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This is an interesting trend and the first time I have seen a noticeable list of top YouTube channels migrate to a new platform revenue stream. Due to a complete lack of transparency, there has been a lot of frustration with YouTube regarding revenue potential. I think this is a good trend and it will … Continue reading Why YouTube will be forced to change
Both movies involve a sniper. Both movies are about protagonists championed by Americans. Coincidentally, one film was released during the week of the other film's protagonist's birthday. One protagonist worked tirelessly to promote the Civil Rights of oppressed and marginalized Americans through Peace. Never backing down in protecting the freedom and safety of those Americans and … Continue reading Which Movie Did Americans Support?
If you're going to get behind building a replica of an ark, then get behind the Canadian effort to build a life-size replica of the USS Starship Enterprise. This is of course from a country with a sizable, but waning, population of people who claim to be Jedi Knights. If you think this is just … Continue reading Crowd Funding the USS Enterprise
Michael Pollan is often quoted in his book In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto where recommends: Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants. This video provides some solid evidence of why nutritional diversity is key in absorbing the greatest amount of nutrients your food has to offer. The evidence is quite clear that some foods … Continue reading Nutritional Diversity to Fight Inflammation
There's really not much I have to add here other than to just say watch the video. The VW Bus, or Kombi as the rest of the world knows it, is a global icon. And the pioneer that made mini-vans cool...
“Things break all the time. Glass and dishes and fingernails. Cars and contracts and potato chips. You can break a record, a horse, a dollar. You can break the ice. There are coffee breaks and lunch breaks and prison breaks. Day breaks, waves break, voices break. Chains can be broken. So can silence, and fever... … Continue reading Like Coins in a Pocket
The brain seems to work in some very random ways at times. I say "the brain" because we don't actually know where our thoughts come from. And the level of success you achieve at getting things done is largely dependent on your ability to dismiss those random thoughts. Friday morning a random thought slipped past … Continue reading Finding Pete Seeger