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Comment by OCNaturalDoc on January 28, 2010 at 9:57pm
i'm not a member of either party, but i've noticed that these lame attempts to derail or diffuse the point of the discussion predictably 'blue'. feel free to stay on topic. just a reminder --- i am NOT the topic.
Comment by caseyjo on January 28, 2010 at 8:28pm
You might not be a duck OC but you act just like one...if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it must be a duck.
Comment by OCNaturalDoc on January 28, 2010 at 7:54pm
oh, knock it off, you two.

true -- i'm a part of several groups, none of which are religious or political in nature -- and you know it. your snarky remarks prove your ignorance --- and ignorance is ok, IF you decide to take a step up and learn. we all start somewhere.

so get a grip on your fingers and redirect them --- cuz when you have one pointing at me, you have THREE pointing back at yourself.
Comment by caseyjo on January 28, 2010 at 7:36pm
She acts exactly the same as sooo many people springing up from organized religious based hate groups...one of their sheeple I do believe....
Comment by OCNaturalDoc on January 26, 2010 at 10:13pm
is this a quiz, cw? or what?
Comment by CWO3ROBBIE on January 26, 2010 at 5:34pm
Questions OC:
Could you identify one or more of the bills that can not be amended once signed? When did this practice start?
Where do people pay tolls to get to and from work that are less than the cost of mailing a letter?
Have you ever checked the cost of mailing a letter in any other country?
What would you use to replace medicare?
Can you provide the name of a country that has a successful pasenger rail system that is totally owned and operated by a privately owned organization?
The USSR was governed by socialism. Where was the communism that I spent over 20 years of my life defending my country from?
Did you vote for any of the people pictured in the video?
Comment by caseyjo on January 26, 2010 at 5:18pm
Wikipedia had it already laid out for me OC..better than me trying to write it all down in my own words...much quicker. I usually put down m y source for info, but forgot this time...oops....:)
Comment by OCNaturalDoc on January 26, 2010 at 5:06pm
it sounds like a return to our roots....many, many moons ago. :-)

resistance is usually more about fear due to lack of education. lots of eco-knowledgeable people need to be on board to answer those questions that people will ask. but i'm sure experts would be willing to come out of their ecovillages to assist in this effort.

the deal is, most people in this country don't even know about this AT ALL! and you've done a great job laying it out. thanks!
Comment by caseyjo on January 26, 2010 at 4:44pm
Ecovillages are intentional communities with the goal of becoming more socially, economically and ecologically sustainable. Some aim for a population of 50-150 individuals because this size is considered to be the maximum social network according to findings from sociology and anthropology.[1] Larger ecovillages of up to 2,000 individuals exist as networks of smaller subcommunities to create an ecovillage model that allows for social networks within a broader foundation of support. Certain ecovillages have grown by the nearby addition of others, not necessarily members, settling on the periphery of the ecovillage and effectively participating in the ecovillage community (see, for example, Findhorn).

Ecovillage members are united by shared ecological, social-economic and cultural-spiritual values.[2] An ecovillage is often composed of people who have chosen an alternative to centralized electrical, water, and sewage systems. Many see the breakdown of traditional forms of community, wasteful consumerist lifestyles, the destruction of natural habitat, urban sprawl, factory farming, and over-reliance on fossil fuels, as trends that must be changed to avert ecological disaster. They see small-scale communities with minimal ecological impact as an alternative. However, such communities often cooperate with peer villages in networks of their own (see Global Ecovillage Network for an example). This model of collective action is similar to that of Ten Thousand Villages, which supports the fair trade of goods worldwide.

I see this manner of living as a great model for the future of our country, but people are not willing to change..fear rules their lives so any chance of saving ourselves is nill at this point..
Comment by OCNaturalDoc on January 26, 2010 at 3:18pm
caseyjo, i don't mean to put you on the spot, but would you elaborate on this?
"We are going to see America go under because we refuse to see what is really happening."
so what's really happening? and how do you see us fixing our problem?



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