[ RadSafe ] Re: [riskanal] Wired 14.06: Don't Try This at Home

Syd H. Levine wireline at mindspring.com
Mon Jun 5 12:00:21 CDT 2006

And don't forget HUAC and McCarthy.  They ruined quite a few folks' decade 
or two.

Nevertheless, many of us long for the days when technology was laudable and 
promised to make the world a better place.  Now it is evil, and is 
demonified by even some government agencies.

Syd H. Levine
AnaLog Services, Inc.
Phone:  (270) 276-5671
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Susan Gawarecki" <loc at icx.net>
To: "RADSAFE" <radsafe at radlab.nl>
Sent: Monday, June 05, 2006 11:25 AM
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Re: [riskanal] Wired 14.06: Don't Try This at Home

> That was a "golden age" unless you were a black person, or a women with 
> professional aspirations.
> Susan Gawarecki
> Maury&Dog wrote:
>>It seems no longer possible merely to favor or just to oppose an idea or 
>>person. I believe that the US experienced a sort of golden age from about 
>>1945 until about 1960. Science, education, technology, personal liberty, 
>>personal responsibility, personal judgment, and yes, personal and national 
>>dreams all thrived.  Many people genuinely loved, hated, and respected 
>>each other even as they vigorously opposed each others' viewpoints.  A few 
>>politicians actually were statesmen. In the '60s and through the Viet Nam 
>>conflict, we lost our way.
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