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gadget love making us crazy

This one from Zerohedge is very good. Anyone paying attention can validate the points. This article goes into the details, but the meta-data, the big picture is obvious to any observer who has kept their distance from the swamp.

How many signs do we need that some time spent in nature, thoughtful periods and interactions with fundamental, cave-man tools is important to a balanced person?

This Is The ‘Depressing’ Chart Mark Zuckerberg Does Not Want You To See by Tyler Durden Tue, 05/22/2018 – 11:15 0 SHARES

Almost a year ago, we wrote about how post-Millennials are safer, physically, […]

Faraday comms case

Long on my ToDo list,

today this one got TA-DONE!

🙂 … HOORAY!!!

PROBLEM: More often than not heading out without key components of my communications plan. RELATED PROBLEM: Want some protection from an EMP for my comms gear. I have tried less expensive solutions, but they always fail to satisfy form, function, utility and aesthetics. I finally recognized that I had to spend a little more to achieve satisfaction.

The $140 T.Z Molded Aluminum Attache Case is an excellent choice. Real Aluminum – not plastic with a spray-on aluminum-colored coating. I looked above and below that price […]

flashes in the night sky

I do not know what they are, but am certain they are not of nature.

Between 10:30 and 11:00 I took my puppy out for his final relief before bedding down.

It was under a perfectly clear, starry sky.

Due south, in the mostly uninhabited Bitterroot Mountains I thought I saw a brilliant flash of light.

No clouds. No thunder. Just a ball of brilliant light from a great distance to the south.

Now I am pondering and paying attention.

Several of them followed. I was not timing or recording, but every 3 to 5 minutes another […]

driven … by what?

From Basics of Resistance by Claire Wolff and Kit Perez:

“Every person is driven, at the core, by a deep-seated need. An individual may crave acceptance, love, power, money, recognition, honor, or something else. In many cases, people don’t know themselves well enough to know what their primal drive is, or they tend to see their drive as solely positive.

They might think their drive is “to serve” or to “stand up for liberty,” but these aren’t primal drives; those desires are driven by underlying primal drives. To reach the core, we need to ask ourselves why, enough times […]