Kenneth Udut is a philosopher, engineer, scientist, and how-to-thinker who has been active online since 1988. He is also an amateur professor and a computer guy. He is best known for his Book of No Answers, his Vine videos, and his collection of Vines. He is also the President of Earth. On SoundCloud, he has several tracks, albums, and playlists. He has also spoken out about trapping and animal removal services in Naples, Florida.

Kenneth Udut is a
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I don’t think it’s mentally unhealthy. If you look at what all the people in your clusters have in common, you’ll find that we’re ALL JUST LIKE THAT in our own ways. We all have our soapboxes and pontificate. We are all wrapped up in our own projects. We’re like old men sitting in toolsheds tinkering but with reality and coming out for air sometimes.

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Many countries figure out your natural aptitudes and from there you go to college/vocational schools, all part of citizenship. In some countries it works well, like Finland. In Egypt, at least in the 80s, it sometimes worked / sometimes was a mismatch. [my mother’s ex-husband’s brother was trained to be a lawyer in Egypt but he hated it, even though he was good at it and had a cousin trained to be a cop (they train police over there unlike some countries and interestingly have different types like traffic cop which nobody takes seriously, on up, rather than “one cop for all things”). And in both – Finland and Egypt, higher education is paid for. In the USA, we have very expensive schools like Yale. My governor of Florida, Rhonda Sanchez went to Yale. It got him politically where he needed to go. But as an actual education, it was worthless.

Many countries figure out
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Two year pandemic reducing overall oil output sending prices downhill had very little to do with things. Oil companies wanting to recoup had very little to do with things. Special arrangements made after the Saudis flooded the USA with dirt cheap oil en masse to drive prices into the NEGATIVE per barrel had nothing to with anything. Nope. Jan 21st, 2021 was 90%+ of all the problem. Nothing set in motion prior had much impact.

Two year pandemic reducing
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It’s an “every classroom needs a bucket of rocks” to hurl at intruder argument all over again. Look. A whole generation of kids have grown up from kindergarten onwards with shooting-up-the-school as an acceptable solution for rage. They got random shooting drills since 1999, escalating since the “false flag operation/crisis actor/fake” shooting in Newton 10 years ago. They ask each other which one of them will be their school shooter from 4th grade onwards. Not if, but which one. They’re all grown up now and some of them are going to be teachers themselves. They will be the ones that solve this. Not us. We had our shot and keep coming up with ridiculous solutions like buckets of rocks.

 It’s an “every classroom
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James Nichols The main point I’m trying to impress here is: The intentionally vague wording is extremely dangerous for the people and powerful for the powerful. One of the first things DeSantis did was help a couple get their garden. it was lovely. Even NPR was behind it. but : “That’s the day a Florida law went into effect that nullifies local bans on vegetable gardens at residential properties.” and the thing is, they did not just nullify local bans on vegetable gardens. they nullified any restrictions at a local level for any reason, regardless of local conditions.  it was framed as a “victory for the people”. but it didn’t give any power to the people. it gave all the power to the state https://www.npr.org/2019/07/02/738131948/after-6-year-battle-florida-couple-wins-the-right-to-plant-veggies-in-front-yard

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