Re: stuff that shouldn't exist into the next century

James Veverka (
Tue, 14 Sep 1999 08:27:06 -0400 (EDT)


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How 'bout theism, theistic founded socal conservativism and the drug wars to start with....jim


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I'm writing a story for Wired magazine on items that should be discontinued in the 21st century - a "Leave It Behind" list. I'd be interested to know what people in this group believe should be abandoned
for the next millenium. Can be ideas,
institutions, countries, people,
companies, religious beliefs, assumptions, or anything else you think is so bad,
obsolete, irrelevant, dangerous or just annoying that the human race would be
better off kissing it goodbye. Please
take this opportunity to vent your
rage against the past, the present, or
the future. Thanks.

yr pal,



tim cavanaugh
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