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daylight savings

Sure is a shame about the hour I am losing this weekend. It was the one I intended to spend worshiping our government. While there is even a .gov website describing circadian rhythms, other than the governments of Arizona and Hawaii, the rest of the governments within the USofA seem to be clueless about it. I’ll put it in simple terms even a legislator can comprehend: Messing with our clocks messes us up. The ONLY purpose it serves is to twice every year demonstrate governmental control over our daily lives. It COSTS the economy money. It kills hundreds of people every year. And, most importantly, It pisses me off. One year I skipped it… for a while. It was tedious, […]

ignorance is a choice

I have not seen a better introduction to our air than this one. Look up. It is happening in your sky too. Deny if you wish. You have to work at ignoring it. Learn if you can. Give me back BLUE SKIES, please. This short video is far better than the snapshots and video clips I have quite frequently been taking [and publishing] of the Bitterroot skies. I just don’t understand ignoring something that is every day over your head going on endlessly. The denial-gene is strong in some, I suppose. BLUE SKIES are now a rarity – an event to be celebrated. They used to be what we had – 5 out of 7 pretty days between storms. Now […]

Diary of a snow shoveler

probable location – North East This tale pops up from time to time. It is descriptive of a pattern familiar to those of us in snow country. It is also exaggerated in the extreme. Nevertheless, if you have lived a winter, or several with four genuine, distinct seasons, you will empathize. If you haven’t, it really does go a bit like this. – Ted December 8 – 6:00 PM It started to snow. The first snow of the season and the wife and I took our cocktails and sat for hours by the window watching the huge soft flakes drift down from heaven. It looked like a Grandma Moses Print. So romantic we felt like newlyweds again. I love […]

great news

You likely have heard of Wikileaks’ Vault 7 data release. This is much like what Edward Snowden did a few years back. Of course lamestream media and the rulers are ducking, bobbing and weaving as fast as they can, but truth is a harsh master, and can be merciless to the liars. This particular news show gets all stars possible for covering the current picture, what the information released means, the context of it, and explaining it in accessible terms. It is a great way to catch up if you haven’t been following the “Vault 7” story since it exploded. Included is a wonderful interview with John McAfee who explains in understandable terms the who, what and how of the […]

Bitterroot River 10-second video

I am upgrading my Postcard from Conner photos to a short video clip that brings the motion and sound of the river to you. As a bit of an experiment, I just hand-held my camera to make this short loop. If you put it on continuous play, you get a sense of what it is like just standing by the river daydreaming. [jwplayer mediaid=”11078″][jwplayer mediaid=”11078″] 10 second, 33.4 megabyte clip

post card from Conner

Warm spring-like, rainy and sunny weather had made all but the drifts of snow disappear. Overnight last night that changed in a big way with about 4 inches of fresh, light, fluffy powder. Picture perfect opportunity not to be missed. Hey, what is all this stuff? Conner Cabin front yard (note bird in upper left) The Bitterroot Dwarf Penguin(American Dipper to some) Conner Cabin back side Conner riverside trailhead The Honeymoon Cabin […]

certified olive oil

I am proud that I do not unquestioningly accept pronouncements from OFFICIALS. But the University of California, Davis olive oil story broadcast all over the lamestream and Internet media sucked me in. I hate to admit I was faked out by the fake story on fake olive oil, 🙁 but am happy to publish the other side. 🙂 Once you read the information on the graphics below, you will distrust Davis too. The good news is that you can trust olive oil that carries the North America Olive Oil Association label. I received the following very polite e-mail about my republishing of the UC Davis story: ———– Hi Ted, I noticed your recent article on olive oil brands falsely […]

big rocks

I have posted this many years ago at It deserves regular consideration. In case you haven’t seen it, or thought about it recently, Here it is. One day a time management expert was speaking to a group of business students and, to drive home a point, used an illustration I’m sure those students will never forget. After we share it with you, we hope you’ll never forget it either. As this man stood in front of the group of high-powered over achievers, he said, “Okay, time for a quiz.” Then he pulled out a one-gallon, wide-mouthed mason jar and set it on a table in front of him. He produced about a dozen fist-sized rocks and carefully placed […]

war is a racket

The USofA has been at war 234 out of 241 years since 1776. 900 military bases in 153 countries is not fighting for your freedom IT IS AN EMPIRE It is not your empire. It is not our empire. “I spent 33 years in the Marines. Most of my time being a high-class muscle man for big business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer for capitalism. I helped purify Nicaragua for the international banking house of Brown Brothers in 1909-1912. I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Haiti and Cuba […]

Bitterroot River morning

Just a pleasant diversion in a world that is not always this pretty. I recommend you turn your sound up a bit and put this on full screen for a minute.

warming up

After a few weeks of afternoon temperatures well above freezing, the ice is finally gone from our driveway and roads. That enabled me to get my bicycle out of the shed and take it for it’s first ride of the year. The tires had given up a little air over the winter. I didn’t even bother to refill. They weren’t low enough to cause any harm, just increase their rolling resistance. Said another way, I had to pedal harder and couldn’t go as fast as I would be able to were they properly inflated. No loss at all. The point was to spend TIME outside and to push the pedals for exercise. Neither distance traveled nor speed of travel were […]

empty stroller walk

There are opinions, and there are facts. While “I THINK …” often precedes an honest expression of sincere opinion, it should not be confused with real world experiences. Robert De Niro was shocked when half of the independent film makers at a festival he co-organized threatened to boycott over the showing of an independent film. He pulled the controversial film rather than have the festival crash. TODAY had him on their show during that festival hoping for good footage of him attacking VAXXED. What he delivered instead had them fidgeting in their chairs. Oops. This boycott is unprecedented. It is organized, orchestrated. I will find out who and what is behind it. He is now co-sponsoring a $100,000 prize for […]

good news on Internet censorship

On February 25th, I published on Google and friends trying to censor Natural News (see: information war). The former slid such a long ways from socially inspired geeks into ruling elite slime partners. I suppose it was inevitable that their success, widespread respect and popularity would attract the worst of humanity and their big bucks Johns. Still, I am saddened by the gross decline. On a personal level it is a bit more poignant because a research firm one of my daughters worked for was vacuumed up by the Google conglomerate, turning her into a Google employee. I would be proud were she aware of her owners’ integrity decline, but she is unfortunately ignorant. So I have to watch […]