Melody

This is the first blog entry that I’m writing just in order to meet the criteria of a Daily Post word, in this case: “melody.” Unfortunately the melody that I’m hearing from the U.S. economy is more like a funeral dirge. Sorry for the depressing start to my blog but it’s getting scarier and scarier “out there.” I think my favorite WordPress business writer, blogger Michael Gray, sums things up much better than I. Here are links to two of his recent blog entries:

Dated September 1, 2016
https://mgray12.wordpress.com/2016/09/01/our-way-of-life-is-threatened/

Dated August 31, 2016
https://mgray12.wordpress.com/2016/08/31/what-does-an-economic-collapse-look-like-in-the-21st-century/

Here in the United States, we have two more months until probably the most historic Presidential election since Roosevelt or Lincoln. In order to describe my feelings I will quote the Victorian Age author, Charles Dickens, from his novel “War and Peace”, “it was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”

As reflected in the title to my blog page “Mono-economy of the New Millennium,” we are all affected as individuals, families, local communities, and business entities by what’s happening globally, not just “locally” such as the everyday activities of Wall Street.

There was a U.S. television show called “Name that Tune.” This link is to a YouTube clip of the TV show dating from the 1970s:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N59iCNSBIcE. The contestant happened to win US $100,000 that night. She walked away a winner that night. She won on an “educated” guess. So I “guess” that’s what we need to do, vote with our hearts and make the best “educated” guess that we can!

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Melody

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