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What is ANARCHO-PRIMITIVISM? What doe ANARCHO-PRIMITIVISM mean?

What is ANARCHO-PRIMITIVISM? What doe ANARCHO-PRIMITIVISM mean?26 Jul. 2016
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What is ANARCHO-PRIMITIVISM? What doe ANARCHO-PRIMITIVISM mean?

Anarcho-primitivism is an anarchist critique of the origins and progress of civilization.

According to anarcho-primitivism, the shift from hunter-gatherer to agricultural subsistence gave rise to social stratification, coercion, alienation, and population growth.

Anarcho-primitivists advocate a return to non-"civilized" ways of life through deindustrialization, abolition of the division of labor or specialization, and abandonment of large-scale organization technologies.

Many traditional anarchists reject the critique of civilization while some, such as Wolfi Landstreicher, endorse the critique but do not consider themselves anarcho-primitivists.

Anarcho-primitivists are often distinguished by their focus on the praxis of achieving a feral state of being through "rewilding".

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Grumpy

It's a delusional ideology, but thank you for the explanation.

Auuvs FW

ima save you 1 minute:
they want the hunter-gather way of life back and to destroy technology

What is GRIGGSTOWN COW? What does GRIGGSTOWN COW mean? GRIGGSTOWN COW meaning & explanation

What is GRIGGSTOWN COW? What does GRIGGSTOWN COW mean? GRIGGSTOWN COW meaning & explanation6 Feb. 2018
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What is GRIGGSTOWN COW? What does GRIGGSTOWN COW mean? GRIGGSTOWN COW meaning - GRIGGSTOWN COW definition - GRIGGSTOWN COW explanation.

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The Griggstown Cow was a "ghost cow" that was reported to inhabit the Millstone River floodplain and the Griggstown Lock of the Delaware and Raritan Canal in Griggstown, in central New Jersey. It was originally thought to be an urban legend but in November 2002 was discovered to be a living black and white bull that had been roaming in an area where cattle are not normally found.

For thirty years there had been a legend of a "ghost cow" that wandered the areas around the Millstone River floodplain and Griggstown. The cow was seen many times but only on foggy nights or other times of poor visibility, and many tales were told by local hunters and hikers along the canal path. No spoor or tracks were ever found. Some fuzzy photographs were even taken, but they were all inconclusive. At the time area was mostly suburban homes and open fields, and the canal was now a state park and walking trail so reports of a lone feral cow wandering a suburban park for decades were greeted with suspicion by local authorities. The cow became known as a sort of "Loch Ness Monster" of New Jersey and believed to be a myth, much like the Jersey Devil.

This changed on November 23, 2002 when a New Jersey Water Authority employee phoned the D&R canal park office and reported that he had not only seen the Griggstown Cow, but that it was lying in a ravine not far from the canal. Employees of Griggstown fire department, the State Park, and the New Jersey Fish and Wildlife service were dispatched, and to their surprise found a very old, weather-beaten bull that met the description of the "ghost cow".

The bull had fallen into the ditch and was either too old or too arthritic to get out. There had been no dairy farms in the area for decades, and no one had reported any missing livestock. The only answer was that this bull had been living in the floodplain all this time, since the days when this was a dairy farming area, foraging for food and avoiding human contact for three decades.

Efforts were made to extract the bovine, and rescuers managed to hoist the bull onto level ground. Unfortunately, the animal was extremely weak. Video and photographs were taken. A local veterinarian determined he was in poor health and nothing could be done, and it was decided to euthanize the animal.

The "Ghost cow of Griggstown" was buried not far from the Griggstown lock, near his home and is still a part of New Jersey folklore.

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What is CAR HAWKING? What does CAR HAWKING mean? CAR HAWKING meaning, definition & explanation

What is CAR HAWKING? What does CAR HAWKING mean? CAR HAWKING meaning, definition & explanation20 Dec. 2016
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Car hawking, or drive-by falconry is a modern falconry technique which relies upon the use of a motor car or other motor vehicle as a base from which to hunt wild quarry species with a trained raptor.

Typically, the falconer will drive around in a car, seeking suitable small game in the immediate vicinity of the road. Once an appropriate target has been selected, the raptor is then slipped from the window of the moving vehicle as it passes by in order that it might engage with its prey.

Car hawking provides an advantage over more traditional methods of falconry in that the hawk is already moving at a considerable speed, with added momentum upon exiting the vehicle and as the car acts as cover, it has an enormous element of surprise over the quarry, giving it little or no time to react and potentially escape. Numerous videos exist on the internet of people successfully utilizing this method, flying Harris hawks and goshawks against feral pigeons and corvids in both urban and rural areas.

Legality of this practice varies by location and protected status of the quarry and some falconers consider car hawking to be extremely unsporting.[1]

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