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Jenijen

I want to live in your co op.

badgerbag

You are welcome to! There are currently competing visions of it, with Squid demanding goats in the traditional lesbian-separatist commune style; Severin is into the fancy architecture built all of hay bales or whatever; the Acrobat wants his yurt-thing in mendocino or wherever it is to ... i dunno, his vision was always way different than mine... I don't want goats or organic vegetables, well the veggies are okay but not my focus, and dont' care about architecture much... i guess i could be persuaded to be idealistic about solar power or something. It *is* california and I *did* grow up in the 70s... but i care more about social structuring of physical space and of work, than anything else.

i am fond of a labor holiday, of knowing everyone's business and being kindly & tolerant of its variant annoyingness, of having my own stuff and own space, of borrowing and lending, of signs with instructions, and being near to trains and buses... and of having people of different ages. Like, the Stone age, and the Golden Age, and the Age of Steam.

Ms. Jane

The thought of sharing a home with a bunch of other adults and their kids gives me the willies! Like, if everyone didn't live up to your standard of clean, you'd either just have to deal with their messes or spend all your time cleaning up after them and resenting the living daylights out of them. Plus they'd probably drink the last of the oj and only leave a tiny trickle left in the jug so that they wouldn't have to make more. And eat the leftovers that you were saving especially for after work.

My utopian vision is of everybody living on the same block, with a park in the middle where people could all hang out and watch the kids play. If you didn't feel like joining in, you could just stay at home. Your neighbors would be your very favorite people.

Sounds like a slice of heaven!

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