Opportunities for the Parallel Economy If anything has become clear over the last few years it is that certain points of view have become censored, banished, and wiped from our society and our online sphere. While the woke crowd can be as extreme as it wants, without any fear of reprisal, God-fearing Americans have been… Continue reading The State of Meat.
Since Covid is all Both Parties ever talk about. Let's Talk. . . TLDR: Both Political Parties want you to consume so much, you get high blood-pressure, and need Big Pharma to normalize it. Then a 2nd drug to control "the shakes" and “memory-loss” you got from the first one. . . Gather round children,… Continue reading Merry Christmas to you too?
Pretty please? No really, hear me out. . . Disclaimer: This article was written in haste, as it contains current events, but it was also written as an example of: How you too can Channel Emotional Energy into something Positive.As much as I hate adding to the never ending “echo chamber” and train wreck of… Continue reading Channel that Emotional Energy into something Positive.
Lazy-ness, mixed-in with some really good-intentions . . . Disclaimer: Just in case it is not obvious, this article is partly tongue-in-cheek, partly a piece of utter-pure-reality. It is up to the reader to decide which is which. Environmental-ism, Conservation-ism, Left-ism is often a cancer of lazy-ness, mixed-in with some really good-intentions. I think this… Continue reading The Cancers of Modern-isms
Originally published on Homestead.org Not that long ago, I thought I had it all. A cushy well-paid job making awesome innovative musical gadgets. I drove a German convertible. I ate out a lot. Sushi at least a few times a week. A nice condo. Life was all music, video-games, Netflix and chill, but deep in… Continue reading Why I gave up on Silicon Valley and Started a Goat Farm.
Chatting with a 91 year old… The hard part in life is finding something that you enjoy doing, and that gives you the income to keep doing it. It seems to hold true that if you love what you do, you'll never have to work a day in your life. You could also do a… Continue reading Searching For That Best Time of Life
How Technology Eventually Broke My Heart… When I was a young man my parents bought an Apple IIGS computer, one of the first personal computers to reach the masses. This thing was state of the art at the time, you could print giant 10-foot long banners on your dot-matrix printer, create holiday cards, write stories,… Continue reading Technology lovers unite!
And why no one wants to work. It pains me to write this stuff, because I used to be such a fan of Capitalism. I was the poster boy of this stuff; I went to Engineering school, I worked in an R&D office in Silicon-Valley, I have read Hayek & Rothbard & Atlas Shrugged more… Continue reading The hyper-capitalism of the left.