This whole thing about Puerto Rico's credit getting degraded is the talk of the week. I'm surprised, and frankly, pissed off at the few ideas both politicians and the media actually have. The keep talking about the "only solution"... Well, I have a few ideas, I think they're good, and they can be implemented at … Continue reading Ideas for Puerto Rico, Public debt, and its Future (translation)
Esto de la degradación del crédito de Puerto Rico está caliente. Me sorprende y francamente me encojona las pocas ideas que tienen los medios y los políticos. Pues yo tengo muchas y son buenas y se pueden implementar a corto y largo plazo. Aquí van. Dejen de hablar mierda y pongan a usar su cerebro … Continue reading Ideas pro Puerto Rico, deuda y Futuro
The economy is dwindling, apparently all over the world. Why? Frankly, I find global economy to be one of the most perplexing subjects to discuss. To this day, I don't feel I truly understand it. However, from observing how things seem to be working in this day and age, the conclusion about economy looms over … Continue reading Economic Slavery
Last night at around 11pm (rough estimate) I think I had a heart attack. It was a Bloomberg TV video link. I hear the words "Puerto Rico debt... default... reverse prediction" of course I start tuning in. It was a post from that very same day. Oh oh! More crappy news about our economic situation … Continue reading Heart Attack Caused by Bloomberg TV
Life is expensive. At least, it is so in developed countries. But why does life have to be so expensive in one place, and so cheap in another? The problem must lie in the place of residence itself. So what is it about the United States of America and Puerto Rico that makes life so … Continue reading The Expensive Side Effects of Rules
The other day I was having coffee with my parents and I don't really remember how, but suddenly the milkman was mentioned. Having thought of the idea already, I mentioned that we should "bring back the milkman;" that I could really use some "fresh milk at my door 2 to 3 times a week." I fantasize … Continue reading What Ever Happened to The Milkman?
Black Friday... the shopping tradition has reached the point of ridiculous and abhorrent. Upon analysis, I'm beginning to think that this day and the accompanying reduction in brain matter that results from behaving like a primitive homo erectus is the epitome of what is wrong with society today. These people pushing against a door like … Continue reading Black Friday… WTF?!?!?!!
Occupy Wall Street... I have conflicting feelings. On the one hand, I understand the recession is making everybody desperate and the disparity between social classes keeps increasing, but on the other hand, I also reckon, it is the rich people who drive the economy for they make the businesses that make the jobs that we live on. … Continue reading On Occupy Wall Street…
Money; it appears to be a rather important thing these days. Everybody wants it, or perhaps they need it. Those who have it, apparently are never satisfied and are always looking for more (there’s that word again) of it. If you read the news you realize most people are actually willing to kill for it! … Continue reading Money: What Exactly is It?
The more I think about it, the more I realize, the problem with society today is: More (the pun is absolutely intentional). The human population of the world is divided into two basic groups: Those who have MORE and those who don't have ENOUGH. As living creatures, we have an inherent right to survive and endure. … Continue reading MORE