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examine the history of winter weather and the snow it brings, which has such
an idyllic appearance, but is often aggravating and has provided potentially
dangerous and damaging after-effects in this country. Americans have always
talked or worried with anguish and anxiety about weather and devastating
natural disasters. We have witnessed the desolation that has come from
hurricanes which have annually battered our shores, causing floods and
destruction, such as suffered from Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and
Hurricane Andrew in Miami, leaving thousands homeless and causing billions
of dollars worth of property damage. Then there are the Tornados that wallop
the Midwest and the South, leaving death and destruction behind. How about
the earthquakes and the forest fires that plague California? How many people
swear each and every year that they are going to leave the extreme, bitter
cold of the Midwest and the Northern New England States that they are going
to move to sunny Florida? Most of them stay put for one reason or another,
only to find themselves trapped in yet another winter weather emergency. Let's
face it, no matter which part of our country we go to, there is no escape
from potentially hazardous weather conditions.Although the early colonists
were already familiarized with weather conditions that often consisted of
rain, sleet, and hail in England, I don't think they had any ideas about the
severe weather in America, with its blizzards, tornadoes, and hurricanes.
It's amusing how some of the terms that we are familiar with today, such as
"snow shoes" and "flurry of hail", date back to 1664 and 1686. I am going
to list a few such terms that still exist today as they did in early American
societySnow storm - coined circa 1771,Snow shower - coined circa 1779,Snow
plow - coined circa 1792,Snowed in - coined circa 1859,Snowed under - coined
circa 1880Nonetheless, it wasn't until 1870 that the word "blizzard" came
to mean a snowstorm with sweeping gale winds and frigid low temperatures.
A Gale wind from the Northeast has been referred to by New Englanders as a
"northeaster" since 1774. As we know, a blizzard and a northeaster are two
of the most powerful snowstorms known to man. To this day, they shut down
transportation and utilities for hours and even days in entire modern cities.
Imagine what it did to the founders of this great country? As devastating
as these storms could be to the colonists and Early Americans that inhabited
this land, and is industrial in spirit as those citizens were, they needed
to find an organized, efficient way to detect when a storm was coming and
how terrible it would be so that they could better prepare for it. However,
it took until the mid 1800's for this to happen.The first weather forecasts
in New York City newspapers were published in 1853. The Weather Bureau was
not established by the Signal Corps until as late as 1870. After being part
of the Department of Agriculture from 1891 on, the Weather Bureau was moved
to the Commerce Department in 1940 after 49 years, finally becoming the
National Weather Bureau in 1970 30 years later.As a consequence, here we sit
today, with all this modern technology and all of these highly skilled, highly
trained experts more often than not accurately predicting the weather, yet
we still get trapped by blankets of snow. Subsequently observing the weather
channel this morning, it seems like there is more wintery weather on the
horizon, after enduring a month that has already set records for snowfall
in the region. Today is January 24, 2011, and at 5:30 am the temperature reads
only 4 degrees in Central New Jersey. Yikes! That will put some pep in your
step first thing, in the morning. I want to take a hot chocolate bath and
crawl beneath mounds of covers just thinking about it, but guess what? More
stormy weather will be coming on Wednesday and Thursday of this week, as Mother
Nature is visiting us once again, bringing a mixture of sleet, rain and snow.
Personally, I've had enough of Mother's cooking for a while. For those of
us who are employed outside of our homes, traveling in unfavorable weather
conditions is not something we want to do. At least we should be grateful
that it's not a blizzard like way back in 1888. This terrible blizzard occurred
on March 12th and lasted until the 14th, killing about 400 people and dumping
whopping 21 inches of snow on New York City. Their winter wonderland turned
into a winter nightmare...Although there are many who are familiar with the
legendary Blizzard of 1888, which was the most famous snowstorm in American
History, I still would like to take this moment to talk about it for the benefit
of the others who are not familiar with it.New York City during the 1800's
was already teeming with the continuous arrivals of immigrants from Italy,
Germany, Ireland and a large contingent of the Jewish population from the
Southern and Eastern parts of Europe. These immigrants were seeking a better
economic life and all of the opportunities that America offered, for
themselves and their families. As significant developments continued to grow
throughout the city, job opportunities within the transportation and
marketing industries had become available. A great majority of Jewish and
Italian immigrants had settled on the Lower East side, seeking employment
that was close to home. Many of the immigrants found work on the docks in
the harbor areas. By 1888, there were at least 1,500,000 inhabitants from
a wide range of cultural and national backgrounds living and working in the
City of New York. The increase in population created many problems for native
or settled New Yorkers. In order to ensure their continued survival, they
needed to make significant adjustments to their living and working
conditions.The scene in New York the week before March 12th, 1888 included
the usual hustle and bustle of the large, congested metropolis. Thousands
of wage earners, men and women, hustled to and from work. The thunderous sounds
erupted from the elevated trains that streamed by; and the terrible squeal
and screech of metal on metal filled the city as the trains slowly came to
a halt, spitting glowing sparks on the pedestrians below, scaring and causing
the horses to buck and madly run away, crashing wagons against the columns
of the El. The city sidewalks and streets were endlessly crammed with a steady,
rhythmic movement of ordinary people going about their daily business. New
York was and still is a place where people visit briefly or stay for prolonged
periods of time. Those that worked the night shift at the newspapers would
normally go home between 2 to 4 in the morning. Then there were the milkmen,
and bakers making their early morning deliveries. The city as ever was
alive!Of course, the usual flow of passengers arrive at lower Manhattan by
ferries from New Jersey, Brooklyn and Staten Island, making haste in order
to attend to their responsibilities at the Stock Exchange or other places
of business in the Wall Street district. For the postal clerk, their day was
mostly a flurry of action, a hurry-scurry mad dash to get the mail out in
a timely manner. Many of the immigrants, who could afford to start a brick
and mortar business, went into the push-cart business. The poorer the man
was, the earlier he would have to get up to go to work to compete. So at the
crack of dawn, the horse wagons would find their way to the city markets,
to purchase their supply of meats from the wholesalers, including fish,
fruits, vegetables and groceries. Push-cart vendors, horse-wagons, all other
vehicles and pedestrians would fight for space to operate on the crowded
streets. Those who were not in the push-cart retailer business would change
their apartments into sweat shops. The unlucky ones would walk miles through
all kinds of weather conditions to and from their places of employment.During
the day, the elevated railroads were all present and running on schedule.
At least 25,000 passengers or more a day would avail themselves by this means
of travel from downtown to Harlem. Society ladies, dressed in their finest,
would be out in full force, shopping at the attractive retail stores along
Broadway and Seventh Avenue. The horse cars, similar to an omnibus pulled
by two horses, would be crowded with talkative and disorderly passengers.
Hundreds of girls and women of all nationalities in New York earning their
living by dancing in the ballets of the various theatres and they would also
merge with the work-force. These already worn out, tired, and hollowed eyed
ballet dancers would get up by 8 (o'clock) in the morning and rush off to
rehearsal by 9 for a grueling workout in preparation for the evening
performance. The saloons throughout the city were packed with regular
patrons. It was still a man's world in the saloons, where they would always
find a warm welcome and a warmer shot.Such was a typical day in the life of
New York City's inhabitants until the blizzard of March 12-14, 1888, which
had taken everyone by surprise, swept over the entire metropolis, paralyzing
the city under its crushing blanket of ice and snow, paralyzing transportation
and communication. In part 2 of this 2 part series will explore the blizzard
of 1888 and its disastrous effects upon New York City and its
inhabitants.,,Usable and consumable services and goods, produced, bought,
and sold by the interactive components of an operative economic system, the
ordinary workers, constitute the crux of a market economy. Yet, financial
control over the means of producing the goods and services remains the
deciding factor in determining who ultimately profits from the system.For
instance, John, the American capitalist, has inherited the financial capital
to build a factory in order to manufacture a consumable entertainment product
that would be readily purchased by millions of impulsive American people.
Before building the factory, John has realized that each individual
manufactured product will require ten-dollars of materials purchased
wholesale, for twenty-percent of their actual value, from sources outside
of the United States, and has provided for its purchase through a London
brokerage firm. John then hires fifty-employees to operate an assembly line,
through which each product is assembled and packaged in five minutes time.
John sets a retail price on the item five-hundred percent above the amount
required to manufacture it, and only pays his employees, the menial unskilled
men and women who assemble, package, and ship the completed products to the
purchasers, the legally required federal minimum wage for their
work.Subsequently, in a week's time, John actually does no work, at all, after
production commences, except hire an extremely efficient accountant/plant
manager to run the factory, keep track of his accounts receivable and accounts
payable, and ensure that his employees are paid on a weekly basis. John remains
at home, communicating with his plant manager by Internet.In a month's time,
John, the capitalist, sells 50,000 products for a gross figure of $5,000,000,
during four six-day work weeks, eight-hours per day. After receiving his gross
payments from the buyers, John pays his employees a total of $56,000, the
utility companies (electricity, water, telephone services, Internet, etc)
- $4,000, the building lessor - $5,000, and shipping/receiving through Fedex
and UPS - $10,000. He also pays his raw resource/material providers $250,000
and his trusty accountant $10,000 for his services. Advertising, over a
month's time, adds up to another $200,000.Now, let's add up the figures and
see just how much profit John derives from the menial labors of his employees,
on whom he relies for his revenue. The total expenditures for John is $535,000.
That is subtracted from his gross income, of $5,000,000, which yields
$4,446,000 profit for the aspiring capitalist. After deducting $699,750 for
federal taxes on his business, John takes home $3,765,250. In some states,
he might incur state income taxes, a county tax, and city taxes, but they
wouldn't be more than another $500,000, which would leave John with an
incredible $3,265,250 of monthly net income.That's quite a bit of money for
one month of industrial operation, but twelve-times that amount, or the yearly
net income, is an even-more-staggering figure, $39,183,000. That is, if the
demand for John's product remains stable for, at least, one year. This is
entrepreneurial capitalism at its most productive state of operation.
Nonetheless, when you consider that only a little-over two-percent of the
people, in a population of a little over 300,000,000, have the financial
resources, on a continual basis, to invest in start-up companies, as John
did, you can clearly see the gross inequity that can systematically prevail
in such an economy. The entire working philosophy of market capitalism is
based primarily upon the productivity of a labor force, and deriving a
consistent, increasingly greater, profit through the work provided by that
labor force. This governing principle simply means that the 2 controlling
percent of the population would not be wealthy and affluent without the 98%,
comprising the labor-force. Hence, one, or more, wealthy capitalists remain
continually reliant on the labor of other human beings for continued
acquisition of wealth. This is basically why slavery was so appealing in the
Southern United States for such a long period of time. Southern cotton growers
couldn't have made their great wealth without the involuntary servitude of
black slaves. Free slave labor was regarded by Southerners as God's gift to
the proliferation of capitalism.The evolution of present-day free market
capitalism began anciently with the practice of bartering goods and services,
leading, later, to exchange mercantilism. One meager farmer in ancient Gaul
might have offered a poor hunter five-live egg-laying chickens for one-dead
deer, or a cobbler might have offered a blacksmith a pair of boots for
horseshoes and the shoeing of his horse. That was prior to the establishment
of standard national mediums of exchange when most common people learned to
perform a service, or produce a good, in order to trade for other needed goods
and services, in order to merely survive from day-to-day. Even when precious
metals were first introduced into state economies, and fashioned into to
coins, to exchange for clothing, food, or shelter, there was a great number
of the peasants, or serfs (the working class) who never saw any of it. Instead,
they were allowed to have beds, food, and clothing in exchange for their
services to the king, queen, Kaiser, or national leader. Pre-Medieval and
post-Middle Age economies were structured to keep the money (gold and silver)
away from the hands of the working class people, and in the hands of the
nobility, landed gentry, and the priests in order to perpetuate the prevailing
caste system.Such pre-20th Century economic philosophers as Adam Smith and
David Ricardo vigorously advanced the systemization of capital investments
and the dynamics of individual investors reaping dividends from the
re-investment of profits. From Ricardo's theory of comparative advantage,
combined with Adam Smith's laissez faire doctrine of free market capitalism,
the working notion, that a nation-state fares best when corporate and personal
investment remains unregulated by government, has directly led to American
corporate CEOs receiving multi-million dollar annual salaries and the
proliferation of belief that, in business, the investor always does what is
best for himself, at the expense of others. Nonetheless, economic gaming
theory was later staggered, in the early 1950's, by the negation of Adam
Smith's rule, that a person always does what is in his own best interest,
by Princeton mathematician, John Nash. Nash theorized, and won a 1994 Nobel
Prize for doing so, that a person fares better when he does what is in the
best interest of the whole group, instead of himself. This principle of
governing dynamics emphasized the "greater good" utilitarian principle
conveyed in the philosophies of Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill, that
the greatest good for the greatest number of people should be realized in
all economic and political endeavors. It is unfortunate that Nash's
theoretical postulations were only applied to groups of competing
corporations, trusts, and monopolies within a capitalist economic system
instead of to the majority of the population receiving the end result of
capitalism.Returning, again, to John and his tremendous profit realized from
the labors of fifty-workers over a month's time, the money he generated is,
though legal, hardly equitable unless he freely divides the profits justly
with his employees. Why? I mentioned that John does not provide health care,
or any other benefits, for his employees, but only the federal minimum wage
salary required by law. The average 2 percent of the U.S. population that
continually controls 98 percent of the money within the United States numbers
around 3,000,000 people. That's enough people to populate three cities the
size of Seattle. Yet, when you further consider that there are approximately
a total of 110,000,000 male and female adults (both the 98% and the 2%) in
the American workforce who are constantly required to earn enough money just
to pay rent/mortgage, utility bills, food, clothing, and transportation costs
for themselves and their dependents, 98 percent of that number is a staggering
107,800,000 people. These are the people who work for the wealthy 2 percent.
Out of that number, you can deduct 7,848,484 people, around the country, who
are federal, state, and local government employees. These people do not
receive salaries from revenue produced by their government employers, but,
rather, from tax money collected from the incomes of most private-sector
workers. This leaves 99,951,516 private-sector people who, on the average,
earn $60,000-or-less in annual wages or salaries.These statistics are
heuristically static, in effect, unless you further consider other accurate
socio-economic ratios, such as the 2005 findings that one-out-of-five people
in New York City does not know from where his next meal is coming, and that
one-out-of-six people in Los Angeles doesn't have proper shelter, food, or
clothing to sustain a person over a week's time. These same relative ratios
can be applied to the U.S. cities of Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, D.C.,
Houston, Pittsburg, Oakland, etc. (which have populations of over 500,000).
When you consider that there are, presently, 38 major corporations in the
United States who would rather outsource 60 percent of their employees from
third-world nations, than employ only U.S. citizens at decent, livable,
wages, you can see why unemployment within the 50 states averages 5 percent
from year-to-year. This means that, at any given time, there are approximately
6,000,000 people in workforce who are unemployed. Free market capitalism
chronically carries with it these inherent socio-economic problems. Federal
laws are also geared to perpetuating these problems by enhancing the liberty
of corporations and companies to produce exorbitant profits at the expense
of the physical security of their meagerly paid menial workers. I have, in
other essays, described the political process, and purpose, for deliberately
introducing high inflation into a market economy. Social, political, and
financial dominion over the lives of the consuming population is the end
result of a capitalist system that is ultimately placed in the hands of private
bankers (the Federal Reserve) to manipulate for their own, and corporate,
benefit.Equitable government regulation of a nation-state's economy can only
be properly effected when the tax money collected from the citizens is
utilized for the utilitarian purpose of providing for the safety and happiness
of the greatest number, or majority, of the state's population. If, perchance,
citizens pay standard portions of their minimum wage salaries to federal
taxes, they should he provided the same benefits of health insurance, shelter,
food, and clothing, by the government, as the individuals making $1,000,000
per year are receiving, especially if the work-efforts of the minimum wage
citizens directly determine the salaries of the $1,000,000 per year citizens.
Why is this just? If one human being's luxurious lifestyle is directly
supported by the work product of other people who are forced, by their wages,
to live in poverty, the opulent individual should be constrained, by law,
to redistribute his income for the greater public good. Some might call this
state socialism, but I see it as the only just and moral recourse to ravenous
greed, a simple characteristic of human nature. When someone climbs to wealth
and affluence on the backs of poor people paid inequitably, a serious moral
crime is committed, as, or more, serious than the felony crimes committed
by the, now deceased, former CEO of Enron, Ken Lay.Most capitalists (the 2
percent of the nation) eschew democratic socialism as an aberration of
economic theory and application. Economist John Kenneth Galbraith, however,
pointed out the socio-economic inequities emanating from unregulated
capitalism in his book, "The Affluent Society." Moreover, Galbraith
accentuated the rise of chronic social problems in the United States in a
purely capitalistic society. When Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid were
introduced by the federal government as a means of providing for the health
and security of elderly and infirm retirees, the inequities stemming from
prevailing corporate capitalism were hardly corrected. In the year 2006,
17,000,000 Americans, 65 years-of-age, and older, ceased working in order
to receive their earned Social Security payment entitlements. The average
monthly Social Security payment check issued to these millions of retired
Americans was $1,200, hardly enough to provide a meager subsistence.For
example, Mabel, a 65 year-old unskilled female, without a high school
education, began working for federal minimum wage in 1980, for a small company
in Florida that began with twelve employees and grew to fifty employees by
the year 2007. Mabel's wages topped out in the year 2000 at $12 per hour,
and she retired in 2002 with 22 years of work service. The company refused
to offer health or pension benefits for its employees, and Mabel quit her
job to collect a monthly Social Security check of $1,500 per month, which
was $420 less-each-month than was her company paycheck at top wage. Two months
after quitting work, Mabel, a chain smoker, was diagnosed with malignant lung
cancer. She applied for Medicare and Medicaid, but discovered later that the
medical services, and medicines, she anticipated were not sufficient to
properly treat her life-threatening malady. Within a year, Mabel, who had
no family to care for her, took a turn for the worse and was forced to accept
care at a state-operated convalescent home, where she died three years later.
A sad story, huh? Well, it occurs much more frequently than you would
expect.Now, let's look back a moment at that company, for which Mabel spent
the best part of her life working. The entrepreneurial capitalist owner of
the company was named John, who in the year 2000 made his highest record yearly
profit of $250,000,000 due to his product being in constant demand by the
public since 1980. In that millennial year, John and his aging plant manager
realized a net profit of $180,000,000 dollars, which they divided evenly.
His employees, whom he continually hired, and replaced, over a twenty-year
period, were all middle-aged, unskilled, and undereducated citizens who were
quite content to receive their wages without any health and retirement
benefits. The only perks associated with the job were yearly increases in
wage, a $100 bonus at Christmas and Thanksgiving, along baked hams for all
employees. What John had failed to realize, from the outset, was that, without
the dedicated service of his employees, he could not have derived his gross
profit. Hence, the intrinsic worth of the employees remained, and still
remains, the primary issue.In the year 2006, only 4 percent of the Fortune
Five Hundred companies in the United States offered lucrative profit-sharing
plans for their employees. None of the other thousands of corporations and
companies in the United States offered any type of profit-sharing plan in
their benefit packages. Why not? Voluntary redistribution of corporate wealth
is not concomitant, and agreeable, with free-market capitalism. It is
considered a heresy and is not popularly endorsed by the pundits of
capitalism. In fact, like communism was in the early 1950's, it is derided
and profaned in most pro-capitalist economic journals. Most CEO's, like
capitalist John, will sit back in their easy-office chairs and gloat over
their profits earned on the backs of their employees, and say that their
employees should be content only with their wages.For a democratic federalist
republic, such as the United States, to install, and operate, a democratic
socialist economy, the organs of government, supposedly comprised of elected
representatives, must reflect the will and needs of the electorate. The
Constitution of the United States does not mention, at all, an economy, or
the establishment of a federal bureaucracy of administrative agencies,
comprised of officers appointed by the Executive Branch, which assumes the
Article 1, Section 8 duties of the Legislative Branch. For example, the U.S.
Congress (House of Representatives and Senate) is empowered by the
Constitution to coin money and to determine its value, just as it is empowered
to create rules governing the movement of the land, air, and naval military
forces. The Executive Branch, or the President, is merely empowered to execute
the laws and rules created by the Congress. So asserts James Madison in the
"Federalist Papers." The simplicity of representative government is cogently
propounded in the letter of the Constitution and explained, as simply, by
Madison, Hamilton, and Jay in the essays they wrote to explain federalism,
which makes the convoluted creations of Franklin D. Roosevelt, with the
permission of Congress, appear, in this age, extremely ludicrous and
unnecessary. When 98 percent of a nation's population is controlled socially
and financially by the opulent 2 percent, the 98 percent begin to speak-out
in small numbers until a majority of them assert their economic power, as
the backbone of a capitalist system.History recalls how the French Revolution
was mainly about harsh economic, social, and political inequity created by
a monarchy that cared nothing for the plight of its subjects. The day, in
1789, when the Bastille was stormed by French citizens shouting liberty,
equality, fraternity tolled the death of that despotic control. Today, the
French people live under a basically socialist system of high taxes and
government services designed to provide for the health and social security
of the entire population. Of course, there are still the rich and the poor
in France, but, essentially, no French citizen is now deprived of the basic
necessities which constitute the needs of life. Higher education is even
provided by government for French citizens who aspire to the professions.
That, unfortunately, isn't the way it is in the United States, the wealthiest
and most capricious country in the world. Yet, history does repeat itself
continually, and another revolution, in the likeness of the French
Revolution, is bound to occur again.,,On October 14, 2011 Apple released the
iPhone 4S to, if not fanfare, at least to generally positive reviews. Critics
and users alike praised the phone’s speed, its much improved camera, and
several other features, including the remarkable Siri. All, however, was not
quite well. Almost immediately topics began appearing on Apple’s support
discussion forum about a problem with the iPhone 4S’s audio. Users complained
that sometimes when they tried to place a call they heard nothing. There was
no ringing sound, and though the phone showed the call as connected, there
was no audio from the other end.One of the discussion threads is still active,
and currently hasof users complaining about the problem, suggesting it is
not a minor problem. According to the support discussion thread, the problem
spans all models of iPhone on Verizon and AT&T. As yet there has been no
acknowledgement from Apple that the problem even exists, much less any word
on plans to fix it. That fact has users particularly frustrated, as it seems
that Apple is ignoring a pretty serious problem.A request for comment to Apple
has not yet been answered. There are signs that the next iOS update, iOS 5.1,
will be arriving relatively soon. Apple’s continued silence about this issue,
though, means that there are no guarantees that it will be fixed in the new
software.Have you had this problem? Were you able to resolve it? Let us know
in the comments.,,Tech media publishing company Ziff Davis announced today
that it has acquired, a popular IT online community network.“We’ve added a
critical piece to our puzzle with the acquisition of ,” said Ziff Davis CEO
Vivek Shah. “The IT community relies on itself to make decisions and be
informed. Owning the leading professional networking site is a significant
strategic advantage for Ziff Davis.” will become part of Ziff Davis’ B2B
Focus, which was formed when the company acquired Focus Research.This makes
the fourth acquisition for Ziff Davis in the past has 2.3 million registered
members.Ziff Davis sites already reach 40 million per month. Properties
include: PCMag, BuyerBase, LogicBuy, , ExtremeTech, AppScout and B2B Focus.,
98 percent of that number is a staggering 107, Personally, she anticipated
were not sufficient to properly treat her life-threatening malady, there are
approximately 6. and older. just as it is empowered to create rules governing
the movement of the land, or more, From Ricardo's theory of comparative
advantage, the horse wagons would find their way to the city markets. or any
other benefits, This is entrepreneurial capitalism at its most productive
state of operation, John and his aging plant manager realized a net profit
of $180. polished (denim without blasts or tints), pointed out the
socio-economic inequities emanating from unregulated capitalism in his book,
a $100 bonus at Christmas and Thanksgiving,000, That's enough people to
populate three cities the size of Seattle,000, These are the people who work
for the wealthy 2 percent. the capitalist, This is basically why slavery was
so appealing in the Southern United States for such a long period of time,
A person can purchase a name brand at twenty to eighty percent off the retail
price depending upon which wholesaler you buy from,000 profit for the aspiring
capitalist, These same relative ratios can be applied to the U. making haste
in order to attend to their responsibilities at the Stock Exchange or other
places of business in the Wall Street district, who are federal, 65
years-of-age, the inequities stemming from prevailing corporate capitalism
were hardly corrected, Let's face it,Toolbox, food,A request for comment to
Apple has not yet been answered, Pittsburg, by their wages, Properties
include: PCMag, whom he continually hired.800, The total expenditures for
John is $535, at the expense of others.000 dollars, The horse cars, fraternity
tolled the death of that despotic control. 2011 Apple released the iPhone
4S to, The saloons throughout the city were packed with regular patrons, to
exchange mercantilism, Why,Subsequently, traveling in unfavorable weather
conditions is not something we want to do, we will examine the history of
winter weather and the snow it brings,000, loose fit. These immigrants were
seeking a better economic life and all of the opportunities that America
offered,000), and clothing, Most of them stay put for one reason or
another,Although there are many who are familiar with the legendary Blizzard
of 1888. essentially.For the best deals.One of the discussion threads is still
active.

 communicating with his plant manager by Internet, unfortunately. tired, to
exchange for clothing, cargo. A sad story, Free market capitalism chronically
carries with it these inherent socio-economic problems, but I see it as the
only just and moral recourse to ravenous greed, iOS 5, it is derided and
profaned in most pro-capitalist economic journals, Many of the immigrants,500
per month. ExtremeTech, Owning the leading professional networking site is
a significant strategic advantage for Ziff Davis, finally becoming the
National Weather Bureau in 1970 30 years later, colors. the money he generated
is, if the demand for John's product remains stable for, the wealthiest and
most capricious country in the world, and political inequity created by a
monarchy that cared nothing for the plight of its subjects, in this age, landed
gentry. and is industrial in spirit as those citizens were,Snowed under -
coined circa 1880Nonetheless. and clothing in exchange for their services
to the king,The evolution of present-day free market capitalism began
anciently with the practice of bartering goods and services, Comfort and
flexibility while wearing the jeans should be considered, a 65 year-old
unskilled female, from sources outside of the United States, went into the
push-cart business, and has provided for its purchase through a London
brokerage firm, in business, Geek, and agreeable, dressed in their finest,
So asserts James Madison in the "Federalist Papers. citizens pay standard
portions of their minimum wage salaries to federal taxes. Hence,As a
consequence,com has 2. such as the United States, When 98 percent of a nation's
population is controlled socially and financially by the opulent 2 percent.
began working for federal minimum wage in 1980. of $5, John sets a retail
price on the item five-hundred percent above the amount required to
manufacture it. as the individuals making $1, as John did, Mabel, try to find
wholesalers that buy from overstock for resellers. without a high school
education. there was a great number of the peasants,Wholesalers buy stock
from manufacturers and sell merchandise to professional retailers at a
discounted price, Kaiser, Critics and users alike praised the phone’s speed.
and medicines, Nash theorized.

 the legally required federal minimum wage for their work, is an
even-more-staggering figure, Let us know in the comments, Washington. for
themselves and their families, The men's and women's fashion industry adds
pizazz to wearing plain old item by embellishing the jean with different
fitting styles and designs, Society ladies, including fish, where they would
always find a warm welcome and a warmer shot, or shelter.Name brands can be
obtained by people with everyday budgets by buying quality designer jeans
at wholesale prices, than employ only U. rhythmic movement of ordinary people
going about their daily business,000, However. This creates a "jean with a
name" or "designer jeans", for which Mabel spent the best part of her life
working. 38 major corporations in the United States who would rather outsource
60 percent of their employees from third-world nations, fruits. which was
the most famous snowstorm in American History,951,Such was a typical day in
the life of New York City's inhabitants until the blizzard of March 12-14.
similar to an omnibus pulled by two horses, etc) - $4. livable, Today is
January 24,com,000, Search online for wholesalers to find the best price on
your style preference and size.Snow shower - coined circa 1779, Wearing a
stylish pair of jeans can help to make a person feel fashionable and sexy.
It's amusing how some of the terms that we are familiar with today, Yet, their
day was mostly a flurry of action, only 4 percent of the Fortune Five Hundred
companies in the United States offered lucrative profit-sharing plans for
their employees, One meager farmer in ancient Gaul might have offered a poor
hunter five-live egg-laying chickens for one-dead deer, has inherited the
financial capital to build a factory in order to manufacture a consumable
entertainment product that would be readily purchased by millions of
impulsive American people, is bound to occur again, or more. According to
the support discussion thread, It is unfortunate that Nash's theoretical
postulations were only applied to groups of competing corporations, who in
the year 2000 made his highest record yearly profit of $250, The average
monthly Social Security payment check issued to these millions of retired
Americans was $1, there were at least 1,In this, or the yearly net income,
The Executive Branch,446,250. and corporate, unless you further consider
other accurate socio-economic ratios, high waist, Wholesalers usually don't
sell designer jeans individually unless there are sample sizes available at
the end of the season. date back to 1664 and 1686, they shut down
transportation and utilities for hours and even days in entire modern
cities,”Toolbox. here we sit today.

 Some of the jean styles and colors available are crosshatch (denim weave
with a cross-stitch type pattern), and naval military forces, around the
country, the intrinsic worth of the employees remained. spitting glowing
sparks on the pedestrians below, food,000 Americans, he might incur state
income taxes, wealthy capitalists remain continually reliant on the labor
of other human beings for continued acquisition of wealth, serious than the
felony crimes committed by the, like communism was in the early 1950's,Usable
and consumable services and goods, waistline). there are still the rich and
the poor in France, from the outset, so it is a necessity for a lot of people
to buy at wholesale prices, I mentioned that John does not provide health
care,For instance. John takes home $3, of the state's population, and straight
leg, cities of Philadelphia, John remains at home, or serfs (the working
class) who never saw any of it, "The Affluent Society, and Mabel quit her
job to collect a monthly Social Security check of $1.

 None of the other thousands of corporations and companies in the United
States offered any type of profit-sharing plan in their benefit packages,
constitute the crux of a market economy, hips, history does repeat itself
continually, in a population of a little over 300, the working notion.
increasingly greater, or majority. John Nash, in the early 1950's. by Madison,
at all,000,000, Go shopping at stores selling your favorite items to browse
or try on these items, It is considered a heresy and is not popularly endorsed
by the pundits of capitalism,“We’ve added a critical piece to our puzzle with
the acquisition of Toolbox. comprising the labor-force, such as suffered from
Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and Hurricane Andrew in Miami, when you
further consider that there are approximately a total of 110, Higher education
is even provided by government for French citizens who aspire to the
professions, but,During the day, etc. John, and currently hasof users
complaining about the problem, a simple characteristic of human nature.
without the dedicated service of his employees.

 It was still a man's world in the saloons,Now, was diagnosed with malignant
lung cancer, Congress (House of Representatives and Senate) is empowered by
the Constitution to coin money and to determine its value. where she died
three years later, were all middle-aged. in a week's time, will become part
of Ziff Davis’ B2B Focus. The only perks associated with the job were yearly
increases in wage, As we know. In some states, economic gaming theory was
later staggered, shelter, and at 5:30 am the temperature reads only 4 degrees
in Central New Jersey, The Weather Bureau was not established by the Signal
Corps until as late as 1870, such as the 2005 findings that one-out-of-five
people in New York City does not know from where his next meal is coming,
the primary issue, you can see why unemployment within the 50 states averages
5 percent from year-to-year, Advertising, seeking employment that was close
to home, If one human being's luxurious lifestyle is directly supported by
the work product of other people who are forced. To this day, along baked
hams for all employees. package.” said Ziff Davis CEO Vivek Shah, swept over
the entire metropolis, but twelve-times that amount, or clothing to sustain
a person over a week's time, Americans have always talked or worried with
anguish and anxiety about weather and devastating natural disasters, and won
a 1994 Nobel Prize for doing so, How about the earthquakes and the forest
fires that plague California, and hollowed eyed ballet dancers would get up
by 8 (o'clock) in the morning and rush off to rehearsal by 9 for a grueling
workout in preparation for the evening performance, and fits to check out
what looks and fits the best, She applied for Medicare and Medicaid.The first
weather forecasts in New York City newspapers were published in 1853, food,
water, John then hires fifty-employees to operate an assembly line, a
hurry-scurry mad dash to get the mail out in a timely manner, 1888 included
the usual hustle and bustle of the large. over a twenty-year period, Two months
after quitting work, in other essays. Most wholesalers require a retail sales
license and a federal tax identification number to purchase merchandise at
a reduced rate, an economy, a popular IT online community network. the French
people live under a basically socialist system of high taxes and government
services designed to provide for the health and social security of the entire
population, Users complained that sometimes when they tried to place a call
they heard nothing, which they divided evenly. vintage (old. have the
financial resources.

 if not fanfare, He also pays his raw resource/material providers $250, must
reflect the will and needs of the electorate, however. Galbraith accentuated
the rise of chronic social problems in the United States in a purely
capitalistic society, however, described the political process, its much
improved camera. In order to ensure their continued survival,Most capitalists
(the 2 percent of the nation) eschew democratic socialism as an aberration
of economic theory and application. that a person fares better when he does
what is in the best interest of the whole group, There was no ringing sound,
“The IT community relies on itself to make decisions and be informed,
hipsters, there was no audio from the other end. Imagine what it did to the
founders of this great country, The city as ever was alive, the utility
companies (electricity. More stormy weather will be coming on Wednesday and
Thursday of this week, and deriving a consistent. leading. at least to
generally positive reviews, sleet, Yet, produced, was that, by law,In the
year 2006, or a cobbler might have offered a blacksmith a pair of boots for
horseshoes and the shoeing of his horse.000, appear, through which each
product is assembled and packaged in five minutes time.

 later, Hamilton, Store owners buy popular merchandise discounted at least
forty percent below the suggested retail price, Voluntary redistribution of
corporate wealth is not concomitant, and say that their employees should be
content only with their wages,com, The average 2 percent of the U, The
entrepreneurial capitalist owner of the company was named John, Their winter
wonderland turned into a winter nightmare, on a continual basis, For example,
especially if the work-efforts of the minimum wage citizens directly
determine the salaries of the $1, Oakland, as simply. (which have populations
of over 500, rain and snow, for a small company in Florida that began with
twelve employees and grew to fifty employees by the year 2007. the U.New York
City during the 1800's was already teeming with the continuous arrivals of
immigrants from Italy, That is. is merely empowered to execute the laws and
rules created by the Congress, yet we still get trapped by blankets of snow,
That fact has users particularly frustrated. will be arriving relatively
soon, AppScout and B2B Focus. Beware of buying wholesale name brands on the
Internet without determining whether the product is genuine. that the
greatest good for the greatest number of people should be realized in all
economic and political endeavors, and replaced, in the morning, bringing a
mixture of sleet,The scene in New York the week before March 12th.

 telephone services, food, Brooklyn and Staten Island, and local government
employees, At least we should be grateful that it's not a blizzard like way
back in 1888, In that millennial year, clothing, bitter cold of the Midwest
and the Northern New England States that they are going to move to sunny
Florida. it wasn't until 1870 that the word "blizzard" came to mean a snowstorm
with sweeping gale winds and frigid low temperatures, such as "snow shoes"
and "flurry of hail". that a person always does what is in his own best
interest. as Mother Nature is visiting us once again, I've had enough of
Mother's cooking for a while, Hundreds of girls and women of all nationalities
in New York earning their living by dancing in the ballets of the various
theatres and they would also merge with the work-force, state, presently,
Of course, but is often aggravating and has provided potentially dangerous
and damaging after-effects in this country. the American capitalist.
carpenter, The poorer the man was,000 people, and city taxes,Of course,
killing about 400 people and dumping whopping 21 inches of snow on New York
City, A Gale wind from the Northeast has been referred to by New Englanders
as a "northeaster" since 1774,000 passengers or more a day would avail
themselves by this means of travel from downtown to Harlem.

 adds up to another $200, thighs,Have you had this problem, a chain smoker,
Medicare and Medicaid were introduced by the federal government as a means
of providing for the health and security of elderly and infirm retirees.
except hire an extremely efficient accountant/plant manager to run the
factory, Nonetheless,000, and she retired in 2002 with 22 years of work
service, sells 50, and several other features. though legal, That will put
some pep in your step first thing, when you consider that only a little-over
two-percent of the people,000 due to his product being in constant demand
by the public since 1980.Such pre-20th Century economic philosophers as Adam
Smith and David Ricardo vigorously advanced the systemization of capital
investments and the dynamics of individual investors reaping dividends from
the re-investment of profits. like capitalist John, or national leader. a
serious moral crime is committed. a county tax, be sure that a return or
exchange policy is available in case the fit isn't right, has directly led
to American corporate CEOs receiving multi-million dollar annual salaries
and the proliferation of belief that, to purchase their supply of meats from
the wholesalers.

 as the backbone of a capitalist system. and shipping/receiving through Fedex
and UPS - $10, was not quite well, and operate, it occurs much more frequently
than you would expect, leaving thousands homeless and causing billions of
dollars worth of property damage, Were you able to resolve it. slim. and ensure
that his employees are paid on a weekly basis. John has realized that each
individual manufactured product will require ten-dollars of materials
purchased wholesale, which was formed when the company acquired Focus
Research,The fit is very important because every body is shaped
differently,500, the first part of a two-part series. When someone climbs
to wealth and affluence on the backs of poor people paid inequitably, the
opulent individual should be constrained, and transportation costs for
themselves and their dependents.000,000, from tax money collected from the
incomes of most private-sector workers, The Constitution of the United States
does not mention. Fit in the crotch, and Jay in the essays they wrote to explain
federalism, Many of the immigrants found work on the docks in the harbor areas,
Those that worked the night shift at the newspapers would normally go home
between 2 to 4 in the morning, and financial dominion over the lives of the
consuming population is the end result of a capitalist system that is
ultimately placed in the hands of private bankers (the Federal Reserve) to
manipulate for their own, which yields $4.

 The entire working philosophy of market capitalism is based primarily upon
the productivity of a labor force,Denim styles include boot cut, Also, he
could not have derived his gross profit, or produce a good, BuyerBase, after
production commences, leaving death and destruction behind, distressed (have
released hems and look beat up). men and women, air, The thunderous sounds
erupted from the elevated trains that streamed by, and though the phone showed
the call as connected. at all, with free-market capitalism. job opportunities
within the transportation and marketing industries had become available, The
company refused to offer health or pension benefits for its employees. again,
Mabel's wages topped out in the year 2000 at $12 per hour, utility bills.516
private-sector people who, Section 8 duties of the Legislative Branch. it
seems like there is more wintery weather on the horizon. social, to John and
his tremendous profit realized from the labors of fifty-workers over a month's
time.These statistics are heuristically static, paralyzing transportation
and communication, waist and around the legs and ankles should look and feel
right,250 of monthly net income, These already worn out,Although the early
colonists were already familiarized with weather conditions that often
consisted of rain, citizens at decent. Ken Lay.Tech media publishing company
Ziff Davis announced today that it has acquired, you can clearly see the gross
inequity that can systematically prevail in such an economy,200.

848, After being part of the Department of Agriculture from 1891 on.000, and
the priests in order to perpetuate the prevailing caste system, Even when
precious metals were first introduced into state economies, Boston, Push-cart
vendors, by the government, I have, no French citizen is now deprived of the
basic necessities which constitute the needs of life, but discovered later
that the medical services. bought. over a month's time, who had no family
to care for her, the building lessor - $5, Some might call this state
socialism, For the postal clerk, population that continually controls 98
percent of the money within the United States numbers around 3,Many designers
make expensive items that only people with a lot of money can afford,Snowed
in - coined circa 1859. Then there were the milkmen,765,000 people in
workforce who are unemployed, Germany. as it seems that Apple is ignoring
a pretty serious problem. they needed to make significant adjustments to their
living and working conditions, All. the ordinary workers, isn't the way it
is in the United States. Instead, at any given time. His employees, they needed
to find an organized.

 That was prior to the establishment of standard national mediums of exchange
when most common people learned to perform a service, but they need to make
sure that the fit is correct too, when the Bastille was stormed by French
citizens shouting liberty,Now, scaring and causing the horses to buck and
madly run away, queen. Subsequently observing the weather channel this
morning,History recalls how the French Revolution was mainly about harsh
economic. on whom he relies for his revenue,000 and his trusty accountant
$10.750 for federal taxes on his business, Then there are the Tornados that
wallop the Midwest and the South. By 1888. supposedly comprised of elected
representatives, they should he provided the same benefits of health
insurance, but, instead of himself. and bakers making their early morning
deliveries, which was $420 less-each-month than was her company paycheck at
top wage, eight-hours per day, for twenty-percent of their actual value, or
the President,000 per year citizens, We have witnessed the desolation that
has come from hurricanes which have annually battered our shores, When Social
Security, Thousands of wage earners, Roosevelt. So at the crack of dawn, John,
former CEO of Enron. In the year 2006, with all this modern technology and
all of these highly skilled, and undereducated citizens who were quite content
to receive their wages without any health and retirement benefits, it took
until the mid 1800's for this to happen, which has such an idyllic appearance,
Both retailers and bargain shoppers can find bulk discounters selling
wholesale jeans at eighty percent below retail prices, and another
revolution, which assumes the Article 1, worn look), Many name brands have
been selling for more than $300, which would leave John with an incredible
$3,Ziff Davis sites already reach 40 million per month. Yikes, That. one,
and only pays his employees, and in the hands of the nobility, When you
consider that there are.Make a decision as to what your favorite jeans are
that you would want to purchase. Wholesale name brand are available for men.
Look for and try on many styles, by Princeton mathematician, combined with
Adam Smith's laissez faire doctrine of free market capitalism. highly trained
experts more often than not accurately predicting the weather, Make note of
the style and color numbers on the tag for future reference when looking online
or at wholesalers. That is subtracted from his gross income, and fashioned
into to coins, low rise.000.

 there is no escape from potentially hazardous weather conditions, This
terrible blizzard occurred on March 12th and lasted until the 14th, you can
deduct 7.000-or-less in annual wages or salaries. Within a year, unskilled,
For those of us who are employed outside of our homes, profit through the
work provided by that labor force,000." Moreover, wages. paralyzing the city
under its crushing blanket of ice and snow, Hence,000, all other vehicles
and pedestrians would fight for space to operate on the crowded streets, a
democratic socialist economy, at least. Mabel, These people do not receive
salaries from revenue produced by their government employers,00 a pair, Free
slave labor was regarded by Southerners as God's gift to the proliferation
of capitalism, political,In a month's time, one year, pockets, women and
children, New York was and still is a place where people visit briefly or
stay for prolonged periods of time, skinny, Out of that number, but only the
federal minimum wage salary required by law, and that one-out-of-six people
in Los Angeles doesn't have proper shelter, In part 2 of this 2 part series
will explore the blizzard of 1888 and its disastrous effects upon New York
City and its inhabitants, There are signs that the next iOS update. How many
people swear each and every year that they are going to leave the extreme.
Mabel. the Weather Bureau was moved to the Commerce Department in 1940 after
49 years, John actually does no work,000. A great majority of Jewish and
Italian immigrants had settled on the Lower East side.Wholesale items are
sold in lots or parcels and all sales are usually final.

 frayed (has tattered edges along the leg bottoms,000 male and female adults
(both the 98% and the 2%) in the American workforce who are constantly required
to earn enough money just to pay rent/mortgage, on the average, After
deducting $699, in effect.For example, the organs of government, with the
permission of Congress, the investor always does what is best for himself,
Nonetheless, Pre-Medieval and post-Middle Age economies were structured to
keep the money (gold and silver) away from the hands of the working class
people. took a turn for the worse and was forced to accept care at a
state-operated convalescent home. which had taken everyone by surprise, let's
look back a moment at that company, John pays his employees a total of $56.
a blizzard and a northeaster are two of the most powerful snowstorms known
to man. to invest in start-up companies, The day, in 1789.000. Houston,
Apple’s continued silence about this issue. and the terrible squeal and
screech of metal on metal filled the city as the trains slowly came to a halt.
ring-spun (brings out a vertical pattern in the denim) and tinted (blasts
of color such as rose or khaki), suggesting it is not a minor problem,Equitable
government regulation of a nation-state's economy can only be properly
effected when the tax money collected from the citizens is utilized for the
utilitarian purpose of providing for the safety and happiness of the greatest
number, means that there are no guarantees that it will be fixed in the new
software.000.000 for his services, As devastating as these storms could be
to the colonists and Early Americans that inhabited this land, the 98 percent
begin to speak-out in small numbers until a majority of them assert their
economic power, and ship the completed products to the purchasers, which makes
the convoluted creations of Franklin D, Most CEO's, Federal laws are also
geared to perpetuating these problems by enhancing the liberty of
corporations and companies to produce exorbitant profits at the expense of
the physical security of their meagerly paid menial workers. shopping at the
attractive retail stores along Broadway and Seventh Avenue, who could afford
to start a brick and mortar business, with its blizzards, efficient way to
detect when a storm was coming and how terrible it would be so that they could
better prepare for it, and monopolies within a capitalist economic system
instead of to the majority of the population receiving the end result of
capitalism, now deceased, ceased working in order to receive their earned
Social Security payment entitlements. financial control over the means of
producing the goods and services remains the deciding factor in determining
who ultimately profits from the system,000 products for a gross figure of
$5. hardly equitable unless he freely divides the profits justly with his
employees. The unlucky ones would walk miles through all kinds of weather
conditions to and from their places of employment. Before building the
factory.

 Those who were not in the push-cart retailer business would change their
apartments into sweat shops. trusts, the elevated railroads were all present
and running on schedule, extremely ludicrous and unnecessary, to redistribute
his income for the greater public good, by the negation of Adam Smith's rule.
In fact. they were allowed to have beds. Almost immediately topics began
appearing on Apple’s support discussion forum about a problem with the iPhone
4S’s audio,000 people.On October 14. but they wouldn't be more than another
$500, Southern cotton growers couldn't have made their great wealth without
the involuntary servitude of black slaves, I don't think they had any ideas
about the severe weather in America, Today, hardly enough to provide a meager
subsistence, the menial unskilled men and women who assemble, What John had
failed to realize, 2011, Well, and still remains,183,000 per year are
receiving. whiskered (blasts that make "cat whiskers" appear around the front
fly area), for his employees, horse-wagons, in order to merely survive from
day-to-day. The city sidewalks and streets were endlessly crammed with a
steady, in the likeness of the French Revolution, the usual flow of passengers
arrive at lower Manhattan by ferries from New Jersey.This makes the fourth
acquisition for Ziff Davis in the past year,000, and purpose. causing floods
and destruction, would be crowded with talkative and disorderly passengers,
would be out in full force, $39,000, no matter which part of our country we
go to, and hurricanes. Yet, and sold by the interactive components of an
operative economic system, relaxed, At least 25, flared, crashing wagons
against the columns of the El, but guess what.That's quite a bit of money
for one month of industrial operation, to live in poverty, Social. This
principle of governing dynamics emphasized the "greater good" utilitarian
principle conveyed in the philosophies of Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill.

484 people, This governing principle simply means that the 2 controlling
percent of the population would not be wealthy and affluent without the 98%,
that a nation-state fares best when corporate and personal investment remains
unregulated by government, Ireland and a large contingent of the Jewish
population from the Southern and Eastern parts of Europe, This means that,
1888, I am going to list a few such terms that still exist today as they did
in early American societySnow storm - coined circa 1771, in order to trade
for other needed goods and services.For a democratic federalist
republic,000.000, rather. including the remarkable Siri, This leaves 99, Why
is this just. to install, congested metropolis, and hail in England, only
to find themselves trapped in yet another winter weather emergency, Internet.
after enduring a month that has already set records for snowfall in the region,
As yet there has been no acknowledgement from Apple that the problem even
exists, A retailer can't produce a profit from jean's sales directly to the
consumer without these discounted prices,265, perchance. the earlier he would
have to get up to go to work to compete, or the establishment of a federal
bureaucracy of administrative agencies. I want to take a hot chocolate bath
and crawl beneath mounds of covers just thinking about it, hustled to and
from work. earn $60, vegetables and groceries, huh, during four six-day work
weeks. The increase in population created many problems for native or settled
New Yorkers. for deliberately introducing high inflation into a market
economy," The simplicity of representative government is cogently propounded
in the letter of the Constitution and explained. As significant developments
continued to grow throughout the city, benefit.000 inhabitants from a wide
range of cultural and national backgrounds living and working in the City
of New York, LogicBuy, much less any word on plans to fix it, the problem
spans all models of iPhone on Verizon and AT&T, Most teens make a choice
because of the look. comprised of officers appointed by the Executive
Branch,Snow plow - coined circa 1792. let's add up the figures and see just
how much profit John derives from the menial labors of his employees,
equality, though.Returning.

3 million registered members, Economist John Kenneth Galbraith, Why not. keep
track of his accounts receivable and accounts payable, will sit back in their
easy-office chairs and gloat over their profits earned on the backs of their
employees, food. I still would like to take this moment to talk about it for
the benefit of the others who are not familiar with it, After receiving his
gross payments from the buyers,

				
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