Until we challenge the entrenched values of capitalism – that the economy must always keep growing, that consumer wants must always be satisfied, that immediate gratification is imperative – we’re not going able to fix the gigantic psycho-financial-eco crisis of our times.The journey toward a sane sustainable future begins with a single step. It could all start with a personal challenge, such as this: make a vow to yourself to participate in Buy Nothing Day this year. This November 29th, go cold turkey on consumption for 24 hours … see what happens … you just might have an unexpected, emancipatory epiphany!
Buy Nothing Day is legendary for instigating this type of personal transformation … as you suddenly remember what real living is all about … you sense an upsurge of radical empowerment and feel a strange magic creeping back into your life.
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I have to say, this for $299, was very tempting. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008QVR1Q6/ref=gb1h_****_c-2_6362_22b6f172?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_t=701&pf_rd_s=center-new-2&pf_rd_r=0HAGT2VC518AVTVWJ0ZK&pf_rd_i=20&pf_rd_p=1673666362
then 40 gals. of diesel
None of it on sale
Oh,i don't know, i went to Bass Pro and got some of the 50 cal ammo cans for 10.00$ a piece brand new it was busy but no more than a weekend.The big sale for a brick of .22 was gone when i got there,but they had the boxes of winchester 333 for 16.00 1 per person i got one just cause i was there also got a new harness for the stand it was 1/2 off.So yes, i spent money to save money
and i feel friggen great..............