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Disrupting the Culture

100% of last week's respondents believe papermakers share common bonds and interests worldwide.


Selected comments:

Jim, You know my network is literally worldwide. What I discovered was that globally people had more in common with each other and that most papermakers liked beer--worldwide, worked hard and were concerned about their children's future. I am connected on Facebook with a lot of papermakers with at least 6 different languages popping up. When something happens in a country, I worry about my friends. Person to person contacts are so important. I welcomed visitors to my home and I have been welcomed as a visitor.

We should all be concerned with a sustainable environment . . . and people are part of that environment. Peace, indeed, should be a common goal. Leadership, also of, by, and for the people should be a common thread binding us all together. That's what is fueling much of the unrest in the Middle East. They're tired of tyrannts just as we were 234 years ago. As Mel Gibson said in Braveheart - "Freedom!"


This week we are asking if you understand the fundamentals. You can take the quiz here or click on "More" below.

Want to get a jump on the surveys? Follow me on twitter, where they are posted early. You can do this here. (note: all respondents are confidential; the software is programmed in such a way that neither we nor anyone else can determine who responded)


Want to be heard on other subjects? Be sure to watch for "Paperitalo Second Tuesday Surveys."



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