So much to do, so little time! Time flies. You can’t beat the clock. Time, they ain’t making any more of it. So many ways to characterize the thing we all fight for more of. We can’t buy more time, but there ARE things we can do to optimize the time we do have. Multi-tasking is a hard one to pull off successfully for most … Continue reading How To: Save Time Online
Original article can be found here. Denial of ration to eligible households Today people from 14 states testified about their situation of hunger and unemployment in a national public hearing at the Gandhi Peace Foundation, organised by the Right to Food Campaign. These testimonies were heard by a panel comprising of activists, journalists, lawyers, legislators, scholars and trade union leaders. The hearing began with testimonies … Continue reading India: Violations of the Right to Food and Work Rampant Across the Country, Made Worse by Aadhaar
I think it all started in January 2016. It may have been earlier, because we were already looking to get out of the rat race, looking for some empty land to homestead. January is where it really kicked off though. Before that, I was still a good little republican sheeple. I thought as long as “my guy” was in, it was all good. I was … Continue reading Where it started for me.
Today’s recommendation is actually a series of 2 videos, around 2 1/2 hours, from Rob Skiba. He is first of all a Christian, also a re-searcher, speaker, and director. For this series, he has done a TON of research, and has some very interesting insights into the nephilim chronicles talked about in the book of Genesis. It’s a long watch, but stick through it, it’s … Continue reading Recommendation Friday
Some photos of an in-progress pole barn I built recently. Continue reading Pole barn build photos
Article is from PJ Media The World Is in the Middle of a Reproducibility Crisis in the Sciences Recently in a private forum, someone talked about how the Earth is passing through a dark matter “Hurricane.” And one of my friends pointed out that it’s kind of interesting that we’ve moved from science discovering things you could see, touch, understand, and use to produce results, … Continue reading Spotlight Monday: the religion of “science”
Most people I know absolutely live for this time of year. Or at least the Christmas spirit part of it. The shopping malls (do people still go there) filled with crazed shoppers, the lights, trees piled high with gifts, the festivities, the parades, the gift getting giving, battling all the other lunatic drivers on the road, and most of all, the family feuds. What, exactly, is … Continue reading Tis the Season – for What, Exactly?