Monthly Archives: March 2013

Mind disorders of returning service personnel.

The very high occurrence of these disorders is, in all probability, due to a spiritual, or superconscious, antipathy to war and killing – something well beyond the comprehension of those treating them or sending them to war in the first … Continue reading

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Marketing/business ethics.

Worldwide, businesses, with few exceptions, are rapacious, exploitative and unscrupulous where their customers are concerned but are completely blaze′ about it – and the shopper pays for it! Sadly, all this is considered good business. ☺

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Principles of marketing.

The principles of marketing dictate that goods are priced according to the ability to pay. Therefore, in a high income country the profit is greater than in a country where the incomes are lower. However, does it follow that some … Continue reading

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Principle and convenience.

Principle is frequently sacrificed to convenience. ☺

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Habits die hard.

Habits die hard = It is difficult to still the mind (or moul as I call it). ☺

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Afghanistan.

In Afghanistan the West has presumed, from an assumed position of superiority, to artificially move into another time an ancient culture, but things are not that simple because, like water finding its own level the subdued culture will do the … Continue reading

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Dream homes and office blocks.

The problem with the huge panels of external glass used in the construction of these edifices is that, to reduce maintenance costs, they are self-cleaning on the outside and that this self-cleaning is achieved by coating the glass with chemicals … Continue reading

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