Monthly Archives: October 2021

What I’m Reading, Listening to, and Concerned about

Reading: Didact, because I chose to. Haven’t listened to the episode yet but he often makes for a good podcast. Didactic Mind, Ep 86: The Call to Arms Listening: ALS speaks about broken attachment. It has great takeaways and is … Continue reading

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FreeMatt In Review: 10-25 to 10-29

Idiots are idiots because they destroy any monuments, but then bemoan the dead space. Until then, this is the FreeMatt in Review Covid Boiling Over Point The modern world is on the cusp of having enough of the ‘Rona. I … Continue reading

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Inauthentic Attraction Will Not Make You Whole

I am generally not one to be stimulated by the vast majority of articles that I read off of the internet. The tripe runs thick but often lacks substance or much journalistic value. But I found something with a few … Continue reading

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Covid Boiling Over Point

I hurried back to the hotel after a long day, after someone re-wrote our schedule for unbelievable reasons. It had been a long but decent day. I was scheduled to meet up with a few friends for dinner. One of … Continue reading

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

Reading: Our friend at Opium Tales talks about friends and why you have to let a few out of your life. Listening: Jon Rennie teams up with Adam Best from Veterans In The Wild for a great video podcast. Additional … Continue reading

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FreeMatt in Review: 10-18 to 10-22

That weird feeling when you get to see the boiling over point and it doesn’t. Until then, this is the FreeMatt in Review Where Modern Medicine Fails Us… The medical industry and lobby has screwed over our ability to deal … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Want The Government Banning Porn

During my upbringing, many people I knew mentioned that they had always thought their government officials were supposed to be moral arbiters or at least a selection of what the community’s moral outlook was. The vast majority of our politicians … Continue reading

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Loving The Moment: Tim Tomashek

During my travels during the regular wrestling season, I ran into all sorts of athletes. On occasion, we had hypebeasts. We had some guys that would find their spot in the sun, but never have the records or experience to … Continue reading

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Where Modern Medicine Fails Us…

(Based on a comment left on someone else’s post) H/T to Gunner, link at bottom of page I have a history of getting cricks in my neck and knots in my back. It happens from nightmares and exercising, weird positioning … Continue reading

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

Reading: TW Hicks talks about relationships and how your world should be your world. Listening: AL Smith talks about attachment and how it effects your life Additional Listening: Rob From Jersey compares/contrasts modern athletes and ancient warriors. Additional Reading: Jon … Continue reading

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