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We still have the radio though. LOL
dirtydarkness dirtydarkness 26-30, F 37 Answers Nov 28, 2012 in Hobbies

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I would read alot more.

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me too

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it would be great!! people would actually talk to one another.

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We lost power for a week once and the quiet in house was amazing. We would be more at ase I think and we would find something to do it you fear boredom

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I actually think people would either go insane and riot or they will just go about life normally. Either way more people will actually go outside for a change.

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I'd get more writing done.

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When the power went off in my neighborhood...everyone came OUTSIDE. Imagine that!

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Social skills will improve.

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Well, I'd do what I did before the internet and still do today. I'd go out in my Jeep, ride my Yamaha out in the back country, go hiking, kayaking, work on projects or just lounge outside, maybe even lounge outside in the nude.

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I would do just fine and thanks for the radio. :)

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I would have to find another way to entertain myself. I bet 9 months later there would be a mini baby boom.

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LMAO.

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Just sit and meditate

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whoa, , I grew up that way...

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I would starve as I wouldnt get paid!

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Sounds like a vacation to me

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i was homeless a while back, living in a caravan in a field,isolated miles from every where, no electric no running water. i was depressed when they found me some where to live. for the short time i was there i had never lived so much

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I've lived that way before. Especially while I was moving. <br />
I'd be gardening or doing yardwork. Pulling out puzzles or crafty things. Maybe paint or make some things with clay. Bake more. The worst part would be my son's reaction to not having TV. lol<br />
It would probably be a good thing overall.

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The only thing I use regularly on that list, is the Internet, the other things I either don't use at all, or very, very infrequently. To be honest, it wouldn't phase me, I am of an age where I spent most of my life without these things anyway, as they hadn't been invented, I survived then, I sure as hell could survive now.

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I guess we would all find other things to do and survive .. just like people did before we had all those things.

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I would probably become more productive in my life and actually achieve something! lol

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life goes on.

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