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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 | August, 2011

Katrina in Vermont

Note to readers: I’ll run an update at the bottom of this blog over the next few days.
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      The same creeping nausea that followed the CNN ‘all clear’ sign in New Orleans six …
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KunstlerCast #170: The End of Growth – Part 1

JHK Speaks to Richard Heinberg

Released: Aug. 25, 2011

In part one of this one-hour conversation, Richard Heinberg, author of Peak Everything, The Party’s Over and the newly published The End of Growth joins James Howard Kunstler by phone …

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History is Not Your Therapist

     I suppose we’ll know in a few hours whether Colonel Muammar Gaddafi gets hung out to dry, Mussolini-style, from a lamp-post, or is mercifully handed a one way ticket to Palookaville, a.k.a. The Hague, where old despots go

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KunstlerCast #169: Will TLE Put an End to Spontaneous Behavior?

Car Dependency and the American National Character

Released: Aug. 18, 2011

A listener asks if American’s cherished value of spontaneity is inextricably bound to car dependency. JHK shares his thoughts on the American National Character and how it may change …

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High Corn

     Looking every inch the Assistant Manager of a J.C. Penny, Rick Perry of Texas stepped on-board the touring evangelical freak show that the Republican pre-primary parade has turned into. I like to think of him as George W.

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KunstlerCast#168: The Downgrading of America

The Long Emergency Unfolds

Released: Aug. 11, 2011

JHK updates us on the recent credit downgrading of America as it relates to the unfolding Long Emergency. At the end of the show we play a song based on The Long …

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Change You Don’t Have to Believe In

     A waterfall of woe broke over all the realms of money last week – including especially the realm where we determine just what money is supposed to mean – and a lot of folks barely made it to

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August 2011

Maybe more like what-the-fuck? of the month. How crazy are we here in America? Perhaps the "Landscape Urbanists" of the Harvard GSD are behind this exercise in environmental heroism.

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KunstlerCast#167: Picturing Suburbia – Rebroadcast

Painting the landscape of our time

Released: Aug. 4, 2011 (Originally April 24, 2008).

Paintings by James Howard KunstlerIn this rebroadcast of one of our very first podcasts, we revisit JHK’s adventures in landscape paiting. JHK’s paintings are currently hanging in two group exhibitions …

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Jhk On “Cities Of The Future” – Article In Orion Magazine Summer Issue

Jhk On “Cities Of The Future” – Article In Orion Magazine Summer Issue

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Weimar Meets Waterloo

The Sunday night news, scant as it is these days despite the grotesque exertions of over a thousand cable TV stations, showed the old familiar faces lit up with crocodile smiles. The Republic was saved, surprise, surprise, by a last-minute

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