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David + the Reporter

April 25, 1993

It is ironic that the "volunteer point man in the world of conspiracy research" is at the same time both victim and supporter of one of the biggest conspiracies ever perpetrated upon the American people: the one between the U.S. government and the tobacco industry.

What a shame that a talented young artist is portrayed by the article as being "driven" to chain-smoke cigarettes because the artist acknowledges some of the harder realities that exist in the world today.

It may be easy to talk on the phone in your hip Venice loft about conspiracy theories. But the most important changes you can make often start with lifestyle. This may not be easy or cool, but as Baerwald acknowledges, sometimes "our priorities are just a little bit whacked."

BARBARA POWERS

Santa Monica

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