We're coming into your home to keep you safe. We will kidnap your children to keep them safe. We're better than Hitler. We being the globalists and others. But we can always try to stop those tyrants. Bill Till.
But in some places, some bars are having their business licenses yanked. So, why do we give government too much power? So, this mirrors what happened, what King George was doing to America and George Washington was watching this as they attacked good lumber in the 1700's and now the red coats are still around in different coats but yet the tyrants are always out there. So, the next test is will you continue to do business even as dictators try to take away your business licenses?
Social Distancing Hats
Helicopter hats for helicopter moms and dads.
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But Data Wanted To Be Human
All timestamps are generally in Pacific Standard Time (PST) or Pacific Daylight Time (PDT), unless otherwise noted.
Continued from Sunday Night.
The Amazing Lucas
Chris, I need a warhead, Oh no baby, you need me.
12:19 AM - Started feeling slightly better. Started feeling the pain Sunday around 08:00 PM. I talked about it yesterday. It got worse and worse until maybe 11:30 PM. That might have been the peak. It is now declining I think. I am guessing that I will feel better by 08:00 AM.
Patent The Sun
I hate patents. There should be no patents on anything because if you can patent one thing, then who decides whether or not you could patent the sun?
I look at copyright like I look at vaccines, that is to say they are both hypothetically supplemental and also practically dangerous.
I saw you comment on the post about patenting the sun. To clarify, I'm not against patents, copyrights, trademarks, alleged intellectual property, etc, etc, in theory, but that is where I draw the line, as it partly comes down to how centralized powers enforce patents, etc. That gives that patent stamp a lot of power.
Tangible vs Internet
If you want to copyright a DVD for example, I would argue that digital copies of the content on the DVD is not the DVD. Why? Because a copy is not the same thing as an original. If you record a movie in a theater, one of the problems would be if you violated theater rules. So, if that was my theater, then it is my private property and I could perhaps ask you to leave. But I should not delete what you recorded. I should not take your phone or camera because that would be theft.
If I watch that boot-leg movie, then I should not be thrown in jail because I didn't create it. Now technically, if I give you money for it, then a lawyer could perhaps argue that I am aiding in a crime or something.
I am passionate about this subjective. Like I said, I hate copyright. I can talk all day about all of this. If you can copyright one thing, then what stops them from having a brain phone or Bill Gates vaccine tattoo with nano bots spy and record your thoughts in order to then copyright your thoughts and to ban you and imprison you for hate thoughts and thought crimes?
Copyright is a dangerous thing. I don't mind having copyright as a thing in some ways but I don't want governments to criminalize alleged copyright violations. I want government to get smaller. I want less laws, less taxes, less regulations. Copyright could sometimes have good intent and yet still have lasting effects years down the road. It is a slippery slope that is so dangerous as copyright and other things gives governments more and more power gradually.
01:28 AM - Still having pain. Perhaps it went up or I was distracted earlier.
Cripple may drown at sea. Ranar gave away his gold, jewels, etc, to random folk. They go to seek revenge on England in boats but run into a storm that the mother had a vision of.
Answers in Genesis
02:26 PM - 03:21 PM - Continued listening to Answers in Genesis while taking a nap. Now, feeling a little better. Going to sleep now.
Sleep until 11:25 AM. Feeling a little better now.
We're coming into your home to keep you safe. We will kidnap your children to keep them safe. We're better than Hitler. We being the globalists and others. But we can always try to stop those tyrants.
Michael Tyler that might be my dad after drinking beer, if he was part yoda and part lucky charm. The name, Wealdstone Raider, reminds me of Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Last Ark.
Outdated Dad Jokes
Tale Bakken, i hope i am not making dad jokes at the age of 35.... i know about pop culture from like 20 years ago.... so what i say might be somewhat outdated as i don't really pay attention to everything now
You might be a fan of Pink Floyd. I love Another Brick on the Wall. I know that was the 1970's. I love the 1980's as I was born in it. That was the decade Michael Jackson rose in fame apart from his brothers. That decade was amazing for pop culture in general.
In Maryland at a bar, they have people in these baby walkers but for adults. They look like bubble people. They look like Wall-E people.
12:40 PM - 04:00 PM - We went off to wild bill between mountains or hills. An Indian man. Did I tell you that I love Indians? I started drawing them when I was as young as like six years old in 1991. So, today, I till a rectangle area like 30 feet by like eight feet. Something like that. Wet mud grass land. Short grass. Shovelled over some fertilizer from our house on over onto a pile near the new garden. There was a big tree by his house. Now a stump. Like 50 feet tall or something like a 100 year old tree. Afterwards, we sprayed the tiller machine. My shoes are falling apart. I need to look up how to make or get shoes that can last 40 years as opposed to just a few months like some sneakers last. Sprayed my shoes and took them off. Put on my $10 brown sneakers that I got at Goodwill in like maybe 2018 I think. Got the mail. Oh, one from our church. Do we live near a port of Shelton? Did I grow up near a port of Forest Grove I wonder. Well, next to tracks yeah. But here near an airport, are there tracks here? I am not sure. Maybe. I like Indians. I like dinosaurs. Muddy. Sticky. Got a bottle of water. Happy with the work today he was. From others, maybe not so much and might not say a word. Yeah, good man then.
Helicopter hats for helicopter moms and dads.
Men Not That Hot
Some men may say they are hotter than they really are. Some men may sometimes think or say that some women like them or whatever the case might be. It happens when a person is reflecting what they want, meaning they end up turning a window into a mirror when they look at a person, they want to see whatever they want to see as opposed to what is really there, and part of it may have something to do with arrogance, pride.
Centralization vs Decentralization
You would rather Facebook and the CIA spy on you? Would you rather your ISP and DNS spy on you? Do you prefer centralization over decentralization? It seems that you hate decentralization and that you want monopolies and tech cartels.
Police came to a gym that was opening after the Covid Lockdown of 2020 in New Jersey, today or some days ago. The cop said they were inviolation of the the ruling or something that the governor or whoever had, "But with that said, have a nice day," and the police officers walked away.
But in some places, some bars are having their business licenses yanked. So, why do we give government too much power? So, this mirrors what happened, what King George was doing to America and George Washington was watching this as they attacked good lumber in the 1700's and now the red coats are still around in different coats but yet the tyrants are always out there. So, the next test is will you continue to do business even as dictators try to take away your business licenses.
To get freedom, many people must stand up and take the risk of being thrown in jail and everything. That is how change happens. We don't have to ask for permission from the government to have a free market.
The Rubin Report
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Mike Rowe (star of "Dirty Jobs" and "Somebody's Gotta Do It,") about risk assessment and the effects of the lockdowns. Mike discusses our safety obsessed culture and the unintended consequences of putting safety first above all other things. Mike gives examples of how extreme safety increases reckless behavior and decreases personal responsibility. Mike thinks a better idea to help public health and safety is to put more attention to risk management strategies while getting back to living our normal lives. Mike discusses why he originally did Dirty Jobs as a tribute to essential workers that were often overlooked. Mike also discusses the damage done by the government putting us into categories of essential and non-essential workers. He criticizes politicians and others who devalue work and see it as just something we do for a paycheck. Mike thinks this demeaning of how people make a living overlooks the sense of purpose we get through our jobs. Finally Mike talks about how COVID-19 will permanently change many aspects of our lives. He thinks the pandemic has already revealed college and higher education to be an overpriced luxury credentialing system. He hopes that this will cause us to rethink how we structure education in the US.
Is Bill Gates using Covid as an attempt, a mechanism, as he tries to chip the world, pun intended, to chip us and to chip away at our freedoms? Of course as he fits the MO, the Motive Objectiive.
Helped with making the bed.
1969 - Around this time, mom got the living room TV desk from Skip who had it from something. Mom was just telling me this. The desk was already at home in the living room growing up, since I was born in 1985. I put the desk in my room during high school and it is now here in Shelton. Mom was saying it was built pretty strong unlike some things that can be more cheap. This desk may not be totally real with pure wood but it is pretty strong.
Before venturing to Vietnam, I was living in Hawaii. Was born in 1985 in Forest Grove, Oregon. Visited Seattle at the age of three. Visited California when I was seven. Went on a Mission Trip to Idaho. After High School, moved to New York. Went on a mission trip to Quebec in Canada. After that, lived in West Virginia. After that, lived in Boring. After that, Hawaii. After that, Portland. Visited Long Beach and Scotts Valley. Moved back to Forest Grove. Would hang out in Vancouver, WA. Taught English in Vietnam. After five years in Asia, I finally reunited with my motherland. Went back to working landscaping with my dad in my hometown, FG. Moved to Shelton. Visited Vancouver, BC.
This post attempts to highlight some of the places I've lived at or visited in my life. I'll try to keep this post updated annually. Click on the links for more information concerning some of the places I've traveled to.
My Top Ten Places as of Right Now
This post is incomplete. The travel timeline log below is chronological but not thorough with every single place I've ever been to each year. Instead, I've only listed major places in this general outline here. But in the future, I may add more details. I may even add posts focusing on particular decades or even individual years. Particularly, I may even spell out the different cities and villages I visited in Vietnam for example.
Red Letter Media
The Amazing Lucas
Answers in Genesis
The Rubin Report
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you are a bit of a drama queen and you love to soak your face in oatmeal
Sally Carl said she could take me to a house church on Friday.