Glenn_carbon

Glenn_carbon wrote

Cheese is overpriced, fucking delicious, enjoyed by most people in many dishes, and fairly easy to pocket. So I guess it makes sense it would be stolen a lot.

But if you're going to grab some, do yourself a favor and grab blocks, don't get that preshredded stuff.

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Glenn_carbon wrote

Reply to sewer rat by pokan

I use their bathrooms pretty often while out on walks. Haven't bought anything from them is probably 6 or 7 years, but they sure do keep a clean bathroom.

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Glenn_carbon wrote

I've got plenty of candles, flashlights, batteries, and a few oil lanterns. I have lots of experience fishing, a little bit of hunting experience, and know my area quite well. I have 2 fruit trees; satsumas and lemons. And a small but growing garden (with plenty of seeds ready to be planted if needed. I'm currently working on a rainwater collection system to water the garden on the dryer weeks. I have lots of bottled water and a good bit of non-perishable food. Not to mention several guns and lots of ammo (hopefully just for hunting).

My long term goal is to move off-grid and become mostly self-sufficient. In the future I plan on looking more into aquaponics and beekeeping. I would love to live on a self-sufficient sailboat but unfortunately I don't see that as happening in the near future, but hopefully one day.

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Glenn_carbon wrote

Reply to by JimmyFro

Stealing is wrong, I think I speak for all of us when I say nobody here would ever steal something.

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Glenn_carbon wrote

I agree with fukwal, stick with other stores if you can. If possible, grab a small heater too, something that will keep the tent warm but won't burn it down, I don't know about you, but it's getting cold where I am right now. Good luck and stay warm.

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Glenn_carbon wrote

Reply to by !deleted20335

Thanks for the book. One of my dreams is to purchase a sailboat and live on it. This will be an interesting read.

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Glenn_carbon wrote

This is why it's important when buying any sort of gardening soil/potting soil to make sure it doesn't contail actual peat. Coir/coco peat is a good alternative. Not to mention the destruction of peat bogs hurts the carnivorous plant population. Plants such as venus flytraps, sarracenia, and sundews all rely on peat bogs to stay alive in the wild.

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Glenn_carbon wrote

A few years back I walked out with a pair of welding gloves, never had any problems going back after that. They seem to be pretty lax on security, I guess they figure nothing people could realistically steal is worth the trouble of trying to protect it.

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