Local knowledge kept under the radar
While yesterdays’ /vagabond is great for spreading the vagabond gospel, it’s not the best place to be sharing resources that might get you noticed by the authorities.
Once you have been ‘vetted’ in the vagabond community, you might find yourself introduced to localweb.is/u/vb-resources. Here, other vagabonds share their knowledge of places to squat, unofficial train schedules, places and people to avoid and other vital information. These serve as both warnings and guides, and they are all tied to a physical location, making it extremely relevant.
If you’ve found that the local ‘bull’ or railroad police will look the other way for about $20, why keep this knowledge to yourself? A quick note in /u/vb-resources can help out other vagabonders in the area. The /u/ means it’s unlisted so the only way to find out about it is if someone tells you. And they will only do this if you are one of them.
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