Thursday, February 25, 2010

A failing of blogger

I can't make a public blog with private postings. I want to write stuff down so that I can remember it without letting other people see it. I'll submit this as feed back.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

No New Job

I didn't get the job on 4th st. Oh well.

Got some response from a rinky dink organization here near Lexington that would be work. Maybe if the environment is good enough it'll make me forget that it would be a 19 thousand dollar pay cut from what I had been making.

I also got contacted by some fly by night in Des Moines for a cool job for great money. It is in Des Moines. Iowa. I think i'd need an extra 20 dollars an hour just to work there.

Friday, February 12, 2010

New job maybe

I had an interview yesterday that went well. Not stellar and I don't like how much they thanked me for going out that way cause it make me think they aren't gonna give me the job but the rest of the interview went well.

I'd be working at the corner of W Muhammad Ali Blvd and S 4th St. about two blocks away from the City Hall of Zombieville. That also means that I am working right next to the major downtown entertainment drag. That also means that I leave all my friends and family in trade of lonely life of making money with strangers.

But that was gonna happen anyway. I need to get over that.

Positive upsides. I can feel my sap rising. There is some serious crazy about to happen. I hope it is fun crazy and not shoot myself in the head crazy. Here's to chaos.

Oficially downloaded

I've moved over from my old site cause it was ridiculously haxed and unlikely to be fixed. Everything from the old site has been reposted here.

Thanks to the following website for the leg up.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Shaking with Rage

South Carolina has passed a law requiring subversives to register themselves. Kansas has pass a drug tax stamp laws (as has Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Utah). The thing about all of these laws is that they require the person to expose themselves to a "real and appreciable" risk of self-incrimination. Back in 1969 Leary v The United States showed that the Marihuana Tax Act was unconstitutional because it violated the 5th amendment.

I'm not sure that there is anything better that anyone could do with their time than to find laws like these, get arrested for them, and then prove that they need to be removed.

Also I think that making laws like these is eroding the meaning of the Constitution, thus subverting the American Government, and there for I think all the people who wrote these laws are subversives.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

100 Gallons of beer on the wall.

There is no Kentucky law superseding the federal statute stating that an individual is allowed to produce, without taxation, up to 100 gallons of beer a year.

100 gallons = 12800 ounces = 1066.667 12oz. Beers = 20.51282 12oz. beers a week.

So I am allowed to make 20ish beers a week. This is funny to me cause I usually go through about 10 to 16 beers a week. For more fun if you have more than one adult in the house you can make 200 gallons. There is no mention if that extra beer is for them. : )