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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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Why make drugs illegal, when we have our medical system fighting the cause that drugs can do our nation. Crime becomes through the need for drugs is so great when the drug user becomes so compelled to utilise this source of evil or is the next cigarette that is smoked is worse.

Most drug users I have met have had problems in there lives first to become a user, than the feeling of being alive is so hard to break.

The laughter has gone out of the life yet it is a positive move we can put back into the life of drug addicts. The laughter can be the medicine that pushes a person... Read More

What is extortion? The underworld dog hounds, the dirt of society that believe the world owes them a living have made there own system that exists. Hard to break when the government allows extortion to be a legal business expense. Yet the police dont see the extortion when it is in front of them. They believe the drunken, drug ridden types that do the extorting for a few wealthy people that are many people away. Allowing the extortion to be at arm's reach.

Fighting the war on drugs, should be we are focused on what is happening. We look at where the drugs have been in the history... Read More

Many of the people in society, will go to bed tonight thinking they have no worries with the stolen television, or the boat that is worth millions sitting in some marina that they haven't used yet. They have just spent the money as this Black money is hanging around like piles or rubbish at some homes.

Money found in roofs, under floorboards, hidden away with the illegal ingredients that are the tools of the trade. Some call the tools of the trade a mirror, tweezers, pill press, hidden money. Or is it hidden?

When they are buying a lifestyle without earning any money and the... Read More

I must be the world’s worst target for advertizing. And yet I am in the prime demographic of those supposedly with high disposable income, in their mid fifties, who are empty nesters etc. And if I am the worst target, are others in my cohort becoming, like me, deaf and blind to advertizing?

Okay, here’s what I do: I skip through the daily newspaper, reading only the headlines (conditioned by Twitter, of course), pausing only at a few to read further if they interest me. I do not notice the adverts, especially the full page glossy ones that act like warning lights for me to skip to the... Read More

I have been following this ongoing debate as to whether free journalistic content on the Internet and real-time amateur photos uploaded from the world’s flashpoints will outpace traditional journalism. No, say the traditionalists: our investigative journalists go deep and cover many viewpoints. Wrong, say the citizen journalists: our information is current and we have no profit motive behind it. We are impartial, counter the traditionalists. You are paid by advertisers, so you have to be politically correct, say the rebels. Our personnel risk their lives in the world’s hotspots and many of... Read More

When I lived in a developing country in Asia many years ago, I looked towards the developed West and was wrapped in envy and a sense of inadequacy. Middle class westerners had plenty of material goods, excellent physical infrastructure, plentiful jobs, rules of conduct that were respected, guaranteed incomes, predictable lifestyles, excellent healthcare and a sense of entitlement that the world and their governments owed them a good quality of life. I felt shafted. In my part of the world we had import bans, shortages of most goods, local industry not worth talking about, corrupt governments,... Read More

I read with interest recently about the rise of the black market, a phenomenon taking place even in some of the more progressive economies like Canada and the USA. Some lesser developed nations have over half their GDP siphoning through the unregulated channel. Whole careers are sustained in the underground economy and entire industries function in this netherworld. And I am not talking about drugs trafficking, arms smuggling, software piracy and prostitution, “industries” that are not necessarily beneficial to society. I am talking about small businesses that prefer cash to credit cards for... Read More

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yeah Shane 'crass' takes on a hole new meaning but these crassholes seem to be part of the social word furniture. Still, crx has probably been crusading as head of the 'numbnut' society for so long it reinforces the quote "ignorance is bliss!" Or is...

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Thanks Barbara and riginal. And to the flogger between you two on this comment string who's had his word (in spades) and validated my article.

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Well 'de-botted' Shane! 'I robot' bots reign supreme do they not? Look it's the same old adage when you write something that one thinks wasn't that special and you get a plethora of hits for some time geographical instantaneous burst? And don't people...


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