Pope, Wal-Mart hail new culture of thrift

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“If there is a ‘positive’ to be found in what we believe will be the major, fundamental adjustments to the way we live our lives, it will be in the area of a basic reassessment of values,” Miss Popcorn said.

Consumption for consumption’s sake is dead. Humanity is evolving from conspicuous to “conscious consumption,” with the traditional concept of consumer becoming an “anachronism,” Miss Popcorn said.

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