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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-04-11 10:44 PM
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16. Why is running water indoors a safety issue? It did not exist in many homes
less than 100 years ago.


Many homes today, even on windy ole Cape Cod, where everyone coveted wind farms, and hurricanes hit like nobody's business, don't have foundations, even as we type.

So, those issues are makeweight, when it comes to a very basic shelter.

Teepees had open flames for heat. It may not be the safest, but what do you suggest for an occupying group outdoors in winter? It is not as though the cities are being humane about accomodating them, or most of the left is doing a lost for them, besides "helpful" criticism.
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