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The good thing about working where I do is that our normal shift is three- twelve hour days per week. I managed to get the schedule worked, so that I had to work the first three days of the week and the last three days of this week. I refused to work overtime these two weeks. That left me with a continuous eight days scheduled off. I used those eight days to travel to Maine for some fishing.

I have a cabin up there. I keep a boat and some supplies up there. So I went fishing. My wife and in-laws left two weeks before I flew up to join them. We caught bass, pickerel, white perch, yellow perch, and chub. We threw everything back. The fishing up there is incredible. If you aren’t catching a fish every couple of minutes, you need to check your line to see if it’s baited.

The weather was a nice escape from Florida’s oppressive July heat. It was 20+ degrees cooler the entire time we were there. There is a lack of technology in the entire state, and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’s tough to get any internet there by cell, and even hardline based is slow and unreliable across the entire state, with the exception of the southeast part of the state.

Maine’s future doesn’t look good. I have been fishing there each summer for a decade, and I can see that the cities on the coast are being filled with refugees from the liberal cities of the northeast, especially Boston and New York City. They just made all plastic bags illegal, the cities of Maine are papered and painted in the new rainbow flags, and the laws are slipping to the left. The inland counties hate it. The people I talked to up there don’t want it, but the coastal cities are driving a hard run to the left.

The inland areas are still using plastic bags, still not dying their hair blue, and are resisting, but that won’t last long.

Now it’s time to go back to work.

5 replies on “Back again”

I wonder if the people cheering no more plastic bags realize how many of the products they buy are encased in much thicker plastic.

Blue cities vs. rural red “rest of the state” is the next conflict. Cities vs. “flyover country.”

The same contrast is everywhere in Florida, Georgia, New York (state) – everywhere.

I live not too far from where you fished. It is a great place to live if you can handle extreme weather in the winter. Up here in northern Maine is a far different place than southern Maine. It ought not to be one state; too vastly different cultures.

if (more like when) shtf and you make it to the cabin, it will be open season for the ones that make it your way…

The upcoming fight will be cities vs. rural areas

This is because the military cost of policy enforcement goes down with increasing people density. Out in the country, wizards (computer nerds) can surround their houses with an enchanted forest of little computer gadgets stuck in trees, which produce area denial by monitoring all that moves through it. One day it will be time to send out the flying monkeys.

Tell me, what percentage of the energy, water, and food cities use is produced by the city? When was the last time you found a household manufactured good marked Made in Los Angeles?

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