Doppeltes Zitat.

I believe the struggle for financial freedom is unfair

Savage Garden: Affirmation

GDPism.

The GDP rises whenever money changes hands. When families break down and children require foster care, the GDP grows, but not so when parents successfully care for their children. People who max out their credit cards buying things they don’t need make the GDP look good. People who save their money and live sensibly don’t. Seen through such a lens, the most economically productive people are cancer patients in the midst of getting a divorce. Healthy people in happy marriages, in contrast, are economically invisible, and all the more so if they cook at home, walk to work, grow food in a home garden, and don’t smoke.

John Robbins: What is Real Wealth?
(yes! magazine 2010-8-31)

Familie ist was mensch daraus macht.

Alles gute dir und euch!

Wutti.

Wuttiraden, klingt eigentlich ganz knuffig.

Eigentum verdeichtet.

Keen nich will dieken, de mutt wieken.

Spatenrecht

Gefühlsmacht.

Are you aware of what you make me feel?

Avril Lavigne: Losing Grip

CERNständig.

A prime example is that CERN has enjoyed special conditions for the use of Microsoft products for the last 20 years, by virtue of its status as an “academic institution”. However, recently, the company has decided to revoke CERN’s academic status, a measure that took effect at the end of the previous contract in March 2019, replaced by a new contract based on user numbers, increasing the license costs by more than a factor of ten. Although CERN has negotiated a ramp-up profile over ten years to give the necessary time to adapt, such costs are not sustainable.

Anticipating this situation, the IT department created the Microsoft Alternatives project, MAlt, a year ago.

CERN news: Microsoft Alternatives project (MAlt)

Ältere Beiträge «