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    Quote Originally Posted by not on the rug View Post
    Wikipedia is for idiots. And anyone can edit it. Try a dictionary. Humans have existed on this planet for 2 million years. And they sure as shit weren't farming. Time and time again you prove yourself to be not even remotely as intelligent as you think you are. I feel badly for you. Look around here. You butt heads with pretty much every single member on every single topic. The common denominator is you.
    I don't think you will find any encyclopedia that recognize "hunter gatherer societies" or "Inuits" as civilizations, so you are mistaken, and if you don't have some arguments to back up your claims, then I have no more to add here...

    http://education.nationalgeographic....zation/?ar_a=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Sorry. Not to make excuses, but this is a function of complex subject matter, coupled with character limits and time constraints. Start here: Another Way of Knowing Daniel Quinn: The Great Forgetting if you want to try to get a better idea of where I'm coming from.
    I've read Daniel Quinn. I was surprised that you had because some of the things you've said in this thread were less than intelligent.

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    Ishmael is interesting, but hardly 'THE TRUTH'. He keeps banging on about people 'locking up all the food', when in reality, agriculture was a pretty good way of avoiding famine and starvation, at least in the short term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck416 View Post
    I actually think that MovNat is an exciting training development that tracks closely with our ancestral approach to living - combines strength, functional fitness, balance, flexibility, power and endurance.
    Nah! Movnat is only for those skinny jean wearing pussies who aren't real men enough to get under the bar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jefferson1775 View Post
    rock n roll, that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    Nah! Movnat is only for those skinny jean wearing pussies who aren't real men enough to get under the bar!
    If you get under the bar, you can up your movnat potential several notches.

    Please note that "if" is not the same as "if and only if". Scrawny people in skinny jeans, being intelligent, would know the difference. However, i must point out the difference for the meat heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by magicmerl View Post
    Ishmael is interesting, but hardly 'THE TRUTH'. He keeps banging on about people 'locking up all the food', when in reality, agriculture was a pretty good way of avoiding famine and starvation, at least in the short term.
    agriculture doesn't avoid famine and starvation, it causes them.

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    This guy has a lot of heart.
    He also looks damn fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    agriculture doesn't avoid famine and starvation, it causes them.
    totalitarian agriculture
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorbag View Post
    I don't think you will find any encyclopedia that recognize "hunter gatherer societies" or "Inuits" as civilizations, so you are mistaken, and if you don't have some arguments to back up your claims, then I have no more to add here...

    civilization - National Geographic Education
    ok. taken from your link:

    "Characteristics of Civilization

    All civilizations have certain characteristics. These include: (1) large population centers; (2) monumental architecture and unique art styles; (3) written language; (4) systems for administering territories; (5) a complex division of labor; and (6) the division of people into social classes."

    so none of this exists without agriculture? are you truly saying that? I suppose that based upon your narrow-minded definition of civilization, you are right. hunter-gatherers and cultures such as the inuit aren't part of any civilization. they have no population centers, no architecture, no art, no written language, no system for administering territories, no division of labor or no division of class. these people must be anomalies. hmmm....
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