Jack Saturday

Friday, September 12, 2008

Anti-Wage-Slavery, Pro-Freedom Quotations Of The Week 254, 255, 256

I would argue with you though, that the generalization that most Americans are selfish greedy bastards is overstated and ignorant in and of itself. I won't argue with you on the ignorance in America. Ignorance is bliss, and too many here are blissfully ignorant as to exactly why they are getting screwed. Most Americans are just trying to get by, trying to pay bills and live. Which is getting harder by the day. Me and my wife both work two jobs each and it's still not enough, can anyone relate?
RE: This Will All Be Forgotten
Posted by: Elmowilcox
Sep 5, 2008 4:35 AM

Absolutely Elmo! We live in East Texas (used to live in Austin and miss it badly), I am disabled and my wife works odd hours so it is difficult for her to get a second job. It's almost impossible to make ends meet, which I believe may be part of the elite's plan. Keep everybody so busy just trying to survive that they don't have time to pay attention to anything else that is going on around them
RE: This Will All Be Forgotten
Posted by: aussidawg

Sep 5, 2008 8:58 AM

In Kurzweil’s view, what we are dealing with is not a “constant” rate of technological change, but an “exponential” rate, the acceleration of acceleration. The rate of technological change doubles every decade. At today’s rate, Kurzweil says, the world will experience one thousand times more technological change in the 21st century than took place in the 20th century.
Navigating a Breakpoint in History
William Van Dusen Wishard

WorldTrends Research


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