I found a gem today, in an old phone memory card of mine, or rather many gems. The photos featured in this article and the one to follow in this series are all I have left from my first attempt at an urban permaculture farm in Cleveland. We called it Steelview Farms, due to close proximity to Steel Mills as Cleveland is a huge steel producer. The other reasoning was that we were farming stolen land.
This land was stolen from the people of Cleveland in many ways, usually from fines too high to pay. Houses are bought, bulldozed and the lots are left empty all over the city, unused.
Let's be honest and open minded and discuss this topic. There are so many mindless people who regurgitate the same propaganda and lies that has been told to them generations after generations. Let's debunk these lies with facts and open mindedness.
The fact of the matters are that regulations don't work. It's not just that they don't work, but usually they achieve the exact opposite effect that they are intended to do. Not just that, but by creating a centralized authority who dictates what is right and what is wrong, you are opening up the gates of corruption, tyranny, and inefficiency.
Dan Dicks of Press For Truth found some links between the Clinton campaign and food related code words for sex involving a former Clinton employee!
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As much as I hate being a curmudgeon some days, on other days it comes in handy.
If steem is created to create the reward pool.
If this steem is then divided 90% to Steempower holders and 10% to everybody else, ie, witnesses, sbd interest, reward pool, etc.
Then it is impossible to buy and hold steem without daily losses in value.
This loss can be mitigated, or even reversed by a rising steem price.
This loss can be recouped by draining the reward pool.
This loss can be recouped, and even exceeded, by becoming a successful author.
But not by everybody.
My math needs to be crowd sourced not just because I haven't done much algebra lately, but also to garner respect as to it's accuracy.
If the inflational losses are recouped, and/or exceded, though posting and curating, what is the break even point?</
Look what is happening while you were cooking supper and mindlessly melding with the flashylightbox,...
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When you are ready for change, it will be waiting for you in the streets,.....
Thanks for taking time to read what I had to say,.....
That may seem like a silly question, but it’s critical that we ask ourselves this question from time to time.
If I were to say, “I want to kill a dog.” would you think me a monster or would you assume I was hungry and wished to consume a frankfurter in a bun with some mustard?
The more important the conversation the more important clarity is in expressing a concept. Consider the phrase, “I killed last night.” When a comedian speaks these words we understand he’s indicating he performed his act successfully and made his audience laugh. But hearing these words under different circumstances can be life changing. These are examples of using slang, but typically slang is used in the context of conversations where the meaning is understood so no deception is involved and generally no harm is done.
It’s a different thing altogether when we are not speaking slang, but people have two different meanings for the same word. Sometimes this is done intentionally such as when a
Something to really think about...
People in this country don't actually use health
insurance. They use a cost-shifting scheme designed to pay for most day-to-day expenses that relate to health. People incorrectly refer to that as
This is not what
insurance was supposed to be.
In most segments of the industry, insurance is used only for catastrophes. You don't buy car insurance to have it cover the expense of refueling your vehicle at a gas station, changing the brake pads, funding an oil change every 3,000 miles, or replacing your air fresheners. You buy car insurance to protect you in the event of a catastrophic loss. Example: you hit a rich family's car and significantly disfigure their child in the accident. Better have a million dollars lying around because you're getting sued! THAT is what insurance pays for. It's not supposed to be used for every God damned thing.
No, insurance is not supposed to buy you a cup of orange juice at the hospital. The fact that it does is pre
Regardless of your political or economical need of belonging - right/left, private/public, it might worth noticing that neither is actually a pair of opposites. Even the private/public difference in case of property, factory, bigger things, it seems to be irrelevant whether a factory is owned by one person or State - either way we have no say in what it does or how it is run.
On the picture above there is a two-man saw. It has left side and it has right side. It also has interesting ability to cut down the mightiest of trees by engaging relatively small force to push left, right, left, right... Left and right in politics can be seen as a false dichotomy. There's little more to it. Differences are superficial (although very loudly advertised to make people care and identify with one side and treat the other side as Them, Our Enemies). Both wings seek to dominate. Both s
Josh Sigurdson breaks down a new development out of Chicago which may not surprise anyone. Chicago is leading the country in population loss.
According to a new table developed by 'Craine's', 66,244 people left Cook County in Chicago in the past year. Coming in second place for county migration is Wayne County, Michigan with 17,346, a major jump.
There are currently a whopping 89,000 more people leaving Chicago to other portions of the country than there are those moving in.
Dupage, Will and Grundy counties are also witnessing an alarming level of outgoing migration.
This massive exodus can be attributed to so many seriously alarming problems within Chicago. Mayor Rahm Emanuel who claims the city is safe, secure and inviting completely ignores the plight of the people. Apart from a major pension problem the city is currently facing, gun laws are forcing guns into gang member's hands while innocent people are unable to defend themselves. FBI statistics prove t
It claims that a guy named Dennis Montgomery recently bailed on his NSA, and CIA Contractor position, to blow the whistle on some major crimes going on at the agencies. Montgomery did so by taking with him items such as hard drives (47 separate drives) with over 600 MILLION PAGES of mostly Classified documentation. The Drives full of evidence and Montgomery himself made their way to the FBI recently.
Despite the Hollywood cliche` of
Whistleblowers being welcomed by investigators with open arms, Montgomery was apparently turned away by more than a few officials in Congressional Intelligence Committees. It wasn't until
One of the things that makes [BLOCK] so interesting and credible is that Bacon cites many examples of psychological studies that support and explain the behavior he describes throughout the WORK. Where research doesn’t exist, he often designs an experiment with his students to go out and test the principle in question.
I think these results are stunning. The implication is that we may be able to add power to our own messages by simply including the word “because” in the text.
It's covered here on this episode!
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