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    my super shitty trip from oakland to tucson

    I got out on the nose also patially to check the weather.But at the same time, yeah shoulda checked out the fucking window. Oh well, I own my stupid mistake. And no, Compass did not take me on my first ride.
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    my super shitty trip from oakland to tucson

    Oh I know. But it was also is the CC point. And it was an intentional arrest, i i know.
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    my super shitty trip from oakland to tucson

    Poss of marijauana in small amounts is a class 1 misdemeanor here. But they were gonna put me in jail for jut the trespassing anyway, before they fond the pot.
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    my super shitty trip from oakland to tucson

    Yeah it is, but Im finding out that the real work is in the setup. I've scored a gig during the job, part time, but its only like 7 bucks an hour cash.
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    my super shitty trip from oakland to tucson

    Actually they did permanently keep the book tincture. As well as the unidentified mushroom chocolates! Yeah I know, I shouldnt have been riding in AZ with so much illegal crap, but, yeah. the kept that stuff.
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    my super shitty trip from oakland to tucson

    So, last monday, I decided to head down to Tucson to work at the gem and mineral show, from oakland, where I had been squatting for a few months. Trip out of oakland was relatively uneventful, daily junk reefer porch, arrived in Roseville around 2am, found a spot to camp, and slept. I think I...
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    Tuscon, AZ

    so i've never been to tucson, and I planned on riding down there to attempt and work the gem and mineral show that goes on there jan 29-feb 13. i know very little about rocks, and was looking to attempt to obtain cash labor work by getting up early and walking around to vendors as they are...
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    sure did! and i've been floating between pdx and cali for the last month or two, and i'll be...

    sure did! and i've been floating between pdx and cali for the last month or two, and i'll be stopping at hellarity in a few hours, as i just rode down to roseville, and am currently in concord!
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    Is being veg responsible?

    I don't know specifically what the "deer aren't being hunted" thing was a response to, but, you're right we have nearly hunted deer predators to extinction. So, our ecologically literate responsibility it to 1.) reintroduce those species and 2.) in the meantime in a BALANCED way step into the...
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    Is being veg responsible?

    Everything was well said and succint, as usual, El Capitan, and I'd like to piggyback on this one thing: "Yes, it will be painful for billions of people to starve and die in combat for limited supplies of food/water, but it will balance out the population: any absence of food supply...
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    Is being veg responsible?

    rainforests are being demolished more so for monocropped agriculture. not vegan specific, but definitely human food specific, aka, wheat/corn/soybeans. modern livestock practices are devestating as well. i'm way against them. but i am for grassfed rotational grazing in grassland ecologies or...
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    Wild Roots, Feral Futures (anti-civ gathering)/Colorado: June 2010

    i actually didnt re read the thread at all. Just assumed someone probably rambled in a way that expressed that making room for and respecting those outside the gender binary of male and female, aka queer, transgendered, etc., and respecting their preferred pronouns of they/she/him/etc., was...
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    Wild Roots, Feral Futures (anti-civ gathering)/Colorado: June 2010

    Yeah, I wanted to go. Oh well, I plan on it next year. And the gender binary bullshit on here is just that, but I think it may mainly stem from an ignorance about gender theory and ideas of gender as social construct, and not being interested in hearing about it, or not being a critical...
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    Is being veg responsible?

    "That means that far less land is needed for a vegan lifestyle: No one is plowing third world rainforests to plant corn for their families, or soybeans for vegans, they are doing so for cattle grazing and cattle crops to sell to first world countries." YOU'VE GOTTA BE FUCKING KIDDING ME! Do you...
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    Portland, OR

    So I know about sisters of the road, but the rest of the portland thread was pretty uninformative. whats the fuss with this city? just got here. squats? collective houses? infoshops? places where travelers congregate? anything worth checking out at all? lets make a good, comprehensive...