Friday, May 27, 2016

Sand, home of the heads
of millions of Americans

 It's the same with the gender dysphoria/transgenderism

 ` So how do you influence the results of a medical report? The NFL made a $30 million donation to the National Institute of Health for a study on CTE and football. Then they crawfished on $16 million of it to influence their findings.

One of the best movies I saw last year, Concussion was a sleeper that detailed the doctor and his findings on CTE. If you haven’t seen it, you will be highly entertained.

 ~ A single company in China just replaced 60,000 workers with robots. Coming to America soon! Let the minumum wage go to $15 and hour with mandatory health care and we will watch a great deal of machines replacing workers. Sadly, it seems many machines provide better service than people.

 ~ Members of drug cartels in Mexico who chose to get into a gunfight with Federales don’t get wounded or arrested like they do here. If you choose to fight against the government in their war on drugs, execution looks to be the outcome . Talk about a cost saving measure.

 ~ President Obama and his family must like the amenities provided by Washington D.C., they’re buying a 9 bedroom, $6 million home a mere 2 miles from the White House. I am reminded of the old saying, “Keep your friends close but your enemies closer.”

 ~ Florida has declared war on Lionfish by making an open season and having an annual summer tournament for divers to catch the fish. They will soon be available for your consumption at Whole Foods for around $9 a pound. What a way to make a living.

 ~ The downside to having a successful blog that serves as a gossip column is that lawsuits can be very expensive. Gawker, now looking for financial aid, has made a powerful enemy who is using his wealth to take them down. Even though they’re based offshore, they’re not exempt from slander, karma, justice and a greedy legal system.

 ~ And lastly, some tips for taking your iPhone abroad. Can you imagine your life without a cell phone? Americans seem to trust the wireless device more than an ancient wireless device used around the world daily called prayer.

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