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Monday, 26. December 2011 - 14:06 Uhr

Wealth And Its Issues!

andrew carnegie“Wealth,” as Mr. Gladstone has recently said, “is the business of the world.” That the acquisition of money is the business of the world arises from the fact that, with few unfortunate exceptions, young men are born to poverty, and therefore under the salutary operation of that remarkably wise law which makes for their good: “Thou shalt earn thy bread by the sweat of thy brow.”It is the fashion nowadays to bewail poverty as an evil, to pity the young man who is not born with a silver spoon in his mouth; but I heartily subscribe to President Garfield's doctrine, that “The richest heritage a young man can be born to is poverty.” I make no idle prediction when I say that it is from that class from whom the good and the great will spring. It is not from the sons of the millionnaire or the noble that the world receives its teachers, its martyrs, its inventors, its statesmen, its poets, or even its men of affairs. It is from the cottage of the poor that all these spring. We can scarcely read one among the few “immortal names that were not born to die,” or who has rendered exceptional service to our race, who had not the advantage of being cradled, nursed, and reared in the stimulating school of poverty. There is nothing so enervating, nothing so deadly in its effects upon the qualities which lead to the highest achievement, moral or intellectual, as hereditary wealth. And if there be among you a young man who feels that he is not compelled to exert himself in order to earn and live from his own efforts, I tender him my profound sympathy.…One gets a great many good things from the New York Sun.… I beg to read this to you as one of its numerous rays of light:Our Boys Every moralist hard up for a theme asks at intervals: What is the matter with the sons of our rich and great men? The question is followed by statistics on the wickedness and bad endings of such sons. The trouble with the moralists is that they put the question wrong end first. There is nothing wrong with those foolish sons, except that they are unlucky; but there is something wrong with their fathers.… He ruins his children, and then, when he gets old, profusely and sadly observes that he has done everything for them, and yet they have disappointed him. He who gives to his son an office which he has not deserved and enables him to disgrace his father and friends, deserves no more sympathy than any Mr. Fagin deliberately educating a boy to be dishonest. The fat, useless pug-dogs which young women drag wheezing about at the end of strings are not to blame for their condition, and the same thing is true of rich men’s sons. The young women who overfeed the dogs and the fathers who ruin their sons have themselves to thank. No man would advocate the thing, perhaps; but who can doubt that if there could be a law making it impossible for a man to inherit anything but a good education and a good constitution, it would supply us in short order with a better lot of men?…

iIt is not the poor young man who goes forth to his work in the morning and labours until evening that we should pity. It is the son of the rich man to whom Providence has not been so kind as to trust with this honourable task. It is not the busy man, but the man of idleness, who should arouse our sympathy and cause us sorrow. “Happy is the man who has found his work,” says Carlyle. I say, “Happy is the man who has to work and to work hard, and work long.” A great poet has said: “He prayeth best who loveth best.” Some day this may be parodied into: “He prayeth best who worketh best.” An honest day's work well performed is not a bad sort of prayer. The cry goes forth often nowadays, “Abolish poverty!” but fortunately this cannot be done; and the poor we are always to have with us. Abolish poverty, and what would become of the race? Progress, development, would cease. Consider its future if dependent upon the rich. The supply of the good and the great would cease, and human society retrograde into barbarism. Abolish luxury, if you please, but leave us the soil, upon which alone the virtues and all that is precious in human character grow; poverty—honest poverty.I will assume for the moment, gentlemen, that you were all fortunate enough to be born poor. Then the first question that presses upon you is this: What shall I learn to do for the community which will bring me in exchange enough wealth to feed, clothe, lodge, and keep me independent of charitable aid from others?…The young man, therefore, who resolves to make himself useful to his kind, and therefore entitled to receive in return from a grateful community which he benefits the sum necessary for his support, sees clearly one of the highest duties of a young man. He meets the vital question immediately pressing upon him for decision, and decides it rightly.So far, then, there is no difference about the acquisition of wealth. Every one is agreed that it is the first duty of a young man to so train himself as to be self-supporting. Nor is there difficulty about the next step, for the young man cannot be said to have performed the whole of his duty if he leaves out of account the contingencies of life, liability to accident, illness, and trade depressions like the present. Wisdom calls upon him to have regard for these things; and it is a part of his duty that he begin to save a portion of his earnings and invest them, not in speculation, but in securities or in property, or in a legitimate business in such form as will, perhaps, slowly but yet surely grow into the reserve upon which he can fall back in emergencies or in old age, and live upon his own savings. I think we are all agreed as to the advisability—nay, the duty—of laying up a competence, and hence to retain our self-respect.Besides this, I take it that some of you have already decided, just as soon as possible to ask “a certain young lady” to share his lot, or perhaps his lots, and, of course, he should have a lot or two to share. Marriage is a very serious business indeed, and gives rise to many weighty considerations. “Be sure to marry a woman with good common-sense,” was the advice given me by my mentor, and I just hand it down to you. Common sense is the most uncommon and most valuable quality in man or woman. But before you have occasion to provide yourself with a helpmate, there comes the subject upon which I am to address you—“Wealth”—not wealth in millions, but simply revenue sufficient for modest, independent living. This opens up the entire subject of wealth in a greater or less degree.Now, what is wealth? How is it created and distributed? There are not far from us immense beds of coal which have lain for millions of years useless, and therefore valueless. Through some experiment, or perhaps accident, it was discovered that black stone would burn and give forth heat. Men sank shafts, erected machinery, mined and brought forth coal, and sold it to the community. It displaced the use of wood as fuel, say at one-half the cost. Immediately every bed of coal became valuable because useful, or capable of being made so; and here a new article worth hundreds, yes, thousands of millions was added to the wealth of the community. A Scotch mechanic one day, as the story goes, gazing into the fire upon which water was boiling in a kettle, saw the steam raise the lid, as hundreds of thousands had seen before him; but none saw in that sight what he did—the steam engine, which does the work of the world at a cost so infinitely trifling compared with what the plans known before involved, that the wealth of the world has been increased one dares not estimate how much. The saving that the community makes is the root of wealth in any branch of material development. Now, a young man's labour or service to the community creates wealth just in proportion as his service is useful to the community, as it either saves or improves upon existing methods. Commodore Vanderbilt saw, I think, thirteen different short railway lines between New York and Buffalo, involving thirteen different managements, and a disjointed and tedious service. Albany, Schenectady, Utica, Syracuse, Auburn, Rochester, etc., were heads of some of these companies. He consolidated them all, making one direct line, over which your Empire State Express flies fifty-one miles an hour, the fastest time in the world; and a hundred passengers patronize the lines where one did in olden days. He rendered the community a special service, which, being followed by others, reduces the cost of bringing food from the prairies of the West to your doors to a trifling sum per ton. He produced, and is every day producing, untold wealth to the community by so doing, and the profit he reaped for himself was but a drop in the bucket compared with that which he showered upon the State and the nation.…… It is a great mistake for young men to say to themselves, “Oh! we cannot enter into business.” If any of you have saved as much as $50 or $100, I do not know any branch of business into which you cannot plunge at once. You can get your certificate of stock and attend the meeting of stockholders, make your speeches and suggestions, quarrel with the president, and instruct the management of the affairs of the company, and have all the rights and influence of an owner.…The principal complaint against our industrial conditions of to-day is that they cause great wealth to flow into the hands of the few. Well, of the very few, indeed, is this true. It was formerly so, as I have explained, immediately after the new inventions had changed the conditions of the world. To-day it is not true. Wealth is being more and more distributed among the many. The amount of the combined profits of labour and capital which goes to labour was never so great as to-day, the amount going to capital never so small. While the earnings of capital have fallen more than one-half, in many cases have been entirely obliterated, statistics prove that the earnings of labour were never so high as they were previous to the recent unprecedented depression in business, while the cost of living,—the necessaries of life,—have fallen in some cases nearly one-half. Great Britain has an income tax, and our country is to be subject to this imposition for a time. The British returns show that during the eleven years from 1876 to 1887 the number of men receiving from $750 to $2,500 per year, increased more than 21 per cent., while the number receiving from $5,000 to $25,000 actually decreased 2 1/2 per cent.You may be sure, gentlemen, that the question of the distribution of wealth is settling itself rapidly under present conditions, and settling itself in the right direction. The few rich are getting poorer, and the toiling masses are getting richer. Nevertheless, a few exceptional men may yet make fortunes, but these will be more moderate than in the past. This may not be quite as fortunate for the masses of the people as is now believed, because great accumulations of wealth in the hands of one enterprising man who still toils on are sometimes most productive of all the forms of wealth.…The bees of a hive do not destroy the honey-making bees, but the drones. It will be a great mistake for the community to shoot the millionnaires, for they are the bees that make the most honey, and contribute most to the hive even after they have gorged themselves full. It is a remarkable fact that any country is prosperous and comfortable in proportion to the number of its millionnaires. Take Russia, with its population little better than serfs, and living at the point of starvation upon the meanest fare—such fare as none of our people could or would eat, and you find comparatively few millionnaires, excepting the Emperor and a few nobles who own the land.… In the old home of our race, in Britain, which is the richest country in the world save one—our own—there are more millionnaires in pounds sterling (which may be considered the European standard) than in the whole of the rest of Europe, and its people are better off than in any other. You come to our own land: we probably have more millionnaires and multimillionnaires, both in pounds and dollars, than all the rest of the world put together.…The inventions of to-day lead to concentrating industrial and commercial affairs into huge concerns. You cannot work the Bessemer process successfully without employing thousands of men upon one spot. You could not make the armour for ships without first expending seven millions of dollars, as the Bethlehem Company has spent. You cannot make a yard of cotton goods in competition with the world without having an immense factory and thousands of men and women aiding in the process. The great electric establishment here in your town succeeds because it has spent millions and is prepared to do its work upon a great scale. Under such conditions it is impossible but that wealth will flow into the hands of a few men in prosperous times beyond their needs.…But assuming that surplus wealth flows into the hands of a few men, what is their duty? How is the struggle for dollars to be lifted from the sordid atmosphere surrounding business and made a noble career? Now, wealth has hitherto been distributed in three ways: The first and chief one is by willing it at death to the family. Now, beyond bequeathing to those dependent upon one the revenue needful for modest and independent living, is such a use of wealth either right or wise? I ask you to think over the result, as a rule, of millions given over to young men and women, the sons and daughters of the millionnaire. You will find that, as a rule, it is not good for the daughters; and this is seen in the character and conduct of the men who marry them. As for the sons, you have their condition as described in the extract which I read you from The Sun. Nothing is truer than this, that as a rule the “almighty dollar” bequeathed to sons or daughters by millions proves an almighty curse. It is not the good of the child which the millionnaire parent considers when he makes these bequests, it is his own vanity; it is not affection for the child, it is self-glorification for the parent which is at the root of this injurious disposition of wealth. There is only one thing to be said for this mode, it furnishes one of the most efficacious means of rapid distribution of wealth ever known.There is a second use of wealth, less common than the first, which is not so injurious to the community, but which should bring no credit to the testator.

Money is left by millionnaires to public institutions when they must relax their grasp upon it. There is no grace, and can be no blessing, in giving what cannot be withheld. It is no gift, because it is not cheerfully given, but only granted at the stern summons of death. The miscarriage of these bequests, the litigation connected with them, and the manner in which they are frittered away seem to prove that the Fates do not regard them with a kindly eye. We are never without a lesson that the only mode of producing lasting good by giving large sums of money is for the millionnaire to give as close attention to its distribution during his life as he did to its acquisition.…The third use, and the only noble use of surplus wealth, is this: That it be regarded as a sacred trust, to be administered by its possessor, into whose hands it flows, for the highest good of the people. Man does not live by bread alone, and five or ten cents a day more revenue scattered over thousands would produce little or no good. Accumulated into a great fund and expended as Mr. Cooper expended it for the Cooper Institute, it establishes something that will last for generations. It will educate the brain, the spiritual part of man. It furnishes a ladder upon which the aspiring poor may climb; and there is no use whatever, gentlemen, trying to help people who do not help themselves. You cannot push any one up a ladder unless he be willing to climb a little himself. When you stop boosting, he falls, to his injury. Therefore, I have often said, and I now repeat, that the day is coming, and already we see its dawn, in which the man who dies possessed of millions of available wealth which was free and in his hands ready to be distributed will die disgraced.… By administering surplus wealth during life great wealth may become a blessing to the community, and the occupation of the business man accumulating wealth may be elevated so as to rank with any profession. In this way he may take rank even with the physician, one of the highest of our professions, because he too, in a sense, will be a physician, looking after and trying not to cure, but to prevent, the ills of humanity. To those of you who are compelled or who desire to follow a business life and to accumulate wealth, I commend this idea. The epitaph which every rich man should wish himself justly entitled to is that seen upon the monument to Pitt:
He lived without ostentation, And he died poor.



Saturday, 17. December 2011 - 14:03 Uhr




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Saturday, 3. December 2011 - 02:10 Uhr

Lady Antebellum:: We owned the Night


Tell me have you ever wanted
Someone so much it hurts?
Your lips keep trying to speak
But you just can't find the words
Well I had this dream once;
I held it in my hands

She was the purest beauty
But not the common kind
She had a way about her
That made you feel alive
And for a moment
We made the world stand still

Yeah, we owned the night

You had me dim the lights;
You danced just like a child
The wine spilled on your dress

And all you did was smile
Yeah, it was perfect
I hold it in my mind

Yeah, we owned the night

When the summer rolls around
And the sun starts sinking down
I still remember you
Oh, I remember you
And I wonder where you are

Are you looking at those same stars again?
Do you remember when?

We woke under a blanket
All tangled up in skin
Not knowing in that moment
We'd never speak again
But it was perfect;
I never will forget
When we owned the night

Yeah, we owned the night




Saturday, 19. November 2011 - 00:17 Uhr


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Design is rather functional, but the plain black chassis is commendably solid. The lid is especially tough and can withstand some punishment, while the textured surfaces are resistant to dust and marks.

While this laptop isn't as slender as the Acer, it's a shade lighter at just 2.4kg. We got just over four hours of battery life from a single charge, making this one of the most portable machines in the group. If you need a laptop to carry around often, the Toshiba will do the job.

With an Intel Celeron processor and 2GB of memory on board, performance is near identical to the HP and better than the eMachines. You can browse the web and run all of your office applications.

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Saturday, 29. October 2011 - 13:49 Uhr

Kaspersky Antivirus 2012

It’s the end of the year and just before we have ended it, Kaspersky Lab, have launched the Kaspersky antivirus 2012 and Kaspersky internet security to continue their updated editions legacy.

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  • gaming profile
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Thursday, 6. October 2011 - 14:55 Uhr

Indias Ultra low cost Tablet

India has launched the cheapest ultra low cost tablet called “Aakash”


It comes to no surprise as the so called rapidly developing countries have been aggressively innovating cutthroat technology but basically with the  intention to cut down costs of productions so that as a result, to  produce a cheaper product.

This has been witnessed as yesterday 5th October 2011, Indian human resource development minister  Kapil Sibal announced the first cheapest (to date) tablet computer which will be sold ati a subsidized price of 35$ which as projected will drop to 20 and 10. The tablet will be made commercially available in November.

The device is purposely produced for students. The tablet  has an Android 2.2 (Froyo) and is equipped with a 5/7/9(not certain) inch touch screen which is resistive and consists of 800x480 revolution and has a weight of  about 350gms.. The uncertainty is basically due to undisclosed features but it will be having 256MB of RAM, Storage space of 2GB and expandable memory slot of 32.GB as well as 2 USB ports.. The device will also be Wi-Fi enabled,  it sports a web browser, PDF reader, office software, media player, multimedia input/output capabilities, video conferencing (it must have a camera, then) and remote device management capability — all of it open-source and Linux-based.

The biggest worries is then on if the price of 35$ will be met by various distributors especially to indias remote areas but we like it or not, this is the cheapest prototype once made making comparisons to the current cheapest hp’s tablet which is sold at 99$.


Many have been said and some have facts. As its known the device is expected to have The 256MB of RAM, this is not a good news especially to users who quality comes first, this feature  will make the device inefficiency as India is one of countries which have slow wireless connections especially in school and universities



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Wednesday, 7. September 2011 - 00:01 Uhr




I was in the restaurant yesterday when I suddenly realized I desperately
needed to pass gas. The music was really, really loud, so I timed my
gas with the beat of the music.

After a couple of songs, I started to feel better. I finished my coffee,
and noticed that everybody was staring at me....

Then I suddenly remembered that I was listening to my iPod.




A man escapes from prison where he has been for 15 years. He breaks into a house to look for money and guns and finds a young couple in bed.
He orders the guy out of bed and ties him to a chair, while tying the girl to the bed he gets on top of her, kisses her neck, then gets up and goes into the bathroom.
While he's in there, the husband tells his wife: "Listen, this guy's an escaped convict, look at his clothes! He probably spent lots of time in jail and hasn't seen a woman in years. I saw how he kissed your neck." If he wants s*x, don't resist, don't complain, do whatever he tells you. Satisfy him no matter how much he nauseates you. This guy is probably very dangerous. If he gets angry, he'll k*ll us. Be strong, honey. I love you."
To which his wife responds: "He wasn't kissing my neck. He was whispering in my ear. He told me he was gay, thought you were cute, and asked me if we had any vaseline. I told him it was in the bathroom. Be strong honey. I love you too!!"




A few days after Christmas, a mother was working in the kitchen listening to her young son playing with his new electric train in the living room.
She heard the train stop and her son said, "All of you sons of b*tches who want off, get the hell off now, cause this is the last stop! And all of you sons of b*tches who are getting on, get your asses in the train, cause we're going down the tracks."
The mother went nuts and told her son, "We don't use that kind of language in this house. Now I want you to go to your room and you are to stay there for TWO HOURS. When you come out, you may play with your train, but I want you to use nice language."
Two hours later, the son comes out of the bedroom and resumes playing with his train. Soon the train stopped and the mother heard her son say, "All passengers who are disembarking from the train, please remember to take all of your belongings with you. We thank you for riding with us today and hope your trip was a pleasant one. We hope you will ride with us again soon." She hears the little boy continue, "For those of you just boarding, we ask you to stow all of your hand luggage under your seat. Remember, there is no smoking on the train. We hope you will have a pleasant and relaxing journey with us today."
As the mother began to smile, the child added, "For those of you who are pissed off about the TWO HOUR delay, please see the b*tch in the kitchen."




JOKE FOUR: QUALITIES.....…………………………………………………………

1. It's important to have a woman, who helps at home, who cooks from time to time, cleans up and has a job.
2. It's important to have a woman, who can make you laugh.
3. It's important to have a woman, who you can trust and who doesn't lie to you.
4. It's important to have a woman, who is good in bed and who likes to be with you.
5. It's very, very important that these four women do not know each other.




Four friends spend weeks planning the perfect desert camping and riding trip.
Two days before the group is to leave Rob's wife puts her foot down and tells him he isn't going.
Rob's friends are very upset that he can't go, but what can they do.
Two days later the three get to the camping site only to find Rob sitting there with a tent set up, firewood gathered, and supper cooking on the fire.
"Dang man, how long you been here and how did you talk your wife into letting you go?"
"Well, I've been here since yesterday. Yesterday evening I was sitting in my chair and my wife came up behind me and put her hands over my eyes and said 'guess who'?"
I pulled her hands off and she was wearing a brand new see through nightie. She took my hand and took me to our bedroom. The room had two dozen candles and rose pedals all over. She had on the bed, handcuffs and ropes! She told me to tie and cuff her to the bed and I did. And then she said, "now, you can do what ever you want."
So here I am.




A priest and a shepherd from Australia participate in a TV game. After answering all the questions, there is a tie. So both are given one final assignment. It is to write a poem in three minutes, using the word "Timbuktu". It is city in Africa.

The priest returns with the fruit of his inspiration:

"I was a father all my life,
I had no children, had no wife,
I read the bible through and through
on my way to Timbuktu ... "

The poem makes a great impression, and the priest smells a sweet victory. But then comes the shepherd, with his winning masterpiece:

"When Tim and I to Brisbane went
We met three women cheap to rent.
They were three and we were two,
So I booked one and Tim Booked Two ... "




A little boy was so exited because his mom told him he is getting a baby brother.
He repeated that to his teacher every day, when he came to school, "I’m getting a brother."
One day his mom allowed him to feel the baby's kicks in her belly.
The next day he came to school and didn’t say anything to his teacher, so the teacher asked him, what happened to his brother.
He replayed, "I think mommy ate him."




A man gets home early from work and hears strange noises coming from the bedroom.
He rushes upstairs to find his wife naked on the bed, sweating and panting.
"What's up?" he says.
"I'm having a heart attack," cries the woman.
He rushes downstairs to grab the phone for ambulance, but just as he's dialing, his 4-year-old son comes up and says, "Daddy! Daddy! Uncle Fred is hiding in your closet and he's got no clothes on!"
The man slams the phone down and storms upstairs into the bedroom, past his screaming wife, and rips open the wardrobe door. Sure enough, there is his brother, totally naked, covering on the closet floor.
"You b*stard," the man says," my wife is having a heart attack and you're running around naked scaring the kids!"




Little Johnny was sitting in class doing math problems when his teacher picked him to answer a question, "Johnny, if there were five birds sitting on a fence and you shot one with your gun, how many would be left?" "None," replied Johnny, "cause the rest would fly away." "Well, the answer is four," said the teacher, "but I like the way you're thinking."

Little Johnny says, "I have a question for you. If there were three women eating ice cream cones in a shop, one was licking her cone, the second was biting her cone and the third was sucking her cone, which one is married?"

"Well," said the teacher nervously, "I guess the one sucking the cone."

"No," said Little Johnny, "the one with the wedding ring on her finger, but I like the way you're thinking."




A husband and wife were trying to set up a new password to their computer.
A husband, "Put 'MYPENIS' " and the wife fell on the ground laughing cause on screen was error, "Error. Not long enough."



Friday, 15. July 2011 - 11:27 Uhr


Verse 1:
Bright Lights, Fancy Restaurants
Everything in this world that a man could want.
I got a bank account bigger than the law should allow
Still I'm lonely now
Pretty Faces from the covers of a magazine
From their covers to my covers wanna lay with me.
Fame and Fortune still can't find, just a grown man runnin' out of time

Though it seems I have everything
I dont wanna be a lonely fool
All of the women, all the expensive cars, all the money don't amount to you.
So I can make believe I have everything, but I can't pretend that I don't see.
That without you girl my life is incomplete.

Verse 2:
Your perfume, your sexy lingerie.
Girl I remember it just like it was on yesterday.
A Thursday you told me you had fallen in love, I wasn't sure that I was.
it's been a year-Winter, Summer, Spring and Fall.
But being without you just aint livin' aint livin'at all
If I could travel back in time, I'd relive the days you were mine.

Even though it seems I have everything
I don't wanna be a lonely fool.
All of the women, all the expensive cars, all of the money don't amount to you.
I can make believe I have everything,but I can't pretend that I don't see
That without you girl my life is incomplete.

Verse 3:
I just can't help lovin' you
But I loved you much too late.
I'd give anything and everything to hear you say, that you'll stay

Even though it seems I have everything.
I don't wanna be a lonely fool.
All of the women, all of the expensive cars, all of the money don't amount to you.
(you can have it all) I can make believe I have everything, but I can't pretend that I don't see. (Just give me my
That without you girl my life is incomplete.



Friday, 8. July 2011 - 05:14 Uhr

Don williams:: then its love

Some people say that love is a rose
Maybe they’ve hit it right on the nose
But other folks say that it’s like the sun
Well a long time ago daddy said to me
I’ll help you clear up the mystery
I’ll give you a simple rule of thumb

If it knocks you off your feet
Then it’s love, then it’s love
If it makes your life complete
Then it’s love, then it’s love
If it turns you upside down
Then it’s love, then it’s love

The dictionary won’t tell you much
If love is the word you’re looking up
I don’t believe that the definition’s right
And the encyclopaedia won’t reveal
The crazy way you start to feel
Kissing on a moonlit summers night

So gonna say that love is a game
Maybe compare it to a flame
Or say it’s a medicine that heals
But a band of experts could fight all night
And never figure out which one is right
But they’d agree on how it makes you feel

Well if it makes your world go round
Then it’s love ooh ooh ooh



Thursday, 7. July 2011 - 17:56 Uhr

Wealthy Quotes from Wealthier People.

Well well much have been said bot whats the purpose of having money, is it realy the same as having or being wealthier?.. Cant say much either, but this few quotes from various Billionaires, MIllionaires, Tycoons and Moguls have got a similar or common thing , check them and tell me what is stronger than the other.......

1. “Being rich is having money. Being wealthy is having time.

~ Stephen Swid

2. “Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.”

~ Jim Rohn

3. “Wealth is largely a result of habit."

~ John Jacob Astor

4. "Wealth is the product of man's capacity to think."

~ Ayn Rand

5. “The purpose of life is essentially to create and experience more life - to enable the true expression of life. Wealth creation in its fullest, broadest meaning fosters this expression.”

~ Keelan Cunningham

6. “The secret of creating riches for oneself is to create them for others."

Sir John Templeton

7. "If you want to know what a man is really like, take notice of how he acts when he loses money."

Simone Weil

8. "The way to become rich is to put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket."

Andrew Carnegie

9. "Buy when everyone else is selling and hold until everyone else is buying"

J. Paul Getty

10. "Money is for making things happen."

Richard Branson

11. "If you are not as wealthy as you like, there is something you don't know."

~  David Wood

12. "Wealth is largely a result of habit."

John Jacob Astor

13. "Wealth is the ability to fully experience life."

~  Henry David Thoreau

14. "Every day I get up and look through the Forbes list of the richest people in America. If I'm not there, I go to work. "

Robert Orben

15. "You should always love people and use money rather than the other way around. "

Bob Proctor

16. "Lack of money is the root of all evil."

 ~George Bernard Shaw

17. "If you’re happy, you’re wealthy! Happiness doesn’t need a bank account."

 ~ Sr. Mary Christelle Macaluso

18. "The only question with wealth is what you do with it."

~ John D. Rockefeller

19. "It’s a kind of spiritual snobbery that makes people think they can be happy without money."

 ~ Albert Camus

20. "It is the sign of a weak mind to be unable to bear wealth."

 ~ Seneca

21. "Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into."

~Wayne Dyer

22. "Money Can't Guarantee Happiness - But Neither Can Poverty. "

~Leo Rosten

23. "A man's wealth is not in the coins he carries in his purse but it is the income that he builds."

~ Akrad, The Richest Man in Babylon

24. "Wealth is the ability to fully experience life."

~ Henry David Thoreau

25. "Your wealth can only grow to the extent that you do!"

~ T. Harv Eker

26. "Money doesn't make you happy. I now have $50 million but I was just as happy when I had only $48 million."

~ Arnold Schwarzenegger

27. "Being rich is having money; being wealthy is having time."

~ Margaret Bonnano

28. "Whoever said money can't buy happiness simply didn't know where to go shopping.”

~ Bo Derek

29. "All I ask is the chance to prove that money can't make me happy.”

~ Spike Milligan


30. "Money was never a big motivation for me, except as a way to keep score. The real excitement is playing the game”

~ Donald Trump


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Sunday, 19. June 2011 - 14:21 Uhr

don williams:: crying in the rain

I'll never let you see
The way my broken heart is hurting' me
I've got my pride and I know how to hide
All my sorrow and pain
I'll do my crying' in the rain.

If I wait for cloudy skies
You won't know the rain from the tears in my eyes
You'll never know that I still love you so
Though the heartaches remain
I'll do my crying in the rain.

Raindrops falling from heaven
Could never wash away my misery
But since we're not together
I'll look for stormy weather
To hide these tears I hope you'll never see.

Someday when my crying's done
I'm gonna wear a smile and walk in the sun
I may be a fool but 'til then darling you'll
Never see me complain
I'll do my crying in the rain.

Raindrops falling from heaven
Could never wash away my misery
But since we're not together
I'll look for stormy weather
To hide these tears I hope you'll never see.

Someday when my crying's done
I'm gonna wear a smile and walk in the sun
I may be a fool but 'til then darling you'll
Never see me complain
I'll do my crying in the rain.

I'll do my crying in the rain.

I'll do my crying in the rain...



Thursday, 16. June 2011 - 16:48 Uhr

Currington Billy Song: Must Be Doin' Somethin' Righ

A woman is a mystery
A man just cant understand
Sometimes all it takes to please her
Is the touch of your hand
N' Other times you got to take it slow
And hold her all night long
Heaven knows there's so many ways
A man can go wrong


Must be doin' somethin' right
I just heard ya sigh
N' Lean into my kiss
And close those deep blue need you eyes
Don't know what I did
To earn a love like this
But baby I must be doin' somethin' right

Anywhere you wanna go
Baby show me the way
I'm open to suggestions
Mmm whatever you say
Tonight's about givin' you what you want
Whatever it takes
Girl I hope i'm on the right road
Judgin by the smile on your face

*Chorus* 2x



Monday, 9. May 2011 - 22:51 Uhr

I cross my Heart::George Strait

Our love is unconditional, we knew it from the start. 
I see it in your eyes, you can feel it from my heart. 
From here on after let's stay the way we are right now, 
And share all the love and laughter 
That a lifetime will allow. 

I cross my heart and promise to 
Give all I've got to give to make all your dreams come true. 
In all the world you'll never find a love as true as mine. 

You will always be the miracle that makes my life complete, 
And as long as there's a breath in me, I'll make yours just as sweet. 
As we look into the future, it's as far as we can see, 
So let's make each tomorrow be the best that it can be. 

I cross my heart and promise to 
Give all I've got to give to make all your dreams come true. 
In all the world you'll never find a love as true as mine. 

And if along the way we find a day it starts to storm, 
You've got the promise of my love to keep you warm. 
In all the world you'll never find a love as true as mine, 
A love as true as mine. 



Tuesday, 3. May 2011 - 15:52 Uhr

Obama's Speech following Osama's Death

Good evening. Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaida, and a terrorist who's responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, and children.

It was nearly 10 years ago that a bright September day was darkened by the worst attack on the American people in our history. The images of 9/11 are seared into our national memory - hijacked planes cutting through a cloudless September sky; the Twin Towers collapsing to the ground; black smoke billowing up from the Pentagon; the wreckage of Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where the actions of heroic citizens saved even more heartbreak and destruction.

And yet we know that the worst images are those that were unseen to the world. The empty seat at the dinner table.

Children who were forced to grow up without their mother or their father. Parents who would never know the feeling of their child's embrace. Nearly 3,000 citizens taken from us, leaving a gaping hole in our hearts.

On September 11, 2001, in our time of grief, the American people came together. We offered our neighbors a hand, and we offered the wounded our blood. We reaffirmed our ties to each other, and our love of community and country. On that day, no matter where we came from, what God we prayed to, or what race or ethnicity we were, we were united as one American family.

We were also united in our resolve to protect our nation and to bring those who committed this vicious attack to justice. We quickly learned that the 9/11 attacks were carried out by al-Qaida - an organization headed by Osama bin Laden, which had openly declared war on the United States and was committed to killing innocents in our country and around the globe. And so we went to war against al-Qaida to protect our citizens, our friends, and our allies.

Over the last 10 years, thanks to the tireless and heroic work of our military and our counterterrorism professionals, we've made great strides in that effort. We've disrupted terrorist attacks and strengthened our homeland defense. In Afghanistan, we removed the Taliban government, which had given bin Laden and al-Qaida safe haven and support. And around the globe, we worked with our friends and allies to capture or kill scores of al-Qaida terrorists, including several who were a part of the 9/11 plot.

Yet Osama bin Laden avoided capture and escaped across the Afghan border into Pakistan. Meanwhile, al-Qaida continued to operate from along that border and operate through its affiliates across the world.

And so shortly after taking office, I directed Leon Panetta, the director of the CIA, to make the killing or capture of bin Laden the top priority of our war against al-Qaida, even as we continued our broader efforts to disrupt, dismantle, and defeat his network.

Then, last August, after years of painstaking work by our intelligence community, I was briefed on a possible lead to bin Laden. It was far from certain, and it took many months to run this thread to ground. I met repeatedly with my national security team as we developed more information about the possibility that we had located bin Laden hiding within a compound deep inside of Pakistan. And finally, last week, I determined that we had enough intelligence to take action, and authorized an operation to get Osama bin Laden and bring him to justice.

Today, at my direction, the United States launched a targeted operation against that compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. A small team of Americans carried out the operation with extraordinary courage and capability. No Americans were harmed. They took care to avoid civilian casualties. After a firefight, they killed Osama bin Laden and took custody of his body.

For over two decades, bin Laden has been al-Qaida's leader and symbol, and has continued to plot attacks against our country and our friends and allies. The death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date in our nation's effort to defeat al-Qaida.

Yet his death does not mark the end of our effort. There's no doubt that al-Qaida will continue to pursue attacks against us. We must – and we will - remain vigilant at home and abroad.

As we do, we must also reaffirm that the United States is not – and never will be - at war with Islam. I've made clear, just as President Bush did shortly after 9/11, that our war is not against Islam. Bin Laden was not a Muslim leader; he was a mass murderer of Muslims. Indeed, al-Qaida has slaughtered scores of Muslims in many countries, including our own. So his demise should be welcomed by all who believe in peace and human dignity.

Over the years, I've repeatedly made clear that we would take action within Pakistan if we knew where bin Laden was. That is what we've done. But it's important to note that our counterterrorism cooperation with Pakistan helped lead us to bin Laden and the compound where he was hiding. Indeed, bin Laden had declared war against Pakistan as well, and ordered attacks against the Pakistani people.

Tonight, I called President Zardari, and my team has also spoken with their Pakistani counterparts. They agree that this is a good and historic day for both of our nations. And going forward, it is essential that Pakistan continue to join us in the fight against al-Qaida and its affiliates.

The American people did not choose this fight. It came to our shores, and started with the senseless slaughter of our citizens. After nearly 10 years of service, struggle, and sacrifice, we know well the costs of war. These efforts weigh on me every time I, as commander-in-chief, have to sign a letter to a family that has lost a loved one, or look into the eyes of a service member who's been gravely wounded.

So Americans understand the costs of war. Yet as a country, we will never tolerate our security being threatened, nor stand idly by when our people have been killed. We will be relentless in defense of our citizens and our friends and allies. We will be true to the values that make us who we are. And on nights like this one, we can say to those families who have lost loved ones to al-Qaida's terror: Justice has been done.

Tonight, we give thanks to the countless intelligence and counterterrorism professionals who've worked tirelessly to achieve this outcome. The American people do not see their work, nor know their names. But tonight, they feel the satisfaction of their work and the result of their pursuit of justice.

We give thanks for the men who carried out this operation, for they exemplify the professionalism, patriotism, and unparalleled courage of those who serve our country. And they are part of a generation that has borne the heaviest share of the burden since that September day.

Finally, let me say to the families who lost loved ones on 9/11 that we have never forgotten your loss, nor wavered in our commitment to see that we do whatever it takes to prevent another attack on our shores.

And tonight, let us think back to the sense of unity that prevailed on 9/11. I know that it has, at times, frayed. Yet today's achievement is a testament to the greatness of our country and the determination of the American people.

The cause of securing our country is not complete. But tonight, we are once again reminded that America can do whatever we set our mind to. That is the story of our history, whether it's the pursuit of prosperity for our people, or the struggle for equality for all our citizens; our commitment to stand up for our values abroad, and our sacrifices to make the world a safer place.

Let us remember that we can do these things not just because of wealth or power, but because of who we are: one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Thank you. May God bless you. And may God bless the United States of America.



Sunday, 1. May 2011 - 14:29 Uhr

Warren Buffett - Considered to be one of the most successful stock market investors of all time, and one of the richest men in the world.

warren buffet biographyWarren Buffett’s determination and creativity has made him the success story he is today. He is chairman of an investment company which has more than $2 billion in holdings and is also the 2nd richest man in the world.

Warren Edward Buffett was born in 1930 in Omaha, Nebraska. At an early age warren displayed an aptitude for money and business along with an amazing ability to calculate numbers off the top of his head. He was an enthusiastic paper boy for the Washington Post, often covering more than one paper route at the same time. Warren’s interest in money and finance started showing early, and by the age of 11 he was playing the stock market.

Warren purchased three shares of Cities Service at $38 a share for himself and his older sister. Although the stock fell to just over $27 he held his shares until they rebounded to $40, unfortunately selling them before they climbed to $200. The experience taught him one of the basic lessons of investing: patience is a virtue.

In 1947 at the age of 17 he graduated from High School and while he never intended to go to college his father urged him to attend the Wharton Business School. Buffett lasted two years, claiming he knew more than his professors. Warren moved back home and transferred to the University of Nebraska. Even while working full-time, he graduated in only three years with a Bachelor of Science degree, and went on to be rejected by Harvard Business School because he was to young. He completed a master’s in economics at Columbia University where he meet Ben Graham a lecturer and famed investor.

Warren worked for his father who owed an investment banking company for the next three years during which he meet Susie Thompson and in 1952 they were married and had three children together. Warren didn’t have a lot of money at this point until he was asked by Ben Graham to join his company as a security analyst, which he did and by 1956 his fortune rose to $140,000.

In 1956 at the age of twenty five, Warren started his own investment company, the Buffett Partnership, using a small amount of his own funds and collecting around $100,000 from partners and family he managed to increase his capitol to $300,000 by the years end. One of the companies Warren invested in during his role as managing partner of the Buffett Partnership was a textile company called Berkshire Hathaway.

Berkshire Hathaway was eventually liquidated but the name was kept and turned into an investment business. Its main interest was with insurance, which added considerable cash flow for future investments. He liquidated the Buffett partnership in 1969, and spent the remainder of the year liquidating its portfolio.

Warren became chairman of the board and chief executive officer for Berkshire Hathaway in which he remains today. Berkshire Hathaway now owns more than forty companies employing more than 150,000 people.

In 1977 Warren and Susan separated but never divorced, She was also a significant stockholder in Berkshire Hathaway and a board member as well. Susan Buffett died in 2004, and Warren now lives with companion Astrid Menks whom he meet through his wife.

Warren Buffett is also a generous and charitable philanthropist, having started the Buffett Foundation which he donates more than $12 million a year to. On his death he plans to disburse 99% of his wealth to good causes through the Buffett foundation.

In 2005, Forbes magazine estimated Warren Buffett's wealth to be $44 billion.



Tuesday, 26. April 2011 - 18:47 Uhr

What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur

The 12 Commandments of Wealth: Learning from Self-Made Successful Entrepreneurs


  • Seek money for money’s sake and ye shall not find = the RMITs believe that you must first create substantial value — products or services that enhance people’s lives — before the money will flow from any commercial enterprise.
  • Find your perfect pitch = the RMITs know who they are, what makes them tick, and have mastered the difficult task of deciphering their greatest talents and abilities
  • Be your own boss = if you hire yourself, you control your own life’s directions
  • Get addicted to ambition = while there is no denying that hard work, dedication and diligence play an important role in reaching the American dream, you need to have the desire and will to be the richest man or woman in town.
  • Wake up early – be early = risk only increases with age, so RMITs concur that you’ve got less to risk when you start young, plus you have more time and essential energy to get it done.
  • Don’t set goals – execute or be executed = goals are important and ideas are essential to success , but RMITs knows that wealth creation require a far more essential ingredient: execution. Success depends on the execution — on the ability to get things done.
  • Fail to succeed = the only way to succeed is to have the courage to fail. The greatest commonality among RMITs is the willingness to face failure and the resilience to pick themselves up
  • Location doesn’t matter = most RMITs make their fortunes in places they know best, proving that success can take place anywhere an everywhere.
  • Moor yourself to morals = fortunes without a moral foundation are nothing more than mirages destined to disappear faster than they were created
  • Say yes to sales = great wealth creation requires great selling skills. RMITs love to sell.
  • Borrow from the best – and the worst = RMITs are eternal students, with an almost universal interest in reading biographies of other successful people. They strive to stay attuned to new ideas, new and better approaches to wealth creation.
  • Never retire = RMITs believe that retirement is hazardous to their wealth , and even more important, hazardous to their health.



Tuesday, 26. April 2011 - 17:11 Uhr

DELL Inspiron M5030


The Dell Inspiron M5030 Laptop is a mid-range laptop suitable for every walk of life. The Dell Inspiron M5030 laptop deal combines excellent productivity features and great multimedia options with the power of Windows 7.

The main highlight of this laptop is the inclusion of the all new AMD V-Series processor which is AMDs answer to Intel’s Celeron II processors. The processor is designed to efficiently handle everyday computing tasks and handle all your multimedia needs without any problems.

The inclusion of an impressive LCD display and Radeon High Definition graphics processor clearly indicate that this laptop is particularly suitable for multimedia user.


Dell’s approach to M5030’s design is quite basic yet elegant, with a smooth black casing all over and well spaced out keyboard setting makes this laptop look practical yet attractive.


If you happen to have no special needs, such as running advanced graphic applications (Photoshop, 3D Max or Autocad) or memory intensive 3D games then this laptop has pretty much everything you would require from surfing the internet to producing documents and presentations.

Processor RAM & Hard Disk

Two options are available for this laptop, with a difference in both price and RAM , Check out the product differences and Price list at  NEW LAPTOP link

Multimedia Specs

The mediocre build and design quality is well compensated with the inclusion of 15.6″ WXGA LCD Widescreen Display, Integrated AMD Mobility Radeon HD 4250 graphics processor and a SuperMulti DVD±RW Optical Drive with Double Layer Support, that make this laptop a value deal for bargain seekers.


It pretty much carries all standard connectivity features, see full details by following the link New Laptops

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