Posted in HWH COMMENTARY

COLOR GETS YOU MONEY

That’s why Hispanics turned into brown people not that long ago.

They saw black people raking in the dough by exploiting their color.

White people pay.

Big rich white people pay so the blacks don’t ruin their businesses.

So sure. Hey man, we’re brown. Look at our skin. Forget all that Hispanic and Latino and south of the border mumbo jumbo.

WE ARE BROWN.

What’s the matter you don’t like our skin color? That’s HATE. That’s prejudice. I didn’t get that job because I’m brown. That’s discrimination.

PAY UP GRINGO. Why don’t you like brown people?






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Posted in DONALD TRUMP, HWH COMMENTARY

Vincente Fox’s CACHES

Ex-president of Mexico Vincente Fox probably has hoards of cash buried on his ranch from drug lords. He’s a business man. He doesn’t turn a blind eye for free. He could fund the Border Wall himself.

It was strange when he so quickly came out on international T.V. in opposition to the Border Wall proposed by then presidential candidate Donald Trump, saying Mexico would not pay for it. He seemed to protest too much too loudly too long and too desperately for a rich man in Mexico. None of his reactions fit. Hell, he could pay for it. But he probably gets paid well to take the side of the cartels.

If the cartels don’t care about the Border Wall, then why the uproar to stop it?

One might wonder why the caravans traveling North to breach the USA border, because they ran out of cash, aren’t taking a detour through Vincente Fox’s ranch. He got that name fox for a reason. Back in the day people were named for their characteristics or style or type of work.

Hell, if I were a thief going to the USA, to sneak into a country to steal from poor people, walking with nothing on my back but some dirty old clothes some rich people handed me on my way out of my hometown, why not get a head start on my nest egg with a side trip in Mexico for easier pickings?

It’s probably buried everywhere on his property and not so deep that he can’t get to it in a hurry. That’s what Spanish people do. They bury their money in their yards. They bury lots of stuff. I figure if they’re anything like the Palestinians the cash is probably under the shade of trees.

Trees act as an accurate marker, so look for tree trunks with markings. Anything unusual on a tree that the tree didn’t put there. Even boulders with markers; look for them too. These caches have to be accessible quickly without needing a mechanized ditch-digger to dig them up. They have to be able to retrieve them quickly, so they need a map of all the locations and actual physical landmarks so they can identify them. Lots of people forget where they buried stuff or leave a marking that doesn’t fare well under adverse weather conditions.

After this article gets out exposing the caches, he’ll be digging all night to prove me wrong, so look in the areas of fresh-turned soil. Hope it doesn’t rain.

Hey, if I’m walking all the way from Honduras like the USA media claims, then a short trek through a cash lined ranch is better than streets paved with gold that don’t exist.

Don’t forget to wave to elFox for good luck.

GODSpeed.






 

Posted in FACEBOOK, HWH COMMENTARY, MEDIA

A MONEY MAKING MESS

These Facebook Ads are a waste of time and money. There’s an option for letting Facebook decide where best to place the Ad – which audience. They sent my last Ad post to countries that don’t speak English. That’s the only language I write in. What a rip off.

Just today they contacted me saying I hadn’t placed an Ad for a while and offered me a 10$ credit if I’d boost a post. I took it, then checked back later and the Ad post (a 5 ingredient fat-free salad dressing) was set up for 40$.

This is fraud. I didn’t sign up for 40$. I just accepted their 10$ credit. I can buy an Ad for 10$. The Ad post was going to run for only one day. If I hadn’t checked back, they would have taken 40$ out of my bank account without me knowing it.

So I had to cancel the Ad. Even that is not an easy thing to do. They set the system up in such a complicated way that it allows them to steal money with impunity. When you’re taking money out of people’s bank accounts, you need to be accessible. Everything is automated, so there’s no one to ask for clarification on anything.

The support system – made up of other Advertisers who can’t figure it out either – is useless. I don’t have a full day to research hundreds of other people’s issues to see if mine falls into the same category as theirs.

The writers who give the Ad instructions purposely leave steps out or hide options in places no one would know to look. I still don’t even know how to get to the Ads Manager from my Facebook page.

The point should be to assist the advertiser, not to derail them.

They could make it simple, but they prefer to keep the advertiser in a state of confusion.

It’s a money making mess. They mess you up while they take your money.

It’s time to overhaul the advertisement instructions. Stop trying to trick people. It isn’t cool.