2015 is almost here.. just hours to go at this point. I suppose I have to come up with "New Year Resolutions" because someone may ask me what mine is/are. It would be good to have an answer?
My New Year Resolution was to NOT make a New Year Resolution!
Being lazy and always looking for the easiest and quickest way to get something done with the least amount of effort/cost I'll check the Internet for popular resolution ideas.
- Lose Weight
- Volunteer to Help Others
- Quit Smoking
- Get a Better Education
- Get a Better Job
- Save Money
- Get Fit
- Eat Healthy Food
- Manage Stress
- Manage Debt
- Take a Trip
- Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
- Drink Less Alcohol
That didn't help at all. These are all things I resolve to do each and every morning. Many of them I'll resolve to do several times a day! Maybe the next resolution will be the one that works. If not I get another shot at it in fifteen minutes.
I gotta tell ya it does my heart good, gives me a warm fuzzy even, seeing Americans all across the country, all ages, colors, walks of life coming out in major numbers to stand in solidarity with the people of Ferguson and Michael Brown.
So powerful it forced Obama into making a public statement and throw some bones of concession about it. He kept a black police officer very close at his side as he did. Damage control. Pay close attention kids.. take special note.. it proves that if the people lead the leaders will follow!
Here is some nice coverage from Democracy Now: The Root is Racism in America: Ferguson Activist Speaks Out on Police Abuses After Meeting Obama
Democracy Now is, once again, showing their qualities. A lot of good perspectives, discourse and going right to "The Heart" of the matter.
Once again we have an election day approaching fast. That annual spectacle of banana republic corruption, fraud, rigging and the MSM TV's deciding for us all who to vote for or not.
It's amazing the banksters can account with complete paper trail accuracy and accountability every single penny electronically transacted at ATMs and online. 100% accurate. Don't even think about pinching a penny from a banker.
Yet when it comes to counting votes it's almost exactly the opposite. Pinch how ever many you want. There are so many ways the count can be and IS changed no accuracy nor accountability we have truly become a banana republic.
Back in July of 1993 a demonstration of The Maharishi Effect was conducted in Washington D.C. Washington D.C. is one of the top ranking places on the entire planet for crime, violence and just generally very high overall negative energy.
Over 4,000 people expert in Transcendental Meditation and Yogic Flying programs from over 62 countries gathered in Washington, D.C. for the demonstration project.
With this massive influx of expert positive energy "transmitters" into D.C. crime dramatically dropped. Once again, it is repeatable, proving the reality of The Maharishi Effect. One has to wonder how well those bribers and bribees in D.C. slept that month.
It's stuff like this that I find myself examining that reminds me of my working days as a computer programmer. Specifically those times in which the computer itself had a major problem with my program resulting in it crashing, being blown right out of the water, and the computer flushing it out of the system.
Yes.. as in toilet.
Getting back to memory associations.. the result would be a stack of paper on my desk 14-7/8"W x 11"L and about 1.5-2" thick. The paper was completely printed with nothing but the numbers 0->7 (base 8 octal) arranged in rows and columns with a reference point thrown in here and there. A memory "dump" they called it. I would have to sift through that list deciphering what the computer thought was happening when the lights went out. It was at those times as this pile of paper was unfolding in front of me I am able to read and understand it I would sometimes come to realize that I really should get out of the house more often? Take a walk in the park? Get some air? Get a life????
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