The Supply Chain for Climate Change

Children need books, learning, delight, and a little magic

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“The truth is often what we make of it; you heard what you wanted to hear.”
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We, in fact, did not start the fires.

How we got here

Buckle up: the attacks on 9/11 in 2001 broke what might have been called the syndication model of American culture, exported abroad and domestically. Of course media and media capitalism provide critical collaboration functions for the coordination of popular understanding and imagination in the States, and abroad. As the attacks occurred, the nation was working out what the Internet would mean for the existing and new models of coordination and capitalism.

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Jeffrey Epstein… died, in August of 2019. While other boys amid the Philadelphia scuffle dreamed of claiming his private islands, and while recognizing what troubles of veracity and corruption already persisted throughout the media, I chose to make a concerted effort to focus on the deficit of leadership that probably resulted in a vulnerable supply chain, and subsequent threats to the networks of abused women which probably defined its purchase in American culture, such as the dirty dealings of L Brands.

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Love: “I did my best to notice, when the call came down the line.”
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Going to California: Why did mom tell us about starving children in India and China?

Introducing the Beatles: Warren, Biden, Castro, Sanders

So, recognizing that the supply chains are in the midst of a massive reorganization of human rights, offers us a brief moment to ask what our missionary intent should be within the world. For me, there has never been any question that the United States has only two areas of foreign citizenry worth securing and defending: universal housing and access to food and water.

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“The International Rescue Committee says that now over 70 million refugees are displaced around the world.”
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“More than two billion new children will be born to Africa and Asia within twenty years.”

A New Hope: The United States of America

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But it’s gonna take money; A whole lot of spending money; It’s gonna take plenty of money, to do it right, child.
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Children need books, learning, delight, and a little magic.

Coordinating the Foreign Stakeholders

Ryan Reynolds of Mint Mobile and Mike Sievert of T-Mobile both operate networks reliant on the infrastructure of major carriers. What these two services do is broker transactions for surplus bandwidth remaining as the major carriers conduct their transmissions across their networks. Major carriers own their towers; secondary carriers rent surplus when and where the bandwidth becomes available. The latter is much cheaper, at expense to efficiency and latency; the former is a much better investment for assets. The diversity of tiers and cost of cell phone service for consumers depends on this relationship between major carriers and secondary demand buyers, and the frameworks and algorithms for understanding these economic auction were transformative when they were invented. These models of secondary licenses are similar to the relationship of rail carriers, such as how municipally owned New Jersey Transit operates at lower cost by leasing secondary to Amtrak.

The Fiddlers On The Roofs

There are several scenes in The Fiddler on the Roof center on the struggles of a devout father as he sees culture transform the experiences of his children, and the confounding choices they make in lovers. The point is that deeply insular religiosity collides with the spectacle of faith and values. The spectacle is first described by Debord as not a collection of images, but a social relation among people, mediated by images, in his polemic against consumerist culture and advanced capitalism. The work is often misinterpreted as a socialist or Marxist philosophy; The Conquest of Cool could be thought of as its counterargument. As time went on, authors reinterpreted its themes as failures of meritocracy.

Finding More Money to Pay for It: Spy Kids

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Taylor Swift + Lily James + Brie Larson = Sky Kids + Love = “Willy Wonka-meets-James Bond”
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McCann Erickson: It’s the real thing. Coke.

SpaceX for Infrastructure

Before we can talk about the supply chain and children’s toys and education, we need to solve an international crisis of the United States infrastructures.

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