Category Archives: Sustaining the Past

From Europe: A perspective on U.S. gun and ammo sales.

Last year I made a major change in my life. Although I have held citizenship other than U.S. for decades, I reached the point that I felt I needed to completely offshore business operations and move to a friendlier clime. … Continue reading

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A Few on RealJock

A few guys on RealJock.com commented on my post of the home for sale in North Fulton that has both a baseball diamond and a football field.  After a careful look I just do not like the home.  The build … Continue reading

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8.6 Miles; 19 Minutes

As if I do not have anything else to do, I’m home shopping once again.  This all came to pass when a most wonderful foreign company came along and offered me a few dollars for a 5,032 acre piece of … Continue reading

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The Obamanoids

There is one thing I know for certain.  The Obamanoids — the liberal worshippers of Barry Obama — are not going to tell you the effects of the Obama Administrations actions and policies, even if they know.  The Neo-Socialist Elite immediately … Continue reading

Posted in Capitalism: Making Money, Economic Sustainability via a Global Footprint, Global Business, Imperial Liberal Decline, Lie-berals, Little Ole' Me, Obama, Real Estate Development, Social Welfare, Sustaining the Past | Leave a comment

Farm Operations

It is with great pleasure that I have arrived at the day that I can say virtually 100% of my U.S. based farm operations have been moved into 501(c)(3) corporations.  Based upon the world’s current political trends it seemed appropriate … Continue reading

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