Anti-Vaxx: I Keep Crazy Hours

You would never be able to predict when I’m asleep or awake. Some days, I’ll get my sleep from mid-afternoon until early evening and then be up all night. I scoff at all the “circadian rhythm” stuff people now tout—they, having gotten bored with food…but still feel a need to assert that you can’t possibly...…Read More

The Thanksgiving Deal 2016

First time in years we’ve had the feast up here at my place in Arnold, at 4,200 feet of elevation. The first snow of the spring is imminent. Folks arrived Wednesday, and just departed. Beatrice is down in the Bay Area with her peeps and now I’m home alone again—excepting the three furry creature organisms pretending...…Read More

A Brief Update On Chilling Out

I might write a long post on this in the next few days. I might not, and just proceed forward with various things not involving politics. Since the election results recently, I have become quite “chill” with life and have been enjoying the feeling. Had no idea how much the last year had affected me...…Read More

2016 Election: Rush To The End

Back in the last couple of days of 2008 I was up here at the cabin in Arnold, tons of family were around, it was the holidays. I decided to do a one-dozen-post blog marathon in a day (you can pull it up in archives). I picked this song to blog, as my final post,...…Read More

Election 2016: La Villa Strangioto

It only just came to me. Plausible. The Strangest shit any of us have lived through in a lifetime. Take it easy. Listen, refrain, learn, and have some fun and laughs. These are interesting times. Don’t miss the essence.... This content is for Annual Subscription, Monthly Subscription, and Free Member Content members only and is…Read More

Rush To Lessons

I woke up today completely unaware I was going to have another day of substantial reflection. I’ve been having a lot of those, lately. This political process over the last year seems to have changed me in ways that shock me as profound, behind my back, and I still don’t have an adequate self-reflective take...…Read More

Thanks For The Bottom Blow, Mr. Trump

This politics over the last week has resurrected a memory. When I became a Navy officer in 1984, the Navy was in transition from steam power to gas turbine for ships, discounting the nukes—which only makes economic sense for aircraft carriers and submarines, now. My ships were steam, but Jaguar steam—to borrow a metaphor from...…Read More

Why and How Trump Won

There are many elements to it, with general popularity not ever being one of them. In fact, popularity was the biggest blind spot of the left, completely disregarding time, context, and circumstance. Trump was extremely unpopular and he understood that and simply integrated it strategically and tactically. In fact, this is how unpopular: I had...…Read More

Election Day: Not George Carlin This Time

Desperate times call for desperate measures. Like, voting, perhaps? Usually, on any given election day, I put up my stock George Carlin vid on voting. Been doing it for years. Up to now, there was never a dime’s worth of difference. That’s not true, this time. The contrast is more stark than in any election...…Read More

This Is Very Cool: Banned By Facebook, Again

There is nothing more lovely than fucking with leftists and Democrats. Nothing in the entire world. They are the stupid, incurious, intellectually-LAZY, indoctrinated people of Earth. They have yet to spend 2-3 days in their lives hungry, without a clear line to a cure. I would love to see how they cope with something that...…Read More

Finally The Clinton Foundation: Follow The Money

I first learned of the Clinton private-server email probe just after I stopped by a liquor store and checked into a hotel room in San Diego, just across the Mexican border, at about 8pm in late July, 2015. I’d just driven 840 miles straight on 1950s-style, 2-lane Highway 1, up the Baja peninsula, from Ciudad Constitución—having...…Read More