the nature of reality

m. werneburg, 2000

I am very wise. I mean I must be, I have a website! And that's how it works, right?

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rand()m quote

(In which I leave the final word to someone else.)

I feel fortunate that I enjoyed the blandishments of modernity. I had hip replacement and root canal. I was able to travel on airplanes. I was able to take cheap food for granted. I went to the movies. I enjoyed rock 'n' roll. And now I'm ready to move on.

-James Howard Kunstler

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