The website linked below was created by James Edmunds for his friends Ed and Anne Minvielle. Homing pigeons are popular with that group. I met Anne when she was still called Anne Baquet. She was my supervisor at The Times of Acadiana in Lafayette for a short while when I was in college around 1980. Our Loft This is Anne: There were other shady players … Continue reading Communication Via Homing Pigeons
Now the whole world gets to join me in lockdown. It’s not so bad when you’re not alone. The Italians are having fun and posting their balcony performances online. The Chinese are posting videos of people falling to their deaths trying to escape from their balconies. It makes them stop and consider how much Communism sucks, judging by the translations that I did. Today I’m … Continue reading Crossing the Red Line: Yeltsin and Xi
The time has come to put an end to slavery. The kind of slave that I am is the Content Creator Slave. The technology exists now that would enable Content Creators to earn money according to the traffic we generate, but on the Internet Slave Plantation this doesn’t actually happen in many cases. Ideally, there could be a way for the Content Creator to choose … Continue reading Content Creator Slave
Strange that I recieved a comment from someone who obviously had not read anything that I’ve written, other than my short introduction about Acadian History. My ancestors did not arrive from Nova Scotia and the entire story is fake history. I’ve pinpointed the culprits who have spread this fake history and they consistently show themselves to be all wrapped up in child trafficking. The two … Continue reading Cajun Brands, Blue Springs Water and American Towers
Corona Virus Timeline Suggests that the event was planned and prepared for, but perhaps the shipping and airline shutdown was not part of the plan. It seems that Americans were expected to be the one’s getting sick, and/or begging for the Chinese made junk that’s suddenly been denied us. The Chinese also were targeted and in the end, all the pension funds would belong to the … Continue reading Timeline of Events 201
Survival is at Stake The latest tally shows that total government spending and activity constitutes roughly 52% of the US economy. The total Federal government deficit is now around 106% of GDP, doubled in twenty years. GDP doesn’t actually represent productivity so much as money and credit turnover. What is actually being produced when we pay fines and bail bonds? GDP includes increased spending on … Continue reading Open Borders Everywhere Except Between America and Russia: Why?