Retail Shopping Experience

Buying in is no longer a enjoyable time. They do not have the products we want as they force market what the corporations want you to buy. The clerks are not helpful and in many cases just ignorant of the products they are supposed to be selling. The stores are unorganized and block egress with displays. The smell is a sick perfume splashed on all the products. This smell makes the product used by someone and not factory new. You get exposed to all sorts of diseases from colds, TB to third world sicknesses. The food is prepared by people who do not respect cleanliness or have the knowledge of what chemicals that are in the product.

Over all finding what I need, my time is better spent at home on line.

Government Run Health Care

Walter Reed Failed to Examine Almost 2,000 CT Scans
Nearly 2,000 radiology scans went unread for several years at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, leading to at least one documented delay in treatment and one physician fearing hundreds more, an internal investigation found

Freedom, Liberty, and Responsibility

Over the life of the United States the culture has changed. When we were a young country the beliefs were that mature adults could control their behavior and provide a civil public space as they had the freedom to live as they pleased in their private space. Laws were few and enforcement sure as criminals met their justice. Today is a different story as many laws to control behavior has encouraged many to get away with what they please in any space. Selective enforcement allows crimes to be common place and few citizens willing to report those crimes because the authorities are only interested in selecting those they want to punish.

Some of the changes involve the beliefs of people coming to this land that do not have the same understanding of the founding fathers. The education system has stopped teaching what the responsibilities of the citizens and has replaced it with teaching job skills and consumerism. Religion has also failed to insure morals and ethics of the founding fathers as they teach, our group verses your group. Onward soldiers marching onto war. There is a big difference between the population 1776 2.5 million and 2019 320 million. There is also a big difference between the cultures and beliefs of those 320 million which makes it impossible to all march to the same drummer. Perhaps the world population has gotten to big for eats finite resources. Perhaps the dream of freedom and liberty is gone as many think they have no responsibility to humanity.

Bond Market

A bond-market warning light that glowed green for years is suddenly flashing red. The bad news for bondholders is that the last time this happened, it was accompanied by the biggest sell-off since the aftermath of the global financial crisis.

Tupelo’s Mayor wants to put Tupelo more in debt to build infrastructure. Tupelo needs better paying jobs not more debt that increases taxes. Tupelo needs to export resources not import them. The average citizen does not get the time to use more city owned socialist infrastructure. Please someone get the Mayor to help the average citizen and worker make more money not have them pay for more follies of the rich. More government money means higher inflation on the costs of living.

Parkinson’s Law

IT is a commonplace observation that work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion. Thus, an elderly lady of leisure can spend the entire day in writing and despatching a postcard to her niece at Bognor Regis. An hour will be spent in finding the postcard, another in hunting for spectacles, half-an-hour in a search for the address, an hour and a quarter in composition, and twenty minutes in deciding whether or not to take an umbrella when going to the pillar-box in the next street. The total effort which would occupy a busy man for three minutes all told may in this fashion leave another person prostrate after a day of doubt, anxiety and toil.

National Debt and Consumption

A panel of climate scientists working for the United Nations are calling for a reduction of the earth’s population in order to stave off global warming.
In a study published Tuesday in the journal BioScience, the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change urged global population control, claiming that major catastrophes are just around the corner if the earth’s inhabitants aren’t drastically reduced.

The problem with reducing population over time is a reduced economy. Reducing the economy means debts will never be paid including the government debt. Money will be worthless.

California Fires

Government regulations are part of the problems California has created for it self. Regulations put in by the CA government make it almost impossible to build new power plants to supply the growing CA need for electricity. Federal laws allow wheeling of power from other states but limit the cost the power line companies can charge for allowing the sold power to move over their power lines. This creates a maintenance problem because the cost to maintain those lines exceed the profit from wheeling. More people using electricity regulations reducing the use of other fuels puts a dangerous demand on an electric system that is only allowed to build wind and solar power which is not safe and cost effective. Many more power lines need to be run through fire prone areas to accommodate these so called environmentally safe power sources.
What’s caused the wildfires?
According to a report filed to the California Public Utilities Commission on Thursday, a “broken jumper” – which connects power lines to towers

TVA spends millions of dollars flying and inspecting the lines and right of way to prevent these problems. It costs much more than the regulated amount paid they receive from wheeling power from one utility to another.

Government Grants.

Mississippi should be ashamed and embarrassed to get government grants. A proud state takes pride in not being a burden on other people. Most government grants come with strings attached like painting bike lanes or forced school busing. The one today that caused a problem is the warning sirens that blasted after 9 o’clock this morning. It has become the boy who cried wolf. I understand there needs to be tests like on the first Saturday each month at noon. But that never happens at the same time. Another problem is the county wide use when there is no need for the southern county to be warned of a northern county problem. This is a result of government grants and people not being responsible for their own community.

If Mississippi does not want the reputation of always being last we need to refuse grants and be proud that we can take care of our selves.

Freedom and Responsibility

I see marketing of new products, drugs, machines, fads, and other things consumers are tempted with. This world economy runs on exchanges of something for something else. The problem is with world corruption are these exchanges fair and just. Do they benefit humanity or take away what it is to be human. For example freedom to abuse your health ends up forcing others to pay for your lack of responsibility. Tax and insurance collected from those being responsible for their freedoms paying for those not being responsible. Government plays favorites with its laws departments and selective enforcements. Bribes, exchanges of favors and other under the table wink and nods result in innocent people getting hurt and paying for decisions by people in power that have no idea of the results of their actions.

The solution is not to save people from their ow lack of responsibility but remove government safeguards and let charity decide who they help and who should live with the results of their own lack of responsibilities.


Noise can contribute to adverse health effects, including sleep disturbance, hearing loss, and decreased performance. Projects and policies can be designed and implemented to reduce noise related to airports and highways and to mitigate the health impacts of noise on nearby populations. Examples include constructing sound barriers around high- ways, using road surface materials that produce less noise, and changing airport runway use patterns, flight path locations, and hours of operation. Trains, buses, planes, and other machines exceed the normal sound human ears can stand. Prolonged exposure to noise damages the ears.

Found that the system significantly breaches the threshold of what is safe for our ears. To protect hearing, both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the World Health Organization recommend an average exposure limit of 70 decibels (dB) over the course of 24 hours. But what we measured exceeds that limit: Our samples show the average noise levels on all subway platforms and on all subway rides (inside subway trains) is between 72.5 and 76.5 dB and between 74.1 and 75.8 dB, respectively. And, with maximum readings actually as high as 119 dB on platforms and 120 dB on rides—based on actual recorded data within the sample—the NYC subway is likely an auditory minefield. (See for full data.)