FYI, windows 7 is expensive and has to be bought separately now (but I do like it),,, windows 8 is awful,,, windows 9 is on the horizon and promises to be gone as soon as microsoft can develop some new way to invade your privacy and force you into another pc purchase… Windows XP had a great run of nearly 14 years, which in our current “disposable era equals a gajillion years,,, And because of the Mac model that trains consumers into buying expensive gadgets annually microsoft simply has to keep up… Think about it,,, It’s a sad state for the tech giant,,, 14 years of relative stability IS 14 years of lost revenue so guess what’s coming? Yup you got it!!! Welcome home “instability”… Time to try linux…
Think about this whenever the media starts to tell you about how “global this” and “entitled that” are the reasons the economy is not as it should be… It IS A LIE!!! There is no money in the economy because they are hoarding all the money at the top. They are hoarding it and sucking the money, life and dreams out of everyone… How much are the hoarding? There is a number, and it is $1,265,836,000,000.
The Polar Vortex is gone (even though it was snowing big ol’ flakes this morning – winters last hooray), the equinox is is here and today marks the end of hibernation – All things have a time and a season, use this “Spring” to set and achieve goals! You are NEW again!!! Breath deeply, muscle up and take what the world owes you!!! Right after you look at this picture awhhhhhhhhhhhh….
I’m sorry but when it comes to money and the power elite, I will always cast a doubtful eye toward the haves and their war against the have nots…
In a survey of more than 1,300 adults, 20% agreed with the theory that childhood vaccines cause autism. Far fewer believed that the U.S. government hatched a plot to infect African Americans with HIV. Overall, 49% agreed with at least one of the six conspiracy theories presented.
As you may know, I am no financial expert. I do however believe that the media is owned by corporations (not really a belief) and therefore “they” can restrict information in anyway they deem fit. Armed with that belief and a healthy mistrust of the system in general, I tend to keep a partial eye on obscure newsy things that some would consider random,,, especially when it comes to the “powers that be”, their henchmen and the big money that makes it all go…
The article I have attached to this commentary has strangely not made its way onto the mainstream media as of yet (try to Google search it on your own – it’s out there but buried)… The curious omission of this fascinating phenomenon causes my head to tilt to one side and wonder “why?” Why, in our culture of “death & money worship” would serial suicide (4 in about a week) of high profile bankers go relatively unnoticed or unreported? Why would these very successful people just after the holidays and bonus season, basking in first quarter record profits put an end their own existence? Why???
For some of us this would be news to celebrate! Poor little rich men (Boo-Hoo) life must be hard producing nothing and gaining everything… I personally shed no tears for the perceived hardship of the privileged BUT I have to ask… What did they see? Was it financial in nature? What could have been so bad? Did they know something collectively that would justify such a reaction?
I don’t know how many of you have ever truly been suicidal but typically when it is “real” there is no tomorrow worth having. The here and now is only a reflection of failures, there is an intense sorrow, a feeling of revenge and an overwhelming need to be heard… My suspicion asks “Suicide or Murder?” And what does any of it imply?
It is being reported that the stresses of the profession is likely at the heart of the suicides… At the moment I have no choice but to prescribe to that deduction as well. I have no evidence to the contrary but I can’t help but consider that there may be something financially dark on the way? Something worth running from, something that is hard to live with – something that maybe hard for all of us to live with… When one banker commits suicide on any given day, I (like most of you) would say “it is sad, no biggie it happens”. But when 4 mega successful, power brokering, leaders of analysis do it within 1 week – I say Hmmmm? What’s going on around here?