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Bitcoin is more than likely the NWO’s One World "global e-currency" that will lead us straight into even more heavier chains. Makes perfect sense too when you know that they want a one World government, one World religion, a one World everything. And when your slaves start realizing and catching on to the fact that the monopoly money you give them to play with only holds value because they blindly beleive it holds value, then you create a new currency and plague them with it so that your bloodlines can stay rich and powerful and the slaves can keep chasing pipe dreams. And you do it under the guise that its not a systematic currency but a currency of freedom and independence from the system! When the reality is that it’s the exact opposite of freedom and independence from the system. They can control an electronic currency WAY easier than physical currency like the dollar. And as they slowly but quickly raise the value of Bitcoin they gain more and more leverage over the world. We are living in some prophetic times and it’s going over everyone’s head just like they planned. Go read 1984 again.
“[For the Trump campaign] we did all the research, all the data, all the analytics, all the targeting, we ran all the digital campaign, the television campaign and our data informed all the strategy… Sometimes you can use proxy organizations who are already there. You feed them. They are civil society organizations… Charities or activist groups, and we use them – feed them the material and they do the work…
“We just put information into the bloodstream to the Internet and then watch it grow, give it a little push every now and again over time to watch it take shape. And so this stuff infiltrates the online community and expands but with no branding – so it’s unattributable, untrackable.”
The titanic shift from yellow cab to Uber/Lyft has had some profound outcomes for drivers who, it turns out, cannot make a living. Those who are in the worst shape are those who harnessed themselves to finance-vampires to buy now-worthless medallions. Nikita Stewart and Luis Ferre-Sadurni tell the story of a fifth driver who bet wrong, began drowning in debt and ended up drowning.
I have been having a series of sacred friendships with men in my life. It’s such a healing experience for me to become at ease with masculine energy. Developing deeper love, trust, and understanding. I’m so thankful and in love with all the men in my life who have been open, supportive, protective, tender, compassionate, and wise. Who have shown me platonic friendship and care instead of sexuality and dominance. Who allow me freedom instead of possession. Holding so much love and space for all men to grow into a space of allowing and supporting female leadership. And meeting us as we are; beings capable the same amount of fierceness and aggression and directed focus that men are. Meetings us also in fields of emotion and understanding. Allowing us to be whole and seen without our sexuality being some kind of blinding.
Going through old images of bones. These portraits were art therapy for me, as were my sculptures. I herniated four discs in the center of my spine in 2012. I used my artistic practice to express my visceral discomfort and pain and coming to terms with my own death (bodies failing/ 14 hospitalizations). These images are reflective of my dark night of the soul and plunging into the depths of my darkness and facing death as my advisor. I have been looking at death and using bones and tentacles (intestines/visceral pain) in my work as metaphor ever since. Art is an incredible way to articulate those things which cannot be spoken. Some experiences are transcendent whether beautiful or deeply disfiguring and painful and for those words fall short of what we have been through. These images are a glimpse of the resonance of the darkness I have walked, lived, witnessed; before my journey lead me to heal.
Does anyone have any funny, gross or weird outdoor kitchen stories? I’m writing for a client and I need to add a little flavor… (that pun was intended).
I’m looking for things like birds nests in grills, exploding soda cans in outdoor fridges, bears ripping up the tiki bar, stuff like that. Anyone?
How many people have got hurt at Orange theory class here? I got my neck completely hurt, lost many work hours over it, I am getting ready to move a law suit against them, after they completely screw up my neck, and the manager Krista have been trying to charge me a cancelation fee, after I brought a doctor’s ? note to them. She has the guts to tell me she is doing me a favor for not charging me 2 months!!! ARGHhh so please hit me up! ? ? ? Orangetheory Fitness Seattle-Capitol Hill Please repost!
May the fourth… be remembered.
I was 18 the year they ended the Viet Nam era draft. I spent my High School years (fall 69 through spring 73) as an anti-war activist, attending demonstrations, even in my 60k – person steel-belt town and organizing student protest at my school. All of it was spent under the shadow of the Kent state killings, May 4, 1970, 30 miles down the road from my home.
It was a time of polarization not unlike our own. White America, secure in Christianity and anti-Communism, was being challenged on every side. Civil rights tried to dissolve the sense of social ‘place’ (feminism was still a few years away…); The counterculture rejected the duties of wage-labor, taught free love, and sometimes embraced both Communism and Witchcraft. Boys looked like girls, and girls looked like…
John Wayne was pissed (google him – the Ted Nugent of his day…). People ‘over 30′ (that was true for a minute in 1970) suffered severe cognitive dissonance as their core truths were contradicted, often by their own children.
The civil rights movement had filled the streets with the disenfranchised. When more privileged classes hit the streets in numbers over the anti-war issue it felt like the edge of revolution. Hard civil disobedience and focused vandalism were frequent tactics of the mob. When the Ohio National Guard fired on angry protesters in Kent it felt, to me, like the government had chosen. Nevertheless the ‘Movement’ grew, even as ‘straight’ culture grumbled that “It should’ve been done a long time ago”. The question of ‘picking up the gun’ was not crazy talk to us then. The notion that the government might try to ‘put us in the camps’ likewise.
It is a testament to the strength of our system that none of that happened. I hope – I think – that the same will hold true in our time; that the hot feelings and clashing world-views we know now are simply the final death-throes of that white, christian, hyper-masculine, authoritarian America we despised so thoroughly when we lay together in the grass in 1971, wondering whether the troops would come marching, and what we would do.
I always post this song. It was censored from juke-boxes in my Ohio neighborhoods during my school years.
OK… so… In our time, is there a human cultural commonwealth? Is there a body of knowledge, art and artifacts that belong to everyone, to be taken, used and reiterated at will?
I think there must be, but, what’s in it?
Science, surely. The Greek and Latin of physics and biology, the notation of mathematics. Engineering, as an extension, though we bump right up against intellectual property at the end of that.
Some religions, I think – the ones that hope to provide a universal method for all peoples – Christianity, Islam and Buddhism are the big ones there.
Art and design are where we start to worry about appropriation, I suppose.
Is Euro Orchestral music part of the planetary heritage now? Is the Blues? West-African rhythms? Which great cross-cultural pillars of Asian cultures might be on the list? The I Ching? (If the Bible is…) ‘Yoga’? Hinduism rejects exclusivity in theory, but manifests ethnically in practice.
What qualifies a motif or item as commonwealth? Does commercial sale by the originating culture? Is anime the property only of its inventors? Is Karate?