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i just bought affordable land in arkansas

>not owning land at all to build the "tornado" shelter in 2022
now what? do i just live in a doghouse free of codes and stake a mailbox in the ground after getting the 911 address? taxes are current and it has direct rural hwy semi truck accessibility. it's basically a flat roblox baseplate with one george bush about 8 feet wide 5 feet tall on it.

i cant believe people slave away for 30 years in other parts of this country to own shit just because it's not in arkansas. i'm already mortgage free in my 20s and it's time to grow the garden. it really seems this easy.... get a 7,500 personal loan on credit, build prefab 650sq ft home with solar and atmospheric water generator, and graywater to contribute to the garden. if i need septic i have a toilet in some corner disguised as a nightstand or something and never use it.

so LULZ now that i skipped the whole 30 years of slaving thing how do i just be a retired boomer for the rest of my life? i skipped the crux of capitalism, now i just want to win.

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    sounds like you live in a shitty small shack in the middle of no where and you're trying to brag about it lol

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

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      Oh please, I've been to Arkansas in the Fort Smith area. Compared to Denver, where I am from, it is a paradise that I am seeking to move to.

      >Majority of folks are White, religious, and polite.
      >Asians are almost all Vietnamese Immigrants who came in aftermath of Vietnam war, all of them are hardworking and polite.
      >Lax firearms laws.
      >Low COL
      >High speed internet is cheap.
      >Home prices are stupidly low.
      >Streets are clean, free of degenerates, homeless, and junkies.
      >When a junkie does show up, the cops beat their ass and drag them away (saw it in Downtown Fort smith, many lulz given by me as I watched from La Huerta, where we were eating.)
      >No crazy Alphabet People.
      >No dumbass liberal homosexuals who do drugs constantly and whine about everything while voting against their interests.
      >Braums. Braums everywhere.
      >Taco Bueno is kino too.
      >Food costs at restaurants are stupidly cheap. Like, 8.50 for a full-sized plate of Mexican food.
      >Absolutely minimal auto theft, cat converter theft. Meth is a problem, but it is everywhere so whatever.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        your list literally describes the entire upper midwest with slight variations

        if you avoid cities with pop over 100k, you avoid all issues of today's society, without living in a shack

        I bought a house a few years ago at age 26 in a large city and still can afford many luxuries, while not having to drive a half hour to do my shopping

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Recently visited Fort Smith my self. Definitely an awesome place to live. It just seems to have the right mix of everything.
        <Good rural land nearby for hunting and general outdoorsing
        <just big enough to have stores with just about everything you need
        <everything is dirt cheap
        <central enough to be easy to travel from
        <Fried okra everywhere
        <lax gun laws
        <lax laws on cars (meaning I can modify with out road nazi's climbing down my throat)

        All in all it's pretty awesome. Though on my flight into Fort Smith a fight between 2 meth head women broke out on my plane. Oh and my fucking rental car had California plates.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          it's op

          I grew up in Georgia. I will be near west-central Arkansas. Is this the kind of place where you can shoot a deer on the side of the road throw it in your ford ranger and pay your coworker's uncle in logs to process the meat for you?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Just about. If you cross the border into Oklahoma it is for sure that way. I visited some family of mine just across the Border in Oklahoma who have a cattle ranch. I spotted a coyote on the ranch while we were driving around. She stopped the truck, pulled a rifle out from under the back seat and shot the coyote all in less than 20 seconds like it's something she's done a thousand times. Said if it had been a deer we would have been eating venison for dinner.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Do you have any idea how many babies I would pump into her (if she graciously let me)?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Majority of folks are White, religious, and polite.
        Only the old people are like this. I live out in the boonies and the zoomers and millenials are all tatted wiggers with no morals or intelligence. Only thing that separates them from city fags is having big trucks on ridiculous finance and listening to dogshit """country""" music thats actually pop/rap

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I live in the country too and it is not like this, we have polite people of all ages and intelligent and moralistic people;

          except for the music part. NU-country is god awful. I like old Tim McGraw or Hank Williams. I don't even know what this shit is anymore. They don't even film the videos in the country. They're in fucking cities.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            well its been my experience. This is idaho so idk how that differs to your area. I get along pretty well with the old timers but they are greedy bastards from my experience. Ive only ever asked for help a few times from my neighbors and been refused (politely). Now I just ignore them mostly

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            they banned the confederate flag at the country music awards this year, nu-country is woke shit being peddled by (((music producers))) to attack the rural folk who are the last holdouts of basedness

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

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        What are your download/upload speeds?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I am OP

      I am a hermit you're on LULZ calling people names let's keep this in perspective here. I will be laughing in free dollars and zero cents in 10 years from my wraparound porch organic food forest while you're still budgeting between mortgage and childcare and doing gasoline math since you are too busy focusing on trivialities and speeding 10mph over the limit to still not have enough free time to wholly raise a child in god's (or nature's) image. do you grasp onto the idea of more money is more happy?

      >if i need septic i have a toilet in some corner disguised as a nightstand or something and never use it.
      jesus christ

      >humans didn't exist before toilets were invented
      composing toilets and graywater plumbing is an easier way to do this shit than paying for some contractor to rip up the ground to put a pipe in. it's all superficial we all gotta poop and dont need 500 feet of circular piping underground to acheive this feat.

      your list literally describes the entire upper midwest with slight variations

      if you avoid cities with pop over 100k, you avoid all issues of today's society, without living in a shack

      I bought a house a few years ago at age 26 in a large city and still can afford many luxuries, while not having to drive a half hour to do my shopping

      I currently live in mentally Illinois, also known as central illinois. smaller communities such as mine are delusional false-utopias. you have overly obedient people to their government. i ran one a red light and a honda odyssey followed me home not to do harm but to post about it on facebook. thats the kind of useless eaters that live in this town. it's improtant to have a socially nourished community but these midwestern ones are devoid of soul and spirit, but arkansas does not lack this.

      Recently visited Fort Smith my self. Definitely an awesome place to live. It just seems to have the right mix of everything.
      <Good rural land nearby for hunting and general outdoorsing
      <just big enough to have stores with just about everything you need
      <everything is dirt cheap
      <central enough to be easy to travel from
      <Fried okra everywhere
      <lax gun laws
      <lax laws on cars (meaning I can modify with out road nazi's climbing down my throat)

      All in all it's pretty awesome. Though on my flight into Fort Smith a fight between 2 meth head women broke out on my plane. Oh and my fucking rental car had California plates.

      city people = shitty people thanks to the introduction of drugs into our community

      You don’t have to do anything more. Just relax.

      I'm looking forward to every day becoming an adventure again, instead of a routine like it would be otherwise. I hope to live as full of a live before 50 because that's when I plan to have a heart attack. every day after that will just be a gift. (no im not unhealthy just realistic as i believe wireless technology is killing us slowly. feel free to disagree)

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I will be laughing in free dollars and zero cents in 10 years from my wraparound porch organic food forest
        Will be? Honestly man. I'm happy for you but farming isn't as easy as they make it sound. Its a lot of work. Have some humility.

        Here is one scenario.
        Build a cabin on an 8'x20' trailer. A trailer with a current tag is not a structure, in many places.

        Build it in the parking lot of a Lowe's, (well . . . they <might> let you..... 🙂 ).

        Anyway. Consider building it in a city and taking it to Ruralvania. Think of all the trips to the store involved in the project.

        When you get there, you will have a place to sleep on day 1.

        If you need to get it towed there, it still might be a good idea.

        Also, if the deal falls through sometime later, you can cut your losses and take it with you.

        After you set it up, build porches as desired. After that, outbuildings might be totally casual.
        This is the important part. Be part of the community. Go to church. Totally the best option. Acceptance and networking.
        If church is not your thing, volunteer somewhere and be nice to people.

        I have a few kids, a mortgage, but I'm in a very rural part of my state. I garden, hunt and fish about 50% of my stuff and its a good activity to teach my boys. However, if I were single, I would highly consider buying a 40 acre plot and moving a big ol' double wide to the BACK of the property, or at least a far walk to home. If it weren't for the social connotation that came with living in a trailer I wouldn't mind it. Some of them are nice, 2-3 bedrooms and a living room and kitchen. Got everything you need.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          op here. Guess it's important to mention this is not the secluded cabin in the woods but a flat plot along a state highway. In perhaps 10 years I will arrive at that point.

          the only way I exist is how I present myself on the internet, surely I never exercise humility because of the architecture of my online post.

          if he is satisfied with it he has reasons to brag
          [...]
          congrats anon, i want to do the same in my country

          They're just being a typical southerner, but one who has exercised this formula to communicate frequently.
          In the cultural South, it's common for people to NOT extend a relationship leading to harmony, but instead seek reasons to challenge others with outwardly displayed behavioral traits of a dissatisfied high school bully. Men get in fights over their 10-minute commute being slowed by 90 seconds as they are invincible teenagers mentally. On the road, this displays itself as Arkansas' high pedestrian fatality rate, drunk driving rate, roadside arrest rate, assault rate, etc. If you STOP at a STOP sign people become visibly distraught, a hint at the local literacy rate (this one is a knock on character, of course day kan reed goodly). Many of these hot-heads are churchgoers with families who have more understanding of the firearm and political figures than their creator's text, turning them blind to their hypocrisy. Ever seen the video of two dogs barking their heads off at one other when leashed, but then don't do anything once free? That's my impression of those Johnny Cash wannabes. See

          >Majority of folks are White, religious, and polite.
          Only the old people are like this. I live out in the boonies and the zoomers and millenials are all tatted wiggers with no morals or intelligence. Only thing that separates them from city fags is having big trucks on ridiculous finance and listening to dogshit """country""" music thats actually pop/rap

          >every day becoming an adventure
          How many acres? You'll want to layout a rotating schedule based upon plot sizes and adventure needs.

          per advice from a happy ex-military individual I am about 0.6 us acre and that allows for an 'entry-level' scale suitable for my expectations. Solar panels, raised bed gardens, and a coco coir geodesic dome greenhouse recessed perhaps a foot or two in the ground if I can repurpose that dirt. After I use the land and grow out of it I can take the money I saved and build a code-compliant home to sell to normies at a markup.

          As per I plan to upgrade to a 40ac plot in the future or one of those large hollows in the woods.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            yeah you come across excited but undeservedly cocky. First of all, impressing people on this website is a retarded aspiration. Second of all, it comes across as douchey to someone like me, who has accomplished more than many people on this site by owning a few homes and large pieces of land. I grow 50% of my food, hunt, fish, and garden. Its pretty hard to do with a family but its better than the alternative where I buy everything from the store and play video games in my spare time like losers. Even just doing what I've done, in addition to my grandpa owning a farm growing up. I'm just saying its a lot of work, and expensive. I would love to have Solar but its a big initial investment, as is farming/gardening. You need gas and a tractor and dirt, a plow, etc. Also a shitload of water.

            > I will be laughing in free dollars and zero cents in 10 years from my wraparound porch organic food forest while you're still budgeting between mortgage and childcare and doing gasoline math since you are too busy focusing on trivialities

            I support you trying, but get ready, its not an easy thing to do. And if you wage slave to live like that, why is it so bad that other people wage slave now to retire and not have to worry about that. It sounds like they're free at the end of their lives, but you want to be free at the start of yours

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              We're all free at the end of our lives, and for some souls on this world it's the only time they experience liberation.
              You're free to dislike that I acknowledge you as an equal soul instead of socially superior despite your asset portfolio and family tree. Accomplishment is relative.
              >have some humility
              look at all the adverbs and adjectives you use towards a person simply because you do not understand them. Hate = Ignorance + Fear, but if you take out the ignorance or fear and replace it with intelligence you'd see synergy of dialogue.

              Will you continue to focus on the differences you wish to define eachother by or are you trying to help this conversation? It's like you think I need to belong in a separate categorization of lifestyle. Of course I know how things grow, how to rotate crops, nitrogen levels, nutrients, sun-hours, equipment, canning, root cellars, the reality of death, etc.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >every day becoming an adventure
        How many acres? You'll want to layout a rotating schedule based upon plot sizes and adventure needs.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        but i love my son 🙁

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Welcome brother. People shit on it here but it's probably the most "free" state you can live in. Enjoy it while it lasts because in 10 or 20 years this place is going to be flooded with hipsters, Californians, and inner city refugees.

      We're full anon. Also nowadays, everyone shits on Mississippi instead.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      if he is satisfied with it he has reasons to brag

      >not owning land at all to build the "tornado" shelter in 2022
      now what? do i just live in a doghouse free of codes and stake a mailbox in the ground after getting the 911 address? taxes are current and it has direct rural hwy semi truck accessibility. it's basically a flat roblox baseplate with one george bush about 8 feet wide 5 feet tall on it.

      i cant believe people slave away for 30 years in other parts of this country to own shit just because it's not in arkansas. i'm already mortgage free in my 20s and it's time to grow the garden. it really seems this easy.... get a 7,500 personal loan on credit, build prefab 650sq ft home with solar and atmospheric water generator, and graywater to contribute to the garden. if i need septic i have a toilet in some corner disguised as a nightstand or something and never use it.

      so LULZ now that i skipped the whole 30 years of slaving thing how do i just be a retired boomer for the rest of my life? i skipped the crux of capitalism, now i just want to win.

      congrats anon, i want to do the same in my country

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >if i need septic i have a toilet in some corner disguised as a nightstand or something and never use it.
    jesus christ

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You don’t have to do anything more. Just relax.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Rural areas are fine, some people are probably concerned about finding a good job or entertainment nearby

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Here is one scenario.
    Build a cabin on an 8'x20' trailer. A trailer with a current tag is not a structure, in many places.

    Build it in the parking lot of a Lowe's, (well . . . they <might> let you..... 🙂 ).

    Anyway. Consider building it in a city and taking it to Ruralvania. Think of all the trips to the store involved in the project.

    When you get there, you will have a place to sleep on day 1.

    If you need to get it towed there, it still might be a good idea.

    Also, if the deal falls through sometime later, you can cut your losses and take it with you.

    After you set it up, build porches as desired. After that, outbuildings might be totally casual.
    This is the important part. Be part of the community. Go to church. Totally the best option. Acceptance and networking.
    If church is not your thing, volunteer somewhere and be nice to people.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Welcome brother. People shit on it here but it's probably the most "free" state you can live in. Enjoy it while it lasts because in 10 or 20 years this place is going to be flooded with hipsters, Californians, and inner city refugees.

      We're full anon. Also nowadays, everyone shits on Mississippi instead.

      Good insight and information to help with planning. Thank you the both of you.

      anyone can buy property for dirt cheap in the middle of no where
      you're nothing special kid, congratz

      what's your story?

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    anyone can buy property for dirt cheap in the middle of no where
    you're nothing special kid, congratz

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah but there aren't any jobs...

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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    The only problem I see with this is your house. How are you going to get married and have a family with only a 650sq ft home? You're definitely doing the right thing with owning your own land but maybe build a bigger place when you can. Stay in contact with your frens and family too, it's important.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Expansion as money permits. 650 is good for a single man and requires little energy to heat and cool. I will have a tornado shelter for food and backup storage, which the size is not included in the square footage.

      they banned the confederate flag at the country music awards this year, nu-country is woke shit being peddled by (((music producers))) to attack the rural folk who are the last holdouts of basedness

      Tick tock soon there's going to be tranny country singers. All themes of music are slowly attempted to be blended together just as the forces that be want us to become interbred among socially defined racial means and blend all ethnicities into a caramel collective. "I'm drunk and don't want to go home" is one of those songs. Stick true to your ethnic heritage. Research Audacy (formerly IHeartRadio/IHeartMedia) and Cumulus media as they are deep rabbit holes of information on how these 'state capitalism' companies are infiltrated and running a nationwide mind numbing campaign on a size that competes with the outreach of the Church. Yes, the Church also has many deep dollars in radio programming, too. Ever sit and ponder on the term "radio programming" before? Country Music Awards are part of the manufactured society, too. They sure did Alan Jackson wrong. I used to run a pirate radio station. The level of crazy shit going on in radio (including broadcast TV, cellular, small-cell, smart grid, smart meter, smart thermostat, etc.) is incredible and takes months to fully digest the magnitude of scale.

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      What are your download/upload speeds?

      Not him but remember of wireless internet via satellite can exceed 1GBPS in civilian tech

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      >needing all that pipe instead of using a composting toilet

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        as creed fisher says, “they ran out Jamey Johnson and kept all the squirrels, they call that shit country but it damn sure ain’t Merle”

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I went with Missouri. Arkansas has statewide building codes and permitting that I didn't want to deal with. When I want to build something or add on to it I just want to do it and in Missouri I can.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >now that i skipped the whole 30 years of slaving thing how do i just be a retired boomer for the rest of my life?

    By working hard busting your ass every day. On the plus side, much of what you do will be improving your property and maybe generating some food.

    Now if your mom will bring you a sandwich every day and let you use her credit card, you would have a pretty casual lifestyle like you are dreaming about.

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