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Time is running out FAST!!!!!!

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March 23, 2010 – Comments (4)

Home sales fall for third straight month...

35 cities suffer unemployment above 15%

China warns U.S. that 'trade war' will hurt Americans even more

Israel to ask US for bombs in the fight against Iran's Nuclear sites

IRS Needs Additional $10 BILLION to Be the Nation's Health Enforcer...

$10 billion?????  How much health care could be buy for that amount?????

It is just about time...........................................................................as the industrial age shuts down.....and we prepare for the digital age.........................................

Bill Gates wants small-scale nuclear reactor!

It is what it is.......no matter how Foolish you are.........

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#1) On March 23, 2010 at 10:56 AM, ChannelDunlap (< 20) wrote:

I disagree.  I think time is running out SLOWLY.  Or at least at the same pace it always has.  If you wanted to say "We are almost out of time", or even "We are closer to time running out than ever before", OK, I can accept that. 

But in insinuate that somehow time is speeding up, and running out more quickly than it has in the past, well that's just ludicrous.  Unless of course we are slowing down, but then you get into relativity and you have to bring Einstein into things, which I don't think anybody wants.

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#2) On March 23, 2010 at 11:05 AM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

Actually you can.....if we lose 1 million workers out of a workforce of 10 million, we have 10% unemployment.....

If we lose 1 million workers out of a workforce of 2 million....we have 50% unemployment.....

Even if the nominal rate of deterioration remains static.....the lower the base, the greater the percentage deterioration.....welcome to the world of adverse feedback loops.

And with tax receipts reaching critically low levels.....soon you will realize there is simply no money under the current system to pay teachers, professors, and tens of millions of other government workers.....and as they lose their jobs....there won't be any money to pay even more millions of workers that depended on their spending.....

It is the classic definition of Concentric Contraction as a result of Zombulation.

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#3) On March 23, 2010 at 11:32 AM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

AT SOME POINT WE WILL STABILIZE WITH NOTHING LEFT IN THE DIGITAL AGE TO SHUT DOWN.

Brandywine Community Schools - Layoffs Loom

Production Paint Finishers Inc.in Bradford - 66

Naperville Area Schools - 145 non tenured Teachers

Chesaning Union Schools Michigan  - 16

Harlem School District. - 27

Mayor Bloomberg NY Warns of Mass. Job Cuts if State Imposes Cuts - 8,000+ Teachers 

Brighton Area Schools - Expecting only 44

The Appleton School District - 24 in Fall

Update: New Jersey State Aid Reduction - Forces Layoffs at almost every school

Boces Saratoga Springs NY - 40.5

Update: Omaha Public Schools - 224 Before Fall

Whirlpool Evansville Indiana - 465 Layoffs on Friday

El Dorado Irrigation District Ca - 14

Emigration Market in Salt Lake City

Animo Justice Charter High School in Downtown LA

Warner Chilcott to Shut Mason Ohio Office by Aug. - 163 Jobs Lost

Blockbuster is closing its St. Elmo store in Tenn.

A DirectBuy in Columbus Ohio 

Acorn Starts Shutting Down Offices

The Ritz Camera & Image stand at Boscov's at Fairlane Village Mall

Rain Bird Corporation - plastics plant in Tucson, Ariz. To Close Early 2011

Christian nightclub the Body in St Louis

Cabal Online Game Closing Down March 31

Elmhurst High School in Fort Wayne

Jac-Lyn's Hallmark in Lake Wylie 

Mount Forest Elementary School Recommend for Closing

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#4) On March 23, 2010 at 12:02 PM, BillyTG (29.28) wrote:

Guys, time is relative. And yeah, Einstein knew what he was talking about with regard to this point.

In any case, I find the blog title interesting and perplexing, not unlike Stephen Hawking's Brief History of Time. Nice job.

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