Teaser for an upcoming event

Hello Emilia,

I am looking forward to this very much. My talk will be titled “The Escapological Eutopia: Five Dodgy Prophecies”. The weird spelling of ‘Eutopia’ is intentional. The talk will paint an optimistic mini-portrait of a future characterised by social equality, a displaced workforce, pedestrianised cities, post-materialist shopping precincts, and the collapse of borders between peaceful nations.

Here are my measurements, taken by a London tailor: http://wringham.co.uk/about/vital-statistics/

Let me know if any measurements are missing or if you need any further information.

Looking forward to meeting you,

Rob
www.newescapologist.co.uk

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Robert Wringham is the editor of New Escapologist. He also writes books and articles. Read more at www.wringham.co.uk/about.

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