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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nodogs_nomasters, Oct 5, 2014.

  1. david omega

    david omegaNew Member New Member


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    Hahaha argh fuck kill!! All good points and ideas; except the "HIPPY " name calling. There is zero need for that. Haha. ( its Dogoneye; lost my code) I am ecstatic to see you are executing you motives by travel , creating, and resisting. Other replys scream my concern of loosing ones original anarchist / punk fist. With hyper intellectual vocabulary; one can express how revolutionary they are. BULLSHIT. Insurrection before its to late...
    P.S. no god, if in SW USA ; private E me so we can feed your tribe and bless you Goats...
     
  2. nodogs_nomasters

    nodogs_nomastersExperienced Member Experienced member


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    A bus! I'd love a bus. The only halfway decent thing about the shithole job I am working right now is that it gives me lots of extra funds. I live with three roommies, so my housing costs are dirt cheap. With the way I've been saving cash, a bus or van seems like a possibility. Whether or not my travels happen with a bus will largely be determined by just how long I can grit my teeth and stand the soul sucking labor exploitation of wage slavery, haha.
     
  3. nodogs_nomasters

    nodogs_nomastersExperienced Member Experienced member


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    Hey! I absolutely live in the US!!! No goats just yet. But you are welcome to feed my future goats. The Goat Lord will bless you, child. :ecouteurs:
     
  4. barkthrone

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    im a native (dine'//navajo) trying fucking hard to reconnect with my peoples outlook on life. i do this because its fleeting and super scary to know that its almost at the tipping point where it probably wont come back. my generation are close to being the last ones on the bridge with our language, songs, ceremonies all our rituals. this is hard because what the western world (basically everything outside my culture) offers is excruciatingly appealing, i struggle with this just like everyone else. no one wants to take the time to learn about what the natural world has to offer and unlearn shrink wrapped, box shaped 24 hour inconveniences so i do it. i also would like to see what else is out there but im also aware of suits hunting profit off of our natural resources and those fuckers make it hard to choose between fun and antiwork work. i understand that i have something infinite, surrounding, mad gnarly to protect so thats what i choose to do and that means talking with the drunks in border towns, sleeping outside, hunting with rocks, talking with older folks who dont understand that working in coal or uranium mines isnt worth the paychecks they receive. it feels like im literally pushing a boulder up a steep, muddy, contaminated, rocky hill. the punks here (not this site.. maybe) are no help, their rebellion is at the bottom of a bottle and a spot at a show: where punk starts and ends for a lot of us. my culture is the enemy of the american dream and i want my lifestyle revolve around making punk a threat again!
     
  5. nodogs_nomasters

    nodogs_nomastersExperienced Member Experienced member


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    Hah, I like your spirit, aSeaOfBugs :) As much as I enjoy a good 40 oz or two, the true spirit of punk is something far more thoughtful, creative, and dangerous to all the ticky tacky houses in Hollywood. At least, it is to me.
    I've been doing some traveling and volunteer work on organic farms. Lots of adventuring. Now I'm with my folks for the holidays and considering getting a nursing license so I can go and give aid to impoverished and war torn sectors of the world. It's just a dream, right now, but only a few months ago tramping around in an old station wagon was just a dream, too. I'll get there.
    Medical care is a human right \m/ DOWN WITH THE BOURGEOISIE CAPITALISATION OF NECESSARY MEDICAL TREATMENTS! DOWN I SAY :a: EQUAL MEDICAL CARE TO ALL PEOPLE!
    Rise, my fellow goats! Rise!
     
  6. barkthrone

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    i should have included how i get money since that plays a determining factor some of the time :p i was taking classes at a tribal community college for a year and a half but ive missed out on so much rad shit that i had to split. i didnt have a lot of money to leave in the first place but there are ways and one, tiring but super productive thing i did was pick up cans and sell them and recycling centers. it isnt much but that goes along way cuz i dont pay bills. for winter i chop woods and sell them and pick pine nuts and sell those too :thumbsup: hell yeah, medicine and all the cares that go along with it are huge concerns and it is awesome to hear you want to be apart of that. i was thinking this over the other day, wondering about my older sister and her choice to enlist. she got a husband, children and shiny toys but when we last spoke we discussed her role as an indigenous person in that war, like, its easy to dismiss my arguments because ive never been there but i can see, for her, questioning the legitimacy of holding tight to a real culture, the exact same thing as iraqi people are doing, might have been, in our case, the actual war to choose around. its crazy to think about when we talked of how her husband is a contractor way out there and he is basically doing everything we fight here: stealing rich minerals for capital.
     
  7. NickF

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    I cut my own hair. That's about all I can swing right now, but it's something right? It's easier than you'd think.
     
  8. JolleyPunk

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    I live an odd life considering my beliefs. I go to a business college, I work for one of the biggest home improvement companies that exists, and I use healthcare and all that stuff. Sadly I have my health to worry about, I have type one diabetes which kind of requires me to be stuck to the system. I do everything I can to work my anarchist beliefs into the system that I do live in and try to avoid paying into the system all I can. I have paid my way through school so far, not a single bit of debt is on my plate. I fight to make my life into an epitome of anarchy in every way I can, but i will never be able to be 100% into it. Unless one of y'all know how to make insulin and can keep me rolling with it in exchange for work :D

    In all honesty, I have had the idea to just go without and try to see how long I survive without my insulin. I imagine I'd last like a week then end up on the steps of a hospital somewhere haha to OP, school is never a bad idea. Anarchy is driven by people who know how to live. The more we know, the more we will be able to do in our communities and be able to continue to move on without the system. Eventually we could build a total commune without the need for outside support. Exclusion from the world, inclusion of the people!
     
  9. nodogs_nomasters

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    Knowledge is power. From knowledge is born wisdom and responsibility :)

    Nothing wrong with doing what you must to take care of your health, either.
     
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