Wow! It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything.
I’ve been busy with:

  • Home rebuild
  • Work
  • Freelancing work
  • New puppy

Anyway, soon I’ll have some things to post as far as client work updates like what I’ve learned with AngularJS for a vital client project and how awesome biscotti can be.

For now, check out Beam Me Up Biscotti for an example of some recent work and place an order! Seriously, the best biscotti I’ve ever had and Laura is a dear friend of mine.

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Photo session awesomeness

Check out this great photo session by Kina! Bonus points if you leave a comment on her blog letting her and us know what you think!

Kina does great work and you should contact her for all your photography needs. She is such a joy to work with and also a dear friend.


On Voting

“Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual — or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.” –Samuel Adams (1781)

First real banana

First real Guatemalan banana.
Legend. Wait for it.

Dary! Legendary. Soooooo good.


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Hyperinflation in Bolivia

In case you did not know what inflating the money supply will do. Like what our FED is doing with QE3… ’cause we all know that QE1 and QE2 worked so well.

The Truth behind the Muslim protests, hint: it’s not the ‘movie’

I have sudden new-found respect for Canada. +10 Canada! Well done. Doing jobs American media drones won’t do.

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Rawles on QE3

Does anyone really believe this Pollyanna pie-in-the-sky nonsense now coming from the mainstream media? With QE3, We All Win — Poor and Rich Alike. What balderdash! Let’s face facts, folks: The Federal Reserve has backed itself into a corner. They can’t do anything that will trigger higher interest rates. So the only arrow left in their quiver is monetization (“quantitative easing” is the gentler, sugar-coated name.) Their brilliant plan is to re-inflate the housing bubble by buying up $40 billion per month, indefinitely, in mortgage derivatives using make-believe money. This pure fiat “money” is coming from their Sunshine Pump. I can only ask: How long can that continue? And how long will it be until our foreign creditors demand a higher rate of return to roll over their Treasury paper? Once interest rates rise, the party will be over. We will see a credit collapse and then a collapse of the US Dollar. - SB

This is the part of the post where I say, ‘duh‘ and hope that anyone reading this wakes up to the reality of the day and helps others pull their heads from either the sand or a shady orifice.


“If you don’t do anything, nothing will change.” – Ernest Lamothe, Northern Vermonter, 1961