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continue to buy (and steal,and salvage, and order on eBay in North America,
and ship to Finland) more cars than [Mayor] Luzhkov can build roads to
drive them on.
From "Stuck" by
Keith Gessen, New Yorker , August 2, 2010
In the spirit of
Bertrand Russell's Barber Paradox, George's Healthy Life Paradox:
all things, including Moderation.
What if every adult in China and India owns a car and starts driving in a
way comparable to every licensed driver in the U.S.?
Times Up: You get a wonderfully huge middle class. You also
also end up with no place left to stick your head in undisturbed