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Digital vs. analog, pipeline extortion, and: is it ever ok to punch a Nazi?

180 producer Manusha Janakiram wonders if unplugged living is really virtuous; British Columbian Gordon Gibson says he's ashamed his premier pushed for money to let a pipeline through; and given recent events in the U.S., we ask: is it ever ok to punch a Nazi?
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180 producer Manusha Janakiram wonders if unplugged living is really virtuous; British Columbian Gordon Gibson says he's ashamed his premier pushed for money to let a pipeline through; and, given recent events in the U.S., we ask: is it ever ok to punch a Nazi? 

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