Tag Archives: Watch your back

What political activists’ could learn from children

Kids are into politics, but at least they get over it. I’ve got kids and I love them dearly, but they drive me absolutely nuts sometimes. Why? politics. I watch them fight over the TV or snacks, or toothbrushes, or … Continue reading

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Family of six tragically killed, just trying to survive

It’s a tragic reminder, whenever I hear the news about another family found dead in their home from carbon monoxide poisoning resulting from an electric generator left running inside the home, to not leave a generator running inside your home. … Continue reading

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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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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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Pitch black and terrified

Earlier this morning I was reading a creepy story about a man camping and his son camping on a lake for the night. After a long day of outdoor activities, fishing and eating chow by the campfire the two tuckered … Continue reading

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It was hell down there

I was reading about huge underground tunnel systems under major cities across the United States and questions about what they were originally designed for and in the case of fallout as to whether or not they would be good as … Continue reading

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