>>(/thread/rebellion#17) I once helped some hippie friends of friends plant garlic. It was really fun, but it felt like relatively well off people larping more then something that could actually help the system of the world. Which do you think is better, to become a homesteader, or a technologist at a large research lab working on more efficient automation? Probably going into political theory is the way to make the biggest difference, but doesn't it just feel slimy and futile? Also seems like the polititions work with the world built by technologists and folk. Like maybe nice human rights are a result of efficient means of producing food and housing, more then some legal documents. I'd like to hear peoples stories of comfy hippie activities though, even if they don't really make sense as a path to a better world.
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