The Truth Surrounding Identity Politics

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A Conversation with Google's Bard Is to possible to know the truth? Whether or not it is possible to know the truth is a question that has been debated by philosophers for centuries. There is no easy answer, and the answer may depend on how you [...] Read more

Homelessness and Social Integration

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Statements in bold from the book by Stephen Eide Homelessness in America : history and tragedy of an intractable social problem, Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2022] Stephen Eide puts forth the idea that Housing First is a flawed concept. [...] Read more

Who are the Leisured Indigent?

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The term "leisured indigent" [1] is not a commonly used or recognized term, however, it could be interpreted as referring to individuals who are homeless or experiencing poverty but are perceived as leading a leisurely or carefree lifestyle. When we [...] Read more

Modern Day Villains

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In the present age, bad actors who abuse technology can be categorized into various groups. Here are a few examples: Cybercriminals: These are individuals or groups who engage in illegal activities using technology. They may conduct hacking, [...] Read more

Revolutionizing K-12 Education

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A detailed hypothetical scenario showcasing the integration of AI, Virtual Reality (VR), Collective Intelligence (CI), Blockchain, and Robotics into K-12 education: In this future educational landscape, AI-powered virtual tutors play a crucial role [...] Read more

Peek Into the Future

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Combining our collective understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR), Collective Intelligence (CI), Blockchain, and Robotics can indeed lead to exciting possibilities and experiments. Let's explore a hypothetical scenario [...] Read more

The American Bicycle Nomad

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The life of a modern-day American Bicycle Nomadic is one of freedom, adventure, and simplicity. These individuals have chosen to embrace a nomadic lifestyle, relying on their bicycles as their primary mode of transportation. They move from place to [...] Read more

Emergency Vehicle Operators Unite!

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Loud sirens from emergency vehicles can disrupt peace and affect health. To address this, we can educate drivers about the impact of sirens, establish guidelines for their use, develop quieter sirens or alternative warning systems, raise awareness [...] Read more

Mitch Snyder: Homeless Advocate

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While homelessness may formerly have taken different forms, it has always existed in America. Homelessness is a problem shaped greatly by state and local policies and dynamics. To blame Reagan for modern homelessness is to misunderstand the roots of [...] Read more

Questioning the Adventure Cyclist

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50 questions for the long distance adventure cyclist. Where are you headed? How far have you traveled? What inspires you to travel this way? How many hours do you cycle each day? What challenges have you encountered along the way? What's the most [...] Read more

Imagining Adventure and Travel

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Imagine a man who loves adventure and decides to ride his bicycle all the way from one coast of the USA to the other! He's on a special mission and has a limited amount of money, only $5 per day, to cover all his expenses. But don't worry, he's [...] Read more

Hoboes, Tramps and Bums

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In the past, people had different words to describe homeless individuals, like "bum," "hobo," and "tramp." These words showed social differences among homeless people. Some chose to be homeless, while others had different circumstances. "Hobo" [...] Read more

Rise of the Modern Bicycle

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In the 1960s, bicycles were quite similar to what we have today. They had two wheels, pedals, and handlebars, but there were a few differences. Bicycles were generally simpler in design, and they didn't have as many gears as modern bikes. The drive [...] Read more

Blockchain and AI in Education

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In the future, there might be a really cool combination of two amazing technologies called blockchain and AI in our schools. Let me explain what that could look like: First, let's talk about blockchain. Imagine a special digital ledger, like a big [...] Read more

Homelessness Declining

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One way to assess the number of homeless individuals is by examining the service systems they use. In the late 19th and early 20th century, police stations served as shelters, with an estimated 630,000 people sleeping in such facilities in 1880 and [...] Read more

Improved Self-reliance

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Improving self-reliance can be a prudent approach for households and small enterprises during times of economic uncertainty or potential downturns. Focusing on reducing risk and exposure can help mitigate the potential impact. Here are a few [...] Read more

Market Trading Strategies

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Trading strategies vary in their merits and suitability, but none guarantee success. Consistency and discipline as crucial factors for traders. This essay explores the significance of self-observation and understanding, developing conviction in [...] Read more

Exchange-based Leveraged Zero-sum Trading

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To Summarize: Exchange-based leveraged zero-sum trading involves borrowing funds to amplify positions, with winners and losers balancing out to zero. The ratio of winners to losers in this type of trading is approximately 85/15. Market conditions, [...] Read more

Public Perception of the Nomad

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The perception of a man living a nomadic lifestyle on a bicycle and embracing a carefree existence will vary among people. Here are a few possible initial impressions onlookers may have: Adventurous Spirit: Some individuals may see this man as an [...] Read more

AI and Collective Intelligence

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Collective intelligence (CI) is the synergy of knowledge, insights, and problem-solving abilities that emerges when individuals collaborate and pool their expertise as a group or community. It taps into the idea that the collective wisdom of a [...] Read more

Paul Craig Roberts

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Paul Craig Roberts is an American economist, author, and former government official. He served as an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy during the Reagan administration. Roberts has been an outspoken commentator on economic and [...] Read more

Truth, Grace, and Eternal Life

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Throughout history, various individuals have been revered by different cultures and belief systems as saviors or embodiments of truth, grace, and eternal life. Some notable figures include: Jesus Christ: According to Christian beliefs, Jesus is [...] Read more

Native American Jazz Saxophonist →

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Witchi-Tai-To is a song written by Jim Pepper, a Native American jazz saxophonist and composer of Kaw and Creek heritage. The song gained popularity after being recorded by various artists, including Pepper himself, in the 1960s and 1970s. The title [...] Read more

Franti: I Know I'm Not Alone →

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Michael Franti is an American musician who has made a name for himself as a singer, songwriter, rapper, poet, and social activist. Franti is known for his diverse musical style, blending elements of hip-hop, reggae, rock, folk, and pop. Franti [...] Read more

Sacred Spirit Yeha-Noha →

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Yeha-Noha is a song by the musical project Sacred Spirit, which was created by German musician Claus Zundel, also known as The Fearsome Brave. The song was released in 1994 as part of the album Sacred Spirit: Chants and Dances of the Native [...] Read more

Temple of the Dog - Hunger Strike →

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Temple of the Dog was a musical project formed in 1990 by members of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam as a tribute to the late Andrew Wood, the lead singer of Mother Love Bone. Hunger Strike is one of their most well-known songs. It features the vocals of [...] Read more

Bob Marley's Redemption Song →

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Redemption Song is a powerful song by Bob Marley, released in 1980. In it Bob Marley conveys a message of liberation, urging listeners to free themselves from mental slavery and take control of their own minds. When Bob Marley sings, "Emancipate [...] Read more

Bob Dylan's Jokerman →

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Jokerman is a song by Bob Dylan from his 1983 album "Infidels." The lyrics of the song are open to interpretation, as is often the case with Dylan's work. Jokerman is known for its poetic and cryptic nature, and various theories exist about its [...] Read more

Encounter with the Grim Reaper →

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The link in the title jumps to Facebook's Bicycle Travellers group to display a post of a world tour cyclist's personal account of recently being struck by an automobile. The comment section is interesting as well. The narrator describes their [...] Read more

Song of Angry Men

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Many people worldwide feel frustrated with growing oppression and corruption in government. This sentiment is often not widely reported in the media, which is sometimes owned by the same entities contributing to this problem. There is a tendency for [...] Read more

Urban Bicycle Friendliness

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Several factors contribute to the relatively low adoption of bicycles as a means of everyday transportation in many regions. Some of these factors include: Lack of Infrastructure: Insufficient or inadequate infrastructure, such as dedicated bike [...] Read more

Bokator: Khmer Martial Arts

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Khmer Martial Arts and Thai Martial Arts have distinct histories and characteristics, shaped by the cultural, historical, and regional influences of Cambodia and Thailand respectively. Khmer Martial Arts, also known as Bokator or Labok Kator, traces [...] Read more

Benefits and Risks of Homelessness

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The benefits and risks of being homeless can vary depending on individual circumstances, available resources, and support systems. Benefits: Connection with nature: Living outdoors allows for a closer connection with the natural environment, which [...] Read more

Graffiti Behavior is Fascinating

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Common factors that may contribute to the behavior among those who habitually spray paint graffiti: Peer influence: Peer pressure or association with a group engaged in graffiti may influence an individual's behavior. Expression and identity: Some [...] Read more

Tattoos and Body Piercings

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Tattoos and body piercings can have both personal and societal benefits, but it's important to note that the extent of these benefits and considerations can vary among individuals and cultures. Here are some potential ways in which tattoos and body [...] Read more

Murray Rothbard on Taiwan

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Murray Rothbard, a prominent libertarian thinker, examined the issue of whether the United States should defend Taiwan from an attack by mainland China. As a libertarian, Rothbard prioritized individual liberty and limited government intervention. [...] Read more

Bastiat, Hazlitt, Belloc and the POTUS

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An imaginary exchange between Messrs. Bastiat, Hazlitt, and Belloc with the President of the United States that captures the essence of their ideas and how they might discuss contemporary political and philosophical issues. President: Gentlemen, I [...] Read more

Bastiat and Others with the POTUS

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An imaginary exchange between the POTUS and Frédéric Bastiat, where the President seeks advice on how to navigate the challenges and shape the future of the country: President: Mr. Bastiat, your ideas on individual liberty and limited government [...] Read more

Frédéric Bastiat: Classical Liberalism

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Frédéric Bastiat was a renowned French economist, statesman, and writer who made significant contributions to the field of classical liberalism and economic thought during his relatively short life. Despite his premature death at the age of 49, [...] Read more

Good and Bad Laws

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Examples of laws that are generally considered to be beneficial (good) or controversial (bad). 10 Examples of Laws Often Considered Beneficial: Laws protecting freedom of speech and expression. Laws safeguarding the right to a fair trial and due [...] Read more

The Existence of God

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The existence of God is indeed complex and personal, and individuals approach the subject differently based on their experiences, perspectives, and beliefs. The cosmological argument suggests that there must be a first cause that set everything in [...] Read more

Benjamin Franklin Interview

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An imaginary discussion between the US President and Benjamin Franklin in the year 2024. US President: Mr. Franklin, thank you for joining me today. As we discuss the state of our nation, I am troubled by the looming challenges we face, particularly [...] Read more

Reasons NOT to Ride Bicycle

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While riding a bicycle can be a wonderful experience for many, there are several reasons why someone might choose not to ride a bicycle: Safety concerns: Some individuals may feel unsafe riding a bicycle due to traffic, inadequate cycling [...] Read more

Beginning Advice for the Novice Explorer

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Novice Cyclist (NC): I've been thinking about embarking on a bicycle tour, but I'm not sure where to begin. It seems so daunting! Experienced Cyclist (EC): Ah, I remember that feeling well. Let me tell you, it's an adventure like no other. Where do [...] Read more

Old Man and a Bicycle

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As I sit here, weathered and worn, reflecting upon the remarkable life I have led, I can't help but smile at the countless memories that flood my mind. For nearly three decades, I embarked on an extraordinary adventure, traversing the globe on my [...] Read more

LGBTQ+ Rights and Gender Identity

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Consider if you will this AI (Artificial Intelligence) generated discussion: Explain the ongoing debate surrounding freedom of speech, LGBTQ+ rights, and gender identity from the perspective of Christ and Buddha. Christ: Greetings, dear Buddha. The [...] Read more

Looking Back: Military Industrial Complex

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Since President Eisenhower's warning about the military-industrial complex in 1961, there have been several instances where its influence and control over policies have been observed. Here are ten specific examples: Vietnam War: The [...] Read more

Bicycle Touring Verses

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A script on the ease, beauty and simplicity of bicycle touring done in the style of a Shakespearean play through a dialogue between two parties arguing the point. Act 1, Scene 1: A Veranda in Verona [Enter Benvolio and Mercutio] Benvolio: Good [...] Read more

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

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The fourth industrial revolution, driven by exponential technologies, is poised to have a profound impact on the planet and its inhabitants. Here are some key areas where this shift is expected to bring transformation: Automation and Artificial [...] Read more

A Republic, If You Can Keep It

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The quote, "A republic, if you can keep it," attributed to Benjamin Franklin, serves as a reminder of the ongoing responsibility of citizens to preserve and maintain the republican form of government. Whether or not the United States has been able [...] Read more

Benjamin Franklin's Republic

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Benjamin Franklin, one of the esteemed American founders, offered various insights and advice about the republic. Here is a well-known quote attributed to him that reflects his perspective on the nature of the republic: "A republic, if you can keep [...] Read more

Quotations: American Founders

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Here are several quotations expressed by American founders that reflect their concerns about the potential for distrust in government and banks: Thomas Jefferson: "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing [...] Read more

Minimalist and Self-sufficient Lifestyle

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A plan for living comfortably day-by-day with minimal material possessions and acquiring them without money involves adopting a minimalist and self-sufficient lifestyle. Here are some key elements to consider: Shelter: Seek out alternative living [...] Read more

Challenges Youths Face

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Addressing the challenges faced by lost, troubled, and disoriented youths requires a comprehensive approach involving various stakeholders. While government involvement may not be perfect, it can play a role in initiating and supporting initiatives. [...] Read more

Life on a Bicycle: Comprehensive Plan

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Comprehensive Plan for Living on a Bicycle: Determine Your Goals and Objectives: Clarify your reasons for living on a bicycle, whether it's for adventure, sustainability, health, or a combination of factors. Set specific goals, such as traveling to [...] Read more

Respect the Earth: Comprehensive Plan

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Comprehensive Plan-of-Action to Address Environmental Destruction: Education and Awareness: Implement comprehensive environmental education programs at all levels of education to raise awareness about the consequences of excessive consumerism, [...] Read more

Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder

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Here is a comprehensive plan of action to help a youth who is under the care of professionals having been diagnosed with symptoms of schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder to manage their symptoms: 1. Be supportive and understanding. Let the [...] Read more

Buy a Mountain Bike and Prepare

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Here are some tips on how to motivate someone to buy a mountain bike, and then to prepare to take an overnight bicycle tour camping along the way: Find out what they are interested in. What kind of activities do they enjoy? What are their hobbies? [...] Read more

Direct Daily Personal Guidance for Youth

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Providing direct daily personal guidance to a youth who is not your child and who is confused, has self-destructive habits, and has been diagnosed with mental illness can be a challenging task. However, it is important to remember that you are not [...] Read more

Urban Scourge: Boomers

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The escalating presence of boom cars in American life poses a grave threat to peace, public safety, and overall well-being. These excessively loud vehicles, equipped with powerful booming bass, unleash brutal and physically dangerous noise that [...] Read more

Back-up Beeping Insanity

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The relentless noise pollution caused by back-up beepers has become a growing concern for the public and has garnered attention in scientific literature. These beepers, known for their ear-piercing sound, not only top the list of complaints to [...] Read more

More Blaring Sirens Please

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The operation of emergency vehicles with blaring sirens along city streets has raised concerns regarding the impact on society, community peace, tranquility, and individual health. The growth of the Medical Emergency Industrial Complex has led to a [...] Read more

Autonomy, Self-sufficiency, and Minimalism

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There has been a growing interest in lifestyles that prioritize individual autonomy, self-sufficiency, and minimalism. Many individuals seek to reclaim a sense of personal freedom and reduce their dependence on external systems and societal [...] Read more

World Without Internet

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For many of us, imagining a world without the Internet and other modern technologies would be a significant challenge. These advancements have become integral to our daily lives. However, if we were suddenly transported back to a time before these [...] Read more

ArtificiaI Intelligence Generates Fear

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There are a few reasons why people fear the power of AI. One reason is that AI is becoming increasingly powerful. AI systems are now able to learn and perform tasks that were once thought to be the exclusive domain of humans. This has led to [...] Read more

Ball-earthers Unite!

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The term "ball-earther" is a pejorative term for someone who believes that the Earth is a sphere. The term is often used by flat-Earthers, who believe that the Earth is flat. Flat-Earthers believe that the Earth is a flat disc surrounded by a wall [...] Read more

Me Apologize?

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No, you should not apologize for your beliefs. As an apologist, you are simply defending your beliefs in a rational and logical way. You are not trying to force your beliefs on others, but simply to explain why you believe what you do. If someone is [...] Read more

Imgur: Free Online Image Hosting

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Imgur is a free online image hosting service. It was created in 2009 by Alan Schaaf, a software engineer from Wisconsin. Imgur allows users to upload, view, share, and comment on images. The service is popular among Redditors, who often use it to [...] Read more

Commonalities of All Belief Systems

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Belief systems are sets of principles or values that guide people's lives. They can be religious, philosophical, or simply personal. While there are many different belief systems, they all share some common elements. One common element is a source [...] Read more

One-Size-Fits-All Belief System

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There is no one belief system that is universally beneficial to the individual and society as a whole. Different belief systems have different strengths and weaknesses, and what works for one person or group may not work for another. That said, [...] Read more

Quantum Computing and Artificial Intelligence

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The combination of quantum computing and artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of our lives, from the way we work to the way we interact with the world around us. However, it also has the potential to create [...] Read more

Google Bard Names War Criminals

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The United States has been involved in a number of direct wars, covert wars, and proxy wars in recent history. These wars have caused a great deal of death and destruction, and many people believe that those responsible should be held accountable. [...] Read more

Sustainability and Justice

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Excessive consumerism, greed, and lust for wealth and power are destroying the earth. These things lead to overproduction, overconsumption, and pollution, which are all major contributors to this destruction. There are a number of things that [...] Read more

Fruits of a Minimalist Lifestyle

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If all people began to live minimalist lifestyles, consuming only necessities, never over-consuming in any way, rather instead focusing on innovative and creative pursuits and goodwill toward all, the world would develop in a number of positive [...] Read more

Personal Accountability

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It's not easy to be accountable to no one. We are social creatures, and are hardwired to seek the approval of others. However, there are a few things you can do. First, you must be clear about your values and what is important to you. Once you know [...] Read more

Those Who Live Outdoors

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People often think and believe only homeless people live outdoors, but in fact for some it is best to be outdoors all the time. Spending time outdoors is beneficial for health. Studies show spending more time outdoors lowers rates of obesity, heart [...] Read more

Penniless Outdoor Living

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The minimal number of material things necessary for living comfortably day-by-day without money would vary depending on the individual's needs and circumstances. However, some basic necessities would include: Shelter: A place to live, such as a [...] Read more

Comfortable Penniless Living

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The minimal number of material things necessary for living comfortably day-by-day without money would vary depending on the individual's needs and preferences, but some basic necessities would include: Shelter. This could be anything from a tent to [...] Read more

Minimalistic Necessities

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The minimal number of material things necessary for living comfortably day-by-day without money would vary depending on the individual's needs and circumstances. However, some basic items that would be essential for most people include: Shelter: A [...] Read more

Live Comfortably Without Money

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There are many ways to live comfortably acquiring all wants and needs free and without spending money. Here are a few tips: Reduce your needs. The first step is to reduce your needs. This means getting rid of things that you don't need or use. It [...] Read more

Live Comfortably Without Money

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There are many ways to live comfortably without spending money. Here are a few tips: Reduce your needs. The first step to living comfortably without spending money is to reduce your needs. This means getting rid of things that you don't need and [...] Read more

Ride Bike Across the US

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Here are some tips on how to plan for riding a bicycle from New York to California: Choose the right bicycle. You'll need a bicycle that is comfortable and reliable, and that can carry all of your belongings. Plan your route carefully. This includes [...] Read more

Long-distance Touring Tips

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Here are some tips on how to plan for riding a bicycle from New York to California: Choose the right bicycle. You'll need a bicycle that is comfortable and reliable, and that can carry all of your belongings. Plan your route carefully. This includes [...] Read more

Planning the Coast to Coast Ride

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Here are some tips on how to plan for riding a bicycle from New York to California: 1. Choose the right bicycle. You'll need a bicycle that is comfortable and reliable, and that can carry all of your belongings. 2. Plan your route carefully. This [...] Read more

Sleeping Comfortably Outdoors

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Here are some tips on how to stay warm and dry when sleeping outdoors in the rain and cold: Choose the right location. When choosing a location to sleep, look for a spot that is sheltered from the wind and rain. If possible, find a spot that is [...] Read more

Preparing to Sleep Outdoors

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Here are some tips on how to stay warm and dry when sleeping outdoors in the rain and cold: Choose a dry and sheltered spot. If possible, choose a spot that is sheltered from the wind and rain. This could be under a tree, in a cave, or even just in [...] Read more

Tips for Staying Warm and Dry

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Here are some tips on how to stay warm and dry when sleeping outdoors in the rain and cold: Choose the right location. When choosing a location to sleep, look for a spot that is sheltered from the wind and rain. If possible, find a spot that is near [...] Read more

Enjoying the Natural World

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There are many ways to efficiently and effectively live outdoors. Here are a few tips: Choose the right location. When choosing a location to live outdoors, it's important to consider the climate, the availability of resources, and the potential for [...] Read more

Tips for Outdoor Living

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There are many ways to live outdoors and not indoors. Some people choose to live in tents or other temporary shelters, while others build more permanent structures such as treehouses or earthships. There are also many different ways to find food and [...] Read more

Outdoor Living Challenges

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Living outdoors can be a great way to connect with nature and live a more sustainable lifestyle. However, it's important to be prepared for the challenges of living outside. Here are some tips for living outdoors efficiently and effectively: Choose [...] Read more

Live on Your Bicycle

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Living on a bicycle is a challenging but rewarding experience. It requires a lot of planning and preparation, but it can be a great way to see the world and live a more sustainable lifestyle. Here are some tips for living on a bicycle: Plan your [...] Read more

Tips for Life on a Bicycle

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Living on a bicycle is a challenging but rewarding experience. It requires a lot of planning and preparation, but it can be a great way to see the world and live a more sustainable lifestyle. Here are some tips for living on a bicycle: Choose the [...] Read more