Tonight, I’ve been out antagonizing the people of 2016…

“How was your year? What areas rocked? What is an even better picture for 2017?”

I met one drifter from Nebraska on the street and gave him $5.

Then, I started challenging him on his own outlooks for the New Year even though he is currently far removed from getting home to a warm family and home.

…he threatened me because he thought I was making fun of him..

“No man, I’m not trying to laugh at your circumstances,” I said, “you rolled a tough shake…

…but that doesn’t negate my question of seeking your best out-come in a brand new year of existence.

What’s the big dream? What’s the optimal outcome for living better in this fresh revolution around the sun?”

Taking stake of the current scenario and making it better is an ongoing phenomenon no matter where you
are at currently.

For example, I can beat the fuck out of 9/10 football opponents, but should I be happy with that?

Hell no. I gotta beat 9.8/10.0 competitors in 2017.

Does it matter to anyone else?

No, but it is a personal goal that can make 2017 better than 2016. It’s a tangible goal to test my own personal willpower.


Belief in Human Impact

Some might believe that God might solve environmental issues of the planet…

…but I’m of the mindset that God has given us a garden of Eden …

…and even though we’ve taken a full bite of the apple of knowledge..

…God won’t cast us from utopia again if we work together and utilize our knowledge to make Eden again.

…but we gotta use the wisdom of millenniums to survive and thrive from our violent and stupid past.


MN Vikings: 0 odds


MN Vikings are statistically out of the running for this year’s Super Bowl 2016 season.

..but that’s no reason why to give up hope. There’s still time on the clock…

In fact, Pheng and I came up with various scenarios where the Vikings might be able to still pull it off…




My personal favorite was Pheng’s strategy (3) Weather Giants.

If Weather Giants show up, nobody will even notice who goes to the Super Bowl.

Goal: harvest low-hanging fruit


On the road trip to Wisco last night, I pondered why we haven’t taken great ideas from our smart folks and scientific knowledge base and applied it to the betterment of humanity?

Short answer: 20th century culture.

Example: “sustainable” is a word politicians of the 20th century use to talk strictly about economics…and not the concept of “sustainably” optimizing the reality of environment/living/working.

Example of “low-hanging fruit” for a sustainable economy:

1. Renewable/clean energy that doesn’t require invasion.
2. jobs that help keep the planet pure.
3. Jobs that benefit future humanity.
4. Jobs that pay for the creativity of a species.