Jonathan Kriebel

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Dirk Dastardly lives…

Well, here is a story from “real-life” in Germany. Once upon a time, we had a friend that was our insurance agent. Shite, we knew him since the shop where he worked rented VCR tapes, and later DVD’s. He was working at the shop while studying to be an insurance agent. Jeepers, it was a …

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Does anyone remember The Nuremberg Code (1947)?

Permissible Medical Experiments The great weight of the evidence before us to effect that certain types of medical experiments on human beings, when kept within reasonably well-defined bounds, conform to the ethics of the medical profession generally. The protagonists of the practice of human experimentation justify their views on the basis that such experiments yield …

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Well, it took a bit. (Jeepers, TEN YEARS!) Well we are back.

Back again from hibernation.

It it hard to believe that it has been ten years since the last post here. Well, Crikey, a heck of a lot has happened since then, and I am very horrified to see how things have gone downhill in a catastrophic way. How about that Trump thing? What about draining the swamp? One of …

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Maybe this could be called ‘Part 4’ but really you should have all the info you need by now…

If you are looking for more information about the protest against banks and Wall Street, then you did not follow all of the links in the previous posts…However I am sure there will be something pertinent in the following… Well, recently in the news was a report of a ‘Terrorist Plot’, or whatever your chosen …

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Once again? ‘Where’s the Beef?’ Protesting is great, but I would like to see some solutions…

OK, so in the last post we covered a bit about banks, investment and the Federal Reserve.  One of the things that has been bothering me since hearing the first reports of the ‘Wall-Street occupation’ is that there seems to be absolutely no direction to the protests.  Of course people are frustrated, heck I have …

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OK…Part 2….let’s improve the curve.

Alright, for those of joining us late, or coming late to class, please refer to the last post: What do banks do?.  No problem, I’ll wait until you catch up.  As they say here, “the paper is patient.” I will have you know I am missing the Germany vs. Turkey Football (Soccer for those in …

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Banks? Jeepers. People have a really shallow learning curve…a bit of info so you know what you are protesting against.

Well, for those of you who missed the first ‘warm-up’ on economics, look here:  Economics 101. Here is Banking 101. As an intro, you might want to read this: Billions for the Bankers; Debts for the people.  [amazon_link id=”B0028GAVXA” target=”_blank” ]Billions for the bankers, debts for the people.[/amazon_link] Read it, and you can spare reading …

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Jobs Program? Where’s the beef?

  Ok, it has been ages since I have written anything, and here is probably the least productive use of my efforts, but as they say in Germany “ich habe jetzt meine Schnauzevoll!”   (Try google translator if you don’t understand.) I have been harping for years; that would be for almost 20, about the ‘big-box …

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I cannot believe that reality is so hard to understand. Perhaps you are too busy?

I have not finished this piece yet, but as I have provided a link to it, need to put in online. Content includes the following (Commentary to follow shortly). Made in America – Diane Sawyer Check the can before you buy China ate my Jeans Blog A tale of two cities A tale of two …

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