Monthly Archives: March 2012

Martial Law in the USA

Greece and Michigan foreshadow other sections of the USA and Europe during the next 10 years. According to The Center for Media and Democracy: The week of April 10-16 saw the layoff of every public school teacher in Detroit, and … Continue reading

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A Memoir of the Falklands/Malvinas War

If you’re not convinced that all governments are evil, then read the amazing Falklands/Malvinas War memoir, A very dirty war: British soldiers shot dead by enemy troops waving the white flag and Argentinian prisoners bayoneted in cold blood. An ex-Para … Continue reading

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Start-Up Chile Tossed into Shark Tank

Two investors from Shark Tank, the most capitalist show on television, critiqued the business plans of Start-Up Chile participants trint.me and Spy Games. The former is sure to fail, investor Mark Cuban explains, squandering $40K of Chilean government money, because … Continue reading

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Windsurfing in Chile

Chilean Summer from Klaas Voget on Vimeo. Great video, action, scenery, and music. Related post: Why Tech Investors Enjoy Kitesurfing More Than Golf

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A Bike Trailer for Your Best Friend

I met a guy in Scottsdale the other day taking his dog for a ride on a DoggyRide trailer. The manufacturer says: DoggyRide is since 2003 the pioneer in dog bike trailers and in some markets the term has become … Continue reading

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