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5 Things I Learned Reading: Potatoes On The Moon, By: Jim Goad | SterlingTerrell.net

5 Things I Learned Reading: Potatoes On The Moon, By: Jim Goad



1. "Urban supremacy" might be the most overlooked and longest-lasting forms of bigotry ever. City-folk (urban) vs. country-folk (rural).

2. There is a little bit of crazy no matter where you go.

3. Most of the time, the further you get from the city, the prettier it gets.

4. I want to visit Idaho.

5. "As I see it, the main problem with socialism is that it forces you to be social. And I will forever resent any government that forces me to pay taxes so that it can spy on me."