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It’s a new era in music. Long gone are the days when people could make millions of dollars off of record sales. Long gone are the days when established musicians can even walk around and be discovered or even rediscovered in a small club (the same clubs that they suddenly find themselves in years later possibly still fresh from the memories of days gone by when they literally stood in midst of the hysteria of hundreds or even thousands of adoring fans who just wanted to touch them).


This has been a strange year for me and my family. It has been a year full of peaks and valleys that really are hard to fathom because I’m person that is always struggling to put things into a “context.” If you’re like me, then you might also call this search for context “destiny” or

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We live in a weird world that doesn’t always reward creativity especially if that creativity is pitted against the established formulas and categories already set into motion. It’s the primary reason why those who are trying their best not to conform to an established mold are often looked upon as strange and come across as

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A quick hit on this week’s hottest topics: The Weekly Six. If you missed out on what’s been going on this week, tune in to read about the hottest topics on the net – or at least the hottest topics to us. This is your chance to feel free to agree or disagree. And without further ado, in no particular order, behold the six!


Hunting is a somewhat controversial topic, even between fellow firearms owners. I own firearms, yet I have never been hunting. In a few weeks, however, I will be going on my first hunting trip…People have such a disconnect from their food and often completely forget that when they’re eating meat, that meat was once a living, breathing animal that had eyes, ate food, breathed, pooped, wanted to follow its biological need to reproduce, etc. The modern food system has removed any relationship consumers had with this fact, and I want to re-establish that connection between the consumer/carnivore (me) and the reality that something died so I could eat it.


A quick hit on this week’s hottest topics: The Weekly Six. If you missed out on what’s been going on this week, tune in to read about the hottest topics on the net – or at least the hottest topics to us. This is your chance to feel free to agree or disagree. And without further ado, in no particular order, behold the six!


A quick hit on this week’s hottest topics: The Weekly Six. If you missed out on what’s been going on this week, tune in to read about the hottest topics on the net – or at least the hottest topics to us. This is your chance to feel free to agree or disagree. And without further ado, in no particular order, behold the six!


A quick hit on this week’s hottest topics: The Weekly Six. If you missed out on what’s been going on this week, tune in to read about the hottest topics on the net – or at least the hottest topics to us. This is your chance to feel free to agree or disagree. And without further ado, in no particular order, behold the six!


Muse is hardly new, but certainly different. Since its inception in 1994, the trio has sold more than 10 million albums and built upon their popularity with its truthful lyrics and strange composition. But that one spacey song from two years ago led to buying Black Holes and Revelations (my personal favorite), Absolution (unusual and epic), and eventually, The Resistance (an eclectic tribute). And in those two years, my mind and body has completely opened up to a new genre of music and Muse has been my go to group for inspiration and entertainment.


A quick hit on this week’s hottest topics: The Weekly Six. If you missed out on what’s been going on this week, tune in to read about the hottest topics on the net – or at least the hottest topics to us. This is your chance to feel free to agree or disagree. And without further ado, in no particular order, behold the six!