This a Part 3 in a series of articles in which I answer a listener's questions. Part 1 which includes these questions can be found here. In the last post of this series, I tackled the question raised by Jake stating what we would do with all of the people who would be affected by... Continue Reading →
The Cost of Jobs & Stability
This article is a response to the first set of questions which I received from a podcast listener. It can be found here. These questions are about government, the current state of affairs in the U.S. & what could happen if we moved towards being a freer society by shrinking the size and scope of government. His other questions about the FED, Interest rates and the political process will be talked about in future articles. First I must say Jake's questions are very legitimate, great questions! Questions,... Continue Reading →
A Fair Argument for the Status Quo. How Could You Change it Anyway?
I received this message recently from Jake who is the Brother of my friend and Podcast mate, Comedian, Pat Oates. He was responding to a comment I made on this week's episode of the Pat Oates is Sad Podcast episode 193 referencing my feelings about our current form of government. The way I feel about... Continue Reading →
Net Neutrality, Both Sides Stink!
I am NOT a fan of cable companies. Their customer service is generally terrible. (I will say though that every "Cable Guy or Gal" I've ever dealt with were super cool.) I am referring mostly to the experiences I've had on the phone as well as stories I've hear about people visiting their service centers. ... Continue Reading →
Danger!! Do NOT Buy Bitcoin rn.
Has Brandon gone mad?! DON'T buy Bitcoin?? This is the short version of how I came to the conclusion that buying gold may be (as I write this in early December 2017) a better idea than buying Bitcoin. From what I am seeing on social media many people would most likely disagree with me on... Continue Reading →
Graham Hancock’s recent Podcast Appearances
Graham Hancock has many skills & achievements, but it's the publishing of his new book: "Magicians of the Gods" (Sequel to his 1995 book "Fingerprints of the Gods") which has sent him on a whirlwind promotional tour in the United States making him the guest on many recent podcasts. Hancock's appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience... Continue Reading →
It has certainly been awhile since I have posted on my blog. I would like to say sorry to everyone who has been holding their breath while waiting for my next post. Since you are probably all dead now from lack of oxygen, my only hope is this post will reach you in the next... Continue Reading →
Don’t Blame Obama, You are doing it wrong.
This is a comment I left under an article which was talking about Obama being caught in another lie. All the comments were bashing Obama so I wrote this to explain why blaming Obama is wrong. It's good to be angry, but focus that anger in the correct direction. Guys please don't focus your anger... Continue Reading →
Can You Really Make a Difference
I often hear people ask, myself included, "Can one person really make a difference in this messed up world?" They say: "There are so many issues and problems... What can I do that will make any difference at all?" And "What can one person do?" At many points in my life I have pondered these... Continue Reading →
The Dave Chappelle Debackle in Hartford CT
I was at the show and I don't think the blame can be squarely placed on the crowd or Chappelle. It was about 70% crowd 30% Chappelle fault wise. People who are quick to blame the comedian don't realize how tough it is to try to talk over people and there was a constant barrage... Continue Reading →