John Coleman, founder of The Weather Channel, and life-long weatherman, debunks the “global warming” lies.

http://www.tpnn.com/2014/03/17/weather-channel-founder-explains-the-history-of-the-global-warming-hoax/

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My reading eyeglasses from ZENNI OPTICAL work just fine! $18 for a pair that Walmart would have charged $180!

An article on the website MENTAL FLOSS said that opticians and optometrists get THEIR eyeglasses from ZENNI OPTICAL. Check them out.

http://www.zennioptical.com/

Remember to get your PD (pupillary distance) from the eye doctor DURING the eye exam. They will refuse to give it to you afterwards. Also, for reading glasses, take your PD and subtract 3 from it to get the proper PD for reading glasses.

Good luck!

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What could you do with the money saved by not having children? Apparently a lot. EXCEPT….

You can’t buy a slice of immortality with money. You can only get that WITH CHILDREN.

In case you’re STILL not interested in having children, here’s what you could spend your savings on:

http://vt31459.viralthread.com/

Enjoy!

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The job market bullshit never ends: Shotgunned email from another dipshit staffing agency, Pioneer Data Systems, Inc.

02/16/15 4:17 PM
Hello John,
My name is Alex and I’m a Recruiter at Pioneer Data Systems, Inc. Our records show that you are an experienced professional. Your experience is relevant to one of my current openings.
We have the following requirement in __________, __________:
Job Title: Jr. Financial Analyst

Description: Responsible for the timely, accurate, approved entry and maintenance of trade promotions in SAP Trade Promotions.
Responsible for the timely, accurate, approved entry and maintenance of trade promotions in SAP Trade Promotions.
Manage results against defined operational metrics. Meet or exceed all defined guidelines, especially those related to timing and accuracy of entry prior to buy start dates.
Drive Sales results through strong verbal and written communication and issue resolution
Maintain a strong control environment with accurate trade accruals, contract approvals and verifications.
Create an inclusive and cherishing environment; model leadership behaviors
Forge favorable strong working relationships with key constituents and cross functional partners (e.g. Sales, Sales Finance, Customer Finance Services)
The candidates must at a minimum, have graduated successfully from college; have a degree in Finance or Accounting; and, if possible, have at least 2 years working experience in a financial role (e.g. financial analyst, financial planner).

Additional Job Details: 2-4+ years of financial work experience; Client experience preferred Undergraduate degree required, accounting or finance required Previous hands-on knowledge either of SAP or other integrated transaction processing system Knowledge and or proven learning agility related to BEX reporting and or Excel Basic accounting and audit principles understanding Strong analytical and critical thinking skills Ability to manage multiple time sensitive projects Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to function well in a team environment
Additional Description Details:
Education:

If you are qualified, available, interested, planning to make a change, or know of a friend who might have the required qualifications and interest, please call me ASAP at (732) 947-3457 Ext.3457, even if we have spoken recently about a different position. If you do respond via e-mail please include a daytime phone number so I can reach you. In considering candidates, time is of the essence, so please respond ASAP.
Thank you.
Sincerely yours,
Alex Kashyap
Pioneer Data Systems, Inc.
379 Thornall Street Alfieri Towers, 9th Floor
Edison, NJ 08837
(732) 947-3457 Ext.3457
AKashyap@pioneerdata.com
Note: Please allow me to reiterate that I chose to contact you either because your resume had been posted to one of the internet job sites to which we subscribe, or you had previously submitted your resume to us. I assumed that you are either looking for a new employment opportunity, or you are interested in investigating the current job market.
If you are not currently seeking employment, or if you would prefer I contact you at some later date, please indicate your date of availability so that I may honor your request. In any event, I respectfully recommend you continue to avail yourself to the employment options and job market information we provide with our e-mail notices.
Thanks again.
Alex

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The true mission behind the “global warming” hysterics: To Destroy Capitalism.

http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/021015-738779-climate-change-scare-tool-to-destroy-capitalism.htm

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People bitch and moan about the price of a cup of coffee at places like Dunkin Dounts. What does it cost to make a cup a home?

I buy a pound bag of Original blend coffee beans from Dunkin Donuts. Cost: $8.99.  Assume $10.00 inclusive of all sales taxes and transportation costs, but not the opportunity cost of the time spent traveling to buy it and return home.

I currently estimate (pending the end of the current bag of coffee beans that I am using) that I use about half an ounce of beans for each 7 oz. cup of coffee that I make. That’s 32 cups of coffee cost of the coffee per cup? $10.00/32 = $ 0.3125.

Coffee filters from Jewel Foods – their “Everyday Essential” brand – 200 4-cup filters for say $2.00, or $0.01 per filter.

I use distilled water from Walmart, $0.88/gallon, assume $1.00 including sales tax and other costs. 1 gallon = 128 ounces. I use a full 8 oz. cup of water, so I get 16 cups of coffee out of a gallon of distilled water. Cost of distilled water per cup:  $1.00/18 = $ 0.0625.

I don’t use sugar in my coffee. I do use about 1 tablespoon of Walmart Great Value heavy whipping cream. 1 pint = about $2.50, assume 10% in sales taxes, etc., cost per pint is $2.75.  A pint has 32 tablespoons (or 96 teaspoons, FYI, thank you, Google!).  So, cost of heavy whipping cream per cup = $ 2.75/32 = $ 0.08594.

I grind up the beans in a Mr. Coffee coffee bean grinder. Cost = $20.00, from Target. It should last at least 1 year, during which I’ll have made about 2,000 cups of coffee (6 cups a day, AT LEAST, times 365 days = 2,190 cups, round it to 2,000.  Allocated fixed cost of coffee bean grinder to each cup of coffee = $ $0.01.

Same calculation for the Mr. Coffee coffeemaker, purchased at Walmart. Depreciation Cost of use of the machine per cup: $0.01.

A while back I bought 4 Victor brand 1950’s-restaurant style porcelain coffee mugs, that the Victor Insulator Co. no longer makes. $40 for each mug, $10/mug, expected to last a lifetime.  Cost per use:  $0.01.

Cost of household electricity to make a cup of coffee, regardless of kitchen light that might be needed:  Assume $0.05 per cup.

Total cost of a cup of coffee made at home:

Ground beans        $ 0.3125

Distilled water       $ 0.06125

Heavy whipping cream  $ 0.08594

Coffee filter = $ 0.01

Depreciation of grinder            $ 0.01

Depreciation of coffee drip machine      $ 0.01

Depreciation of Victor 1950’s-restaurant style porcelain mug   $ 0.01

Electricity          $      0.05

Total cost to make a cup of coffee     $ 0.53959 == $ 0.54/cup of coffee made at home.

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Perfectly good unsold cars left to rot and rust because space needs to be made for brand new cars. Utterly INSANE.

http://news.distractify.com/abby-s-marino/unsold-cars/

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