Is the Joke On Women?

January 19, 2013 — As you may recall, since I’ve mentioned it a few times, that I’m in  the process of writing my next book (concurrently with finishing the update to  “How to Live on $10,000 a year, or less” [4th edition].  The new book is “Cradle  to Grave: Everything’s a Business Model” and it is an unabashed rethink of what  the sheep have been taught…things like the history of the Women’s Movement.   This week I’ll give you a short chapter first draft on exactly this poiont and  present statistics that show the main beneficiaries of the women’s moment may  have been…MEN  and corporations.  Whether this was a good thing (furtherance  of human rights) or just a business model (more jobs competition) designed to  hold down labor costs and wreck the nuclear family, we can debate all day.   Which we can after first delving into a few warmer-upper headlines to get the  old blood pressure up.  With some help from that hardest working woman of all…Mrs.  Olson.

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Things We Don’t Talk About In Public

January 16, 2013 — This morning we open the mail bag and there are plenty of  ‘forbidden topics’ kinds of questions that we don’t necessarily want to be  looking at or talking about in public.  So this morning, for subscribers only,  some answers to questions that people are asking – hard ones – that we normally  don’t mess with.  After our usual dose of morning headlines, of course…

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Is Gun Insurance the Answer?

January 9, 2013 — I had a chance this week to arrive at something of a truce with a ‘liberal’  friend who is very much in the anti-gun camp.  By sharing our concerns back and  forth we’ve hammered out some ideas that may have some merit.  Then, there’s a  short recap of last night presentation to the local ham radio club – some  thoughts on emergency power systems for ham radio operators should the ‘stuff’  hit the fan.  This is an important issue for a lot of people besides hams – like  seniors and COPD victims who have to use an oxygen concentrator, for example.   But, as always, we’ll start off with a couple of cups of coffee on charts and  headlines, since darn near everything depends on the operating environment  around us…

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