Originally Posted by tunk999
I've typed up a very long and meticulously cited FAQ in response to this very old charge, available here.
I think I've now read every blog post there is on the subject, and hopefully I covered just about everything. I would appreciate comments, criticisms, etc.
Basically, what happened was that for perhaps 3 decades, several newsletters ran under Paul's name containing some
Good evening. My name is Edward Lee. I would like to thank Aaron and George and many of your neighbors for letting me speak on their behalf about Ron Paul. My classmates have helped me travel hundreds of miles to spend my Christmas break and New Year's to reach out to literally thousands of Iowans like many of you here tonight. Instead of letting the media unfairly suggest that I support Ron Paul because he's the only candidate other than Romney to get on the Virginia ballot, I would like to personally
Updated 01-06-2012 at 09:29 PM by harikaried
A snippet of information about hugelkultur, written by Paul Wheaton over at richsoil.com . Link to his full article:
hugelkultur raised garden beds in a nutshell:
grow a typical garden without irrigation or fertilization
has been demonstrated to work in deserts as well as backyards
use up rotting wood, twigs, branches
Updated 01-16-2012 at 04:53 PM by pacelli
(added picture of my hugelkultur)
Sen. Rand Paul and TSA: It's Personal Now (almost sounds like the title to a movie, doesn't it)...
First, some context... Hot on the heels of 'the Rand Paul Incident' today where Rand was demanded of (which he utterly rejected and was ultimately detained for) a full body search and pat-down by the TSA due to an 'anomaly' in his scan (personally,
Updated 01-24-2012 at 04:08 PM by Sentient Void
An exploratory rant for applying 'Diffusion of innovations' to the 2012 electioncycle.
1. The fight for the meme
Ron Paul's message can be seen as a meme. According to wikipedia, a meme (play /ˈmiːm/) is "an idea, behavior or style that spreads from person to person within a culture." A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols or practices, which can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures,