> I think this exchange is becoming too heated and personal to be
I can't see anything in Mark's post that seems like a personal insult.
> I agree wholeheartedly that no one solution will solve all problems -
> as I said in my last message, a conversation about panaceas is bound
> to be a very silly conversation.
I would like to discuss the pros and cons of bioregionalism. I think
Mark's post is a good way of kicking off the discussion. What do you
think about the bioregional agenda?
> I'm disappointed that you felt you had to resort insults.
Again, I only saw disagreement, not insults.
> Maybe we can have a more interesting and worthwhile exchange sometime
> in the future.
How about now!
I think there are two important dynamics to regionalism, political and
economic. Do you favor political regionalism as well as economic
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