Monthly Archives: December 2016

Automated Food – Minimum Workers Answer to Minimum Wage 

AMERICAN DIGEST Essays, News, Notes, and Quotes

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Never Wound a King

Articles: UN Withdrawal: Never Wound a King “Upon this, one has to remark that men ought either to be well treated or crushed, because they can avenge themselves of lighter injuries, of more serious ones they cannot; therefore the injury … Continue reading

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California The Capitol of Fair: City Manager Gets $216,000 Pension  – Average Family Makes $32,000

Out of whack public pension systems essentially are functioning as massive wealth transfer programs, taking from the poor and giving to the rich. Source: Retired City Manager Gets $216,000 Pension in City Where Average Family Makes $32,000 – Hit & … Continue reading

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Auld Lang Syne:  what the song means

Auld Lang Syne: should old lyrics be forgot… what the song means, and eight things you didn’t know about it 7. “For Auld Lang Syne” means “for the sake of old times” That’s a rough translation. More literally, Auld Lang … Continue reading

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How Much Money Do You Need to Save Each Day to Become a Millionaire? | It’s Not Much

How Much Money Do You Need to Save Each Day to Become a Millionaire? | Mental Floss  

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HuffPo Editor: With The Democrats In Ruins, You Have To Ask Whether Obama Was Good For The Party

HuffPo Editor: With The Democrats In Ruins, You Have To Ask Whether Obama Was Good For The Party – Matt Vespa “You look at the destruction of the Democratic Party under Barack Obama’s leadership and you have to wonder, what … Continue reading

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2016 Was Bad Year for Prime

2016 Was Bad Year for Prime-Time Network TV “The big four networks’ ratings are all down double-digit percentages for the fall season. Premiere week for new shows in September was down 12 percent compared to last year, and nothing has … Continue reading

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