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11/09/2004 Entry: "Hm, the future?"

"For individuals, this is now the time to start making other plans to live differently. It's the time to get out of the suburbs while you can, find a place to live in an area that can support local agriculture, and take up a practical line of work. By "suburbs" I also mean many big cities, especially ones in the Sunbelt which are virtually made out of suburbs: Phoenix, Orlando, Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas, et cetera. These places are going to become very disorderly, and some of them have no chance of local food self-sufficiency. Since local food production will be at the center of the US economy in the near future, the many activities associated with that would be a good place to seek vocational opportunities."
Let the Gloating Begin, Jim Kunstler, November 9, 2004

Geeze, and I thought I was a dystopian thinker. I'm an optimist compared to this guy.

If, and a big if at that, he's right, the water wars will finish the south west. Under this scenario, Los Angeles might survive because we're on the coast (where we can get supplies from offshore) and we're also very big and, when provoked, very mean. It's also possible that the fabric of agreements for LA's water will hold, even if it has to be defended with force. As I once said, fighting like a mutherfucker doesn't mean you have to be one.

 

 

 

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