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Re: y2k/gary north delusions



William H. Geiger III wrote:
> 
> In <[email protected]>, on 12/05/98
>    at 10:07 AM, Michael Hohensee <[email protected]> said:
> 
> >Then we're back to doing it in the open.  Less concentrated cities might
> >last a while longer, but not much longer.  There's no getting around it,
> >we *need* working sewer systems to have modern cities.  Otherwise, the
> >cities die.
> 
> And you say this as if it is a bad thing.
> 

Well it is, sorta.  I've got the misfortune to live in NYC, as do many
many many other people.  People who (like me) aren't particularly
interested in dying of disease and/or starvation.  If the "shit hits the
fan", we're in for a serious mess, in any event. :/

Michael Hohensee