Thursday, January 31, 2008

American Acts of Jed

Crime is on the rise and times are getting weird with the Gov'ment wanting to flow our money back to us in order to prime the economy pump. I think the cash would be better spent somewhere in the education or health care system in real dollars per person not some whacked out program that has a crew of over paid council members and directors. Example, if $1000 dollars were given to each public educated primary (k-12) aged student with the money managed directly by their teachers they might be inspired to take the kids to some event, arrange an inspiring trip, hire/acquire additional resources or visit a distant exhibit to prime their young minds. All the while stimulating the economy providing said goods and services. Many young people do not get to go anywhere besides their neighborhood and if they could be shown first hand, the world, a different place from their despair for a week they might find inspiration to learn and dream. Something other than handing money out to citizens who's only choice in the market place are imported shiny doo-dads. I feel that if I had a extra few hundred dollars that it would help for a very short time to boost my expenses of living indoors and all would return to struggle the next month.

Hunter S. Thompson said in one of his novels "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro", I like that quote way too much. Pondering on the hush money the federales are offering, I have found the most American way to spend it. Buy an American made firearm from a local dealer. Nothing could be more American in the exercising of rights and buying power. If things go well in the future and I don't need the thing, I'll trade it in for some Chinese made gee-gaws. While things are unsettled I might find myself in a battle for resources where someone thinks they can take from me what they want because I seem defenseless. I will surprise them and have a capable weapon I am comfortable using, plenty of ammunition, practice, and be a ready American. Read up on the safest way to store my defense tool, learn how it works, how to take it apart, how to put it together, how to clean it and keep it working well, I will make it a hobby.

They have been telling me terrorist are everywhere for too many years now for me not to listen and be ready to not make matters worse.

:: posted by Tennessee Jed, 8:23 PM | link | 4 comments |

Monday, January 21, 2008

Jed's inoculation proposal

I am thinking we need to print up a few billion dollars to develop a vaccine for this as soon as possible. The circle circle dot dot method has been used until recent times, but we must develop a broader spectrum of drugs to battle this childhood pandemic.

I know I don't normally post about this type of medical issue, but I feel the need to not make matters worse.
:: posted by Tennessee Jed, 6:23 PM | link | 3 comments |

Thursday, January 10, 2008

God is back

God Almighty! is back and taking questions.

:: posted by Tennessee Jed, 6:23 PM | link | 3 comments |

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

New Year Prophet Obvious Jed

Happy new year folks, my beloved guests. I am increasingly amazed at the opportunity the internet has provided common people like myself to hold captive your interest.

This year I find myself wanting to read more on national conspiracies or at least peoples suspicions of all things American (or anti-American, if that is your viewpoint). We are a nation of laws, perhaps too many laws for me to understand and I think that is wrong. I say this because I know that ignorance of the law is never an excuse when you inadvertently break one. As a prophet of the obvious and full time wage slave I would have to devote more hours than are available on the clock to the study of the laws of the land to be a proper law abiding citizen. That is wrong, too many things are legislated that don't really need to be. I hope this year you won't think I subscribe to all the conspiracy theories I exhibit here, but I think it is fun to see.

Ladies and Gentlemen our national anthem to start the year out right.

Remember things are rarely what they seem and Jed is going to be watching the man behind the curtain close this year. I don't expect any of the items I search to change things. There are a few things that come to mind that are historic conspiracy suspects, but nothing ever comes of them, so we go forward in time without real answers.

As you know my schtick is to strive to not make matters worse, so I will continue that as I hope to point to more disturbing ideas.
:: posted by Tennessee Jed, 9:23 PM | link | 2 comments |