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When middle schooler refuses to take off his hat covering a bad haircut, principal opts not to suspend him and fixes the haircut himself

An Indiana principal helped fix a teenager’s bad haircut rather than giving him an in-school suspension when the child wouldn’t take off his hat inside the school building.

What are the details?

On Friday, CNN reported that Jason Smith, principal at Stonybrook Intermediate and Middle School in Indianapolis, took student Anthony Moore under his wing when he was feeling insecure about a bad haircut.

The teen showed up at school last week wearing a hat, which is against the school’s dress code, and refused to take it off despite administrators’ requests.

Anthony was likely nervous by the time he made it to Smith’s office, but Smith was apparently waiting with a good-natured disposition and an insistence on solving the issue in a positive manner.

“I sat across from him and asked, ‘What’s wrong? Why are you being defiant, why are you refusing to take your hat off? It’s a pretty simple request,'” Smith recalled. “And he explained that his parents took him to get a haircut and he didn’t like the results.”

Smith said he told Anthony that his hair looked just fine, but said he understood the struggle of a young boy who feels insecure about his hair.

“[Y]ou know he’s a 13 [or] 14-year-old kid, and we know social acceptance is more important than adult acceptance,” he explained. “I told him, ‘Look, I’ve been cutting hair since I was your age,’ and I showed him pictures of my son’s haircuts that I did and some of me cutting hair in college. And I said, ‘If I run home and get my clippers and fix your line, will you go back to class?’ He hesitated but then he said ‘yes.'”

Instead of penalizing student sent to school office, principal offers thoughtful solution

Good to his word, Smith left the school and drove home to grab his clippers. When he arrived back at the school, he trimmed up Anthony’s hair after his parents consented to the cut.

“He didn’t say straight out, but I feel like he didn’t want to be laughed at,” Smith said. “The barbershop and haircuts as black males is very important in the community and looking your best and being sharp — it’s just a cultural aspect. Just from my being a black male myself and coming through that culture and, you know, I really think girls matter at that age, which [means] appearance then could matter. He was scared he was going to be laughed at and we were pretty sure no one would notice, but he was looking through his lens.”

Smith added that behavior is best modified through communication.

“[W]hen a student is struggling, we need to ask ourselves what happened to this child instead of what’s wrong with the child,” he said. “What need is the child trying to get met, and really, the future of urban education rests on that question.”

In a statement, Anthony’s mother, Tawanda Johnson, said, “[Smith] handled it very well to keep him from getting in trouble at school. I’m just glad that he was able to handle that without … being put in in-school suspension.”

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Episode-2804- Building Stability though Abundance

Today I released an older video I found about Brad Lancaster and his water harvesting efforts in Tuscon Arizona.  It really got me thinking about the need to build community though abundance. As this was happening I had a guest Continue reading →

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A 3-year-old was abandoned along with his dog at an Ohio cemetery two days before Christmas. The community rallied.

Two days before Christmas, a 3-year-old little boy and his dog were dropped off and abandoned at a cemetery in Hinckley, Ohio. A witness who called 911 said they saw the toddler — who wasn’t wearing shoes — chasing after the car apparently driven by whoever left the child and pup behind.

But once the word got out, calls, gifts, and offers of adoption poured in for the tyke, who the town’s police chief described as “a pretty happy little fella” even when they first took him into protective custody.

What are the details?

The witness, who discovered the child at Hope Memorial Gardens Cemetery, stayed with the boy to keep him safe until authorities arrived. The youngster was able to relay that his name is Tony, and he knew the first names of both his parents but not his last name.

The Hinckley Police Department responded and provided the boy with a change of clothes since his clothes were wet when he arrived, and bought him some lunch. Then they posted a picture of Tony on their Facebook page, asking for help identifying him and explaining how he was found.

The community rallied. People wanted to know if they could buy presents for Tony, and others offered to adopt him outright. During an interview with local station WEWS-TV, police Chief David Centner even offered to care for the boy himself, saying, “My wife and I have already told children’s services…we will welcome him into our home. We’ve got 14 grandkids and a big house and plenty of room and love for him.”

The department informed people that they could send gifts to Tony and provided his clothing size. A day later, they posted a picture showing the presents that had been brought, and Chief Centner wrote:

“From all of us at HPD we want to thank everyone for your kindness, thoughts, prayers and overwhelming love. Our lobby is full from the gifts that have been dropped off. I reached out to my friend Santa and tomorrow morning after he has finished his deliveries he is going to stop at HPD. We are going to load the sleigh and make on final stop to see our little friend.”

The Daily Mail reported that “a relative of the boy recognized the photo of him published in local media and contacted Tony’s father,” whom authorities have described as “very cooperative.” The father called police Wednesday, and indicated that Tony’s mother had custody of the child when he was abandoned, “NewsNation reported.

The father and officers also returned to where Tony was abandoned, and found the boy’s dog, who was still running around the cemetery.

Investigation continues into little boy abandoned in Ohio cemetery

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How to Celebrate Thanksgiving in the Midst of Toxic Politics and COVID-19 Lockdowns

This article was originally published by John W. Whitehead at the Rutherford Institute.

“War is over. If you want it.”—John Lennon

If ever there were a year filled with an abundance of bad news and a shortage of good news, 2020 would take the prize. Between the toxic political theater, pandemic scares, nationwide lockdowns that smack of martial law, a rollercoaster economy, and the ever-present menace of the police state, it’s been a hard, heart-wrenching, stomach-churning kind of year overrun with too much hate and too little tolerance.

It’s been a year in which tyranny took a few more steps forward, freedom got knocked down a few more notches, and politics and profit margins took precedence over decency, compassion, and human kindness.

Now we find ourselves at this present moment, overwhelmed by all that is wrong in the world and missing the fellowship of family and friends kept apart by COVID-19 restrictions and concerns.

No wonder this Thanksgiving finds so many struggling to reflect and give thanks for what is good. After all, how do you give thanks for freedoms that are constantly being eroded? How do you express gratitude for one’s safety when the perils posed by the American police state grow more treacherous by the day? How do you come together as a nation in thanksgiving when the powers-that-be continue to polarize and divide us into warring factions?

Here’s what I’ve learned from living in a small community (population 1500) for the past year: you don’t have to agree on politics, or subscribe to the same religious beliefs, or have the same demographic makeup in order to live peaceably with one another.

These small-town people don’t have a preponderance of fancy cars or advanced degrees or six-figure salaries or committees aimed at discussing problems to death, and yet they have mastered the art of getting along. They make no secret about their views on politics and religion and anything else on their minds, and yet they remain friendly—neighborly—respectful of those with opposing views, even when they wholeheartedly disagree.

Yes, America, there is life beyond politics and it can be wonderful if you just give it a chance.

Here’s what I suggest: this Thanksgiving, do yourselves a favor and turn off the talking heads, tune out the politicians, and take a deep breath. Then try this exercise in gratitude: find something to be thankful for about the things and people in your community for which you might have the least tolerance or appreciation. Instead of just rattling off a list of things you’re thankful for that sound good, dig a little deeper and acknowledge the good in those you may have underappreciated or feared.

When it comes time to giving thanks for your good fortune, put your gratitude into action: pay your blessings forward with deeds that spread a little kindness, lighten someone’s burden, and brighten some dark corner.

Engage in acts of kindness. Smile more. Fight less. Build bridges. Refuse to let toxic politics define your relationships. Focus on the things that unite instead of that which divides.

Do your part to push back against the meanness of our culture with conscious compassion and humanity. Moods are contagious, the good and the bad. They can be passed from person to person. So can the actions associated with those moods, the good and the bad.

Even with COVID-19 restrictions in place throughout the country, there is still so much good that can be done to help those in need.

Be a hero, whether or not anyone ever notices.

Acts of benevolence, no matter how inconsequential they might seem, can spark a movement.

Each of us has an inner hero we can draw upon in an emergency,” concludes psychologist Philip Zimbardo. “If you think there is even a possibility that someone needs help, act on it. You may save a life. You are the modern version of the Good Samaritan that makes the world a better place for all of us.”

All it takes is one person breaking away from the fold to change the dynamics of a situation. “Once anyone helps, then in seconds others will join in because a new social norm emerges,” notes Zimbardo.

This is what Zimbardo refers to as “the power of one.”

“If you find yourself in an ambiguous situation, resist the urge to look to others and go with your gut instinct,” advises Melissa Burkley in Psychology Today. “If you think there is even a possibility that someone is in need, act on it. At worst, you will embarrass yourself for a few minutes, but at best, you will save a life.”

In other words, don’t turn away from suffering. Even smiling at a stranger in these fearful times can be a revolutionary act.

All it takes is one person to start a chain reaction.

For instance, a few years ago in Florida, a family of six—four adults and two young boys—were swept out to sea by a powerful rip current in Panama City Beach. There was no lifeguard on duty. The police were standing by, waiting for a rescue boat. And the few people who had tried to help ended up stranded, as well.

Those on shore grouped together and formed a human chain. What started with five volunteers grew to 15, then 80 people, some of whom couldn’t swim.

One by one, they linked hands and stretched as far as their chain would go. The strongest of the volunteers swam out beyond the chain and began passing the stranded victims of the rip current down the chain.

One by one, they rescued those in trouble and pulled each other in.

There’s a moral here for what needs to happen in this country if we only can band together and prevail against the riptides that threaten to overwhelm us.

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, there may not be much we can do to avoid the dismal reality of the police state in the long term—not so long as the powers-that-be continue to call the shots and allow profit margins to take precedence over the needs of people—but in the short term, there are things we can all do right now to make this world (or at least our small corners of it) a little bit kinder, a lot less hostile and more just.

It’s never too late to start making things right in the world.

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A Tip For The “CHAZ Republic”: Start Thinking Like Conservatives

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market. 

Building a society is hard. Though people have a tendency to naturally adapt to forms of social order, these systems usually function best as small tribes, not massive collectives. Even when everyone agrees on particular goals, such as life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, they still often have conflicts over how to achieve those goals. Small groups have better chances, small voluntary groups are even more successful, as long as they follow a certain set of guidelines. Tribalism is the natural state of mankind, yet these days it’s treated like a taboo concept, especially by the political left.

Then, there is the ever-present outlier, the 1%-5% percent of any given population that has inherent narcissistic and sociopathic qualities. These people make coming to an agreement on anything almost impossible. They hold the world hostage by sabotaging peace and resolution until they get exactly what they want. Sometimes what they want is nothing more than total chaos and destruction. In other cases, they dream big, with notions of dominance and godhood.

If you want to know what a society based on narcopathy actually looks like, that’s easy; just look at the communist movements in Stalinist Russia or Mao’s China, or how about the social justice crucibles within Facebook and Twitter? And, let’s not forget the latest narcopathic experiment in the “CHAZ Republic” autonomous region in Seattle.

The mainstream media would have you believe that CHAZ is a burgeoning progressive Utopia where people live in harmony and free from the police. However, It did not take long before the “self-sustaining” SJW nation of CHAZ became a laughing stock among web denizens, who have been tracking their bumbling exploits with equal parts glee and bewilderment.

When your society is immediately taken over by low budget weak talent rapper “warlords”, when you run out of food and have to order Dominos pizza delivered to your southern border daily and citizens beg for soy-based vegan products to be donated, and when people are attacked by a mob for “unauthorized graffiti” on the wrong turf after that mob already tore up the neighborhood, there’s certainly room for improvement.

There are already some amazing hypocrisies flowing from CHAZ, including the fact that protesters quickly placed barriers and fencing all around the six-block area to keep people they don’t like out. Apparently, Antifa and BLM are now proud advocates of building walls. But two of my favorite examples have happened in the past couple of days, including the man who slipped into CHAZ and started preaching biblical verses at them on the street. This incident should tell you half of what you need to know about the social justice cult.

The man was immediately set upon by a crowd of angry leftists, had his life threatened, was attacked, robbed of his phone, and beaten. In the video of the attack, you can clearly see one of the CHAZ citizens trying to put the man in a chokehold; I guess “I can’t breath…” was a temporary motto.

What is so interesting about this situation to me is that the preacher was doing to them exactly what they do to others – Getting in their faces, arguing a message of belief, refusing to leave even though no one wants him there, and their reaction was to silence the man using violence. The puritanical fraud of Antifa and BLM has never been more obvious. When your mob resides in the media and on Twitter you can use cancel culture to terrorize people into silence. But, in the real world, that stuff is meaningless, and so in order to deal with persistent people, you either have to let them speak or use force.

Welcome to the real world, CHAZ…

The second incident was their attempt at planting a CHAZ food garden. I’ll let a photo of the garden speak for itself:

Now, this garden tells us the other half of the story about the types of people we are dealing with here. I was not present during the planning and formation of this garden, but I can imagine exactly what happened:

The community met in a huge and largely disorganized herd to discuss plans and grievances. Being intellectuals through and through, they enjoy talking endlessly about what should be done while having no expertise in how to make things happen. Someone brought up the issue of food, realizing that if they are going to be “autonomous”, they will have to start producing necessities somehow. With no one among the hundreds or perhaps thousands of people at the meeting with any knowledge of how to grow food, they listened to the first person who claimed he or she could make it happen.

That person then proceeded to the nearest Home Depot where they purchased 50 or so pre-grown plants because growing from seed leaves more room for failure and they have no clue how to do it anyway. Then, they went to the park with a vision, a grand image in their minds of a vast garden of plenty that would feed the community for years.

They then went to plant that garden and quickly realized the grass in the park would overwhelm and steal all the nutrients from their plants. So, they ask a handful of people to dig up the sod to get to the soil underneath. The young men, weak and pasty from years of soy-based products, tried with all their might to wrestle the sod from the ground, but to no avail. They realize digging up and tilling the ground is difficult.

One of them chimes in “This blows, why do we have to do this? Isn’t this supposed to be anarchy? I don’t feel liberated right now, I feel sweaty and annoyed…”

Another worker nods “Yeah, there must be an easier way. Let’s watch YouTube for some ideas….”

They go forth and do so. And low, they discover an endless variety of instructional videos, half of which are made by idiots just like them. The video tells them to lay paper on top of the grass and then soil on top of the paper. They immediately take all the boxes they can find on the street, stealing the homes of many hobos. They lay out the boxes on top of the grass. They venture forth into the neighboring country of America, where potting soil is plentiful.

They purchase the bounty with money borrowed from their parents and then spread 3 inches of soil over the cardboard, set the potted plants on top and viola! A garden any homesteader would be envious of! And then the homeless population shows up to demand their boxes back and reality sets in.

I’m reminded of the book ‘Defiance’ by Nechama Tec, about the partisans that fled to the Belarussian forests to hide from the Nazi occupation during WWII (the movie ‘Defiance’ is based on the same book). The book describes how many of the partisans and Jewish people in the community were college students, professors, and academics. These people realized after a few days that they had no useful skill sets and no knowledge of anything to do with survival. Once at the top of society, during the crisis they found themselves at the bottom of the totem pole. They were essentially useless while working-class farmers and mechanics took over as the leaders.

I am also reminded of the fact that after the Bolshevik revolution, the communists ran off or killed most of the engineers, mechanics, farmers, and other producers within Russian society. The Bolsheviks only survived because Western corporations sent them experts to help them rebuild their manufacturing base (but that is a discussion for another time).

The point is, if you do not know how to produce, you cannot build a society. It’s as simple as that. The residents of CHAZ appear to me to be iPhone entranced yuppies, mostly from upper-middle-class families. When all you have done in your life is talk theory in college and all your knowledge comes from Reddit the idea of application must be highly alien. The thought of actually building a thing must be intergalactic in origin to them.

When people have no understanding of how necessities work or how they are made, when they have no understanding of how food gets onto their plates, they usually have no respect for the people that make these things possible. And I have to warn you, people of CHAZ, most of the folks that make your lives possible have homes in so-called “fly-over country”, and they are conservative.

Interestingly, I find that when people choose to live in a more self-sufficient fashion or are forced to by circumstance, they have a habit of also shifting away from socialist fantasies. They abandon their first-world problems and notions of identity politics when they realize what REAL struggle actually looks like. And, they start to care about concepts like merit, and retaining the value of their work instead of giving away that value to people who don’t deserve it. They start acting like conservatives.

So, I don’t necessarily want the CHAZ Republic to fail. In fact, I would love for these people to go through the struggles of trying to set up a concrete self-sustaining community or “tribe”. Why? Because there is a chance they will come out the other side appreciating the accomplishments of the conservative communities and individuals that already do these things on a regular basis. Maybe they will even convert to “right-wing extremism”; that’s where all the real men are, and we have more fun. The left sucks at building things because their mentality is one of theory and never one of application. All they know is how to tear things down; they have no ability to create.

And to show the people of CHAZ that I’m not all talk like they are, I’ll give them some tips on how to get started as producers. For example, the image below is what a REAL garden looks like:

I carved this new garden plot out of the woods this spring. It took about a month to do everything. Trees had to be cut and I had to remove the stumps by exposing the roots with a shovel and then cutting the taproots with a reciprocating saw. The ground was leveled as best as possible using a bobcat, which I had to learn how to drive beforehand. I then built the raised garden beds, set them into the ground, and dug up and turned all the soil in the beds. Eight inches of fresh soil, a mixture of potting soil and topsoil, was then placed in the beds.

The beds were surrounded by wood chips to help prevent weed growth. I planted seeds which I know from years of experience grow very well in the cooler climate of Montana. I also built a tall fence around the garden and then sprayed the area with garlic-based deer repellent to prevent animals from trying to jump the fence and destroy the plants as they grow. Staple crops in my region are root based, such as potatoes, onions, carrots, etc.

I plant using some seed and potatoes I saved from my crop the year before, but I still have to dip into seeds I purchased, too. Eventually, I would like to plant completely from seed I save from my own crops.

This process requires many seasons of experience to become proficient. It is not easy. It is not simple. It requires hard work, and sometimes you fail anyway. This means you need backup strategies. I have also become an avid hunter and I feel I have finally mastered tracking and stalking. Here is an image of the buck I harvested last hunting season:

And, while gardening and hunting can put food on the table, you may also need to produce items that people are willing to barter to get products and services you can’t provide for yourself. Below is a cedar chest I just built by hand last week.  Products like this could be traded in an open market:

You see, a community is only as successful as the individuals within it. Each person should bring with them as many unique skill sets as they can that add to the strength of the tribe. Trade is vital, and the free market of barter must be allowed to thrive, otherwise, there is no incentive for people to put in any effort and your society will die.

I read today that the Republic of CHAZ is thinking about changing their name to “CHOP” in an effort to clarify that they do not intend to secede from the US. I suspect that this change of heart may be due to the fact that the residents and activists there are starting to realize how difficult this self-sufficiency business is. When you declare you are building an autonomous zone, that is a lifetime commitment and one rife with struggle. When you declare you are merely protesting, you can walk away anytime you like and pretend you won the day.

I hope the people of CHAZ don’t quit their goal of establishing a sufficient society, at least not yet. They’ve only been at it about a week, and that’s not enough time for them to really get a sense of the effort and skill that’s needed to become productive. Maybe they’ll exit the CHAZ with a newfound respect for the conservative ideal? Who knows…

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Claudio Grass: Change is Coming, The Great Awakening is Happening

In a recent interview with Claudio Grass on the X22 spotlight YouTube channel, Grass says change is coming whether we like it or not.  Not only is the Great Awakening here, but the financial reset to usher in the New World Order is also here.

Grass breaks down the current event of the plandemic and how this event was used to control the people, remove their rights, and to push a new world order using military might. However, Grass also believes a great awakening is happening now and people are starting to see what is really happening, and change is coming.  Whether we like it or not, the United States as we knew it in January is dead.  But that’s a good thing because people are beginning to see the two choices before them: freedom or slavery, and enough are waking up that slavery looks like it could be a thing of the past.

Change is coming. It’s up to us which way this ends.

Governments all over the world are losing control of the narrative. That means they will all eventually fall under their own weight as more and more humans wake up from the slumber they’ve been put in. “The micromanagement done by those central planners is just ridiculous,” Grass says. But it’s having the opposite effect. More people than ever are turning away from government in favor of liberty, justice, and freedom.  “All these restrictions, social distancing and tracing apps…it could be possible that we are going to see a next wave of infections, you know…when they can abuse the flu based on…huge sociological experiment on a global scale. At the end of the day, what we are witnessing is a full nationalization of the economy.”

Based on the data, the coronavirus panic was a joke. People still don’t realize this was a huge hoax regardless of the data and evidence that shows it as such. After the second wave, or possibly at the same time, Grass believes the famines will begin. This will be another attempt by the government to get people under control. Because of the centralization of industries, its ability to cause crisis after crisis in within the government’s hands. “We are in the quiet before the storm,” he says.

“You have to destroy the old system to create a new one,” says Grass. But this change is permanent. The old system is gone.  How we handle the next few months or year will dictate whether we have a free society or a New World Order.  Grass has faith that the Great Awakening is happening and that we will all be free. “People have to lose faith in the old systems, that’s when the system goes down.” We just need to make sure that once this system goes down, we don’t put another one in its place by consenting to be controlled, ruled, and governed once again.

“Decentralization is always more resilient for everything,” says Grass. “I have always been a fan of decentralization…certain companies can only become as big as they are because they received support from government. Decentralized structures prove this is a huge problem….we will see a reset. We are seeing a centralized system, centralized even further.”

This is why Grass suggests breaking free of the system, not using their money (gold, silver, bitcoin), and educating yourself on how to localize and work together free from the chains of the ruling class. “I think a lot of people are waking up…there is really an awakening ongoing…I truly think people should think about how to opt-out of the system…the people who remain in the system are going to be even more enslaved.”

At the end of the day, opting out means you go away from all of the control structures, including government. You need to stop allowing other people to rule you and control your life. “We don’t have to decapitate the king. We can simply ignore him…I’m not a government servant, I’m not a government slave,” Grass added. 

After Brainwashing People For Decades, MSM and Governments Are Losing Control of People

The main problem in our society today is that people want to rule over others. But people are waking up to the fact that that’s not going to work. They are tired of being slaves. Sadly, many will not wake up until it directly impacts them. As a KGB defector said, “Americans will not understand until the military boot crushes them.”

Grass is “positive” that we will come out on top and be able to topple the New World Order and the control structures that have been in place for centuries. There will be a big crash, he says. Not just the crash of the central banking system, but the crash of all governments. At that point, it will be up to us to decide if we want no system anymore, one of complete freedom, or the New World Order and enslavement.  There won’t be a middle point.  This is an opportunity. We all need to figure out if we want in the new system or to not participate at all.

“People are capable to think, at the end of the day.”

Click here to read or see more videos with Grass. 

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CDC: The U.S. Should “Prepare for the Coronavirus To Take Foothold”

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is preparing for the new coronavirus to take a foothold in the United States. The coronavirus has killed at least 1,115 and sickened more than 45,000 worldwide, with a large jump in deaths and infections in the past day.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday it is preparing for the new coronavirus. So far, health officials have confirmed 13 U.S. cases of the virus, now named COVID-19, short for Corona Virus Disease, according to CNBC News.

At some point, we are likely to see community spread in the U.S. or in other countries,” Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, told reporters on a conference call“This will trigger a change in our response strategy.”

Messonnier said the CDC is regularly talking with manufacturers of medical supplies, such as masks and gloves, to ensure enough are available in case of an outbreak here. “At this time, some partners [in other countries] are reporting higher than usual demand for N95 respirators and facemasks,” she said. –CNBC News

Messonnier added that the CDC is regularly talking with manufacturers of medical supplies, such as masks and gloves, to ensure enough are going to be available in case of an outbreak here. “At this time, some partners [in other countries] are reporting higher than usual demand for N95 respirators and facemasks,” she said.


Messonnier says that as of right now unless you know you have the coronavirus, you don’t need to wear a facemask. “When you are alone in your home, you do not need to wear a mask,” she said. “Our goal is to be as least restrictive as possible while ensuring the safety and health of all Americans,” she added. “We are continually reassessing our recommendations around quarantine and self-monitoring.”

Another concern is that the virus will mutate, becoming more deadly, and spread even faster.

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Episode-2502- Nicole Sauce on Making Community Count

Nicole sauce is a member of the TSP Expert Council and is known for her side hustle mentality and building community, among many other things. Since starting her homestead in 2007, Nicole has a strange habit of saying she will Continue reading →

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Episode-2502- Nicole Sauce on Making Community Count

Nicole sauce is a member of the TSP Expert Council and is known for her side hustle mentality and building community, among many other things. Since starting her homestead in 2007, Nicole has a strange habit of saying she will Continue reading →