Message from ram3n in Cascade Front #homesteading-general


2017-09-21 22:12:58 UTC  

Because I dont think homeschooling is good.

2017-09-21 22:13:19 UTC  

honestly the main reason (((they))) can so easily brainwash children is because the parents fail to get to their own children first and instil proper virtues and morals

2017-09-21 22:13:41 UTC  

Better than sending them to holocaust and slavery school though

2017-09-21 22:13:48 UTC  

i feel like modern parents have just lost their ability to instill virtues and morals

2017-09-21 22:13:56 UTC  

and instead just push equality onto them

2017-09-21 22:14:00 UTC  

Our people did fine without schools until the 1920's

2017-09-21 22:14:11 UTC  

or put the responsibility of parenting on those teachers

2017-09-21 22:14:14 UTC  

or the TV

2017-09-21 22:14:28 UTC  

or the media

2017-09-21 22:14:29 UTC  

in general

2017-09-21 22:14:39 UTC  

which is why we have so many wigger children i'm p sure

2017-09-21 22:14:43 UTC  

only care about money

2017-09-21 22:14:50 UTC  

It is

2017-09-21 22:15:12 UTC  

Rich white kids and media with pop music

2017-09-21 22:15:42 UTC  

grafting

2017-09-21 22:49:07 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/359504430569095168/360558091646926849/thumb3_old_mill_waterwheel.jpg

2017-09-21 23:37:47 UTC  

So here's the question. If, as a community, we all specialize in one area (one person is a shepherd, another orchardman, another wheat, etc) we'd be more dependent upon each other, but it'd probably be more efficient than everyone managing a little of everything. Is this a desirable outcome?

2017-09-21 23:39:14 UTC  

sounds good to me

2017-09-21 23:44:26 UTC  

We'd need to know the numbers and specializations of people beforehand, though, that way we're not setting a potato farmer on a mountainside.

2017-09-21 23:50:05 UTC  

Absolutely

2017-09-21 23:50:34 UTC  

Run it like a medieval fiefdom, but without the king -- everyone has a role

2017-09-22 00:14:19 UTC  
2017-09-22 00:14:37 UTC  

I'm so obsessed with these things.. It's really a marvel

2017-09-22 00:21:57 UTC  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLgvtTQPJTY
most of these points can be applied to goats as well.

2017-09-22 00:27:37 UTC  

their wool

2017-09-22 00:27:38 UTC  

would be nice

2017-09-22 00:28:16 UTC  

yeah, I don't think cotton would be possible in the PNW

2017-09-22 00:30:33 UTC  

And again, wool harvesting and processing is women-friendly work, which is a plus in the long run

2017-09-22 00:31:24 UTC  

Wool if marketed correctly can be sold to people for crafts.

2017-09-22 00:32:34 UTC  

Excellent. We could even make them into crafts ourselves to sell.

2017-09-22 00:32:47 UTC  

Set up weaver shops and what not for the women

2017-09-22 00:32:49 UTC  

could wool possibly be used as natural insulators

2017-09-22 00:32:51 UTC  

for homes?

2017-09-22 00:33:05 UTC  

no, moths eat wool.

2017-09-22 00:33:09 UTC  

if you like fire, i guess

2017-09-22 00:33:58 UTC  

Wool doesn't burn.

2017-09-22 00:34:14 UTC  

Doesn't it rot though?

2017-09-22 00:34:23 UTC  

they also make a fattier milk. This is great for making cheeses.