Posts Tagged ‘world’

The Remi Review Episode 18 Online Democracy

January 14, 2013

We have the tools for a real democracy online, just like facebook but means something. Vote on everything, vote all the time. Why not? Beats handing our power over to toothy liars. Also look at cigarettes and TD bank giving out fake bills! Then some Remi original music.

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The Remi Review Episode II

May 14, 2012

2 days late, this is a Friday show. If i screw up again you might win a t-shirt! Some things got better, some worse.

 

 

Thanks for watching!

The Remi Review – Episode 1

May 4, 2012

Its a little crappy, kind of slow, has its moments. But an exciting start none the less. Topics will range, there will be guests. Shot, edited and designed in one day- which will only get easier. The format and performance will need some refining, but i’m really happy with how it looks. Oh and notices how well my arm works already! Dr. Theo kicks ass.

Global Wealth Non-Distribution

March 2, 2012

Stats are from UN 1998. Doesn’t mention public assets, but only the rich get elected as well.

Coming soon:
Why all the buzz about internet censorship?
How we can easily fix Canada’s economy.
What easy things you can do and why you should!

long winded working titles….

Note. The first video required trickery. I sped it up to cram it into 1 minute. This one was short so i had space for a website at the end.

Fixing Prices and Everything Else

February 11, 2010

Planned obsolescence as an industry standard is price fixing. Its the legal, hidden equivalent to retailers jacking their prices in unison. Purchases: remember its not just the price, but how much you’re getting. Take something like dish soap. The water and container aren’t of any use to you, so lets assume when you buy a container of dish soap you are really just after a quantity of soap ingredients. (more…)

Remi On Liberty

June 1, 2009

Should all people just be able to do whatever they like or should we all be following some set of rules? Without rules we can’t have any real ownership and we can’t enforce that people don’t hurt each other. But rules are rules; as soon as we make any we are taking away liberty. Real freedom is thereby only possible if people are perfectly suited to living amongst one another law free. (more…)

Working an Ethical Job

May 5, 2009


A very small percentage of the global population is engaged in fulfilling humanity’s needs while at work. Engineers are drawing up faster breaking cell phones, mathematicians assess market data, artists make commercials, philosophers become lawyers, and scientists design make-up for dogs. (more…)

Value

April 24, 2009


Does the value of a thing determine its price? Valuable things do often carry a high price. Does the price of a thing determine the value? Expensive things are often quite valuable. Are the value and price essentially the same thing? Does the bear shit in the woods? If the dog hadn’t stopped to piss he would have caught the rabbit. (more…)

Would you drown in a pool full of Jello?

February 17, 2009


When i was a kid i often imagined the amazing things i would do with the oodles of money made from working a real job. One thrill i envisioned was filling my swimming pool with Jello and going for a dip. Sounds like fun, but i’m fairly certain i would wind up dead. (more…)

Life does not exist

January 31, 2009

Life is just a dreamt up man made categorization. What “life” refers to is something we need psychologically to reassure us we’re somehow more intentional than a rock falling off a mountain. But sadly, we are no different than the rock. The systems that govern the animate and inanimate are identical (more…)