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Double the Permalinks so far today and the thread is in the toilet, I love it.

My current favorite house design is a 20-230' dome with a connecting hallway to an octagon bathhouse, that includes the service entrance.

The Amish are closely related to the Mennonites, who are more plentiful around here. They aren't against technology, they just have a thorough vetting process. It's local so results vary. See the Black-bumper Amish.

It's the fastest growing religion.
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=growth+of+amish+people
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How Long Until We're All Amish? - In a State of ... - Medium
https://medium.com/migration-issues/...sh-268e3d0de87
Feb 8, 2018Exponential growth is a powerful thing, but the Amish are starting from a very low base. But even so, Amish fertility offers some fascinating insights.

List of U.S. states by Amish population - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org<br /> /wiki...ish_population
List of U.S. states by Amish population. Then comes the Amish settlement in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The Amish population in the U.S. numbers more than 270,000 and is growing rapidly, due to large family size (seven children on average) and a church-member retention rate of approximately 80%.".

Why the Amish Population Is Exploding - CityLab
https://www.citylab.com/equity/2012/...n-bubble/2795/
Aug 1, 2012There are nearly 251,000 Amish people in America and Canada, according to Ohio State University researchers. That's more than double the estimated population in 1989 of about 100,000.
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