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    Stand on Zanzibar

    There's such a thing as too damn many people, as this newspaper article on the upcoming flying dutchmen (via Blogdex and Sisu).
    Even as political violence is quoted as the tipping point, the main reason stated by those asked is road rage, parking problems, and other problems originated by population density. The visionary Stand on Zanzibar. What happens when all humankind seems to be compressed on an island the size of Zanzibar?

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    De: josediego Fecha: 2004-12-23 01:05

    Zanzibar, where Freddie Mercury was born! ; )



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2004-12-23 08:26

    Was he? I didn't know.



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    De: josediego Fecha: 2004-12-26 23:14

    Yep!
    http://queen-fip.com/fm-biog.html

    The first LP I bought was A Day At The Races when I was fourteen, and I became a fan of Queen in that moment.



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