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End of the world as we know it

Ninety percent of the oil consumed in this country is burned by airplanes, ships, trains and automobiles. You can kiss goodbye groceries at the local big-box grocery store: Our entire system of food production and delivery depends on cheap oil. If you’re alive in a decade, it will be because you’ve figured out how to [...]

(Almost) Violence in the Streets.

Last night, while I was walking south along broadway, I saw a car coming across one of the intersections narrowly miss an older (50 or so) woman when it sped up and swerved to make a right hand turn around her in the crosswalk. she jumped back and yelled something relatively inoffensive at them. the [...]