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We are RAPIDLY approaching The Z Point

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January 20, 2011 – Comments (1)

The Z point is where FOOD and FUEL prices reach such high levels that it sucks SUSTAINABLE spending away from the rest of the economy.

The Z point is the inflection point from Zombulation that causes systematic break downs in social, legal, political, and economic systems.  The Z point has been mathematically reached in EVERY nation that tried to print its way out of an insolvency for the past few thousand years.

Reaching The Z Point is inevitable and certain.  The BIG issue for our economy and society is that it is not structured for high FOOD and FUEL prices.  Relatively few in America benefit from high food and fuel prices and few are food self sufficient.

Personally, I am amazed it has taken so long for rising Food and Fuel prices to kick in......but it is now here.....and putting the Genie back in the bottle will be very difficult under the current environment.

Our first priority must be to preserve government to maintain social order.

Secord priority is the preserve the basic rights and needs rights of citizens.

And everything after that is negotiable.

Again, we are a nation and world blessed with sufficient resources to manage us all......under the right circumstances, structure, and conditions...we can not only survive, but prosper.

The current model and economic structure is simply not sustainable for the Digital Age....so never forget, it is not the end of the world, simply the end of a world as we knew it and the beginning of the Udderworld.com.

1 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On January 20, 2011 at 4:18 PM, JerseyShoreGirl (< 20) wrote:

thanks for the clarification re. the meaning behind Udderworld ... i agree, brick/mortor stores are not the way of the future ... for me personally, I know I've become much more comfortable w/ purchasing online, especially from those vendors whose quality I trust and am familiar with ... i can tell the little stores in our downtown area are struggling .... today i took a double take when 2 closed since the last time I drove by .. just gone ... sad, but things are changing ... personally, i'm launching my own small company and I'm going the way of exclusive distribution via a website ... cut out the middleman and decrease overhead ..

alstry, you should look into offering giftcards @ 50% ... I've seen this approach lately .. a limited # of giftcards sold for certain vendors each day ... seems like a great concept to get ppl coming back

Also, I used to live in the Boston area and this website was regularly promoted on my country music radio station .. it's also currently linked at the radio station website ... anyway, I've purchase 50% off giftcards via this site ... loved it and always checked to see what deals were announced each week

http://www.bostonsbigdeals.com/

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