> Why do the car manufacturers come out with new
> models every year rather than give us new classically styled T-birds
This has changed from what it was. Competition from the Japonese
changed design radically, and the minivan and utility vehicles didn't
exist that long ago. I myself haven't started my truck's engine for a
week - which isn't rare for me. (When I was in the mountains, it was
often weeks at a time - and when fruit was most plentiful - at the end
of the day I'd set my mules ahead of me and run to town behind them, up
and down the hills).
> how can we organize systems that will nurture, not exploit? Do we
> need to tear down skyscrapers and wage war against capital to change >
> things? I have a bias toward non-violence. Can we truly visualize a
peaceful > future that will be ushered in with our positive energy flow?
That, a solid plan and a lot of hard work.
> It's hard to imagine what hasn't happened before--I invite you to try.
Sounds good. It'll take a coordinated effort, and the right model
needn't begin on a grand scale.
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