Monthly Archives: October 2011

More on the extracting of one percenter fingers from our 99% wallets.

Yesterday I mused a bit about ways to whack those one percenter fingers in order to get them out of our wallets. The proposed actions were all within the power of individuals and households. Now I want to talk about … Continue reading

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How to extract one percenter fingers from your personal wallet.

Yesterday’s rant carried on about rent seeking one percenters picking our 99% pockets and suggested that . . . . . . every time those one percenters reach for your wallet to pick some of your hard earned cash, just … Continue reading

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Why we should invite the one percent to unOccupy our wallets.

I would be happy if the top 1 percent in this economy would just get their hands out of my wallet and simply leave me and mine alone. I have no problem with whatever amount of wealth they want to … Continue reading

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Yahoo decides to drive away its customers.

I’ve been a Yahoo customer for many years.  I have so many Yahoo groups to tell you how  many I would have to go look at them and count them.  I use My Yahoo for my computer’s home page.  Generally, … Continue reading

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Occupy OKC is on!

Occupy OKC got underway Monday night, with a great general assembly and the first campout. somehow, even though Monday was a holiday, a permit (which usually takes 10 days) was miraculously procured. maybe someone at OKC Hall doesn’t want to … Continue reading

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The most radical political advertisement I’ve ever watched.

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Occupy OKC Facebook page is disappeared

The extremely active Occupy OKC Facebook page, which was approaching 3500 “likes”, disappeared without a trace this afternoon.  I attended an afternoon meeting of the compassion (formerly spirituality) committee for Occupy OKC, and it was announced there. There is a … Continue reading

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Afghanistan: Ten years later.

Ten years ago, on October 7, 2011, the United States began its war on the people of Afghanistan.  It wasn’t a war on Afghanistan, it was a war on the people of Afghanistan. That’s an important distinction, but one that … Continue reading

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Walnut Grove is gone.

Last Saturday we decided to head out to the Old Paris Flea Market to do a little after-market shopping, and so we turned south on Byers from Reno and after passing under the construction of the “New Crosstown Freeway” we … Continue reading

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