Lowther, David W
dlowther at ou.edu
Fri Dec 14 11:16:14 EST 2001
I find this a bit of a strange place to make my first post to this list...
I subscribed to this list after meeting Nick Routledge in OKC on his jaunt
across the nation. Any of you that have met Nick or enjoyed reading his
animated, uplifting, and positive posts can understand why my hopes for this
list were high.
I was motivated to get learning about permaculture because (exactly as you
mention Steve) it seems to be about building / understanding / fostering
relationships. Permaculture seemed to be an area that would inevitably cross
into human relationships. My thoughts were that human relationships could be
better understood or managed in one's life by couching an understanding of
these relationships in terms of permaculture (or its pieces). Don't we all
have guilds, optimum conditions? Don't we all grow best in the right
So. How does this relate to this UnPermaculture thread? Not sure. But maybe
a discussion of what we hope to get from this list (positives) would help to
put things back on track (if they are off)?
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
From: Steve Bonney [mailto:sustainableearth.steve at verizon.net]
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 9:45 AM
Never have I seen one person destroy the purpose,
rhythm, conviviality and collegiality of a list as much as
you have done. Even your attempt to get on the
permaculture track (e.g. listmember's ecologies) has
turned into the same contentious argument. In fact,
you have managed to turn every thread into the same
argument. Of course, this post will initiate yet another.
Permaculture is about relationships, yet your combative
style (attack of every point, condescension, and need for
the last word) destroys rather than builds relationships.
>do we need to worry yet regarding the
> volume of bandwidth we're consuming?
I can't possibly keep up with the volume and length of all
this mental masturbation. Follow your own advice and take
it somewhere else. If not, I will.
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