Jim Cripps' Thoughts
So far, there is nothing loaded here. It's too time consuming to convert or retype everything. I'm not
getting paid to do this, you know! But I can say a few things:
1.) The Federal Government should pay for research, stop subsidizing and help the medical
community where it would do the most 'good.' Sure, there is the possibility of corruption, but the system is
already corrupted. Also, the Government should pay for everyone's medical..., Canada does.
2.) Automakers should not be allowed to keep secret what is really wrong with vehicles from the consumer.
A car owner has the right to find out for themselves, what the car needs in order to be fixed, instead
of needing to take it to the dealer or service station, be charged for hook-up to a machine that will
spit out some easy information. It is conspiracy between two associations in order to get more money;
the Automotive Manufacturers and the Automotive Service Mechanics.
3.) Selective Breeding, for lack of a better name, I think this is the truth of nature.
Darwin was half right. Charles Darwin assumed that if an animal were weak (including humans), then
they would not survive the rigors of life. Supposedly, this would create evolution, because the
better mutations would help a race or genus advance. In reality, any advancement of the race depends on
the opposite sex; mostly the females choose who advances and who does not. Every documentary shows the
same thing, a male courting the female; except in the case of prides and some packs (where the strong
just plain win, with minimal courtship involved). So, it is more or less what the opposite sex looks
like, or what they have (including for the humans, intuition, et al.), that draws the attraction and
advances the family. Faults and all.