How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Mmmmm... agripunk reclamation...

What do you do with cities that are rapidly depopulating? Turn them into dozens of microfarms. This happens alot in cyberpunk books. And it makes sense. When companies like grocery stores (sadly enough, are there any non-corporate grocery stores left in the world?) leave a region, the people need a solution.

The best part, this is happening without a plan; it's a truly organic revival of a city; community based, not city-wide.

Raise your glasses of ale fermented from urban-wheat fields, and tip one back for the agripunk revolution.

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