In this issue:
Good News | Product Highlight | Brainpower | Finances | Security | Health/Fitness |
Factoid | Thought 4 the Day
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1. Good News
2. Product Highlight
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etc). Take this tiny, easy to use scanner anywhere to use with a laptop or use
it at your desktop or workstation PC.
- Insert scanned text and photos to your PC automatically.
- Scan in another language, automatically translate to English. Or
- Scan without translation, if you desire.
- Scan articles, business cards, small photos.
- Fast and convenient way to scan, archive, and organize.
- Lightweight and portable, take it with you anywhere.
- Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software included, converts scanned
files to editable file formats.
Comes in your choice of black, blue, or red.
To use it, just plug it in and scan. It really is that simple. To set it up
for this simplicity, you just need to install the software suite that comes with
it, and that's a pretty easy process.
Once it's set up, this scanner acts like just another input device. It gives you
an easy way to grab information from a printed page and transfer it to your
computer. This scanner processes the information via Optical Character
Recognition (OCR), and performs other subsequent tasks so you can use the
information more easily.
Because of its compact design, you can pack this scanner in your luggage or
briefcase. Or even carry it in your pocket. Take it with for sales
presentations, field audits, contract negotiations, or other situations in which
you could benefit from capturing documents to your laptop.
3. Brainpower tip
"Hindsight is 20/20." You've probably heard this before, but did you know you
can use it to your advantage to get that 20/20 in real time rather than after
you have regrets?|
In what passes for a culture, we are highly encouraged to
react instead of respond. Now, now, now, with no time to think. So thinking
doesn't happen, until afterwards. Then we feel stupid for what we said or did
What happens between that immediate reaction and the hindsight? A few things:
- Sorting of the facts.
- Calm assessment.
All of these are absent in a reaction. Typically, an event does require some
immediate reaction. For example, your boss comes by your desk and tells you, "I
want you to stop working on Project ABC." Then before you can say anything, your
boss walks away. This was an important project, and now you're steamed. A few
minutes later, your boss comes back down the aisle.
You could react by letting your boss have it, complaining that you don't feel
appreciated, and then blaming your boss for some problem with the project.
There, that felt good.
Or, you could react by saying, "That was rather abrupt. Can we talk about
If you choose the second and your boss says, "Not right now" and walks off
again, what does that say about you or your position? Actually, it says nothing.
Your boss isn't happy with your performance. Take a look at what you've
done and see how likely that is to be the case.
ABC has changed the project requirements, not paid their bill, or in some
other way caused your company to put a stop on the project.
XYZ just offered your company a big project, and based on your
performance on ABC, your boss wants you to head that up.
By keeping your reaction minimal, you leave room for an intelligent, planned
response. You can gather information, sort out the facts, analyze the data and
the situation, weigh alternatives, and calmly assess what the best response
During a reaction, your brain doesn't have time to fully work on the
situation so you can easily end up looking stupid. But if you buy time to
develop a response, then you can bring all of your brainpower to bear on the
situation, problem, or opportunity.
Rather than wish you'd had 20/20 hindsight available when you were dealing
with a situation, problem, or opportunity, you can actually have it
available when you are dealing with a situation, problem, or
The key is to separate reaction from response as much as possible.
4. Finance tip
Obamanomics is working just as any informed individual would expect it to:|
Disproven central planning economic models based on 19th century thinking
have the effect they have always had. And it's really bad. Thus, Obama is not
progressive. He is highly regressive. The theories upon which he's presumably
basing his economic devastation have always defied logic and have always
produced disastrous consequences. They were shed by intellectually honest people
over a century ago.
Even if you've managed to keep your job, the fallout from this crime spree
(e.g., the job losses resulting from it) do affect you. The ways are legion,
because we live in a society rather than as islands. Didn't someone famous say,
"No man is an island?"
How many of us
let our misrepresentatives in CONgress know this is NOT "OK"? What
does it take to goose someone into objecting to the looting and plundering, as
well as the other illegal activity?
We need to move into the 20th century with economic policy. That would be a
huge leap forward. Sure, you don't make these failed policies (you are too
honest and/or too smart for that). But they do have an adverse effect on your
financial health. For most Americans, nothing has more of an adverse effect than
these failed policies.
Go to the Websites of your misrepresentative and two senators, and fill out
the little form. Make a note that such tings as corn subsidies (actually, they
are "RoundUp in the food supply" subsidies"), gross
overspending on the military (an expeditionary force of the empire, not a
defense force of the people), and foreign aid to countries that will hate us no
matter what we do are not acceptable. Add your own pet peeve or two about where
your tax dollars are being wasted. Then make a note to do this whole thing again
in 5 weeks.
If enough people do this, perhaps we can at least take the edge off the
stealing, fraud, waste, lawlessness, insanity, and general mayhem that ensue
when CONgress starts dispensing OUR money.
There's a reason that members of
CONgress become millionaires in only a few years, and it isn't from serving us.
It is from robbing us. Tell them it's not OK.
5. Security tip
No peasant-class American is safe from the capricious predations of the
Institute of Reprobates and Sociopaths. Each year, thousands of innocent
American citizens people are rendered jobless, penniless, and homeless simply
because so many employees of this organization are astonishingly lawless, vindictive, and
unaccountable. As is the organization itself.|
It doesn't matter if you did nothing wrong, as 4300 victims of
Kevin Brown's Hoyt Fiasco found out.
If your name is Rangel or Geithner, of course you have no problems with these
criminals (Geithner Song).
But regular, decent people are merely targets to the psychopaths in this rogue
This organization serves no legitimate purpose. Its alleged tax collection
activities are 100% redundant with other taxation mechanisms used by the states.
If Congress taxed each of the 57 states (thank you for the update, President
Obama, in my ignorance I thought there were only 50) by apportionment, the present alleged purpose of this organization could
be handled by one old lady in Toledo working part-time from her home.
The single greatest improvement to your total personal security would be the
outright elimination of this organized crime unit. Take a few minutes to Bing
(or Google) some horror stories (there are plenty), then contact your (mis)legislators
and ask what they are doing to end this insanity. Don't frame it as a tax
question, frame it as a crime question.
Elizabeth Warren won the MA Senate race mostly on her claim of being a
champion of regular people. Write to her and ask her to champion regular people
by putting an end to the single largest security risk Americans face today. Each
year, many Americans see that risk turn into tragedy. It could be you, if this
is not stopped.
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
The lamestream media have grossly mischaracterized several recent murders by
calling them "shoe violence." All of the criminals wore shoes, so it must be the
shoes that did the murdering, right?
No, wait. They didn't say "shoe." In a
list of some 30 recent multi-murders, none of the victims had a firearm. Thus,
these are "gun violence." Some people mistake that ill-worded phrase to mean the
killers all used guns, but the violence was accomplished by using various
implements, and I think in addition to multiple stabbings in two cases these were bare-handed bludgeonings. The
only commonality in relation to guns is none of the victims had one, which is
why they ended up being victims.
One solution is to ensure all potential victims are armed and trained to use
firearms. But with the violent criminal safety advocates in CONgress working
against law-abiding citizens, a better
solution is to solve for the causes of this violence.
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All of the killers were on prescription psychotic drugs. But were those drugs
the root cause?
No, they were an
The root cause of these killings is the
neurological poisoning done by Monsanto. People who eat wheat, corn, and soy
(or products made from them) are taking in prodigious amounts of a
neurotoxin known as RoundUp. Destroy enough of the brain's neurons, and
someone who is close to being pyschotic becomes pyschotic. Think of the classic
mean drunk; in this case, the neurons are merely anesthetized. With Monsanto's
product, they are permanently destroyed.
We have empirical
evidence of RoundUp's brain-disabling effects.
And here's just one example. For many years, nobody knew
why the bees were dying off. But now we know.
beekeepers take a portion of the honey and leave the rest for the bees who
made it. Just as factory farms poison cattle and other animals with a corn
diet instead of a grass diet, so do today's large-scale beekeepers. They
remove way too much honey, then replace it with high fructose corn syrup.
First of all, HFCS is an endocrine modifier, and it seriously jacks the bee
But all HFCS, even
the HFCS in the soda that many people inexplicably drink, contains RoundUp.
That's because nearly all corn today is Monsanto's "RoundUp Ready" GMO corn.
Contrary to Monsanto's propaganda, RoundUp is persistent (verified by
several independent labs in Europe). Once you spray it
on a GMO plant, the animal who eats products made from that plant will
What's going on with
the bees is their brains are MessedUp by the RoundUp. They can't navigate
their way back home, and instead of bringing food vital to the hive they
die. Alone and probably afraid. Those in the hive then die
Just as the solution
to the "healthcare" crisis is as simple as ending the corn subsidies
(due to the vast number of diseases caused by the modern corn passed along
as "food"), the
simple solution to the violence epidemic is to ban RoundUp. Banning this
ubiquitous neurotoxin would also save the bees, lower the rates of MS, slow
down the spread of the stupidity epidemic, and have a host of other
It follows that Roundup
is a key component of the govt's stupidity epidemic program, as it makes
people stupid and govt leaders are well aware of this. That means an uphill
battle in banning it, as making sure people are stupid is essential to the
continuation of the gangsta govt. Anyone who thinks the stupidity epidemic
is merely accidental has already been infected.
We might discuss how to
get Roundup banned. I think it can happen, if enough pressure is put on Home
Depot (and other sellers of this toxin) and on our misrepresentatives in
CONgress. How many of those misfits/misreps are on the Monsanto payroll is
hard to say. But that is a long-term battle with an uncertain outcome.
importantly, what can you do NOW to protect yourself from this terrible
toxin? To eliminate RoundUp from your diet and your environment, boycott wheat,
corn, soy, and the other GMO crops. And watch those pet foods!
Check the label on any kibble (dry pet food) you buy. If you see corn, just
remember that today it's a synonym for "Neurotoxin and Endocrine Disruptor
Your personal boycott
will hardly bring down Monsanto's evil empire. But at least your dollars
won't go to support that corporation, and how you spend your dollars
is the ONLY way you actually vote in the USA. And, of course, there is that
nice benefit of not poisoning yourself and your family with this toxic
Nothing prevents Monsanto from leaving the dark side
and producing products that help, rather than harm. So it might also be good
to write to individual board members of Monsanto and ask why the company
can't produce something that isn't horrendously negative for living
creatures. Their PCBs are found in penguins, for crying out loud. Haven't
they done enough damage already?
www.supplecity.com, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative
articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to
do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:
- The best workouts are short and intense.
- A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction
than the typical American diet.
The average number of people airborne over the U.S. in any given hour: 61,000|
The average number of regular people robbed by the banksters and their employees
in CONgress in any given hour: All of us.
8. Thought for the Day
You don't have to look very hard for signs of lazy thinking, as it's everywhere.|
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