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Chris the cop

Lance - hello from Westport, Ireland (way in the west). Since you are the last of my friends who sends postcards, I will try and send you one also.

Ken Houghton

Jim Rogers has been saying for at least 18 years that Climate Change regulation is coming, and he needs it because he needs to know what he has to do. ((I think it was in BW where he said, "I'm responsible for 1% of the air pollution in the world. Tell me what you wnat me to do." That was when he was with Cinergy, which was subsequently bought by Duke Energy, increasing his share of the pollutants in my lungs.)

At some point—probably when he went from Cinergy to Duke (more area, even worse coal technology)— he realised that he was both going to have to take the lead and in a position to do so.

Horace Cocroft

Still waiting to hear more about your friend Bob.

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