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Economics

A Couple weekends ago I went to the local flea market. I used a certain currency called bartering. What I had just previously bought I used to trade for something else. I was looking at a nice bracelet and had just bought this nice little trinket. The guy selling the bracelet said I could have the bracelet if I gave him the trinket. I sat there and pondered whether this would be a trade worth while. I believe this type of currency could not only help our economy but help relations with…

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Posted on April 18, 2014 at 3:04am

Economics

I think what would be cool is if each state had their own currency. That way each state would worry about their own economy. We would still keep the dollar as the standard. Like when you are traveling state to state and you don't have the local currency states will still accept a certain amount of the dollar. I believe this will make us less dependent on the government and help with the economy.

Posted on April 18, 2014 at 2:50am

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Urgent Evoke is all about evoking change. Urgent Evoke is about us becoming agents of change and thinking outside the box. It is about broadening our horizons and find the truth in situations. Urgent Evoke helps people help people. Finding solutions to help better the lives of people around the world by inovating so things that can help peoples lives. Urgent Evoke allows you to reflect on yourself and the way your life is and look at others in parts around the world that are less…

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Posted on April 18, 2014 at 2:31am

Whats Next?

I think that Season 2 on Evoke should help towards animals. I think we need to understand how animals are a big part of our lives, ecosystem, agriculture and much more. How we need to preserve animals and be thankful for all they give us. I think it would be wise to study the agriculture field in how animals are raised and used as food. How some animals are used as companions, and how animals help our ecosystem flourish. I believe we need to study and acknowlege all that animals do for…

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Posted on April 18, 2014 at 1:46am

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