Committed To…Fed-View

By Gary Christenson – Re-Blogged From Silver Phoenix

Johnny Cash wrote “Committed to Parkview” in 1985. The Highwaymen (Cash, Nelson, Jennings, and Kristofferson) sang the song. Verse four is:

They wake me about six-thirty

Just before the morning meal

While they’re takin’ my blood pressure

They ask me how I feel

And I always say fantastic

There ain’t nothing wrong with me

And then they give me my injection

And I go right back to sleep

And my days are kinda foggy

And my nights are dreamy too

For they’re taking good care of me

While committed to Parkview.”

The characters in the song were committed to Parkview.

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Trudeau Stands Alone as Canada — and the World — Abandons Green Energy

By Lawrence Solomon – Re-Blogged From Financial Post

Wind and solar have become the fossils of the energy industry; oil, gas and coal remain the fuels of the future

Coal is making a comeback in China, Germany and Japan.Spencer Platt/Getty Images

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How to Hire a Social Media Management Team

By Mark Clain – Re-Blogged From Design Beep

The role of social media in business marketing has been steadily growing. These days, you will have a hard time finding a business without a Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram account, with good reason. Social media is a quick, easy, and relevant way for companies to get their names and content out there. But, using social media to market a business can get time-consuming. A lot of the time, many small companies cannot dedicate the time and staff to maintaining an effective social media marketing plan. Social media marketing involves regular posts and updates as well as regular monitoring of customer participation.

New Loan Sharks Entering The Credit Card Business

By John Rubino – Re-Blogged From Dollar Collapse

A while back, a writer (whose name and story details I unfortunately don’t remember) was researching the credit card business and tried to figure out how card issuers decide which customers to pursue. To this end he created a series of fake personas ranging from an affluent straight-arrow who always pays her bills on time to a white-trashy guy with impulse control issues and a history of multiple defaults and late payments.

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