Archive for February, 2015
The world we live is being incessantly bombarded by advertising propaganda, so much so that carnal desires have been grossly subverted. Queues formed to buy the latest iPhone even before the shops are opened. Those vying for the latest gadgets are likely to already owned a good and working iPhone, if not a few other phones or tablets. Why is there such madness in wanting to have the latest iPhone when the older one is working well? More puzzling is the fact that the new phone does not offer anything significantly more than the older one. Read the rest of this entry »
Industry worked together with Ti Cycles to create a bike with a 3D printed titanium frame. The bike is called Solid and can connect to a smartphone app: My Bike. This app alarms a user when a light needs replacement and if something gets wrong with one’s brakes. There is also software called Discover My City, which has a series of routes through Portland’s most trendy neighborhoods, with suggestions about where to eat and shop.
Since 9-11, the “war on terror” became the daily mantra for the Washington mafia. The blame for the 9-11 carnage was solely thrown upon the purported perpetrators whom Washington claimed were Muslim terrorists headed by Osama bin Laden. Al Qaeda became the star of the day, taking every blame for terrorist acts. Muslim related terrors continue to expand into Iraq, Libya, Egypt and Syria. All the uprisings and civil unrests can be traced to the fingerprints left behind by Washington. It was the most successful MSM bliz originated from the White House. Whether 9-11 was a Muslim terror event or an inside job is still a question mark as evidences surrounding the attack cast much doubt in the Washington story. Read the rest of this entry »
Spring cleaning precedes the big bang Spring Festival that is starting today. For many traditional families, the days prior to this great event are consumed with spring cleaning the homes and decking them with festive decor. During this time, the old and useless artifacts are discarded during the deep cleansing of the homes. It is a good exercise to take stock and rid the home of useless junks, while setting a new resolution into the coming year. If necessary, it is a moment to implement drastic changes if things done in the past had gone wrong. Just as in Greece, the election into power of a new political power Syzira offers a window of opportunity to set things right. That was one rare moment for the leader of Greece to recognise that Greece is bankrupt and not to fool themselves into getting into more debt. Australia’s treasurer Joe Hockey made a politically-taboo, but sane warning today – “Spiralling debt is not a legacy we can leave for the next generation.”
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