Part I: Governance as Technology Part II: Company Towns Part III: The Skeptics Part IV: Citizens as Shareholders Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central and South America. It has the highest murder rate in the world, almost […]
Very interesting multipart video about a new type of city and city governance model in Honduras (which, as you may know, is a basket-case). It sure does look like a pretty place.
Homeless in Lakewood, New Jersey have created a tent city in the woods, complete with a church, chickens and a piano. (March 26, 2013)
I usually wander around a lot, on the internet, during my day. On this subject (of homeless people) I'd already heard about the underground storm drainage system in Las Vegas (I'm going to look for videos on that later today) but I thought I'd Google 'tent cities' first....and this video is what I found.
You know, I think in many ways these people aren't so bad off. Some of them, based on the perspective on life they express here, I think have a very valuable kind of wisdom and I hope the Lord will bless them until He comes (which will be very soon from the way things are developing lately).
We've all handed our camera over to a stranger for them to take our picture, only to be severely disappointed by the result. But fortunately, Redditor EMDX--or Marc Dufour to his friends--has a solution.
You know, if I was going to get into the network marketing business, this company would definately be on my short-list. The only disadvantage I have is that I'm not married and this company is very 'home' and 'family' oriented. But still, they're young, motivated by a very distinct mission and have in a relatively short period of time gottem well up-in-the-air and created a lot of successful home-based businesses.
I'm actually writing an article related to them right now and I think I found the information I was looking for on this video. Espcially interesting on this video is the later part of it where one of the founders of the company, CEO Billy Glynn speaks. He has some very interesting things to say and I'd suggest you listen.
If you're married, and especially if you've got kids or plan on having any soon, I think Healthy Home Club (AKA: Mommy's Club) would be a great choice.
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I've seen this before and maybe I even posted it. But it's still funny. It's amazing how these people seem the be thinking, "Weeeelll, it's weird, but......maybe.." And the first guy. He has to ask several times to be sure what Jack is really saying. Jack looks just like one of those hospital guys though, doesn't he?
I said I would...here's a video about the LasVegas underground. You can tell that these people, just a few years ago, were pretty much as normal as you or me. One thing that I believe about life....it's like playing Backgammon. Your whole life can sometimes change on just one throw of the dice. Or it can change so gradually that you don't notice it. Either way, it's often unnoticeable until it's too late to get out of it.
Yeah...well..... certainly something new to me. Aside from the fact that this little lady is cute, she's also got really pretty fingers and she does her eyes very well. Also she's got great camera persona..... connects very well, IMHO. I wonder if she can Bachata?
New Video: http://youtu.be/Z623DzPJNjE Most people can hold their breath for forty seconds, Tanya Streeter can hold her breath for over six minutes. Diving t...
Good video illustrating grass-roots activism. In this case, Pastor Manning is right. Big Business is taking over Harlem and those people, regardless of color, who've lived there all their lives, will be cast out and rejected. I hope Pastor Manning's plans meet with success.
An onslaught of immigrants are at the southern border. Washington's fighting over it and American taxpayers are paying for it. The families and tens of thous...
Check out the chef guy. For somebody who might accurately be called a 'pot-head' (which I have nothing against, mind you!) I'd say the he's pretty alert to the inference in the subtle comment the reporter makes at the end. I'd say he's pretty alert.
This guy Scott lives in Bangkok and sorta has a 'Dear Abbey' site for guys who want various kinds of information about Thailand and, of course, the women. The problem he talks about here is a little more entertaining than most of the other inquiries he gets... mostly because it's more dangerous.
I've spent some time in Thailand so I know what he's talking about. And he's also 'right on' with what he says about relationships with women. 99.999% of the time it's a crap-shoot at best. You always pay one way or the other. Being in a cross-cultural situation like this just makes the outcome even more uncertain.