Monthly Archives: December 2020

Melanie: One Who Burns 1000 Ships

One of the biggest curses of not having a classical education and an open mind is that you are years behind in your studies. You find yourself hearing a quote that makes no sense while some p*ssy history teacher revels … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading, Listening to, And Concerned About

Reading: Jerry @ Men of Grit talks about seven lessons to being mentally strong. The examples and discussion were great. I suggest reading and taking notes. Listening: Tex speaks about doubt and fear. I have often benefited from his wisdom … Continue reading

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The FreeMatt in Review: 12-14 to 12-18

You are given many options. Don’t be a sheep. Study and weigh them. In the meantime, check out this week’s FreeMatt in Review Cowards Led By A Coward: History Remembers The Brave I speak about the story of the 47 … Continue reading

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Junction of An Asshole and A Libertarian: Business Proceeds

In my inbox, I receive a ton of emails from various companies touting their virtues. My eyes get burned when I see promises from their companies of being made of all recycled products, portions of their proceeds helping the cause … Continue reading

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Unnatural Enemies of Liberty: Prohibitionists

December 17th struck me as one of those days that I would struggle to find a tie in with the concept of liberty, but it poked out when I dug into my information. In 1895, The Anti-Saloon League of America … Continue reading

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The Matters w/ Matt: The 8 Year Festering Wound

Every Wednesday, I never fail to be disgusted with advice columns. I am unsure why they still get paid to do what they do. As always, I am in awe when it comes to awful examples like Dear Prudence and Ask Amy. The … Continue reading

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Cigars and Clyde May: Pleasant Departures

After driving through a largely quiet downtown area, I pulled up to an empty street at my cigar club. I dragged myself through the beautiful wrought iron doors and pleasantly lit insides. I walk inside to see the owner “Mr. … Continue reading

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Cowards Led By A Coward: History Remembers The Brave

Starting off the day not enjoying the aftermath of cold dampness; I continued on a sour path. I had dropped my writing notes and was struggling to find today’s subject. Instead of completely pissing away the opportunity, I found a … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading, Listening to, And Concerned About

Reading: Ransomed Heart Philosopher sings the praises of sarcasm and its place in our lives. https://rhphilosopher.wordpress.com/2020/11/30/walk-much-dumbass/ Listening: Jon Rennie joined up with CWO Brian Browne (founder of Sailors and Sticks Podcast) (episode #0047) talks about the philosophy of leadership. As … Continue reading

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The FreeMatt in Review: 12-7 to 12-11

Waking up to a shitshow and tomorrow’s shitshow is different. In the meantime, check out this week’s FreeMatt in Review Navy Story: Dirtbag Sailor I share with you the story about that one person I regret meeting in the Navy. … Continue reading

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