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  1. Trump and His Bankruptcies

    by , Today at 02:52 PM (Memories of the 28th Century)
    Donald Trump seems to be trying to get as much mileage as possible from his business experience. I won’t belittle that experience. As happens to many real estate developers, Trump or his business entities have gone into bankruptcy several times, and that would be useful experience for a U.S. President, since the government is heavily indebted. Someday, the Fed may stop creating money, and the Treasury may have to default on the billions in debts.

    Regarding his first bankruptcy in ...
    Tags: bankruptcy, trump
  2. *Sigh* Where does the time go?

    by , Today at 02:15 AM (Living Breathing Contradiction...)
    I came back and updated last May...with the promise to be around more...yet more then a year has passed and I'm just now coming back. So some updates and another promise, hopefully I will keep this time, to be around more.

    I have been washing the same load of clothes for at least a week...
    There is a sippy cup somewhere in my car...
    My car looks like toys r us vomited in it...
    I upset the toddler so he peed in my shoe...
    And I've been reading the same ...
  3. Swallowing Lies

    by , 08-27-2015 at 04:17 PM (Memories of the 28th Century)
    It is frightening how gullible most people are. That subject has come up a few times today, so I will honor it with a blog post. Apparently there were aliens on the Moon to greet Neil Armstrong, and there is an ancient alien base on the Moon. There are many websites that have detailed information about human and alien activities on the Moon and on Mars. Some of the information is perfectly serious; some might be legitimate data about those places, and some was clearly put together for humor. ...
    Tags: aliens, lies, mars, moon
  4. Out With The New And In With Old

    I am currently reading Wilderness Tips which is a short story collection by Margaret Atwood, and in one of the stories there was this quote:

    "An interest in clothes of the present is frivolity, an interest in clothes of the past is archaeology"

    I was struck by how ironically true these words are, and it is funny to think of that way.

    I have little to no interest in fashion. I don't follow or care about what is trendy, hip, cool, modern, in ...
  5. Cuba Sanctions

    by , 08-25-2015 at 02:53 PM (Memories of the 28th Century)
    Recently, Obama has tried to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba, and the matter of the trade embargo and the billions of dollars worth of expropriated property have been noticed again. The original amount of the properties was determined to be $1.8 billion, and inflation has brought that up to about $7 billion. A large part of the stolen property is being used by Cuban government corporations, but some has been transferred to cooperatives, individuals, and at least a few pieces were sold to ...