Tag Archives: greed

Life without Google

I slipped off my anti-Google wagon yesterday. It would have been day four of my life without Google if I hadn’t regressed. Like other addictions, Google use becomes a habit before the unsuspecting victim even realizes it. Every morning, and … Continue reading

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Bloodsuckers

The Republicans vow never to give anything away, except, of course, to the already wealthy. They demand an ever-shrinking government. How will they diminish the varmint? Eliminate taxes on the rich and on corporations, for a start, and protect the … Continue reading

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Greed is good, so is ignorance (not)

Tom Wolfe’s novel, The Bonfire of the Vanities, introduced me to the phrase, masters of the universe. Wolfe’s novel opened my eyes to the immensity of corruption and greed within our financial and political systems. That same year, Michael Douglas … Continue reading

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