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POSSESSIONS! How to acquire food, land, guns but the big problem is protecting them after acquisition. Also storage, concern about depletion.

You never own anything-it owns you!

The only way to be truly free is to own nothing and have no obligations.
 

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The only way to be truly free is to own nothing and have no obligations.
I agree....or at least be willing to leave these possesion behind. I would like to have a few basics on my person. knife, shelter. It is a great feeling of freedom when you are free of possisions. Man I miss those few years! Hopefully they will be back!
 

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POSSESSIONS! How to acquire food, land, guns but the big problem is protecting them after acquisition. Also storage, concern about depletion.

You never own anything-it owns you!

The only way to be truly free is to own nothing and have no obligations.
Wait, your other post talks about how most people will never be able to live off the land but in this one you are advocating doing away with all possessions thereby forcing a life off the land? :confused:
 

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Wait, your other post talks about how most people will never be able to live off the land but in this one you are advocating doing away with all possessions thereby forcing a life off the land?
Hmmmm good point...........Communism anyone? ????
 

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I am not advocating anything, just stating what I consider to be a fact. I am getting old and my only goal in life is to be comfortable and enjoy myself which includes at least one shower a day.

My granddad was born in a log house in 1896 and died in 1985. He would sit in his recliner, watching TV with either his electric heat or air conditioning on and pat the arms of his recliner and say "This is the good old days"
 

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My granddad was born in a log house in 1896 and died in 1985. He would sit in his recliner, watching TV with either his electric heat or air conditioning on and pat the arms of his recliner and say "This is the good old days"
Sounds like a smart man! Thanks for the thread because I do agree with you about possesions.
 
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