How Do I Monetize This Thing? What Do You Want To See Here?

Does anyone have any suggestions for monetizing my blog? I’m not getting much traffic outside my one “acetone cocaine wash” page, so I’m not seeing how it would really work. I’m also not sure how to interpret my site statistics. Eventually I’d like to have content worthy of a donate button or patreon, but that’s a looooooong way off. I suppose I’m just looking to make money off something that should be free, which feels kind of greasy.

Is there anything you’d like to see on this blog? I had mentioned doing a how-to on safely extracting codeine from OTC meds such as Tylenol #2 and #3 (separating it from acetaminophen/ASA and caffeine) without using the crappy cold water extraction (CWE) method, but that’s going to take some time to get the resources to verify my results.

There are no shortage of guides to get you on the darkweb and dark markets, but I might do a quick one specifically for Canadians. Most of the process is universal, with the exception of your crypto-currency broker. I’m not an expert, but I can take you through the minimum requirements for security and procedure to get you on the markets and buying anything your heart desires. I was a vendor on the markets for a short time, but that’s another story. Maybe you’d like to hear about that?

Eventually I’d like to get into the interesting period in my life where I was meeting people online and flying around to meet with strangers in hotels. I’ll be putting out some more automotive content for the hell of it, whether you like it or not. Is there anything you want to know, or that I’ve mentioned that you’d like to hear more about? I know I’m largely listening to the sound of my own typing here, but I’m determined to practice for the day that people are actually listening. Ten years from now, someone will be seeing this blog post for the first time and wishing they’d asked me when they had the chance.

One Reply to “How Do I Monetize This Thing? What Do You Want To See Here?”

  1. I think most people would feel comfortable donating by cryptocurrencies or similar as the subjects in the blog might be considered sensitive to some individuals and nobody wants to expose their identity. Get yourself a donate button (BTC) on the acetone wash post for example. I would gladly donate a few dollars as this post actually provides a health benefit for many (including myself) in the unregulated world of narcotics. Put a sentence with a link at the end of the post and see what happens.

    I would however like to point out that alcohol and tobacco are the worst drugs out there today (except for heroin and opiates). It’s funny how people are not able to classify them as drugs, just because they are socially accepted. I think it’s ludicrous that they even sell tobacco today when governments know that it can be just as addictive as cocaine and cause lung cancer. My golden rule when it comes to drugs; newer do anything that replaces the feeling of having sex. I have never done Heroin, but I have heard people describing it as a 30 min long orgasm. Once you experience that; all other goals in life are going to fade when you realize that you can trick your mind to the ultimate treat without much of an effort. Doing drugs that act as catalysators of getting in bed is fine, but never something that replaces it. I believe that humans want to endure the highest amount of endorphins for the least amount of work. Once you find a shortcut to reach this goal compared to the “normal path”, you are screwed.

    Ultimately, no drugs are good for your body, but all individuals need to get out of reality once in a while to feel alive and different. A life that just consist of work and routines is boring in my mind. Substances have always been out there, and always will be. My best tip; try it when you feel the time is right and when you have the right people around you. I never tried anything else than alcohol and tobacco before I passed my 30s. Looking back, this was probably a good choice since people usually have a more systematic and risk aware approach to the unknow when they are passed their teens.

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