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Know how to spot a real "warrior". Look at the [...]


Powell River, British Columbia
via The Full Circle Project
Know how to spot a real "warrior". Look at the aboriginal kid on the FC first page. Devoid of the global cabals digital traps and ruses. Here's more reasons I find cell phone users more "objectionable" than cigarette smokers:

tobacco use kids can visit with grandma and grandpa
cell phone use kids too busy with 3 inch screen to converse or play with grandpa or grandma
tobacco use users mostly respectful to non smokers
cell phone use users completely clueless and very disrespectful about offending non users
tobacco use shortened life span
cell phone use shortened life span for user and all other life forms
tobacco use addiction noticable only periodically when body needs another fix
cell phone use addiction noticable for every second of every day
tobacco use only multiple short periods during day when a cigarette is your number one priority
cell phone use number one priority for every second you are awake
tobacco use visitors to your home go outside to use
cell phone use visitors don’t really visit with you at your home, they mostly visit with other cell phone users while they are there
tobacco users go to Walking Dead movies
cell phone users look like the zombies right out of the Walking Dead movies
tobacco users check their cigarette package about twice an hour
cell phone users can’t go five minutes before checking their phone
tobacco users can sleep without having their cigarette package under their pillow
cell phone users cannot function without keeping their phone within inches of their bodies or touching 24 hours a day
tobacco users product biodegradable except for inert fibreglass filters and package foil
cell phone causes toxic environmental damage when discarded lead, nickel, beryllium, mercury, cadmium, plastic
Kortz1
I wouldn't use my cellphone as much if I could bring my laptop to work but there is too big of a risk of getting robbed. Where they can possibly take all my personal belongings.
Saturday 20 August 2016, 21:50:18
Doug
The global cabal has cleverly forced you and everybody else to operate your daily life with a cell phone. There isn't much choice for people who have to work for a living. I was around a long time before cell phones arrived. Because of that it is easier for me to spot the problem. I know full well our global village can operate very efficiently without this profoundly damaging toy. We did just fine before cell phones arrived. I myself, have no need to make the internet portable. I don't want to take it with me when I go out. I can wait for messages on my land phone, they're not going anywhere. Rationalizing the use of a cell phone for use in "an emergency" is a poor excuse. Cell phones are "the emergency"! Best now to toast the wi-fry technology and reboot. Alternately, hey should immediately hard wire the school systems everywhere. Then they should try to switch the towers and phones to a less damaging frequency or explore less damaging transmissions like with light maybe. In any case, cell phone damage to human tissue is gonna be worse than the asbestos damage discovery in the 1970's and the tobacco discoveries on health. Tobacco and asbestos damage didn't show up in your body for about 30+ years. Rampant cell phone technology has only been around for about 10 years. It's gonna be a disaster for your generation Kortz1. Hope I'm wrong. If I am I'll feel a little bit stupid. If I'm right, in about 20 to 30 years, your generation will be a little bit dead. That's just not acceptable.
Saturday 20 August 2016, 22:12:22
Kortz1
It seems as though the only solution is to knock down the cellphone towers.
Saturday 20 August 2016, 22:28:46
fourfingerz
Had cancer on my tongue - most probably from cell phone use. Choose life - ditch the phone - it's pretty poison!
Saturday 20 August 2016, 22:33:40
Doug
I know that cell phones suck and are for suckers, but that's not literal. I'm installing Ring on a latest ubuntu type install tomorrow. Messaged with Victoria earlier and it was positive.
Saturday 20 August 2016, 22:47:24
Lula
Just a btw- the boy on the homepage is the son of a shaman from the Shuar tribe in Ecuador. I choose this after much consideration as it seemed to represent WHY we need to stand as warriors to protect our young (the most vulnerable and those that will inherit the world according to our actions or lack of them. He also represents the principle of tribal traditions recognizing that we as humans DO have predators- hence we have always had a warrior class to take care of family and community. Where are most of these warriors today? At a football match, either playing with a bladder full of air or as a frenzied spectator. This boy seems to me more mature, awake and aware and ready to respond to the environment in an appropriate way. Children are our teachers in my view, and yet are among the most vulnerable due to their openness and innocence, fast being perverted. ENOUGH
Sunday 21 August 2016, 00:27:50
Lula
ps i also got permission to use this photo, in case people think we are somehow 'exploiting' the child. I think when he knows he is representing the continuum of the fearless warrior in communion with Nature he will not be unhappy. Unless we fail to respond NOW
Sunday 21 August 2016, 00:42:10
fourfingerz
Somehow I just can't put "Lula" and "exploitation" in the same sentence - except for here
Sunday 21 August 2016, 01:09:20
Sunday 21 August 2016, 14:06:25
Martin C Smith
Puff, puff... don't mean to blow smoke in your face... :*
Sunday 15 January 2017, 04:12:18
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