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bluehaze

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  1. FUCK SILVERDUDE

    Was brawl hall ran by an obese Mexican lady,too?
  2. FUCK SILVERDUDE

    I wish I could, but I got banned from there. No explanation whatsoever. I tried using a proxy and registering again to grab those SC's for you, but I haven't seen any confirtmation E-mail as of yet. They are very anti-trump there(one can figure that out by the red stars in the bookmark page's icon), so maybe I came off as MAGAish?
  3. FUCK SILVERDUDE

    I was wondering why silverdude was over at pissed-off.net just whining about random people and trying to recruit trollls. Nobody there knows who are what he was talking about, and I had no idea how he even found the site to begin with. Perhaps somebody punked him over there?
  4. Flipping Cars?

    That's what is going to make your car-flipping venture extremely difficult. If you're going to do anything in regards to vehicles, then you really should have some basic mechanical knowledge. Also, if you know how to do some light body work(I mean actual body work and not using some cheap paint pen from the local auto parts store). As rei mentioned-It can be extremely difficult to spot things like frame rot. if the frame is done, then you're stuck with an uninsureable and unregisterable lemon that's only good as a parts car(which is fine if you get it cheap enough). If you want to get your mechanical knowledge to where it should be and make a bit of money(more than you would think), start with small engines like chainsaws, lawn mowers, weed eaters, e.t.c. The biggest money makers in that category are riding lawn mowers and snow blowers. I know people who make ass loads of money off those, because they buy it for cheap like a hundred bucks or less, put maybe 20-40$ worth of parts in them to fix and a couple hours labor, and then turn around and sell them for 300-400$. just make sure you have something to haul them with. Go to barn auctions and buy old equipment to fix up and sell(sometimes if you get that stuff cheap enough, you can make money off it without turning a single wrench), flea markets, farmer's cluttered barns, and other places like that to get the best deals. start out small and just work your way up. or just buy 100 dollar junkers, make them run, and sell them for 500$
  5. Flipping Cars?

    That's what is going to make your car-flipping venture extremely difficult. If you're going to do anything in regards to vehicles, then you really should have some basic mechanical knowledge. Also, if you know how to do some light body work(I mean actual body work and not using some cheap paint pen from the local auto parts store). As rei mentioned-It can be extremely difficult to spot things like frame rot. if the frame is done, then you're stuck with an uninsureable and unregisterable lemon that's only good as a parts car(which is fine if you get it cheap enough). If you want to get your mechanical knowledge to where it should be and make a bit of money(more than you would think), start with small engines like chainsaws, lawn mowers, weed eaters, e.t.c. The biggest money makers in that category are riding lawn mowers and snow blowers. I know people who make ass loads of money off those, because they buy it for cheap like a hundred bucks or less, put maybe 20-40$ worth of parts in them to fix and a couple hours labor, and then turn around and sell them for 300-400$. just make sure you have something to haul them with. Go to barn auctions and buy old equipment to fix up and sell(sometimes if you get that stuff cheap enough, you can make money off it without turning a single wrench), flea markets, farmer's cluttered barns, and other places like that to get the best deals. start out small and just work your way up. or just buy 100 dollar junkers, make them run, and sell them for 500$
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