Out of context: Reply #12

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  • BrokenHD0

    You guys may be too rigid in your definitions. I think you can invest time/energy into your online presence to turn into a revenue stream without selling your soul. If anything it seems like its allowing a growing number of people to just do what they enjoy. They took the leap. Like dudes who love modding trucks for outdoor travel, getting free gear and revenue for having it turn up in a photo of their truck in a forest. Or B-boy's flipping over Fiats, still comes across as organic and doesn't dampen their authenticity. I got a homie who loves smoking weed and rapping with a what one might call a dead-end job. Earlier this year he started going to cannabis events, interviewing people and just being his natural zany self; and he's seeing momentum build that might allow him to leave his job, hang with his friends and be a diligent goof all day. Just sayin

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