Existence and Life. Instance: Home and Housing (Dwelling).

I really cant respond except by saying that every man’s home is his castle, and I am one of many.

I would not say “that every man’s home is his castle”, but I have always really been satisfied with my home in the whole.

In winter:

That kinda looks like my old primary school.

I think it was haunted, but it was definitely creepy.

Castle is a terrible idea…LMAO…big, cold, full of rodents, pretentious, far away from the society…might as well live in a tree on a mountain and speak to birds

Maybe it should be something between a hull (bubble), a cave, a cottage, a simple but economic, for instance neolithic house (?).

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i like very big cities with good public transport and clean roads. i like to go hike or drive a bike and be alone but its not normal to overdo it and a healthy person below 70 should live as an active actor in a community on daily basis and cities accommodate that plus they lend to minimalistic and efficient living that I think is good. also cave living is a bit cliché since caves are actually not as common as it seems so most of these nomadic humans just erected primitive kind of shelters wherever they set, often up on trees or somewhere. that period is also a period when females actually held a societal role that was superior to males too, just as an interesting fact to add since there are a lot of autistic goof idiots who think males just ruled supreme historically or that societal shifts of power favouring one or the other sex must be a work of some evil, conspiratorial agent and have never occurred historically are a thing, which is false in both instances.

Skyscrapers?

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otto = arminius?

there is a threshold past which its impossible to maintain local estate communities. what you build depends on the country, a totalitarian country like China can build giant skyscrapers for its people because its already in the chains of ruling bureaucracy so the aspect of independent and connected communities needed for any well-functioning democratic and free republic is not a concern. though, obviously, communal communities is only one of the possible forms of voluntary and independent social communities and it isn’t strictly necessary for a free and democratic state and it might be needed to have it replaced to something more efficient on a larger scale to be able to house people in a way that makes possible movement and development of a modern and well functioning mega-city… I don’t know, most likely it will be, maybe not. Generally, if you want to know what future will look like, roughly, look to Asia but, obviously, anything is possible as shown by the sudden and completely unanticipated awakening of Islam that slept for few hundred years and recently awoke and…nobody really even knows why so the same thing could happen in either direction, be it an awakening of Christianity in the West, a shift toward totalitarianism or whatever but the most likely scenario seems to be some some kind of wealthier and botched copy of Latin America(Brazil, Argentina, excluding all the banana republics) for USA and some kind of less organised, efficient and relatively more democratic version of Asia for Europe.

Freedom will hold out the longest in Europe because of its deep history and nationalistic profile. America has a very shallow identity as soon as you remove Europe as a civilizational origin and nucleus, so does Latin America which is a bunch of pagan shamans, with their Mexican magic and sugar-skulls, and man-eaters eating bananas and fucking about without what the Spaniards left behind so these places are proving easier to subjugate centrally and unify.
I am sorry if I upset any native Latin Americans or natives!!!your culture is really a mix of ours and yours and could be developed, but your native cultures and paganistic religions are obviously inferior and savage, thats all I meant, not meaning to insult anybody reading this and I welcome anybody who could prove me wrong!!!

Do you mean the Cheruscan Arminius, who defeated the Romans in 9 AD? This guy has been dead for more than 2000 years.

So I guess you mean a different one. I’ve researched and found this one. Do you mean him?

Except, Castle Dracula is around there.

Maybe you should prefer a middle-class house?

i am not a middle class person,i’d never fuck somebody elses wife(because of the harm and suffering to children, parents, family etc., its an evil thing to do) or go for beers and talk about hair loss and finasteride or joe rogans podcast or some other braindead shit like that with accountants and car salesman(not because there is something wrong with it but because i just dont care about it at all)…i also slap strangers in the face if they disrespect and ridicule me in front of others me right away and i dont tolerate or hide-away from jag-off behaviour in my own social circles so i need a kind of surrounding that does not require me to socialise into neighbours too much.

Rather a house of the lower class?

does not matter…as long as i am with my family, my local countrymen, my country in general, my civilisation, my race i can live in a tent. people who obsess over things like weather, seasons, temperatures, parts of town, fauna, sun hours and so on are empty inside.

Let me remind You Ofto, & Polish Youth, the deal is this: memory even in spurts is ever so important.

In the 18th century, the palace of Versailles syank of piss and shit, because until Marie Antoniette there were no bidets or toilette.

The stink overcame the aristocrats, who had to spray a-toilette on themselves to bear it.

That did mot mean a lack of exquisite taste it spendour, only everybody did their thing wherever they could go.

So high class and taste do not and did not always correspond.

Wiki;

This is Versailles

The Lack of Toilets
There were hardly any toilets at Versailles and with a court counting several thousand people it turned out to be more than a little problem. The servants, the commoners who came to look at their monarch even the aristocrats would occasionally relieve themselves in corners and courtyards though this was not as often as has later been implied. Visitors - including Horace Walpole - complained about the awful smell that hung over everything; even the gardens were not free for the hideous odour. Thanks to the many reports of ambassadors and foreign visitors the splendid palace became known as one of the filthiest in the world - not exactly what had been expected. The problem became so acute that Louis XIV put a new rule in place according to which the hallways were to be cleansed for faeces (if there was any) and dirt once every week. Also, many of the King’s beloved orange trees were put into vases inside the palace in an attempt to mask the smells.

However, there were other alternatives since - after all - relieving yourself in a corner was far from being socially approved. During the many parties held at Versailles it was not uncommon for the guests to bribe the servants of the courtiers to let them use their masters’ chamberpots and if this was not possible there were “commodes” where the toilets are currently located. So at least something was done about it but as you say no smoke without fire!

The Queen’s toilet
Courtiers who lived at Versailles would often have their own “commode” which was a seat with a chamber pot underneath; it was brought when needed and then taken away when you were done. It is estimated that there were 300 of these at Versailles but it was not near enough. Th ruthlessly honest Duc de Saint-Simon once said of the Princesse d’Harcourt that she would often urinate while walking making her hated by the many servants who had to clean up after her. It was even said of Louis XIV himself would go to the toilet while driving a carriage! When at Fontainebleau the courtiers would normally hold their water until dusk at which time they would rush to the lawns and simply do their business then and there.
No one thought of training the many pet dogs of the courts to go outside so occasionally these would urinate indoors to the embarrassment of their owners. Consequently, the animals would contribute as well to the “delicious” smells everywhere.

Just like in the city servants threw out waste from night pots into the inner courtyards; a story goes that once the Dauphine Marie Antoinette and her sister-in-law the Comtesse de Provence were headed for the apartments of Madame Victoire when they stopped at an inner courtyard for a moment. Just at that time a servant threw out such a night pot out the window nearly hitting the two princesses - some might think that it was done on purpose considering that the window belonged to Madame du Barry! The only people who had actual toilets were the King, the Queen and the Dauphin and these were not installed until 1768. It seems strange though that iron pipes could be dug to provide water for the fountains in the gardens but not to carry away waste…
Louise Boisen Schmidt at 14:39

A few years ago my wife and I visited Versailles and I asked the question 'where were the toilets in the days of Louis XIV. The well informed guide said she had no idea but guessed that people just did whatever was necessary in a corner of room! Or ducked through a hidden doorway.

In 1613 Andre Le Notre created a network of reservoirs and canals stretching for 18 1/2 miles outside the chateau. A massive pumping machine thought to be the 8th wonder of the world brought water from the Seine River. Soooooo if they didn’t have toilets… something way worse than the smell was going on.

Just like in the city servants threw out waste from night pots into the inner courtyards; a story goes that once the Dauphine Marie Antoinette and her sister-in-law the Comtesse de Provence were headed for the apartments of Madame Victoire when they stopped at an inner courtyard for a moment. Just at that time a servant threw out such a night pot out the window nearly hitting the two princesses - some might think that it was done on purpose considering that the window belonged to Madame du Barry! The only people who had actual toilets were the King, the Queen and the Dauphin and these were not installed until 1768. It seems strange though that iron pipes could be dug to provide water for the fountains in the gardens but not to carry away waste… wayfair coupon 20% entire purchase

One has to distinguish between honest Marxian sense and Leninist-Marxist or any other dishonest term like Charles Murrays and other libertarian kooks ideas of class. In Marxs analysis, class simply refers to the control of modes of production the person has and excludes and quasi-moral or superior/inferior ranking…In Leninist-Marxist terms the class is built into a religious term and in the modern, American sense it is a mishmash of moral rank, prestige rank and so many terms and concepts(as is usual in the modern American anarchy) that I can’t be bothered to write them out. What this woman referred to is class in a prestigious and stuck-up sense of a middle-class hen like MagsJ who thinks material possessions perfectly correlate with quality of life and a broader quality on an individual so if one is poor or works a manual job he is ‘worse’ and if he lives in a castle then he is ‘better’(heavily deluded).

They could not do “their thing” there. Everyone had a task, a post of service. These servants were adorned with titles of nobility. Everyone was proud to be some servant of the king. Only the king could do his thing.

Those servants were mostly from the lower nobility. In fact, the lower nobility was completely impoverished. Everyone from this lower nobility was happy to have an artificially ennobled servant position with the king and was proud of it. That was absolutely decadent.

At that time, the nobles did not wash themselves. The whole hygiene was pathetic. That’s why it stank so bestially and disgustingly there.

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