Monthly Archives: October 2011
I do not live in a world where every trade creates a loser. There is no reason to suspect that all interactions screw someone. Anyone who does is either projecting or needs to start making better decisions. Life is not a zero sum game.
But you all know that. So I’m going to talk about a mutually beneficial trade that just happened on our homestead. Old chickens. Continue reading
This weekend I managed to snatch a few minutes from my schedule and I fired up those favored mission critical homestead tools. Viola. Fresh healthy bread. Wonderbread can kiss my ass! Continue reading
The Chevy Volt is the joke that keeps on giving. Continue reading
I stumbled across a “Chevy Volt Sucks” quote so rich in irony that I had to post it. Continue reading
Back during the Superbowl there was a moment when I was so shocked that I nearly spilled my bean dip. It was a flashy GM ad that featured a car nobody wants, costs too much, was currently unavailable, and is heavily subsidized; the Chevy Volt.
Now let’s compare the Volt to the most ridiculous vehicles I can imagine:
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There’s a meme running around. I’ve tried spraying for it but it keeps coming back. Apparently folks are discussing their first vehicles. I’m game. Continue reading
Suburbanite: “You know that phrase; ‘That which does not kill me makes me stronger’?”
Me (brimming with pride): “Yeah!”
Suburbanite: “Well it’s not true. You’re gonna’ die moron!” Continue reading
Here are the last few bits of wisdom before I go back to bitching about politicians arranging deck chairs on the Titanic and musing about the wonders of wood heat: Continue reading
COGs are not stupid. They are productive, predictable, and conservative. Some folks associate those traits with “dumb”. That’s a common, but stupid, misinterpretation. Continue reading