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A Muse Me
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I will be going to support my local small theater this weekend that brought the movie to our city.

If you see it in your town or city please support the courage of the filmmaker to spread this ugly truth.
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09/17/2011 02:57 PM
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Re: Farmageddon
Anyone seen it yet?
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09/17/2011 03:18 PM
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Part of me thinks I won’t even be able to bear seeing this truth on the big screen. My tomatoes died half way through summer.
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09/17/2011 03:21 PM
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We have to figure out ways to get off the grid now before tapping into the matrix of their so called smart grid becomes mandatory.
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09/17/2011 03:24 PM
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Those so called incentives to to so called help people afford renewable energies are going back to the electric companies and straight into Wall Street as Renewable Energy Credits.
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They are selling renewable energy as pieces of paper. They are selling the sun and the wind as paper. Hedging their bets that the sun will keep shinning or it won’t. The snowpack will melt or it won’t.
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Havent't seen it yet, but am looking forward to it. Would love to hear a review from someone on GLP.
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09/17/2011 03:35 PM
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The sun the wind the fruit the soil the toil. Water was but the precursor.

Last Edited by Metanoia on 09/17/2011 03:47 PM
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09/17/2011 03:37 PM
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Havent't seen it yet, but am looking forward to it. Would love to hear a review from someone on GLP.
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I will do my best and post it here.
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Thug government.

I think we need a new word to describe what we have in the country.

How about Thugerment.
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09/17/2011 03:50 PM
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Thug government.

I think we need a new word to describe what we have in the country.

How about Thugerment.
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Thatcher coined it years ago. TINA. There is No Alternative. There is no alternative to their so called free market.
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09/17/2011 09:33 PM
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bump
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02/25/2012 12:00 AM
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Question, are we allowed to buy heirloom vegetable seeds?
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02/25/2012 12:01 AM
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I mean it is doubtful the seeds they sell on the stands in supermarkets are the kind that produce new vegetables every year. You have to keep planting every year whereas with heirloom it is not necessary to plant every year - correct?
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02/25/2012 12:08 AM
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I mean it is doubtful the seeds they sell on the stands in supermarkets are the kind that produce new vegetables every year. You have to keep planting every year whereas with heirloom it is not necessary to plant every year - correct?
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My pumpkins sure did. Give it a try. Go get a few packs of seeds for some pumpkin/squash, corn and a few different kinds of beans then sew them in a bunch of pots with gardening soil in them and plant the ones which are growing the best on a mound of loose soil after may 24th and water every morning, then see what happens. Eat what you like and let some ripen and drop their seeds to grow again next year.
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I mean it is doubtful the seeds they sell on the stands in supermarkets are the kind that produce new vegetables every year. You have to keep planting every year whereas with heirloom it is not necessary to plant every year - correct?
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My pumpkins sure did. Give it a try. Go get a few packs of seeds for some pumpkin/squash, corn and a few different kinds of beans then sew them in a bunch of pots with gardening soil in them and plant the ones which are growing the best on a mound of loose soil after may 24th and water every morning, then see what happens. Eat what you like and let some ripen and drop their seeds to grow again next year.
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