Who Shops on Black Friday?

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Half of CNN’s readers do NOT shop on Black Friday I was checking the news on CNN.com and saw the top 10 deals for Black Friday. I don’t shop on Black Friday, and haven’t done so in over 15 years. They also have a poll asking how much people will spend on black Friday, with […]

Attracting Miracles

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There are currently 23 scientific studies which show that we can help each other attract what we want. Can it be true? I believe it can be true. I believe it is within our power to come together and help each other attract miracles. I know Christians believe in this, but many other faiths have […]

How Much do Bailout Beggars Make?

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Lee Iacocca cut his salary to $1 a year when Chrysler was in trouble. The following statistics are for CEOs for the year 2007 as posted in April of 2007… view these statistics and more on the nation’s top earners at WSJ GM: Rick Wagoner’s $1,283,333 salary + perks : $10.19 million Ford: Alan Mulally’s […]

Laid Off Chicago Workers Occupy Plant

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The laid-off workers hoisted placards saying, “Bank of America: You got bailed out. We got sold out.” I saw this story on one of the cable news networks, but could only find it online at Reuters. The TV version had a brief interview with one of the workers who was asking people to take their […]

Political fund-raisers calling

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My state doesn’t require a registered voter to register with a party, so I should not be on a phone calling list for any political party. And yet I am. I have received Republican fund-raiser calls for years so that’s no surprise. But today, I received my first Democratic fund-raising phone call and I am […]

More gas – now

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The US has a Strategic Petroleum Reserve known as SPR. It is the world’s largest supply of crude oil which is kept in case of an emergency shortage of oil. It was started after the oil embargo of 1973-74. When needed, as in the aftermath of Katrina, the oil reserves are sold to US markets. […]

Schumer causes run on bank

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The Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) are the regulators of the IndyMac bank which was seized yesterday following a panic withdrawal of funds by many of their customers. “It’s the biggest failure in 24 years,” said Chip MacDonald, a banking lawyer at Jones Day in Atlanta. “You haven’t had a lot of failures of that […]

Flirting

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I just joined MyLot.com the other day and I have found it quite fun to answer some of the questions over there. You can even earn a little money if you participate regularly. You earn from referrals too. Plus, it’s a good way to discover new topics for blogging. I answered a question about flirting […]

Torturing the poor in America

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Have you ever noticed that our society in the USA is a society favoring the wealthy and torturing – or at the very least, tormenting, the poor? Think about it. Those who cannot afford to pay their utility bills on time, but have to wait for the next paycheck, usually end up paying exorbitant late […]

Miracle Money

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In light of my last post, it is only befitting that I share my experience of receiving a miracle of several hundred dollars, which has almost enabled me to be caught up on my bills. God does provide, when we least expect it, and sometimes when we have lost hope and just given in to […]

Why not ME?

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Can you believe that MySpace.com could be worth around $15 billion within three years, measured in terms of the value created for shareholders of its parent company, News Corp. MySpace was acquired by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. for $580 million less than a year ago. It now boasts more than 90 million active users. Wow, […]