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It’s been the strangest year for investing I have known during my time as an investor.   After the initial shock of the crash in March, I was reeling and toying with the idea of never buying stock again, but as I have written previously, I am somewhat addicted. 862 more words

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Monday - Three Things

  1. $.49. That was our electric bill for last month (May, 2020, for the calendar impaired): forty-nine cents. To break it down, we used $14.99 worth of electricity, and we were paid $14.50 for our solar panel energy.
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6/28 Organizing

This weeks Tuesday’s with Tucker was all about Utilities. I spent a morning with Bryce Gustafson from Indiana Citizens Action Coalition. If you don’t know much about the CAC just know they are a utility watchdog group that has been the only entity in this state looking out for consumer interest for the last 45 years. 371 more words


COVID-19 exposes rural broadband disparities

As published in the McComb Enterprise-Journal on June 27, 2020

PDF: COVID exposes broadband disparities

As the COVID-19 shutdowns sent most of us home, a substantial number of people in rural America found themselves denied what many people in cities and towns take for granted—reliable access to high-speed internet. 678 more words



WinDirStat produces a list of folder sizes sorted by size and a bubble map where large concentrations of files are readily identifiable. This makes it easy to free disc space on an unfamiliar system. 27 more words


Understatements by a Corrupted Society

Finding out new explanations, to understatements in which “we” have made trough/from corrupted societal spaces ON (A Planetary Formation/Body).

New norms, in avenues of choices by which we make, day in and day out. 1,607 more words

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P-Town Scenes

Normally, I’d be in Provincetown this weekend for their annual film festival; I’ve missed it only twice in the last fifteen years. I’ve gone to P-Town in Winter, Autumn and Spring, but Father’s Day weekend (falling near the Summer Solstice) always means… 597 more words

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