This one is for all of the-lesser-of-two-evils idiots/simpletons/acolytes/indoctrinairres/parents/college graduates/liberals/Democrats out there. 😁🖕
It’s about putting different parts of your life where they’re treated best. That way, you maximize your personal freedom and financial opportunities.
With that in mind, how would you choose where to live if your political or financial freedom at home were about to be completely snatched away?
Doug Casey: The question is, which of the world’s countries is “best”?
There are a lot of possible answers to that question, and they change over time. When my grandparents left the Old World, there was no question that the US was the best choice. I’m extremely happy they chose to move there and not act like potted plants, rooted to the soil where they were born. (like your grandfather’s old axe by the fireplace with 3 new heads and 5 new handles, it isn’t the same axe) . Paradoxically, it’s simultaneously subdividing into different cultural units. The system itself has become unstable. (there are even more serious reasons to bail, so much more serious, few are willing to stick their neck out to talk about them)http://www.southpacificrealestate.to/articles/living-southern-hemisphere-south-pacific
[Hurry Slowly] Miki Kashtan: Aliveness & Flow #hurrySlowly https://podcastaddict.com/episode/133090634 via @PodcastAddict
There is so much novel wisdom in this! This speaker puts so well what has been rumbling around in my head for the last few years, spurred on by my marooning in Mississippi, my exile from my family, and then COVID. Definitely worth listening to.
[Design Matters with Debbie Millman] Esther Perel #designMattersWithDebbieMillman https://podcastaddict.com/episode/42684543 via @PodcastAddict
Debbie talks to therapist and author Esther Perel about marriage, polyamory, and adultry.From the podcast episode
I LOVE Esther Perel. 😍💜🙂👍🧠🤯
It has been a long time since I’ve been in a regular exercise routine, especially when it comes to bodybuilding of any kind. I found that push-ups and upright presses are my favorite exercises. That is very personal, of course because my body is different from yours, and it is also temporary, because as I progress I’m sure I will move on to another exercise to fill out my situation.
I have focused mostly on my core for the last few years because my back is totally fucked up, apparently, from what orthopedists have told me. So now I am this beetle body, with a massive, muscular trunk and these tiny (relatively speaking) limbs spraying out, grappling for some action. Instead, I would like to develop some muscular shoulders to develop a frame for my body that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also helps me with my shoulder problems. My shoulders are chronically overused and under-tended to. I would like to change that. So I am trying to beef up my shoulders and it looks like military presses, or upright presses, or whatever you want to call them, are one of the solutions, as well as the bench press I guess.
Does that resonate with anybody? I would like to know if you have any advice or anecdotes to share.