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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on November 23, 2002 at 08:48:04:

In Reply to:  Rosie Ruiz posted by d on November 22, 2002 at 18:39:30:

I really think such is the case, clubiness prevents new blood entering the rivers of mainstream architecture ... clubism and lobbying are presently intrinsic part of the present social paradigm, and courthship the way to wealth eversince social wealth was acknowledged. This happened in Sumeria (where NOT surprisingly Rikistus (close to riches) is the word for those awarded public commissions, and it is known to have been for real in almost every society we know of, including our present one, where giant amounts of the legislative (and weaponry) effort is outrightly aimed to the preservation of the high level status quo.

In such (THIS) world any newcomer is a challenger and better is derailed that let share part of the tart. So stay the things, d, I think.

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