Survival of the Richest

Is a new book by Don Jeffries that outlines the huge income disparity in the United States.  The worst part is, as Jeffries statistically details, the wage gap is only getting worse, to the point where the United States can no longer be considered a first world nation.

He was a guest on Coast To Coast AM this past Sunday, hosted by Richard Syrett.

JFK’s Driver…

I first became interested in the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 21, 2011. I was listening to my favorite radio program, Coast To Coast AM, with George Noory. George was interviewing Barry Ernest, author of The Girl on the Stairs: My Search For A Missing Witness To The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy.

Needless to say, I was fascinated, infuriated and hooked on the caper.  Since then I have read several books regarding JFK’s murder and several other books that touch on it.  In the later category Behold A Pale Horse by Milton William Cooper.  Cooper says was convinced that JFK’s driver was at least one of the shooters/murderers.  He said to watch the Zapruder film and only look at the driver.  He said that if you pay attention to the driver only, you will see him turn around and shoot JFK.

Well, I did as instructed above. At first it did look like the driver, Bill Greer, turns around and shoots him.  However, now I’m not so sure.

What do you think? have a look at around the 30-31 second mark.

 

Charles G. Dawes…

is the only vice-president and Nobel Peace Prize winner with a No. 1 pop hit in both Britain and America.

Dawes “was a self-taught pianist and composer whose 1912 ‘Melody in A Major‘ was given words in 1951 to become the popular song titled ‘It’s All In The Game.’  Recorded by countless artists who ranged from Nat King Cole to Donny & Marie Osmand, it made Dawes the only vice-president and Nobel Peace Prize winner with a No. 1 pop hit in both Britain and America.”  (Al Capone: His Life, Legacy and Legend by Deirdre Bair, page 175)

Make Your Own Ringtones For iPhone or Android Phone

I found this video on how to create my own custom ringtones for my iPhone (or android). It is a little old but still works well. I’m using iTunes version 12.5.5.5.

Here is a summary of the steps:

  1. Open iTunes and select a song.
  2. Right click on the highlighted song and select “Get Info”.
  3. Click on the “Options” tab.
  4. Check both boxes next to “Start” and “Stop” – This is the start and stop times you want to use as a ringtone. (I believe the tone length has to be less than or equal to 45 seconds. Anything longer will not be recognized by iPhone as a ringtone.)
  5. Click “OK”
  6. From the file menu at the top left of iTunes select “Convert” > “Create AAC Version”. This will create a copy of the file and place it directly underneath the original file.
  7. Highlight the original file and turn off the check boxes next to “Start” and “Stop” to restore the file to its original condition.
  8. Now, drag and drop the new, AAC file, to your desktop.
  9. Rename the file extension on your desktop to .mp3r or .mp4r.
  10. Delete the ACC version inside of iTunes
  11. Drag and drop the .mp3r or .mp4r file from your desktop to your “Tones” folder in iTunes.
  12. Connect your iPhone to your computer and synchronize the tones folder.  (Note: Sometimes my computer recognizes my iPhone without plugging it in.)

Let me know if you run into any trouble.

Google Search Tips


I was listening to an interview with Pat Flynn a few days ago and I learned a technique for searching with google. When you enter text entered between quotes “ “ google will search the web for words entered in the same order that you entered between the quotes.

If you add ; website.name after the “quoted” text “ google will return pages from the website, entered after the semi colon, containing the words in the order entered between quotes.

Example: “Google Search Tips” ; crippysworld.com will return pages from crippysworld.com that contains the words, Google Search Tips, in that order.