Man Quits His Job, Rents a Kia and Finds the Strangest Ways to Go Broke

A man named Daniel quit his job and convinced his photographer friend Benson to follow him around on a 13,000-mile road trip across the United States to complete missions assigned to him by random people on the internet.

The duo started in San Diego and lived on the road for two months eating a lot of fast food and documenting their adventures on film. The two have done everything from exploring abandoned mines and gambling in Vegas to conducting paranormal investigations. He says anything goes and he is prepared to do anything on the road trip until he goes broke.

Anyone can go on his website Internet Adventure Club and submit their mission proposals for him to complete.

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