Monthly Archives: November 2008

Barack may have to give up his Blackberry

Now that he is going to be president, for reasons of national security, Barack Obama may have to give up his Blackberry, and further more, personal email and instant messaging all together. I feel bad for the guy. I mean,

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Posted in cellular, change, computers, electronics, email, future, internet, lifestyle, politics, technology, wireless

Economic Cause & Effect – The Chicken or The Egg?

Corporations are whining to the government for bailouts and whining to the consumers through the media to get out and shop and spend money to strengthen the economy. The reason for the entire recession, and for most, if not all

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Posted in advertising, bailout, change, double standard, economy, employment, future, innovation, lifestyle, reform, shopping, taxes, truth, Uncategorized

Gas Companies, Car Companies, Government screwing Drivers

On the heels of every other company in America jumping on the “we lost all of our/your money, please save us” bandwagon, auto makers are asking for handouts to keep from going under. Republicans and Democrats seem to be taking

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Posted in activism, alternative energy, bailout, change, choice, conformity, conspiracy, corruption, ecology, economy, electricity, environment, evolution, future, gas, global, health, innovation, international, legality, liberation, lifestyle, lobbying, oil, pollution, propaganda, protest, public opinion, reform, revolution, science, society, solar, technology, transportation, truth, voting, wind

re: what Obama can learn from Dick Cheney

The Huffington Post has published an article entitled “What Barack Obama should learn from Dick Cheney“. The article makes some good points about what Cheney-esque procedures could help him influence policy in various positions and branches of the government. I

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Posted in future, philosophy, politics

Employers use MySpace & Facebook to pre-screen Applicants

It’s no surprise that companies are looking online, primarily at search engines and social networks, to find out more about job applicants, especially when we have more job seekers than jobs at present. There is a good and bad side

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Posted in anonymity, blogging, conformity, discrimination, diversity, economy, employment, freedom, future, identity, justice, legality, opinion, philosophy, politics, psychology, public opinion, technology, truth

Credit is Corporate Terrorism

Do you have the mark of the beast? It’s everywhere you want to be. Don’t leave home without it. It’s the mark that pays you back. Priceless… C’mon! Live above your means. Become an indentured servant for life. Support the

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Posted in conformity, credit, economy, funny, lifestyle, parody, satire, society, truth, Uncategorized

Democrats Set Sights On Texas

Old white people are dying off, and latinos, blacks, and liberal young whites are taking over. Amen. Change may be possible, even in Texas. Read More…

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Posted in 2012, activism, change, choice, democrat, diversity, election, evolution, freedom, future, immigration, independence, liberal, liberation, mexican, patriotism, politics, proletariat, reform, revolution, society
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