OzoneFarm.com

Picture of face-like rock formation on Mars taken by spacecraft from Earth

OzoneFarm Brand Central (ozonefarm.com) is our “honeypot” and seems to have worked…

The text:

” We are working very hard on the new version of our site. It will bring a lot of new features. Stay tuned! “

I have no idea who registered the domain. (Notice that they misspelled “minutes”…) I hope they keep it like that. When this all comes together, it’ll all make sense. Remember, OzoneFarm is an “Open Brand” or “open-source brand”, which can be about anything, owned and controlled by no one or everyone, and like a wiki it can be edited mercilessly until the cows come home as long as the hosting fees and bandwidth costs get paid. On the farm, purity is important…

From an orphaned Wikipedia article: “The purest form of open source brand is not controlled by any legal mechanism. For example, there is no legal entity that owns a copyright to the hacktivist brand Anonymous.”

We all have our own particular crosses to bear. My crosses are lightweight, thanks to Jesus and His teachings. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for the rapid changes that are afoot in the Don’t Tread On Me Us world of liberated software and hardware. Wearable technology that can be taken off and put back on at will is pretty cool and scary at the same time. Everything we have achieved so far is in good working order and aligned with the general principles that we established back in the 1980s.

Good luck, Ladies and Gentlemen. Mars is going to be fun!

The Telepathic Rodent

Today we’re looking at PETA and humane rodent control to try to reconcile the conflict between killing and non-killing economic models involving animals. The argument has been raised by many practitioners of vegan livelihoods why farmers, ranchers, manufacturers, and any other craft would need to kill an animal in order to survive or even to make a living. Many omnivorous people remain confounded by the question of the “Rise Peter, Kill and Eat” question that is so deep within the human psyche. Separating metaphor from anecdote is where we start:

From PETA: “Sometimes those in power claimed that juvenile or dark-skinned human beings couldn’t feel pain. Sometimes the powerful claimed that their superiority was granted by God. Our society no longer believes that any human being has the right to rape, torture, or enslave another human being for any reason. We accept that all human beings share a fundamental value and celebrate our differences.” — source

Now anyone who grew up with Tom and Jerry on TV knows that the predator-prey model can indeed be funny, but the difference between the screen world and the real world clears up when you are cognitive of how the mouse feels while it’s being eaten alive by the cat – which we never saw on the screen. I remember picking my dog, Duke, up from the side of Highway 60 after he’d been run over by some asshole driving the speed limit but not paying attention. This is the problem… People telling other people how to live, what to eat or wear, where to drive, what they can and can’t laugh at or about… what to deny or accept.

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I know what you’re thinking…

The Telepathic Rodent is OzoneFarm’s publication for dealing with cognitive empathy issues.

Hillbilly Laptop

yellow pencil

An ordinary yellow pencil

Using a piece of stout string or chain, attach a regular pencil to a nice heavy clipboard that holds a good thick yellow legal pad and what do you have?

But you’ll need an operating system. Doodles of inventions, poems, notes, renderings of all sorts, quips and quotes. Heck who needs an iPhone or a Droid? No need for batteries or even a cloak and dagger account with a telecom giant. Who can be trusted?