Mar 21, 2017 Ep 53 Next-gen internet, modern comms, its security & yours
Today we cover next generation communication, dealing with bug invasions & about curiosity in the corn. We’ve also got more gerrymandering, but why are people so appalled this time? Then we look into the internet, modern communications and how you can protect yourself.
We get into topics plaguing you in your daily life from a practical direction. No need to listen to an endless loop of radicals. The major network tout insane rhetoric, but have no solutions. They drone on about things which you have no control over and simply raise your blood pressure. Let’s find solutions we can live with!
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Pig of the day: Black Iberian Pig
- Bug invasion & getting rid of the little monsters
- Some curiosity about moving a corn field into disrepair, just for fun
- Gerrymandering in TX
- Univ. Arizona doing some amazing things w/ corn genetics
- Future of the internet & protecting yourself:
Modern Communications, the next-gen internet, and the ways you can secure yourself from the bad guys.
We’re all tired of the do nothing SJWs, the various departments of making you sad, and the blue hairs ruining our lives. Nobody cares about your freedom more than you. We’re banding together to repeal & replace HOAs. We aim to protect and grow freedom by Building 1 community at a time.
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