Thursday, August 26, 2004

Ramblings on the universal theory of everything

The Internet resembles the universe. It opens up like a vast array of shining, information stars just waiting to be seen. In fact it is quite useless and invisible to those who have never experienced it. What counts is the effort to search the Internet. This little fact sprang a fun little metaphor reverberating in my brain. It's not what is there but what you are looking for that matters. In other words we need to physically exert energy to search the Internet for it vibrate anything. The metaphor to me is that waves are definitely sucked and not pushed. While particles are all pushed diescretely. Hey I had to type this in letter by letter!

So how does this fit with mind, body, spirit and cash? Mind starts the sucking, the spirit is the medium, the body is the storage and the cash the information.

It all just fits.

Monday, August 23, 2004

BankOne is Evil

Here I am a small business man trying to make a living. Recently I opened a new bank account, a business bank account mind you, at Bank One. This is my first time using BankOne. Well after this weekend I am pulling my money out of BankOne and advising all others to either avoid BankOne or to go somewhere else.

Here is what happened. Two weeks ago, I ordered checks. Well I went in to get my checks. Well they made a mistake and my checks weren't orderd. OK, an inconvenience as we all make mistakes. So I asked for a few temporary checks. Well, guess what? BankOne no longer issues temporary checks! That was it for me. I mean this is a business account! Where is the services. Oh they are happy to charge me for everything yet they can't issue a check!!! I mean what is a bank supposed to do?

Here they get cheap money from the government and then mark it up and lend it out. And boy do they lend it out. Banks no longer have the assets... it is all fractionalized lending and with interest rates so cheap and our government trying to inflate their way out of these economic hard times, banks are reaping it in! Of course a few might be a bit over extended with all the amazing derivative manipulations but that is a subject something for another time.

Anwyay, all banks really do is move money around in a computer. Big Deal!!! Woo hoo! Brain surgeons there I tell you. And, to top it off they believe that are so intellectual, so smug, so superior that they can tell you that they no longer offer a bank service. Hey, afterall, those temporary checks cost a few cents and are a manual operation! Obviously they can't afford that. If it doesn't go through a computer it just can't be done. Sad very sad. The proverbial shit is going to hit the fan one day soon.

Thursday, August 19, 2004

Sunday, August 15, 2004

A Bill of Rights for Individuals vs. Corporations

It is dear time for a new renaissance. A time for thought that can actually reflect G_d's love and desire for each and every one of us. As a dear departed friend of mine BeBop Sam Thomas used to say "We spare no expense or energy to reach each and every galaxy... including yours!"

The only way to achieve this is to have a completely distributed yet connected network of communications and power. This combination will break the chains of bondage throughout the entire world. I fear it is also the only thing to save us from economic and mortal destruction.

Pessimistically yours,

Thursday, August 12, 2004


Happened upon this link through my various paths along the information highway that I frequent. Some of my favorites lie deep in the conspiracy forest. No matter, I enjoy my travels and the road folk know me well. However, there is some serious energy deep in the green forest and it is no joke.

Wednesday, August 11, 2004


Everywhere I turn these days in the world of technology I am seeing a massive push towards RFID. RFID's will surely catch on and will even increaes efficiencies for our corporations. It is also just another marker on the road towards enslavement and serfdom. As guess one can say, "Nothing important here, keep moving people."

Maybe my next post I will have some thoughts on privacy.

Monday, August 09, 2004

Red Alert Here?

Why would the terrorists want to hurt us here again? I say they would not because they already have us where they want us. They have lured us into too many traps where we cannot win. Our occupation of Iraq is illegal at best and at worst the low moral ground. Is G-D really on our side here?

The terrorists are winning the war. War is not a battle but at the least a series of battles and we the United States of America of decided to start World War III. Now that this great war has started I suggest that the terrorists are smart enough to know that the way to defeat a New World Order America is to hit it economically. It is no secret that America has been enjoying a 30 year ponzi scheme of profits to the financial and legal classes. We have incurred a massive and systemic debt.

This debt could be serviceable based upon us gaining control of the oil assets of Iraq. If the world is to continue growing and inflating, then there better be oil. Well, unfortunately for us, our "misappropriating" leaders have led us completely astray without truth or thoughtful discourse on the issue of oil, control and future growth.

The terrorists will just keep beating us every single day. Drip drop, drip drop, drip drop, drip drop of our neighbor's blood spilt on the faraway lands of our brothers. This incessant killing will be their psyops. The destruction and sabotaging of the various pipelines will be their awe and destruction. Each day absent from the markets forcing prices up up up. Our economy down, down, down. Oh what is that I hear? Red Alert Red Alert.

Friday, August 06, 2004

The Economy Tanks

Well today it looks as though Mr. Greenspan shot his load about six months too soon. His expansion of credit worked for a while but now credit is gonna go searching. We are all refinanced baby... now what?

Bush is out... the economy is gonna do it to him. The only way out is we win the Iraq war and get the spoils, otherwise, it is looking like we could be in for a big loud pop.

Thursday, August 05, 2004

Allright, I'm in. It is time to post my journal. Hey maybe years from now a relative will enjoy it.

Anyway the markets are down, the country is in debt and we are losing the war of Iraq. Things, I think, are about to get a lot worse before they will get better. cheers