reply to post by Bacardi
Ha ha, you seem to know little about wolves, but I like your spirit.
Those skills aren't forgotten? There are plenty of us that know how to hunt, fish, build fire, shelter, homes, fix everyday items no one thinks to
fix they just replace. Laziness has killed man. All of us do this to ourselves, and like all of us, look for something or someone other than ourselves
I truly believe if you took the most battle hardened viking, got him not to kill you for 10 mins to explain the choices we have here in our world, he
would end up just like the rest of us in 5-10 years. Not because he's programmed to be like us, but because it's human nature to try to find the
easiest quickest solution.
I too have much more respect for those that work for what they have, can take care of themselves and enjoy an active lifestyle, but modern technology
and society are only part of the problem. The human we are today is pretty much identical to the human of 100 years ago, even a few thousand years
ago. WE all want to be on top, and we all want to do the least work possible to get there. Sadly it's a large part of what makes us human.
If you really want to be a man who works for his own existence, you can. People do it, even today. It's your choice, but I bet you would choose
No offense is meant in this at all. We all have the choice of what we do, and how we do it. We seem to mislead ourselves into thinking we don't.
I don't have an Iphone, nor a tablet. I do have this laptop yes, but I require it to keep involved in our world today. Doesn't mean I don't go out
and live my life like a man. Not all of our species is overweight techno-dependent sissies.