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Old 04-05-2015, 19:56   #31
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Re: Living in the wild

I was giggling out loud by the end of this string.
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Its quite funny as my User CP page has this thread followed immeadiately by "Or die trying..
Gotta laugh..
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Re: Living in the wild

Interesting idea. Probably not at all a legal possibility, but interesting none-the-less. I'm a bit of an islomaniac myself and wrote about a few uninhabited islands that you could potentially sail to in this post. A few examples are:

Henderson Island (Pacific Ocean) - There's history here with a visit by the whaleship Essex in the early 1800's and close Bounty neighbors on nearby Pitcairn.

Bouvet Island (Atlantic Ocean) - Not at all tropical, but you'll definitely have isolation and "wild" times.

You might also consider Jon Fisher's book called Uninhabited Ocean Islands. It's a bit dated, but is still a fun and quick read for someone dreaming of their own island.
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I'm still trying to figure out tribe?
Back in my day we called them Communes
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I think it is testament to the civility and good nature of this forum that this post was taken so seriously. No, no there is no tropical island that you can take over based on marital art skills.

But you can certainly try..
Captain, I think you are mistaken. History is full of examples where both men and women have married into wealth and power and come into possesion of entire countries. Marital art skills really exist, although in my particular case not so much....

Oh wait. I think you meant martial art skills. Never mind.
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