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Re: throw away society

> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> To me work is work.  If it needs doing, it doesn't care who does
it.  If you
> can eat you can cook and wash dishes.  If you can poop you can
clean a
> toilet.  If you can walk on pavers, you can lay pavers.  And if you
can live
> in a house that gets rained on, you can clean gutters.  Some things
> physically possible alone, so that's when you get help.  And some
things are
> just more easily done by one person than another when there's a
> involved, but that's just called sharing the load.

SO right, Kitty!  Problem is getting those who share space to adopt
this intelligent outlook on "work":-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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