minding your own business

Man and Mind I tend to listen to my inner voice and believe every single word. I trust that voice. It’s my voice. I know that it is just a shameless mind speaking to me. Minds have no pride, they’ll say anything, and never stop talking to you even when they have nothing new to […]

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Patagonia Whisperer

I traveled down to Tucson. Stopped in Quartzite slept in the back of the Volvo. Renting a room from midnight to early morning isn’t any fun. Sleeping in the back of a station wagon suits me fine. As success and money have found their way into my life so has travel by air, hotels and […]

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Time is Slow-Eternity is Long

    Five hundred miles later I arrived in Ajo, Arizona pitching my tent first- answering questions later. My RV pull-through host didn’t disappoint packing a small sidearm while collecting my site use fee. “You’ll want to pack the tent and be out of here by 8.” His tone of voice allowed me to crawl […]

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He is our Shame, Our Agony

  To the Barricades Pulling out of the Paris Agreement pisses me off. I’m furious with the titans of industry extorting our representatives into taking this outrageous action. We are the rogue nation with a blighted unhealable soul. Any semblance of our being that shining beacon on a hill just got tossed into the dustbin […]

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Fairer Trade… Looks Like This

Where the Ploys Are… “Income distribution characteristics” is a term to describe how a free trade agreement alters how and where money flows in an economy. It may be true that a new trade deal increases the total amount of money being exchanged between two trade partners, but it may also be true that more […]

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