— Carl Craig via http://pitchfork.com/features/5-10-15-20/9274-carl-craig/
I ran into a metal pole yesterday. I turned quicker than I should have and the metal hit my thigh, or more accurately, my thigh hit the metal. Instantly, the pain closed in on my muscles. It reminded me of the times when my brothers jokingly punched my thigh and laughed hysterically when I…
Bankruptcy proceedings came to a close. I am happy about bankruptcy, but banks getting paid first…hmm. At lunch you could hear lawyers talking about the Bank of America and UBS scam of getting 20% off the top in years to come.
This article makes sense and it’s a good defense against immigration in a global sense. The problem is that our society still doesn’t understand the benefits of immigration. Once we embrace a more open door policy, then we can start start to look at impact it has on poorer societies.
This Op-Doc video explains why ordinary Americans should be concerned about online surveillance.
"How to Be Alone"
A useful set of instructions for successful solitude from poet Tanya Davis comes to life in this enchanting video by Andrea Dorfman. “How to Be Alone” also inspired a book of the same name, recently released by HarperCollins.
Boeing should relocate to Michigan, says U.S. Rep. Bentivolio
Next time you are in an American Chinatown, take a look at the wholesale boxes. You won’t be surprised to learn they are not getting their shipments of onions, carrots, tomatoes, from the same location at say any non-asian restaurant. With that being said, what are they paying for these products?
When I was at dinner at a very nice Boston restaurant a few weeks back, the restaurant manager was chatting with us and she explained that she racks her brain trying to understand how Bon Me’s costs are so low and they can offer such great tasting items for such a low cost.
Could it be that we will find out (maybe via Premise) that our wholesale prices vary widely from east to west? You may answer no, but what if the amount was so staggering it triggered inflation…or realistically would trigger some major purchasing discussions with suppliers.
I just want lower priced onions that taste nice and sweet.
In January 2012, I stopped going to my local grocery store because the cost of onions went up $.80. I went to great efforts to buy nothing there and to my great pleasure they were out in 18 months. Obviously, incumbents losing power is much more important, but that’s what I complain about.