Monthly Archives: February 2010

Success principles for local food cooperatives.

This post is an email I sent today to the membership of the Oklahoma Food Cooperative +++ As the 2010 Annual Meeting gets closer, let’s take a look at some of the principles that have contributed significantly to our success. … Continue reading

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A Crime Against Nature and Roll Call of Dishonor

I have just posted some pictures of the destruction of the Robinson street underpass and the rail yard of Union Station at my Energy Conservation Info website, entitled A Crime Against Nature. I am also compiling a list of the … Continue reading

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Good advice for young people.

I’m becoming a fan of Charles Hughes Smith and his Of Two Minds blog.  It may be because he agrees with me on a lot of things, or perhaps I should say, I agree with him. He is, fundamentally, an … Continue reading

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A prompt reply from the City.

I received a reply on the 19th from Dennis Clowers of the Oklahoma City Public Works department, to my email (and blog post) of February 18th.  He informed me that SE 15th would be open by Monday, and indeed it … Continue reading

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Dear Meg Salyer and Mick Cornett

Dear Ms. Salyer, Besides living in your district, I am also president of the Oklahoma Food Cooperative, which has an operations center at 1300 SW 15th, also in your district. Our membership statewide is right at 3,000, several HUNDRED of … Continue reading

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Rejoice Comrades! OKC Council Strikes Resounding Blow Against Private Property!

This is a guest editorial, our first.;), from one of my eclectic suite of acquaintances. . . I had to edit it a bit as old Iosip is sometimes too plain spoken. Today marks another victory in the long struggle to destroy the … Continue reading

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