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2 - The Michigan Daily - Weekend etc. - Thursday, January 27, 1994

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few details: Where was this farm? Was it an agricultural plot, or were there animals too? And what if once you
learned to know yourself, you didn't like being in your own company? Did they introduce you to a new you? "We
teach communication," they claim. But if you're just getting to know yourself, who do you need to communicate
with? Your inner child? Your past lives? Apparently, "In 1974 a state of accelerated change is the static
situation." A year unlike those before it no doubt. "We live in a time of immensity and intensity" swear the
leaders of American Behavioral. We at Weekend etc. have one word to say to that: Groovy.

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Darcy Lockman
John R. Rybock
ARTS EDITORS
Nima Hodaei
Melissa Rose Bernardo

CONTRI BUTORS
Jordan Atlas, Michael Barnes, Sonny
Calderone, Jason Carroll, ,dn-ho Chung, Geoff
Earle, Tom Erlewine, Jessie Halladay, Rona
Kobell, Jonathan Lurie, Evan Petrie, Scott
Plagenhoef, Austin Ratner, Dirk Schulze, Mike
Thompson, Alexandra Twin, Kirk Wetters.

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