To be honest, I can think of little to be happy about this evening. Our nation is on the verge of what appears to be a deliberately-caused economic collapse, and our personal freedoms are being chainsawed away by the same administration to a chorus of cheers from the news and entertainment media, and a disturbingly …
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New Year’s Resolution
Okay, this is a bit early… I’m posting it here because I’m going to need help from friends and family. Nothing active, mind you, just some support when I come to visit. My New Year’s resolution is to go Paleo for the entire year of 2013. Not Whole30 for 365 consecutive days (Whole365?), but definitely …
I will not be posting for the next three days. Merry Christmas to all!
Happy Mother’s Day!
Just a post to celebrate all of those moms out there–especially my own! God only knows how you put up with me! I mean, when I was a kid of course. Obviously, I’m really cool now. And totally self-confident. So I have that going for me, which is nice.
See, This is Why I Get Grinchy About Christmas…
I was in Wal-Mart last night doing my grocery shopping for the week, and I heard Deck the Halls playing. On the fifth of October??? I mean, I have a lot of good feelings about Wal-Mart as a company–they get decent products to people at good prices, they help out with disaster relief all the …
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Happy Independence Day!
I’ll be working tomorrow, of course, but I doubt that I’ll be posting anything–or that anyone will be reading anything. Remember, tomorrow isn’t about shooting off fireworks in your backyard; tomorrow is about celebrating the birth of the greatest democracy the world has ever seen. There is big movement in the main-stream media that this …
In honor of the upcoming patriotic holidays (Flag Day and the 233 birthday of the U. S. Army today), here is some flag-flying etiquette for my non-military readers. Fly ’em high, fly ’em proud!
Man, has this been a busy week! I’ll start with Thanksgiving; I got to meet a lot of my in-laws (what do you call the father of your sister-in-law?), and see my brother’s new house. It sits on a beautiful 10-acre lot (with lake) just outside of Mexico, MO. Must be nice to marry money!Then, …
The Feast of the Dead, preparing for the Death of the Old Year at Yule. Also known as “All-Hallow’s Eve” or “Halloween” today. Dress scary, eat sweets. Have fun!