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Being rich in the 3rd world

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by clopper, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. clopper

    clopper Regular Member

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    I don't want to put anyone down but I have no idea what it is like in some of these countries.

    If you are from a poor section of what the USA calls a third world country and you successfully blackhat then how do you explain it?

    You walk outside with cash in your pocket and people could be near starvation. I live in a moderate area and when I pulled up to my house in a borrowed Jag people snubbed me and treated me like I thought I was God when it was just a Jag.

    So anyway, whats it like where you live?
     
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  2. justone

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    Anyone who can make "good money" (in a view from 1st world countries) and lives in a 3rd world should just get the hell out there!

    It's a call for trouble and hate also in many poor countries a human life is worth a lot less than in developed countries.
     
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  3. clopper

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    I figured there would be jealousy, even making ~$500 USD when the average may be ~$100 USD after working in a field 13hrs a day. Just as an example, remember no hate, just curiousity.
     
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  4. BozoClown

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    I am not in the third world, but I know so well of it.

    What you just described does not exist in the 3rd world. In the 3rd world money = power = respect = adulation.

    If you have money, people are going to be nice to you. They are going to seek your approval. Some may look at you in contempt, but if you are a nice guy, that number is very small and the more money you have the less that number will be.
     
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  5. MikeHustle

    MikeHustle Power Member

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    I want to become king of a very poor country that has an abundance of pretty women. All your daughters belong to me...
     
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  6. clopper

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    A lot of people on here are from India and do well, wonder how they work out. In the USA jealousy reigns. I've been spit on in a poor section while wearing a suit.
     
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    I think we already talked about Peru in another thread, so I smell a JV?
     
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  8. justone

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    I guess it depends on the country and on the region.
    Like in india you can find very modern and expensive cities too, other regions do not seem to be very well suited to make money.


    But many poor countries are not very stable and what's worth your money if you are shot dead or someone from your family suffers.
     
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    small_town_boy Power Member

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    I live in a 3rd world country and many people are rich here. It's not like 3rd world country = starvation. Well...in a way, I mean, most people here drive Porsche Cayennas, but can barely afford to pay for the rent.
     
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    not always true...it may be a dream income for some middle class families but there are many here that can easily pass for 'stinking rich' in any part of the world..

    so yeah...just depends on what kinds of social circles you move around in...part of the diversity in india...
     
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  11. Grandslam

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    Sounds like you're in Yugoslavia.... maybe not?

    The only reason I ask is because I saw a vid on YT about that bastard who rules over Yugoslavia and his entire police force was Cayennes, 5 series, S classes. Then for personal leisure he has the Lambo Reventon that was paid for by the country's tax dollars of course. Did I mention this twat has a Rolls drophead and a F430? Let me find the vid...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEwi8TpbLFM
     
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  12. excaflowne

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    it's so fuck*ng awesome to live down here even if you're making only as low as $600/ month :D.

    seriously, dude.. food are cheap and the wheather's fine, people are friendly and you can get everything nearly free ( i mean softwares )..

    it's like paradise.. everyday is a holiday.. imagine you're living in a tropical islands.. yes the meds are poor, but you can expect better service from high class hospital.. and there's alternative traditional medicine that rocks! :D you can get literally any cure for any disease for as low as $5 .. no kidding..

    i woudn't even bother to dream living in "first class" country. i heard people are too racist there and the law are to strict..

    and i'm not talking about third country that currently at war or on disease..
     
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  13. kumansk

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    that.....
     
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    im in yugo right now!

    edit: I think that shits bulgarian dude.
     
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  15. lucius

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    if I make $600/month here I would be richer than 70% of the population. anything over $3000 a month or $5000 would be considered some real serious money and I could get just about any woman I liked based on my income alone no matter what i am or look like. So go figure. lol.. About 90% of the regional directors of multinational companies here make anywhere between $5k-10k a month and they belong to like the richest 2% category.
     
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  17. Black&Red

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    The country you live in is 2nd world country mate. Well it's not as good as 1st but it's not 3rd world 100%.

    But I must agree about people that have really expensive cars they bought for a loan even if they can't pay their rent. :rain:
     
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  18. Android0007

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    i use to live in a 3rd world country in south america loved it there. Even tho we were poor we never really knew other material things existed because we didn't have television or electricity much there growing up. We'd get blackouts alot.

    I can tell you that 3rd world country people can smell you when you have money. Saying that i mean literally lol. If your from the states THEY WILL RECOGNIZE YOU. You can't play it off its not possible. Believe it or not being American you have a scent to them and they are aware of it. Maybe its the different environment or weather i don't know.

    But anyways, i need to be cautious and secure if i visit my old country. Soon as I land at the airport they are 3rd world citizens waiting to cap me in the ass or pop me in my eye haha no joke.

    Women are easy there even if you flash $5 US. The dollar will make them sleep with you. The American scent will make them marry you for a green card. Women, i can't get over how sick they are. Even tho they are not aware they are this way.

    Visiting a 3rd world, your better off not flashing what you got. If you have family overseas in these countries you know what I mean.

    Our lifestyle is kept quiet because it's dangerous. We visit our families and try our best to hide how much we have. The best way to get our family good things is by mail. We send barrels pack chocolates, candies, toys, clothes etc some families even send old used shoes, clothing, etc because they work hard over here in the states to help their families out living in the 3rd world. These used items are cherished the way we feel about certain things on christmas mornings.

    In the 3rd world where im from, it doesn't matter if you work at burger king in the states. your family expects you to give back because earning $800 a month in the states seems like we are rich to them. But they don't see how that's chump change and low class here haha. Then again they have it worse. Uhh we're so spoiled living here and we have no idea ... or we forgot ...got side tracked .. or something.. idk.



    like i said. You don't want to make an entrance with tons of goods when you arrive.
     
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  19. jls1985

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    Well, well, as for me? I live in a 3rd world country. The minimum daily wage is about $7. Beat that! So earning $500-$1000 is a dream and everybody will be talking about you. Guess what? The tax revenue agency will never ever questioned where you get the money. What I earn online is not charge with any tax at all.

    You can live like a king with $1,000 a month and with women both on your right and left hands. How's about that? :)
     
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  20. kumansk

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    I live in yugo my entire life and Im in the capital now, this aint the 3rd world, everybody has money, food, dresses nice, makes music, has cars, and lives in good apartments. We spend a lot of money. There might be a few poor place around ex yu. People complain a lot but in fact everybody has more than enough. Also people here dont RENT CARDS INSTEAD OF PAYING FOR THEIR PLACES, almost everybody here has their own place and people dont rent unless they are students etc.
     
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