Thursday, July 23, 2015

I am the King

I am the King.jpg

Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Dear People Who Live in Fancy Tiny Houses

Dear People Who Live in Fancy Tiny Houses



I love Tiny Houses/Tiny Homes actually. The ones that don't live on wheels. This article by Lauren Modery really brings a down to earth perspective to the movement. Its short and its funny. Please read. ESPECIALLY if you are into tiny houses!

Sunday, July 05, 2015

Thought this was funny.. Not the news posts, just the presentation format...

Found on TwinCities.com newspaper 7/5/15

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Diamond Mines - Crater of Diamonds State Park

-- And unlike other diamond-bearing sites, our park policy is "finders, keepers." Any diamonds, semi-precious stones, rocks, or minerals you unearth are yours to keep, regardless of their value.

Crater of Diamonds State Park: Visitor Finds 8.52-Carat Diamond in Arkansas Park, Officials Say
Park officials said Wednesday that Bobbie Oskarson of Longmont, Colo., discovered the white diamond, the fifth largest diamond found by a visitor since the state park was established in 1972.


Diamond Mines - Crater of Diamonds State Park

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Basset Park Playlist NOW on Spotify!

Remember Basset Park days? The cars, the beer, the open trunks? The other stuff?

Click the link below to listen to Basset Park on Spotify:
http://open.spotify.com/user/rebootsdamachin/playlist/2NvRIySrsedaidyMGt0dQk

its a playlist that you can add to!

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Whistleblowers wanted | Dr. William Davis

Whistleblowers wanted | Dr. William Davis



Whistleblower



We know, for instance, that the Glia-alpha 9 sequence, absent from traditional wheat, can be found in virtually all modern wheat. This is likely the explanation underlying the four-fold increase in celiac disease over the past 50 years, since Glia-alpha 9 predictably triggers the immune reaction that leads to the intestinal destruction characteristic of celiac disease.



But modern wheat also stimulates appetite . . . not a little, but a lot. The introduction of modern high-yield, semi-dwarf wheat was accompanied by an abrupt increase in calorie consumption of 440 calories per day, 365 days per year. This is because modern gliadin in wheat is an opiate. But this opiate doesn’t cause a “high” like heroine; it causes appetite stimulation.