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Re: BluePlanet.Group

Post by dargelos » Fri Dec 30, 2016 7:09 pm

Tree hugger is a term made up by the cheap newspapers (mainstream media?) intended to make anyone who cares about the environment seem pathetic. It hasnt worked i'm glad to say, now the term is used jokingly. Like the way the word faggot lost its ability to shock when we started using it in fun ourselves.
Saving animals and saving the planet are indivisible, biodiversity is part of the balance of nature, you cant have one without the other.
First time I typoed it boidiversity, must be a Freudian slip..
This is stretching the topic but it's important to consider that war dosen't just kill humans, it also kills animals, who are always innocent. Lots of the human victims are innocent too but with animals victims there is no room for doubt, they never deserve to die. Not just in the battle, for little creatures the aftermath is more dangerous. Munitions leave behind a long list of toxins, of which depleted uranium is only the worst. These get into the food chain with those at the bottom suffering first. It's a bad way to die, slow and frightening.
How to keep the environment separated from heavy issues is a question I cannot answer. By all means try and it's better to try without succeeding than not to try at all. Anyone reading this far will be wishing you all the luck there is to wish, me too.

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Post by Winston » Fri Dec 30, 2016 7:54 pm

It won't be possible to keep the bogey-man out of the discussion. But hopefully with your help, you meaning all of my friends here, we can all agree to disagree about the causes, preventions and cures for eco-disasters of our own making.

There are natural eco-disasters as well. Hurricanes, floods, droughts, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions etc. Our non-human friends suffer worse fates than ours during these natural events.

I hope the new site will be a place to share the stories of these natural and man-made disasters and the ways animals are affected. If there are rescue organizations we can list those as well with links to their donation sites etc. I know when the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010 hit the Gulf of Mexico I managed to donate $250 to the effort even though I really didn't have it to spare. I just couldn't watch the horrors and do nothing.

If we stick to the subject of helping our friends and our home planet I think it will work. If we feel the need to play some sort of 'blame game' we can do as cranston suggested and bring that discussion here.

I hope everyone gets back on an even keel and comes back to The Group to interact with friends on whatever's on our minds. I'm sorry if anyone felt too stressed but that's part of friendship too... putting up with each other's bouts of temporary insanity. I may be able to cope with it better because my mother taught us to fight as much as we want all day as long as we kiss and make up before we go to bed. That has helped me to cope with a lot of situations throughout my life.

Before Trump won we were having lively discussions. At times it felt as though I stood alone in support of Trump. It didn't always feel good but I coped with it. If Hillary had won I would have coped with that too.

The best part of it it all is hanging out with friends like you and you and you. Not being right or wrong or winning or losing. It's being with my friends.

I like The Group idea. I like having a place for something other than porn where we can say what's on our minds. I have a lot on my mind and I think everyone else does too.
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Re: BluePlanet.Group

Post by Stone » Wed Jan 18, 2017 6:01 am

I am a tree hugger and yes I have literally hugged trees.
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Re: The BlueTurtle.Group

Post by Winston » Wed Jan 18, 2017 6:51 am

It may sound weird but I talk to trees! Always have. I can't prove they hear me but I believe they do. Hell, people believe all sorts of weird stuff and call it 'religion'. I can believe trees hear me if I want to.

The latest news on BluePlanet.group is a new name for it. BlueTurtle.Group

GB has been occupied with real world issues lately so we're on hold at the moment but you are welcome to check out the web address and register if you want. I'll activate your account is you do. Once GB is free he will resume working on it for us. It shouldn't be much longer now. Maybe this weekend even.

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Re: The BlueTurtle.Group

Post by Stone » Fri Feb 10, 2017 1:21 am

How is the BlueTurtle group coming along?

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Re: The BlueTurtle.Group

Post by Winston » Fri Feb 10, 2017 5:07 am

GB has had an unavoidable delay in work on BTG but it still has a healthy heartbeat and will be launching soon.

You guys are all welcome to go ahead and join if you like. I'll activate your memberships as they come in. We can work on some of the details together over there.

https://www.blueturtle.group
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