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OfflineKemist
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food
    #1021479 - 11/04/02 04:58 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

farming is what doomed man from the very beginning. till we ate from the tree we were the happiest primates. able to walk out to the jungle and eat what they pleased. the earth's only rule wa survival of the fittest. then one primate thought to himself "theres has got to be a better way for more food". yes life was had many discomforts but he didnt know any better. we farm ... YAY! we grow the land and make extra food. what happens ... population explosion.

"shit what do we do?"
"grow some more food."
"theres some primates already there!?"
"kill them all"
"they didnt do anything!?"
"doesn't matter we need food!"

so "towns" started showing up. what do do with so many people

"i know ... the arts of thought, expression, and war !"

all the primates ... "lifes even more perfect ... WOW!, WHATS LIFE ???!!!"

now life then had many discomforts but we didnt know any better. the earth would be very much the same if man had not chose to drive the plow. man was a hippie from the start.

but hey .. thats life, es la vida, cest la vie. so learn to love it it not like theres a restart button!

im going for a goverment cigerate and a steak.





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Re: food [Re: Kemist]
    #1021620 - 11/04/02 05:47 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

hmmm many believe that civilisation's worst mistake was agriculture... however i could not be farked to spend my day foraging for food


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Re: food [Re: deepr]
    #1021679 - 11/04/02 06:12 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

ag did bring on civilization. it's not a bad thing ... i mean primate abviously didn't like how shit was going and they i bet they noticed plants grew where the spit fruit seeds. so they say hey "maybe if we grow them buy our caves we don't have to walk forever for food." like everything in life when theres always a catch somewhere. life isn't good or bad ... it just is

but hey im happy so you should be too.


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Re: food [Re: deepr]
    #1021683 - 11/04/02 06:13 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Sometimes I wish i could just live with nature.

:frown:


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Re: food [Re: Kemist]
    #1021749 - 11/04/02 06:44 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Every technological achievement such as agriculture brings with it a potential to enhance our quality of life, but it also includes a corresponding potential for misuse. Rather than wish we never took that step, we should learn how to use it to increase our collective happiness and prosperity rather than let it enslave our lives. We need more people figuring out how to best use the technologies we have and less people blinding pushing forward into what could be humanity's undoing.


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Re: food [Re: Kemist]
    #1027631 - 11/06/02 12:02 PM (16 years, 2 months ago)

Looks like someone's been reading some Daniel Quinn :grin: Good work. He makes some incredible points in his books.  He has a new one coming out apparently? Is it out yet? I'll have to take a look.


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