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Old 08-17-2013, 12:57 AM  
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:05 PM   #61
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Sure, life expectancy was lower overall back then, but you're exaggerating.

Plenty of people lived into their 80's-90's back then, particularly if they weren't living in cities... pollution was negligible, pesticides were rare, wild game free of antibiotics and hormones was daily table fare, vigorous work was the norm, the kids weren't engrossed in their goddamn phone twenty four seven...

Theres a lot to be said for that.
If life expectancy 100 years ago was around 55, and plenty of people lived into their 90s, well, do the math. People died by the millions from FLU. Let alone the many other diseases that cycled up every so often.

**** that. I'll stay here with antibiotics and air, and hot water on demand. Not to mention an indoor shitter.
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:14 PM   #62
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If life expectancy 100 years ago was around 55, and plenty of people lived into their 90s, well, do the math. People died by the millions from FLU. Let alone the many other diseases that cycled up every so often.

**** that. I'll stay here with antibiotics and air, and hot water on demand. Not to mention an indoor shitter.
But there weren't any cell phones or flat bill hats for kids to be disrespectful with.
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:25 PM   #63
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100 years ago, life expectancy was about 55, but that's skewed from the infant mortality rate. If you lived to be 18, chances were you'd make it way beyond 55. It wasn't as good as now, but it wasn't medieval.

Any of us whisked back in time to 1913 would be miserable, because we know what they didn't have, but someone from 1913 whisked forward to now would be just as miserable - the air and water are polluted, no one speaks to each other or trusts the people in charge, there's four times as many people, the food is fake and crime is ridiculous and there's always the chance that some big creepy bomb kills us all instantly. They'd go insane.
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:48 PM   #64
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If life expectancy 100 years ago was around 55, and plenty of people lived into their 90s, well, do the math. People died by the millions from FLU. Let alone the many other diseases that cycled up every so often.

**** that. I'll stay here with antibiotics and air, and hot water on demand. Not to mention an indoor shitter.
and internet porn. Don't forget the porn.
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:49 PM   #65
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100 years ago, life expectancy was about 55, but that's skewed from the infant mortality rate. If you lived to be 18, chances were you'd make it way beyond 55. It wasn't as good as now, but it wasn't medieval.

Any of us whisked back in time to 1913 would be miserable, because we know what they didn't have, but someone from 1913 whisked forward to now would be just as miserable - the air and water are polluted, no one speaks to each other or trusts the people in charge, there's four times as many people, the food is fake and crime is ridiculous and there's always the chance that some big creepy bomb kills us all instantly. They'd go insane.
Their biggest gripe would be "what do you mean my kids are going to school with ****ers and chinamen?"
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:50 PM   #66
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meh. I like my creature comforts as much as the next guy. I do sometimes wish I was born 100 years earlier. I would have loved living a farm to table lifestyle 100 years ago.

I think the biggest obstacle that our kids and grandkids face is learning how to form and foster relationships that are meaningful and deep. Phones, texting, tweets, facebook, etc. all remove what is the essence of being human, the ability to have deep and conscious relationships with each other.
I want none of that bullshit. None. I can do production. I have marketing tools, risk management options, and at the end of the day, production problems destroy my equity. 100 years ago production problems (I'm looking at you, biggest ****ing drought in over 100 years in Scott County) equal dead family. **** that bullshit. **** that bullshit in the face.

My grandad did a lot of that kind of work. Jesus **** I want nothing to do with that shit. Mechanization is good. Very good.

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Rep for you, Mr. tooge.

Couldn't agree more with all of this, if tv, air conditioning and the intranet don't exist its impossible to miss them... just living a wholesome life free of so many complications.
Yeah. No. The complications come from not being able provide for your family or not being able to treat standard infections or sickness.

Other complications come about when your horse dies. Think about that. Your horse dies. Then you're up to walking to the neighbors and try to borrow his horse to buy a new horse, of which you may or may not have any money to buy or anything to trade for said horse or waiting for somebody to come buy.

Yeah. No.
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:53 PM   #67
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If life expectancy 100 years ago was around 55, and plenty of people lived into their 90s, well, do the math. People died by the millions from FLU. Let alone the many other diseases that cycled up every so often.

**** that. I'll stay here with antibiotics and air, and hot water on demand. Not to mention an indoor shitter.
I agree with the **** that, but I think the overall life expectancy was pulled down to a large degree by higher infant mortality.
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:56 PM   #68
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I agree with the **** that, but I think the overall life expectancy was pulled down to a large degree by higher infant mortality.

That right there is some ****ing breakthrough analysis.
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I want none of that bullshit. None. I can do production. I have marketing tools, risk management options, and at the end of the day, production problems destroy my equity. 100 years ago production problems (I'm looking at you, biggest ****ing drought in over 100 years in Scott County) equal dead family. **** that bullshit. **** that bullshit in the face.

My grandad did a lot of that kind of work. Jesus **** I want nothing to do with that shit. Mechanization is good. Very good.



Yeah. No. The complications come from not being able provide for your family or not being able to treat standard infections or sickness.

Other complications come about when your horse dies. Think about that. Your horse dies. Then you're up to walking to the neighbors and try to borrow his horse to buy a new horse, of which you may or may not have any money to buy or anything to trade for said horse or waiting for somebody to come buy.

Yeah. No.
You don't have sloth genetics per chance?
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Old 08-19-2013, 10:11 PM   #70
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I want none of that bullshit. None. I can do production. I have marketing tools, risk management options, and at the end of the day, production problems destroy my equity. 100 years ago production problems (I'm looking at you, biggest ****ing drought in over 100 years in Scott County) equal dead family. **** that bullshit. **** that bullshit in the face.

My grandad did a lot of that kind of work. Jesus **** I want nothing to do with that shit. Mechanization is good. Very good.



Yeah. No. The complications come from not being able provide for your family or not being able to treat standard infections or sickness.

Other complications come about when your horse dies. Think about that. Your horse dies. Then you're up to walking to the neighbors and try to borrow his horse to buy a new horse, of which you may or may not have any money to buy or anything to trade for said horse or waiting for somebody to come buy.

Yeah. No.

Nobody said you would do as Dr Tooge suggested in a ****ing desert. I love western Kansas. But living the old ways western Ks and west would be the shit. People kept going west for a reason....
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100 years ago, life expectancy was about 55, but that's skewed from the infant mortality rate. If you lived to be 18, chances were you'd make it way beyond 55. It wasn't as good as now, but it wasn't medieval.

Any of us whisked back in time to 1913 would be miserable, because we know what they didn't have, but someone from 1913 whisked forward to now would be just as miserable - the air and water are polluted, no one speaks to each other or trusts the people in charge, there's four times as many people, the food is fake and crime is ridiculous and there's always the chance that some big creepy bomb kills us all instantly. They'd go insane.
I bet they'd blame it all on giving women the vote.
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Nobody said you would do as Dr Tooge suggested in a ****ing desert. I love western Kansas. But living the old ways western Ks and west would be the shit. People kept going west for a reason....
Too bad your shithead ancestors didn't.
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Nobody said you would do as Dr Tooge suggested in a ****ing desert. I love western Kansas. But living the old ways western Ks and west would be the shit. People kept going west for a reason....
People came here because where they were sucked worse. 100 years ago sucked. It just did.
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No trees. At all. Do have some land shark genetics though.
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