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Whats more vegan eating oysters or permitting mining that has runoff that kills the ocean, cobalt is despite being an important micronutrient quite toxic in larger amounts…

I think farming bacteria that convert cobalt to b12 would be more ethical, but maybe theres things that westerners don’t eat that are high in b12 …

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Reply to comment by paradise in i wanna give up by paradise

I think a lot of people here have struggled with these feelings at one time or another, I’ve been struggling with depression for about a decade now, there are easy days and hard days…

Its hard when you feel you cant talk to the people around you about how you feel. And its true that some people don’t understand how it feels, or don’t have productive answers,

Ive had long periods of time when ive been in a rutt, kind of spinning my wheels, but I’ve also had a lot of really interesting experiences that i think very few others have been able to have.

Why cant you enter the job market? Do you live in a really small town? I know it can feel suffocating, I've lived in places that had nothing going for them, Do you have to pay a lot for rent? Do you have access to food? Know anyone who does any interesting stuff? Do any creative writing? Write Music? Any songs you sing along to when they come on? Is there a way to take a day trip out of your town, or are there any interesting places to visit nearby? Could you invite a friend on a picnic? Or have lunch on a park bench? Or walk someplace you’re not familiar with?

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I remember when i was probably about 10 years old walking to school, i found a flash drive on the ground, and after waiting a week to plug it into the computer at home (i was afraid to get a computer virus) it had a bunch of really weird to me at the time music, some of the songs i became kind of obsessed with, at the time I didn’t have internet at home, and didn’t have any cd’s so these random songs had a huge impact on me, it was like finding treasure as a kid without access to music other than the radio.

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Just rewatched kiki’s DS recently and i totally agree about it kind of just dropping you at the end of the movie, think theres a lot of meandering, but also lost opportunities with the plot, so many events in the film seem kind of irrelevant, as well as some of the more important plot points get kind of neglected…

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Not america but i was talking to someone who works in film who says they were doing some shooting on an organic farm, and the farmer got really mad at them because of some cigarette butts that were left, apparently the butts could affect the certification due to trace amounts of nicotine, that could possibly register with soil testing as having used a nicotine based insecticide or something idk seemed like a bit of paranoia on the farmers part, but ofc their livelihood depended on the certification…

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And when people ask me what my plans are I'm embarrassed to admit, that the people who have most inspired me in my life are all in mental institutions, and prisons, or have simply walked into the sunset, leaving society behind. My most nostalgic memories are of a cabin i lived as a child with no electricity or running water, with a skeleton key lock and a wood stove.

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