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Friday, July 2, 2004
Microsoft's Long Term Deconstruction Plan
Mood:  bright
Corporate america is becoming the face of our daily lives. How many Americans have been to a wall-mart or target today?? How many people are affected by giant corporations daily? The pig farmer who got bought out by corporations and is learning a new trade? The mayor of a small town who is trying to rebuild a community who has no small business after a wall-mart was opened? The real estate appraiser who is being replaced by computer models that only work in ideal conditions because corporate offices wanna trim some overhead? Its everywhere and its horrible. A return to the 1950's ideal of shopkeeper actually working for his community not trying to screw it every chance he gets is what this country should strive for. Until a paradigm shift occurs and everyone is more aware of the giant problem looming on the horizon we will continue down the spiral. We have seen the bottom before, in 1929, and it is not pretty.

Posted by brevolution at 9:35 AM MDT
Updated: Monday, December 27, 2004 2:53 PM MST
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