A Few Tips, Tricks And Hacks That Will Make Your Life A Whole Lot Easier

October 18, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: main, Useful |

View your time as an investment, and pay attention to what gives you the greatest return

Think of how stingy you are with your money: if someone on the street asks for $10, you’re not giving it to them. There’s no way you’re giving a 30% tip for a normal dining experience. And so on.

And yet so many of us just waste ungodly amounts of our time. We throw it away, every day. I know I do unless I’m careful. What helps me to not waste time is to see it as an investment, and to keep track of the returns I get for my investment.

This approach has led me to recognize that some things offer incredible immediate return on investment: a night spent learning a new song on my preferred instruments, for example, gives me a lifetime of being able to play that song. That’s an incredible return. Other investments are more like low-interest, high security, long-term investments: going to the gym, eating right, etc. Some, like reading good books, are kind of a combination of both.

But many activities are worthless from an investment perspective: whatever benefit they seem to give doesn’t last any longer than the activity itself. 


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The Daily Man-Up

October 17, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main |

"One of the first questions people ask or wonder after following along live during races like #moab240 is what about sleep? Good question, as is clear, gotta keep moving. It’s a race to 240 miles on foot and the clock never stops. You must stop to eat, to get feet bandaged, etc., but not necessarily to sleep. My goal was to finish the race before no sleep began to wreak havoc on my body. But the deal again, is when you are sleeping you are not covering miles which is the name of the game. So in general sleeping = bad. Here was my sleep for the past four nights.

Friday zero

Saturday a 23 minute nap by the trail, two 12 minutes naps like pictured when energy waned.
And, 1 one minute nap where I fell asleep then popped right back but I asked Taylor, how long did I sleep? He said one minute, so I said lets go. 
Sunday 1 hour 15 minutes. My body was not performing right so I decided to actually lay down. Afterwards I felt good and ran hard for multiple hours, which I hadn’t been able to do in at least a day. But still it’s a craps game. If you can run near your highest level on zero sleep and not lose any time, perfect! Not many can. 
Total sleep during 79 hours of running, a few minutes over 2 hours. And who knows if any of what I wrote here makes sense? Probably doesn’t as I still haven’t slept, but I did take a shower. #winning haha"

Cameron Hanes

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Welcome To Caveman’s Fight Club!

October 11, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main |

Extreme weight cutting has to stop

This video features Brazilian fighter Daniel Lima, weighing in before his bout at Pancrase, barely able to walk to the scale after having to cut 16lbs in two days. Speaking with MMA Fighting before the bout Lima said (about the weight-cut) “Since it was my first time outside of Brazil I had no experience, I thought it would be easy, it was tough, painful.”



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Hot New Music Of The Day

October 4, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main |

Check out the new song my homie sent over from Americana musical collective The Sound of Ghosts called “Train to Nowhere”.  It has New Orleans style folk and jazz with a message of escapism and adventure. 


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A Few Glorious Clips For Your Consideration

October 3, 2017 | 2 Comments » | Topics: main |

Holy Fuck…Boston Crab in an MMA Fight!




The Dumping Grounds

September 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main, The Dumping Grounds |


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Hot New Music Of The Day

September 26, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main |

Check out the new video the homie sent over.  Its from Scottish new wave artist Michael Oakley and is synth-fueled tribute to the 80s. 


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Last Words Of Death Row Inmates

September 25, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main |

Karl Chamerblain

Summary of Incident

On 08/02/91 in Dallas, Texas the subject fatally shot the victim, a 30-year old white female. Chamberlain was a resident of the same apartment complex and had gone to the victim’s apartment under the pretense of borrowing sugar. Chamberlain left the apartment and return minutes later with duct tape and a rifle. Chamberlain entered the apartment, displayed the weapon to the victim, and forced the victim into a bedroom. Chamberlain taped her hands and feet, and sexually assaulted her. Chamberlain took the victim into the bathroom and shot her one time in the head with a .30 caliber rifle, causing her death. Chamberlain left the apartment and returned to his own apartment.

Last Statement:

I want you all to know, everyone with all my heart, soul, mind and strength. Thank you for being here today to honor Falicia Prechtl, whom I didn’t even know. To celebrate my death. My death began on August 2, 1991 and continued when I began to see the beautiful and innocent life that I had taken. I am so terribly sorry. I wish I could die more than once to tell you how sorry I am. I have said in interviews, if you want to hurt me and choke me, that’s how terrible I felt before this crime. I am sorry, it is her innocence and her life which began the remorse every since December 1, 1991. I have embraced life. Thank you for being a part of my life. I love you. May God be with us all. May God have mercy on us all. I am ready. Please do not hate anybody because…….(end of statement)


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