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SAVE THE CALLER (c) 2014 K Jay Willis, All Rights Reserved.

This is Save the Caller_2This is my first record of my SAVE THE CALLER(c) 2014 campaign. It’s all mine. I’m having trouble making the print darker, altering the brightness and altering the contrast. So you’ll just have to zoom in, to read it. But regardless of my abilities in the photoshopping department, SAVE THE CALLER (c) 2014 is my idea.
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No Photo Spring

All those conservative talk radio sites have a section where they post cheerleader photos. And usually the photos are of cheerleaders in compromising positions. But if you don’t want a photographer taking a photo of you in a compromising position, wear baggy clothes. I have found that the $15 Wrangler jeans from Walmart are the least attractive jeans anybody could buy. And the $20 khaki Dockers, did they wear at Best Buy, are the least attractive dresswear people can buy.  Those journalists to wear press passes, and just take pictures of cheerleaders in compromising positions, don’t deserve a press pass. And the conservative important discussions on The Talk Radio lose their urgency, when there’s a frame for pretty cheerleaders in compromising positions. I just don’t take your talk radio segment seriously anymore , when I see that. It’s like, do you want to discuss Social Security or immigration or abortion , or just look at a pretty sure cheerleader in a compromising position. In fact I’m surprised that some of the debate participants don’t even bring that up. Do you want to get elected , or just look at them pretty cheerleaders in compromising positions. Take it easy out and we’ll fix you up right now. Save the caller. Red flag on the play.

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The Participation Rate – Corporate Culpability

—– Who told you that was the target profit margin? I don’t have any problem with you knowing your numbers, and the dollars. But I disagree with that target profit margin.
—– We always have the discussion about Single No Kids vs raising an early family. And those who are married with children, or who have children, make more money than those who don’t.
—– So if you tell me that a high profit margin is best, and lean headcount is best, you’re telling me that your company wants low future growth. Put your money in your “children”. Does that make sense to you?
—– I once sent my complaint to the Nashville Songwriters Association. Maybe pop culture can make a song out of this quandary also. I leave the music genre open to you subject-matter-experts.
—– I’m in my late 50s, so I just pass the information forward.
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—– I’m all in.  And I’m declaring the attitude of the present corporate entities and company entities fertile ground.  I want to work within the system.  And I want to help.  I’m not into immortality (Lucy).  They get more wealth if they have hire more people, and they maintain their wealth if they support their “children”.  I’m not into government re-distribution.  And it was never about that.  But if you are purely a single corporate entity, with a zero loyalty headcount, we’ll take you to the cleaners.  Just look around you for the proof.
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April 11, 2016.

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Profit Margin Infinity. PRate Zero.

—– If the boss said you have to accomplish the same task with three helpers instead of four, you’d of course let one of your workers go.  And when a fellow employee asked you why you did that, you’d answer, “Because the boss told me to”.
—– If a company officer told you to make higher margins by automating practices, you’d comply because the company officer told you to.
—– If a bank told you they would only give you the loan if you tightened your workforce.  And they told you the top performing company did the same work with a leaner headcount, you’d rush to meet the standards of the top performer.
—– People are no different from others.  If somebody tells you to do something, you comply if they have power over you.  They can withhold your job.  Or they can withhold your company loan. Or they might just want to mess with you, to see what you’re made of.
—– But they’re messing with jobs.  And nobody wants to tell the powerful person, in your life, that they simply are wrong and going in the wrong direction.  Is the company’s target profit margin really healthy?  You say you cannot operate your business if the costs raise, but that’s really not true.  You’ve set your goal on a target profit margin, and you simply refuse to open the doors unless you personally are getting that profit, regardless of what anybody else says.
—– I submit that your target profit margin is a percent of infinity, and your target Participation Rate is zero.  It’s really a personality defect.  The industry told me to tell you that. Now pass the buck again.
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Written April 9, 2016
Uploaded April 9, 2016
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