Look at advertising. It's about addicting people to become
materialistic consumers in order to enrich the owners of the
production chain and (incidentally) keep employment up. IOW, it's
about making and keeping people wage-slaves.
Web based forums are like subscribing to 10 different newspapers
and having to visit 10 different news stands to pickup each one.
Seems that our economy is dependent on such things. I wonder how many
people either have or can even save up enough to make a purchase like
that. If you had to pay cash, sales would plummet. Hopefully, with a
tangible asset they can at least stay ahead of the depreciation.
How about the people that take a home equity loan so they can take a
fancy vacation? A woman at work wanted to take cash out of her 401k to
buy a big screen TV. I guess that is more important than retiring some
Few people have any money management ability it seems. A conversation
came up at work recently. My shipper just bought a house and he is
going to need a new car soon. After closing on the house, he said he has
$4000 to put down. We have 20 employees. Of the 20, only four of us
have that much money in the bank. Everyone has it in the 401k that they
cannot touch, but for savings, some have less than $100.
I've had periods of little savings in my younger days. I'm happier
knowing if the refrigerator dies I have the cash to buy a new one. I
rnjoy vacations knowing I won't br in debt when we get home. If I knew
when I was going to die, I'd plan to die broke on the last day.
There will be a future for one. One just might not be up and walking
around at the time. One leaves various sorts of legacies.
If one's days are numbered few, "things" surely take on a different
perspective. Money isn't the only thing to be gained from work either.
I've seen people who's days were severely numbered, work until they
couldn't. I'm sure you folks know this stuff, so I'll quit trying to
explain to people who don't need it anymore than me. Enjoy.
Do you think if a dyed-in-the-wool farmer hit the lottery that he would
Do you think Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, The Wright Brothers, Paul Erdos,
worked as hard as they did "for the money"?
I think it was fame(facetious), very few people think of the most
important inventor of them all in the last few hundred years, Nikola
Tesla. He was smarter than Thomas Edison but most folks know nothing
about him because Edison had a better press agent. ^_^
On 8/24/2013 1:39 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
You are using what he invented every day of your life. Crazy people are
the most creative and the mainstream always seems to shun them until
they are needed, like during wartime. World governments sought out the
crazies during WWII in order to come up with ways to win the war. ^_^
On 8/24/2013 5:05 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Yea, they're outside my home right now. I saw a floating eyeball outside
my window a while ago. It was an "eyeborg" that new surveillance device
the secret government agencies are using to spy on us insignificant
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