Simple Math vs Complex Math
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I predicted todays economic woes over two years ago, and I predicted it would be the credit card industry that would lead the way.
When I was in elementary school I discovered I had a talent for an elementary school math game. The game was known as "Conductor", "Around the World", and "Flash Card". The teacher would hold up a card with a times table question on it, like 6 x 7, and the first of two competing students to correctly answer the question would advance to the next desk and play against another student.
We didn't have video cameras back then but I think I was recognized as being the best at it in my school. As good as I was at "simple math" calculations, I would later discover that I was average at Algebra and incapable of fully grasping Algebra II or PreCalculus. In a world that says to be good at math you MUST be good at Algebra II, PreCalculus and Calculus, I was an accomplished "simple math" student, but a "complex math" bust.


Simple Math to the Rescue
Almost 40 years later and I see where my elementary school math talents are needed! My simple math skills are needed to expose "Credit Protector" as an insincere insurance. It appears that Credit Protector may pay out as little as one dollar for every hundred dollars it brings in. Mull that over for a moment and ask yourself, is that legal? If you or I opened up an insurance agency and only paid out one dollar to policy holders for every 100 dollars that was collected, we would probably be thrown into jail and called mobsters.
