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Monday, August 8, 2016

Playing Pokemon Go can be bad for one's health

Each day it seems there are new stories of absurdity being propagated from the mindless zombies all over the world playing Pokemon Go.  And whether it is a group of virtual Pokemon chasers interrupting a funeral service in Australia, or ones continuously trespassing in people's yards, this addicting game can take players to places that can actually put their lives in danger.

And sadly for one young athlete in San Francisco, it did just that.

A 20-year-old man was shot and killed while playing "Pokemon Go" at a San Francisco park Saturday night, according to authorities. 
Calvin Riley and a friend were playing the game in the Fisherman's Wharf area, along San Francisco's waterfront, when Riley was shot, AP reported.  
According to family and friends, Riley was randomly targeted, and there was no confrontation before the attack, KGO-TV reported.  
"There was nothing said back and forth,” family friend John Kirby told KGO-TV.  "It was just senseless, just came up and shot in the back and ran away for nothing." 
According to Kirby, Riley and his friend saw someone watching them from the top of a hill, but they were playing the game, so they were absorbed in their cellphones. 
Calvin was ahead of his friend, according to Riley, who said the friend witnessed the end of the attack. 
“Then when the friend came around a corner he heard a gunshot, saw his friend fall, and whoever did it ran away and possibly got into a car," Kirby told KGO-TV said. - USA Today
Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised that Americans no longer have any form of tactical awareness of their surroundings, considering when was the last time you saw someone actually look both ways before crossing a road... whether they were playing Pokemon Go or not.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Russian bank monetizes on Pokemon Go fad as it prepares to offer accident insurance

The Pokemon Go phenomenon is one where average people are turning into the equivalent of Black Friday zombies, and quickly losing sight of their surroundings in the attempt to capture virtual creatures on their smartphones.

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In the week or so that the game has been active, there are numerous reports of players being hit by cars on roads and freeways, being arrested for trespassing on the private and business property, and some even finding themselves molested by thieves and muggers as these incidents are just a few of the consequences that playing the game has created to put individuals in harm's way.
And while the game has become a global experience to millions of people, Russia is mulling over placing a ban on the Pokemon Go app due to its ability to co-opt one's Google account and personal information.  But until that occurs one bank there is seeing an opportunity to monetize on the Pokemon craze, and is offering insurance for people who might find themselves injured or worse while chasing a virtual Pokemon up and down the street.
Pokémon Go players in Russia are being offered free insurance in the event of injury while using the popular app. The country's biggest bank Sberbank is giving clients 50,000 rubles (about $800) worth of cover, Kommersant daily reports. 
“Given the fact that some countries have reported injuries of players who were catching Pokémon, we have developed a special product that will be free for players,” said the CEO of Sberbank Life Insurance Maksim Chernin. 
Compensation will depend on the severity of the client’s injury. Insurance cards will be given out for free, according to the media. Pokémon Go users will just have to visit a landing page and fill in the nickname, real name, birthday, location and e-mail. 
“It is also important for us that the project will improve financial literacy, as the younger generation will be able to learn about insurance instruments while playing the game,”Chernin added. - Russia Today

Friday, November 23, 2012

Darwin had Black Friday in mind when he created the theory of survival of the fittest

Black Friday is the annual day after Thanksgiving which rings in the holiday shopping season, and brings forth the mindless multitudes buying things they don't need.  This year, Black Friday sales resembled cattle feed lots, and Black Friday consumers resembled groups of zombies, identifying flat screens with grey matter.

To illustrate the point, the Daily Economist has two disturbing and entertaining items that are occurring this Friday, and provide a unique glimpse into the survival of the fittest mode that Darwin believes are species have.


Black Friday got off to a rowdy start at a San Antonio mall where police say one shopper pulled a gun on another who punched him in the face while they were waiting in line at a Sears store.

Police Sgt. Rob Carey tells the San Antonio Express-News a man rushed into the store when it opened Thursday night to get to the front of a line, started arguing with people and tried cutting in front of them.

One man who got punched pulled a gun and that scattered shoppers, including the impatient line-cutter who took cover behind a refrigerator. Then he fled.

Carey says the man with the gun had a permit to carry the weapon and isn't being charged with a crime. - NBC DFW

And from the offensive side of the ravaging animals, comes the wonderous, rarely seen footage of the human species in desperate need of a sale.




Where are Guns and Roses when we need them, playing in the store background as it drowns out Jingle Bells.

Monday, October 8, 2012

First National Bank of Apple could be next big release

General Motors did it, Sears and JC Penny have done it, and so have a number of blue chip corporations.  Creating your own finance company, which bypasses banks and allows for a whole new revenue stream for sales and gathering interest payments is an American institution, with both Google and Amazon now joining in the mix.

So this then begs the question for the world's largest tech company... how long until we get to see the First National Bank of Apple?


Google is getting into the credit business for the first time, with the launch on Monday of a programme in the UK to finance purchases of its search advertising by businesses.

The move marks the opening of a new front in the battle between the biggest internet companies, as they turn to their balance sheets as a source of competitive advantage. Amazon said last week that it had begun making loans to independent sellers that offer their products on its marketplace, marking the online retailer’s first move into financial services.


Google’s decision to issue its own credit card, which will also be made available in the US within weeks and other unspecified countries later, signals the company’s first attempt to use its huge cash reserves to support its core search advertising business by subsidising low-interest rate credit lines. - Financial Times

Apple has prided itself on being different and independent of the herd mentality, but in the end, the potential gain of being able to finance your own products to the miltiude of Apple zombies is something that might be too enticing to avoid.