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Your ´northener´ wires are showing, but I understand why it would feel personal to you.  It´s one more nail on the neocon-lib´s coffin and I´m glad you will be spreading the word because it has reached that personal insult level.  It is only when people are touched that closely, that the heat goes up on the elites and things begin to change.

Economics has become a psychophant "science" for the elites and I think/hope the public tunes it out because they make it more complicated than it is and then contradict themselves anyway.

Turn up the heat on ´em!

P.S.  I recognize (the abandoned Gates Rubber plant and) the light rail in Denver:  I tried to budget that bugger in the early 80s, during the conception, debate and feasibility studies.  At least we were able to build a good bus infrastructure well before the locals would even consider using it.

Our knowledge has surpassed our wisdom. -Charu Saxena.

by metavision on Tue Aug 7th, 2007 at 11:46:29 AM EST
excellent catch

That is the old Gates plant in Denver.  A friend of mine spent 6 months hauling stuff out of there to ship to...wherever.  He thought he could get me in to that old building but his bud wasn't in the right booth.  So we waited until golden hour to take those shots.  If I had turned the camera around, I could have shot a spectacular sunset on the Rockies.

"Remember the I35W bridge--who needs terrorists when there are Republicans"

by techno (reply@elegant-technology.com) on Tue Aug 7th, 2007 at 12:00:42 PM EST
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