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#18056 - 02/06/01 07:39 AM Re: totally off the subject of words....
who is the source of the data
Hey, Carol, you sound interesting - is the door still open, and what floor's it on?
#18057 - 02/06/01 08:45 AM Re: totally off the subject of words....
Loc: New England, USA
Where / who is the source of the data?
I tried to find out for you but I haven't had much success ... as noted it came to me from a friend and when I inquired I learned warmer climes had beckoned for a vacation. Will try again.
#18058 - 02/06/01 09:24 AM Re: totally off the subject of words....
Loc: rego park
Its pretty old-- i saw it over ten years ago-- so some of the data might be out of date--
and i suspected it even then-- US is rich but Europe has wealth too, as do other "1st world" countries--and being a femanist--I suspect the 6 richest people (what ever their nationality) are all still male.
It was put out by one of the "green groups"-- to shame american into using less (part of the less is more philosophy)_________________________
my other obsession
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