140123 – ATM and Windows

Today’s Items:

Bullion Bank Lawsuits?

According to John Hathaway, the German authorities investigation of the London fix could lead to a very similar outcome as LIBOR for gold and silver.     As a result, paper alternatives to physical gold and silver would be questioned and we would see a massive price divergence between paper and physical.     In addition, lawsuits by Unions and miners against big bullion banks, because the havoc caused to the mining industry by price suppression, would prevail.   Of course, the paid-off judicial system will rule for their financial “sugar daddy.”

4th Hottest on Record

Officials at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that 2013 was the 4th hottest year on record for the planet.      Yes, the propaganda for the push for the global carbon tax continues.    Never mind that many of the weather monitoring stations are no longer in ideal locations and are gathering currupted data.


Perhaps 70 to 85% of 2.2 million who enrolled in Obamawreck have paid their first month’s premium.     That means between 220,000 to 440,000 people will be dropped for non-payment.     In addition, like a cult, it is hard, for those who can pay, to get out of this fraud.     This fraud is for those who can pay only.

ATM Security Alert

95% of the ATM’s run on Windows XP and 85% of them have hardware that cannot support Windows 7, or later.      This means that when Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP, this April, many of these machines may be vulnerable to hackers.     In the past, these problems would have been resolved months in advance; however, this is not happening.

Mini Deathtrap?

Of the eleven 2012 and 2013 mini-cars tested in a 40 mile an hour collision test, only the Chevrolet Spark received an acceptable rating.     In addition, every mini-car tested, including the Spark, was rated ‘Marginal’ or ‘Poor’ for structural integrity.    So the race to fuel economy comes at a price as one can see with the video of the Chinese car crash test.

Ethics Complaint

An ethics complaint has been filed against Senator Harry Reid.     What is even more funny is Barbara Boxer co-chairs the Senate Ethics Committee.     Gee, you just can’t make this crap up!

Bill Gates

NSA collaborator Bill Gates says that not all Government spying is bad.   From his warped perspective, that may be true.   What’s next?   A video of the late Steve Jobs saying the NSA is good for you?

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.     Good Day!

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Doctor Panels Recommend Fewer Tests for Patients

News Flash:

A group of nine medical specialty boards plans to recommend that doctors perform 45 common tests and procedures less often, and to urge patients to question these services if they are offered.  The recommendations represent an unusually frank acknowledgment by physicians that many profitable tests and procedures are performed unnecessarily and may harm patients.  So, for all these years, doctors did not have the patients best interest in mind, but to make a fast buck?  Gee, who could have seen that coming?

Another so-called benefit from rising medical costs.


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