1. spoil taken from an enemy in war; plunder; pillage.
2. something that is seized by violence and robbery.
3. any prize or gain.
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Economics still shows to be one of the most relevant topics in the galaxy as of press time, so with that said, when it comes to a discussion about how the economies of both America and the world work, the
Treasury Department does often come into question and if we were to step outside of the box with our thinking for a quick moment, we could ponder on whether or not the growing popularity of a woman’s desire to posses a desirable booty as well as the obvious demand from the opposite sex actually plays a part in the total scheme of things in regards to economics and having and holding assets which are of value.
Wait, lets look at the word assetÂ while we are on the subject.
Nicole Scherzinger Of The Pussycat Dolls Showcasing Her Assets!
1. a useful and desirable thing or quality: Organizational ability is an asset.
2. a single item of ownership having exchange value.
The definition model says that organizational ability is an asset, so I can count that as yet another blessing afforded to me by The Creator and say in closing that while whoeverÂ professed the original definition of booty stating it as a desirable thing that is taken in an act of war through robbery and or otherÂ violent means, perhaps the age old adage that the pen, and now the keyboard, is mightier than the sword holds even more validity asÂ they whenÂ effectively utilized, offerÂ more cost effective and less asset damagingÂ ways of acquiring booty in my humble opinion,Â such asÂ simplyÂ writing a scriptÂ or offering speechÂ which would perhaps betterÂ persuade the holders of the booty to hand it over in order to attain more effective management of it, and add even greater value to it.
Putting My Two Cents In.. LITERALLY!
It’s just my two cents, which according to the laws of increase is where billions and trillions of dollars both begin, or put in another way, a different and invaluable perspective to consider.