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Posted 3/26/18 , edited 3/26/18

Humms wrote:

The fact that you even have to say that... -_-


What would that be?

The nuking, or the basic necessities of life come from the earth?


That you have to explain that living off the land is important to survival.
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Humms wrote:




Whether you like it or not.

The fruit you eat, the vegetables you eat, the meat you eat, the spices you buy, the water you drink.

All from the land.

I simply suggest not nuking an entire piece of fucking land to completely wipe it off the face of the earth as not being habital while showing off how large our ballsacks are.


Outdated? You live off of the land everyday. People vacation to places where everything is beautiful and peaceful. People retire and live their days away from congestion and pollution.

Joining society is great and all, and technology is fantastic. But the grass is always greener on the other side


My comment had nothing to do with whether i like anything or not.

Well yeah, of course. Technically you could say we live of the land because we eat those things, but we also enjoy the comforts of technology and we eat lots of mass produced processed food and use microwaves and etc. I work in a food manufacturing/producing place, creating food that is a perfect example of food that i wouldn't consider living off the land (meant pies, sausage rolls, pasties, etc).

Yeah, not nuking would be good. But as far as going back to the old ways of what i would consider "living off the land" it will probably never happen unless there is war of mass scale and the human population is reduced dramatically. Unless it ends the world of course.

I guess i wouldn't know. I've never lived on a farm or in a small community/rural area/village where everything is home grown and home produced.
Even in my country, where we have endless fruit and seafood and etc, we import crap from over seas and eat loads of fast food and other mass produced processed food.







There is soo much we can do for the places we live and still benefit the world around us.

But we don't, because of greed. I get that a lot of places have processed foods for a cheap and effective way to feed people, but then those people become unhealthy and at risk. So what was the purpose? We save money.

But that's ok, because my bank account is what really matters. And everyone will tell you that because having good credit and a clean record is the only thing that matters in life
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I see no decency in millions of nobodies being given credit for the intelligence and accomplishments of a scant few, regardless of the country.
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I find it fascinating that the entire world cannot out smart U.S. But what can I say, I'm just a guy from some island. Google, Facebook, operating system, and the invention of computer, if not biomedical achievement. The invention of graphene and nanotechnnology, the rest of the world just seem to be falling behind. That the production yield does not match the individuality of the nation. And that the entire nation, if not the entire world, is under surveillance. And back again reigning top. Apart from the missing population.


I've been dying to read a new forum post from you, I wondered if you still lurked around here in the vacation I took from GD lmfao.


We're not as on the top as we think we are lol. Like we ARE, but then we're not when China & Japan are around. Russia too.
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"You didn't build that, somebody else made that happen" ~ Barack Obama
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Posted 3/27/18 , edited 3/27/18

amejia0 wrote:



My Anime Bro look no further than Cuba where just about every household is self sufficient in their food productions. They got their own mini all you can grow gardens in every house hold that helped tide them over during tough times of embargo. Not saying a lot of them didn't suffer or go hungry but they learned to adapt to a world that no longer supplied them with instant food supplies.

If that sort of situation ever happens on a large scale worldwide you can expect us to revert to our old adaption strategies.


That's pretty cool.

I honestly believe that every new house should have rain water tanks and solar panels, it should be mandatory. Of course not everyone could afford to do that though...maybe the government could help... but they do the opposite, purpose a rain water tax of those that do have tanks and reduce the rebate for solar panels, making it not really worth the cost of buying them, seeing as by the time you have made all your money back from no electricity bills and selling power back into the grid, the panels will need to be replaced..




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There is soo much we can do for the places we live and still benefit the world around us.

But we don't, because of greed. I get that a lot of places have processed foods for a cheap and effective way to feed people, but then those people become unhealthy and at risk. So what was the purpose? We save money.

But that's ok, because my bank account is what really matters. And everyone will tell you that because having good credit and a clean record is the only thing that matters in life


Yeah there is no doubt that everything is about money.
And its gonna keep being that way.
Things are changing so much, here everyone had houses with big front and back yards and you actually could have a really nice garden and grow your own frit and vegetables but now all the land is being sub divided and the land that once had a single house now has tow, or units/apartments go up instead.
This is happening more and more and more and more really big apartment complexes are popping up everywhere.
All of the new houses that are going up in newly developed areas are all the same, small and narrow with pretty much no yards, just a small courtyard really.
So people couldn't grow their own food even if they wanted to.
Pretty unavoidable though as the population continues to grow at a rapid rate and the price of land and housing sky rockets..


EDIT" lol i feel that we have really strayed form the OP ^^;
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mxdan wrote:


Humms wrote:

The fact that you even have to say that... -_-


What would that be?

The nuking, or the basic necessities of life come from the earth?


That you have to explain that living off the land is important to survival.


I think people need to be reminded.

I think most people are living in a box
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....and none of those inventions would've happened if paper wasn't invented first
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Humms wrote:


MrAnimeSK wrote:


Humms wrote:




Whether you like it or not.

The fruit you eat, the vegetables you eat, the meat you eat, the spices you buy, the water you drink.

All from the land.

I simply suggest not nuking an entire piece of fucking land to completely wipe it off the face of the earth as not being habital while showing off how large our ballsacks are.


Outdated? You live off of the land everyday. People vacation to places where everything is beautiful and peaceful. People retire and live their days away from congestion and pollution.

Joining society is great and all, and technology is fantastic. But the grass is always greener on the other side


My comment had nothing to do with whether i like anything or not.

Well yeah, of course. Technically you could say we live of the land because we eat those things, but we also enjoy the comforts of technology and we eat lots of mass produced processed food and use microwaves and etc. I work in a food manufacturing/producing place, creating food that is a perfect example of food that i wouldn't consider living off the land (meant pies, sausage rolls, pasties, etc).

Yeah, not nuking would be good. But as far as going back to the old ways of what i would consider "living off the land" it will probably never happen unless there is war of mass scale and the human population is reduced dramatically. Unless it ends the world of course.

I guess i wouldn't know. I've never lived on a farm or in a small community/rural area/village where everything is home grown and home produced.
Even in my country, where we have endless fruit and seafood and etc, we import crap from over seas and eat loads of fast food and other mass produced processed food.







There is soo much we can do for the places we live and still benefit the world around us.

But we don't, because of greed. I get that a lot of places have processed foods for a cheap and effective way to feed people, but then those people become unhealthy and at risk. So what was the purpose? We save money.

But that's ok, because my bank account is what really matters. And everyone will tell you that because having good credit and a clean record is the only thing that matters in life


I had to quote Humms his message is honest and attractive in thought save the plant and enjoy it while you can
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