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One Mind At a Time

I get lots of emails. Many lots. Big Lots.

It’s truly what keeps me at this because blogging does get wearisome. From diabetics who’ve found a more reasonable path in flexible eating for some personal or particular enjoyment—counter to the Shiite Ketarded—to folks who’ve come to hate armed highway robbers as I do and their bosses all up the chain.

How are you today Sir?

I havent wrote to you in quite awhile.

I only look at the blog about once a week any more, compared to every 6 hours in the past. Just wanted to let you know how much of an influence you have been to me beyond all the diet and paleo bullshit. You have opened my eyes to all the crap about god and country we’ve been force fed our whole lives. I am totally accepting that God is the same as Santa Claus: a myth perpetuated by the hopefuls. I have accepted that there is hardly any freedom in the US; and even though I am fond of the memories of serving in the military, I realize the reasons for me serving were the result of wanting to kill the commies…who just want to live and prosper just like every one else.

And now I feel ashamed. On a lighter note, I’ve been eating lots of beans, rice, and chicken and feel great. And don’t judge, but been doing crossfit 3 times a week and really enjoy it; also, havent cut my hair in 3 months. Longest my hair has been since 1988.

Keep doing what you’re doing I will be a fan.

I intend to.

Tomorrow, I also intend to drive from Vegas to Bay Area via a non-standard route (south on the 15, cut to Bakersfield, north on 5). I’m heading up 95 to Tonopah, crossing over to 395 via the 6, then see if I can get over Tioga via the 120. Push comes to shove and the 120 to 9k feet elevation, the 88 always works.

Richard Nikoley

I'm Richard Nikoley. Free The Animal began in 2003 and as of 2021, contains 5,000 posts. I blog what I wish...from health, diet, and food to travel and lifestyle; to politics, social antagonism, expat-living location and time independent—while you sleep—income. I celebrate the audacity and hubris to live by your own exclusive authority and take your own chances. Read More

5 Comments

  1. doGnuts on November 30, 2014 at 01:57

    Lot’s of emails? Pity about the comments lately.

  2. Troels on November 30, 2014 at 05:29

    I’ll take the opportunity to thank you for making me think that potato starch-pancakes is an allowable food.

  3. Richard Nikoley on November 30, 2014 at 06:58

    I’m glad for the comments. Plus, you may not be aware but most comments lately have been on the Cosby thread and a couple of old RS posts.

    Traffic in general is the same. It’s good when people don’t feel a need to drop a comment just because I posted.

  4. LeonRover on November 30, 2014 at 08:12

    “It’s good when people don’t feel a need to drop a comment just because I posted.”

    Well, quite, there’s such a ReUnion over at HypoLivid – all that’s missin is Colpo.

  5. John on December 1, 2014 at 14:32

    I was watching football with some friends saturday. A young couple had their 3 year old there, talking about how great this sleep aid they buy for him at Walgreens is. Zarbee’s. “Its AMAZING. Contains melatonin, all natural! Everyone should try it!” I said the equivalent to “isn’t there some saying about how all sleep aids are addictive, thats applicable to adults, that might apply to the exogenous administration of sleep hormones to young children?”

    Their response? “Totally safe, our pediatrician told us about it!” and followed up with “he had an allergic reaction the other day, that stuff + benadryl = goodnight!”

    I wish I’d thought to say “yeah thats great, and if your kid gets a little overweight you may consider giving him a little thyroid hormone supplementation, and when hes 8 and wants to be better at sports giving him a little testosterone supplementation!”

    Maybe I’m off base, but these people seemed totally oblivious to at least the concept that hormone dosing babies might not be good despite the bee on the box and the colorful way “children” was worded.

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