It was great, they used yoga mats and played one of those calming cds you can buy at a grocery store.
Well, that would be your inner punk. lol
Anarchy is interesting though. The idea that a society could work without guidelines, and just live. It makes me think about human nature, and if that's even possible.
Ah that's too bad. I hate it when people use others. It's one of the worst feelings ever.
well, not all anarchism is 'no rules persay. Some is just relatively personal, and putting more emphasis on free market than we already do. But in some ways, Anarchism would be pretty counter-intuitive for many countries, including this one. But it could work just fine in others(coughChinacough)
That's interesting. I'd only heard of the 'no government, no rules' version.
Oh? Why China?
i think China for the simple reason that they are industrializing themselves to death. They are the most polluted and populated country on the planet, and nearly the entire west side of the country is starving with crops that are being torn down and replaced by IT companies, with large factories and Nike monopolizing on all cheap labor.
If there were to be an anarchic uprising, then within the aftermath, it can ultimately become a farming country again, and have a relatively fair balance of industry and agriculture.
But that would never actually happen.
Yeah, but I feel like there'd be a civil war/uprising to get there.
I guess they're bound to have one anyway, because conditions are so bad there.