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    Network Record Number: 66
    This record (66) last updated: May 08, 2000
    First Name: John
    Last Name: Stonecypher
    Email: stonecypher@earthling.net
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    Address1: 1000 South Illinois, #701
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    City: Mason City
    State: IA
    Country: UNITED STATES
    ZipCode: 75755
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    7/25/97 A large part of my website is devoted to Ishmaelian thinking and Christianity. I believe there is a sustainable way to be Christian, and I am finding it and telling people about it. I have no illusions that Christianity and Quinn-ism are completely compatible, but I have greatly enjoyed the constructive dialogue thus far. I appreciate Quinn's critiques and insights.

    7/16/97 A lot of my thinking revolves around economics and ecology. I believe that an economy can enhance the humanity of people only if they have the freedom to not be a part of it. I'm sure we've all noticed how neurotic need gets in the way of healthy relationships. Quinn's thoughts on tribal economics has prompted further thinking in me. I would recommend E.F. Schumacher's SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL: ECONOMICS AS IF PEOPLE MATTERED to anyone interested in sustainable economics.

    Any other personal information/resources/advice/ideas to share?

    Of course, I always have ideas to share. I just don't think they'll fit easily into this little box.

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