Tag Archives: Planning ahead

Kill em’ or feed em’? What to do when death comes a-knockin at your door

Now picture this, if you may. It’s a warm balmy mid-August summer day as you travel through Louisianna on your way to Florida, on your vacation. Your family and you stop for dinner chow at one of them highway diners … Continue reading

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Politics taken too seriously by idiots is dangerous

Politics taken seriously by idiots is a dangerous thing. But then again, in all truth who am I to call anyone an idiot? No one indeed is the short answer. Like for example, I read of a  woman from the … Continue reading

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From hedonistic punk to family values and protector

Hedonism is the pursuit of pleasure as a way of life. And I guess, not knowing anything other than to seek “one’s self” as life’s main purpose it’s easy enough to spin off and wind up steering down some pretty … Continue reading

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Abe Yankee talks Bruce Springsteen and waterproof tinder all in one post

Who was it that sang, you can’t start a fire without a spark? – Bruce Springsteen, Dancing in the Dark. Yeah, that’s it, and you can’t start a fire without tinder either, and what if you find yourself camped somewhere it’s … Continue reading

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Don’t be a victim with a hood

If I can perpetually blame some woe of the past and hold it “hostage” as the guilty culprit for circumstances of my life today, I use it as the “perfect” excuse to not take responsibility for tomorrow. -Is why victims … Continue reading

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Why you shouldn’t be paying off debt

According to recent data tallied by the Social Security Administration, 50% of American’s earn less than 30k a year. That means most American’s are broke. Why are American’s so broke? Two reasons right off the top: greed and credit. Now, … Continue reading

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The day the US dollar dies

I’ll be the first one to tell you that I am no economic expert. Nor do I completely understand the way the US dollar functions in relationship to the global economy other than its dominant role in international commerce. However, … Continue reading

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