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humanity at it's lowest

Author: debbieXY
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anyone who has ever eaten at a restaurant will understand. but my opinions are usually skewed so this will probably generate alot of oppisition

humanity at it's lowest

many a year ago, and even today man would hunt and grow his own food. the amount of skill and discipline required just to eat was staggering. cavemen would stalk a mammoth for weeks. Native Americans would use every part of the animal they killed. They took from the earth exactly what they need for themselves and the tribe to survive and when they moved they would leave the soil as unscathed as possible. fast forward to 2007 we are wasting millions of tons of food every day with restaurants alone. and what do we have to do for our food? pay money. but isn't that justified, you worked for your money so you worked for your food correct? i feel it goes beyond that as well. as an employee we support systems, systems we may not agree with like child labor, or in this and my case mass waste and planet destruction. so in order to feel some sort of justification of our waste production, we fuel the machine that keeps the system in effect.

Submitted on 2007-07-17 06:39:30     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Dude the environment is like just melting before our eyes
Its so not fair
Im so angry I can't even type anymore
| Posted on 2007-07-22 00:00:00 | by xSaraHx | [ Reply to This ]
  i agree. -all i can say. brilliantly thought of and written. keep it up.
| Posted on 2007-07-18 00:00:00 | by damienelizabeth | [ Reply to This ]
  i agree so much, being a hunter i know what it means to really work for my food. I think you hit the nail on the head ... Good write
| Posted on 2007-07-17 00:00:00 | by silentpoison | [ Reply to This ]
  hey babe.. right on witht the ranty ranty. lol. i think you have an excellent point. i miss you. :)
| Posted on 2007-07-17 00:00:00 | by EEKS | [ Reply to This ]
  RIGHT ON!! I'm so with you. At school I'm made fun of for being so cautious about the environment. I pick up my friends trash from the ground and tell them not to climb in trees so as not to hurt the poor thing. It has to deal with our [censored] everyday so why should you get to climb in it. I also have a little flower in my room to remind me how much the planet means to me and how I'm going to fight for it no matter what!

| Posted on 2007-07-17 00:00:00 | by LadyDoragon | [ Reply to This ]

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