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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

President Barack Obama has stepped into the office swinging fists and speaking with no pause. But one can only ask, "Is everything he is doing positive, and is it in the best interest of Americans?"

As evidence to be used to support him, he has closed down extremely negatively run terrorism camps such as Guantanamo Bay, and has issued a review of each of the prisoners held there in case there are those held without cause.

He has called for work from the legislative branch on a stimulus package, and has worked close with both party's leaders to help forge a path for the bill to pass, which will enable jobs to be created in the nation.

President Obama has put in place qualified people to help us steer our way out of this economic crisis.

This he has done well.

And what things has he not done that could help the country? What things has he done that does not benefit us? Go ahead and leave your comments with your opinion.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Bankrupting El Derado

The gold has run out, the coffers are dry, and the endless veins of money that seemed to flood the USA have all but turned to dust, like the thin veins of a meth addict of thirty years.

And What do we have to show for it all

Absolutely nothing. Except debt. And sorrow. And a working class population plagued with unemployment...


How about we stop bailing out these damn industries, (PORN INDUSTRIES??? SERIOUSLY?) And start investing it in programs that help jump start the heart of our economy like a defibrillator to a stopped heart.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Note on the Big Three

Bail them out. But do so with caution. Too much money has been spent on style, and not enough on innovation. This is both unacceptable, and unreasonable. The Big Three auto corporations have as much doomed themselves as others have doomed them. There is a reason the American people have chosen foreign cars. The gas mileage is more efficient over seas than here, and yet they manage to maintain the power, the safety, and the performance.

But bail them out with the requirements of certain fields being met.

Otherwise we simply are bailing them out, to eventually bail them out again. Either they shape up, or we take the burn, let them ship out, and regenerate a successful business plan for some other entrepreneur.

Saturday, August 23, 2008


We have given them too much power.

We are seeing the greatest rise of monopolies in our entire history of corporate and financial growth. This period has invented things like G&E or my personal favorite piece of that company, PG&E. PG&E, for those of you who are not familiar, is a corporation owned and operated by G&E. PG&E controls the electricity of the western united states. And in my city, Salem, it is the only company available.

So Suddenly I get this pretty little bill in the mail for 280.00. I own a one bedroom apartment running a 12 inch tv, a fridge, and a laptop, (Acer Aspire 5920 gemstone series)

Amazing. The lights stay off, I dn't run the AC and I still get a bill. Let me be honest on how big this apartment really is. Let us say less than 200 square feet. Ouch.

280 bucks eh?

But what can you do if you can 't pay that bill? Find another company that gives electricity...OR NOT. PG&E owns it all. And there is no other possible service.

Next on my hit list of tyrant companies is Wal-Mart.

Ya, I know there are other stores that offer many similar products, but the fact is, Wal-mart only stays cheap while it knocks out the competition.

Once the competition is gone, all you have left is Wal-Mart, and the prices miraculously revive themselves...

*sigh* when will we learn to stop digging our own graves... --__--

Well, that's it for now.
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Monday, August 11, 2008

New imogen Heap song!

Well, okay, it isn't exactly new. Its an acoustic version of Hide and Seek. Check it out on iTunes!!!

Wednesday, June 25, 2008


Getting ready to kick summertime butt.

But first, to start the season off the way it should be started,


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Monday, June 23, 2008

That Secret Cellar: Darkness

Alas, my story is beginning, the words are not spoken;

Though new darkness comes, and much light is now broken,

Here in this cellar, I stand at the door waiting....

Here in this cellar, I stand guard for your craving.


We bring ourselves to ruin over the simplest things in our lives,

just a little bit more money, or an even better ride;

Many would not stop to think about taking what they'd like,

Another game system? Maybe, how 'bo [...]

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