What Would You Do With Your Billions?
December 30th, 2015
Advertising, Advertising, Advertising. HomeKeeperU would be everywhere a person looked. My website would have all the bells and whistles with as much technical support as I could get. With billions of dollars HomeKeeperU could could make Occupational Parenting a reality. We would all see what an asylum we live in today. That’s a little harsh and I don’t mean to call everyone except myself insane. But how many of wish we could change the world for the better? Occupational Parenting is just my piece of that puzzle. It feels like a mission that I just can’t turn my back on. There may be a few that wouldn’t but most parents would use some of their billions to do better by their children. Occupational Parenting assures that we could put one parent back in the house. Neither of them have to but everyone has the opportunity to. Who wouldn’t want that?
HomeKeeperU may not take all my billions so I do have other plans as well. I’d get a Camaro , Corvette, and a hard top Humvee. I’d have a house in America, Europe, and Africa. I’d leave a lot of what I wear up to the other billionaires so as not to be an outcast. I’d have my own music studio and my daughter would have an art studio if she so choose. My ex-wife would have whatever she asked for within affordability. She’s been a saint trough my ups and downs. It shouldn’t cost a lot of money but I’d get a pardon for my criminal record with the hope of establishing a Governmental department; The National Department of Human Resources. That may be out of reach but I’d have enough money to be heard. The focus would be on employment especially Occupational Parenting. Another focus would be employee benefits. There would Universities committed to the The Human Element‘s compatibility to the Universe; HomeKeeper University.
I’m kind of off a tangent based on the success of HomeKeeperU. Something I would like to do with or without the success of HomeKeeperU would be an everyone housed program. When I was young we lived in subsidized housing the one we lived in was not that bad. It was in a suburban area. Tough kids and drugs were plentiful. Teen-aged sex all the drama that goes with it was everyday occurrences. When I went to the project in the city things were much worse. From the number of people living in them to the urine in the stairways and elevators. The drugs were more plentiful there and you’d have no problem scoring a gun if you wanted. I said all that to say this. I would start housing projects; mini houses or apartments. The catch is that there would be inspections. If you’d like to live there you’d have to do upkeep. If you didn’t know how you’d be trained. There’d be surveillance cameras in all the stairways and elevators. Rent would be on a scale and that scale includes $0.00 for the unemployed homeless. You just have to be clean. Veterans with children would have first priority, then single parents, then veterans without children, finally the physically and mentally disabled. Folks with mental or physical disabilities will have more extensive assistance. Some asshole is going to break the security cameras or wear a hoodie and piss allover the place but the urine will be cleaned up and the surveillance cameras immediately replaced as many times as need be. Illegal drugs and guns will be fought with all the pleas necessary to keep the housing policed adequately. It won’t just be the pleas of a bleeding heart. It would be a new deal with mock crime in a town designed for police training (also see “Imagine Better”). Criminals would apply to challenge the every ready police force and fire department.
So why should some not have to work and others get a free ride? Under Occupational Parenting people will want to work. They won’t be a bit worried about those who don’t. Outside of the house it will only be a 5 hour work day unless an individual wants to work more. Folks that want to use Occupational Parenting as welfare will be sorely disheartened. Occupational Parenting only pays for the quality of a individual not the quantity. Persons may find they only have enough time for 1 or 2 children to test out a good salary in the child’s Bracket of Difficulty. If the parents fail they will be fired and their children placed in foster care or adopted. In a world where life is fair who wouldn’t want to work?
It’s not that we’re not smart enough to do the right thing. It’s that we don’t have the will. We’ve all heard or parents say life isn’t fair. Well we’re not out parents and our children don’t have to be us. We have an opportunity to make everyone happy; even those who don’t want to be. Why would we not seize that opportunity. Sure, I could use a few billion dollars. How about you? Until next week; keep your homes well.