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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

I watch TV and make t-shirts.

My wife is watching "Million Dollar Listing" on direct TV.
I absolutely hate everyone who appears on the show. Except for the girl who was hired to be a mermaid in an inane stunt to distract buyers of a 3 million dollar house from the apartment building across the street that towers over the back yard.
I always thought I was a die hard capitalist but...
The show makes me want to grab a AK-47, a jug of gasoline, few empty vodka bottles, and do some wealth redistribution.
I watched the show while helping Lulu make t-shirts. She is running a marathon and we silk-screened t-shirts for her and her team.
It all turned out pretty well. I've been worried about getting this done for quite a while. The first two screens didn't work. It has been an education experience. It is a lot harder than it looks.
In the mean time...


  1. There's one on here about expensive food. Anyone on that show deserves to have their wealth redistributed as well! Food at thousands a bite.

  2. Change the channel, guys. There's always the wildlife snuff films on the hunting channel.

  3. I am not sure what you see but capitalism is working on your site. The add for Amazon was offering T shirts. I assume their software read you blog and posted items that might be wanted by your readers.

    I would go further than Gorges. Punch the button that says power.

    Grace and peace.

  4. I'm presented with an ad for an "Algoma 7800 Ham Hanging Strap" regularly $24 now only $6.99. I'm not sure what that is but it looks like a good deal. I miss the farming videos and photos. You may need to get a GoPro to share job stuff.

  5. I ordered an Algoma 7800 Ham Hanging Strap from the affiliate ad. At $6.99 (regularly $24) it seemed like a good deal. I have no idea what it is.

  6. The ad cut off a few words. The "Ham Hanging Strap" is actually a "Hammock Hanging Strap." I'll have to send back the hams I ordered.

    1. Art: You were being mocked. It was an ad for a 'mock' ham hock hanging strap!

  7. MuddyValley: In my youth, poverty-stricken as it was, we ate a lot of mock food, compositions that were supposed to taste like something that was good. Of course the mocking extended beyond food. Life goes full circle and here it is again. Mock ham.


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