The virtual world blogging community at Thumdar.com.
Propelled along asunder
wander in the wind
Illusioned wings aflutter
I watched the republican debate last night on msnbc (9/07/2011) and noticed that Ron Paul was asked 4 questions out of the whole hour and half. How unfair is that? It is very clear this debate was rigged. They chose who they're front runners were. Romney, and Perry. Perry really hurt himself when he said SS is nothing more than a Ponzi scheme, and I am glad the few that were asked if Ben Bernanke's 2014 term should carry on, and they ALL SAID NO!!! I could not agree more.
Funny thing is, Ron Paul by far has the most votes.
Despite the little attention Ron Paul got, it is clear how corrupt the main stream media is! They will never learn til it is to late.
It's been over a week since Verizon workers went on strike. The strike was about Verizon cutting health benefits, wagers, pensions, etc... Workers from Mass to Virgina went on strike for those reasons. During those strikes there has been sabotages on small businesses who has Verizon services. The FBI has been working with Verizon to find out who is doing it. There has been a 50,000 reward on any information about this. Yesterday, Verizon workers decided to go back to work on Monday and Tuesday, however; there hasn't been a set decision for there next contract. More information on this can be found on this link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/
After an short span of not being on, finding out it had been taken offline came to as a shock. I am however glad, that it came back. But I need an invite, pretty pretty please ?!?
Craziness in virtual land the past few days if you were a Therian a.k.a someone who played in the world There.com. For a while Michael Wilson (CEO of There.com) has been blogging about the opening of There2. Guinea Pigs (GP's) have been testing the ThereIM already for some time. They were invited to do so, but on 7 August 2010 they activated the self invite button on the site "www.there.com" and we could all invite ourselves in.
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