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    Side Jobs other than Gigolo

    I've been trying to figure out what I could do on the side to make a little extra money to feed my bike addiction. I have a job that offers lots of sitting around time. I'm on call and have lots of time at home but I have to be very flexible with my schedule. I was wondering if anyone has any good ideas or insight into what I should do to make some more dough.
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    You could be a baker. I hear they make a lot of dough.
    I've made some bad decisions like taking the gears off my bike. So here's the warning: Do not as I say, nor as I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChainChain View Post
    Side Jobs other than Gigalo
    Wait a sec here... I'm not sure you're giving this concept for a secondary source of income the consideration it deserves.
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    Assassin.

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    Some Great Replies.......NOT

    This could be a great topic for some but then why answer the question if you don't have anything possitive to contribute?

    I am also curious about legitamate extra income that would be time flexible.

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    ~flip craigslist beater bikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtSS View Post
    This could be a great topic for some but then why answer the question if you don't have anything possitive to contribute?

    I am also curious about legitamate extra income that would be time flexible.


    And do you want someone to do the work for you too once they tell you what to do for extra work? STFU, what exactly is your positive contribution to this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtSS View Post
    This could be a great topic for some but then why answer the question if you don't have anything possitive to contribute?

    I am also curious about legitamate extra income that would be time flexible.


    What? You think I was joking? The CIA is on a hiring spree currently.

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    Spin class instructor at the local gym.
    Its all Shits and Giggles until somebody Giggles and Shits

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    since you've excluded it from discussion, I assume you're already whoring out your "services" and it doesn't provide enough?

    I suggest hiring yourself out to local high school students to make beer runs. I hear that can be quite lucrative, but I suggest you choose the wealthy neighborhoods and aim for the clientele willing to pay for your service.

    don't try posing as a wino in the back alley, because those punks WILL stiff you if given half a chance.

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    You can escort bikers through the rough neighborhoods, charge 20 bucks one way. My other idea is to buy full half link chains and sell them individually (links) on ebay at 2 bucks a pop, will work. The competition is 3 bucks plus 2 bucks shipping. Or you can fix bikes on the side, craigslist post.

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