I like to write with a pen on paper. I like food and I like people. I’m a
waiter. I like being a waiter. I like describing food, writing orders,
interacting with customers, giving the order to the cook, serving the food, seeing
satisfied families, couples and people.
I like the job. It fits like a
I used to work at AT&T and while there I was running
Human Resources type sessions about Hertzberg Motivational Hygiene Theory. The bottom line was that the “Work Itself” is
the most compelling reason people are satisfied in a job, and satisfied people
stay in their job. They, AT&T,
turned “Work Itself” into it’s exact opposite, but that’s another story.… Read the rest
A Crime Against Humanity
I’m definitely not an Early Adapter to the technology. I was and Early Adapter to a lot of things when I was “earlier”, but since becoming “later”, I’m slower to adapt. I also am no longer impressed with the “first” of anything.
In all cases concerning our new and improved technologies, screen time has increased and human contact has decreased. The Screen requires our complete attention. We serve the machine in the name of efficiency and profit, and where is all this newly found profit going? Probably the same place all the newly found time we have from all these new labor saving devices, our imagination.… Read the rest
It’s not for being my well being,
…but for any being on the planet
…to be in need just shouldn’t be.
The laws of equilibrium dictate
…that the Political Economy will not equilibrate
…till the wages in Africa
…are at par with the wages here.
IF IT’S NOT CHOCOLATE DON’T EAT IT
2001… Read the rest
In January, Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, authorized the unrestricted commercial cultivation of genetically modified alfalfa from sea to shinning sea. Within one year of this planting, the entire milk supply and cattle feedlot in this country could potentially be contaminated. Next came the sugar beets that account for half of America’s sugar supply. The “third shoe to drop” came as Tom Vilsack approved the splicing of the enzyme alpha amylase into corn used to manufacture ethanol.
Friday January 28, 2011 New York Times, B1 – U.S. APPROVES PLANTING OF MODIFIED ALFALFA
Saturday February 5, 2011 New York Times, B3 – U.S.
… Read the rest
2011 – Most Important Year in History
Over the years, I’ve noticed that the last few weeks in January frequently have some astrological earth shattering news or entrepreneurial opportunity smack me in the face like when I discovered you can use now services from http://elitist-gaming.com for your video games. This year was no different: “The year 2011will be one of the most important in human history“, says ASTROLOGY TODAY (Jan 2011) ….accelerated time of change….incorporate new views…. be willing to innovate…be an agent of change…leap in collective consciousness ….no separation between spiritual and physical …as we help others we help ourselves.” What a positive mouthful, hold on to your hats.… Read the rest