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65 days ago.
by slinky
BobDahler
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"Union fat-cats...myth or reality?"

So...you think labor unions are run by cigar chomping "Union Fat Cats", who receive outrageous salaries and benefits, while living a life of luxury comparable to Saudi Arabian Princes, lording their unrestrained power over the entire United States of America... all on the backs of the union-enslaved workers they represent. Here's your chance to prove it.

 
 

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absolem

OWO...someone has to point out the strange person standing in the corner discussing to themselves their internal indecipherable thoughts. some thoughts should not be uttered.

Posted 495 days ago.

absolem

"GO WALKER"

Posted 496 days ago.

absolem

OWO...you are truly a silent voice in space. does your caretaker(s) or local mental health professionals know you are out roaming in society and egads..much worse....have access to a computer? remember when being called a hacker was simply being someone with a persistent cough?

Posted 496 days ago.

absolem

That piece aligned with the article I referenced. regarding OWO and their biometrics reference. I don't think current biometric techniques involve a violation of one's largest organ. I may be wrong and if I am I am certain to be corrected.

Posted 505 days ago.

BeRight

absolem: the Today show had a piece on the chip. Showed a guy trying to get in a door. Held his hand in all kinds of positions and the door did not open. The Today show hosts chuckled but the door FINALLY opened.

My conclusion was the FORD SUV "swing your foot under the car to make the rear door open" worked a lot better and you did not have to have something stuck in you body

Posted 505 days ago.

absolem

moderation...i am glad you are going to read the article. if i recall, some time back there was an initiative to start "chipping" children. that did not go over too well. i see several issues with the chipping..none being paranoia. anyone that desires a chip now can pitty-pat their way to any veterinarian and have them slip one in. heck they might even give you a treat. that way if they decide to scurry off and are found scrounging in the trash a good animal control officer can whip out their chip reader and take 'em back home.... possibly in time for supper.

Posted 507 days ago.

NasCarNut

LOLOL oh this is amusing to watch

Lol, I'll have to agree with you on that...

Posted 507 days ago.

NasCarNut

perhaps one day the pension you receive or your retirement benefit 

No worries, those won't be aound by then...or so the Repubs say...

Posted 507 days ago.

NasCarNut

Yeah , next will come the mark of the beast 666 !

Lol, where does all the paranoia come from on the right??...

Posted 507 days ago.

moderation

I will read that piece,absolem.

Posted 507 days ago.

absolem

naturally i did not post the entire article but it is not something scoff at. it is the future and something that we should all be keenly aware of. perhaps one day the pension you receive or your retirement benefit will require micro-chipping. you may even see it in your lifetime...which i hope is a long time for you even though you can be as antagonizing as i.

Posted 507 days ago.

absolem

from the same article.

When I tested my chip, I found that it was not all that intuitive - I had to twist my hand into an unnatural position to make the photocopier work. And while some of the people around the building were looking forward to being chipped, others were distinctly dubious. "Absolutely not," said one young man when I asked him if he'd sign up. An older woman was more positive about the potential of the technology but saw little point in being chipped just to get through a door.

But Hannes Sjoblad says he and the Swedish Biohacking Group have another objective - preparing us all for the day when others want to chip us. "We want to be able to understand this technology before big corporates and big government come to us and say everyone should get chipped - the tax authority chip, the Google or Facebook chip." Then, he says, we'll all be able to question the way the technology is implemented from a position of much greater knowledge.

Posted 507 days ago.

absolem

OWO.....from the BBC: Want to gain entry to your office, get on a bus, or perhaps buy a sandwich? We're all getting used to swiping a card to do all these things. But at Epicenter, a new hi-tech office block in Sweden, they are trying a different approach - a chip under the skin.

Posted 507 days ago.

absolem

moderation...did you happen to read about a company in sweden that is implanting their employees with pet-like chips in order for them to access the facilities as well as computers, phones,copiers...etc....it is a stunning and thought provoking glimpse of the future.

Posted 507 days ago.

moderation

Yeah, the SS trust fund has considerable potential to test the integrity of our elected lobb, I mean officials.

Posted 507 days ago.

absolem

stale or not...it's your bread, might as well get the butter.

Posted 507 days ago.

absolem

OWO...the tide will change as we will have a new president in a couple of years. i am hopeful and fairly certain that they will have their own agenda. in that i am certain. i hope you will be wise enough to admit that unless it is Obama's solution it will not be passed. a little exercise for you OWO, compile a short list of wealthy democratic benefactors that control the democratic party...let me start you out with one....he's a biggie...George Soros. feel free to stumble upon any more that you wish to find. your laser focus of political savvy should surely make this exercise a cake-walk. speaking of cake....

Posted 507 days ago.

absolem

in addition....the solution to many problems lie in the simplicity of not allowing the problem to exist in the first place. while many problems occur without notice, many are preventable and it is this fact that puts us in the positions that we currently find ourselves in. prevention is the key.

Posted 507 days ago.

absolem

nascarnut...would you expend too much energy in crafting a bill that will be heartily rejected by the stroke of a pen or bide your time until the tide changes and a favorable opportunity presents itself? the biggest problem in government right now is governement itself. in many ways the United States seems to have forgotten who she is and what she actually represents. that begins and ends with the CEO of the The United States as he (at the moment) decides the path in which she travels. while Mrs. Obama can finally be proud, i can say that i have never be more disappointed. the President has not IMO been a stellar representative for its people. we are an exceptionable nation that is full of charitable and caring people. if we were not the hopeful beacon in this world, then why would so many risk their lives just to reach our shores. could the answer to that question simply be Obamacare and free money???? at this point in time...you betcha!

Posted 507 days ago.

NasCarNut

 If everything is bad then your side must have a solution or two !

Crickets...

Posted 508 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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