Allsides of a Very Bezos Story

Of course, the ‘ALLSIDES’ of this moniker is hyperbole, but we have archived some recent clips and content…

The Mackenzie Tuttle Bezos storyas defined by relentless.com, may one day include another best-selling novel or two once the “primeinfidelity.com” chapters close.  

As of April 4, 2019, the Bezos divorce is apparently settled in record time according to this SocialCurrentSee® and an ample number of other accounts, now archived. Is this possibly the most-quickly-settled divorce in history?  

Reports of the Bezos divide were widely circulating early January 2019. Four months to settle the high-profile split may be a record even in the amicable divorce zone. Statistics shared indicate uncontested divorces generally take about 24 months. to settlement sounds like a Prime Amazon delivery? We all know of many couples who spend years in such litigation, one of whom is archived in the LOWER CASE of this composition.

Speaking of stories, the second novel for Mackenzie Bezos,TRAPS, prompted critics to praise how Mackenzie seals the mundane with a sense of dread, presenting four women trapped by sad circumstances and their own fallibility, as they gradually make their way through four tense days during which their lives intersect. If that skill to capture drama doesn’t come via rumination, it must be native talent?

But as for talent hidden, the current FLIPBOARD stats of the MackenzieBezos story may underwhelm most followers. FLIPBOARD has 100 million users and an estimated 10x visitors/readers. So, the 15 followers (as of May 2019) of the MackenzieBezos subject line redefines the term, mundane, even while her story is far from dull. HerAMAZON pages.

Like her mentor, Toni MorrisonMackenzie practices a sense of timing in her work that displays real characters in human conflict. In selecting the theme for her next work,Mackenzie may explore the life and times of some of the “lower case” characters that follow. Given her status, Mackenzie won’t need a formal introduction.

One person who won’t get an introduction to Mackenzie Bezos is the anonymous Twitter scribe, aka HACKER, who once created an unverified account under her moniker. Thousands errantly followed that site for a time, thinking it was authentic. Now, a search for Mackenzie on Twitter at least leads to real content.

That page nixes the controversial content that once resided at a dormant URL, no longer visible, fortunately for the Bezos legacy. This unauthorized publishing of social media content is not unusual, but it seems more ubiquitous and viral when the subjects are facing well-publicized trials. Even after Mackenzie established her verified account, some mischievous followers are population her feed with dubious content. Why do so many celebrity types launch social media sites without intent to monitor, edit, and manage those sites?

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Allsides of Another ‘Deep State’ Drama

Just kidding about the ALLSIDES moniker, of course, because this still-untold-story-in-full is not yet recorded.

One quote in the stream of this clip, asks readers to “remember why judge Andrew Napolitano was suspended from Fox News after the 2018 election? It is when he stated the FACT that the US government used British intelligence to spy on Americans because they knew it would be illegal for them to do… So, are we now totally dependent upon citizen journalists for discovery of the truth?

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‘Allsides’ of the Looming Pension Crisis

Of course, this post cannot possibly live up to the hype of the headline. No, this is not an archive of “all sides” of the looming pension crisis.

But it is another account of what our world is facing with this topic. See the slide show above for an introduction with links to story content.

Authors Richard A. Marin and Robert H. Frank Global Pension Crisis is a lively, entertaining, yet terrifying book. Before you read very far into it you’ll realize that looming Boomer retirements are a ticking time bomb that threatens even those who have saved prudently for most of their lives. That’s because many millions of others will enter retirement with virtually no private savings. The second group, which is far huger than the first, will face unmet needs that governments will find politically impossible to ignore. And to meet those needs, we’ll need lots of additional tax revenue, which can only come from those in a position to provide it As Willie Sutton replied when asked why he robbed banks, “that’s where the money is.”

California’s state and local public pension crisis has festered for many years. PRI study California’s Pension Crowd-out (Winegarden 2016), traces the root causes of this crisis.) Simply put, California has consistently failed to make the required contributions to its public pensions while offering current and former employees costly benefits that grow faster than the state’s ability to afford them. The result is the persistent unfunded liabilities associated with California’s public pensions. This large, and growing, unfunded debt problem is visualized in these REPORTS.

There is a looming pension crisis in the U.S. that unless addressed quickly by the federal government could jeopardize the retirement security of hundreds of thousands—if not millions– of Americans. Multi-employer pension plans provide pension benefits to over 10 million Americans in industries as diverse as construction, mining, trucking, and retail and a significant number of these plans find themselves in seriously stressed financial condition. If these funds become insolvent—and the timeframe for that insolvency ranges from 2 to 8 years—the results could be devastating for retirees, for current employees, for the companies that contribute to the plans, and for the communities in which companies and beneficiaries reside. ▶ MORE

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