave the loonies to their own lack of common sense and the suffering they pay for it.
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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    The western US is ass deep in small towns, villages and country areas that have fallen on hard times. Long as you're a good neighbor you'll be left in peace, if that's what you want. Sure, there's jerks everywhere but your chances of having quality neighbors is high. Most small towners aren't pushy unless provoked.

    Living expenses are good, though any serious shopping might be an hour or two away. The bitch is making a living. That's why those houses are empty, no living wage jobs nearby. If you got that covered there's an endless choice of towns, though many will still have much in common.

    These places really are out there, more than you'd think. It's mostly a small population of locals, with whatever other visitors there are just driving through to wherever their going. Look around, and you could find one almost as isolated as a desert island. Remember that whistlestop town in the movie "Tremors?" There are places like that, though I'd like someplace a little bigger.
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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Just be unattractive, unassuming and don't say anything about trp/mgtow. All the attractive young girls leave small towns to go to school/ jump into the city meat grinder, so unless old ladies and junkie chicks have a thing for you all good.

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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    The western US is ass deep in small towns, villages and country areas that have fallen on hard times. Long as you're a good neighbor you'll be left in peace, if that's what you want. Sure, there's jerks everywhere but your chances of having quality neighbors is high. Most small towners aren't pushy unless provoked.

    Living expenses are good, though any serious shopping might be an hour or two away. The bitch is making a living. That's why those houses are empty, no living wage jobs nearby. If you got that covered there's an endless choice of towns, though many will still have much in common.

    These places really are out there, more than you'd think. It's mostly a small population of locals, with whatever other visitors there are just driving through to wherever their going. Look around, and you could find one almost as isolated as a desert island. Remember that whistlestop town in the movie "Tremors?" There are places like that, though I'd like someplace a little bigger.
    I've also considered ghosting in a small town where everything is cheap. My big concern is I work on the Internet in a way that requires high-quality Internet speeds for VOIP phone calls. Any old crappy Internet speed won't do.

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    Starlink

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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    I've also considered ghosting in a small town where everything is cheap. My big concern is I work on the Internet in a way that requires high-quality Internet speeds for VOIP phone calls. Any old crappy Internet speed won't do.
    This is an area that could go either way. Not long ago, internet in the country was a wasteland. Satellite won't cut it. But quality landline is slowly moving in. My village got it a year or so ago. Not everywhere has it, so it's one more thing you'll have to scout out first.

    Small town stores always charge a premium, it comes with the territory. For food that won't spoil, or bigger items, most everyone drives to the nearest city. We like to support local business, but it only goes so far. When there's big money at stake, we drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    This is an area that could go either way. Not long ago, internet in the country was a wasteland. Satellite won't cut it. But quality landline is slowly moving in. My village got it a year or so ago. Not everywhere has it, so it's one more thing you'll have to scout out first.

    Small town stores always charge a premium, it comes with the territory. For food that won't spoil, or bigger items, most everyone drives to the nearest city. We like to support local business, but it only goes so far. When there's big money at stake, we drive.
    I'm sure the rise of being able to buy almost anything online has helped too. I already shop way more online than I used to. When we were deep in the pandemic, the only in-person shopping I did was grocery shopping. Everything else I just bought online.

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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    What would happen if the internet died for some reason?

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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Quote Originally Posted by pirate88 View Post
    What would happen if the internet died for some reason?
    Then it would suck to be you.

    I don't buy on-line, but it seems to be the future. Kind a like how TV shopping really done a lot of mail order places like Sears and Wards long ago. My neighbor doesn't get around good, so he buys a lot online. I'm not sure how safe it is, he has a lot more credit card problems than I do.
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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Personally I think if you want to ghost, you have to pick one of two extremes.

    Either you pick a remote/rural area to live where you only go into town every month or two to do shopping.

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    You live in a high density area where you effectively blend into the swarm.

    Small towns and suburbia are not a good idea. People tend to know everyone else's business in those sort of areas, and it is very hard to keep to yourself without becoming like Boo Radley, who is ironically well known because he keeps to himself.

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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Quote Originally Posted by thenamelessone View Post
    Small towns and suburbia are not a good idea. People tend to know everyone else's business in those sort of areas, and it is very hard to keep to yourself without becoming like Boo Radley, who is ironically well known because he keeps to himself.
    There's some truth in what you say, but I've had no trouble being MGTOW in a small town. I appear to be the clueless geek I formerly was, and no one's figured my game out yet. Being a geezer and a former blue pill loser helps, but the truth is, nobody's paying attention. Young people may think it odd I have no partner, but I have little contact with them. The rest of the people either don't notice or don't care. Living here most of my life also helped. Longtime residents are usually left in peace, rather we be oddballs or not.

    It's true I live in the heart of the blue pill world. But since it's where I grew up, and all I knew till seven years ago, it's no big deal.

    Even if they were watching, and did care, well so what? They have no control or power over me.
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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    This is some quality intel, fellas thanks!

    I have been Ghosting in plain sight for years now(no one knows Im a mgtow, I just act like everyone else around me) but I am just tried of seeing so many god damn simps, pussy passes and general blue pill society.

    I want to limit my exposure to women and society as much as possible but I fear that maybe impossible. Maybe I should tryb
    my luck in rural America? Not having neighbors around me sounds real nice right about now.

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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Quote Originally Posted by pirate88 View Post
    What would happen if the internet died for some reason?
    Assuming you mean either long term or permanently, this wouldn't just mean you can't buy shit and no longer watch porn....this would be a civilization collapsing event...everything runs on the internet - all banking systems, power/electric systems, communication systems etc.

    If it's temporary (happens fairly often at our farm including several times today), it's kind of a nice break actually...

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    Re: Ghosting plans, the right approach?

    Quote Originally Posted by FangBlade View Post
    This is some quality intel, fellas thanks!

    I have been Ghosting in plain sight for years now(no one knows Im a mgtow, I just act like everyone else around me) but I am just tried of seeing so many god damn simps, pussy passes and general blue pill society.

    I want to limit my exposure to women and society as much as possible but I fear that maybe impossible. Maybe I should tryb
    my luck in rural America? Not having neighbors around me sounds real nice right about now.
    A home outside a small town is the best if you can afford it. You'll end up discussing neighborly things with the people living next to you now and then. But them and whoever you talk to in town shopping is about all the contact you'll have.

    You will still be in the blue pill world, but they should leave you out of it if that's what you want. Most small towner's will respect your privacy. If anyone asks why your there, just tell them you were sick of the city and leave it at that.
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    Thanks for the information!


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