J.L.G. R-8294Neo-Tech has certainly had a profound effect of my life. I am young -- 17 years of age -- and I feel that this knowledge has become increasingly valuable, having owned it 1-1/2 years. There is no doubt my personal development has been radically altered.
For so long now, I have been compromising Neo-Tech principles in order to accommodate "friends" I was afraid of losing. But now I understand why I need not, and will not, compromise any longer. I can see how ultimately pathetic my alcohol dependent, nicotine-sucking "friends" are, despite their undying arrogance, and my confidence grows with time. I won't see many of them again at the end of August 1990, since I will be leaving when my A-level courses finished. Anti-values spread like disease in academic life.