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The Gross National Debt
Price of Addiction
to Foreign Oil
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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

National Debt and Foreign Oil Dependence

Price of Addiction


to Foreign Oil

The Gross National Debt

These are two new links I found to put on my blog, indicating the national debt and the cost of dependence on foreign oil.
Click on the links and they explain how the figures are computed.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Sunday Post #2

Fall has come.
Planet Earth gives most 4 seasons a year. Depending on the hemisphere you are in, it is either spring or autumn. For those of us in the western hemisphere the leaves are beginning to change colors and the sun is dropping beyond the horizon earlier and earlier.
Before the winter must come autumn. Autumn is the unique transfer from the summer solstice to the winter solstice.
From the beginning in the spring, when the ice thaws, the buds forming on tree limbs to though the summer, when leaves are bright green, to the autumn where the leaves turn from green to pretty colors of red, yellow, and orange. It is a reminder for us that old man winter is around the corner.
Fall officially started on 9-23-2006
Many enjoy the foliage. Many people take day trips to forested areas to see the unique display of colors that mother nature can provide us. It is a special time of the year. Families gather in awe, although the same event happens every year, people still find a special quality in the foliage that never changes from year to year.
Eventually the tree will be bare of leaves. Its branches naked. The Fall wind breeze by and the leaves turn from a collage of reds, yellows, and oranges, into a crumbly faded brown. The leaves are brown, torn, crumbled, and scattered along the terrain.