[Paleopsych] saving the world--Michael
checker at panix.com
Mon Nov 14 21:01:36 UTC 2005
But how did it come to pass that "greedy psychotics" took over the
business world? It is not very helpful to fervently hope that somehow
artists and magicians will take over. Have they ever run businesses in any
quantity? More seriously, what is there about the *current* rules of
business that result in "greedy psychotics" taking over? Have the rules
changed? Has the supply of "greedy psychotics" increased? If so, why?
I urge you to always think about processes and the rules governing those
processes. But I'll wait to read what you say about them in your book.
On 2005-11-14, HowlBloom at aol.com opined [message unchanged below]:
> Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 02:31:17 EST
> From: HowlBloom at aol.com
> Reply-To: The new improved paleopsych list <paleopsych at paleopsych.org>
> To: paleopsych at paleopsych.org
> Subject: Re: [Paleopsych] saving the world--Michael
> In a message dated 11/13/2005 11:41:01 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> shovland at mindspring.com writes:
> Capitalism is clearly at a turning point, having been largely
> taken over by greedy psychotics. It's time to give more
> status to the artists and magicians in the corporate world.
> heartily agreed
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