From page 7 of What We Leave Behind--
"The next question: what happens when the shit hits the land?
If it's here, chances are good the dogs eat it. They follow me outside, heads lolling, faces grinning, tails wagging slowly. When I squat they sidle round behind me, and I have to put my hands on their shoulders to keep them from nuzzling in too close.
After I finish they move in to clean it up, just as they do with the tootsie rolls the cats leave behind.
I know this is supposed to bother me, but it doesn't."
This doesn't bother Derrick? It bothers me.
Friday, March 26, 2010
These dudes are totally connecting with their nonhuman neighbors!
This blog will be updated infrequently. Here's a blast from the past to start things off-- Derrick Jensen's interview with High Times!
Actual quote from the article: "If people need cannabis assistance to open up, to be able to hear, that's an important thing. If plants help you to listen to your nonhuman neighbors, that's fine, and that makes a lot of sense to me."
Deadheads against civilization? This is the kind of garbage Jensen comes up with when he's not jacking his ideas from greater writers like Paul Shepard.