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Stephanie C. Fox

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Wealthy water-guzzlers, using money to evade drought constraints.

It is wise to stay informed about the water-guzzling committed by the wealthy during a drought, using their money to do end-runs around water use restrictions while everyone else has to make do with much, much less.

Having the information is ammunition.

We can always figure out how and when to fire that ammunition later […]

Droughts are miserable, but these ideas are worth considering.

When I think of Australia and drought, I think of the misery depicted in the Mad Max movies.

I hate the idea of no daily shampoos and showers or baths.

I want nothing to do with dirty laundry that can’t be washed in a machine, and dried in one also (better than doing it by […]

Sucking the Ecosystem Dry for Tuition Money.

The University of Connecticut is going to take ALL of the water for itself.

It keeps increasing its capacity for students to get tuition from them.

(Half of that goes for sports, whether they are all interested in sports or not.)

This article is loaded with lies. Political clout has pushed this through.

Water will […]

Don’t judge people who can’t access healthy foods.

America has an obesity problem, and it’s not all about a lack of exercise.

A big part of the problem is that healthy foods – fruits and vegetables and items with no chemicals or GMOs (that’s genetically modified organisms) – are out of reach.

Out of reach means geographically too far to regularly buy due […]

Willing to work, too many people to find it = homelessness. >:(

I read through this. The father is quite willing to search and search for jobs, and then work at them.

The problem is that he hasn’t found one, because the economy is a mess AND the planet is overpopulated. This is why I write dystopian novels about human overpopulation, breaking the taboo against saying that […]

Organized religion is a drain on one’s time and often a patriarchal intrusion.

Organized religion is a drain on one’s time and usually a patriarchal intrusion on one’s thoughts and actions.

When I wrote Nae-Nee – Birth Control: Infallible, with Nanites and Convenience for All​ and its sequel, I made sure to show that Avril has little use for any of that.

She’s like me, and that is […]

Insufficiently Researched or Reasoned.

I shall start off by saying that I do not like this book and find it to have NOT been edited, to make many incorrect and likely not researched but definitely biased statements, and to be a tedious read.

So why am I bothering? Because it does contain some information on U.N. Agenda 21 that […]

Despite the Agenda 21 overtones, water must be protected.

I don’t approve of U.N. Agenda 21 taking over every aspect of our lives and decisions, but I do approve of protecting our natural resources because once they are gone or ruined, that’s it – there’s no going back.

The problem with Agenda 21 is that it gets hijacked by bullies who harangue anyone who […]

Just as in history, our food production system and our eating habits are all wrong.

Interesting. Very interesting.

It is not reasonable to expect to have a balanced diet solely on what is available locally.

Growing one’s own food is good, but it is not enough.

We must have access to both that and groceries…and we must have choices about those groceries.

Our food system is the same mess it […]

>:( No good deed goes unpunished.

Aetna helped some women before it was too late.

Good!

Missouri is fining Aetna millions of dollars for that, because it doesn’t care about women, our finances, or control of our fertility. It only cares about controlling us.

It sucks to be female in many states, and it should not be like that in ANY […]