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Thomas Friedman’s Run-On Sentence of the Era

From Lloyd Alter’s Treehugger Article, Tom Friedman: Mother Nature and the Market Say “No More.”

“It must be time to buy stocks and real estate, because the New York TimesScryve Corporate Social Responsibility Rating has never been so dire. Thomas Friedman channels Jim Kunstler (some might use stronger language) when he writes the run-on sentence of the week:

We have created a system for growth that depended on our building more and more stores to sell more and more stuff made in more and more factories in China, powered by more and more coal that would cause more and more climate change but earn China more and more dollars to buy more and more U.S. T-bills so America would have more and more money to build more and more stores and sell more and more stuff that would employ more and more Chinese …

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My name is Heather Ferris. I am the founder and creator of Nurture Nature Project! I believe together we can re-imagine the future and re-create systems to support the sustainable regeneration of healthy life on our planet. Listening to your own heart and living from your inner truth is the first step to building a better world. Every person has something important to offer.

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