dieselbeef":2smexbdh said:i was saying bout the concept mostly not the movie more the idea of it..
Jogeephus":1rmg6peb said:she still is environmentally conscious but she does have a better understanding of why certain things are neccessary.
Jogeephus":3pn6ctr4 said:dieselbeef":3pn6ctr4 said:i was saying bout the concept mostly not the movie more the idea of it..
I think it is naive to think we can discard all the progress made in modern agriculture and replace this with organic gardening. There are simply too many mouths to feed. I do think there will be a growing niche market created mostly by fear mongering people like this who are in it solely for the money. I think many people may think it quaint to drink milk straight from a cow (assuming they are intelligent enough to know this is where it comes from) but I'm sure anyone who has drunk bad milk will attest to the fact that we pasteurize and process milk for a reason. Don't get me wrong, I'm not against organic gardening and if you want to pay $1.00 per egg just cause its got chicken $hit on it that's fine with me, but just because you choose to do this doesn't give you the right to accuse others who produce large quantities of food of poisoning people or the environment. I counted 12 people and if I'm not mistaken didn't the fella say they were farming 3 acres? I'm sorry but 3 acres is barely a hill of beans when you look at the scope of the demand for food. Around here, one man will plant this many acres in less than an hours time. Modern agriculture puts fresh foods at your fingertips 365 days a year. I seriously doubt organic agriculture can, or will ever be able to say this. These folks should be thankful for what the farmers and ranchers do and not knock them. But I guess it all goes back to the almighty dollar. Cause without critism and fear mongering, why on earth would someone pay $1.00 for an egg? Especially one with $hit on it! It just ain't right. It ain't natural. Oops, but I guess it is. ;-) :lol2: