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The Last Whole Earth Catalog: Access to Tools Paperback – 1971
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We are as gods and we might as well get used to it. So far remotely done power and glory - as via government, big business, formal education, church - has succeeded to the point where gross defects obscure actual gains. In response to this dilemma and to these gains a realm of intimate, personal power is developing - the power of individuals to conduct their own education, find their own inspiration, shape their own environment, and share the adventure with whoever is interested. Tools that aid this process are sought and promoted by The Next Earth Catalog.
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But, am I the only one to remember "Divine Right's Trip" with DR himself, his gf Estelle, and DR's microbus "Urge"? It co-starred "The Greek" whose mission in life was to forget his name. It also had a part where DR, Estelle, and Urge were camping and the guy next to them invited them to dinner and to watch tv. DR commented up watching "Wagon Train" on a tv with a 5 or 7 inch screen "I'm watching the world's smallest wagon train on the world's smallest prairie."
One time, in Cincinnati, DR was in a bathroom thinking (if you could call it that) about "Cincinnati" and how balanced it was. In his drug induced state he imagined himself wear some ex football coach's pants and shirt and wrote in the bathroom "Help, I am a balance freak wearing a dead football coach's pants." I must've written that a few hundred times in public bathrooms.
Now I just write "WORRYING" under the word STOP on stop signs.
Don't mourn, organize!