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"vaseli" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"vaseli" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Guess. Love their typical. Oh Martin Martin left Marla morally oil. Get Gone I wouldn't expect an early. I was not either now that we bought yesterday. I kept thinking okay. It's coming it's coming. It's like yeah man I thought so too so you know and I like that. We put the pressure on to get it done early. Because they know that we can get out the way and get on with his show so good to see a man people's sexy time. Let me tell you guys was gonna be on the show. Now that we've got that high the way as I'll always wait. No annoying and let this heightened not happen for two days in a row but on today show. We got to reviews. Martin did you get. They said you got the link. That's why I forgot to ask you. Did you get the link for this movie? Salem spades man they did send it and then today. I sat down to watch it right before the show said hoops. That link is expired. What because my work man I was I was all set to watch. It Will Martin. I'll tell you about it and you know what I'll tell you about it and then you can go and rebuke but yourself are might save you. Some time I'll let you feel about it and maybe you can make a decision after their mind. It'll be on Amazon this weekend right. Yeah it'd be on a couple of days. Yeah okay also. We have the movie review for my spy. Very interesting situation with film one being that we saw last year practically practically that movie's been hanging off a while they put them through some changes man and now. I read about that. Yeah Man oh I just noticed that Black Panther behind. You liked it like that. Is that new? Now it's been there well. Thank you are bigfoot? Pr Big was Gaw. Oh press relations big fudge up in here how you doing man good to see. Thank you for the sub. Scrap a six months man. We got some people really into hanging on Man. I got this. Twitch game is a tricky game his heart but appreciate you. What is this? Shell put up in here man. What does not real is it. No it can't be or you know better than I do not know better man. Look at this glass of whisky. This is almost full so I don't know anything right now but What was I going to talk to you about? I WanNa talk to you about something with. Oh I was talking about. Twitch game twits game is tricky man. You Gotta learn how to work. This thing is hard man. But you gotTa then actually. Yeah like I say man you know. Everything is all depending on a sub count. Yeah you really got to work at Man. You guys have been great with support. I'm just saying it's not easy. Not Easy but the don't feel so bad being here because with Everything happening with Kuroda people losing jobs a wonder how that would have affected. The subscriptions of we will double toasted dot com still. But I don't know I don't know it's as they could have been great. Could you know I don't know I don't know but let me see here? I want to also talk to you about something. Maybe I should say this when we get off the the show but we. I don't know how we have. This is GonNa work out with these movies and everything make nine a lot to you. Once this is done I get back out in the public real. Assume I don't trust anybody right now especially on trust in the stupid as leaders regard saying. Hey it's Ok go back to the world. I don't trust that at all. Well at least they've made it mandatory here that you gotTa wear masks when you go out. Yeah Yeah they made it mandatory. Now did you. Did you read the news? You get that message from dying I got it from Don and then I saw it in the news. I checked it so even even that data don call me. I had gone out to to trader Joe's and they had a sign out front saying you must wear mass to come in. Yeah man honestly I think we all going to get this shit at some point. There's going to be a roll of the dice. Who Lives and dies man? I don't knows yeah possibly Vaseli because who knows when when they'll have a vaccine in the meantime it'll be you know it's likely it'll be one of these things where it'll burn itself out in the summer and then come back every year. Yeah Yeah that could be that you know. I don't know what's happening but I know that things have changed a little bit. The game has changed a little bit now and I'm not ready to go back into big type public places like movie theaters. You know what I mean so the Marlins Amisi like yeah you can I call you names? I understand he's like Damn. He was a big that big of a No. No No. I'm not thinking you bitch I just know that. Yeah you like going to movie theaters but ACL comes around. You'RE GONNA be front and center. Nope own your lunch. Nearly give out every year. Never stopped you. That's regular asthma. They got disease or virus killing people. You know that that's manageable Daggett. I can go get an inhaler because I know how that is. I've had regular asthma. I had shit that complicates regular asthma. I have anything that put a knife and asthma's hand and stabbed me this you're gonNA get him. Take one of these have nothing that gave asthma. Good and put it in my head. You know no my friend. No no no because if I ain't just killing asthma playing through combining no no. I'm not going to any kind of concerts right now. I mean I'm not saying I never will now. Maybe because you look ACL. This year forget it. That ain't happening man. I doubted acl. Those that's the Austin city limits music festival. And I go that I go to that every year. Martin's right I'll go their mom. My lungs get agitated by all the dust and everything so I get asthma but as a normal case of Basma is nothing. Like don't kill me. I get my Hayler and I take a couple of puffs I'm done but this year. I doubt if ACL will happen but just in case it does. I'm not going this year now the year after if there's a vaccine in the world is back to somewhat semi normal consider going into everything movie theaters and everything. Excuse me everything like that but this right now I just do it still. I understand what's happening. We gotta get the economy back up and going so I understand. The eagerness people want to get that back out there but also. I think that a lot of people are putting that put more importance to that over actual Excuse me Damn Karani right now. Trying to actually come in in house curb this whole thing and also just pretty much put money over people's lives. I don't know how you feel about that. Yeah I mean I do think there's a lot of people who have a lot to gain by the economy get back on track and have access to excellent healthcare. Other ones push into to get things going again but But you know it eventually will have to even out or or come to a point where we will go out again. We have to go out but the way I look at it as like a look. I'm still I'm still a person could get it to. I don't know what's going to happen. It's still unpredicted. My Corona just float to the back yard. Just hang out until I go back out there and so what has to happen for you to feel safe again. I just think that there needs to be A. There's a natural progression here of how things will work out. First of all they we will bitch slap to to go back out but really go back out there. We would have to see first and foremost not a cure or anything like that but a drastic decline was gone on and more predictability was happening and then if that happens then we need to see how the people who are eager to go on public. Let Them Go. I let them be the Goddamn pigs and see what happens with that and if you know if there because those people are going to go back out and we know if if it stabilizes R&B a another surge so that'll be the test when people go back out there with they say safe we'd let those because there's going to be group that don't give a fuck and they're going to go out there and you let you let them do it and see what happens and then if that seems okay. You still give it a little watts. They are S. Don't trust it but I'll you know I'll I'm beginning to feel a little bit better and this going to be a point where there's nothing happened and you go back out and then at that point even then everybody's going to go back down. We don't know what it's GonNa come back so but this is going to be a point where I think he just. Everybody has to just kind of let let go and take a risk and go out. You know what I'm saying but I'm not going to be the first. I'm going to be the first the second wave of course. Of course yeah man Let me get you so I don't know if you just be because I mean if you WanNa go to see movies angle about a little life in fact be great. If you WANNA go out there but I you might be reviewing them and we might still be doing a whole line. You know what I mean. Yeah I hear you which is by. It'd be great to have those out there. Those move reviews. I'll be grow. Wish we could do it together but I just don't trust it right now now. I hear you okay. Let's see here. Somebody read my email when you get emails. Oh wait before you get to anything like that So I went out for my my usual. You Know Mile. Walk my dog today and I'm sitting the music I listen to you and I'm going on and it's like oh listen to radio program on. Youtube and LO and behold discover a new video by Dj Turk Dj Turk who Dj Turk. I'm sorry what are you mad at me? Dj Wait a minute. Wait a minute wait a minute. Utah Handle Mc Turk.

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"vaseli" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"vaseli" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Weather center. A high in the lower eighties today. The time is six seventeen. This evening. We thank God for the brave sons of the United Kingdom, and the United States who defeated the Nazis, and the Nazi regime and liberated millions from tyranny. The bond between our nations was forever. Sealed in that great crusade, as we honor our shared victory in heritage. We affirm the values that will unite as long into the future, freedom sovereignty, self-determination, the rule of law and reference for the rights, given to us by almighty God. That's President Trump speaking to the Queen and to those assembled of the state dinner, they held just yesterday. Tony cats. Ninety three WIBC. Good morning. The president, the first lady arriving at ten Downing Street, of course, the residents of the prime minister that is Theresa May. At least today who knows what tomorrow's gonna bring possibility? She should have already been gone, and maybe just waiting for this. I can't imagine this is going to be some intense. Kind of conversation. I think it's going to be, yes, listen. The next guy, I don't know what's going to happen best of luck to you, Donnie. And President Trump's gonna say, maybe you could have handled Brexit better. And then she's gonna say somebody wants bourbon and the president say, I don't drink, and she's going to say, that's all right. I wasn't sharing and she's going to drink the whole bottle. I have now, basically explained. The tired of the meeting is going to go part of the president's trip today. I know they talked a lot about protesters here there and everywhere. And you've got the mayor of London's d-conn saying that we shouldn't be giving the president, this kind of welcome. And he's a fascist I tell you that he's a fascist it's amazing how he was a few years ago when he wasn't mayor. And how he thought it was important that Louis Farrakhan comfort, visit the only country in the world. Tevin exclusion on minutes, far con- misfire, being two trips to Israel to Canada to a straight yet to Europe. And there's been no toll a no refusal been allowed in Africa as well wherever he's being there has been no problems his trips of being well received. There's never been any problems or hint of any, so you have a serious issue with the president of the United States coming, but no issue with the biggest anti. Semi Louis Farrakhan. Coming. You're gonna tell me that the president is a big is racist and all these things. So you're okay with some big it's coming, but not all bigots coming. Okay. You got it there. Mayor con. He is short. Presents tweet from yesterday. He's dumber. Dumber than then, then the Blasios and only half height. I'm sorry. It's just the gift that keeps on giving. No. By the way, I don't want it, yet here, it is right there in front of me. I don't want the nonsense. I just want the country to work in me to be left alone. It's all looking for in life, Stephen play, at least helping me with part of it. He's resigned from the Indianapolis city county council. Stephen clay has resigned from the council. I'm going to get back to London the second but this broke yesterday. The story at WABC dot com. This is the guy who was for a short time, president of the council because he worked at the with Republicans to get elected. This was a usurping if, if you will. So that was he stepped down back in February of two thousand eighteen a little over a year later. He has decided decided to walk away. People thought maybe it could happen. They didn't know that it was going to happen on Monday Vaseli. The president thing he had no idea that clay plan to resign. Until monday. So they're going to have a special election in district thirteen was only Democrats run is that how that works one hundred none hundred percent. Sure. When I heard that a city county councillor was resigning all. Wade. Is that Adamson resigning? This is amazing..

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"vaseli" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:49 min | 3 years ago

"vaseli" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"As we look at just where all of this is going. The White House is now saying no more cooperation enough already twenty house members starting at noon on Thursday and likely ending the late Friday night. The burden me Thursday night into the early hours of Friday, will be reading, publicly a marathon public reading of the redacted Muller report. And again, this, this is what we call. I'm sure must see TV. Right. We're talking to Matlock host of the Matlock show, his website that conservative cartel dot com. One eight six six five O jimbo's we go to David in Creston, Iowa. David good evening. On this thing. I think we probably wouldn't make a movie. Okay. Good money. Producer actors and we brought the cat for ready. So you're like, I don't know whether it be the end of the USA or goodbye USA, or whatever they weren't name or the never knew saga of the motor investigation. We give some kind of a new title. We could absolutely. It does. It does. Certainly, I think that the one thing that might might possibly be handy for oh, frankly mad one thing that I've suggested for some time now in this day and age that there must be times when C span coverage would be greatly enhanced if we had a laugh track. Because it's pretty drive our government's pretty dry, but you don't following the colors. Call here. I think there's going to be Cuffy's in Georgia looking for production value because the left is leaving there because of abortion, though, we could probably have done very cheaply in Georgia at this point. Yeah. I dare say that that's true. Let's go to Jimmy. He calls in from Bethel. Connecticut tonight on the Jim Bohannon show. Hello, Jimmy, JIMBO how you doing great. Thanks. It would seem to me that everybody income Joel going to jail now. Hardly everybody. If they did this very same thing they followed him around wrong. There was nobody went before a FIS adjudge and lied about some Republican document that, that was made up phone, a study was used as evidence to wiretap and the Obama campaign. None of that happened. Jimmy sorry. Okay. But one thing I would like to say though as far as new report goes, I'm Trump hide. I wouldn't have any problem with that. But I think there's a little problem with the law. Jimmy see the law says you're not allowed to release certain types of information. And that's, that's the problem that's standing in the president's way. Now the House Judiciary committee has placed William bar in contempt of congress for refusing to break the law on releasing that information. Cingo can be brought up on state charges because apparently, a lot of states. State charges well going after him for for what? Oh, I don't know. Wait and see what New York state does. Okay. I have no idea. I'm sure that the southern district of New York US attorney is probably still pursuing the stormy Daniels angle Matt. But again, who knows what's next? You know, I voted for Trump and I didn't vote for Trump for who he slept with. I didn't vote for Trump because he likes women. I didn't vote for Trump because he's a man I voted for Trump because he said he was going to change things he was going to make things happen. And as we look back now almost three years later, almost every promise the gentleman's made has come true. Now, there are some things about Trump at frustrate me. I think something's probably frustrate a lot of people, but you have to admit that the man has done what he said he's gonna do, and he hasn't taken the time to do it. No, he's not. That's true. He does not work for the presidential salary of four hundred grand. That's very correct. And these either done what he said he would do or he is attempt to do it and indicates he has been thwarted he was thought it'd often by congressional Democrats and regrettably on a few occasions with collusion dare. I say the word of congressional Republicans to nihil who calls in from APEC. North carolina. Hello. Nile. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. I wear to follow up in what you said. It's your introduction there about the, the Democrats namely, shifts and Nadler, basically reddening, not a good point. But with the contempt of congress, the attorney general bar to make him break the law and to me. This two parts to that. He is taking her nose to uphold the law into behave. Responsibly. Also, he can't break the law. So, but. As far as follow somebody either bar, or, or he could order the southern district Atari to arrest Nadler, and Schiff and anybody else that's suborning perjury. That's essentially, you can suborn perjury by break. You know, forcing somebody to break those, you know, somebody takes an oath of loyalty or so, say break, it, that is also, perjury as well as lying in court, though, that somebody needs to really go after that angle, I take great angle. That, that's something that is worth looking at I suppose, I, I don't know. Of course, we've already heard talk of, of mad of Vaseli, how security, maybe I don't know going up to a Pennsylvania Avenue and tried to say break into the, the Justice department headquarters may, we can have a little shootout right there between the, the house security types, and the FBI. But if. Bar is fair game. Then why not Nadler being fair game? Well, Jim, my name's Matlock, and I don't play Turney. I don't play one on TV. But I've said this for about the last year, they ought to bring fistfights back to the house floor. They ought to. Ability in respect. I mean, it is an absolute circus up there and the problem Jim is not just on the left. We've got a bunch of Republicans who are not conservative. Where is the Republican party? Backing the president where any of these lawmakers actually at the back of Donald Trump saying, you know what well on. Occasion erica. Currently, Lindsey Graham, the chair of the judiciary committee on the Senate side. Seems to be I mean there's a lack of consistency on their part grant you that. Well, the problem is is that the president is fighting himself. I mean he is out there waging battle with a Democratic Party that is hell bent on taking him down and the mullahs report and collusion. And, you know, one of your callers talked about New York in the g you know, they're looking into hotels to look into business or looking into his tax returns, they hate him because he is an outsider. And they wanna make sure that no other outsider ever again stepped into the ring and becomes president like Trump. One eight six six five O, JIMBO this. Hank in Baltimore listening to the Bohannon show tonight to evening, Hank. Yes. Thank you, Jim and Matlock. Thank you very much. Ironic that the House Democrats read word for word the mall report in house. Speaker, who not so many years ago said we have to pass this so we can find out once you're referring to a bomb occa-. Yes. That's true. Yeah. Maybe. Macaire word for word. And then we would've named what was the deal was. Now, you are really talking about a snooze fest by man. Two to funny anyway. Will if you have some thoughts on that go ahead, Matt, and they will take it would break. So what would you add to the, the public reading of the ObamaCare law? You're not go by Macaire with somewhere in the neighborhood of three or four thousand page that will take a lot more than the better part of a day that would take weeks. You've got it. Got it right. So I'll pass on that one. All right. Fair enough. Exactly. I'm gonna wait for the, the redacted redacted version..

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"vaseli" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

15:11 min | 3 years ago

"vaseli" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Join us fascinating view from the ground about what actually happens when local citizens anywhere in the world. Take back their power their voice their economic presence and decision making in their own communities. I know nobody better to hold conversation about these topics with that our guest this hour, Dr Helaine, I call her Dr Elena Norberg Hajja the doctor at all Elena. Thank you. I actually vanden my PHD Chung scale in language. The only place in the world could actually decide for my faces. And I thought it's wasted time. So call you doctor Dr Halina on everything. So the last time we were together we talked a little bit about your own experience in foreign nations who've been subject to western values in corporate capitalism. And then what happened during the course of your experience, and maybe you can kind of recap that we always have new listeners. And I think it gives us a good serve subtext to how you came at this work from such a deep involvement. Thank you. Yeah. Probably started earlier than I did last time because I realized that hard in my take on of having had the experience of living in many, different coaches and speaking many languages and Paul about was growing up in Sweden, you know, socialist country and then also living in America later on. I live in France Germany in. Australia I've traveled extensively in Mexico. Italy say, and I learned in the language in in those places I become fascinated in trying to understand different views in different cultures. And then in nine hundred seventy five I was invited to go out as part of a film team to this remote traditional high on the tobacco plateau, Coa dock and also Tibet that was part of the one that had not been Cullen is d- and this ancient traditional Kutch is really reinforced and crystallized other observations that I have particularly comparing America to Europe. But even within Europe, I had found that in more in less developed pots of of Europe, it was more family. There was more community that was more respectful farming. It was a deep connection to the land and the resources and a strong community and in the high and dusty lies places in cluding, my native clean people so cut off Belichick evade been shifted through the modern global economy that was brought in their much good intention off to the second. World War was fought in genetic way ringing in modern industrial agriculture, which you know, came from the toxic chemicals that have been used for the weapons applied in the mand. But even really well intention people became convinced. It's efficient large Mona cultural cultural production was going to make life easier genuinely progressive so they brought in a country where people were replace machinery talks chemical. And then people shoved into high rise living in ever few cities. So that started a throws his of mega been -sation and mega industrialization of cuts, and I realize that even in its heyday swayed was really a place with people cutoff lonely, and isolated and this is reinforced after I had made in agok in ancient self reliant Clinton, be Sakorn Amies coaches with people would threes, the healthiest and the happiest of any people I have ever encountered and coming back to Sweden and try to. Hey, wait a minute. What are we doing? I realize in the mid seventies already that in all all the dwellings in Stockholm in base apartments and houses one puzzles leaving a low and there was such clear signs of depression alcohol. Lissome suicide, and I was trying to say, wait initially connected life that you know, that in fact, logical research, they've found even if you have a goldfish or something of a line in you have to be happy, and the is this really clear pattern with more connected to the plums the animals to the life around them and really importantly connected to each other that much happening. Not so, yeah, I had already when I was young I reflected on the fact that in the sixties ticks in America were that the average child growing up had to move about seven times was the parents who moving to jobs for the economy that was already becoming less stable, and I compared that you know, at that time that. Probably the reason we had a bitch more community in Sweden and in Austria had studied at university and Italy insane. I found you know, Pippa had much strongly sense of identity that with much less troubled. They there was this violence was next depression list, psychological problems. I talking too long. No, no, no, no. I think to have the whole picture is is really essential. Because. You know, when we think about how fast everything is going now, and everything is connected and all the multitasking, which is really sort of a subversion of the mind. So that the mind can't do very much deep, and yes, maybe you can get things done, but they're not necessarily being done in a in a deep sense from heart and mind, but you notice, and you talk about this is that when this global corporatism comes in brings in factory or brings a new goods or brings in the TV and brings in the computer, and then brings in the values of the west that it is such a destructive effect on the local economies on the sanctity of traditions on the welfare of the people from there as you point out from their ability to grow and keep their own food. And that's really one of the things you all are working on to make sure we have sovereignty over our food. It's a thing. That's I've always cared. Most about. But the effect of this global ization is not just about making money and making products this computerized Inter-nationality while there's some beautiful things that can come from it. There's some very destructive things. We're already seeing happened to the just the general community as community. Yeah. And I would say that again, postal my perspective to lead that tobacco is one. That is very read these days in order to see them talking about people would have to back to read books and even one hundred years ago when people had an experience of an encounter deeply in an ongoing way of coachee where people not been colonized difficulties days, if you go to the sort of technical village in India, China, not most Africa, did you see type of public T you seeing people who through colored sation. Or two modern development, which is another form of enslavement through debt. Major disruptions all the time. The modern economy have to remember from the beginning has been focused on the swing. Selker lines did in the theory is comparative advantage, which really suited Bloedel trade is back in the seventies and sixteen hundred who would destroy self reliant communities and order to push them onto huge monocultures to provide for the west. You know, they grow it in cotton plantations to Kofi mining and in Europe Pygmalion, close pushed off the land to become cheap labor in the factories. So in order to really get clarity on tradition pasta. And so we really do have to go really only look at places that had not yet been enslaved in that way. So I do want to say that when you also see in those faces as I didn't have and baton and to some extent and bum or. Then the role of technology you're seeing completed from picture because once you have colonized people have thousands of people from giant cotton Ponte Shen when them technology, of course, excite Kogas, people standing bent over the whole day doing the same thing some kind of mechanical, and so you place that with machinery and everybody says, oh, yeah. That's programs. They haven't compared it with a way of producing food. If you've lied charge their land resources, they have a whole range of different activities different products. And by the way in small diversified farms years much, higher method other important, quite we should talk about. Now. What's happened is that we don't go back. Go back Ogle rapidly. Full to the localization moment, we come see so kidding white. Technology is more the problem than it is an advantage. We have to actions. That win conducive bodies date and do like, you know, farming as part of a community group doing different things every day even within the same day. They're different activities. They are finding that fall more enjoyable than sitting in front of the computer day, they're finding the bodies actually need and not only experiencing that. But there's more and more medical research. Nab it's telling us. I don't know if you've heard this saying don't do computer within twenty minutes get up every twenty minutes and move, otherwise, you, you know, you're going to be talking about a bad back about all kinds of croplands pressure also things anyway, I would argue that today waking up in a holistic way to the role of technology in the global economy. And really, you know, I will it's about waking up to the road of the global climbing. Once you sit from a healthy baseline, healthy more community deep in gauge to the natural world. More productive ways of growing food building houses, providing basic needs including medical cat. If we look at the role of technology on this from the holistic point of view, we will see that the internet has been a tool that has Vaseli strengthen global corporations that are really are decimating jobs social cohesion of environment as an accelerating rate. Using those tools we win came down to the Brussels. They seduced kid blue in the sixties and seventies wanted more community wanted more connection to the land. They told oh now so the information age new going to be able to sit in your village head all that beauty of nature have community, and you'll be to be, you know, job knitting for raw for the computer. Whether the promises of the information society had knocked worked. All around. People are general patterns, people are working hard FOSS to just stay in place. And I'm insane placing of aid mortgage have some kind of educational opportunities. So the children have some kind of health care to do that people working harder longer than Abba. So I'm really really came that we try to encourage a deep and broad look at this. And look at it from the point of view Walker me do to get what can we do when we changed to a we it's impossible for anyone imagine icon to living that my computer and more visiting my mobile phone. We have all been made dependent on these tools and have picks you said, well, you know, you just stop using those is absolutely ridiculous. We need to make use of those tools, and as you're doing self. Having rated program to start join discussion, and I hope rapidly wake up to the fact that we concept rate the Paul technology, particularly over the last thirty forty years with the cough of corporate power. Pose a big money in big science. In other words, almost all the money has gone into off favors not just giant corporations that ultimately the military industrial complex in a way that it's extremely destructive. And of no question about it. Yeah. I mean, we do have to take a break. But it's really true when we look at the and some people like to call it the corporate military industrial complex. It's rather extrordinary invasion of idea. In fact, it became an acceptable restraint in the military became the the st-. Strategy for healthcare. It's okay. Do this do that to the body? You know, thirty percent dive at the other seventy one. So it's like an acceptable risk. Let's bomb the village to save a few huts. It's same kind of sickness of domination and exploitation and ultimately ruination. The rest of the program. We're gonna look out with our guests. Helena Norberg Hodge from this wonderful organization called local futures. And you must go to their website..

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