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Sounds a lot like boy/girl scouts. Plus just seems like something that myself, as a teenager, would say fuck that mom that's for nerds, I'm not going.

I probably wouldn't have said fuck, mom would have beat my ass

I feel so archaic; how have I missed this site?!

tacoplz  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: You're The Best!

thanks for the stickers!

Im curious, do you eat the meal in real time along with the album? If so, that sounds incredibly stressful

tacoplz  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Weekly photo challenge: Urban

probably too late, my sister and I went on a photo excursion in chicago.

tacoplz  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Today is The Day We Fight Back.

Has anyone heard of or looked at the success of yesterdays efforts yet?

tacoplz  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Hubski, what's your motto?

As a teenager, this one got me in a lot of trouble: "Reckless Abandon"

Anymore I tend to follow: "Don't be a bitch"

As in tough it out/dont be an asshole

I have seen this, thank you though

tacoplz  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Could you live 'off the grid'?

I definitely see where you're coming from, interesting thought. Thanks for the insight.

tacoplz  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Could you live 'off the grid'?

I feel like a minority in this modern society but I love the smartphone. I love the wealth of knowledge accessible instantly, I enjoy texting my friends across the globe, and I like buying stuff while walking down the street. Why would I want to give this up? I don't want to give it up; I want to make it better, I want to make it private, I want to make it decentralized. It's not perfect but it's fucking awesome.

While obviously I'm not in the minority because so many people have smart phones but im willing to admit my love for the fuckers.

tacoplz  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: People Power -- For a better tomorrow

I was discussing this with some friends, a lot of people like to boast that the american system of government was written advance along with technological progress but I think the system is the limiting factor. It may be that people are too hesitant to abandon the systems situated to make voting easier during times before unlimited real-time communication (eg. electoral college), politicians have learned to alter the current system to their benefit (eg. gerry mandering), or the lethargy instilled in government jobs. Either way, i think the system is too convoluted.

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