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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimean View Post
    Farmers in our time are of great value - many people absolutely rightly do not trust supermarkets, maybe modern, ugly political formations on the body of the planet will allow farmers (small) to continue to exist.
    Yes. I think it is value as such to know where your food comes from? How fresh, clean and healthy it is? Plus it really taste much better, even as simple products as chicken eggs. Ours are "the best" ... LOL.

    I think many modern city people do not value farmers high, right? We don't know/follow the last trends or fashions same ways. And work in farms are both dirty and hard? I still have felt to be privileged as able to grown
    up among of animals. How many can go to horse riding directly from hers yard/garden? Or could have played (as a child) with baby cow?



    It still has left marks on me ... as a consumer...I prefer to buy quality products (known brands), but less often. Mainly from discount sales (saving money). Good clothes can be used much longer. I don't need to be beautiful; cheerful & cute (natural ways) are enough for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    Yes. I think it is value as such to know where your food comes from? How fresh, clean and healthy it is? Plus it really taste much better, even as simple products as chicken eggs. Ours are "the best" ... LOL.

    I think many modern city people do not value farmers high, right? We don't know/follow the last trends or fashions same ways. And work in farms are both dirty and hard? I still have felt to be privileged as able to grown
    up among of animals. How many can go to horse riding directly from hers yard/garden? Or could have played (as a child) with baby cow?

    It still has left marks on me ... as a consumer...I prefer to buy quality products (known brands), but less often. Mainly from discount sales (saving money). Good clothes can be used much longer. I don't need to be beautiful; cheerful & cute (natural ways) are enough for me.
    I agree with everything said. For example, the idea that my son will eat food of dubious quality from the supermarket is disgusting to me. Farmer products can somehow minimize the stress from this thought).

    Many people now believe that working with their hands is unworthy of their royal majesty. Everyone wants to press the buttons in the office, drink coffee and talk on the phone. Totally unfair, this is an ugly legacy from the 90s. I am glad that the society is slowly recovering from this, and the working professions are already paid no worse than the office ones.

    The practice of resettlement of rural residents to cities is the consequences of introducing an imperfect "free market" economy with the need to “fit in” with the market for all participants in this economy. The economy can not normally exist without subsidized industries, not everything should be "efficient."
    Perhaps, the second goal is also pursued here - to deprive people of their independence and autonomy, to make the population completely dependent on the state and officials.

    There is a Russian saying - "I am not rich enough to buy cheap things." The point is that it is better not to save money on yourself and close people.
    Sometimes it seems to me that you are already fully formed as a person, only erudition and control of emotions (life experience) will continue to grow. My generation has developed more slowly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zmey Gorynych View Post
    Father: Teacher for 2 years and after that Homicide Detective
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    Ah! Now I know how you managed to avoid detection by the authorities whilst you were building your fake passport empire. You had someone on the 'inside' working to protect you.

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