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Comments for Peak Moment Conversations http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations Mon, 22 May 2017 21:18:26 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.3.3 Comment on 179: Fences Down! Fostering Community in an Urban Neighborhood by PHILIPS PARK ECO-CENTRE II – Implementation – Assessment | àa | perma | kulture http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=409#comment-9511 PHILIPS PARK ECO-CENTRE II – Implementation – Assessment | àa | perma | kulture Tue, 11 Jun 2013 16:15:23 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=409#comment-9511 [...] Down! Fostering Community in an Urban Neighbourhood – more info here – mmm… that’s a [...] Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

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Comment on 225: Preparing Emotionally for the Coming Chaos by Practical Tool 1 | Environmental Change-Makers http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=514#comment-9480 Practical Tool 1 | Environmental Change-Makers Sun, 21 Apr 2013 12:06:47 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=514#comment-9480 [...] “Preparing Emotionally for the Coming Chaos,” Carolyn Baker on Peak Moment TV, Episode 225 (video, 28 min.) [...] Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

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Comment on 191: The Vegetarian Myth by Vegan or Paleo or Something In Between? | Localista http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=438#comment-9288 Vegan or Paleo or Something In Between? | Localista Tue, 29 Jan 2013 18:13:15 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=438#comment-9288 [...] Scarfing down my rice and greens, I watched while the host of Peak Moment Television interviews Lierre Keith on her book, The Vegetarian Myth. Then I downloaded the book to my Kindle and have been reading it [...] Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

[…] Scarfing down my rice and greens, I watched while the host of Peak Moment Television interviews Lierre Keith on her book, The Vegetarian Myth. Then I downloaded the book to my Kindle and have been reading it […]

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Comment on 226 Inspiration Farm - Cultivating Nourishing Food and Creativity by Jhennaufer Camellia http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=517#comment-9284 Jhennaufer Camellia Tue, 29 Jan 2013 04:01:11 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=517#comment-9284 Wowww! Astonishing beauty in Brian's glass art (pieces). What foresight - life vision - he and Alexandra have had with respect to all of the different aspects of their pronouncedly creative way of living. Wishing I'd had their "inspiration" decades ago. This conversation passed much too swiftly! Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

Wowww! Astonishing beauty in Brian’s glass art (pieces). What foresight - life vision - he and Alexandra have had with respect to all of the different aspects of their pronouncedly creative way of living. Wishing I’d had their “inspiration” decades ago. This conversation passed much too swiftly!

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Comment on 194: Portland’s Neighborhood Tool Sharing Libraries by Share Your Space and Save the World: Why Cooperative Communities Thrive | StoreIt Squirrel Blog http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=447#comment-9259 Share Your Space and Save the World: Why Cooperative Communities Thrive | StoreIt Squirrel Blog Wed, 23 Jan 2013 00:26:51 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=447#comment-9259 [...] you can go to one of several “tool libraries” and borrow the tools you need for a one-time job. http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=447   Many cities have  programs in place for sharing Zipcars, bicycles—even sleeping space on [...] Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/kses.php on line 627

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[…] you can go to one of several “tool libraries” and borrow the tools you need for a one-time job. http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=447   Many cities have  programs in place for sharing Zipcars, bicycles—even sleeping space on […]

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Comment on 225: Preparing Emotionally for the Coming Chaos by Johnny http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=514#comment-9195 Johnny Mon, 07 Jan 2013 10:20:04 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=514#comment-9195 Janaia, Robyn and Carolyn, Thanks for another great show. Two comments: First, I personally find it most effective to resolve my inner angst about Peak Oil, etc. by doing "good works" like storing food and water, planting a big garden, paying down debt, reskilling, and working to form stronger ties with the people around me. I just prefer to work from the outside in. This leads to my second comment - I see different generations bringing specific strengths and weaknesses to the table. I'm a member of Gen X (age 45) and tend to be a bit of a Philistine. I just don't respond to the touchy feelly stuff. Baby Boomers tend to be more comfortable exploring the inner rhelm. Both approaches are needed as neither will do the job alone. Keep up the great work! - Johnny in San Francisco Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

Janaia, Robyn and Carolyn,

Thanks for another great show. Two comments:

First, I personally find it most effective to resolve my inner angst about Peak Oil, etc. by doing “good works” like storing food and water, planting a big garden, paying down debt, reskilling, and working to form stronger ties with the people around me. I just prefer to work from the outside in.

This leads to my second comment - I see different generations bringing specific strengths and weaknesses to the table. I’m a member of Gen X (age 45) and tend to be a bit of a Philistine. I just don’t respond to the touchy feelly stuff. Baby Boomers tend to be more comfortable exploring the inner rhelm. Both approaches are needed as neither will do the job alone.

Keep up the great work!

- Johnny in San Francisco

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Comment on 224: Dignity Village - A Community By and For the Homeless, part 2 by Jhaenerrose http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=512#comment-9191 Jhaenerrose Sat, 05 Jan 2013 05:00:56 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=512#comment-9191 I found this endlessly interesting. Alternating between near-tears and smiles throughout...sometimes both at the same time! Janaia and Robyn - your most heartwarming (and one of the most heartening?) conversation(s) to date...in my opinion. Janaia and Jon Boy were an endearing host team on behalf of Dignity Village. Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

I found this endlessly interesting. Alternating between near-tears and smiles throughout…sometimes both at the same time! Janaia and Robyn - your most heartwarming (and one of the most heartening?) conversation(s) to date…in my opinion. Janaia and Jon Boy were an endearing host team on behalf of Dignity Village.

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Comment on 225: Preparing Emotionally for the Coming Chaos by Cindy http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=514#comment-9189 Cindy Fri, 04 Jan 2013 21:25:04 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=514#comment-9189 My two favorite "collapse divas" together. You are both jewels of a resource during this time. Bravo! Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

My two favorite “collapse divas” together. You are both jewels of a resource during this time. Bravo!

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Comment on 189: Menu for the Future - Bringing Farmers to the Table by Champagne Bubbles – January 2, 2013 « Spring Creek Homesteading http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=434#comment-9181 Champagne Bubbles – January 2, 2013 « Spring Creek Homesteading Wed, 02 Jan 2013 16:17:33 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=434#comment-9181 [...] The Penns Valley Learning Garden is offering a six week discussion course called Menu for the Future, from January 31 to March 7 on six consecutive Thursdays at the Inglbean Coffeehouse in Millheim from 7  to 9 p.m. The course is offered through the North West Earth Institute and is a collection of essays by writers such as Wendell Berry,Francis Moore Lappe, Michael Pollan and many more. (This link shows what one town did to promote local sustainable food choices.) [...] Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

[…] The Penns Valley Learning Garden is offering a six week discussion course called Menu for the Future, from January 31 to March 7 on six consecutive Thursdays at the Inglbean Coffeehouse in Millheim from 7  to 9 p.m. The course is offered through the North West Earth Institute and is a collection of essays by writers such as Wendell Berry,Francis Moore Lappe, Michael Pollan and many more. (This link shows what one town did to promote local sustainable food choices.) […]

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Comment on 191: The Vegetarian Myth by D.J. Moore http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=438#comment-9180 D.J. Moore Wed, 02 Jan 2013 15:26:03 +0000 http://www.wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/?p=438#comment-9180 @Stella - Your comment: "Why it’s also strange that convinced ethical vegetarians consider ‘evidence’ of unhealthy substance that they retch when they eat meat … doh? I retch at the idea of eating insects, but apparently they’re full of amazing nutrients - & have no problem noticing that is all about my cultural conditioning, nor in imagining that it matters very little how many nutrients the insect has, even if I eat it & don’t vomit, I doubt it could supply me with much effective nutrition. " If I understand you correctly, you're repudiating statements made by vegetarians that meat isn't healthy for them to eat because they became ill after consuming flesh. You base your assertion on the fact that they were predisposed to such a gastric reaction owing to their existing bias, and thus their claim that meat is unhealthy for them to digest is rendered invalid. Well, I have been a ovo-lacto veg. for 25 years, and have enjoyed relatively good health throughout. Prior to adopting my current diet, I ate beef at least 6 times a week, and some sort of meat with almost every meal. My health was good in those years as well. In the past 20 years, I have on a number of occasions enjoyed eating a meal which, without my knowledge, had been prepared using animal-based stocks. Unable to distinguish that fact as I ate the food, I just liked what I was consuming and felt quite satisfied/content upon finishing it. Then, 30-40 minutes after dining, I would invariably experience stomach cramps and diarrhea. So, according to your own "logic" concerning specious vegetarian reasoning, if my unreserved gustatory appreciation isn't able to convince my stomach, then I must be subconsciously psychic with a half hour lag. LOL Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/lonebobcat/wordpress.peakmoment.tv/conversations/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 82

@Stella - Your comment:
“Why it’s also strange that convinced ethical vegetarians consider ‘evidence’ of unhealthy substance that they retch when they eat meat … doh? I retch at the idea of eating insects, but apparently they’re full of amazing nutrients - & have no problem noticing that is all about my cultural conditioning, nor in imagining that it matters very little how many nutrients the insect has, even if I eat it & don’t vomit, I doubt it could supply me with much effective nutrition. ”

If I understand you correctly, you’re repudiating statements made by vegetarians that meat isn’t healthy for them to eat because they became ill after consuming flesh. You base your assertion on the fact that they were predisposed to such a gastric reaction owing to their existing bias, and thus their claim that meat is unhealthy for them to digest is rendered invalid.

Well, I have been a ovo-lacto veg. for 25 years, and have enjoyed relatively good health throughout. Prior to adopting my current diet, I ate beef at least 6 times a week, and some sort of meat with almost every meal. My health was good in those years as well.
In the past 20 years, I have on a number of occasions enjoyed eating a meal which, without my knowledge, had been prepared using animal-based stocks. Unable to distinguish that fact as I ate the food, I just liked what I was consuming and felt quite satisfied/content upon finishing it. Then, 30-40 minutes after dining, I would invariably experience stomach cramps and diarrhea.

So, according to your own “logic” concerning specious vegetarian reasoning, if my unreserved gustatory appreciation isn’t able to convince my stomach, then I must be subconsciously psychic with a half hour lag.

LOL

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