All New Wilmott Jobs Board                     (b)

Kids Explain Futures Trading

Proprietary Trading Firms: Listings and Reviews

The Freezing Homeless Child: Social Experiment in NYC

(Statistics Provided By: The State of Homelessness in America

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Top Journalist & Editor Dr. Udo Ulfkotte: All News is Fake


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French Jazz Pianist Michel Legrand: "Brian's Song"

It was too cold to hang out in the French Quarters on Mardi Gras night. So a few of us ended up watching some old movies - including the tearjerker Brian's Song.  

The movie's beautiful theme song is by French jazz pianist Michel Legrand. Enjoy!

Mardi Gras Funk!


This is why I love my hometown Nawlins - folks here have no shame. LOL!

Sandia National Labs: "Sun-Gas"

Sandia’s Sunshine to Petrol (S2P) team seeks to address the critical national and global issues of growing energy consumption amid increased vulnerability and price volatility of petroleum supplies and climate change risks.

Sandia’s interdisciplinary S2P research team leverages the lab’s extensive experience in concentrating solar power, reactors and reactive structures, systems, materials, and thermodynamics and in several universities.  The team is guided by a diverse and experienced external advisory board that provides feedback on research directions in periodic reviews that ensure progress.

Please learn more about "sun-gas" here and here.

Wall Street Pays Bankers to Work in Government and It Doesn't Want Anyone to Know


An AFL-CIO investigation revealed a common Wall St practice of offering its top executives fat bonuses if they land a job in government. An AFL-CIO petition asks for a list of people who are eligible for such payments, but Citigroup has responded that this is private information.

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Mr. James Robertson: Hardest Working Man in America!

James Robertson spends most of his spare time commuting from his home in Detroit, Michigan, to work


More than $270,000 (£180,000) has been raised for a Detroit man who faces a 21-mile round-trip on foot to get to work.

Overwhelmed James Robertson has received a groundswell of support and thousands of donations after his story was reported around the world.

He walks about eight miles to get to work and 13 miles home, five days a week, with a lack of buses making his night-time commute longer.

The 56-year-old has been walking to work ever since his car broke down a decade ago, with an online fundraising campaign being set up by a college student to replace it.

A new car won’t be a problem for the factory worker any longer, with several car dealerships offering him a new motor for free.

Please learn more about Mr. Robertson here.