Have you or a close friend …
Told a joke that didn’t go well?
If so, “Call Your Uncle!” (TM)
Folks, let me tell ya …
There’s a lot of bad advice out there on the internet.
Interview tips by Buck
It can really hit you hard where it counts. And I’m talking your pocketbook. And folks, really, if you want to improve yourself – your going to need a good job. And to get a good job you’re gonna have to interview well. The problem is, most people either don’t know how to interview or they are getting bad advice on the internet.
My advice to you is simple.
Don’t be fooled by their trick questions.
A goal of the Nature Folk Movement (NFM) is to …
Help you put down your phone.
But we also realize the best (and perhaps only) way to reach to you about what to do without your phone and what we all did in the Before Phone (BP) era is through your phone.
We realize that’s a bit of a paradox.
It’s also being pragmatic, too.
If you are looking for a good beach read …
I highly recommend the Centennial Campfire Trilogy.
The trailer may be its best sales pitch
For one, it’s an adventurous tale. Two, it’s a sprawling work that will allow you to really dig in. Three, it will inspire you to reconnect with nature and the natural history around you in a way you haven’t done before. And four, well, I cannot tell a lie – I also co-wrote the book.
One last note:
I highly recommend the paperback books. As they were written in the throwback style of Treasure Island, and meant to be thumbed back and forth in time, the Kindle just doesn’t do the trilogy justice in being able to connect the dots of all the story lines.
Usually in life we like being on the path to progress,
Especially when that means money in the bank.
This podcast features a song and interview with Bobby Angel
And then there’s the odd case of the “tear down.”
In this edition of Firelight Radio, singer/songwriter Bobby Angel digs deep into the meaning of home and what it’s like being on the outside looking in when the land value outstrips the worth of one man’s life work.
The older we get the more we look back …
And the more we shoot for the future to bear a legacy of some sort.
Or is the heart over watching your life’s work get demolished misery misplaced. Maybe our true mark is best found in the hearts and memories of those we touched, not structural moments whether they be houses, physical creations or other namesakes.
That doesn’t make the demolition hurt any less.
As for the musical influences on the song?
Probably Merle Haggard and Woody Guthrie resonate most. But make no mistake, the song and interview are Bobby Angel original all the way.