Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Losers Calling for "Unification"


It's a trap.

Obama and Donald sit down and talk and the news talkers are pushing the 'unity' talking point.

Sure, nice words and smiles looks fine and make us all feel warm and fuzzy. And yes, one should win with honor...and should lose with grace.

Under the guise of grace, the losers are cuddling up to the winner in an effort to further their losing agenda.

Trump won because of his words and actions resonated to a frustrated electorate - frustrated over the eight year old processes of Obama.  It is simple.

Trump must not change or acquiesce to the establishment. This will be difficult for he is now part of the machine we so adamantly challenged.

The Kids in America.

College campuses have always been a bastion for rebellion, a place to challenge beliefs and develop ideals - to stretch personal boundaries.

Unfortunately, nobody teaches the 'yudes', how to be an American or a winner.  Instead, "losing" fair and square, is equated with discrimination and victim-hood.  We've created a generation of whiners.

"I can't lose.  You're biased/racist/phobic!"

So the kids, who have nothing to worry about accept skipping class, head to the streets under the guidance of oh so many community organizers and burn stuff.

Tools. Useless.  Irrelevant.

Get back to your "Primitive Cultures" class.

America is not divided.  We are not tearing ourselves apart.

The biggest lie perpetuated in this campaign is that one candidate promotes dissension while the other pretends to "unify".  Evidence shows the exact opposite. Riots, shootings, protests, pontifications - voicing dissatisfaction with the results of an election - are coming from the side of 'understanding and Love'. ::sarcasm::

Here's the strategy: Create a problem, magnify the problem, force the electorate into a state of desperation and present yourself as the answer to the challenge you've created.

The media folks are stirring the pot, making it look like we are a nation of idiots, elitists and rubes.

Simple.


The United States of America survived the assassination of Kennedy, the twisted world of Nixon, the do nothing Carter Era, a sexual predator, 911, and the "Let's Make America Second" tour. Trump-World has got nowhere to go but up.





Thursday, November 10, 2016

The Establishment is Burning: What the 2016 US Presidential Election says about the imaging industry.


  • CNN was wrong.
  • NBC was wrong.
  • ABC was wrong.
  • CBS was wrong.
  • NPR was wrong.
  • Obama was wrong.
  • Hillary was wrong.
  • Biden was wrong.
  • Hollywood was wrong.
  • Starbucks was wrong.
  • The Huffington Post was wrong.
  • The pollsters were wrong.
  • The insiders were wrong.
  • Twitter was wrong.
  • The Establishment was wrong.
  • The Status-quo is wrong.

Experts pontificated how Trump had no experience in government. They vilified Trump supporters calling them racist, homophobic, morons - ‘deplorables’. Anti-Trump minions repeated over and over how Hillary was empathetic to the cause of women - although she’s chief enabler to her sexual predator husband.

Hillary followers trumpeted her stance on income equality - as she spewed to the masses clad in a $12,000.00 leisure suit.

Willing media operatives focused on the trivial content of lost emails, instead of explaining any government email found on a private device could be grounds for prosecution.

Everyday Hillary supporters overlooked all the signs, imagining most Americans would too.

They were wrong.

Millions of people knew Trump was going to win. They didn’t ‘hope’, they ‘knew’. They knew the polls were inaccurate at best but more likely propaganda from a willing media. They felt the studies skewed, talking heads biased, and celebrities no more than meat-puppets.

This scenario is not isolated, it did not occur in a vacuum. Indeed, our little niche - imaging - is a parallel universe.

Reflect for a moment on those who espouse “print is not dead”.
Remember the slanted, corporate sponsored, studies.
Consider the overwhelming dedication by some, to the copier-models of yesteryear.

Can the establishment drive innovation? Can the status quo increase volumes? If we repeat over and over, more people want to print, does that mean volumes will increase? Will the old guard remain monolithically poised as Overlord?

No.

Brexit, Trump, and the remote worker reflect symptoms of technological turbulence. In the second decade of the 21st century, all established structures are in jeopardy because technology is shifting the power structure from the establishment by unleashing and empowering individuals.

Old forms, like the GOP and the DNC, are giving way to the “inexperienced” visionaries. Archaic business models like brick and mortar retail, taxi, lodging and continuous manufacturing fight and ultimately surrender to Amazon, Uber, AirBNB and 3D printing.

Office print and those who try to perpetuate the OEM/Dealer/Customer model are doomed to walk the same path as Hillary.

It is the way of things…