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Tansy_Gold Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-25-09 04:57 PM
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10. Cities are also homes to people. Real flesh and blood people who
may once have been workers in the industries of commerce and who, with the flight of their jobs to places to which they themselves cannot go, are left behind by the gods of industy.

To see all things only through the lens of commerce, of profit, of dollars and cents and what puts more of them in YOUR pocket is the hallmark of an unrepentant corporatist, and one who has no appreciation for the non-commercial, meaning the human and/or the beautiful.

Nuff said by

Tansy Gold
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