Off grid living without internet?
Clearly we all have internet - now. I am thinking it would be advantageous to be so far "off the grid" that internet is not available. But the "grass looks greener" on the other side so often. Wondering what it was really like for those who did without internet due to off grid logistics.
This is why life sans internet looks attractive:
1) It is Big Bothers #1 surveillance weapon by a huge margin.
2) It grows ruder and dumber with each passing year. Remarkable considering how rude it was 20 years ago. The level of modern idiocy is often mind numbing. Don't try to tell me the kids are as sharp as they used to be.
3) It grows more dominated by Big Bother with each passing year. As their funding and numbers grow - so does their arrogance.
4) I don't want to be in the cross hairs if or when Versailles burns yet again.
But life without a land line phone would be a challenge. I suspect a land line would be quite expensive if carried for many miles. Especially considering they usually piggy back on power lines.
Surely we have posters who did without internet in the past ~15 years? Hopefully due to off grid living circumstance.
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