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Our ability to form and maintain friendships is shaped in crucial ways by the physical spaces in which we live. "Land use," as it's rather aridly known, shapes behavior and sociality. And in America we have settled on patterns of land use that might as well have been designed to prevent spontaneous encounters, the kind out of which rich social ties are built.


  • Razorback

    Razorback 5 years, 9 months ago

    We live (by choice) on 7.5 acres on the edge of town. Spontaneous encounters on my property are typically met with an armed homeowner (me). ;-)