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It's been awhile since I have blogged, as I have been working my way through the tough parts of life. But I feel like the current state of the US economy is pulling me back into action. The common factor on most Americans minds is “what is the trouble with our economy?”

You really don't have to look that far to find some answers:

  1. A current presidential, millionaire candidate that has been outsourcing work to other countries in order that his golden pockets get heavier?
  2. A clothing designer who has US Olympic team uniforms made overseas? Yah, that makes sense!
  3. A city mayor, ex basketball player, who thinks the solution to a city's financial woes is building ANOTHER arena for basketball?
  4. A state governor who thinks the solution to rapidly declining funds is to increase taxes on local business and cut much needed services to the needy?
  5. A population of older parents who think ALL successful kids must graduate college with an unending debt of school loans before they even make money or know how to do anything productive at all?
  6. Education officials that need $200k jobs to do…. What exactly? While the teachers and students struggle.
  7. Checkout lines that are robotically controlled by the patrons themselves, while previous cashiers lose their jobs?
  8. A population of prisoners that continues to increase and grow more dangerous but not be valued by anyone at all?
  9. Allowing religious institutions to play politics, own property, devalue opposing populations and yet pay 0 taxes?
  10. A small percentage of Americans controlling most of the money?
  11. Banks being saved by the government for making crooked decisions?
  12. Athletes who make more money than entrepreneurs?

And the problem with the economy is what again???



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Rush opened his big trap again and spews more poison! Rush is certainly mush, and nothing out of his void-like trap can be considered serious commentary. We have to learn not to give this double chip and dip, flabby potato head the hype heis seeking by repeating his filth!

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Well… the squeaky wheel very often gets the grease. Walmart was indeed kind enough to reply to the blog post about Cooking its employees and customers by not utilizing air conditioning in one of its Sacramento stores.

Here is the reply:

Store # 5230

Sacramento, CA.

Dear Mr. Adam Borovkoff,

We have received your concern regarding the conditions in our Wal-Mart Store.

Because we care about our customers comfort we have now lowered the cool setpoints in all of our stores.

I have also created a work order for the RTU units that are not operating properly.

We appreciate you taking the time to send your e-mail.


William J. Barry

Facility Monitoring

Special Projects


Option # 2

You must give Walmart kudos for replying in this fashion and taking the situation seriously. Now we need to check and see if stores are abiding by these same working conditions.

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