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I vote for continuing Socio Times. I also have been greatly missing the articles that poke fun at these events. I for one have greatly enjoyed and benefited from Socionomics as well as EWFF and EWT. Much thanks for your help.
- James
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I have been very pleased and informed by your SocioTimes articles. Living out of the US I miss much of the "news" and I will really miss these timely discussions of the headlines. However I am glad some of them will be noted in the Theorist.
- E PARKER
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The fact that people make deals (obligations) and are willing to walk away from them, and then say they are only hurting "their credit" is a sign of how far we have fallen.
- mark
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