Monthly Archives: December 2010

Under-employment

Under-employment is what you get from a country that no longer cares about you! One example of under-employment is when you allow too many temporary services agencies to do the hiring.  The unemployment rate is determined primarily through unemployment wages … Continue reading

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Metrodome: Minnesota

If the citizens of Minnesota end up buying the Vikings a new stadium, they should be considered part owners in the stadium at least until the stadium has been paid off and the taxpayers have been paid back every cent … Continue reading

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China’s ‘New’ Middle Class

Hey, wait a minute, China’s ‘New’ middle class used to be our middle class until we gave them all of the middle class that we had.  Since the minimum wage went up by two dollars within two years, and inflation … Continue reading

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Companies Selling Our Information

The companies that sell our information should always have a signature on file showing that they requested our information for them to sell.  Further, They should be sending at least 50% of the profit for selling our specific information, directly … Continue reading

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Junk e-Mail

Who is wasting my time sending me all of the junk e-mail by attaching it to my friends e-mail addresses?  Shouldn’t someone be able to investigate without charging you an hourly fee (meaning that the perpetrator should be charged double … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the End for Social Security

The Beginning of the End for Social Security.  I shouldn’t say that.  It’s closer to the middle or the end.  They have been moving the age that I can collect for years, even though my dad says that where it … Continue reading

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