Thursday, July 12, 2007


Guess what Norway started in 1969? They started aggressive off-shore drilling for oil. Guess what else? Since they weren’t a bunch of pansy ass, whiney, save-the-sea horses crackpots, they found it. Lots of it. So much, in fact, that today they have the highest number of millionaires of any country in the world. And we’re talking dollar millionaires, the kind that we know and aspire to be. One of every 84 citizens in Norway is worth over a million dollars, not counting the value of their primary residence. There are only 4.6 million Norwegians, but 54,810 of them are dollar millionaires! Let’s divide that by three to allow for households and one in every 28 households is worth over a million dollars not including their primary residence. And -- this is big, so listen -- they’re not dependent on Middle East oil, politics, Jihad, corruption, etc., etc., etc.

Imagine the possibilities if we could tap the huge reserves in and around this country! ANWR, anyone?

L.D. offers the following link as an example of how anyone can make money on global warming, any time, anywhere. Open the link and have a read.



A state Chinese TV station went undercover for a story exposing a tainted food product. Of course they didn’t have to look too hard to find one.

They infiltrated a company that makes steamed buns. Only these steamed buns were filled with chopped cardboard, softened with an industrial chemical and flavored with fatty pork to make it look and taste like meat. There is apparently no shortage of tainted products coming from China, from buns to dog food to soy sauce made with human hair. I’m glad I never liked Chinese food!


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