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18h UTC; SUNDAY, 22 SEPTEMBER 2013: What with Your Correspondent's attention vis-a-vis blog posts having been devoted of late to Certain Pressing Topics in the Wake of the News, he acknolwedges at this time having neglected a few other Worthwhile and Yet Interesting Topics worthy of mention as he had in mind all the while.

At this time, he hopes to compensate therefor:

No mistake about it: Your typical "Bible-Believing Christian" Low Church congregation isn't rather happy about recent pronouncements from Pope Francis, insisting (for one) that Roman Catholic thought is too obsessed as it is with abortion, contraception and homosexuality to deal with other, more pressing issues of importance ... such as income inequality and the depraved excesses of the free-enterprise ekonomesie vryheid model that the "Bible-Believing Christian" is expected to see as a "Great White Father" not unlike what Native Americans were expected to see of the United States Government when they were being relocated to reservation lands or the "Indian Territory" as is now the eastern part of Oklahoma.

One thing "Tea Party," "9/12" and "Christian Patriot" types would love to see of such heretofore "dependent upon government" as have been cut off from government benefits in the name of "Austerity Towards Prosperity" (knowing all the while that such is doomed to fail) is to send off their children to the main shopping streets of major cities or shopping malls and have them beg for alms to sustain the family. And to do so naked, occasionally smorking on cheap cigarettes to maximise the pity angle as will maximise the donations (which, know, was actually the case over the summer in Nanjing, China, where a 34-year-old farmer with mental issues had his six-year-old daughter begging for pocket change thus in the streets before authorities, alerted by social media activists, took up the case--only to have their hands tied by what passes for child-welfare laws there).

I can just imagine this as the ideal rejoinder to the jingle "Ace is the place with the helpful hardware folks!" for Ace Hardware stores (each individually owned and operated, know): None other than some choice specimen of insturmental from Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass such as "Tijuana Taxi," "The Mexican Shuffle," "The Lonely Bull," "A Taste of Honey," "Casino Royale," "Marching Through Madrid" or "Shades of Blue." (All the while being particularly mindful of timing, the better so viewers or listeners are caught unawares.)

In much the same vein as the preceding, imagine as an ideal and yet imaginative weapon for dealing with bloviating, obnoxious even, conservative prolefeed (especially when timed so that such catches listeners or viewers, as the case may be, off their guard) cutting off the remarks before they get rather obnoxious or goes into windup and replacing such with a certain commercial for Golden American cigarettes as was heard on Dutch "pirate ship" radio stations such as Radio Veronica and Radio Mi Amigo in the late 1960's and early 1970's--especially when done rather loud or strident, with modulation maximised to the extent necessary to catch the easily-led audience off their guard. (The advert can be heard from time to time on the online radio stations Radio Northsea International and Britain Radio 355, both in tribute to British-based offshore pirate stations.)

Something for businesses wishing to deploy the services of Reputation.com to consider in the Name and Luscious Glory of their enterprises: In its desire to present only positive, glowing images of your business entity for the sake of web-search optimisation, how do we know they're not going to resort to posting fake or otherwise insincere "testimonials" from supposed "actual customers" as are probably fictitious in and of themselves (as in Reputation.com employees expected to act as "singers" all the more, not expected to be traced whatsoever)?

Another unlikely(?) venture Your Correspondent is thinking of initiating is launching a "crowdfunding" campaign on behalf of the motel I do for here in Winona; the better so Mein Innkeeper Friend thereof can finally pay off some bank loans and other debts without needlessly taking on further such as could risk loss of his pet and pride ... take care of some minor renovations ... even meet expenses over the slack business times early in the New Year.

Memo to businessmen needing to take care of business through building up goodwill therefor: With the end of the year being all the closer, what exactly precludes your getting out of the way your giveaway calendars for 2014 iconat this time?

Or, for that matter, other cheap and cheerful cheapjack giveaways like pens, highlighters, or even USB and flash drives? Are you, perchance, looking for such cheapjack that is ecological iconor of American manufacture, when you get right down to it?

All you need do is click on the link(s) for what you may need or require, all the while opening in new browser windows; as reminder, any purchases that ensue in the process earns Your Correspondent renumeration, of which 9.11% thereof will go towards Reducing the American National Debt (should you have clear or compelling need for making your online purchases mean something in the final analysis).

In the immortal words of the late John Cameron Swayze
as concluded every broadcast
of the Camel News Caravan (NBC-TV, 1949-1956),
"That's the story; glad we could get together ..."


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