Monthly Archives: November 2011
I presume Occupy Wall Street’s popularity will have a short shelf life; at least for 2011. Like dogshit on the lawn they’ll lose relevance as the snow gets deeper. Continue reading
About a month ago I gave away some chickens. But I still had several that needed homes (either the freezer or with someone else who will buy their feed). I procrastinated because butchering old laying hens is a hassle. Continue reading
Chickens are like people in that some are brighter than others. Mine are free range chickens which puts them in the Mensa/Survivalist chicken league. Continue reading
It’s 12:05 am. Officially it’s the day after Thanksgiving. Time for the first turkey sandwich. (My favorite part of the feast!) Apparently some people associate this day with shopping. I have no idea why.
We have a great deal for which we should give thanks. Here are a couple of images to put you in the Thanksgiving mood. (I’ve always liked Norman Rockwell’s paintings because they’re the absolute polar opposite of trendy and ironic.) … Continue reading
Yesterday I posted a list of small freedoms that make life better and are the canary in our National coal mine.
I noticed that virtually everything on my list, harmless or not, is opposed by somebody somewhere. Continue reading
Since Thanksgiving will soon be upon us I thought I’d make a little list of freedoms. Not the big freedoms like guns, religion, and speech. Smaller ones. Things just make life better. The canaries in the coal mine. Continue reading
We’ve all had dreams where we imagine we’re doing work tasks. Doesn’t that suck? All night long your subconscious pretends you’re working like a dog. Then you get up and do it for real. Ugh… Continue reading