Dan Phillips Explains Exurbs…

… and waste in the building industry, apperceptive mass,  Apollonian versus Dionysian perspectives, the myth of the cost of labour, the Platonic model of the American dream house, Dr. Pepper, the divided self, why our shoes all match, Wildebeests, designer jeans, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, and the thrill of putting your CD rack where ever the hell you want because you can just move it again if you’ve made a mistake — all in this hilarious and inspiring 18 minute TED Talk. Really worth watching — you’ll never see Harbour Landing the same way again.

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Author: Carle Steel

Carle Steel was a simple moisture farmer on a barren, sun-baked world who, through fate and destiny, brought the mighty Galactic Empire to its knees. She likes cats, bats, mice and you.

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