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Re: y2k/gary north delusions



At 10:10 AM -0500 12/5/98, William H. Geiger III wrote:
>In <[email protected]>, on 12/05/98
>   at 10:07 AM, Michal 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.

	When the cities start dying, their population--hungry and
diseased--is heading your way. Some of them armed. Some ex-soldiers, some
ex-cops.

	You may be badder than most of them, but are you good enough to
kill them all?
--
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jumble of economic irrationality and ignorance. It is a product: (a) of a
gross misinterpretation of history, and (b) of rather na´ve, and certainly
unrealistic, economic theories." Alan Greenspan, "Anti-trust"
http://www.ecosystems.net/mgering/antitrust.html

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