Taxing Negative Oil Spill

After dumping oil, spilling oil, burning oil, wasting oil, there is tax to get rid of more oil? Hmm. I actually do not feel like writing on any politics, but it always boils right down to it. This nugget of mislead needs to get put to rest where it belongs. Back in the media that pushed it forth. Instead of a lecture – and use of proper political and financial economic myth – to simply rant, and push this terrorist act back into the garbage can it came from. To allow for more comfortable space for the disintegrating elephant in the room. And to keep an eye out for the donkey that keeps fading in and out.

10 dollar tax per barrel. The announcement got underplayed in media, but apparently I am part of media, so here comes some overplay. Still awaiting the day when my rants can pay for exorbitant rent.

Even students starting business school can recognize the stunt as penal matters. Government refusing to properly tax corporations before, well aware of the ‘creative’ financial myths. But now that digital money disappears back into the digital death it got evoked from, the oil companies are given an ‘incentive’ to SELL. Continue reading

A Code to the Madness?

Information Technology 4From KHADWA: The Code of Truth
By Steffan Stridsberg

666 – Technology

93.

The convenience of computers is everywhere. Even a simple inexpensive $3 watch contains a computer. No longer does it merely tell time; it also can add and subtract, keep time in three different zones, give the day and the date, and beep at predetermined intervals. Computerized voices in fancy cars warn you if you have not fastened your seat belt, that your oil is low, or that you are almost out of fuel. The proliferation of computers has created a strong dependence on them, for real need and pure convenience. The average American’s name is accessed 35 times a day by computer, and this is only the beginning as we become plugged into the ever-growing system. Continue reading

Money Is the Glue That Binds

I thought that working for them was going to help me to be financially successful. I feared walking away from this job, as long as I did not have my own business sorted out. Working all those hours for them and to deal with their harassment, robbed me of the energy to deal with my own business. The longer I stayed on, the more angry and resentful they got, the more energy I had to direct at keeping them at bay. I suffered along with my business.

I chose money over health, and had to pay the price. What an expensive lesson. Whatever I feared that Continue reading