Category Archives: Personal

A Warning To Kricket Slik’s Next Boyfriend

Kricket Slick's Next Boyfriend

Kricket Slik is a Canadian citizen known to travel in libertarian and reactionary circles. She alternatively describes herself as a national socialist or a libertarian, depending on what man she is attempting to bait. She won the Canadian lottery when she was 21, and at the time of this writing I believe she is 27. She’s also my ex-girlfriend, and mother to my dead child. As I write this, she is in Canada, calling every law enforcement agency in the

Veteran vs. Tax Collectors

Veteran vs. Tax Collectors

Last weekend I had the pleasure of being a guest at the home of Bill Belser in Bristol, New Hampshire. The event was billed as a party, but the subject matter was anything but celebratory. Bill is about to lose his home because he fell behind on his property taxes, and this party was of the “last hurrah” variety. Whatever your opinion of taxes may be, I found this story to be very troubling in part because Bill is a

Personal Influences on my Pro-Life Bias

Personal Influences On My Pro-Life Bias

Despite writing about it some time ago, it comes as a shock to many that I’m a pro-life atheist and anarchist. I’ve been on quite the run on the subject lately as the result of videos released by the Center for Medical Progress, showing Planned Parenthood executives selling baby parts. The reaction has been a mix of outrage, elation, and utter confusion. Now, I’d go so far as to say I think my logic here is unassailable. I don’t have

Voting Against Economics is Like Praying Against Cancer

Voting Against Economics is Like Praying Against Cancer

I remember I had an aunt once who was very sick with cancer. She had already been through one round of chemotherapy, during which the cancer had continued to spread, and so the doctors had recommended a more aggressive treatment which would have had harsher side effects. They assured my aunt that were she not to take this treatment, she would be dead in rather short order, but could provide her with no assurances that she would live any longer

I Was The Victim Of A False Rape Allegation

I was the Victim of a False Rape Accusation

There has been a great deal of discussion lately about “rape culture” and how women are somehow being oppressed by men in some elusive grand scheme known as “the patriarchy”. It really seems to be the overwhelming narrative in any discussion pertaining to gender. To hear some people tell it, men are just given free run to do as they please and take what they want from women, without consequence. This is baffling to me because my experience as a man has

My Path to Radical Celebritarianism

My Path to Radical Celebritarianism

This post took a few turns since I first started it. As some of you may be aware, I’m working on a book, and this website is part of that project. I’m basically sharing my notes with all of you as I write them, and at some point these notes will be weaved into a cohesive story line. I wanted to include in that book, the story of how I became a libertarian. That story however, begins at birth, as

Are Electronic Cigarettes For You?

Are Electronic Cigarettes For You?

I get asked a lot of questions about my e-cigarette, aka personal vaporizer. I constantly end up evangalizing about it, to the point it almost comes of sounding like a sales pitch. Instead of perpetually repeating myself, I thought I’d put together this introduction. The basic idea behind an electronic cigarette is a power source, usually a battery, and a heating element which vaporizes a flavored liquid containing nicotine. There are people who use it without nicotine as well, and others

A Very Cantwell Christmas

A Very Cantwell Christmas

I went to visit family in New York for Christmas, but the visit didn’t last very long. My father is a retired IRS agent, and my mother is a Catholic. You may have heard that I’m an anarchist, and an atheist. During dinner, a political discussion erupted. Of course, being the most politically educated person at the table, I was able to refute the arguments of every State worshiping relative in attendance. Having a lifetime of State indoctrination defeated with

Developing My First Nootropic Stack

I recently became introduced to a class of drugs known as nootropics. “Smart drugs” as they are sometimes called, or “cognitive enhancers”. They are said to improve mood, focus, memory, alertness, creativity, and problem solving. “Stacking” refers to using multiple nootropics and other supplements to complement each other and improve performance. These are all things I could use some help with lately, and after just a few weeks of experimenting, I’m already very excited by the results. While researching the

Some Problems I’m Working On

I’ve got some issues. Some more serious than others, but all worth addressing. I’m trying to solve these problems, and this article actually started off as talking about how I was doing that. However, I realized I was about a thousand words into it before I had even begun to tackle the solutions. So I figured this would make a fine piece of its own that I can reference in future articles. If you’re a regular reader, and this seems repetitive,