Category: Philosophy

BitCoin’s Bloody Battles!

By the time you read this, most of your friends will either be greedily buying up more BitCoin than they can afford, or be spitting out pieces of their own teeth covered in blood after the financial curb-stomping they’ve taken and are desperately trying to sell off their BitCoin.

For everyone asking me for a quick tutorial on learning BitCoin fast, I don’t have one. What I have for you here is a complete map of what you need to learn, the long way. Continue reading

Penniless Wealth!

I surround myself with friends who regularly and reliably raise the bar on my being able to conceive of and discuss complex issues; today I woke up to be confronted by Brother Dave armed with an excellent Thought Project!

To paraphrase what he proposed: “Because people can become wealthy with money that belongs to no one’s government, can we gain more than we lose as citizens?” Continue reading

Race Riots: What Some Black-Americans Can Learn From All Racist Police & Racist Organizations!

Being a Liberal does not mean being nice!
Being persecuted does not mean anyone cares!
Not learning the tactics of your organized, racist, pro-active enemies is why you will lose to them!
No preamble.

Dr. Kim Came Ready!

When I threw down the challenge and demanded that Dr. Kim sit down and make a case against my preference for Girls and not Women, she showed up ready willing and able!

Dr. Kim is her name, but her sobriquet is what rings out in the halls of academia:  The Thought Reframer.  We came ready for a war of words!   Listen up! ->

40/40 Vision: A Retrospective.

At 40 years old  I am putting forward the lessons and wisdom that have brought me success, so that I don’t lose sight of them! Looking at life with 40/40 vision ->

Musashi Taught Me That Japanese Wood Is The Same.

Miyamoto Musashi (宮本 武蔵, c. 1584 – June 13, 1645), was born Shinmen Takezō, then also went on to become called Miyamoto Bennosuke, and also by his Buddhist name Niten Dōraku.  In the year 1644, he penned what is the one and the only primer that a man: preparing for the hot war of open and honest violence, the cold-hearted subterfuge of corporate warfare, the battlefield of modern-day social dynamics, or simply focusing on how to become a better man will ever need.

Collectively, there are several books that can accomplish the same goal, but they are loose branches strewn on the ground. Musashi offers us the entire tree, chopped, bundled, bathed in oil, and ready to be set alight.
Musashi, codifying sucess since 1644! ->