So, why this?…

Date: January 16, 2019

01) So, why this?

“Listen, folks, I’ve [b]een struggling with this (attraction to boys and all that) since I was a teen myself.

I mean. Sometimes I really get really down, like, what’s the point? Having a YF (if any), then losing him over either parents suspecting, the YF himself growing apart from you, or a combination thereof.

Who wants to indulge in, say, a two year agony over feelings and a “relationship” that is sometimes not even perceived as such by the boy himself?”

…I think if we are not even open to this…then what do we have left?

We cant take what gives our existence meaning, and just throw it into the trash…That’s just not what living is.

It will drive you insane, constantly rejecting the rewards of life…

…Often, these are the only things keeping us going.

Social anxiety…


Date: January 16, 2019

01) Social anxiety

“I meet people who say they have been diagnosed with social anxiety. However, when I speak to them in an environment where they are free to share their ideas in an open exchange without being made fun of or screamed at, I find them perfectly capable of holding a conversation. Where is the disconnect?”


Predator Caught, and It’s Chris Hansen…


Date: January 16, 2019

01) Enochian: Predator Caught, and It’s Chris Hansen

02) ‘To Catch a Predator’ host Chris Hansen charged with bouncing checks

“To Catch a Predator” host Chris Hansen has been charged with issuing bad checks and failing to pay thousands of dollars to a vendor for marketing materials.

Hansen, 59, of Shippan, Connecticut, turned himself in to police over the bounced checks on Monday and was charged with “issuing a bad check,” Stamford Police told Fox News. He was released without bond and signed a PTA or a promise to appear in court, police said.

Hansen reportedly asked Peter Psichopaidas, the owner of Promotional Sales LTD, for mugs, decals and T-shirts for marketing events in 2017, the Stamford Advocate reported, citing an arrest affidavit. The goods totaled $12,998.05 and the former MSNBC host agreed to pay for the items in full before they were delivered. An employee who worked for Hansen sent a check for the items three months after they received invoices for the materials. When the check bounced, Hansen apparently apologized to Psichopaidas and said he would make a partial payment.

The business owner filed a police complaint in April 2017, after he did not receive any payment.”

So…on top of everything else…Chris Hansen is a thief?

I’ve been kind of wondering what in the heck was going on with him…He was trying to reboot his “To Catch a Predator” glory days, a few years back…by resuming the show, as a personal production online…

…I made a post about it, which strangely ended up gutted…

…A brief time later, the online ambitions of Chris Hansen went completely silent.

…Yes…I’ve been keeping an eye on all of this…or, at least I was…

Seems dead, now.

It seems Chris Hansen may be financially imploding.

…And now, he’s a criminal thief…

…Wonder if they’re going to send him to prison…

…Probably not…There’s always double standards to follow, where it comes to celebrities like Chris Hansen.

But the fact that he’s allegedly having to sell personal assets, in order to reconcile with the true state of his finances…that’s encouraging to learn…

…Or, maybe he is just an out and out thief…

…Someone of his character, I’d not be surprised in the least.

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Farming Under the Sea…

Frontier Kitchen

Date: January 16, 2019

01) Farming Under the Sea

“Seventy miles off the coast of mainland Japan is the small island of Okinawa, home to some of the most unique seaweed in the world. Mozuku is a rare underwater delicacy found off the mainland coast. Each fall, farmer Tadashi Oshiro uses a special technique to sustainably harvest the seaweed. His one-of-a-kind farming methods were passed down to him by his father, using a process that allows the mozuku to grow without creating additional waste. And although changes in the environment leave the future of mozuku uncertain, Tadashi continues to uphold his family’s legacy.”

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Claire McCaskill’s MSNBC Debut Gets Awkward…

Date: January 15, 2019

01) Claire McCaskill’s MSNBC Debut Gets Awkward

“Claire McCaskill has joined MSNBC.

Following her midterms defeat, former Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) joined the cable news circuit, making her debut on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Tuesday morning.

McCaskill was hired by NBC News and MSNBC as a political analyst, a common career move for defeated or retired members of Congress. Retired Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) is reportedly in talks with CBS News about a role within the network.