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Paul Wheaton talks to Bill Schneiders in Lakeside, MT.
The corporate world, money, and the value of networking.
Paul talks about starting permies.com, and setting up the PDC with Skeeter that is going on now.
Paul talks about favoring those on his daily-ish email.
Being a corporate whore, emotional attachment and getting things done.
Being professional. Paul talks about the PDC 7 years ago, chores issues and being treated unfairly at the current PDC. Paul is tired of being “the bad guy.”

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Very good podcast, and I think that's a very good point that the I scratch your back and you scratch my back mentality of corporate work would probably increase the velocity of permaculture a lot. Like, not even into the corporate whore world, just the work I do at college, they try to incentivise good people to stay with them.
 
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