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  1. redneckplanter
    October 12th, 2011 11:47 AM
    redneckplanter
    http://redneckacres.proboards.com
    tried to send as a pm but my puter here is acting wonky.
    hope you'll check us out?smiles
    i finally figgured out yer idig handle i think?
    you can seperate a turtleheart from its body?but it will continue to beat and remain strong?
  2. turtleheart
    September 21st, 2011 08:36 AM
    turtleheart
    he has crones disease, and it is unclear how much longer he has left to live. he could get an infection and die any day, or live for 10 more years.
  3. ellenr
    September 21st, 2011 08:09 AM
    ellenr
    Hi,
    guess I should have sent this as a pm:

    Hi Turtleheart,
    I remember in the thread about end.civ you said that Derrick Jensen was dying.
    What is the source for this?
    I know he has some colonic disease - either colitis or Irritable Bowel syndrome.
    Is he really in the end stage of his life? Cuz I haven't heard that.

    thanks,
    ellen
  4. beans are yyummy
    September 17th, 2011 12:19 AM
    beans are yyummy
    Hi im sue genny and I have traded and I know richard from here and other groups. Did you know there is a heirloom turle bean YEP AND i HAVE IT what do you grow . Drop me a hello if you want to chat sue
  5. chickweed
    August 12th, 2011 08:10 AM
    chickweed
    Cool! I know have some seeds from Digger friends that didn't get destroyed, for some neat things - but right now I am concentrating on my parents. Hubs is back on his feet and trying to salvage what he can in the garden. I told him not to bury everything in the compost pile with the tractor - I want to save some seeds if I can. Lol! There is a huge bowl of mixed heirloom mater varieties fermenting away - I picked them the morning DH and Mom ended up in different ERs simultaneously and they all melted down together. I found them in the screen house yesterday! I hope to have heirloom grab bag from them - everything from cherry size to slicers and every color but blue.
    BTW - my NA heritage is Algonquin - Powhatan Confederacy. I can trace my ancestry back to Matoaka (Pocahontas) on my maternal and paternal sides. Our property used to be hunting grounds and most of the woods and stream areas have been left to nature since then. (I live in Gloucester County, Va.)
  6. Ohiorganic
    August 12th, 2011 05:40 AM
    Ohiorganic
    I love how you are handling your "federal agent" stalker. Ain't Silver a piece of work. he has stalk me for years only with me it's all about organic farming (which he knows about as much about that as he does Native American history/issues).

    Just keep on ignoring him. if nothing else know you are driving Silver nutz as you have set up a strong defense against him.

    Good work
  7. turtleheart
    August 11th, 2011 09:53 PM
    turtleheart
    my federal agent stalker here on idig thinks im a woman! it must be an assumption based on sexism, because im a man and men cant act the way i do, or have respect for women and nature. maybe his insistence on dominating me in every post is due to the fact he has decided to assume my gender. to assume makes an *** of you and me.
  8. chickweed
    August 11th, 2011 09:01 PM
    chickweed
    I would love to be seed buddies, but this, unfortunately is not the time. Long story short - heat, drought, stink bugs, squash bugs, stink bugs, squash bugs, other bugs, squash bugs, husband very ill and elderly mother with broken hip - in different hospitals an hour apart, father with dementia and alz and me as primary caregiver for both parents, gone for the whole week we did get rain and open seed container in screen house and loss of 3 year seed stash to moisture and heat - 2011 garden lost...
    Can we start being seed buddies next spring when I get a handle on things - if I don't run away to a sweat lodge, instead?
  9. LoreD
    July 5th, 2011 12:12 PM
    LoreD
    Thank you for the very interesting video. Residential schools for native peoples has used in many countries around the world, including the U.S. and Australia. "Removal" policies have been used by colonial interests against native people even in places like Scotland and Ireland.

    Hispanola, New Zealand, Tazmania, India, Scotland, Ireland, Phillipines, China, U.S., Australia, Hawaii, South and Central America, Africa; the list could go on forever. The one thing that unites these tragedies is a church sponsored policy of manifest destiny.

    LoreD

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