Category Archives: Employment Disasters

White Knuckle Day

I’ve enjoyed an active 2017, so far, having maintained two yards, demolished a deck, replaced it with a patio and converted the wood into flower boxes. But bad posture while typing has nearly taken me out.  I hit Office Depot … Continue reading

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The Death of Neoliberalism

From John Michael Greer, in January of last year: The investment class has actually had a bit of a rough time, as many of the investment vehicles that used to provide it with stable incomes—certificates of deposit, government bonds, and … Continue reading

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Techno Porn

From Stephen Hawking: “Although the chance of disaster to planet Earth in a given year may be quite low, it adds up over time, and becomes a near certainty in the next 1,000 or 10,000 years,” he said in November. … Continue reading

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A Fec Day

Not to be confused with an infamous Tiger Day. 9:15: Arrived at work.  Vacuumed, watered the plants and shipped. 12:00: Trimmed hedges. 1:30: Trimmed holly bushes. 3:30: Arrived at work.  Shipped my ass off and made it to the USPS … Continue reading

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Amazon Go

From Zacks: The much-talked-about ‘no cashier convenience store’ called Amazon Go to be launched by e-commerce giant Amazon.com, Inc. through its ‘Project Como’ has got delayed. Amazon has been testing the store at its campus in Seattle, with employees serving … Continue reading

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Franken as McCarthy

What a week.  The UPS man failed to show up at the store for a few days, so I was able to complete my chores, ship, and return to Liberty and the backyard, where I have assembled four flower boxes … Continue reading

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January Spring

Sting’s Seven Days in on Pandora. I’m buzzed and shredded.  If I count correctly, we’ve had 60 degree days twice in each of the last three weeks, which I have used to great advantage. My return to Liberty has aspects … Continue reading

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