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    do u live with a system in ur life
    i mean u have tp do every thing in it time and that all shit
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    like a schedule ---its that what your saying?

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    Ask the wife.
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    some people probably have the ADRIAN MONK syndrome i suppose !

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    We all live in systems. It's a fundamental and unavoidable fact.

    Unless one can become completely self-reliant -- and I mean complete -- than we will always be dependent upon other systems to meet our needs.

    Consider the basics: Food, Clothing, Shelter. How do you obtain these? Unless you harvest your own seeds, dig your own well and harvest your own garden you will have to rely upon outside systems to keep you fed; and these systems will set prices, location of stores and quantity/quality of produce. Your diet is at the mercy of the food industry!

    Shelter, well unless you decide to squat somewhere, you'll have to pay rent, utilities, etc... well I won't belabour the point.

    So, yup, we're surrounded by pressures of conformity whether we like it or not.
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    ^ What she said.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kallieb View Post
    We all live in systems. It's a fundamental and unavoidable fact.

    Unless one can become completely self-reliant -- and I mean complete -- than we will always be dependent upon other systems to meet our needs.

    Consider the basics: Food, Clothing, Shelter. How do you obtain these? Unless you harvest your own seeds, dig your own well and harvest your own garden you will have to rely upon outside systems to keep you fed; and these systems will set prices, location of stores and quantity/quality of produce. Your diet is at the mercy of the food industry!

    Shelter, well unless you decide to squat somewhere, you'll have to pay rent, utilities, etc... well I won't belabour the point.

    So, yup, we're surrounded by pressures of conformity whether we like it or not.
    ..and I always thought that wise Canadians were a conflict in terms...

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    Can't resist a bragging moment!!!

    A little bit about my country:

    In 2004, a study by Statistics Canada found that 59.1% of Canadians aged 25 to 54 had a post-secondary certificate or university degree, 8.0% had taken some post-secondary education, 20.1% were high school graduates, and 12.9% had less than a high school education.

    And in terms of our overall Standard of Living, I pulled this off the net:

    Canada's Rank in UN Index

    Index of Living Conditions

    The United Nations ranked Canada sixth on its Human Development Index for 2006. The country's standard of living, health care system, educational attainment, housing, cultural and recreational facilities, level of public safety and tourist opportunities are all of an exceptionally high quality. Rank Country
    1 Norway
    2 Iceland
    3 Australia
    4 Ireland
    5 Sweden
    6 Canada
    7 Japan
    8 United States
    9 Switzerland
    10 Netherlands
    11 Finland
    12 Luxembourg
    13 Belgium
    14 Austria
    15 Denmark
    What do they say about myth vs reality

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    In 2004, a study by Statistics Canada found that 59.1% of Canadians aged 25 to 54 had a post-secondary certificate or university degree, 8.0% had taken some post-secondary education, 20.1% were high school graduates, and 12.9% had less than a high school education.
    The most impressive thing about those statistics is that they add up to 100.1%

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