lurine at softcom.net
Fri Nov 7 17:55:00 EST 2008
Well, crap! Sorry, but I just don't seem to have a home at all <g> Hell's
bells, I didn't get the BO virus. I surely qualify as a "hippie." I mean,
sheesh, I was born in SF. People's Park. Ah, dare I mention that I still
have my Akai reel-to-reel taping from Woodstock. Ah, Garberville anyone?
(O.K., so you all aren't versed in Dead Headese, that's the last holdout for
all the old Dead Heads)
So, I'm not in fear of other humans, not that I "like" much that's out there
anymore <g> but I am "prepared" to hunker down if need be and wish the
government would take a flying leap!
I just can't win <g>
Lynda, who owns Birkenstocks AND a 30-06!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lynn Wigglesworth" <lynnw1366 at hotmail.com>
> Yeah, I was a 'hippy' through high school and college, then I tried the
> yuppy thing for almost 20 years. It just wasn't 'me'. I'm an idealistic
> hippy again, but I hope not as naive as I was.
> I was just talking to someone who said that there seem to be two types of
> homesteaders. One is the cool hippy types and nature lovers... folks
> that may want to deal less with concrete and steel and more with green and
> timber. The other type fears "other"
> humans or are hunkering down for the end of the world.
> I like Homestead Hippy, too. Peace and love, man.
> Lynn Wigglesworth
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gene GeRue" <genegerue at ruralize.com>
> To: <homestead at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Sent: Friday, November 07, 2008 9:40 AM
> Subject: [Homestead] Hippies
>> On Nov 7, 2008, at 7:28 AM, Lynn Wigglesworth wrote:
>>> An agnostic Hippy Mennonite.Wow :-) I like Mennonites; they are
>>> nice people and good neighbors. A little heavy on the religious
>>> stuff for my
>>> taste, though. I think I'll just be a Hippy (calling someone a Hippy
>>> is a
>>> worse insult than calling them a Liberal in this conservative area).
>> I think I'm a reverse hippy. Most hippies start out young and
>> idealistic, then evolve to system participants. I started very naive
>> but pretty traditional, trying to fit the system. Now I stay as far
>> away from the system as possible and am becoming more idealistic as I
>> age. Also less tolerant of fools of all manner.
>> Homestead hippy. I can live with that.
>> And you all know my drug of choice.
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