We have posted this before. But it never hurts to be reminded
59 Rules of Motorcycling
1.. RESPECT THE PERSON WHO HAS SEEN THE DARK SIDE OF MOTORCYCLING & LIVED!
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“The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.”Albert Camus, French Novelist, Essayist and Playwright, 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature, 1913-1960
It is genius that convinces a people that to be free, they must allow their freedoms to be taken from them. rc
When you ask the Chinese to allow their currency to increase in value, you are asking America to decrease the value of the dollar! rc
In our previous post, Corporate profits soar, jobs flat, do you need more proof of the Kleptocracy
We quoted the second richest man in America, Warren Buffet, as stating:
The third quarter set a record for corporate profits, which came in at a whopping $1.66 trillion, the Commerce Department said.And why should we be exuberant? Unemployment is hovering at 9.6 percent while most consider "real unemployment" to be much higher. So what does one of the richest men in America, Warren Buffet have to say about the current situation?
The U.S. stock market has officially erased all the loses of the financial sector meltdown, and though Wall Street has apparently regained its swagger, the mood on Main Street remains decidedly less exuberant.
With national unemployment easing, but still hovering close to 9.6 percent, the fruits of the corporate sector's good fortune still have yet to materialize. At least one captain of industry, Warren Buffett, questions whether Americans should continue to hope for a trickle-down effect.
"The rich are always going to say that, you know, just give us more money and we'll go out and spend more and then it will all trickle down to the rest of you," Buffett told ABC's Christiane Amanpour on Sunday. "But that has not worked the last 10 years, and I hope the American public is catching on."