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Originally Posted by fallstorm
I'm pretty sure I pay several people's salaries at Barnes and Noble, and in my last bunch of books I bought a book on meditation and Thoreau's Walden and Civil Disobedience.
I can't remember the source of the quote just now, but it describes me pretty well. "Whenever I get money I buy books, then if I have anything left over I spend it on food and shelter." It's a good thing I got a job in a library.

Moving toward carfree is definitely a desire for simplicity on my part. I've given up TV, smoking, and fast food. I'm nearly vegetarian. Which means I occasionally will have some free range chicken from a nearby farmer. Going veg was more a health issue for me than an ethical one.
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