I just posted on the Justin Shafner discussion group on educendium. It got me to wondering about the issue of how there is a significant number of anthropologists who seem to think it an appropriate endeavour to advocate for free Internets and use of wikis and so on. We all live in capitalist societies of one form or another - except for a very small minority of people, where you have to work to earn money to survive. I am wondering whether the respective anthropology associations should impose sanctions on these individuals. I am not sure how many posters here are actually working anthopologists but the few I know personally also express reservations about such anti-capitalist views. What do others think on this?

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I'm afraid I don't understand what it is you're trying to say.
Nice to see that satire is not dead in such an earnest forum.
Satire or flamebait?

Huon Wardle said:
Nice to see that satire is not dead in such an earnest forum.

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