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Sunday, Sep 25, 2022
Outside the box.
Focus on the BIG picture.

Do the congress members work in the Bank of America or is the Bank of America subject to the congress regulations?

Well, in a truly wild moment yesterday from the House Financial Services Committee, where they laugh about something that all the American people crying about, the revolving door from Congress to the banks.

Prince Andrew ‘lobbied Queen to make William King, not Charles’

Prince Andrew ‘lobbied very hard’ to stop Charles becoming King, an explosive new book claims. The Duke of York is said to have plotted with Princess Diana and ex-wife Sarah Ferguson to push his older brother aside.

New York AG Letitia James claims "Trump falsely inflated his net worth by billions of dollars to unjustly enrich himself and to cheat the system, thereby cheating all of us."

New York AG Letitia James claims "Trump falsely inflated his net worth by billions of dollars to unjustly enrich himself and to cheat the system, thereby cheating all of us."

German Finance Minister Lindner (FDP): "Now is the wrong time to shut down any power plant."

The Finance Minister added on nuclear power, that he took an oath of office to prevent harm to this country, so we cannot shut down safe and climate-friendly electric generation capacity in an energy and power crisis.

Iran restricts WhatsApp, Instagram as Mahsa Amini protests grow

Iran has curbed access to social media networks Instagram and WhatsApp amid protests over the death of a woman in police custody, according to residents and internet watchdog NetBlocks.

Saudi Arabia's National Day in the Metaverse!

Online festivities will include a computer-generated museum showcasing Saudi heritage from different areas of the Kingdom. Players can purchase non-fungible token (NFT) outfits for their virtual avatars modeled on traditional Saudi attire from various regions.

Liz Truss defends plan to lift cap on bankers’ bonuses

Inflation, cost of living skyrocketing, energy crisis. Out of all those economic disaster, the first economic decision Liz Truss is taking is to increase bankers bonuses. When asked by the BBC about it, the prime minister told the BBC lifting a cap on bonuses is part of a plan to increase growth. However she is hiding the details about that mysterious plan, and she cannot explain how giving much more money to people who already have a lot of money increase growth.

White House: "When you are not with what majority of Americans are, then you know, that is extreme. That is an extreme way of thinking."

None of the pool journalists disagreed verbally when the press secretary made this anti-democratic statement.

China accuses American intelligence in hacking and theft of information about advanced technologies

In the past, when the United States was ahead of China in technological innovations, the United States used to blame China for a systematic theft of patents and copying technologies. Today, when China is preceding the United States in many technological areas, China accuses the United States in hacking into the Chinese research servers and theft of much more advanced technological programs than those currently within the United States.

Charlie Munger Predicts a Horrible Economic Crisis Where the Worse is Yet to Come

Being a vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and the closest partner (right hand man) of Warren Buffett, Charles T. Munger has a net worth of around $2 billion. He is a profoundly wise man who is absolutely worth listening to, especially when it comes to investing, the psychology of wealthy people, rationality, and life experience.

US president Joe Biden arrives in London on Air Force One ahead of Queen’s funeral

The US President and first lady Jill Biden arrived at the London airport on Air Force One just before 10pm on Saturday. On Monday, he will join a plethora of world leaders at Westminster Abbey in paying their respects to the late monarch.

Hurricane Fiona knocks out Puerto Rico electricity

Hurricane Fiona has knocked out all electricity on the US island of Puerto Rico. The operator of the island's grid, Luma Energy, said the system had lost power as winds reached 86mph (140km/h).

London hotels hike prices for the Queen’s funeral

Accommodation bookings in London have increased as people from elsewhere in the UK and around the world make plans to head to the capital for the Queen’s funeral, with some hotels apparently raising their prices by more than 300%.

Pakistan need your help

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed to the world to help Pakistan after arriving in the country Friday to see climate-induced devastation from months of deadly record floods that have left half a million people living in tents under the open sky.

Germany raised taxes on fuel, and as a result, the price of a liter of fuel jumped by ten percent

Not because of the war in Ukraine but because of the German government's taxes against its citizens...

What happens to a robot when he loses a game to a human

A robot who played chess with a 6 year old child in Moscow, broke his finger as soon as the robot began losing the game. Perhaps we will learn from this event, what may happen when Robots will eventually take a bigger role in our lives and start beating us when they don’t like what we do.

China's Aug auto sales jump 32% with strong EV demand

China's Aug auto sales jump 32% with strong EV demand. China's auto sales reached 2.38 million units in August, increasing 32.1% from a year ago, as they extended a recovery led by electric vehicles (EV) whose sales have been boosted by government incentives.

Swiss Face Up to 3 Years in Prison For Violating Heating Rules New mandate forbids setting temperature above 19°C (66.2F)

A new federal law states that gas heated buildings must be heated up to 19 degrees. Hot water should only be heated to 60 degrees. Radiation ovens or hot air tents will be forbidden. Swim saunas and swimming pools will have to stay cold.

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