Tag: Capitalism

Building Roads While the World Wilts

Building Roads While the World Wilts

July 1, 2022 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: As mentioned in an article last month, I have been helping out friends by driving a 10-speed triaxle dump truck (6AM to 6PM) 2 to 3 days a week this summer.    Using older but well-maintained dump trucks and newer state-of-the-art excavation equipment, six guys working full-time, plus … Continue reading Building Roads While the World Wilts

On Quarantines and Trees, Pencils, Technology, Art and Music

On Quarantines and Trees, Pencils, Technology, Art and Music

Due to some sustained winds, I had a large limb of a sizable ash tree blown down. And, in consideration of the Emerald Ash Borer, which is sort of the COVID-19 of ash trees complete with its own federal quarantine regulations, I decided not to save the tree.  Instead, I chose to cut it down … Continue reading On Quarantines and Trees, Pencils, Technology, Art and Music