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The Nomad Capitalist

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jamesbond
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The Nomad Capitalist

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The Nomad Capitalist explains how he got started with his career.

"When I think about the idea of getting involved with an American woman, I don't know if I should laugh .............. or vomit!"

"Trying to meet women in America is like trying to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics."

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Another one of those fake experts marketing a big bag of Hot Air.

https://nomadcapitalistscam.com/

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I am forever a free man and will live free every day for the rest of my life. I answer to no man.

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jamesbond wrote:
August 2nd, 2020, 7:56 am
The Nomad Capitalist explains how he got started with his career.

I like a lot of what Andrew provides in terms of visa and second passport advice. He and I actually met and exchanged contact information some time ago in one of the countries we have in common, but I never purchased his services because he provides guidance things that I have been finding out for myself for decades now.

He is not a good match for most on this forum however. Not only is he too pricey for the "Southeast Asia expat" types, but guys on this forum are now fully steeped in cynicism and naysaying unlike when I first began posting here.

HappierAbroad is no longer for the sophisticated and discerning world traveler, it is for the misfit, the marginalized, and the cynic who prefer languishing in the ordinary rather than flourishing in wealth as Andrew advocates. Used to be such a jewel of a site so that really is a shame.

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Contrarian Expatriate wrote:
November 19th, 2020, 5:35 am
I like a lot of what Andrew provides in terms of visa and second passport advice. He and I actually met and exchanged contact information some time ago in one of the countries we have in common, but I never purchased his services because he provides guidance things that I have been finding out for myself for decades now.

He is not a good match for most on this forum however. Not only is he too pricey for the "Southeast Asia expat" types, but guys on this forum are now fully steeped in cynicism and naysaying unlike when I first began posting here.

HappierAbroad is no longer for the sophisticated and discerning world traveler, it is for the misfit, the marginalized, and the cynic who prefer languishing in the ordinary rather than flourishing in wealth as Andrew advocates. Used to be such a jewel of a site so that really is a shame.
Likes with likes, really. As you yourself admit, the guy doesn't provide any advice or guidance that can't be found online with a little bit of research, plus he is pricey. Another case of someone who believes they're worth a lot but they're worth shit...

Uhmmmm...where have I heard this before...? LOL

Another trademark delusion of yours, that one has to squander their cash on all sort of fake gurus to show that they are "flourishing in wealth" :)

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