The Future of Energy (is in the hands of the people who gave you big pharma, war for oil, the war on drugs, and other big misses).

by Liam Scheff for the Robert Scott Bell Show. The future of energy is not in your hands – but it should be! On today’s show (3/27/16), I’ll tell you why planting food trees in your town is a better bet than waiting for big government plans for “next generation energy.” I’m digging into the […]

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Does CO2 cause Global … Everything? (Or, Water for PEOPLE, Not Cows)

by Liam Scheff California’s drought has kept me up for days reading about water use. I’ve learned what I already knew – and it’s the reason I stopped eating big animals 24 years ago. A number rising to half of all California’s water goes to cows. And it’s more than that, because you’re not just […]

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Be prepared to grow food: This Moment In Oil and Cultural Decline

By Liam Scheff Realities and predictions: Energy, water and food are all on the decline. With the imminent surrender of California to “reality” (aka, it’s a desert, everybody, and it always was!), food in the U.S. is about to become very expensive – give it months to a year. As an exodus from California pushes […]

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Water Crash and Cannibal California

It’s Liam with a message of… disaster! It’s Collapsifornication! California has a year of water left, says NASA, at current usage rates. The rationing, price-hikes, price-gouging, ruination of livelihoods, businesses and economies begins now! Get there early for a front seat: it’s collapse, everyone. That’s the starting bell! Don’t miss a second of the carnage. […]

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Sensual Lessons – A Review Of “The Truth About Love” by Joan Shenton

The “Truth About Love” by Liam Scheff Review by Joan Shenton You’ll enjoy this book if you read it slowly because the best sex is taken slowly and this is a minutely detailed romp, which occasionally breaks into a sweaty canter, through an amended history of the author’s love-life (he readily admits that the book […]

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A Welcome Voyeur – A Review of “The Truth About Love”

by April Boden, Truther Talk and Aydan’s Road to Recovery ‘The Truth About Love’ is a funny, sexy, heartwarming and introspective look at what else… love. It starts by following the life of young, sympathetic artist, Will, who has just moved to Boston while leaving behind heartbreak in California. Though ‘the one who got away’, […]

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Our Sex-Shaming Culture

Our sex-shaming culture gets its marching orders directly from one place: The Bible. Specifically, the Old Testament (which informs the New Testament, so don’t feel superior, Jesus people). The “Bible” emerges from the warring herding cultures of the ancient Near East. Women in herding cultures were property, and the roles for men were predefined and […]

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Judeo-Christianity-Islam vs. Taoism

Judeo-Christianity-Islam: You are the subject slave of Gods. Taoism: You are the universe pretending to be you. Christianity: 1. Directs you to believe that a vengeful murderous mountain deity (Yahweh/Jehovah) promised a very specific group of desert-dwelling people at a specific point in time that they were “chosen” among all humans by him to receive […]

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One Pump Away from Zombie-Land

by Liam Scheff The drought in California is noticeable as soon as you step outside your apartment; the air is dusty, the air at a distance is a brown cloud, the earth is pure dryness; the soil yellow-brown, the leaves look like they’re holding their breath for a hard rain and turning slightly dingy in […]

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Natural Culture?

Our culture is built on the notion that two people must be everything to each other: Sexually, socially, psychologically, physically, therapeutically, monetarily, parentally, spiritually, religiously, politically and in every other practical sense. If people “fail” to achieve some notion of perfection in any of these areas, they are considered “bad partners” and may be discarded, […]

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A Good Argument Is Like A Tent

by Liam People don’t understand how to argue; they mistake small for large evidence; they mistake massive arguments requiring extraordinarily strong evidence for small ones requiring little. How good are your arguments? How good are your thoughts? Big arguments require big evidence. The bigger and more unusual the argument is, the better the evidence, the […]

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The Church of Catholic AIDS Priests Want to Talk to YOU about Your Faith

by Liam Scheff “Christian Apologetics and AIDS Fundamentalists.” What is Apologetics? It’s the process of arguing about mythology with people who don’t know what mythology is, unless it’s any religion other than theirs. Apologetics is a form of argument used by religious literalists. Those of you who are spiritual and not dogmatic about any absolute […]

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How To Get Your Virgin Unicorn To Read The Bible (And Other Problems With Translation)

by Liam Scheff I’m no atheist, I am a spiritualist, and I don’t really believe in any historical Jesus (the magical Jewish guy for whom there is **no history written** till 70 years after the magical birth and 40 or more after the big wizarding events). But I do understand and have a feeling for […]

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Five Recent Movies That Have Some Mojo

by Liam Scheff Jack Reacher It opens with an assassin scoping civilians through a marksman’s rifle. He’s on a bridge, they’re walking along a riverside park in Pittsburgh. The scene unfolds without mercy, for them or us. The rest is a who-and-why-done-it, and despite its bleak and brutal premise, it’s a spry, well-photographed, smartly observed […]

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