And we are off again (see attachment).
I think it is clear that all this list is going to be is a forum for
occasional exchanges of views, talking past each other and postings that
members think may have appeal. At this point I must say I fail to see
how we are going to actually have any affect on anything.
I guess this is not unexpected. SftP's heyday was in the late 60s and
through the 70s. We started a lot of things that continue to this day.
For example, I am a member of the board of Growing Home, a new Chicago
non-profit dedicated to training homeless people organic agriculture.
Its purpose is to help them find jobs and to help poor communities in
general understand the relation between food and health. There are
several reasons this approach was picked, the main one being that the
organic food market is the fastest growing market in the midwest. Much
of this is due to the work of SftP and spin-offs such as New-ag.
In the mean time maybe Ian or someone else would like to volunteer a
story about how male homosexuality in humans and sheep is homologous and
the mechanism that led to its stabilization as a minority behavior in
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