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    Extraordinary - The Stan Romanek story

    Has anyone seen this documentary? I must say very intriguing story. The guy keeps making claims about Aliens, has filmed and recorded everything including all Doctor notes. The most interesting thing was when he screwed his leg up and was booked into surgery but the night before surgery he claimed he was abducted by Aliens which resulted in his leg not needing surgery. The DR still has no clue how or why this happened.

    The guy is now facing child porn charges and he claims the Government is trying to keep him quiet.

    Definitely one of the most interesting Alien encounters I have ever read about and watched. His facebook page is going up in likes daily.

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    I have become a bit infatuated with the idea of traveling, more like moving I'd say, out of the country, out of the US. I have one of the most valued passports, European/french passport. Back to the infatuation part, I for some reason like the idea of going solo and creating a living for myself, maybe finding a small apartment with affordable rent and almost starting a new life in a foreign country. I've heard great things of Belgium and that it being a place great for students, I also heard they host some of the oldest universities and that education is free there? (If I'm off on anything I say correct me). My friend asked me yesterday if I'd move with him to Miami, he doesn't realize it'll be much easier for him because his dad lives there, and he will go there for university, I also have a strong gut feeling that he said it out of surprise and he will very quickly alter his mindset if he started living there, and the situation will turn to an almost like a buddy-duo broken promise, you're stuck here now, what do I do here kind of thing.

    Let's put Belgium to the side, where in Europe have any of you traveled or if not even traveled are geographically educated on which parts of the country are viable to live in/travel to? As far as the languages go, I'm positive everyone if not almost everyone can speak English. This "Travel/new life" idea can also be applied vice versa to someone who already lives in Belgium/was born there, and has the same vision, except traveling to maybe America and starting there, only to find out his country hosted a similar lifestyle and now he's not sure what to do. For some reason it's different and the idea of starting a new life in a new place hooks me as well as the idea of creating a self-sustained lifestyle where I'm not used to.

    Yes I used to work as a waiter, and planned on going back next week, (was off for shoulder surgery), and I'm only saying this because in almost any country, good money can come from being a waiter as long as the hours are consistent. As I think to myself, I know that this idea is only an underlying excitement because I'm not sure whether I will ever commit to it, as well as benefit from it / not end up wasting my time; is there something I can learn in a new country that will make me a smarter/ wealthier person? Could I adapt even better in a foreign country than where I currently live? (PA)

    The baseline is that I want to experience a new lifestyle, new people, new culture, new meanings to certain things. At the end of this lesson I want to be different in terms of gained knowledge/ self-created wealth. I never liked taking myself out of my comfort zone but I've only gained experience and knowledge from doing so, aka I want to capitalize on getting out of my comfort zone and being spontaneous. Yes, I currently live with my parents and so forth could be said that I all I have to do is move out of their house and boom I'm in that situation, except I just entirely want a new setting, new hardship that I create and sustain, and experience of creating something out of nothing.

    I've only had one money idea and I listed that above as a waiter, it's the first thing that came to my head as it's a universal job and there are restaurants everywhere. Although I could be wrong because some places only hire certain people, and so the idea goes out the window; what is a proficient universal job I can do in another country to create a living for myself? I need options and ideas, good bartenders can make 1-1.5k a week.

    As I keep typing this, the peak excitement of the idea has already settled, but I am still interested. I've heard of people on fitmisc doing this, someone went to hawaii, etc., then made a thread i think about it not working out. How hard will it be for a high school graduate to make it, sustain a lifestyle in a foreign country, meet the right people that will lead me to where I need to be?


    I know I typed a lot here but if you do happen to read it I'd love to hear your response and experiences.

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    I thought this was a clever title, for a call out thread.
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