I'll eat soy when they shove it in my cold dead mouth. Hopefully I won't be around to see a day when we all have to become vegetarian. That would be the most gigantic public health crisis we've ever seen.
In all of the universe there is only one person with your exact charateristics. Just like there is only one person with everybody else's characteristics. Effectively, your uniqueness makes you pretty average.
The laws of thermodynamics are a real thing. You can't just pluck energy from wherever and use it however you want. There are rules, and they're the kind of rules you can't break.
Also, if there was a source of unlimited free energy anywhere, living things would have evolved to exploit it eons ago. As it is they make do with stored or direct solar, chemical and thermal energy, just like we do.
Today I will: Eat food, not poison. Plan for success, not settle for failure. Live my real life, not a virtual one. Move and grow, not sit and die.
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I'll support you. From a safe distance.So I take it the people on this thread wouldn't support my life goal of having 100 kids and then dying in a glorious battle that will be talked about for the next 1000 years?
That's horrifying! Why didn't they donate it to a homeless shelter or, well, ANYTHING? Now I know why people will pick over dumps...I used to work next door to a distribution center for Rite Aid. They had 5 or 6 enormous dumpsters for "damaged goods" that were guarded by armed guards. My co-workers were friends with some of the guards and allowed to "dumpster dive" on occasion. Here are things that got thrown out: ONE leaky laundry soap? The whole palette to the dumpster. Cases of candy, for seemingly no reason, not out of date. Entire case of toothpaste that got a crush on one end. Occasional things like cases of stuff like head phones and random electronics. Food was pretty frequent- one dented can, the whole case goes. So 90% of the stuff was usable and saleable. But it went off to the landfill after being written off as a loss. Yeah, we waste stuff.