Cracker Barrel and the U.S. Economy – Let’s give up our jobs!

Cracker barrel is right a store here. Wonder if it’s the same as Illinois and Wisconsin cheese, but here it’s like a novelty store. I could care less, but it’s always been consuming calories somewhere on the last of the back burner files in my brain, as to what sort of operation it is. On the East Coast, Cracker Barrel is a cheese. A pretty good brand of a group of different cheeses. But out here, it’s the name of a store. State law, or d/b/a names, I have no idea. Things that make ya go hmm.. meanwhile, I develop technology. I couldn’t do it without China and Korea… We Americans don’t want buildings or structures or oils or factories, that CREATE the very things we PURCHASE. We want to throw that pollution on less-regulated areas overseas, then pass laws that restrict development in this country. We don’t need competition to kill our own jobs – we VOTE FOR IT. We may not know it, but we vote out our own jobs. The root of that phenomenon is, WHY? My answer is: Psychology. We believe in a free lunch, and there is such a thing as a free lunch, contrary to popular belief. The main variant applicable in that equation is the specific definition of the qualifier “free”.

Copyright (C) 2013 Brendon Tristal

tags American Jobs, jobs in the USA, US economy, GDP growth in America

3 responses to “Cracker Barrel and the U.S. Economy – Let’s give up our jobs!

  1. We design our own demise.

    Copyright (C) 2013 Brendon Tristal
    P.S. “We’re STILL NOT WHERE WE NEED TO BE” -President Barack Obama

    P.S. “With EVERY ADVANCE IN TECHNOLOGY, VARIOUS JOBS ARE PERMANENTLY ELIMINATED BY PROCESS OF BEING MADE OBSOLETE.” -ME

    P.S. “OUR TECHNOLOGY IS SO VULNERABLE, AND OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM SUCH A FAILURE, THAT WE WILL SADLY WORK OUR WAY INTO A THIRD WORLD NATION, UNLESS THERE IS A REAL AND TANGIBLE PROGRESSION INTO THE COMING PARADIGM SHIFT” -ME, DECEMBER 10, 2013

    U.S. Economy, Entrepreneurship, Eking out a living, Skilled people with no job

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