Posts tagged "Politics"

Al Gore: Big Polluters Able To Use Our Skies as Open Sewers

Al Gore: Big Polluters Able To Use Our Skies as Open Sewers
Al Gore Google Plus; A Conversation on Global Warming

Chinese Bid to Buy Out Smithfield: Monsanto Declares War on Bees

Chinese Bid to Buy Out Smithfield: Monsanto Declares War on Bees
Human beings have such a love of bacon that even our non-pig- consuming friends opt for turkey bacon and even bacon made of soy or other things.   Personally, I take mine from the pig.  However, under the mantra of not wanting to put garbage in my tummy, my family does not buy Smithfield products.  Smithfield... Read more »

Ice Cream Politics and Commend Amend

Ice Cream Politics and Commend Amend
If you are not familiar with Indiegogo, here’s your chance to learn about some neat *#!t.  Indiegogo is one of the up and coming crowdsource funding sites.  Normal (sometimes not so normal folks), can go on line and pick a cause or project to help fund.  You can start a campaign as well.  I look... Read more »
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Conspiracies

Conspiracies
I rarely subscribe to conspiracy theories.  I should say I didn’t so much in the past.  As I get older I am seeing way too many patterns that seem to point to big conspiracies, some intentional, some maybe not so much. A friend and colleague posted something on my face book page about a mathematical... Read more »

Obama: Go to Hell

Obama: Go to Hell
I just finished reading a blog by Danielle Belton AKA the Black Snob.  So when I hit the comment button at her blog site, I was given the option to comment at my own blog.  Open doors sometimes need to be entered.  So to Danielle (Black Snob) from Danielle(B.U.G.) here’s my comment. Great article by... Read more »

Extra Extra: The Middle East Has Taken Over North Africa

Extra Extra: The Middle East Has Taken Over North Africa
I love the show Jeopardy.  Today I caught the show and thought I heard a wrong answer.  Morocco and points east on the continent are part of the Middle East?  I immediately ran to my desk top computer as soon as final Jeopardy was over.  Was this on the news?  Had there been an earthquake... Read more »
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Who Shot That Child:The Sound Heard Round the World

Who Shot That Child:The Sound Heard Round the World
The sound of gun fire punctuated the tenants’ meeting in the 346 E. 53rd Street building last evening.  The shots were close by.  Close enough to cause a stir in the building.  Residents emerged from apartments, emptied out of the brightly lit meeting room where tenants play at Wii bowling or take exercise classes. People... Read more »

G8:GREAT

G8:GREAT
If you say the letter “G” with the letter “R”, plus the number “8” together you get ‘GREAT”.  I’m not so sure Chicago is  going to be a GR8 place to be during G8 (G-R+8 =G8) NATO conferences in May of this year.  In fact Chicago may be “Gr8ing” on the nerves. The possibility of becoming a... Read more »

Chased: http://chn.ge/xD5Ajx

Chased: http://chn.ge/xD5Ajx
Almost everyone who knows me is well acquainted with my stance on the banks and Wall Street. My friends, colleagues, family and even those who can’t stand me realize that I don’t need any prompting to jump all over what I feel is injustice of any shape, way or form.  Because of the above I get... Read more »
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Chicago Segregated: What a Way to Start Black History Month

First thing this morning, before I had a chance to down the first cup of coffee, I heard that Chicago is the most segregated city in the country.  Aw come on, it’s the first day of black history month. Let’s accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative. Of course my attitude was and is no sh-t... Read more »
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