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My definition of government: those who serve themselves while robbing the common people via the Unholy Trinity (see below)…

Thoughts on the first two weeks of living in the moneylender’s van: anyone who says this is cheaper than renting the least expensive bachelor suite one can find is simply lying to you. I’ve said right from the get-go of this recent movement that it is more cultural manipulation my the usual suspects of bad governance; the bad economics of usury; and the corporate sociopaths who have hi-jacked ‘civilization’…aka— the legacy of the Rothschild/Rockefeller sucker-punch of usury mixed with petroleum—a toxic cocktail indeed. Okay, that’s the ugly and THEY ARE promoting this type of homelessness while they continue their ‘’theft of the earth’ that they’ve been up to for millennia (see Miles Mathis)…

The Bad: you have to keep very close to the van and that’s true even if it’s alarmed and mine is. So, in a sense, you are married to the vehicle. Obviously, there isn’t a hell of a lot of room so it rivals the Japanese ‘coffin suites’ for size.

The Good: Yes, it’s an amazing feeling waking up in different places and seeing new sights as you make your way to wherever one decides to go. The campfires are great! I have the option of setting up my tent and that’s great, too. The food 100% tastes better out here! And the STARS! I can see the stars again! I think I’ve seen some dodgy shit up there, too…but couldn’t be certain. It’s pretty easy to stay clean via lakes, rivers, and on this excursion a waterfall pool—I’ve never felt cleaner.

I’m getting used to the cell phone internet and hope to adjust to the annoying quirks of not being able to turn on the computer and surf—things take time to set up and the connection and speed can be annoying.

I’ve got the basics of the van all set-up: the bed, a DC cooler, and a traditional ice cooler. A variety of inverters for keeping things charged. Candlelight adds a fine nostalgic touch to the experience.

So there are two more major operations needed here: more power which means trying to figure out how to charge two 6-volt batteries— so I”m not constantly relying on the starter battery, and a heat source. Both are not cheap and I’ll do what I can this year given that I’ll be back into some kind of rental unit for the winter.

Again, and just a reminder for those new to this blog: bad governance via COVID pretty well destroyed my little and local painting business where I managed to survive and now I have to attempt to go MOBILE with my trade service and go to wherever I can find work. So I’ll just drive to any job I can get and stay in that community until the job is finished (so no daily commuting)…That’s the plan anyway.

The Bad: you have to keep very close to the van and that’s true even if it’s alarmed and mine is. So, in a sense, you are married to the vehicle. Obviously, there isn’t a hell of a lot of room so it rivals the Japanese ‘coffin suites’ for size.

The Good: Yes, it’s an amazing feeling waking up in different places and seeing new sights as you make your way to wherever one decides to go. The campfires are great! I have the option of setting up my tent and that’s great, too. The food 100% tastes better out here! And the STARS! I can see the stars again! I think I’ve seen some dodgy shit up there, too…but couldn’t be certain. It’s pretty easy to stay clean via lakes, rivers, and on this excursion a waterfall pool—I’ve never felt cleaner.

I’m getting used to the cell phone internet and hope to adjust to the annoying quirks of not being able to turn on the computer and surf—things take time to set up and the connection and speed can be annoying.

I’ve got the basics of the van all set-up: the bed, a DC cooler, and a traditional ice cooler. A variety of inverters for keeping things charged. Candlelight adds a fine nostalgic touch to the experience.

So there are two more major operations needed here: more power which means trying to figure out how to charge two 6-volt batteries— so I”m not constantly relying on the starter battery, and a heat source. Both are not cheap and I’ll do what I can this year given that I’ll be back into some kind of rental unit for the winter.

Again, and just a reminder for those new to this blog: bad governance via COVID pretty well destroyed my little and local painting business where I managed to survive and now I have to attempt to go MOBILE with my trade service and go to wherever I can find work. So I’ll just drive to any job I can get and stay in that community until the job is finished (so no daily commuting)…That’s the plan anyway.

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