My SimCity Review: Even Though I Have Yet to Play the Game

I enjoy playing online games, even though finding just the right game that suits my style can be a challenge.  I have loved SuperPoke Pets in the past, and now, this week, I have a whole new endearment to endorse — SimCity — even though I have yet to play the game!

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Processed Sugar is the New White Devil

America is controlled by the sugar interest, not the big oil monopolies.  Oh, sure, we think we need oil to live, but we need sugar to survive!  Without sugar, we’d stop working, we’d go through immediate glucose withdrawal, and we wouldn’t have anything to eat, because all our mainstream processed foods are packed with pounds of The New White Devil.

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Kevin Costner Helps through Action, Not Words

It’s all well and good when celebrities like Wycleff Jean try to make the world a better place by telling other people what to do. Talk is not just cheap, as some say — it is actually free. You can have all the brilliant notions you want and just go around telling people about them, but it won’t actually necessarily make anything happen.

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Drowning in Oil and the Suffocating Shore

The British Petroleum oil spill currently poisoning the Gulf of Mexico and saturating the American coastline with a thick, brown, three-inch, frosting of petroleum gunk, is both tragic and completely expected.  When “Drill, Baby, Drill” becomes the hubristic political mantra of a radical wing, the end result of such an insane and insensitive notion is the punishment currently shattering the shores of Louisiana that will shame the previous, and preventable, Katrina damage by a magnitude of suffering humanity and rotting wildlife.

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Is Electromagnetic Radiation Illness the New Fibromyalgia?

We have seen medical quackery over and over again in the last few years, ranging from the horrid Fibromyalgia to pre-glaucoma. In the last few years, people who most likely once wore tin helmets to prevent the government from reading their minds started making an appearance in the forms of complaints made about cities that have freely available wi-fi.

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Wealth Against Commonwealth and the Wrath of the Present Past

When we get lost, the first place we look to find our way back home is a yearning glance over our shoulder.  We turn back to discover the forward of where we’ve been and how we’ve come to be here.  Sometimes we learn the lessons of the past.  Sometimes we condemn our future by ignoring the warnings of a world gone awry in antiquity, and we pay for the sins of that dishonest disremembering by reliving the death and blood of our forefathers.  In 1894, Henry Demarest Lloyd warned us in his incredible — Wealth Against Commonwealth — book that “Big Business” corrupts liberty and sets national agendas of death and killing for the almighty dollar.  Over a hundred years later, we have yet to heed Lloyd’s warning as we sink deeper into an international depression of our own undoing.

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