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Lately I have fallen down the wormhole of Zero Waste and Minimalism and homesteading on the internet and I am hooked! Some of it, such as making your own laundry soap and buying second hand seems similar to the Duggar family pre-fame when they shopped at garage sales and squirreled away money. With this mindset if they gardened with all those hands they could can, raise their own meat, and grow food too which would save money. Also seems oddly "Un Duggery" to waste money on disposables if they're so obsessed with money. Plus if they are so worried about their bodies being temples why wouldn't they obsess about nutrition vs gorging on tater tots? I knew a Mormon family who was 110% essential oils and organic food in addition to modesty because of how they interpreted the Bible. And wouldn't all the liter from the disposable plates/napkins in landfills make them feel guilty about polluting God's earth? Food scraps alone for all those people would compost into a lot of top soil. And vegetables are so much cheaper than meat/tater tots too, why don't they eat more of that? So confusing!
FundieFarmer posted a topic in Quiver Full of DuggarsWell, FJ has officially reached the 20th thread...Michelle and Kelly must be fuming. Carrying on from here:
A planet has been discovered that lies within the habitable zone of its star and could potentially support life. This is interesting especially considering Jim Bob's recent spiel in the world tour episode to that street performer about our planet's position with respect to the sun being proof that God exists. Wonder what explanation he'll give for this. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/keple ... efing.html Saw this same post on failbook a while ago. The OP sounds exactly like Jim Bob. http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2011 ... sm_deb.php