Tag: libertarian

  • Writer’s Way #3

    Writer’s Way #3

    Written on Sat Nov 9 2019 at 10:06 AM PST 2021 Chris is doing much better. Writer’s way is a challenge to write non-stop for 3 pages. I am doing this as many days as possible during the month of November. Alrighty then! What to write about today? What will my brain dump upon the […]

  • Why I’m Vegan

    Why I’m Vegan

    The other day a friend asked me, “why are you vegan?” This isn’t a question I’ve been asked recently, and my reasons for my diet have evolved over the years. I thought I’d go into depth about why this is. It’s kind of a long story! It started in my late twenties, when I was […]

  • Voluntaryism is wishful and full of hope

    In a YouTube video comment, Cody Heimbach said: Volunatryism, or I suppose the idea of it, seems to be the ultimate goal. Every person looking after one another in a collective society of like-minded people who are free from tyranny and oppression; this would be the ultimate achievement. However, to live in such a utopia, […]

  • Rant: Voting

    “Who are you voting for? Choose the lesser of two evils BAHAHA!” That’s like asking me if I’d like the soup with vomit, or the soup with flies. I WANT NEITHER! I’ll make my own soup, thanks very much. Anyway, this post isn’t about choosing a system based on peaceful voluntary interaction, it’s about voting, […]

  • Thank you for electing me president.

    Thank you for electing me president.

    Thank you for electing me as President of the United States. Now that I’m in power, I’d like to recognize some wrongdoings in recent history. I think someone made a mistake on whitehouse.org and mislabeled, “THE PUBLIC SERVANTS” as “THE ADMINISTRATION.” Sorry about that, I’ll have that fixed ASAP. Hmm, you know what? That might […]

  • Bitcoin Q&A October 2015

    Bitcoin Q&A October 2015

    BitCoin can turn sour in a split second, where is the tangibility…? (link) The tangibility is in the physical goods you can buy with it, or converting it to your local currency. Sites like btcjam where you can do worldwide micro loans. Many lenders chip in a small amount in bitcoin, borrowers cash out to […]

  • Installing OpenBazaar Beta on Ubuntu (Early October 2015)

    I’ve been super stoked about OpenBazaar from when I first saw video presentations in 2013 teasing about it. As a freedom lover, I’m huge into cryptocurrencies and peer to peer, decentralized software. I’ve been a long time user of eBay, and have never been happy with it or paypal. Should it deliver on it’s promises, […]

  • Hi

    I’m just gunna write random stuff cuz I’m feeling weird. I bought an electric longboard with a bitcoin loan. I’m into IPFS right now, I think it’ll change the web in a great way. I want to learn Golang so I can read IPFS code. Also I think it’ll be good if I use Go […]

  • Non-violent, free market solutions to today’s problems

    Some points were brought up in the comments of a libertarian youtube video with the goal of dissolving government: Are you against taxes in general or just federal taxes? Local taxes keep the community functioning. What form of government will you replace the existing government with? What about national security and social security? The following […]

  • Trusting the Electric Vehicle

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoQsAB4rR5Q So I want an EV. I love Tesla Motors but I’m also interested in the DIY scene. I’ve seen some really cool electric vehicle conversions on youtube. A BMW M3 (which went on to set a record on Pike’s Peak) and a VW Beetle. The Beetle was the project that really got me interested […]

  • My Pomplamoose Seattle Experience

    I bought my ticket months ago, and the concert day really snuck up on me. I was almost going to not go, and work on an arduino project instead, but I was like, “If I skip it I will regret it” so I packed a backpack full of water bottles and started driving. I stopped […]