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Document uploaded 08-29-2005 09:07 PM ET (US)

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Larry VictorPerson was signed in when posted
09:07 PM ET (US)
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Larry VictorPerson was signed in when posted
07:45 PM ET (US)
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/m2 When I moved into this place, about a year and a half ago, one of my tasks was to start composting - and growing sprouts, etc. etc. All still waiting. Congradulations on your good work.

I often find it a useful rationale to do cleanup for when others visit -- and I have put off some things around here that I must attend to if Eloise is to be comfortable - like shampoo the carpet. But, I am not sensitive to the "perfection" of environments - so don't do things in preparation for me that you wouldn't do for yourself.
Larry VictorPerson was signed in when posted
04:46 AM ET (US)
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This was composed in 2005 for my work with David Braden in Golden,Colorado. http://www.livingsystemsinst.org/ Around this time I had my primary website with COMCAST, which suddenly abandoned supporting websites. Thus, many links from within this don't work. I have yet to put most of my docs from my COMCAST WEBSITE to my new website http://nuet.us/ . I was fortunate to copy/paste the doc from my website to QuickDoc. I have not been back to this until just now: May 3, 2017.
06:43 PM ET (US)
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I will read this tomorrow, after I have finished the Wilber stuff. I spent most the day rebuilding my compost bin as a part of a general clean up project. Looks pretty good if I do say so myself.
05:57 PM ET (US)
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I'll try to have the place "presentable" when you get here. The general clean up though is part of my 30 year project for my property here. My Mom and Dad bought the acre in 1954 when I was two. My wife, Jeannette, and I built our house on the 1/2 acre in 1980. There had been an accumulation of 50 years of stuff when I retired. Cleaning that up, and those projects I always wanted to do but was too busy working, make up my thirty year project. It's also how I get my exercise.

Read through this Quick Doc on SEAFing. It is generally in line with what I thought you meant with some new ideas. I feel bits and pieces of what we are talking about coming together into bigger constructs. I will write them done as they come together. Have to go to my meeting now.

Thanks again.