Tuesday, October 12, 2010

No I didn't say that I'm flawless, but I damn sure don't tarnish.

I don't go around fire expectin' not to sweat, Been to hell and back, I can show you vouchers. Confidence is a stain I can't wipe off, I search, but never find. Hurt, but never cry. I work and forever tired. I seen nights full of pain, days of the same, And haters at an all-time high. Everybody got a hater like a f*n iPod. Stuck in the hood, like they poured cement on me. Money spread like germs, get sick  nigga.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Observant me. I am in Operation Overload yep!!!

The Government Reform Committee passed legislation designed to to credit the postal service between 50 billion and 75 billion pension assets that had been unfairly allocated by the office of Personnel Management.The Hr bill was introduced on July 15th.  The Hr bill is meat to help the Postal Service recoup the tens of billions of dollars in surplus funds it has accumulated in the Civil service Retirement System since 1971, the year the tax payer supported Post Office Department was reorganized into a self sufficient government agency.

The OPM has been unfairly taking away these funds and charging CSRS benefits paid for pre- 1971 service to the postal service instead of the U.S Treasury. Exactly how much the OPM has overcharged the USPS is still unclear, Inspector generals says in January that it was 75 billion, however in June the Regulator Commissioner said  it was between 50 & 55 billion dollars. To recover tens of billions at a time, that the Service is losing billions, that would be a major win for all regular craft and employer alike. 

Right now the reform act requires the USPS to pre-fund it's retiree health benefit account at about $5.5 billion a year through 2016. The economic crash must have still been off everyone's radar screen when the highly compressed pre-funding schedule was formulated. No other government agency or private company is required to do this, and if the USPS hadn't been required to make such gigantic pre-funding payments, it would have been profitable in three of the past four years despite the worst recession in memory...

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

14K Black Diamond G-Shock

The coming of the future, If you are trying to get your shine one this winter, check out this iced out G-Shock.  It's full of 14 karats of Black Diamonds.  They Asking $900 or better in certain spots.

Look at the nation,

Look at the nation,
that's a crooked smile braces couldn't even straighten!