Black Sheep Are Still Sheep

The other day I thought I'd fire up my shortwave rig and see what was happening down around 70 meters - there was the usual government propaganda crap from such bastions of freedom such as Cuba, North Korea, Germany, Sweden, Great Britain and the United States. But then I picked up a faint signal at [...]

By | February 18th, 2018|Entertainment, Food and Drink, The Agora, Uncategorized, Updates|Comments Off on Black Sheep Are Still Sheep

Heute Die Welt, Morgens Das Sonnensystem

Mentally exhausted? Totally confused? Not Having Fun yet? Regret that you skipped Laundry Day for This!? Excellent - we have accomplished our Objectives. Maybe next time you will learn your lesson. But we doubt it. For those (one or two) of you that haven't had enough punishment, there will be a short (or long, depending) [...]

By | February 18th, 2018|Aerospace, Agorist Theory and Practice, Science & Technology, The Agora, Updates, Workshops & Seminars|Comments Off on Heute Die Welt, Morgens Das Sonnensystem

Are You Worthy?

Some have recently inquired - well they have asked anyway - whether or not we will have a bookstore this year. You know, the place where you can find classic books on Austrian economics, monetary theory, history, and philosophy, both in hardcover and paperback. The place where you are able to buy collectible 1st editions, [...]

By | February 11th, 2018|Kid Friendly, The Agora, Updates|Comments Off on Are You Worthy?

Fifty Shades Of Grey…Markets

No no no, I get it really. I understand completely, ladies (et les hommes naturellement - but I address le dames en ce moment s'il vous plaƮt). The curiosity. The mystery. The excitement and adventure of the unknown, the untried, the unexperienced. Your do not know what will happen, but you must take a chance, [...]

By | February 7th, 2018|Entertainment, The Agora, Updates, Workshops & Seminars|Comments Off on Fifty Shades Of Grey…Markets

Buckle Your Seatbelt, Dorothy

We should all be thankful that an Italian from the Lake Como region with the cool name of Alessandro Volta invented the battery, because if it was a German we'd be asking our electrician to install a 220 Stromspannug circuit for the washing machine. The battery was an amazing discovery, so humanity obviously decided there [...]

By | February 5th, 2018|Kid Friendly, Science & Technology, The Agora, Updates, Workshops & Seminars|Comments Off on Buckle Your Seatbelt, Dorothy

Wrong Side Up

I know that lately it has been shrinking - if you don't believe me just have a short conversation with a stranger about, well, any topic really, or maybe just chat about overpopulation, global warming, and veganism and see how that goes - but many thousands of years ago when our brains were actually EXPANDING, [...]

By | February 4th, 2018|Food and Drink, Kid Friendly, The Agora, Updates, Workshops & Seminars|Comments Off on Wrong Side Up

A Palantir Of Your Very Own

I remember when I needed to ask permission from my parents to make a local telephone call. And a long distance call? Fagettaboutit! When I needed to look up some information for a class or a hobby project? Head down to the library and go through the card catalog (and by that I mean a [...]

By | January 25th, 2018|Science & Technology, The Agora, Updates, Workshops & Seminars|Comments Off on A Palantir Of Your Very Own