I do not know how to answer this question better – but it is the question that keeps me up at night. I don’t care if it rains or freezes long as I got my plastic Jesus. It is a simple truth that when it comes to the weather, we are a slave to our environment. We are a slave to our surroundings and that will determine our future, whether it is rain or snow or a tornado or just a slow down.
At any given time that is.
I remember my father telling me that I was a slave to the environment when I was a kid. It was true and I have since grown up to be quite a bit more aware of that truth. At the same time I am not really sure what I think it means. I guess I just think that as a slave to our environment, we are limited in our actions because we are bound by our environment.
The world is full of people and things that affect us (but not the way we think) and that is why we can’t control our environment. At the same time, we are bound by our environment so we can’t control our environment either. Like we have to wear a hat because the wind blows our hair. But now it is winter and we are bound by the weather, so we can’t do that either.
Like we have to wear a hat because the wind blows our hair. But now it is winter and we are bound by the weather, so we cant do that either. It is like we have to ride in an automobile because the wind makes it hard to move.
For those of you who think a car is better than a bicycle, think again. A car is bound by its environment, so it can only be driven when the weather is right, but it’s not bound by its environment. A bicycle is not bound by its environment, so it can only be ridden when the weather is right, but it’s not bound by its environment.
The concept of a bicycle that is bound by its environment is called an “environmental design.” It was created to make sure bicycles were safe to ride in, but they are not bound by their environment. This is not to say that vehicles that are driven by gas or electricity are out of bounds, but that, with that comes a lot more risk. We are all bound by our environment, and we all suffer the consequences of that.
For instance, imagine that you had a car that could only be driven in certain areas. The road was a one kilometer stretch of asphalt, and every vehicle had to pass by a red light every four minutes. If you were to drive it through the red light in one of these areas, it would likely kill you. The car’s environmental design would have to change to make sure it didn’t kill you.
This is like the same problem that a lot of the big, big brands of outdoor goods deal with: they are always looking to get consumers to spend more money for more product. While the more expensive the better, if the consumer does not like what they’re buying, they are stuck with the less expensive option.
Yeah, I’m sure it’s great for the industry that it’s always the same solution. But its just a bad idea if you’re the government. How can you be sure a country you are trying to protect is the only place that can produce/sell/use/etc. a specific item? If you can’t be sure, then you don’t want them to be the one to make it.