At first, writes Lori on the written reserve Millionaire website, I had been very upset and wished to punish the sociable people for what I saw as attacks. To illustrate her point, Lori provides links to lots of articles with titles such as “Rudeness, Threats Make the net a Cruel World” and “Battling Abusive Blog Comments” (I understand a thing or two about this). It took some time for me personally to make my choice that instead of attacking or retaliating for what I regarded as false, misguided activities of others, I decided to find a religious understanding and develop a spiritual action plan. It’s my desire that this experience helps me grow as a person and innovator spiritually.
The consequence of all this religious expansion? That is right: Lori’s travails have awoken in her the understanding that those folks who’ve made fun of her silly reality show concept are performing out of unmet needs. Can it be true that someone is paying for this group of bloggers to blog hate text messages about more than 100 companies and projects in the posting industry that contend with the corporation?
Could this be how the bloggers are paying their bills and feed their families? If this holds true, I am very unhappy for his or her chosen strategies and ways. I believe Love is the response to this. I envision and have joined up with a team co-creating an online community of cultural leaders assisting people and businesses solve problems, make decisions, create and live from Light and Love in the Highest Good for All. Lori, that is truly inspiring.
You know–the show that 50 hopeful writers took the difficulty to create elaborate video auditions for? The show that was said to be broadcast on national TV? The show that was supposed to make authors’ dreams become a reality? Yeah, that show. The show of which there happens to be not the slightest indication of actual life.
Lori promises that she’s attended the blogs of the hateful bloggers and “contacted them to ask for open up dialogues.” Unfortunately, she appears to have forgotten to get hold of me, but I’m sure that’s just an oversight. Lori, I look to writing dialog with you forward, and maybe even profiting from the glow of your spiritual enlightenment.
I trust that the writers who sent in auditions may also be hearing from you soon? I’m not discussing your regular spams offering them the opportunity to buy your seminars and books and other products (yes, I signed up for your email list). I’m talking about real, straightforward communication about the status of the show. Thank you. Thank you quite definitely. I’m off to depend on my blog money now.
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We were also exposed to real business cycle theory and do a computer project that we used GAUSS to simulate an artificial overall economy. Starting from the steady state, we noticed the impulse response functions of the various the different parts of GDP and factor prices as the overall economy was subjected to repeated random shocks. The proximity of the full total results of our model to actual observations from the U.S.
Economy impressed us (not forgetting our macro-instructor) and made us alert to the effectiveness of computer simulations to verify a hypothesis. Inside our econometrics and time series analysis courses, we also made extensive use of packages like STATA and E-VIEWS. I am quite confident that the econometric tools that I’ve acquired over the last three semesters will go quite a distance in honing my empirical skills. In I.S.I., I used to be also released to game theory. I took an instantaneous liking to this branch of economics. And the person responsible for this is our brilliant game theory instructor Prof. Arunava Sen.
It will never be an understatement if I say that he ignited a passion for game theory in me. The sheer power of game theory and its own broad range of applications made me realize its indispensability in modern economic analysis. In a country where private initiative in health and education is very much indeed lacking, especially in rural areas, the role of the national authorities becomes extremely important.