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Utah man embraces simple life living in cave

There are 35 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 23, 2009, titled Utah man embraces simple life living in cave. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Daniel Suelo gets the same question, all the time. "Why?" The 48-year-old kneels in front of the desert cave he calls home, sips cedar tea from a chipped mug and explains, again, why he has intentionally lived the past nine years without using money.

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Smartass

Minneapolis, MN

#21 Nov 23, 2009
Well this story sucks becuz we would not have a next generation according to his story. OR does he have kids and not able to be Dad ?
Obvious Guy

Des Plaines, IL

#22 Nov 23, 2009
Scottish Girl wrote:
my husband wishes he could live in my cave
WAIT A MINUTE! Does that mean a "man cave" is a-

EWWWWWWWWW!!!!!
Capn Greg

United States

#23 Nov 23, 2009
phmdron wrote:
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I echo these words 100% Ive traveled all over this southwest and found many very remote places that would not require digging in a garbage can to survive if I were single and younger I would go for it (im 70 years on this planet
70? then u should have your wrinkled ass kicked for such tripe. You'd think by now after 70 years, you'd figure out that the handouts don't cut it....... Here's an idea for you to consider.... drop all your meds and go eat a cactus root.... save us all some money

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#24 Nov 23, 2009
Capn Greg wrote:
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Refrain? You're gettin soft DILF..... or do we start calling you WILF? LOL
DILF whatever you do, don't go soft! ;)

Since: Aug 07

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#25 Nov 23, 2009
DILF wrote:
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Oh man.....no comment....lol
There is so much I can make out of your statement......But I like you so I'll refrain!!.....lol
;) I made that statement just for you.....and no, I don't think bats live in there...maybe a bear, but no bats. ;)
DILF

Huntington, NY

#26 Nov 24, 2009
Scottish Girl wrote:
<quoted text>DILF whatever you do, don't go soft! ;)
I may go a little soft every now and then, but I'll never go limp!!!!

OK - Comeback #1
Your husband tried living in your cave but stopped after the second day, the constant echoes kept him awake at night......

Comeback #2 - Your husband tried living in your cave but stopped after the second day, it was too drafty and he didn't want to catch a cold.
DILF

Huntington, NY

#27 Nov 24, 2009
Man, I would swear that my Mother In Law lives in a cave sometimes........
John

Saint Paul, MN

#28 Nov 24, 2009
""We use all our energy to maintain our possessions, and it becomes an ugly cycle," he says."

Far too few people ever realize that.
Capn Greg

United States

#29 Nov 24, 2009
DILF wrote:
Man, I would swear that my Mother In Law lives in a cave sometimes........
They all do, they are old and hang upside down :-)
badgerone

Minneapolis, MN

#30 Nov 24, 2009
If the dumb a s s wants to live in a cave and eat peoples garbage who cares.He's just another lazy bum.At least he ain't on welfare.
Capn Greg

United States

#31 Nov 24, 2009
badgerone wrote:
If the dumb a s s wants to live in a cave and eat peoples garbage who cares.He's just another lazy bum.At least he ain't on welfare.
He ain't filing and paying taxes either. I'd like an application to sign up to get off that plan........ and I prefer to stay in my "cave" here that I've worked and paid for... It's nuts like these they drag out of caves and give checks to.... but in his case, he's just too stupid to know it..
John

Saint Paul, MN

#32 Nov 24, 2009
Capn Greg wrote:
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He ain't filing and paying taxes either. I'd like an application to sign up to get off that plan........
What's stopping you? If you really want to do it, unplug. If you want to live in society, you live by society's rules. That's how it works.
DILF

Huntington, NY

#33 Nov 25, 2009
Capn Greg wrote:
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They all do, they are old and hang upside down :-)
So true........lol

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#34 Nov 25, 2009
DILF wrote:
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I may go a little soft every now and then, but I'll never go limp!!!!
OK - Comeback #1
Your husband tried living in your cave but stopped after the second day, the constant echoes kept him awake at night......
Comeback #2 - Your husband tried living in your cave but stopped after the second day, it was too drafty and he didn't want to catch a cold.
I expected only the best from you DILF ;)
DILF

Huntington, NY

#35 Nov 27, 2009
Scottish Girl wrote:
<quoted text>I expected only the best from you DILF ;)
lol... I try my best!!!

...and for quality people such as yourself, it's worth it!!!!!

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