Chapter 2.1: The Beginning Of The Superbug Wiping Out Cattle Farms

As Amanda and I started to become gardeners to start gardening to replace this once lost dairy farm. We’re currently digging up the ground to confirm its safe to plant seeds in soil. Earlier; there are some people who disposed all of these dead cows, and bulls,–and calves. Amanda has never seen this lost farm like this before! “Wow, this is sad,” said Amanda, getting ready to plant her seeds to grow carrots. All poisonous fungi has been killed off to prevent them from spreading. However; they already planted new plants since years ago, “I can see the farmhouse that is being sold, but vegetarian gardeners really need a hand from us.” “I’m not sure what’s happened to this old cattle farm,” I said, landing Amanda on the ground. Amanda spreads her wings to keep herself balanced. “If I’m not mistaking… this is the known sign of superbugs wiping out our cattle raised for meat and dairy. I have to reject cow’s milk for a while,–until dairy is safe to consume again,” said Amanda, digging up the ground, and planting seeds in a newly dug hole. She adds compost around these seeds to enable them to grow. All of the other fairies were trying to get this cattle farm restored… they were trying to order us to stop planting, but the fairy queen always protect the vegetarian culture against the greedy meat industry.

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Night Lights In My House

One night, I was drinking tea while I was writing my book. I decided to turn off some of my lights in my house to save energy. Although, I tried experimenting on placing LED night lights everywhere in each room,–making it look like we’re in a different location.However, the lights in the basement is dimmed. I left some of the rooms in the dark. The outsides of the house always has low-power lights on at night. But the catch is; light pollution causes us not to see the stars at night. Well, this house what I had is outside the noisy city. We’re close to the farm with vegetarian gatherers who are supplying food for our community. Other people who rent homes were so upset because, of these high energy bills. Some of these villagers has tried to switch over to non-polluting energy. There were endless issues with our energy system that is causing issues with our planet, and there were lights on in some houses that are left empty. Maybe some of these homes were sold. If I get my calculations correct… these homes were seized by the tax system because, some of these people has been trading food assistance cards for cash, but tax payers in danger of having their money forwarded to sanctioned foreign countries.

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