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Friday, May 28, 2004

Quick Hits of Torpor

Rick Salutin: "...the failure of market solutions in areas like health and schooling has made government action seem necessary and potentially noble.

Did I miss something, or have we not ever even tried "market solutions" in "areas like health and schooling" in this country?

I Swear I Am Not Making This Up Dept.: "We need to go back to the values of the 1960s: love and peace, that's all there is, man!" (Pierre Fortin, Professor of economics, University of Quebec, Montreal in the Toronto Star)

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Groovy baby! I loved the 60's! Living free, no responsibilities, no job, just hanging out, rapping with my friends. It was all love, all peace, all the time. Of course, I had to take naps in the afternoon, and I couldn't really get around on my own too well - stupid bunchy diapers.

Posted by: alan | 2004-05-28 6:30:52 AM



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