Yeah, I’ve broken a few mirrors too. I think most of us have at one point or another. Imagine the guy who works in a mirror factory. I’m sure that there are plenty of accidents there. Everyone who works there must have some terrible luck.
The cost of living has certainly gone way up. Things seem to be a lot more expensive than they used to be. But in my opinion, it’s not that the price has simply gone up. What’s happened is the Fed has tried to print their way out of debt, and the abundance of money has lowered it’s value by a substantial amount. As a result, the dollar is no longer able to buy as much as it used to. It’s lost so much purchasing power that you have to give up more of them to get what fewer of them used to buy.
It’s just a different way to look at it. As opposed to prices going up, the value of the dollar has gone down. The items we buy still have basically the same value, give or take.
I thought COB and Jeff were the same person. There’s something about the way he writes that sticks out to me. I remember one time he wrote that when he dies, he wants to be buried at the base of a big tree, no casket or embalming fluid, just all natural, so he can return to the earth from where he came. And that stuck with me because I wanted the same thing. I never told him that, but I thought it was really cool that he felt that way. I remember saying that to someone years ago. I think I even saved his post in my e-mail when he said that. It’s nice to know that I’m not the only one who thought of that. But not yet. I hope he doesn’t get that wish for many years. I hope he’s ok.
I remember trying to respond to that post, and when I got to the page, there was nothing to respond to. His post was gone. I don’t know what happened. It’s weird. That post is a few months old now. I only saved it because I liked what he said.
Anyway, I hope you are doing well. Even though things can get tough, sometimes when you push your way through it, you come out the other side in much better shape. In the long run, it’s worth it.
I’ve never found an arrow head before. What area is this in? Are you somewhere in the southwest? I don’t want you to give up any private information, I was just wondering what general area you’re in. I’m from CT. The Constitution state. Ain’t that a joke. This state is infested with liberals and democrats who wipe their ass with the Constitution. They banned “assault weapons” after Sandy Hook. But it won’t change anything. It’s nothing but a false sense of security for all the snowflakes. But it’s not as bad as far as getting a pistol permit. Not like New York or New Jersey, where you just can’t get a pistol permit without giving the government a really good reason, and then they have to approve your reason.
But it’s not for a lack of effort. They sure are trying.
Ok, I think this post is long enough. I’ve pretty much given you my life’s story. Sorry for writing so much. And if you hear from COB, tell him I said hi.
The prevalence of single mothers as primary caregiver is a part of traditional parenting trends between mothers and fathers. Data supports these claims, showing that in comparison to men, women are doing more than two-thirds of all child caring and in some cases one hundred percent.  Of approximately 12 million single-parent homes in 2015, more than 80 percent were headed by single mothers.  This disproportionate statistic has been well- documented in multiple country contexts all around the world.  The United States Census Bureau found that today, one in four children under the age of 18, a total of million are being raised without a father at all.  Women all around the world have been perpetually socialized to adhere to traditional gender roles that place the majority of responsibility for childcare upon them.