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Laughs Abound

Eleven year old Jeff Greenaway is in love and on the loose in Manhattan circa 1962.
This book will crack you up.
For adults.

Sheer antic delight” — Remsen Pilchard


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Archive | March, 2009

Under a Fluorescent Moon


     Mr. Obama heads to Europe now where official hostility is rising
against the Anglo-American method of pounding monetary sand down the
rat-holes of “non-performing” debt, bankrupt enterprise, and
bubble-levitated bonds. Our poised and charming Prez may escape…

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KunstlerCast #57: New Orleans Follow Up

Listeners React to Previous Podcasts

Released: March 26, 2009.

In this short podcast, James Howard Kunstler returns briefly to the topic of New Orleans. This time he discusses the future of the Port of New Orleans. In the second half …

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Full Commanding Denial


central casting called for a poised, straight-talking, and
capable-seeming president, it would be hard to come up with someone
better than the Barack Obama who walked and talked around the White
House grounds with Steve Croft on …

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KunstlerCast #56: Virtual Walking Tour of Paris

JHK Gives a Walking tour of Paris using Google Street View

Released: March 19, 2009.

At the suggestion of a listener caller, James Howard Kunstler gives a virtual walking tour of Paris, France using Google Street View. Google Street View …

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Side Trip

    While evermore appalling shenanigans within the AIG
corporation preoccupied the US media last week, I made a side trip to
the Republic of South Africa. The travails of that country are best
summed up in this song by the …

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KunstlerCast #55: Meaningful Work in a New Economy

Rickshaws, and Other Ways to Make a Buck

Released: March 12, 2009.

At the suggestion of a listener, James Howard Kunstler muses on the future of animal powered transportation in the future. He briefly describes the systems required to maintain …

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Forget about “Recovery”

      At the risk of confirming my critics’ dumbest charge — that I am a “doomer” — the mandate of clarity requires me to ask:
to what state of affairs do we expect to recover? If the answer is …

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KunstlerCast #54: Retooling Suburbia

Abandoned subdivisions and population decline

Released: March, 5 2009.

James Howard Kunstler explores the topic of building traditional town centers in suburbia, where town centers are typically absent. Though it may be possible to retrofit the suburbs, Kunstler doesn’t believe …

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What Next?

      Isn’t that a question, though….
      The Peak Oil story
was never about running out of oil. It was about the collapse of
complex systems in a world economy faced by the prospect of no further
oil-fueled growth. It …

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