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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Below is a video that I ran into on MSN Today. Van Der Sloot the young man who allegedly killed a young woman in Peru wants to make a deal. That is understandable. His father is no longer here so now Van Der Sloot must use other means to help himself. Look at the video and see for yourself what is up with Van der  Sloot. (Article continues after video)

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Interesting enough, Van der Sloots mother now claims that he is mentally ill. What does she mean by mentally ill? Is he paranoid schizophrenic, bipolar or what. I am no psychiatrist or expert in the field of psychology but could it be that This young man is just a plain old fashion social-path or psychopath?  In any case, mother says he needs psychiatric help. Well if he is a social-path, forget the psychiatric help. It will not help according to psychiatrists. In any case, is it becoming apparent that Van der Sloot needs to be considered a clear and apparent danger to society.

The following is a video of what Van der Sloot's mother has to say. Perhaps his mother should talk with Menninger's of the USA to see if it is a good idea to give this young man psychiatric help or if it is better to just lock him up for life or at least to keep him under close supervision.

It is difficult when this occurs in the family and its a family blood relation that is a sociopath, indeed one's own child, there are other things to consider. Such as:
  • Should this person be released onto society?
  •  Is psychiatric help really going to help or just create a bigger problem?
  •  Is it better just to keep this person comfortabably locked up in a secure situation where they cannot harm another person or people?
In any case, I for one am delighted to not be Van der Sloot's mom. I do not condemn her however. From what I have read and been told sociopaths are very difficult to deal with.

 This site, Profile of the Sociopath, summarizes what a sociopath is. This particular site really scares me. 

Van der Sloot's mom should take heart and courage in the knowledge that she is not alone. This can happen in any family.

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Thursday, June 17, 2010

RE: BP Saga Continues

The British Petroleum debacle continues. The CEO is before the USA congressional investigation committee. He looks very contrite.

Apparently BP officials somewhere in the company thought it was worth the risk to save a few million dollars or so. I bet those parts they skimped on look pretty good right now.

According to the history of British Petroleum on FundingUniverse.com British Petroleum endeavors to have open communication between the different levels within the company. Apparently someone is not aware of part of the cooperate mission because on Fox news today the CEO repeatedly said he did know the answers to some pretty rudimentary questions.


I wonder how all of this is going to impact the world. There is more involved here than Britain and USA interests.

Why doesn't BP swallow its pride and ask the other oil companies and USA government to help it. There seems to be quite a bit of problem with BP trying to make a go on its own.

Personally I sympathize with BP investors and employees but the people along the coast and the rest of the world is suffering and going to suffer more.

BP officials took a gamble, a gamble with chips and money that was not theirs to use or gamble. They gambled the environment, the welfare and health of people not just along the coastline but the entire world, the animals and their investors money. Now the piper will be paid regardless of whether BP bites the bullet or not.
Unfortunately it the price will cost everyone.

There's a book about the history British Petroleum below. Next to it is another one that is titled Don't Go Near The Water. Both should make for interesting reading.

I also noticed that Amazon has a sweat shirt or long sleeve shirt that says save the Gulf Coast. There is also a short sleeve shirt available. It is worded rather strongly too. The shirts are none to flattering for British Petroleum.

The pictures of the items are below. Click on them and you can buy them from Amazon.



Personally I reserve judgement on BP. Why because it is easy for me to see how hypnotic profit can be. After all, who would have thought this would happen? Certainly not the British or the Europeans. Certainly not the Americans that are supposed to do the inspections.

Here is what British Petroleum disaster spokesman says that BP is going to do: http://bp.concerts.com/gom/MakingitRight.htm

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

RE: Getting Carried Away

Everyone wants their say or day of fame. Sometimes people get carried away. 

Anger makes people do things in a thoughtless way. Young people may have too much power. Below is an idea of what happens when teeny boppers get too much power.

Cell phones, computers, etc unsupervised use by children puts too much power in the young's reach. Then someone gets hurt. Below is a video of what is happening with more and more frequency. Now three young people's lives are ruined by to much power and thoughtless use of it.

Maybe all of mankind should think before acting. These electronic devices are useful but should be used with wisdom.

Click on the forward arrow below to see what I am talking about. Please post below an opinion about this situation.



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