I agree! I have more patience than your average elevator pitch attention deficit dolt and I know you can't elaborate complex issues into mini sound bites but throw out a few tidbits on the water to keep me hooked if you are going to take that long.
Taezzar and oldgaranddad, you all must not be familiar with Scott Adams. He does a show/talk/whatever you want to call it on Periscope daily over a cup of coffee for 20 to 40 minutes or so. It's not a news program and it isn't meant to give you a bullet point and then be done. Don't you ever sit around your kitchen table with a cup of coffee chatting with neighbors or friends? That's more what the Periscope presentation is.
I've been a fan of Dilbert for years so I love Scott Adams. He's funny.
This program was great. POTUSVSG! I love it. The media just can't deal with President Trump. It's fun to watch. And Scott Adams explains things from the persuasion point of view. Why things people would think are stupid are really great, etc.
Thanks, Goldhedge, for posting this. I haven't checked out Scott Adams on Persicope for some time and this was a good one. I will have to remember to check in on his site more often.
No, I do not, my time is more valuable than that.
My friends live far away & my neighbors are like me, we kinda keep to ourselves unless someone needs help.
My neighbors are few & far between. LOLOL
My son got a drone & took a photo from above.
I planted 300 trout that grew to 24 inches/ 7 lbs. A neighbor, up stream had a wild beaver that build a dam & it broke, flooding my pond & my trout took off like the gypsies they are. I still have nice large mouth bass. The pond is fed by several underground springs, it is alive, not a bucket of water.
Thanks Agavegirl. I tell people that I have found the place that I am happy to die in.
I have 5.1 acres. We bought it in 2000, the property was great, but, the house was a disaster.
It took me 10 years to rebuild the house. First year in it, the roof started to collapse.
We raised the walls 24 inches. We also remodeled the interior.
I remember well buying places and remodeling them while trying to live there. Anyone who attempts this has my complete admiration. There is little more exhausting than coming home from a 12 hour day only to work another 4 on the home- for weeks and months on end. I built my last home having been so thoroughly fed up with that process that I stubbornly refused to move in until it was totally completed. Not a single outlet cover missing. Just my way of saying F*** THAT.
And you're a brave man. I'm not sure what is being supported in this photo...
...but it scares me and I'm not afraid of anything.