May 23, 2017 Ep 97 Read through legislation, a crap storm of legal jargon

We look into how to read through legislation, because it’s usually a giant crap storm of legal jargon that nobody but an attorney can understand. Some thoughts on parenting, why science isn’t so reliable & another take on Net neutrality. 

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  • Homestead animal of the Day: Australorps Chicken.
  • Crypto-currency market
    • Transfer your currency quick and cheap over at Chengelly.com & support the show while doing it.
  • Do you like your privacy? Me too, so get a VPN like me & protect your data.
  • More crap in California, some good with the bad.
    • Some ideas on how to read through legislation.
  • Be careful buying into “science” full on, it’s not always accurate or up to date. And it turns out that it can be bought, who would have thought it??? The Radium Girls are a great example.
  • 12 Prohibitions of parenting, a great article and some important thoughts on parenting.

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