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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:34 pm 
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I roared laughing watching this. Sarcastic MFer :lol:

"For example here's my library, I have one book." :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: minimalism
PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 12:33 am 
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Heh, main reason I will never move again and relish the idea of dying in this very house in which I sit: I got too god damn much shit to drag around. Academic background = lots of books and papers = tons, literal tons.

I'm more of a Maximalist. I still have pieces of polyproplyene plastic that I used to patch up caving boots in the late 1980s. I still have all of my school notebooks going back to fifth grade. I still own every book I ever bought (minus the ones that have been lost/destroyed/stolen).

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:23 am 
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I think spiritual minimalists are a welcome part of our society.

Especially when they work in minimum wage fields and don't even want to own things or earn much.

They can fill the gaps where robots are still too expensive but where humans cannot support a decent standard of living. Insert spiritual minimalists. Cheaper than automation, happy where they are.

In larger quantities they can be dangerous to a society as their idiotic world views can danger healthy policy of continuous growth.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 1:08 am 
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Anthropoid wrote:
Heh, main reason I will never move again and relish the idea of dying in this very house in which I sit: I got too god damn much shit to drag around. Academic background = lots of books and papers = tons, literal tons.




I plan on moving again in the next couple years. Urrgh!

Hated doing it in the past, when I was young & virile. Now that I'm a cripple, it will be a damn nightmare. Even with others doing most of the lifting.

Hell.. my last move was my final hobbling & I didn't even move the furniture or heavy stuff. :oops: Next one will be some severe torture. Packing a bunch of books & games - yikes!

Needless to say I've been dragging my feet a bit. But will be nice afterward - more peace & quiet. :)

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