Re: [gaypros-392] Revival of the SF Gay Men's Salon- Three Proposed Meetups in the Fall

From: David K.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 3, 2011 1:16 PM
Thanks for the information.  I guess the only problem I have is with the topics.  I find them really stale.  

Topics I'd like to do include (1) Would a one-party political system work better than our two-party system? (2) Should we allow the dollar to sink lower in order to lower the cost of labor and bring jobs back to the U.S.?  (3) SF could have balanced its budget simply by closing libraries -- are libraries necessary today when nearly everything is available online? (4) How much to the rich owe society?  Is Bill Gates right about a 50% income tax on the rich?  (5) Is there a place for religion?  Has religion helped us in any way during our lives?  (6) Given that gay men are big taxpayers, doesn't society owe us a right to cruise in parks without fear of harassment?  

--david kaye


--- On Wed, 8/3/11, Richard Suh <[address removed]> wrote:

Topic:       Relationships- Non-Monogamy and Monogamy- perspectives, experiences, pros and cons (inspired the recent NY Times Magazine feature article on the views of Dan Savage)

 

Topic:       Digital Media, the Internet and the Future of Print Media-- the impact of the computer age on our lives for good or ill!

 

Topic:      What Constitutes Exclusion- The Dilemma of Grouping Around Common Interests While Honoring Inclusion?  Should our group be GLTB?

 


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