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203 Responses to Yes Another Great Blank Page For You!

  1. plutocrats says:

    ♪ ♫I wanna blow up planets all night, and party every day♩ ♬

    Hey Jabbalung!

  2. nebdem says:

    Per Politics: http://www.latimes.com/opinion/commentary/la-oe-mcmanus-column-inequality-20131023,0,7173397.column#axzz2iVkuPjdR

    Interesting editorial. I have had the thought of asking whether the idea of a Middle Class is after a historical anomaly? In the case of the U.S., the Middle Class prospered due to the complete devastation of every other country after World War II.

    • nebdem says:

      after-all^

    • RF Dude says:

      Interesting thought. Not only was US infrastructure essentially untouched, but the gigantic war machine that turned out Liberty ships and bombers by the hour was a primed pump waiting to produce “stuff” for people to buy.

      70-years on, overseas labor and infrastructure is more than sufficient to support industry so in search of profit companies have the option of offshoring to reduce costs.

      What I keep wondering is when the American population is reduced to subsistence level is the emerging Asian market (India, China) sufficiently large to consume all of the stuff Americans will be looking at through guarded glass windows in shops they can’t enter?

      Or will a new paradigm emerge – hopefully without the cost and destruction of a worldwide conflict?

      • nebdem says:

        I think they have a good sized population to give it the appearance of being able to sustain, but they will eventually reach a point where they have to make the grand decision in which they allow their economy, capitalist ventures in a Communist country (China), or the social mobility through a caste in (India). A free market place requires individual liberty, both countries are hesitant to concede. This makes them unreliable in my opinion, because eventually the economy in at least one of those two countries will be racked by internal problems due to the stress of it all.

  3. nebdem says:

    So what is new?

  4. Jacko latent says:

    Yea new shoes rub a foot the wrong way.

  5. Caller no. 8 says:

    Have to round up the strays for laundry night.
    bbl

  6. nebdem says:

    I watched a weak movie last night, “Arena,” with Samuel Jackson and some no-name wannabe tough guy playing the lead. It was about firefighter who lost his wife in a car accident, then he is kidnapped and forced to fight in a gladiatorial game on the internet, like something in the Roman Coliseum, but it was in a regular room that had green screens surrounding it, like a holo-deck in 2-D. It was weak let me tell you. It had nothing positive, I should have turned it off because it was too graphic for the sake of being graphic, it ended stupidly, thankfully I fast forwarded through most of the movie.

  7. nebdem says:

    On a brighter note: I started watching “Coriolanus,” which is also on Netflix. Coriolanus was a Roman General. Plutarch wrote about him, a great quasi-biography if you ever get the time to read it. Shakespeare wrote a play about him.

    The movie is set in the modern era. Coriolanus is played by Ralph Fiennes, another character is played by Gerard Butler. I’m halfway through, but it is a neat rendition of the story. I’ve never been big on Fiennes, but he is great in this one, explosive!

  8. Jacko latent says:

    who wants to see how NYC looks tonight?

  9. Lizard Island says:

    Wut in the wide, wide world o’ sports is a goin on here? ~ Slim Pickens.

  10. Jacko latent says:

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