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How Territorial Are Other Cultures?

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How Territorial Are Other Cultures?

Postby NorthAmericanguy » Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:40 pm

Here in America I'm just amazed at how much property is private, and how territorial people are with their land (much of which is STOLEN from Native Americans). Especially here in the suburbs where I live, they build no sidewalks in some areas but then have many signs all over their land indicating that it's private property and you can't trespass.

This is just another reason why I want out of America, too many areas are private, or you have to pay people to have use of something that should be open for free use to everyone.


So my question is, for you guys that have traveled is it like this overseas? Do you have free use of open land? Can you exercise on a university track and not get kicked off for not being a student there? Can you walk across a field without worry of somebody calling the cops on you?
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Postby The_Adventurer » Sat Jun 11, 2011 1:18 am

One thing I like about many Asian countries is, without need of permits or licenses, you can roll your trolly up to any street corner,set up shop and start cooking up fried rice for anyone who passes by.
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Postby NorthAmericanguy » Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:04 pm

^^ That sounds awesome.
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Postby E_Irizarry » Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:42 pm

That sounds like the hood but Chinese Shaolin style hustle! lol!
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Postby have2fly » Mon Jun 13, 2011 1:57 am

YES!!! Here we go again, another wonderful observance!

When I lived in Ukraine there was almost "no" private property because during USSR everything was "state owned", so people had access to everything. I could walk to any place in the country or take a bus/train to any part of the country, no need for a car at all. You can actually walk through any city by yourself, it may take you a whole day, but you will be able to walk - there will be sidewalks and no one driving by will think you are crazy because you are not jogging, but "walking". In the U.S. drivers honk at you and think you are a weirdo or some broke-ass drug-addict who sold his car to get crack, people are not even used to seeing people on the streets, it is nutz! It was also very depressing when I moved to the U.S. originally to see empty streets without people. It is like living in the empty world - all you see is cars and lawns, but nobody around. Also people like to be around people in Europe, it is considered a part of your life, no one in Ukraine ever told me that they dream to buy a few square miles of land, build a house and live in the middle of the country far away from all people possible. Wow, to me it is a suicide - how depressing can it be living all alone? People don't like people in the U.S., with all that disconnection, very small communication and nuclear families - people want even more loneliness. It is crazy if you ask me.
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Postby E_Irizarry » Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:14 pm

have2fly wrote:YES!!! Here we go again, another wonderful observance!

When I lived in Ukraine there was almost "no" private property because during USSR everything was "state owned", so people had access to everything. I could walk to any place in the country or take a bus/train to any part of the country, no need for a car at all. You can actually walk through any city by yourself, it may take you a whole day, but you will be able to walk - there will be sidewalks and no one driving by will think you are crazy because you are not jogging, but "walking". In the U.S. drivers honk at you and think you are a weirdo or some broke-ass drug-addict who sold his car to get crack, people are not even used to seeing people on the streets, it is nutz! It was also very depressing when I moved to the U.S. originally to see empty streets without people. It is like living in the empty world - all you see is cars and lawns, but nobody around. Also people like to be around people in Europe, it is considered a part of your life, no one in Ukraine ever told me that they dream to buy a few square miles of land, build a house and live in the middle of the country far away from all people possible. Wow, to me it is a suicide - how depressing can it be living all alone? People don't like people in the U.S., with all that disconnection, very small communication and nuclear families - people want even more loneliness. It is crazy if you ask me.


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