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Everything Else / Re: Claire Wolfe hangs it up
« Last post by Boston on May 08, 2020, 02:33:59 PM »
Thank you John and Scheherazade!
It's always encouraging to hear of good effects of my work.
Writing to help others is a joy for me.

Boston


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Everything Else / Re: Looking into 2020
« Last post by Scheherazade on May 02, 2020, 02:11:19 PM »

Thank you to those who have meanwhile kept it going, especially our kind host Richard H.

Boston


"There is always a Remnant" Quote from one of the angels in This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti
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Everything Else / Re: Claire Wolfe hangs it up
« Last post by Scheherazade on May 02, 2020, 10:42:10 AM »
You've done a good job, Boston.  I thank you as well for your fine books.  They have brought light and joy to me, as I'm sure they have to many others.
Yes, thank you especially for your books. My father-in-law (who has since passed on) handed me "Bulletproof Privacy" a long time ago. Then he handed me "You and the Police." That got me started down a different road than I had taken before. I had always been somewhat freedom-minded, but that helped me begin to really understand what that meant.
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Everything Else / Re: Parody
« Last post by Scheherazade on May 02, 2020, 10:32:27 AM »
You know that's true. Stopping at Covid is a good point all on it's own.  I was kind of responding to the many cartoons I've seen painting maga hat wearers as ignorant backwoods stubble faced moronic hicks. But yeah it is a separate point. I really need to take an art class though.
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Everything Else / Re: Parody
« Last post by John on May 02, 2020, 08:22:58 AM »
another cartoon attempt
I like it!  I like them both.

I would eliminate the whole left-most part about MAGA as it detracts from the point of the cartoon.  The last item should be the covid.
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Everything Else / Re: Claire Wolfe hangs it up
« Last post by John on May 01, 2020, 08:34:16 PM »
Having been in since since 1989, and full time from 1992-2018, I can empathize with Claire.
26+ years was a long haul, especially adding in the FSW.  I've mixed feelings about it all in retrospect.
As did Claire, I also sacrificed a great deal of higher earnings in that time.

I, too, recently took a very nice consulting gig in a completely new field.  The folks I work with are Patriots and shooters, else I wouldn't be helping them. 

I haven't published any new books since 11/2017's final third volume of Modules for Manhood 3.  My non-MfM book sales are somewhat dependent upon the current level of concern with government encroachment.  My high-water mark was during Obama's first term.  I couldn't keep BGB in stock back then.  Amazon is now dicking with me and the MfM series, so I'll have to regain it some traction elsewhere.  I consider MfM1-3 my best and most important work.

I'm keen to write more books, and likely have at least one bestseller in me.  I'll begin this summer to write again.  But I'll never again let the Patriot Movement subsume my life.  I've "rowed my oar" there, and have the calluses to prove it. 

Wishing my friend and colleague Claire Wolfe the best,
Boston



You've done a good job, Boston.  I thank you as well for your fine books.  They have brought light and joy to me, as I'm sure they have to many others.

Steve Jobs may have been a CIA spook actor who faked his own death, but he had some good advice, I think, when he said in that commencement address to trust that everything will come together in the end.  All the different experiences, the talents and skills picked up along the way, your unique "talent stack" as Scott Adams of Dilbert calls it, can all come together in a magnificent synergy in the end and enable you to do work truly outstanding and meaningful, that only you can do.

As we age our minds fall apart and ambition flags, though, so the clock is ticking.

You probably still have another decade at least of great productivity, Boston Kenneth now, I guess!  Make it an awesome one!  I wish you all the best of success!
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Everything Else / Re: Looking into 2020
« Last post by John on May 01, 2020, 08:28:39 PM »
It's ironic to hear in person from FSWers that "nobody posts on the forum anymore".

When I point out that they don't post, either, they get a sheepish look.

I got burnt out on the FSW and the forum, but will try to return more often now than I have.
Thank you to those who have meanwhile kept it going, especially our kind host Richard H.

Boston

Hey, Boston!  Thanks for coming and posting.
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Everything Else / Re: Looking into 2020
« Last post by Boston on May 01, 2020, 02:56:21 PM »
It's ironic to hear in person from FSWers that "nobody posts on the forum anymore".

When I point out that they don't post, either, they get a sheepish look.

I got burnt out on the FSW and the forum, but will try to return more often now than I have.
Thank you to those who have meanwhile kept it going, especially our kind host Richard H.

Boston

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Everything Else / Re: Claire Wolfe hangs it up
« Last post by Boston on May 01, 2020, 02:52:04 PM »
Having been in since since 1989, and full time from 1992-2018, I can empathize with Claire.
26+ years was a long haul, especially adding in the FSW.  I've mixed feelings about it all in retrospect.
As did Claire, I also sacrificed a great deal of higher earnings in that time.

I, too, recently took a very nice consulting gig in a completely new field.  The folks I work with are Patriots and shooters, else I wouldn't be helping them. 

I haven't published any new books since 11/2017's final third volume of Modules for Manhood 3.  My non-MfM book sales are somewhat dependent upon the current level of concern with government encroachment.  My high-water mark was during Obama's first term.  I couldn't keep BGB in stock back then.  Amazon is now dicking with me and the MfM series, so I'll have to regain it some traction elsewhere.  I consider MfM1-3 my best and most important work.

I'm keen to write more books, and likely have at least one bestseller in me.  I'll begin this summer to write again.  But I'll never again let the Patriot Movement subsume my life.  I've "rowed my oar" there, and have the calluses to prove it. 

Wishing my friend and colleague Claire Wolfe the best,
Boston

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Everything Else / Re: Parody
« Last post by Scheherazade on April 25, 2020, 07:47:48 PM »
another cartoon attempt
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