Rebuilding Your Website

If you are a successful web based business there is a phenomenon that occurs with regularity at the end of your second year of operations — the necessity to rebuild your website from the ground up.

If you are not successful, you are out of business by then. Sorry.

You wake up and realize the following:

 1. In your rush to launch back two years ago, you did not have the opportunity to develop a website as good as you wanted.

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Words I Do Not Love From 2020

I am trying not to use the word “hate” in my writings, thus I am focused on words “I do not love” from 2020.

I am very critical of the entire year of 2020 and honestly expect it to be recalled with all of us receiving a Mulligan. Go ask a golfer what a Mulligan is.

So, with only two more days in this bastard, vagabond, vermin ridden, flotsam, jetsam, detritus, vomitus, infected bed bug bite of a year, here are some works I do not love:

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Bitcoin $30,000, Inviting Increased Regulation?

BBBBBBBBBitcoin has been on a run recently with its quoted price as high as $28,288.84 on 27 December 2020. The total value of all BTC is now flirting with half a trillion USD.

Huge consideration — there will only ever be 21,000,000 BTC. Constrained supply in the face of increasing demand? What does that suggest with an Econ 101 beanie on?

Highest price BTC, 27 Dec 2020 – $28,288.84

Lowest price BTC, 5 July 2013 – $65.53

If you have been into BTC for a long time, you likely have a big smile on your face.

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The Rose Bowl Leaves California

Some time ago, we noted that many Californians were leaving the state to move to Texas.

Now, even that most-California of sporting events, The Rose Bowl, is moving to Dallas (Arlington).

When asked why they were moving, the Rose Bowl responded, “Don’t be that guy, the last guy to get the memo. We are going to Texas because we want to be free!”

Rose Bowl Game

Alabama v Notre Dame

4:00 PM, Friday, 1 January 2021

AT & T Stadium

Arlington, Texas

See you there.

But, hey, what the Hell do I really know anyway? I’m just a Big Red Car.

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year!



Merry Christmas, George Washington

Tomorrow is Christmas. I hope you have a merry one, but for those who do not, I offer you a ray of hope.

We are a nation born from a pivotal battle fought on Christmas — the Battle of Trenton (25-26 December 1776).

I believe the Battle of Trenton (there were actually two) was the pivotal battle of the American Revolution.

If our attack had been repulsed, we would not exist.

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Exclusive Interview Nancy Pelosi II

We were minding our own business when a call came in: “Standby, Big Red Car, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the one and only Nancy D’Alesandro Pelosi, would like a word with you. Let me warn you, she’s drunk with victory.”

In the background, I could hear the woman who called me saying, “Your Highness, I have that annoying Big Red Car for you.”

“Hello, Madame Speaker, what an unexpected pleasure,” I said.

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Actual Russian Disinformation

The term Russian Disinformation has been bandied about of late with ZERO credibility, so I thought I might take a second and show you a real example of Russian Disinformation.

Comes now the Russian effort to militarize space. Here is the Russian Disinformation:

 1. Russia and Putin have been running around the globe for years decrying the militarization space. Big alligator tears.


 2. They weep that they want to ban the use of space weapons.

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The Ballad of Mayor Pete, Secretary of Transportation

Every President is entitled to assemble a Cabinet made of those who he/she wants to run the country even in these polarized times.

The Senate has a role in its advise/consent Constitutional duty to ensure the Devil Herself does not get seated, but, in general, a POTUS should be able to assemble his own Gang.

The Biden Gang, thus far, is more than 75% Obama retreads — whilst you may be tempted to cluck at that, who else does the guy know? Come on, man.

One new face in the crowd is this Mayor Pete chap for Secretary of Transportation. Seems an odd choice.

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