Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Oklahoma budget, Love and eat more Kale



As seen in Oklahoma and many places is the point of budget
cuts mostly hitting schools in that reflect the cut to the kids going
into the labor force. 

Why is there a budget issue? Low tax revenue with people
walking down the road with no car. Cars going down the road 
with no bumpers. Can they afford to go to the new stake house
coming to town? Make nothing have nothing they can't afford it!
That's why there is nothing in your town or why things stagnate
with low sales. Or push consumer based pricing with adults
making children wages. Not fair for businesses to lower their
prices so the businesses live like children also. 
And if they don't they go away.

No evolution there. Where is the pursuit of happiness?
It's the pursuit of UN-happiness!
Reductionist values out of low pay. To do without then know
you never needed it anyway.

There is that point in life to raise the pay so they can spend more 
money being they don't and do without. If they don't the budget
will go down to the bottom as people stay home more.

Love? There is that question do you really take your job serious?
Well you know if you are 55 you will be 70 in only 15 years.
There is not a lot of time there! Also is point to know if you
are working in a corn field your mind is only mushed as the corn 
field you work in! That should be a warring sign to grab life by 
the horns. Take in that willing lover. How often does that come around
anyway! The point is to ask and act! Willing is willing it's already there!
It's about more support. If the lover is a lover then the lover is for your
best interest because you would be their best interest also and in 
these times!!!

But love is a good thing in the light of a budget mess!
Along with Kale! "It is definitely one of the healthiest and most
nutritious plant foods existence."

So in that is would be more of a cost effective food source.
Better than Ramen noodles.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWU9G677r2Y

"You'll want to include kale as one of the cruciferous vegetables 
you eat on a regular basis if you want to receive the fantastic health 
benefits provided by the cruciferous vegetable family. At a minimum, 
we recommend 3/4 cup of cruciferous vegetables on a daily basis. 
This amount is equivalent to approximately 5 cups per week. 
A more optimal intake amount would be 1-1/2 cups per day, 
or about 10 cups per week."
http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=38

13 healthy Kale Recipes!
http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20675570,00.html

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