The fact is that People are going to try to fill the void in their lives wasting money with or without us, so we position ourselves as astute observers, are there or not, a market that alleviate this great gap of millions of people? Even though the game was illegal, many people spent their money, knowing the slim chances of recovering it, defying common sense and logic, as with lotteries, today we can speak of a cult of idiocy. Is there any reason to give that money spent foolishly, to better use.? Anyway, who am I to deny all these people stupid, too much freedom and too little self-control, with very little respect for himself, engaged in the pursuit of their vicarious emotions, their right to spend their money on what want? Standing on a podium, explaining to these people, they do stupid waste your money on this type of product, only a joke and I would win the ridicule.
I’m in the marketing business first class There is a mantra that will join in making these products and that is to provide variety, selection and quality customer service. That said, considering the restoration of human weaknesses, can be more honest and sincere marketing of these products that defraud people through shell companies, or Wall Street or politics GENERAL. this sense then, my concern is finding the most professional and legitimate programs available to offer my customers, and that is at stake my reputation and business ethics and the credibility and viability is very important in the long term. The Gambling and celebrity worship were traditionally the responsibility of the wealthy, (sharkskin suit and gold chains as ornaments), but with the advent of Internet, anyone can enter this company. But like any other, for their success should provide a necessary service with honesty and integrity. The business model must be structured to be addressed and exposed to both the people providing the service, and those who participate in it. For an effective enterprise.
Red Team One is here to protect our great country. We wish to obliterate our enemies and unmask their evil plans. Are you aware of all the public relations stunts the bad guys pull? Ever hear about Muslim “fundamentalists”? How about Hamas or Hizbullah “operatives”? They should be called TERRORISTS, for crying out loud! Sadly, our own media plays their game and helps them portray themselves as the good guys. Wake up, America! Recognize the threat! Call your congressman or write to the president; do something to make sure we stay safe and strong!
Two hundred years ago the English author Samuel Johnson said, “Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” However, today, in the post-9/11 America, patriotism seems to be the first refuge of many citizens from every walk of life. According to many polls taken, patriotic feelings have been aroused in a large cross-section of U.S. citizens in ways that have not been experienced in many, many years.
In a poll conducted by Roper Reports, at least 81% of Americans felt that being patriotic was the “in” thing. By “in” they meant that patriotism was an important part of their self-identity. Only 14% believed that being patriotic was “passé,” not part of their identities as individuals.
This feeling of love for one’s country was not limited to any one ethnic group, age group, or socio-economic group, either. In historically non-patriotic groups like blacks or Hispanics it was found that there was “virtually no difference between blacks’ views and those of the nation as a whole.”
Another traditionally cynical group, baby-boomers, also came on board the patriotism train, with 87% of those born between 1946 and 1964 saying that patriotism is a “central identifying fact of their lives.” Those a tiny bit younger, born between 1965 and 1980, sometimes known as “generation Xers” felt the same way in 78% of those who were asked.
One factor which may be helping to maintain the high level of patriotism experienced in the U.S. even years after the events of September 11th, is the new world order whose modern narrative is that the U.S. is the bad guy. According to one commentator, “if anything fuels patriotism (the negative feelings towards the U.S. by the rest of the world)will do it.”