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10.  A Thousand Years – Christina Perri


9. The Scientist – Coldplay


8.  Whiskey Lullaby – Brad Paisley & Alison Krauss


7.  Pumped Up Kicks – Foster the People


6.  Home – Phillip Phillips


5.  Rain of Gold – Young Empires


4.  I Won’t Give Up – Jason Mraz


3.  We Found Love – Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris


2.  Rolling in the Deep – Adele (Live-2012 Grammy Awards)

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ckIulg1DfQ&list=FL3G7Jhn0Cr660NfUpH- K6vg&index=47

1.  Someone Like You – Adele (live-pre-Grammy Brit Awards)


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16 Things About 2013 That Are Really Going To Stink

 By Michael, on December 27th, 2012
Source:  http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/16-things-about-2013-that-are-really-going-to-stink

16 Things About 2013 That Are Really Going To Stink - Photo by Linh_rOmThe beginning of the year has traditionally been a time of optimism when we all look forward to the exciting things that are going to happen over the next 12 months.  Unfortunately, there are a whole bunch of things about 2013 that we already know are going to stink.  Taxes are going to go up, good paying jobs will continue to leave the country, small businesses will continue to be destroyed, the number of Americans living in poverty will continue to soar, our infrastructure will continue to decay, global food supplies will likely continue to dwindle and the U.S.national debt will continue to explode.  Our politicians continue to pursue the same policies that got us into this mess, and yet they continue to expect things to magically turn around.  But that…

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22 Stats That Prove That There Is Something Seriously Wrong With Young Men In America

By Michael, on December 17th, 2012
Source:  http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/22-stats-that-prove-that-there-is-something-seriously-wrong-with-young-men-in-america

Young MenWhen are we finally going to admit that we have a very serious problem with this generation of young men in America?  We have failed them so dramatically that it is hard to put it into words.  We have raised an entire generation of young males that don’t know how to be men, and many of them feel completely lost.  Sometimes they feel so lost that they “snap” in very destructive ways.  Adam Lanza and James Holmes are two names that come to mind.  Why is it that mass murderers are almost always young men?  Why don’t young women behave the same way?  Sadly, Adam Lanza and James Holmes are just the tip of the iceberg of a much larger problem in our society.  Our young women…

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Here is what I sent my Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) today:

Here is what you stated to me via email: “I do not support attempts mandating the Pentagon to undertake a “green” energy agenda. The additional resources allocated to purchasing expensive alternative fuels will take valuable resources away from other national defense priorities. America’s military leaders should only consider purchasing alternative sources of energy when they become cost competitive and a better deal for taxpayers.”

Why are we not moving towards the inevitable green energy & INFINITE sources of energy like solar, wind, hydro-electric and geo-thermal power? We are completely capable civilian-wise and military-wise to make this happen, however the main obstacle I hear and feel is that we are going to effectively limit and/or shut down all the dirty forms of FINITE fossil fuel energy we still have out there of which they are becoming increasingly difficult to retrieve!…

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Show This To Anyone That Believes That Taxes Are Too Low

 By Michael, on December 6th, 2012

Every year average Americans pay dozens of different types of taxes, and yet many of our politicians are very open about the fact that they want to raise rates even higher and invent even more ways to bleed us all dry.  Someday historians will look back and be absolutely amazed at how stupid we were.  We have the most complicated tax code in all of human history and at this point the federal tax code is more than four times as long as the entire collected works of William Shakespeare.  In many places it is so incomprehensible that nobody actually understands what it means and the entire thing is absolutely riddled with loopholes from the beginning to the end.  Trust me, I used to study this stuff.  Nobody could ever read the…

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