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What do we do now?
Omg, Hipparchia. Thanks for scaring me completely. Linked to her article, but hearing her talk is something else.Stealing this YouTube with linkage, thanks!
heya, ellroon! steal it with my blessing. like you, i'd read her words, but hearing her speak took it to a whole new dimension.
steve, i don't know. i'm going to stick my head in the sand for a few days, curl up on the sofa, draped in cats, and read a good book. but we do have to do something.
Did 1930s really have gay rights organizations, and sex education? (Yes, I'm thinking of a wizened Dr. Ruth clone, shaking a ruler at the student. Weren't you?)I'm right now reading Winston Churchill breeze through the early nineteenth century, and I've got to say that today looks a lot like England after the Napoleonic wars too. It also looks like the U.S. of a hundred years ago. People, and especially the people in charge, get bored with rebuilding a peace. History repeats, but it's not easy to see (or believe) which way it's going to fall this time.K
er, did 1930s Germany...(qudja...wouldja?)
you and paul krugman.yes, waging war is both more exciting and more urgent than peace-making. this fact alone convinces me that our openly attacking iran is probably inevitable. not that that's going to make me shut up about how stupid and wrongheaded that move would be.
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