(7 hours ago)Random German Guy Wrote:(Today, 02:22 AM)Team Uzi Wrote:(Today, 01:07 AM)RiskyRob Wrote:(Yesterday, 10:22 PM)Team Uzi Wrote:(Yesterday, 10:01 PM)RiskyRob Wrote: It can be argued those are now archaic skills. Can you saddle a horse, or butcher a pig?
Hardly archaic skills. OMG.
Saddling a horse is taught to kids by their parents or summer camp.
Butchering a pig, deer, chicken or filleting a fish should be common knowledge if they want to eat.
It's crappy parents that procreate stupidity.
You're being a little hyperbolic. Can you flake stone spearheads and weave watertight baskets? Don't blame your parents because skills change over time.
Not exaggerating at all.
I'm from Michigan , we can do it all.
My stone arrowheads and bone fish hooks are awesome!
They don't call it Flint for nothing.