Life At University And In The Bureaucracy: The Department Of Nice

Prolly the best take-down of the modern American university environment, and of federal bureaucracies, that I have ever read.  Courtesy of TheZMan blog, 9 March 2017.  Enjoy! The Department of Nice The other day, I was at the Department of Nice. It is in the Imperial Capital area and while it is not a very pleasant commute, once you are there, it is very nice. It’s still technically winter here, but the weather was very mild, in the 60’s with a gentle breeze. Many of the nice people, who work in the Department of Nice, took advantage of the nice … Continue reading

Social Security – Abuses of Fund Payments

Feds Screw Up Over $1 Billion In Social Security Payments Quick trivia buff information:  -Social Security numbers were first issued in November 1936. -To date, 453.7 million different numbers have been issued.   -No, Social Security numbers (SSN) are not reassigned after the number holder’s death. -About 5 and one-half million are issued new numbers a year. -The current numbering system will provide enough new numbers for several generations into the future with no changes in the numbering system. By now there is no shock when we are given proof of the abuse, fraud, corruption and total lack of oversight of … Continue reading