Biden Times

Just the other day I received email from a local Democrat representative, one of our Build Back Betters: Dear Friend, Every day, I hear from constituents about the financial stress and anxiety they experience as a result of rising prices of necessities like groceries and gas. I understand the worry this creates. That is why…

State of the Stewardship

If you have ever gardened, you know that stewardship of the garden matters. Now that mask mandates are being discarded in blue states ahead of mid-term elections and the troll Anthony Fauci is back in his hole, and the COVID-political vortex is dying down, it is time for a State of the Stewardship accounting. Exposed…

The Sands of Our Time

Just the other day I received a company-wide email. The email updated employees with the latest leadership changes, new business opportunities, employee highlights, COVID testing kit availability, and about a recent DEI meeting. The DEI blurb included a video and PDF. Both items, titled Let’s Talk Pronouns! Common Mistakes & What To Do Instead, were…

Shelf Life

(Begin recording) Ahem . . . A dust collecting barge circling the globe is not the most exciting life. And, when I say “circling the globe”, I don’t mean chugging down Amsterdam canals one week and slogging down Bangkok Klongs the next. I mean orbiting the globe. Dealing with circumplanetary dust – comet dust, asteroidal…

Mysteries of the Known Knowns

You might be aware of the TV miniseries Mysteries of the Unknown, a show that seeks answers to our history’s mysteries. I want to propose another miniseries: Mysteries of the Known Knowns – a show that seeks answers to the things we know we know from our recent history. Here are six suggested episodes with…

The Great Beset

Over the river and through the woods To New World Order we go. Globalists know the way To impose their sway Through despotic control Inclusivity, sustainability, resiliency — these are all terms that Schwab himself used when he declared in June, 2020, “Now is the time for a great reset.” If I told you that there…

The Science Has Settled

The foul stench of burning lithium batteries – thermal runaway – mingled with the rancid smell of decaying protein – rotting victims of spike protein injections – fills the air. The reek, still in my nostrils from yesterday’s walk, lays on my tongue as a putrid tasting film. The heavy odor of gases formed by…