It was 23 years ago and I, an intrepid, determined young man, wanted to prove to the middle aged baby boomer interviewing me that I was indeed the best man for the internship "job." I had perfect grades, truly did have the determination for the job, and perhaps (what was in hindsight the biggest qualifier) I was supporting myself and didn't rely on mumsie and poopsie to support me.
And so there I sat, answering questions the slightly rotund, middle ... Captain Capitalism
Sept. 28, 2017, 7:12 p.m.
The Ole Captain has returned home and will get back into his groove after chasing down some errands and doing a couple chores. Ended up coming up with a ton of new posts and deeper thought pieces, but it was nearly impossible to write while adventuring out west. I wanted to thank Cynical Libertarian and Adam Piggott for covering me and if you haven't already, you may want to check out their sites.
In total I drove over 4,000 miles, hiked over 100, and was gone precisely one month to the day. I cannot ... Captain Capitalism
Sept. 27, 2017, 5:45 p.m.
Adam Piggott and The Great One Himself sit in for Cappy as he needs to take a break from podcasting and fly back home from Vegas. Learn about Irish Spring, hot field hockey Dutch chicks, the crappy weather in Holland, and MORE as these two kind gentlemen fill in for the Captain.
You all know Alex, he's on his fall hiring (and selling) spree as the kiddies in college finally realize that "oh wait, I have to study" and the fun times are all of the sudden not so fun anymore. Anyway, if you have a laptop and can write or you're willing to tolerate a tedious posting of jobs to the internet, you can make a little coin that will hopefully cover any spell of unemployment...or if you live in Cambodia, cover your rent! His message is below:
As many of you may know, we have been expanding our ... Captain Capitalism
Sept. 19, 2017, 2:51 a.m.
Hollywood's, and particularly, Stephen Colbert's obsession with Trump blinds them to the fact that America views them first and foremost for entertainment. And when all you know is "slam Trump/slam Republicans," after 12 years of that schtick, it gets mighty tiresome and people tune out.
Of course, this is merely belying the fact Hollywood and the likes of Colbert really have no talent, innovation, or anything new to offer the American public. Just like most of today's artists, they suck, and then use leftist political messages in their paintings, sculptures, poetry, and architecture to obscure this fact.
Long day today where I visited both the Colorado and Utah sides of Dinosaur National Monument. The Colorado side has the actual town of "Dinosaur" in it, though no dinosaur bones have been found. But Harper's Corner or Lookout provided some of the best views of this trip so far.
The Utah side of the park is very pretty, but is most known for a gold mine of dinosaur fossils that you can take a shuttle to see which are preserved in the original stone where they were found (the pictures does not do their size justice).
Saw this come up on my blogroll feed, but Roosh exemplifies an irony most young (and old) women do not understand about non-feminist, non-leftist, traditional men.
They're not your enemy.
Matter of fact, men advocating traditionalism (or heck) merely pointing out biological reality, are actually better friends and allies to women than most feminists are. And it has nothing to do with ideology, politics, philosophy, or some newly discovered epiphany.
It's merely that they're speaking the truth.
The good news is that I'm past the point of caring whether young women waste their lives or ... Captain Capitalism
Sept. 14, 2017, 3 p.m.
Telluride, btw, is oozing pretentious assholes. I cannot emphasize enough how you should NEVER visit that place unless you want to see rich trust-funders, old hippies (with "EBT Accepted here!" at the farmer's market) and makeup-less women. I snapped some pictures, turned around, and headed back out to the parts of Colorado where people work for a living.
The dog at the bottom was worthless, but completely lovable.