Once Upon a Time There Was No Such Thing as Work

February 24, 2017 at 2:30 am

Why “work” was play for hunter-gatherers




In our capitalistic culture, our worth as individuals is measured by how hard we work. From a young age, we learn our value is determined by our productivity.

The only time it’s acceptable not to work is on Sundays or vacation. Even then, there’s very little rest and relaxation happening. By the time we finally unwind, it’s time to jump back into the rat race.

Kerrygold Butter Was Too Popular, So Wisconsin Outlawed It

February 21, 2017 at 8:33 pm




It’s no surprise that America’s Dairyland isn’t thrilled by the increasing popularity of a foreign competitor, but the depths to which the State of Wisconsin has stooped to outlaw Kerrygold Irish butter are outright un-American:

Smash the Clock!

February 17, 2017 at 3:56 pm

Man, our consciousness is expanding so fast right Now, I couldn’t decide whether to write about it or just experience it.

I was just lying in bed with my daughter and my cosmic husband, my twin flame, feeling like we were the holy trinity.

I felt so tempted to drift into the 5th or 6th dimension (or whatever dimension we’re in in our “dreams”) with them just Now, but I stopped myself and told myself – “no, you need to be Here now, in the third or fourth dimension (or whatever dimension it is when we are “awake” and able to feel ourselves pinching ourselves.)

Photo Showing Breast Milk Killing Harmful Bacteria Goes Viral

February 10, 2017 at 9:31 am




A photo showing droplets of breast breast milk fending off armies of harmful bacteria in Petri dishes is going viral on Facebook.

The photo, posted by a biology student in England, features nine Petri dishes completely colonized with the bacteria M. Luteus, except in the center, where tiny puddles of breast milk have created what looks like “moats” of protection around themselves.

The student, Vicky Green, said she had similar results with Petri dishes full of e.Coli and the dreaded anti-biotic resistant “super bug” MRSA.