Thursday, December 30, 2010

Who got one?

American Community Survey--big government snoops
  • December 21st, 2010 5:33 pm ET


    1,100 Laptops Missing From Commerce Dept.

    Confirmed: The U.S. Census Bureau Gave Up Names of Japanese-Americans in WW II



    I got mine today. Let the games begin!


    1. you got a laptop or a census questionnaire?

      btw -- i watched an interesting flick tonite

      Moon Rising (evidence of life on the moon?)

    2. I didn't get a form. I did have a census taker come to my house a few months ago when they were going door to door. I never sent the form back. I wanted to make them work :) I was coming home from work for lunch and there she was ready to ring my doorbell. I was ready for her to get personal so I could put up a fight but she didnt. Just the basic bs, nothing personal. Took 10 seconds. I was a bit disappointed. She looked a lot like you rady. lol Thin with short platinum blonde hair wearing jeans and a tshirt. Didn't look anything like a gestapo agent. But that's how they get ya!

      PD, that form you posted made me laugh. But, I bet it's not far from what they DO really ask. Damn info nazis.

    3. LOL Rady! I have the form. The Dept of HS have the laptops. When blogging some remarks on a chatroom thread, some grunion said it was less info than I put on my facebook page.

      Ooooh boy! Wrong comment fool. I proceded to educate him on CIAoogle and project Blue Gene. Blood typing, geneology, hebrew hunting, databasing. GPSing, digital subliminal technologies and patents etc etc etc.

      He/She went away!

      They have several. Some have 50 questions and some more. They ask all about plumbing, time you leave for work, distance, income, education, disabilities, emotional problems, veterans armed service history and similarly intrusive questions that to even an untrained sales professional like me that knew about techniques to profile suckers.

      Khazar Gypsie grifters and Russian con games, it smells of committee. When you resist, you are labeled "REFUSED TO ANSWER" That gets you a special "RED TAG" in your dossier.

      I'm so fed up with these clowns and stooges. These ex-ACORN layoffs were an easy transition to Census Workers and clearly trained in the art of intimidation.

      When this guy comes to my neighborhood, he will find the true meaning of intimidation.

    4. Jose Escamilla? That was a good one. Anyone who thinks 1969 made for TV event wasn't done in a D.U.M.B. studio in the California dessert is ..well, a Disney slave.

      PART ! of 2012 transformation. Get ready for a Spielberg event that would make Lucas cream his Chino's.

    5. I'm with PD. That whole one step for man was nothing but a hollywood production.

    6. I thought the census was last year. I filled out the form. I said I'm alone here. I AM alone here...what does it matter?

      Yea, I got parrots, but that is none of their business--for their purposes, I am alone here.

      I sent the form in to avoid having some census drone bugging me about it.
      You think they already don't know where you are? They know where you are.

      The Moon? I don't know. Never been there. I don't know if Neal and gang were either.
      "there are known unknowns and unknown unknowns, and the unknown unknowns are unknown. If they were known, we would know we don't know, but we don't know if we know or not and that is why someone like Rumpledforeskin ends up as Secretary of Defense--because HE knows when he doesn't know if he doesn't know or not.
      So take a lesson from that and know that you don't know, because if you did you would. Which brings to mind that old Wood Chuck ditty., if it could only chuck wood.

      So, why don't I get email alerts to these postings on COTO anymore? Is that an unknown unknown as well?
      Why is Wordpress coto interlink frozen? Must be the weather, right?

    7. HAPPY NEW YEAR {???}

      As you examine the long-term trends, you quickly come to realize that the U.S. is trapped in an endless spiral of debt, the middle class is being wiped out, the U.S. dollar is being destroyed and America is rapidly becoming a post-industrial wasteland.

      Thousands of our factories, millions of our jobs and hundreds of billions of dollars of our national wealth continue to be shipped overseas. In 1985, the U.S. trade deficit with China was 6 million dollars for the entire year. In the month of August alone, the U.S. trade deficit with China was over 28 billion dollars.
      Sadly, the truth is that America is being deindustrialized. As of the end of 2009, less than 12 million Americans worked in manufacturing. The last time that less than 12 million Americans were employed in manufacturing was in 1941.
      As 2007 began, there were just over 1 million Americans that had been unemployed for half a year or longer. Today, there are over 6 million Americans that have been unemployed for half a year or longer.
      61 percent of Americans ”always or usually” live paycheck to paycheck. That was up substantially from 49 percent in 2008 and 43 percent in 2007.
      21 percent of all children in the United States are living below the poverty line in 2010 – the highest rate in 20 years.
      Over 1.4 million Americans filed for personal bankruptcy in 2009, which represented a 32 percent increase over 2008. The final number for 2010 is expected to be even higher.
      In America today, approximately half of all workers have less than $2000 saved up for retirement.

      The Federal Reserve has been destroying the value of the U.S. dollar for decades. Since the Federal Reserve was created in 1913, the U.S. dollar has lost over 95 percent of its purchasing power. An item that cost $20.00 in 1970 would cost you $112.35 today. An item that cost $20.00 in 1913 would cost you $440.33 today.

      The U.S. national debt is rapidly closing in on 14 trillion dollars. It is more than 13 times larger than it was just 30 short years ago.
      The more one examines the U.S. economic situation, the more depressing it becomes. The U.S. financial system is trapped inside a horrific debt spiral and we are headed straight for economic oblivion.


    8. Did you see this Jersey?

      "The second most dangerous city in the United States - Camden, New Jersey - is about to lay off about half its police in a desperate attempt to save money."

      Hope you are far from there.

    9. Yea Will. I heard that before Christmas. I'm in Atlantic County about 30 mins from the ocean. Thankfully, I'm nowhere near Camden which is a very scary city indeed.

      Gotta love the new austerity.....raise taxes and cut services. I remember when Obama said we'd have to sacrifice. Pissed me off royally. How much more can the middle class sacrifice I screamed when they've taken our jobs and our houses and our pensions??!!

      Obviously, they aren't done yet.