Thursday, June 30, 2011

Moving

I am going to be Blogging at libertariananimal.blogspot.com for the most part. I will continue to comment on the energy situation here in the West, and in the U.S. in particular... but I am going to really pull apart the political implications of our energy conundrum, deficit, military budgets, social programs, et al... and take a hard run at my Talk Radio and documentary idea. We are at a cusp here on so many issues. I love my country and I LOVE being an American... I am not looking for votes and I am not looking for money... but I am looking for something. Soon as I figure out what that is, I will let you know.

Posts have been light of late as I have had bronchitis for the past month or so... and that hasn't helped the speaking efforts needed for a regular talk radio segment, either.  Please bear with me. I have been prescribed "gorillacylin", after the run of the mill stuff did not do the trick, and hope to be full of piss and vinegar in short order.

Greg Jeffers
Libertarian Animal

16 comments:

westexas said...
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Anonymous said...

Best of luck with your new endeavors! Documentary sounds interesting, we could use more films with real impact, not just for entertainment or primarily for money making.

Pics of the new garden?
Fare thee well,
Meiyo

Greg T. Jeffers said...

Not going anywhere... and I hope to have your commentary... my garden is doing well despite the lack of effort on my part due to being sick.

Harvested more cabbage and broccoli than we are likely to eat, tomatoes and peppers are doing well, as is corn (both sweet and field). Asparagus appears to be coming along, although I wouldn't know... its my first time...

white potatoes are my worst ever. Sweets and mellons and sunflowers are all doing well.

Anonymous said...

Did you buy asparagus crowns that are aged already? Otherwise your going to be waiting for a year or two before you get the male portion.

I grow asparagus all over the place, it grows pretty much like a weed and keeps coming back. My family refers to it as mini-christmas trees.

PA weather was crazy rainy as well this year, so a bit late on planting, although its nice now. I'm trying broccoli for the 1st time this year, but doesn't look like broccoli at all yet--perhaps in a few more weeks.
-Meiyo

Greg T. Jeffers said...

Broccoli does not do well in warm weather... it may bold to flowers or not flower at all. You might look at your latitudes planting schedule and first frost date, though broccoli and cabbage and onions do not mind a couple of mild frosts... and work on a cool weather garden. This year will be my first fall garden.

Greg T. Jeffers said...

I did on the Asparagus... but I expect to need another year...

Anonymous said...

We have asparagus growing all over the place around me. No point in planting it really. One of my friends picked like 70 pounds or so of it a couple weeks ago driving the backroads.

Dex

kathy said...

I' I m sorry to hear about the poor health at this busy time of year. Best of luck. I'll follow your new blog as closely as I have followed this. We don't always agree but I always appreciate the perspective.
I'll be buying some vegetables this year. My tomatoes look terrible but I think it may be that the new compost is to acidic. I'm liming now and hope they have time to recover.

Anonymous said...

Hi Greg!

Good luck at L.A. I'll see you there. Been thinking about your last show. I'll get back to you on that. Busy with 3rd daughter's wedding for next week. Get your health back!

Regards,

Coal Guy

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Donal Lang said...

Hey Greg, seems to be impossible to post on your other blog - just wipes it each time. You may want to look at the login options.

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