A social-economic networking website that is owned by it's members through the free and equal distribution of voting class shares to any verifiable member that wants to join this online community.
Soconomy uses nominal commissions from its online auctions to pay for the development, maintenance and day to day operations of the website.
Soconomy shares 60% of advertising revenue with its members based on various metrics like how much content they upload, how many unique page visits their personal page receives, etc...
The remaining 40% of ad revenue is set aside in a pool that is invested at the end of each quarter into new Soconomy services, ventures, and charities that are selected by each member. Members have the option of donating money to any credible organization and the most popular causes will be ranked and awarded bonuses.
The greatest advantage of the Soconomy business model is that its members can reside in any nation in the world and still have the same voting power to replace the board of directors in case of suspected corruption and/or abuse by the Soconomy executives.
By using some of its massive revenue stream Soconomy can easily afford to set up many free services such as online classes (preschool to graduate studies) via web-cam for every member to use, free of charge.
Soconomy also offers the following services:
Peer to peer banking.
Free business tools for anyone wanting to sell commercial products or services online...
Skoolee brings school directors, principals, teachers, students, and parents together as one interactive community.
Re-thug-li-cans : the plural of rethuglican.more...
Rethuglicans are the political enforcement thugs used as tools by wealthy individuals associated with big business and their political agendas. Their dogma is that of capitalism and anyone who questions the dogma is attacked voraciously as ignorant and is considered a terrorist, communist or completely insane.
The Rethuglicans primary concerns are the protection of wealth of the super rich, which have mostly inherited wealth akin to hereditary rule over successive generations. A typical part of their dogma is their indoctrination that all life is based on survival of the fittest, see Social Darwinism and Fascism, and only the fit deserve to exist. And their concept of those fit for the environment are those who have wealth, while all those who are poor are simply supposed to work for works sake in producing more wealth for the wealthy. Anyone who isn’t willing to work for the corporate agenda is a parasite and should be removed from society as an unfit whiner.
The dogma of rethuglicans is that their utopia can be achieved if the constitution didn’t exist and every action taken by an individual in society was motivated for the sole purpose of generating profit. The taking of profit from another person by force if necessary is acceptable as long as the people are not part of the wealthy establishment they represent. A person incapable of defending himself or herself obviously doesn’t deserve anything and should be ...
Originally, an art installation by AY-O, a Japanese artist.
However, since that time, competitive fingerboxing has become quite popular. Professional fingerboxers can use up to 8-hole fingerboxes. Obviously, anything greater than 8-holes is purely for entertainment purposes and trickery (Like the Harlem Globetrotters.)
Proponents of fingerboxing assert that it improves confidence and dexterity.
Just got myself a new six-hole suede-lined fingerbox. Anyone want to buy my old four-hole?
|5.||Chestnut Hill College|
A largely underestimated small College smack dab in the middle of the gray area between Plymouth-Meeting and Philadelphia. It is an establishment without a home, with students without identities.more...
Because of this unique characteristic, students and faculty alike are enabled to truly be themselves, and not generic, pop-societal influenced robots. However, many first-year students often find the school to be completely boring, because it isn't their definition of the "typical party school".
Chestnut Hill College (and this is important, all you manufactured, bleached-blonde tools out there) is NOT a party school. It is what you make of it. If one want to throw a party on Thursday and not get busted, have to attend a judicial hearing, face possible fines, etc..., simple caution, a little maturity, and congenial relations with the guards are all one needs.
It is a place where personality and attitude are currency. If you're down to earth, honest, and have something sembling a sense of humor, you can and will (most likely) get by. If you're the average, run-of-the-mill douchebag and/or tool, chances are, you'll be exploited and eventually form a very negative opinion about the school. This is because... well... douchebags and/or tools form negative opinions about anything that doesn't completely mesh with their shallow, almost non-existant personalities.
Chestnut Hill College is a school that preaches a strict rule system for the sake of political correctness / pa...