When you really think about it, as much you probably hate to admit it, the gov’t has to bail out banks at the expense of American taxpayers. When it all comes down to it, this economy is ran on invisible money, known as credit.

This video at the end of this post was sent to me about a year ago by my brother Dusty over at Politics BS & The Tinfoil Tirades; I suggest you folks stopping bye his spot and showing him some love.The video delves deeply into our addiction to the drug of money. Believe it or not, we’re all addicted, and our psyche is greatly impacted by this incessant desire to keep up with the Jones’. Trust me when I tell you….its the American way.

Our credit has become so much a way of life, that you can use the excuse of working in a resturant, dressed like a pirate, serving clam chowder and iced tea, to not going to Which is pretty convenient, and excludes you from going into detail about stuff like…flunking out of high school. I never thought of it that way. But I guess that would, or should be the excuse adopted by everybody who is perceived as a failure in life. Yeah, I think I’ll start using that one from here on out. Next time anyone asks me for advice on pretty much anything, I’m gonna tell them they should have went to You too (fŭng’kē) [blak] [chik] , remember that next time you call me and we talk about life, love, and all the other good stuff we talk about from time to time.

“Damn RiPPa, my girl just told me she was pregnant and I don’t know if the baby is really mine…”


shoulda went to free credit report dot com dawgg thats your fault.

Sucks to be you!

I think I’ll start with the next person who rolls up alongside me in traffic driving a raggedy ass car. That should be fun after I make them roll their window down, and turn down that loud ass music so they can hear what I have to say. Hopefully they won’t get pissed and they’d acknowledge my humanitarian effort.

Hope you enjoy the video.