Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it – no matter if I have said it! – except it agree with your own reason and your own common sense.” – Siddhartha Gautama, a.k.a. the Buddha

A ‘why’ for my lack of posts.

I’m still here, ’round-a-bout, lurking, watching, thinking!

Over at Z-mans place, I reinforced why I am tired of it all. It isnt the article itself, its the commentary. Read both, one for a perspective that may or may not fit yours, the other for insight into the herd of cats.

And always there is at least one “its the Jooooossss”. Go figure, huh.

Heres my stance: I live in a tiny house on a hillside, I have a small garden, my own water source, and generate my own power for the few things I have that need such. I work outside of my little realm for the things I cant make myself, and to maintain that which I need to keep that ‘status’ ‘legal’ ie; car insurance and phone time.

I dont hurt anyone, I’m not dependent on anyone, and I,








So, like the rattlesnake, ya get a warning before the strike, and if you heed that warning, both sides go their ways content. If not, everybody loses. That herd of cats can prance, dance and talk shit about this that and the other, but until they stop playing the game as given to them, they are no better than the people they rale against. Get off the porch, make your own place on your own terms and stop giving these bastards ‘implicent consent’. Stop paying into a system that steals your lifeblood to pay for itself. If only half of the people in the red states did such, the system would implode. The cities would collapse into cannibal feeding grounds within weeks, and, ugly yes, but problem solved! (Well, mostly,,,)

I’m gonna go kayaking and enjoy the real world for a little while today. I’d suggest similar for all of you after you read that stuff, just to clear your head

5 responses

  1. Call T. Don

    It is becoming clear to me that commentary there and elsewhere consists of many who have no complete commitment to a plan that is adaptable to all the possible scenerio that could happen. They continue to move along repeating the latest pet idea while entertaining the idea that all will be well for them because its gonna be bad for the “somebody else”. At this point it doesn’t matter who screwed it all up, its unsustainable. It could coast down, crash, or blow up. It could go on for years, faction, become more burecratic, move more police state, or become WIDELY different regionally. How to set up so one can adapt seems to me to be the most prudent. Studying who or how it all fell apart is only important when establishing the next form of government……so its not all repeated. A mental adaptability, and the most difficult for this particular commenter, is, I think, all important. Everything the failing entities of commerce, government, politics, and so many institutions seem to have in common is a failure to embrace reality and adapt while maintaining core values. Instead they change reality in their own mind and adapt core values. I figure I can do nothing about the institutions, but I can me.


    July 22, 2018 at 9:31 am

    • “I figure I can do nothing about the institutions, but can me.”
      BAM! There It is. Gotta start there cuz nothing else matters without that.


      July 22, 2018 at 9:44 am

  2. Herding cats , is an appropriate response.
    Went and read all the comments, thinking you had left one…


    July 22, 2018 at 9:37 am

    • No, saw no point, as they’d prolly ripped into me and not heard nor understood a single syllable of what I wrote.


      July 22, 2018 at 9:42 am

      • I get that…a lot


        July 24, 2018 at 9:05 am

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