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It’s a nice “feel good” article until you actually understand what they are saying.. yes, they live OFF of the land IF you don’t count....

All the charity they receive in $$$$ to sustain.
They use electric, internet, cars, transportation, etc that they have nothing in-charity.
The fact that production (making a profit) is not a worry-charity....

Call it what it is, tax deduction for wealthy that some people are exploiting. For you and I, a hobby that supports itself. They are only sustainable as long as charity keeps coming in.
 

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