The Almighty’s Curse

The Little Mermaid

Another day sinks in as it gets dark and cold
An insufferable grief I continue to withhold
trembling in the bloodthirsty rain
with hardly anyone to notice my wounded vein
They usually go in big cars, splashing mud all over me
and oftentimes injuring my knee

I look up to the sky and cry at the Almighty’s curse
doomed to live in a wicked land and to bear the atrocity of the universe
Famished I dig for food in the trash
but they throw stones with no mercy at my feeble body in a flash
So much hatred, so much insensitivity
when all I seek in them is divinity

I am ridden with fleas, living as a stray
I wonder where I did wrong when I see my friends play
Born in a graveyard with a gloomy fate
I drown in boundless rejection everyday, isolate
Do they realise that I…

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Need a Break from your Boring Day? New Drone Footage – Lake Washington

Kevin Hellriegel's Blog of Worthless Advice

Ah, the sunny skies of Seattle…Enjoy our latest drone footage featuring University of Washington, the new 520 floating bridge (longest floating bridge in the world!), me racing around in the ski boat “Mac Mac”, our and friends in their trawler “Fish Hawk”.  Also some footage of Batman on a jet ski near Seward Park.

Below is a link to our YouTube Drone footage.  If you want an idea of how nice Seattle can be, take some time and watch the videos.

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How did finance lose its way?

Shrey's Notepad

In recent years, especially since the advent of the 2008 financial crisis, the worst one of the century, bankers have seen a spectacular nosedive in public approval. Many see them as the orchestrators of this crisis, and although they were not wholly responsible, it is true that banking, and more broadly the finance industry as a whole, has had systemic problems that are not even close to being solved to this day. Tales of plunging share prices and financial woe have been what today’s generation have grown up with; almost everything they have known has been financial negativity. It’s almost redundant to say at this point that a field which was created in order to benefit the public should really not be hoodwinking and failing them in the way which it has.

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