Interview 1136 – Jack Blood on Voting With Your Dollars

02/10/20167 Comments

bloodsquareIt’s February and it’s a leap year, so that can only mean one thing: it’s time for Americans to become fixated with the four-year sideshow distraction known as the presidential sElection. But as the country dissects the New Hampshire primaries I talk to Jack Blood of Radio Free Blood about the type of political action that actually matters: voting with your time, energy, attention and dollars.

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  1. earlthornton1202 says:

    Jack and James, thank you for the latest interview and discussion.

    Seattle is a ‘poster child’ for the Agenda 21 / 2030 herding… many folks, we think, are not drinking the koolaid, they are snorting the koolaid powder. Scary mindsets, and very little critical thinking left.

    I was not aware you had returned to Seattle, Jack. We are in Bothell and would enjoy getting together and compare action plans. Dinner on us!
    If you see this please let me know. I will try to contact you thru your site too.

  2. s.jamieson says:

    Pretty enjoyable hearing from this type of activist. He has the earthy positivity (not airy enough to be called optimism) of someone who has been on the front lines of protest. I’m not like that, but I can admire his thoughts and actions. I seem to indeed be that person he mentions who is proud of making a comment online. While kind of useless, making comments may be some step on the way to usefulness. Thinking this would be my kind of optimism . . .

  3. Beau Boeye says:

    Hey James, did you happen to find that interview with the chef? If I find it, I’ll post the link here.

  4. Hans says:

    One doesn’t have to eat special food to have a well-functioning immune system as Jack claims. A healthy life style (balanced diet, good sleep, exercise) is sufficient. Diet alone could not protect anyone from an epidemic. Vaccination could.

  5. NoMeatNoDairyNoProblem says:

    Every time you purchase a product you’re voting to increase the power of its producer.

    “But it’s just a bottle of shampoo!”

    No, it’s a vote to increase the power of a psychopathic corporation called Proctor & Gamble.

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