Ever done a search for your own blog? I did... just yesterday. I tried, in vain, to find the log in button on this page, so later I Googled for wordpress login along with user name. What do you know? There was a site that stated what this blog is worth. I was aghast! Not … Continue reading This Blog is worth… how many $$$$?
A sick mind, a sickening situation, or is it the beginnings of a sick nation??? Way back in July 2009, I referred to Bryant Neal Vinas, an American rebel who trained with Al Qaeda; he had actively engaged in discussions to blow up the Long Island RailRoad in NY. Then, there's the case of Najibullah … Continue reading One more rebel… yet again, an American!
Talking about fallacies, going to law school in the hope of making millions seems to be a fallacy, as many recent law graduates are soon learning. If anything, enrolling at law school may spell doom, or gloom, for well over a decade; in this failing economy... consider it more of a prophecy. Indeed, steeped deep … Continue reading Fallacies… and false hopes about Law School.
Nose bleeds, headaches or wheezing in your new home? If it's not the odors from the carpet that bother you, you can now put the blame squarely on drywalls made from materials imported from China! Malodorous, drywalls in new-build homes may be heavily contaminated with sulphur compounds. Now, do you pull down the drywall at … Continue reading Wheezing, or bleeding nose? Blame it on the Chinese Drywall!
Piecemeal layoffs avoid warning laws Yes, this one sounds much like what I expressed almost a year ago. Continuing job losses may signal broad economic shift More on Jobs (Including a Little Good News) Thanks for the link, EON. Ever Closer to 1982. What to do when you lose your Job (Some advise from various … Continue reading Of layoffs… something’s not quite right.
Hear this: "Don't give up on us... give us a chance to execute.": Vikram Pandit, Citigroup. "We're Americans first and bankers second.": John Stumpf, Wells Fargo & Co. "I feel more like corporal of the universe, not captain of the universe at this moment.": Ken Lewis, Bank of America. "As an industry, we clearly made … Continue reading Recent quotes, pleas… from leaders in banking!
Oh no, when that happens to the Japanese, they run a risk that exceeds far more than the mere embarrassment of trouser buttons popping open! They run the risk of being singled out as 'obese' in their workplace! The world is aware that the Japanese are an extremely hard working people; they don't shirk their … Continue reading Metabo, o-ba-ue-to, kajuu, overgrown girth!