Bison meat is more delicious and tender than any cake.
Meinhard's used to have bison sausages with blueberries and maple syrup in them. Those were insanely delicious. And you'd cook them on the grill and NO fat came out, NO grease. They were light and fluffy and proteinaceous.
I only drink when I've got a bad cold coming on and most of the time the liquor seems to burn the shit out of my throat and nose. So a mikey of rum or whiskey maybe once or at most twice a year. Other than that nothing.
During the early 1900s, North Dakota's economy was based on agriculture. Serious in-state problems prevented cohesive efforts in buying and selling crops and financing farm operations. Grain dealers outside the state suppressed grain prices; farm suppliers increased their prices; and interest rates on farm loans climbed.
By 1919, popular consensus wanted state ownership and control of marketing and credit agencies. Thus, the state legislature established Bank of North Dakota and the North Dakota Mill and Elevator Association.
Bank of North Dakota (BND) was charged with the mission of "promoting agriculture, commerce and industry" in North Dakota. It was never intended for BND to compete with or replace existing banks. Instead, Bank of North Dakota was created to partner with other financial institutions and assist them in meeting the needs of the citizens of North Dakota.
Missouri Valley Motor Building - 1920BND opened July 28, 1919, with $2 million of capital. Over the years, our fiscal responsibilities to the state have increased dramatically. Today, the Bank operates with more than $270 million in capital. The State of North Dakota began using bank profits in 1945 when money was first transferred into the General Fund. Since that time, capital transfers have become the norm to augment state revenues.
This is the way. This is how we escape from the parasites of Wall St. and the bankers of the City of London.
In the 1930's the USSR sent emissaries to British Columbia to study how we were spontaneously building huge hydro electric projects successfully without going to the City of London or Wall St. to finance it or take out loans at interest to bankers.
The Bank of North Dakota was established by legislative action in 1919 to promote agriculture, commerce and industry in North Dakota. Though initially conceived by populists in the Non-Partisan League, or NPL, as a credit union-style institution to free the farmers of the state from predatory lenders, the bank's functions were largely blocked by out-of-state financial actors refusing to buy the bonds the bank issued to finance its lending, lending that would have provided competition to the commercial banks. The business-backed Independent Voters Association then pursued shutting down the bank politically. The recall of NPL Governor Lynn Frazier effectively ended the initial plan, with BND taking a more conservative central banking role in state finance. The current president and CEO is Eric Hardmeyer; however, the bank itself is managed by the North Dakota Industrial Commission, which is composed of the Governor, Attorney General, and the Agriculture Commissioner (formerly the Agriculture and Labor Commissioner) of North Dakota.
The Bank of North Dakota is the only state-owned facility of its type in the United States other than the Puerto Rico Government Development Bank.
Social credit is an interdisciplinary distributive philosophy developed by C. H. Douglas (18791952), a British engineer, who wrote a book by that name in 1924. It encompasses the fields of economics, political science, history, accounting, and physics. Its policies are designed, according to Douglas, to disperse economic and political power to individuals. Douglas wrote, "Systems were made for men, and not men for systems, and the interest of man which is self-development, is above all systems, whether theological, political or economic." Douglas said that Social Crediters want to build a new civilization based upon "absolute economic security" for the individual, where "they shall sit every man under his vine and under his fig tree; and none shall make them afraid." In his words, "what we really demand of existence is not that we shall be put into somebody else's Utopia, but we shall be put in a position to construct a Utopia of our own."
Alberta and BC became immensely successful in the 1930's to 1950's thanks to Social Credit.
A very similar movement has arisen in the United States in N. Dakota.
The Bank of North Dakota was established by legislative
I bought Bitches Brew the day it came out. That was before I'd even heard of John McGlaughlin.
And my friend saw the Bitches Brew tour that same year at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Woody Allen was there playing the electric clarinet. He wasn't out of his milieu either. Woody was an awesome professional jazz musician. He was a much better musician than a moviemaker and he wasn't a bad moviemaker.
Going back to Sketches of Spain though I was disappointed. In retrospect its a bunch of corny superficial cliches about Spain and Spanish music.