Archive for August, 2005

Toast Post

Sunday, August 28th, 2005

Im toasted this morning. Yesterday we started off with a little slice of Germany complete with oversized beer mugs and swine. Outside there was this HOWL festival which seemed to allow almost any who dared, recite their poetry, sing, dance and/or dress up as the opposite sex. Its been a party for sure, but all […]

In New York

Friday, August 26th, 2005

Theres always something refreshing about New York. I guess its the way so many people share such a small space. Chain resturaunts, typical of every suburban area in the US, are sparcely present here. The city has so much individualism. In a place where it seems toughest to start a business, most places are individually […]

A little post

Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

Well I’m off on a little adventure. Life is no good unless your living it. Im off to see the city again an to be quite frank, I am very excited. I dont know why but theres this cool feeling in that place. Everywhere has a vibe or some kind aspect that makes it distinct. […]

Winding up

Monday, August 22nd, 2005

Well I guess there are some interesting developments in the news today. For one, the drug company Merk and co. Inc. have been found neglegent in a death of a 59 year old man taking Vioxx. The widow of the man was awarded 250 Million. However the drug company is going to appeal the verdict […]

Just Writing

Wednesday, August 17th, 2005

Well its been a while since I wrote last and I thought that I should let all my loyal readers know that I am still alive. Today I have a local issue to talk about. It has to do with the new MOSI exhibit “bodies”. This exhibit features real cadavers which have been preserved and […]

I stand Corrected

Saturday, August 6th, 2005

Two posts ago I wrote about Accutrac in a manner that suggested it was another trump on our civil liberties as citezens. However I want to correct myself by saying that I was wrong. The Accutrac software is only a module that allows businesses to check themselves. It is not a governmental control on business. […]

Peak Oil

Friday, August 5th, 2005

If you dont know what peak oil is, you should research it. In a report by Reutersthis morning, it is said that “Total OPEC production rose 290,000 bpd to 30.24 million bpd in July, the highest level since December 1979″ and that Saudi oil is running at full capacity. The general consensus seems to […]

Business Tracking

Thursday, August 4th, 2005

A new monitoring system has emerged quietly on the market that will keep a close eye on where business is going. Accutrac is a new system designed to track all major business transactions in the United States. The new software will allow the State to determine with whom and where you will do business.
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Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005

Well I would just like to say that the political pressure our congress put on China to withdraw its bid leaves me hopeful. I know that we live in an age of globalization and that this age will have to involve a breakdown of trade and ownership barriers. However CNOOC was a state owned corporation […]

Michael would be a better choice

Monday, August 1st, 2005

John Bolton was made ambasidor to the United Nations yesterday in yet another unilateral decision by good ol president Bush himself. The reasoning…. Bush said that Bolton would not have received a fair vote if it was left up to congress. No shit, the guy regarded the UN as a useless institution, and given the […]