Month: January 2009
I would watch a bunch more infomercials if they were all like this.
Go ahead, put 350 pounds of shit on this… whatever
HAL 9000’s Voice Played 200 Times Slower
Alright, this is kinda creepy cool. Reminds me of some obscure Pink Floyd intro or something. It’s a little long, but at least listen to part of the super slow version of HAL 9000 and I think you might agree.
Citigroup Receives $45 Billion Tax Payer Bailout, Buys New $50 Million Dollar Luxury Jet
Earlier this month, a provision requiring the recipients of TARP funds to give up their corporate jets was stripped from the legislation.
Does this surprise anyone? The audacity of large corporations and the government has no bounds. Your tax dollars have been paying for luxury spa vacations, luxury corporate jets, luxury office make-overs, etc. for a long time now.
The tax payer is responsible for losses, but will see no profits. You are a worker bee and that is it. That is the role that has been assigned to you. If you do not participate in your role, you will be destitute of everything.
The government says these corporations need our tax dollars or our economy will grind itself into ash. But since there is no real over-sight on how these bailout funds are spent, we get to watch companies like Citigroup purchase new $50 million dollar luxury jets. This does not help the average tax payer, it does not stimulate job growth, it does not stimulate the economy, etc. It does nothing but show you exactly where you stand in the grand scheme of things. They are here to take your money and profit off you and your gains or losses – that is it.
Update: Obama officials called Citigroup and told them to “fix it”. Citigroup released a new statement saying, “We have no intent to take delivery of any new aircraft.”
[via: New York Post]
[update via: ABC News]
Life is hard, it is unforgiving, and the goal is to go as long as you can.
These pictures come from a friends friend who lives in Alaska. This caribou froze while standing up in -80Â°F winds on the North slope at the top of Alaska.
[via: Viral Nerd]