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2007.02.14

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Peg Schuler-Armstrong

I didn't know you read Kunstler. Scott and I heard him speak at a conference two years ago. A very nice man, but his lecture scared the bejeebus out of me. I started learning as a result, though. I have to admit I don't read him regularly any more because I think about this all the time, and it's getting to be not healthy for me. But I don't want to be an ostrich about it, so instead I do the best I can, where I am, with what I have. (Who said that first?) But you know, someone's got to prophesy, and he's the man.

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