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Monday, November 7, 2016

Intel Corp. Management Making America Great Again

At times where the only genuine "made in U.S.A." product that you can identify on the market is a haircut, Intel Corp. executive management, in a revolutionary and amazing move, demonstrated their idea of "Making America Great Again". Following on the theme of "500 is better than 100", they introduced the "Light Show Drone" concept (see: http://www.slashgear.com/intel-shooting-star-drone-is-designed-for-light-shows-07463060/). This brilliant idea paves the way to endless number of possibilities of spreading money in the air, high above where even the most advanced haircuts can raise your hair.

In the spirit of ex-president G.H. Bush campaign ad philosophy of "Thousands Point of Light" (see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sx5X3Jd8DI4), Intel Corp. is offering us salvation from the cheap and stinky Chinese fireworks that dominated every demonstration of patriotism in the U.S. for the last three decades. Undeterred by the latest news that Intel Data Center products have not reached the expected sales results, Intel top executives refocused their operations and managed to throw a curve ball to their competitors, before they could even lift their heads into the sky.

Clearly, long-term reliance on the Chinese as the world's primary supplier of fireworks, has become a National Security issue. Can you imagine where we would be as a nation without mass entertainment on a grand scale? Why continue and support the Chinese economy by buying cheap and abundant traditional fireworks, when we could spend good millions of dollars, sending thousands of (Chinese made) lithium batteries flying over our heads to cheer our patriotic crowds? What do we live for if not for 15 minutes of fame (your mileage may vary)? Make America Great Again--Vote for BK.

--Dr. Flywheel

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