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I work in electronics retail. I haven't sold but $1000 all month.

 
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If you are into Electronics, you probably buy them online.


I rarely buy anything retail, for two reasons.


I cant find it in my area, and IF I even cant find it the price is always more expensive.
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I'm not trying to be a shill and say that this is normal, because I do agree that our economy is doomed. However, is January not the slowest month of the year? Wouldn't rail traffic be down? No christmas goods, and most importantly no grain being harvested?
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Good question, I would say in general that is about right but the drop this year over the same time from last year is about double.

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Electronics are so last year.
Nanogantabics is the way to go now...
In the end it doesn't even matter...
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We just canceled our Dish cable.It had so many commercials and ads that we couldn't take it any more.Where in the hell do these companies get all this fucking advertising money and who in the hell is going to be buying their crappy shit anyway??? They have car adverts at 11:30 at night, like I'm gonna run right out and buy.......Fuck them and their commercials!!!!!!!!!!Adios DISH,HELLO 80$ saved every month!
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Its January. Did you work there this time last year?

I've worked in truck leasing for 7 years and our company expects losses every January. I don't discredit the fact that sales are down, but I jst wouldn't be ready to jump yet. Especially since tax refunds are not going out til February this year. I'd stick it through til march.

of course, it never hurts to keep your eyes open for a better opportunity.
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We just canceled our Dish cable.It had so many commercials and ads that we couldn't take it any more.Where in the hell do these companies get all this fucking advertising money and who in the hell is going to be buying their crappy shit anyway??? They have car adverts at 11:30 at night, like I'm gonna run right out and buy.......Fuck them and their commercials!!!!!!!!!!Adios DISH,HELLO 80$ saved every month!
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We're dumping our cable and putting half our money saved into a higher speed 12/1.5 internet connection. We'll be using free Hulu. We spend most of our time ignoring the tv while we surf anyway.

It's going to be hard missing the Walking Dead, though.
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We just canceled our Dish cable.It had so many commercials and ads that we couldn't take it any more.Where in the hell do these companies get all this fucking advertising money and who in the hell is going to be buying their crappy shit anyway??? They have car adverts at 11:30 at night, like I'm gonna run right out and buy.......Fuck them and their commercials!!!!!!!!!!Adios DISH,HELLO 80$ saved every month!
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We're dumping our cable and putting half our money saved into a higher speed 12/1.5 internet connection. We'll be using free Hulu. We spend most of our time ignoring the tv while we surf anyway.

It's going to be hard missing the Walking Dead, though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32642408


Media sells addiction.
Does anyone recall when they said that pay tv would get rid of commercials?

Howd that turn out?
They knew you'd watch to get your value out of it, and they turned it into a propaganda bonanza, most of you have no independent thought process anymore, most of you want to go along with the most popular media figure presented to you, and think that returning to the evil you know is better than any possible alternative.
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We just canceled our Dish cable.It had so many commercials and ads that we couldn't take it any more.Where in the hell do these companies get all this fucking advertising money and who in the hell is going to be buying their crappy shit anyway??? They have car adverts at 11:30 at night, like I'm gonna run right out and buy.......Fuck them and their commercials!!!!!!!!!!Adios DISH,HELLO 80$ saved every month!
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We're dumping our cable and putting half our money saved into a higher speed 12/1.5 internet connection. We'll be using free Hulu. We spend most of our time ignoring the tv while we surf anyway.

It's going to be hard missing the Walking Dead, though.
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amctv.com, baby!
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Whether OP is truthful or not, the moral of the story is most certainly true. I talk to a lot of truck drivers, and brokerage firms and I can tell you frieght is not moving at a good rate at all. And truthfully, All you have to know is that 2% increase in Social security we all got, is coming out of the economy. Something has to get cut, be it food, electronics, games, movies, whatever. Add in the higher food costs, fuel costs, etc..... I believe guy is going broke. We all will soon.
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Who buys electronics at brick and mortar retail outlets anymore?

You get a much better price online and it comes right to your house.
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Part of the reason for low retail store sales is that so many people now buy from the internet. Prices are often lower, don't have to go to the store, etc.

But in the end we know that is contributing to our depressed economy - less jobs, products manufactured in other countries, etc.

And can you imagine when all the local retail stores close out, then something happens and we don't have access to internet to do all our buying?

So what I'm doing now is just becoming as independant of consumerism as I can, making do with what I have. The switch to having very little, if it comes, will probably be much easier for those who are doing this now. We've been trained by the media to conform and have the latest and greatest of everything, lest we appear "different" and out of touch.

That means making all my own hair and skin products, herbal remedies, canning, growing herbs and vegetables, using a modem (gasp!!), no cell phone or TV, or cable or wifi. And no, I don't feel deprived. I read a lot, and am constantly learning how to do and make the things our forefathers did before "science" and "authorities" came along and told us they could do it better.

I have no faith in allopathic medicine, so I could care less about the idiocy of Obamacare ---I admit I'll go to the doctor if I'm in a car accident, have a broken leg or whatever, but anything else, I'll take my own chances, and hope I'm not unconscious when/if some well-meaning soul tries to drag my ass to a hospital :) Learning now how to care for even major illnesses, without pharmaceuticals and radiation, etc., will pay off eventually.

So if you see the writing on the wall, and believe our economy is unlikely to ever get better, what steps are you willing to take?
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Understood OP.

Since gas is so expensive here (over $4 + per gallon) it is cheaper for me to make all of my purchases off the internet (Amazon.com) where being a Prime member I don't pay for postage and can pick up items when I go to the Post Office. We don't put anything on credit anymore and only use our debit card.

Just a suggestion. If you're single you may want to get a used camper van (something comepletely self contained) to live in if you move west. Something like the Rialto gets 20 mpg. Biggest expense for folks is lodging and utilities. Put some solar panels on it and satellite of internet/TV and you're good to go. The smaller camper vans are nice because they can be parked anywhere.

If and when you get some land you can always put up a tiny house and make is self-sufficient as well.

Here are some links at GLP.
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

Some of the used RV vans are not that expensive but here are some links of what's out there.

[link to www.mcmahonrv.com]

Roadtrek 190
Pleasure Way
[link to sprinter-source.com]
[link to www.roamingtimes.com]
[List of rialtas] [link to rvs.oodle.com]
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Part of the reason for low retail store sales is that so many people now buy from the internet. Prices are often lower, don't have to go to the store, etc.

But in the end we know that is contributing to our depressed economy - less jobs, products manufactured in other countries, etc.

And can you imagine when all the local retail stores close out, then something happens and we don't have access to internet to do all our buying?

So what I'm doing now is just becoming as independant of consumerism as I can, making do with what I have. The switch to having very little, if it comes, will probably be much easier for those who are doing this now. We've been trained by the media to conform and have the latest and greatest of everything, lest we appear "different" and out of touch.

That means making all my own hair and skin products, herbal remedies, canning, growing herbs and vegetables, using a modem (gasp!!), no cell phone or TV, or cable or wifi. And no, I don't feel deprived. I read a lot, and am constantly learning how to do and make the things our forefathers did before "science" and "authorities" came along and told us they could do it better.

I have no faith in allopathic medicine, so I could care less about the idiocy of Obamacare ---I admit I'll go to the doctor if I'm in a car accident, have a broken leg or whatever, but anything else, I'll take my own chances, and hope I'm not unconscious when/if some well-meaning soul tries to drag my ass to a hospital :) Learning now how to care for even major illnesses, without pharmaceuticals and radiation, etc., will pay off eventually.

So if you see the writing on the wall, and believe our economy is unlikely to ever get better, what steps are you willing to take?
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I agree a lot of people in here ask if there is an economic collapse or hyperinflation what should they put their money in or what should they buy to prepare? Obviously the necessities like food, ways to filter/treat water, maybe gold or silver but I think that durable items like clothing, tools, non GMO seeds if you have the coin solar panels and batteries, etc.

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North American railroad traffic has dropped about 25% in the past month or so.

[link to www.zerohedge.com]

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Seems pretty normal yearly.
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Everybody is buying guns and ammunition.

Nobody needs a 60" television anymore.
I'm tired of waiting, somebody push the damn button already!

Please ignore the German flag, I am an American.

Keep your 72 virgins, give me one old biker chick.
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Im guilty of it too. I go to the store to see the displays and then I go home and buy from Amazon. But hey, when the corporations took away our jobs to China, what do you expect when you have less money?
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My New Year resolution is to not spend a penny on anything that is not essential. So far I'm spot on.

Voting is pointless but I can still do my small part to starve the BEAST.
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This is BAD.

I am also commission + base, so you can see the income is also decreasing marginally...

I'm getting out asap.

Point of the thread is, retail is dying very quickly. The economy is not growing. Everyone that does buy is doing so with credit cards at 25+% APR and most of them live in chicago. I am in indianapolis, so you can see they are probably buying out of state because they have no aspiration of paying off the cards.

At 20, I went from being all about video games and movies/television to feeling sick when I get home and that's all anyone wants to do anymore. Working in the field will quickly change that in anyone, and I'm actually grateful that it helped me to wake up.

Fact is, it's a sad future.

I'm tired of handling money and all of this shit nobody needs.

What draws the line for me is when people are more focused on Dancing with the Stars or American Idol than the fact that our country is a beautified skeleton being kept alive, literally, by machines.

When it all snaps, I think people like us will have a head start, at least mentally.

My route may be to flee to the west and live like my natives.
 Quoting: eyeDR3


Wanted to chime in on outdoor sports. My state sold the least fishing licences ever and ski areas are hardly selling any lift tickets

No one has the money to teach their kids how to fish or how to ski..

Its really bad, but of course, why go out when you have facebook..

I grew up with sports, physical fitness, the outdoors Its horrifying to see people being broke and sitting on their asses instead..

Were going to raise a bunch of fat kids..
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My New Year resolution is to not spend a penny on anything that is not essential. So far I'm spot on.

Voting is pointless but I can still do my small part to starve the BEAST.
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True, but you also starve your neighbor and their job...
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My New Year resolution is to not spend a penny on anything that is not essential. So far I'm spot on.

Voting is pointless but I can still do my small part to starve the BEAST.
 Quoting: S. Colt 32401176


True, but you also starve your neighbor and their job...
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So, our proper job is to run off to the shops and buy retail and on credit, right?

Figures
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My New Year resolution is to not spend a penny on anything that is not essential. So far I'm spot on.

Voting is pointless but I can still do my small part to starve the BEAST.
 Quoting: S. Colt 32401176


True, but you also starve your neighbor and their job...
 Quoting: ELNATHAN APOLLYON


Sorry you have a guilt trip about consumerism.

This economy is going down, whether I go out and buy a new IPod or start paying for WiFi or whatever.

My personal goal here, one little person, is to say Fuck You to the monetary system as it stands. There is no money. There is no gold. The monetary system is a sham and a scam. It's only our belief in it that keeps it going.

I'm not going to support the banks, the pharmaceuticals, the medical profession, or the corporations. But you can bet I'll be there for my neighbor. Just not by "buying more" so he/she can have a job.

I have saved tons of money since I learned how to make things myself. We can all do that. We can all learn how to grow and use medicinal herbs, what plants and weeds and roots and berries can be eaten, all that stuff.

A few years ago I got out of the stock market completely after day traqding for 7 years. I decided to "invest" by buying food, paper goods, and various supplies to make soaps, balms, do gardening (tools), etc. Clothing is warm and practical, not the latest style.

In other words, I examined our economy and decided to turn my beliefs upside down. Our buying habits, medical health and beliefs, technology, etc. are deeply intertwined with the scam of the monetary and economic system. They all deserve closer inspection...and upon inspection, they are all pretty darn insane. Common sense is thrown out the window for the latest "research" report, the latest technology, the latest fashion, the latest quick-fix pill. When you start taking a pill for acid reflux disease BEFORE you eat a hamburger from McDonald's, you need to start looking at how our media has taught us this is not only a good thing, but just plain "common sense"!

So I may be a one man army, but gotta start somewhere.
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Part of the reason for low retail store sales is that so many people now buy from the internet. Prices are often lower, don't have to go to the store, etc.

But in the end we know that is contributing to our depressed economy - less jobs, products manufactured in other countries, etc.

And can you imagine when all the local retail stores close out, then something happens and we don't have access to internet to do all our buying?

So what I'm doing now is just becoming as independant of consumerism as I can, making do with what I have. The switch to having very little, if it comes, will probably be much easier for those who are doing this now. We've been trained by the media to conform and have the latest and greatest of everything, lest we appear "different" and out of touch.

That means making all my own hair and skin products, herbal remedies, canning, growing herbs and vegetables, using a modem (gasp!!), no cell phone or TV, or cable or wifi. And no, I don't feel deprived. I read a lot, and am constantly learning how to do and make the things our forefathers did before "science" and "authorities" came along and told us they could do it better.

I have no faith in allopathic medicine, so I could care less about the idiocy of Obamacare ---I admit I'll go to the doctor if I'm in a car accident, have a broken leg or whatever, but anything else, I'll take my own chances, and hope I'm not unconscious when/if some well-meaning soul tries to drag my ass to a hospital :) Learning now how to care for even major illnesses, without pharmaceuticals and radiation, etc., will pay off eventually.

So if you see the writing on the wall, and believe our economy is unlikely to ever get better, what steps are you willing to take?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19362469


Understood OP.

Since gas is so expensive here (over $4 + per gallon) it is cheaper for me to make all of my purchases off the internet (Amazon.com) where being a Prime member I don't pay for postage and can pick up items when I go to the Post Office. We don't put anything on credit anymore and only use our debit card.

Just a suggestion. If you're single you may want to get a used camper van (something comepletely self contained) to live in if you move west. Something like the Rialto gets 20 mpg. Biggest expense for folks is lodging and utilities. Put some solar panels on it and satellite of internet/TV and you're good to go. The smaller camper vans are nice because they can be parked anywhere.

If and when you get some land you can always put up a tiny house and make is self-sufficient as well.

Here are some links at GLP.
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

Some of the used RV vans are not that expensive but here are some links of what's out there.

[link to www.mcmahonrv.com]

Roadtrek 190
Pleasure Way
[link to sprinter-source.com]
[link to www.roamingtimes.com]
[List of rialtas] [link to rvs.oodle.com]
 Quoting: Alexander


This is BAD.

I am also commission + base, so you can see the income is also decreasing marginally...

I'm getting out asap.

Point of the thread is, retail is dying very quickly. The economy is not growing. Everyone that does buy is doing so with credit cards at 25+% APR and most of them live in chicago. I am in indianapolis, so you can see they are probably buying out of state because they have no aspiration of paying off the cards.

At 20, I went from being all about video games and movies/television to feeling sick when I get home and that's all anyone wants to do anymore. Working in the field will quickly change that in anyone, and I'm actually grateful that it helped me to wake up.

Fact is, it's a sad future.

I'm tired of handling money and all of this shit nobody needs.

What draws the line for me is when people are more focused on Dancing with the Stars or American Idol than the fact that our country is a beautified skeleton being kept alive, literally, by machines.

When it all snaps, I think people like us will have a head start, at least mentally.

My route may be to flee to the west and live like my natives.
 Quoting: eyeDR3


Wanted to chime in on outdoor sports. My state sold the least fishing licences ever and ski areas are hardly selling any lift tickets

No one has the money to teach their kids how to fish or how to ski..

Its really bad, but of course, why go out when you have facebook..

I grew up with sports, physical fitness, the outdoors Its horrifying to see people being broke and sitting on their asses instead..

Were going to raise a bunch of fat kids..
 Quoting: ELNATHAN APOLLYON


My New Year resolution is to not spend a penny on anything that is not essential. So far I'm spot on.

Voting is pointless but I can still do my small part to starve the BEAST.
 Quoting: S. Colt 32401176


True, but you also starve your neighbor and their job...
 Quoting: ELNATHAN APOLLYON


Sorry you have a guilt trip about consumerism.

This economy is going down, whether I go out and buy a new IPod or start paying for WiFi or whatever.

My personal goal here, one little person, is to say Fuck You to the monetary system as it stands. There is no money. There is no gold. The monetary system is a sham and a scam. It's only our belief in it that keeps it going.

I'm not going to support the banks, the pharmaceuticals, the medical profession, or the corporations. But you can bet I'll be there for my neighbor. Just not by "buying more" so he/she can have a job.

I have saved tons of money since I learned how to make things myself. We can all do that. We can all learn how to grow and use medicinal herbs, what plants and weeds and roots and berries can be eaten, all that stuff.

A few years ago I got out of the stock market completely after day traqding for 7 years. I decided to "invest" by buying food, paper goods, and various supplies to make soaps, balms, do gardening (tools), etc. Clothing is warm and practical, not the latest style.

In other words, I examined our economy and decided to turn my beliefs upside down. Our buying habits, medical health and beliefs, technology, etc. are deeply intertwined with the scam of the monetary and economic system. They all deserve closer inspection...and upon inspection, they are all pretty darn insane. Common sense is thrown out the window for the latest "research" report, the latest technology, the latest fashion, the latest quick-fix pill. When you start taking a pill for acid reflux disease BEFORE you eat a hamburger from McDonald's, you need to start looking at how our media has taught us this is not only a good thing, but just plain "common sense"!

So I may be a one man army, but gotta start somewhere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19362469


All VERY good responses.

Do any of you have any tips?

I'm looking into maybe a series of survival books, one for each state. And books that don't need an outlet to "work."

I'm going down a similar path. I guess instinct and intuition are begging me to just live and self sustain. Will people miss me? Yes, I'm sure.

But none of them understand. I am always analyzed as crazy when I feel like I'm just doing me

What lead me to this was living in a shell all through my young years. Everything seemed so easy. School, electronics, food, money... But then I hit the real world. And woke up.

I know glp has a disclaimer. But to me these "insane" people are far more sane and intelligent than most people I've met.

I had this intuitive feeling that preparing now and becoming a self sustaining man was what my soul wanted. Its why I'm here.

I've got another post soon about some amazing things I've experienced in the last 2 years. Please keep an eye out guys.

Love you all.
Those who extended a hand when I most needed:

Nickadeemus, Bluebird, ItSeesThroughEyes, Rev StarGazer, darkwolf007, Rickster58, ar-15 nut, Chrewman, beeches, ceawaves, Shackles, ANHEDONIC, Shoot straight Johnny, Useless Cookie Eater, Hq okc, AR 15-SPECIALIST, Psi Guy, InTheHood, Abi, Paved in Chaos, sacred energy, AnonymousGirl, Nine's, Dice84, Simple27, justanothergranny, WitchHazel, jdb, Bearwalk9, Geo777, natasha77, TheWayWeWere, curry nosher, homelessguy92, Still Meow..., nah, INK3, Deaf Cat, katharinels, Re_Deek_u_Lus, Dug In and ALL THE AC'S!!!

For every negativity, create two positives!

Karma accepted!

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Part of a pack one wolf chose to leave
A life like his dreams this wolf chose to weave

On his own in the dark the wolf could not see
Nobody was telling him what to believe

When he questioned what truly made him free
It was always the moonlight guiding thee

~eyeDR3


The sheep may one day find, there was always a wolf inside.

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Two more days leaving with $0 sold.
Those who extended a hand when I most needed:

Nickadeemus, Bluebird, ItSeesThroughEyes, Rev StarGazer, darkwolf007, Rickster58, ar-15 nut, Chrewman, beeches, ceawaves, Shackles, ANHEDONIC, Shoot straight Johnny, Useless Cookie Eater, Hq okc, AR 15-SPECIALIST, Psi Guy, InTheHood, Abi, Paved in Chaos, sacred energy, AnonymousGirl, Nine's, Dice84, Simple27, justanothergranny, WitchHazel, jdb, Bearwalk9, Geo777, natasha77, TheWayWeWere, curry nosher, homelessguy92, Still Meow..., nah, INK3, Deaf Cat, katharinels, Re_Deek_u_Lus, Dug In and ALL THE AC'S!!!

For every negativity, create two positives!

Karma accepted!

~For wolf and moon


Part of a pack one wolf chose to leave
A life like his dreams this wolf chose to weave

On his own in the dark the wolf could not see
Nobody was telling him what to believe

When he questioned what truly made him free
It was always the moonlight guiding thee

~eyeDR3


The sheep may one day find, there was always a wolf inside.

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