Hey. It’s currently 4:28 AM. I just finished up my night shift with baby Concord and am about to hit the hay while Mama Michelle takes over until noon. But I can’t sleep. Because I’ve been thinking about you. I want to add as much value to your life as possible.
They say one should explore different points-of-view but I figure I get all the bases covered in what you write; carry on, Sir!
Pffft, 383? Those are rookie numbers! "Gotta pump those numbers up!"
(I was going to post a screencap showing my 1023 ADHD fuelled drafts in here but I guess we can't on Substack)
Keep up the good stuff Jared
Every time a liberation movement advocates buying W, W becomes harder to buy due to imperial crackdown. What are we to do. I don't want to state what W is as I want to buy stuff when it is easy to buy.
What would happen to Amazon if all its workers unionized or went on a strike? What would Greedyboy (aka Bezos) do?
what shifted the needle for you on crypto from 'unsustainable planet-destroying inequality-exacerbating ponzi scheme' to 'viable tool for citizens to resist state-backed fiat currency'?
Good on you to ask for feedback! Please enter the following search term in your DuckDuckGo browser; “prageru electoral college video” and let us know if you learned anything useful about the reason the founders chose to have an electoral college. Keep up the good work, raising the next generation, and feeding the present generation with thoughtful content.
One of your articles gave me an idea for an electronic barter system that would eliminate the need for money and be immune to inflation. A record of services/goods/labor are kept for each user and a net “debit/credit” of “labor hours (value varies per profession)” is tied to each users account. I have several pages of brainstorming if you care to put this together or use in an article.
Crypto and Banks? It's my poor opinion that high street banks will vanish and Crypto will take over. Your opinion Jared?
This asking for feedback is a good start. Your articles are often thought-provoking, so why not provide the space for those thoughts to be expressed and discussed, by adding commentary to your postings. If you want to avoid some of the usual problems of internet fora then screen the incoming comments and only post the ones that actually enrich the discourse. (That gives you a participating readership vying to contribute something worth including.) The other reason to do this is that when you post the type of material that you do, but without providing a channel for feedback, it comes off like you are only interested in what you have to say., i.e pompous or big-headed.