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The Green Police return to ACI!  After an (as yet unacknowledged) stunning defeat in the first North vs. South Smackdown on hostile turf at ACI in Austin, TX last year, Michael Anschel is looking for a rematch against Carl Seville on more neutral territory in San Francisco.   Recalling the first Rocky movie, both participants stated “there ain’t gonna be no rematch” after last year’s battle, but they have been persuaded to go at it again this year for the ACI crowd.  Come see Michael and Carl fight it out over who knows more about green building, what products and processes are the right ones for new and existing homes in different climates, and other assorted ramblings from these characters. 

Comments from last year’s attendees included “outstanding, best session today for me,” “great concept and execution,” “very thought provoking,” and “set up a bar in the room.”  (We’ll work on that last one).

If you are concerned that this session is worth your time, check out our video excerpts from last year on Youtube:http://www.youtube.com/user/GreenCurmudgeon.  If these don’t convince you to come to our session, then probably nothing will.

 

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