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CARRIER “JOBS DEAL” WAS LIKE SHOOTING FISH IN A BARREL

Many worried workers at the Carrier air conditioning assembly plant in Indiana breathed a sigh of relief when the company appeared to back down from it’s intentions to move assembly to Mexico. On the surface, it appeared to be a great victory by President-Elect Donald Trump. But, the details of the claimed deal let some […]

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ADD YOUR OWN FUNNY CAPTION-RAMA

Some interesting lighting during a dinner with Mitt Romney left President-Elect Donald Trump looking interesting. It’s more than easy to add your own funny photo captions here…

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FORD’S $10,000 INDIAN IMPORT SUV COULD TEST NEW TRADE POLICIES

Part of the surprising victory by Donald Trump was from his support in “Rust Belt” industrial Midwest states by appealing to blue collar workers with a view to bring jobs back to America. For the 2018 model year, Ford is planning to import copies of it’s $10,000 Indian-built Ford Ecosport into the U.S. This is […]

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HOW LOCKHEED MARTIN’S REVOLUTIONARY FUSION REACTOR WILL CHANGE THE WORLD

Lockheed Martin may be best known as being a leading high tech aircraft builder, but the company has far more research projects it funds. At the company’s Skunk Works research center, scientists have been working on compact nuclear fusion reactors so small they can fit on the back of a truck, yet one single reactor […]

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DOLLAR TREE’S TOTALLY AWESOME PRODUCTS GET 5 STAR RATING!

With over 400 Online customer reviews, Totally Awesome cleaning products get an incredible 5 star average rating from consumers. While this excellent brand is sold at many retailers, including Walmart, in sizes in the neighborhood of $5 per item, Dollar Tree also sells a wide variety of these 5 star rated products for just one […]

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HOW TO RECHARGE ALKALINE BATTERIES

Alkaline batteries have far different characteristics than your dry cell batteries, where a chemical reaction takes place discharging a current until not enough current can be produced as the chemicals become equalized in the unit. Compared to the older style and lower cost technology dry cells, these different characteristics make recharging alkaline batteries more difficult, […]

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IT’S HOMEMADE NUCLEAR FUSION

Ever since Philo T. Farnsworth, the television invention pioneer, discovered that a high voltage electrical field could be created to heat ions and create nuclear fusion by forcing the heated ions together, it has spurred an interest in homemade nuclear fusion among some home hobbyists. In 1964, Farnsworth and his partner Hirsch built their nuclear […]

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NAME THAT BAND FUNNY CAPTION CONTEST

Nina Hagen, the German-born punk singer was always very controversial for her terrible cover versions of popular songs, along with her make-up that look more inspired by a children’s Halloween party than anything. Equally, her musicians were also less than well dressed. Just for the fun of it, make up the worst and most funny […]

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CHRYSLER SCALING BACK U.S. PASSENGER CAR PRODUCTION AND MODELS

Fiat-Chrysler has read the tea leaves, seeing the real problems the company is having with slow selling passenger car sales compared to strong van, SUV and truck sales. As, one example, the Jeep Division now accounts for 44% of the company sales while passenger car sales lag badly. Despite spending $1 billion in production costs […]

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WHY THE 2016 ELECTION POLLS MAY BE WRONG

The business of the polling industry is very strong these days, with polls flying around each day. While the trend appears to be a Clinton lead at this time, some sampling errors in 2012 should serve as a lesson for the polling industry. In 2012, compared to the average of polls and the actual results […]

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WORLD’S HELIUM SUPPLY NEARS DEPLETION

Helium, that strange lighter than air gas used in party balloons may be completely depleted from the Earth within 20 years. But, far from party balloon use, helium is critical in medical use in MRI units, which account for about a quarter of the gases use, in addition to NASA rockets, LCD display screen manufacturing […]

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THE STRANGE MATH OF CAMPAIGN ADVERTISING 2016

Advertising agencies will be the big winners of the 2016 election with advertising orders at their fastest paces ever recorded. But, some strange trends are developing in spending so far. While the official Clinton Campaign as well as independent pro-Clinton elements are spending on TV advertising at expected furious rates, the official Trump Campaign has […]

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TRUMP TOWER CLIMBER LEAVES BIZARRE VIDEO ON YOUTUBE

A young man who appears to identify himself as “Leven Thumps” a mythical character, posted a bizarre video on YouTube a day before an even more bizarre stunt to scale the Trump Tower to deliver some claimed information to the Trump Campaign, which is headquartered in the building. Police special operations officers trained for dangerous […]

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POLICE FOIL POSSIBLE ARMED BUREAU ATTACK PLOT

Portland Police need to be commended for foiling what appeared to be a possible major threat of some heavy armed attack on one of their community bureau offices by a 39 year old man who had been videotaping shifts of officers and using his van loaded with a giant cache of weapons to observe security […]

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THE 1960 EDSEL COMET

By November 1959, executives at Ford, including President Robert McNamara were disgusted that the Edsel project which had been proposed since 1948 had swallowed up over $250 million dollars of the company’s finances and had decided to end the Edsel car line which only sold a little over 4,800 cars between September to November 1959. […]

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