Newsletter – Issue 47

Surviving Civilization

Everyone should be keenly aware of how difficult it is to live these days.  The demands that society places upon us all are onerous and burdensome, increasingly expensive and difficult to overcome — all of it occurring in varying degrees to you in a direct relationship to your financial ability (to pay).

The young and the elderly have a particularly hard time of surviving today.  Young people are faced with the daunting task of high rents, low-paying menial jobs (or no jobs at all), and even higher education costs in the hopes of a “career” or future.

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Newsletter – Issue 46

Better Business Bureau Scam Alert

The Better Business Bureau has been bugging me again lately, and I’ve finally had enough of their coercive tactics, and have published the following complaint of my own.  It’s going to stay there too, for life.

Strange that business owners need to fight back against firms like the BBB, and I sure wish more businesses were courageous enough to do it, but it seems like everyone is out for their slice of the pie.  I’ve long known how corrupt they were, but if you aren’t aware of this, be sure to read the comments from other business owners and consumers on Ripoff Reports.

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Newsletter – Issue 44

I hope readers are savvy enough to keep up on the so-called “climate debate” issues of interest, which are taking up plenty of useless space on various blogs and forums. The real scientists are easily disproving the so-called debates, which are almost entirely made up of manufactured lies and quotations.

This is eerily similiar to the so-called Climategate fiasco, where messages broadly taken out of context were supposed to “disprove” the science.

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Newsletter – Issue 43

Someone sent me this Youtube video link of how to get even with an airline that screws you over.

I think it’s great that we can exact our revenge upon the indifferent corporations (sometimes), and always cheer when it works (as it did in this case, but the damage was done).

When it works I should say.  My own position against American Express and Discover has resulted in many lost sales to me (and to them I’m sure) over the years, but these two credit card companies grind on, screwing over customer and merchant alike to this day.

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Newsletter – Issue 42

There is a lot of ‘happenings’ taking place in the world right now, as the jockeying continues for attention, resources and power.

I think a lot of these things are meant to be distractions from the serious issues facing us all. If you notice, I’m not putting much of this ‘news’ up on the newsletter lately for this reason. What news is there that we don’t know already?  The Administration is lying, spending us into bankruptcy, and heading us all over the cliff towards collapse.

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Newsletter – Issue 41

Must watch – developed by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center and NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory Scientific Visualization Studio, this is a visualization of carbon dioxide distribution over the entire planet (taken from NASA’s Aqua Spacecraft).

Holy cow! Talk about getting hammered!

Hollow Happenings – I found this link by accident, and know nothing about this site, but the pictures there are amazing and say all that needs to be said.

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Newsletter – Issue 40

Short Story

I’ve got to get these words down before it’s too late.  I don’t know how much time I have, they may have seen me come in here and I know if the find me, it’s all over.  For good this time. 

I wish I had more time, but I don’t, so bear with me, I’ll try to get it all down as best I remember it.

The Thirty-Years war was finally over.  Actually, it didn’t last that long and some say it wasn’t just a single war.  Well, it wasn’t, not really, but one war led to another with no break in between and it wasn’t long before everyone was involved.  It only stopped long enough for the nations to rearm themselves, so we never really did catch a break.

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