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A poem I wrote while being bored in Economics. Read More

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Article / Non-Fiction

November 14, 2015

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A philosophical essay about politics and the future of the human race. Read More

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This is an essay I wrote after work one evening after reading through some news stories of the day. South Africa has a history of racial segregation I felt that currently we are subject to a new form of segregation. We are being segregated by economic class as opposed to… Read More
"I longed to read everything I possibly could, and the things I read in turn produced new yearnings." ?Patti Smith "The only thing standing between you and your goal is the bullshit story you keep telling yourself as to why you can't achieve it.” ?Jordan Belfort The meaning of life… Read More
Historical economic research regarding the origin of prosperity in modern world economics, and how big history affects today's political economic state. This was an old college capstone project of mine that I found and enjoy. My professor said it was an incredibly intriguing research essay, but not a historiography: the… Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

September 15, 2014

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The paper is about economic growth Read More
Social commentary about the economic disparities that exist between black and white Americans. Read More
News Update! Tune in at five to hear the story of a brave uneducated man's legal endeavors as he verses the corporate giant Burger King. Guns, hoes, death, anger, robots, cigars, old people, I'm just reading the screen, money, dirty cops, national economics... NEEEWS! Tune in at five. Read More
Just a short snippet of a potential book I may continue to write about how to become a "City Girl" written by a City Girl herself. The in's and out's of working in the UK's central financial district- the Square Mile. Written in a humorous and light-hearted style. Read More
Diversion - all the these lies we are rapped in so we do what they say and remain trapped in stunted destiny Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

March 19, 2013

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The Booksie Classic House

An overview of the housing bust in a nutshell. Read More

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The real story behind the three-billion-year-old Out of Place Objects found in Klerksdorp while the author was running a roadhouse and playing practical jokes on the Klerksdorp Kultur Klub (No Relation) with his advertising manager. Read More
Consider this a debate, a discussion, a cry for help, a peaceful riot of sorts, I don't know. Here's an inside eye to the REAL America, through the eyes of someone who hasn't yet experienced a lot of the things that an adult has, someone who hasn't officially joined a… Read More

Book / Other

January 05, 2013

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A short narrative of the prospect and challenges of South Africa in comparison to other economies. The debate is within the post colonial evolution of nations, looking at the future within a globalised framework. South Africa is a natural winner, and although there is generally a disfigured view of the… Read More
Those fears you always had of the economy, coming to life. Job loss, starvation, broke, is that all is left for the future. I wish I knew. Read More
This article looks at the ongoing internal conflicts in the newly independent South Sudan and how these may affect the country's prospects of nation building. Read More
This artical is just a brain storming thoughts of ideas and thoughts regarding the political and social economy for one living near the American Indian reservation. Read More
small essay opinion on some of the global issues facing the world today, such as how language and its improper interpretation, or even a proper interpretation, is always subject to debate, in the minds of everyone. Read More
This is a short story, well more like an introduction about a young man named Lincoln. He has a few issues, but ultimately this is a story which takes on different views, and includes a lot of variety. Read More

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This one's about love as the universal solution to all our economic woes... Read More

Tags: love, economics

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Monetary Economics and the effects on our society. Read More
Predictions of the Us China and world condition in the near future sorry for lost content here's a link to the article http://blog.darkwingnightmare.com/2011/01/15/the-usa-and-china-years-from-now.aspx Read More
This paper determines how free markets still thrive and grow in the U.S. Read More

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