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IvermectinWorks 37 points ago +37 / -0

Make some room for us!!!

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 29 points ago +29 / -0

Come on over!

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RegularAmerican 20 points ago +20 / -0

Proud of you. I used to think that leaving was the wrong solution because it only makes it worse. But now we got a kid. And California is like a 3rd world country. I can't raise my son here. Even tho I grew up here. I don't think we'll go to Texas because I see it being California in 10 years. I'm gonna get farther away from people. Maybe somewhere in Wyoming.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 16 points ago +16 / -0

Same here. When I had kids and started dealing with the schools my entire outlook changed on CA.

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RegularAmerican 5 points ago +5 / -0

Did you grow up there too? I went to the public schools K-12 even pre school and university (dropped out as a senior) and even a trade school. My entire education was in California. I know exactly how it's gotten worse too. I have family that was working in a school district recently as a few years ago. And I also know alot of people who work with or for the schools. What I went through is nothing compared to how they are currently torturing children. There's no way in hell my son's getting subjected to that kind of abuse. He's still way too young and it's not impossible things could change. But that is probably not going to happen anytime soon. Or ever.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 11 points ago +11 / -0

Yeah born and raised in the Bay Area. Went to college here, family has been here since the 40’s. Thing have been going downhill since I was a teenager with all the tech industry taking over, but has accelerated in the last few years. When my oldest was in preschool, they tried to change her gender. Pulled her out right away. Then got her into the best charter school in the area and it was wokeness 24/7. Then the masks, vaxx stuff and general sheep culture everywhere was the last straw.

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RegularAmerican 4 points ago +4 / -0

Woah they did that to your daughter and you're not in prison right now? You're a more patient man than I.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

When she was 3-4 she liked to pretend she was a boy so she could be like dada. They seized on something she said in school and wanted to change her pronouns. When we found out she was gone. Now she is 6 and grown out of that stage of course. People are sick in the head. We know of another mom back in Cali that declared her 2 year old was a transgender boy and started raising her that way!

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ThebigLMAOski17 7 points ago +7 / -0

Fuck all kinds of that, GTFO as soon as you can.

cheaper, safer, no indoctrination, no homeless bum shit filled with aids needles...

run away from that state like your ass is on fire and a good red state is the pool of cold water.

get out while you still can.

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RegularAmerican 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's my plan. Im doing all I can but we have to settle a few things here first. Once my wife's health is back which it is thank God. And my son was a little premature too but he's doing great. It really isn't that easy. For some people yes it is that easy but that's just what happens in life. I don't see anything that big happening to where someone with alot of money in diverse assets won't be able to get some land in free America. I'm just thankful I'm not in the city I'm in a. Decently safe suburb. Which is still not good but way better than LA. We've also got a cabin up in the mountains outside of Big Bear in case of immediate SHTF.

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ThebigLMAOski17 3 points ago +3 / -0

whats going to happen, and IMO is already happening, is they are going to start jacking up the costs of living (gas prices, food, taxes, fines, fees, etc) so that it will make living in the city unsustainable unless you just quit your job and go on welfare... become a dependent and a dem voter.

they are already trying to lock you out of jobs, being on the jury, serving in public office, going to the fucking grocery store, taking public transportation for not taking the jab... whats next?

banning cars? they just put a ban on small engines, you can't buy a fucking gas powered lawnmower now.

where are these people going to stop, because you know it's not where we are right now.

they've made stealing just under 1000 dollars in goods legal... where do you think this road leads to?

For most people they will just take it and take it until they decide to move but by then it will be too late... their property won't be worth shit, their assets will be drained, and all the available land will have been bought up leaving you with high priced land nobody else wanted.

get ahead of the curve, buy some property at least.

one of my first posts i made under this account was outlining what i did to escape (essentially just started by building a large pole barn that i could park an RV inside made from shipping containers).

check it out if you get some time.

it's more do-able than you think.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 17 points ago +17 / -0

The hardest part is just having the steady discipline to just fucking go for it again and again. I refinanced the house and bought an HD truck and RV. Then in my case it was finding a job opportunity in my field, submitting applications, interviewing over Zoom, then once I got the job, putting the house on the market, fixing it up, moving our shit into storage….saying goodbye to friends and family, staying firm through the criticism, people finding out we were conservative, losing friends, losing certain family members and saying oh well they ain’t worth it. Then putting in my two weeks notice, loading our shit in the RV and moving before out house even sold, making our way through campsites, through crazy storms, broken axles, nights in the motel, 6 in some random town while RV is getting repaired, then more storms en route. Broken AC units in 106 degree heat, fried wiring RV almost catching fire…keep pushing no turning back. Starting a new job while living in the RV at a new place, while wife and little ones sat in the RV all day and trying to find a new house. Our escrow in CA falling through again and again just when we thought it was closing. Getting sick, in the Texas summer, in a tin can, trying to keep our sanity, stay together as a family, keep our calm through the difficulties, keeping track of 3 little girls 2,4, and 6. Then through perseverance, vision, and the Grace of god, we got the land, the house, the pool, kids in school, no CRT, no vaccines, just freedom. Finally made it. Grateful. Just gotta keep on going after it and push through the setbacks. You know the saying nothing worth doing is easy!

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ThebigLMAOski17 7 points ago +7 / -0

fucking amazing man... great job.

you had to run through fire to get to paradise but you did it, bravo man... well done.

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RegularAmerican 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thanks. I'm happy to take any advice I can get. I've been looking how to also get a loan to purchase some rural land. Deciding what area would be appropriate. I still want to remain where I can access the south west coast by car in a reasonable amount of time for family visits. I don't mind spending all day in the car. Since I feel like we won't be able to fly since we won't get jabbed.

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ThebigLMAOski17 7 points ago +7 / -0

loans are a bitch... you're looking for a construction loan and you have to be crafty to get them to OK any type of off grid property... the issue for them is if you default it's a bitch to unload your property if it doesn't have hookups.

what a lot of people are sorta forced to do is buy land in an area with hookups at least, sometimes even actually hooking into the system doing grid share for their solar...

the well and septic is a little easier to get ok'ed, the electric part is usually the hangup.

there's a LOT of off gridders in the states just east of cali, but IMO it's still too close to the madness that will be coming. for me i'd want to be a few states over but now you're talking a real long car ride and thats something you'll have to judge for yourself...

you could always hire a pilot to fly you from a small community airfield to the edges of mad max land then rent a car to drive in... but thats another one of those personal choices.

wherever you live, you can always design your house with custom roof rafters that match the pitch to the lat on a solar pitch calculator... letting you design the roof to be a perfect angle to mount for ideal solar gain.

my best advice is to buy some land that you can use for parking a camper/RV and spend a lot of time there... learn the land, learn your property, let it tell you where to put everything... where the rain puddles, where the wind blows from, where the sun rises and sets on the land at different times of year...

i used 5 40 foot storage containers to build a pole barn to park an RV in... i lived out of it for a few years while i converted it into a RV hookup spot with power, water, sewer, and shelter to keep the RV protected.

once i got the house built next door i had a huge barn/shop to do anything i wanted.

what a lot of people do is live in the barn for a while, then build out the back wall with a bedroom, a bathroom, and a little kitchenette to make RV life less shitty.

when you get the house built you'll have a nice little office in your shop with it's own utilities.

it's like a half step between an RV and a house, works out great if you don't have the cash to build that huge house of your dreams and are willing to suffer a bit for the big reward at the end.

living like this takes some adjusting but it's all for the better. i only shop in bulk at chain stores, the rest of my produce and meat comes from me or from local farmers directly.

just having chickens changed my life, i don't deal with them, they are my girls pets... but i smile everytime i see that bowl full of fresh eggs.

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Trumpdup4prez 4 points ago +4 / -0

Most people moving to Texas do it because they want to move to a conservative state. The liberals are here because their employers moved them here.

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DicerningSword 4 points ago +4 / -0

Wyoming is to dry very little arable land.. Montana and Idaho are growing to fast I would look towards Nebraska, Dakota's middle regions where there is decent rainfall but not crazy humid..

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RegularAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

I do like my mountains tho so does my wife. The flatness would depress us. But I heard there are hills in Nebraska. My sister in laws mom had a huge ranch there outside North Platte

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covok48 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lived in Wyoming. It sucked.

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mitzlplix 3 points ago +3 / -0

build a tiny house for me to rent from you!

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TEXinLA 13 points ago +13 / -0

👍👍👍

Grab a few of those 1 acre mosquito fogging machines and life will be wonderful.

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RegularAmerican 3 points ago +3 / -0

Link to those?

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TEXinLA 4 points ago +4 / -0

The model I bought my parents around 20 years ago doesn't appear to be made anymore. It included a hanging plug in unit on around a three foot tall stand.

The $40 Flowtron BK-400 unit at Amazon seems similar. Needs a stand but cheaper than the one I bought my folks.

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RegularAmerican 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thanks. Hey, Tex, I got another question for you. Have you noticed the problem with the Aedes "tiger" mosquitoes? In your part of SoCal. I'm getting killed by them in my yard. My whole neighborhood is infested and the county vector doesn't seem to be able to stop the problem. This whole summer I just wore long sleeves even tho its alot less comfortable than my usual shorts and t shirt. I also have one of the big Dynatraps. But it seems to catch more moths than mosquitoes. Even when I put the Octenolol patches near the intake vent. But hey those moths lay eggs that become caterpillars and destroy my garden.

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FuckU/Spez 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm in socal, we are bit from head to toe with mosquito bites, can't sleep at night sometimes because of the itching. Biden's curse!

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RegularAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's way worse than some people realize that's for certain

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schiff_for_brains 4 points ago +4 / -0

Likely there are sources of water nearby. Clogged gutters, tires, plastic under decks, general piles of refuse, etc. possible brush growth for them to shelter. I treat under my deck with bt bits once a month and cleared out all the brush that was here before I moved in but I can’t control my neighbors so I ring the outside of my yard with mosquito eradicators that I refill with my own mix. This is my 3rd year with this aggressive strategy and the mosquito population keeps dropping.

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RegularAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes that's all where they breed. Also if you have Asian neighbors tell them to get rid of those water plants they keep inside their houses. They love to breed on those and lay their eggs

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BigIronBigIron 3 points ago +3 / -0

Instructions unclear, told Asian neighbor to GTFO

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TEXinLA 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm in the San Fernando Valley and haven't noticed them. I can't recall the last time I was bitten by a mosquito; maybe the CA mosquitoes don't like me. I do have a number of bird baths and have to empty and refill them every few days or so.

Maybe a bat house or two might help. Both in SoCal and Texas.

The only real issue here is ants. Ants. And more ants. Little ants.

Just figure everything in Texas stings or bites. Chiggers, no seem ums, mosquitos, yellow jackets, hornets, etc.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes fucking stinging ants have got me worse than skeeters and chiggers!

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RuprechtThaMonkeyBoy 1 point ago +1 / -0

In Houston I ended up purchasing one of those ultraviolet bug zappers because the no see ums have been horrible this year. At night it sounds like the Battle of Stalingrad in my backyard. I can hear the pops down the street, but it has made a difference.

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TEXinLA 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nice. They do work. At the same time I gave one to my parents, I bought one for their neighbors also. Worth it since the neighbors had a large yard with low lying areas.

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Fenianlad 2 points ago +2 / -0

Aedes are primarily artificial container breeders. Pails, tires, tarps, gutters etc. clear your property of these things first and foremost. Other mosquitoes are your marsh, pond, swamp breeders eg Anopheles and Culex mosquitoes.

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RegularAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

Definetly made the effort to but I've got alot of neighbors that don't know or care. Also I've noticed drainage problems with our gutters but those belong to the county

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Fenianlad 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very tough with neighbors that don’t care. Misting systems aren’t worth it in my opinion. You can DIY mosquito treatments or hire a company to spray for them. A pyrethroid insecticide applied to the underside of thick foliage and all shady dark areas with a mistblower is what a pro would do.

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SavingPrivateGrace 9 points ago +9 / -0

Beautiful!

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pray4peace4 8 points ago +8 / -0

Congrats on escaping. Are there any trees in Texas or is it all scrubby-looking bushes?

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 16 points ago +16 / -0

There are tons of trees. No giant redwoods or sycamores but lots of oaks, elms, etc.

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JokerPede 16 points ago +16 / -0

Mesquite everywhere.

Texas has the best smelling wild fires. Change my mind.

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RegularAmerican 4 points ago +4 / -0

Naw I like the Cali wildfires now. It gets you stoned.

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RuprechtThaMonkeyBoy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Shit, I heard the fire fighters protect the weed fields at all costs. Love those tax dollars. (I think growers pay $450+ per plant in taxes in Cali)

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RegularAmerican 1 point ago +1 / -0

The firefighters protect homes and important infrastructure first and foremost. They would rather the trees burn. It's actually good for the forest eco system for there to be a burn every couple decades. Also those illegal forest grows are just a small fraction. Out here they grow it in huge outdoor legitimate farms now. With greenhouse tarps and everything. There's also tons of old retail facilities set up for electricity to handle the indoor grow rooms like old laundromats and stuff are grow houses alot of the time. And I think most growers don't pay their taxes in full they definitely don't report how much they sell and there's a thriving black market because of the high tax.

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JokerPede 2 points ago +2 / -0

But those smell terrible.

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RegularAmerican 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm kidding. just because a bunch of the California national forests have illegal grows inside them and it's a big problem

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Pederella 9 points ago +9 / -0

Depends on where in Texas you are...scrub, mixed, hardwood, thick pine Forest, swampy cedar... . Something for most everyone.

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Bwoo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes especially in the piney woods where I'm at!

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wiseracer 8 points ago +8 / -0

I’ve been looking for that. 20+ acres. Looking in east Texas, Tennessee etc. I’d love to have cattle, or a motocross track. I’m still fighting for CA but it wouldn’t take much to cut this place loose (mostly my parents who can’t move).

We’ll played patriot.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 12 points ago +12 / -0

My parents were very upset we left. We’ll probably get my in-laws to move over here but mine are devout liberals and will never. But I gotta fight to give my kids a better future more than anything.

There further out you get from the cities the prices drop.

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RegularAmerican 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm in a similar position as you. My family has millions $ worth of properties here in commie land. I know my dad's sick of it here. He was born in downtown LA. In the early 50s. My mom moved from the Midwest in 1959. It's hard to get them go anywhere.

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Pederella 8 points ago +8 / -0

Nice barn back there. Hope you'll be productive with that spot. Welcome.

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MrGone 7 points ago +7 / -0

What ya gonna do with that there 20 acres, pardner?

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 16 points ago +16 / -0

Cattle, goats, chickens, couple horses, fruit trees, put up a greenhouse, root cellar. The prepping is on!

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NvJohansson 12 points ago +12 / -0

So, a dynamic shooting range?

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 11 points ago +11 / -0

Yup! And the bonus rabbit here and there

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MrGone 7 points ago +7 / -0

Nice. You guys get ready for winter. My buddies first year their they lost power for 2 weeks.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 11 points ago +11 / -0

Yup we got our MRE’s and wood burning fireplace. Just need a cord of wood.

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tholins 8 points ago +8 / -0

I’d be happy to give you some. We’re clearing trees on our property and we have more wood than we could ever burn

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AZ-is-the-key 6 points ago +6 / -0

You may need more than one cord... one will get you through a freak freeze like last year but you can go through a cord faster than you think. I lived on an alpine lake for 2 years and went through a lot of wood

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GrumpyGrumpus 5 points ago +5 / -0

Need to start making sun tea and replace the coffee mug for a mason jar.

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PopMaca 5 points ago +5 / -0

Well played!

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Thedude2283 5 points ago +5 / -0

I hope for all our sake here in Texas you remain true to your last statement and keep Texas red, Texas is the last stand against the Biden dictatorship so always remember why you moved here and it would be cool if you told all your Cali friends to not fuck up our good thing and the whole of Texas would thank you in advance for fighting tooth and nail to keep Texas the way it is so that others can enjoy it the way I have all of my life, if you DONT be a Joe Rogan and DO be a good Texan and you’re welcome at my table anytime!

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Heck ya thank you! comin to Texas feels like coming home. Finally found the true freedom lovers! People are way nicer and down to earth here too. Looking forward to going to the local Church and raising my kids right, and defending this State against communist invaders. The threat is real, I can see that every time I go to Dallas. However, all the ex-Californian’s I have met are definitely escape Trump supporters like me so hopefully that is a good sign the red wave is here. Just those city folk are by an larger like city folk everywhere, blue as a blueberry.

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laneybelle 4 points ago +4 / -0

Wow! Your family is blessed!

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CaptainWinston 4 points ago +4 / -0

Don't fuck it up!

Leave CA behind where it belongs.

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x79q3pb 13 points ago +13 / -0

CA is awesome. CA politics is shit. 😕

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RegularAmerican 7 points ago +7 / -0

I feel this way about the entire country.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

I’m holding that red line. I see a lot of progressive shit happening in the cities like Dallas with people trying to be politically correct and woke. Gotta vote out those politicians, city council etc driving that shit.

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CaliforniaPEDE69 7 points ago +7 / -0

I moved to Dallas about 5 months ago from Orange County and a bunch of my conservative friends are coming. If we fix the elections, Dallas should be way more red by 2022. People talk shit on us for moving from california to Texas, but I would say 80% of those people are hardcore anti-commie America first people.

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KungPaoMcChicken 4 points ago +4 / -0

Redistricting is gonna be fun.

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entERmyMAtrix 3 points ago +3 / -0

Now that’s living! Congrats pede!

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TalionAD 3 points ago +3 / -0

Congrats pede - Texan here, suburban type due to jobs etc. I daydream about owning my own ranch/farm land, but if I ever make that move I don't think it will be in Texas. Want somewhere with 4 season and more consistent moisture. Leaning towards NH and TN. As another commenter said, the cities in TX are a lost cause and I suspect this state could be like California in 10-20 years, especially considering liberal immigration strategy. Ft. Worth is probably the last conservative leaning major city in the entire state, and even then it's got a hardcore enclave of old money blue dog democrats.

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waratah 1 point ago +1 / -0

Take a good look at ID too, particularly the panhandle. 4 nice seasons, tons of water, beautiful terrain. Coeur D’elane And Sandpoint are like heaven.

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ThebigLMAOski17 3 points ago +3 / -0

fuck yeah man, this is the shit i'm talkin about right here.

congrats on the life upgrade, hopefully everyone will follow your lead.

got any plans yet? if not i'm happy to help, feel free to PM me

off grid systems, net zero/passive home design, defensive home design, etc...

would be glad to share knowledge if you want... bounce around some ideas.

also get some chickens. lol. "free" eggs are best eggs.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah thank you brother I will! Biggest part of buying land is to prep and be able to go off grid when needed. I gotta build those double redundant back up systems.

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ThebigLMAOski17 3 points ago +3 / -0

solar and batteries have gotten pretty reasonable, if you make the investment it's now gotten to a point where you can get paid back much faster than even just a few years ago.

so long as you have a way to plug a generator into the system to charge your battery bank you can always have a way to keep your banks charged and ready for anything. if you have enough solar, you won't need the genny much at all until you get into winter... especially if your panels are fixed.

if you get into a situation where you're constantly running a surplus, and you don't have grid share to dump back into, you can setup DC water heaters that will heat your water, or even use it to run hot water through hydronic heating systems to heat your floors.

the more advanced systems actually use large insulated tanks as heat battery filled with glycol, sometimes even buried in the ground... then they can run different heated loops through that battery to pick up that heat for home heating or water heating when it's needed and not just during the day when the sun is shining.

another good thing to invest in is water... make sure whatever land you are buying you are doing so in an area that has water rights. some places even restrict your rainwater collection which is fucking bonkers to me... but a decent setup with a good sized cistern means you can have water on sight to survive any droughts or even fight fires if you need to...

i've got a drilled well that is producing some decent water and a lot of rainwater collection off of a standing seam metal roof... i can divert water between these systems in case one goes down for whatever reason and i've got a three stage filter setup with a case of each of them as backup... and a UV inline.

it's not cheap, and it's something you sorta have to build up over time constantly improving your situation... most people don't have the liquid assets to go all in on day 1 but setting up something now, even if it's a struggle to live there, still gives you a place to go if all hell breaks loose.

anyway man good luck, i gotta stop talking about this shit cause i could write a book... i'm a huge dork about it and not ashamed. lol.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Awesome that kind of knowledge is nothing to be ashamed of! I’m gonna get some water cisterns first thing, solar panels and a Tesla battery for the house.

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ThebigLMAOski17 2 points ago +2 / -0

meh @ the tesla battery...

it's a lot of flash, you can do better off brand... you can do away better DIY.

the old school DIY was using massive banks of 18650's but it's such a massive pain in the ass to do that i would only recommend doing so if you really know your shit and love this kind of thing. like unless you already have a spot welder and know why it would be important to have one to build those bricks... don't bother... there are better ways now.

best deal going right now are the rectangular brick batteries ran in series via copper bus bars. battery tech is moving VERY fast, it's been fun to watch, there are youtube channels devoted to DIY powerwalls and solar systems that you can start watching but there are also companies out there who will do it all for you.

i've heard good things about the company that the dude from red poppy ranch is using... can't remember the name of the company but people comment on good service and tech support as well as reasonable prices...

couldn't tell you the name right now if you paid me a G but at least it's something to get you started... watch a few of his videos on his battery system and you'll learn a lot.

anyway good luck, you sound like you are on the right track... hopefully more people follow your lead, we need to bleed the blue states of all the good people, let them suffer in the mess they've created while the smart people run for shelter.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cool man I’ll check that out. Yeah I just figured Tesla cuz my pops got one of those systems but not married to that idea.

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ThebigLMAOski17 2 points ago +2 / -0

no worries man, it's not like tesla PW doesn't work, it works great... you can just do far better for your money if you're willing to DIY or even just shop around a little.

Tesla makes bank selling sleek products with a name brand that justifies the extra dollars... but you aren't married to tesla products, you've got lots of options...

good luck man.

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FuckU/Spez 3 points ago +3 / -0

Our house is in escrow right now, closes next month and we are getting out of Commiefornia as well. Who knows we might be neighbors haha

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CensoredByMarxists 3 points ago +3 / -0

We are looking to do the same thing. How much did you have to pay for the farm if you don't mind me asking? Thanks.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

Was not cheap but I had a little house in CA I sold for a ridiculous sum. This place with 20 acres, a nice 3000 sq house, pool and barn was $750k. That is almost double what it was 2 years ago out here. Real estate prices are out of control every where. I would have gone further out and paid less but needed to be within commute range to work.

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CensoredByMarxists 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for the info. 750k sounds cheap for all that actually by So Cal standards. I could definitely swing that selling our house here which has lots of equity. Any lots near by? See you in a while neighbor!

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556y308 3 points ago +3 / -0

Fuck yeah!

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magafren 3 points ago +3 / -0

Welcome to Texas, don't cross any property lines with purple spray paint on trees and fence posts, and make sure to purple up your own.

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googurt 1 point ago +1 / -0

wat?

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magafren 1 point ago +1 / -0

It’s a rural Texas signal that trespassing results in getting shot

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googurt 1 point ago +1 / -0

I live rural Texas and never saw that where I am.

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googurt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wow. Never noticed that.

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1HappyBuddha 3 points ago +3 / -0

YOU DID IT!!!!! Welcome to the off grid club ‼️

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CarbonMAGA 3 points ago +3 / -0

Inspiration to us all! I'm looking at doing the same.

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Dialectic 3 points ago +3 / -0

Beat farm?

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acidburn 2 points ago +2 / -0

20 acres? congrats! :D

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RespectMySafeSpace 2 points ago +2 / -0

Bravo!!!

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Elchitodote 2 points ago +2 / -0

Welcome brother!!

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Brookes 2 points ago +2 / -0

Awesome! Congratulations pede. Your children are going to have a much better life thanks to you.

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BunkerHill 2 points ago +2 / -0

Congrats!

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notCIA 2 points ago +2 / -0

Beautiful

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Trumpdup4prez 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sweet. I have a postage stamp, but at least it ain’t in a liberal hell hole.

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MasksAreChildAbuse 2 points ago +2 / -0

Curious how your kids reacted and are adapting?

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

They did really great. Leaving our house was not that hard because we painted the picture that we are gonna get a bigger house on a farm with animals.so they liked that and they love the RV. I’d say they did better with the change than their parents haha. Plus being their age is a good time they just live in the moment.

Now oldest is in 1st grade, no masks. Couldn’t go to school in CA like that. She loves it.

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user365927285937 2 points ago +4 / -2

Congrats! Now work the land and put some callouses on those doughy west coast hands!

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HubbyYee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol I know they sell those mugs elsewhere but it looksike you drive through my Hometown of Needles, CA on your way out to freedom. Well done.

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Texasgal 2 points ago +2 / -0

Welcome to Texas!!! Yeeehaw!

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CoffeeIsForClosers 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just don't vote blue, faggot. 👍🏻

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SaltyDoodle 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ok, good job. Now, once you get registered to vote you need to sign the TEXIT PETITION .

Welcome to Texas.

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JustInTime2_ 2 points ago +2 / -0

Congrats.

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Mattdaking 2 points ago +2 / -0

straight white male alert omg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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jayski01930 2 points ago +2 / -0

How many firearms have gotten so far?

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not enough lol

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RedTX 2 points ago +2 / -0

Congratulations, and welcome to Texas!

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Farage_massage 2 points ago +2 / -0

What are you farming on 20 acres out of interest?

Congrats by the way.

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Nothing but hay right now. But I’m thinking cattle, goats, and chicken. Neighbors seem to have sheep and cattle for the most part. Then gonna grow as much greenhouse veggies that I can. Bass pond too.

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LibertarianXian 2 points ago +2 / -0

check out "ag exemption"

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digitalintrigue 2 points ago +2 / -0

Welcome to the Lone Star State!

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CATaxSlave 2 points ago +2 / -0

Moving my wife and kids to Idaho when school ends next June. We close on a new house in 3 days. I hate to see what the Democrats have done to this beautiful state and there are plenty of things we will miss, but I just can't bear to be around the insanity any longer. I want my kids to grow up free and in a place that still loves America.

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DicerningSword 2 points ago +2 / -0

You're going to make 3 more right? Takes a lot of work to work the land and large families create many economy of scale advantages..

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wife popped out 3 in a row and is taking a breather. But yes, I agree I’m telling her that break time is over!

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AZ4Trump 2 points ago +2 / -0

My wife is torn. Wants to move now but with a grandkid an another on the way we’re stuck.

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Roche1620 1 point ago +1 / -0

Question; did you bring that califuckia liberal attitude with you?? If so fuck you!!

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Kamalas_a_Bitch [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fuck no why do you think I left?