About


Just as a heads up, if you are easily offended, then this is not the blog for you.

Hey,

Thanks for visiting.

As a 40-ish Wyomingite, I have been inundated with odd, confusing and downright stupid concepts & behaviors over the years. I have decided that it is time for me to state my opinion on these situations. I promise to exasperate, frustrate, irritate and just plain make you angry. Hopefully, you will no longer perceive these subjects as something that you should turn a blind eye to, and actually start to think about them. I enjoy sharing my opinion and “listening” to yours. Keep in mind, that I enjoy a good debate, also, so “enter at your own risk”. Although I am a firm believer in the full use of sarcasm, I do try to keep things generalized so as not to damage too many fragile egos. Unfortunately, this is not always possible.

Enjoy!

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Echo, don’t believe all the out sourcing goes to India. Philippines, Taiwan, Vietnam and many others are benefiting from these jobs. The unions drove companies out with too high wages. Time to get back to basics. No job, no money means no buy. Prices will come down.

    • Hey Kent,

      Thanks for the comment. I do realize that India is not the only one reaping in the rewards of outsourcing, but it was the one that I run into the most while searching for online work. I can see that you agree with me about the lack of work here in the U.S. reducing the buying power of the average citizen. Would like to hear more from you on the idea of getting back to basics and what that means to you and others around the States. If we can come up with some feasable ideas, we may even be able to get the higher ups to make some changes. If, that is, they are in a mood to listen and accept that lining their pockets at our expense is actually the road to loss of profit and potentially loss of their company & lifestyle.

      Keep up the thinking! I love it.
      Echo.

        • You would think that this would be easy, since even kids just learning math can understand that if you don’t have enough money, then you can’t buy the item.
          Unfortunately, there is something about huge amounts of money that damages the political brain. They begin to hallucinate. They live in their own little world where spending becomes a flexible concept that allows them to buy whatever they want without replenishing. Except through our hard earned dollars, of course.
          My biggest issue is all of the money that they feel they can just give away to other countries instead of reinvesting in the American citizens that put them where they are today. Basic math would take care of a lot of these inequities. Let me know what you think.

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