Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Post About Nothing

No…there is no point to this post. Continue reading

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Win Win Chicken Trade

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

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I Appreciate Modern Miracles

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

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The Chevy Volt Is Still Shovel Ready: The Great Leap Forward

The Chevy Volt is the joke that keeps on giving. Continue reading

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The Chevy Volt Is Still Shovel Ready: Jobs Money Quote

I stumbled across a “Chevy Volt Sucks” quote so rich in irony that I had to post it. Continue reading

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The Chevy Volt Is Still Shovel Ready

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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First Car

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

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