This year I'm vowing to write more. Some of the the topics I'm debating on writing include:
- The American, A story about me flying to Pyongyang in violation of the Logan Act and befriending Kim Jung Un. We later fly to Beijing together.
- Could Donald Trump win the Noble Peace Prize?
- Why I hate Christianity as it stands (no commitment, no fasting)
- I shoulda been a frat boy.
- Glitter Bomb cure owned by the M.
- Giving up alcohol for 2018.
I'm not so worried about our country as the people in our country. You throw a frog in boiling water, and it'll hop out. You put the frog in first and then put the pot to boil and pretty soon you'll have frog legs.
Roy Moore, Roy Moore, Roy Moore. You may have been watching the liberal media and learned Alabama has one candidate who enjoyed pursuing younger women "with the permission of their mom" while he was in his 30s.
As Republicans across the country try and get Moore to step aside, they are forgetting that there is another candidate on the ballot. Doug Jones is a radical moderate and has been making great progress is getting elected as the campaign is less than one month away. He will be the first Democrat elected since Richard Shelby was elected in 1986, before switching to the Republican side in 1994.
Doug Jones is currently leading in some polls. He has been gaining traction and finding the endorsement of many Republicans across the state.
Why isn't the media covering this more? They seemed to be obsessed with a suspected pedophile instead of focusing on an opposition rapidly gaining momentum.
Did you know I hate grocery stores? I have long been an advocate for a new food-centered paradigm than our current brick and box mentality. Grocery shopping is the one thing we still have in common with our post WWII ancestors.
I hate participating. Furthermore, government systems like Food stamps exacerbate the issue that the grocery-store-business-model is niche at best in the 21st Century.
Soon, Amazon Fresh will dominate the market. As they move to revenue stream that's meal-plan dominant, all I can do is watch. My business plan of Brussels Sprouts is coming to fruition..albeit with a different name.
Anyone remember my Brussels Sprouts days? What a brilliant business plan. I was out there for sure.
Anyway, I moved past all that and now focusing on streamlining my nutritional intake. As grocery stores and truthfully healthy cooking don't jive with me at this season of my life, I decided to go big on my bet that Soylent will be better than what I need.
As I've yet to give up caffeine, I ordered the caffeinated version and uncaffeinated version of Soylent, a meal replacement company with aims on changing how we digest food. I've been a big fan for a long time, but just now am at a point in my life to truly focus on what I'm consuming.
I've always envied pets. They eat the same thing all the time and they don't complain for the most part. I can have the pallet of a pet for a few weeks. Who knows, this may be permanent.
I will be documenting how I feel during this time. Note: I will be leaving on a mission trip to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts so my diet will be of a mixed variety.
Nope, no more trips to the grocery store for me for a while. Hallelujah.