Our country has lost its collective mind, and it’s no more apparent than allowing pets on airplanes. Before you hit unsubscribe, let me assure you that I appreciate animals like a fine cigar. I enjoy both on the ground and not in a confined sky tube. Comedian Adam Carolla has famously said he will eventually bring Gilligan, his pet pelican, on an airplane just to prove the foolishness of this relatively new privilege.
On my return trip from Arizona, the airline seated me next to a burly man with a tiny dog. I didn’t notice the “service animal” in a small carry-on until my throat and eyes began to react to the scent. You see, I’ve always been allergic to pet dander.
I notified the flight attendant that I’m allergic to pet dander and that I would be self upgrading to business class. Before she had a chance to speak, I turned around and headed for my new seat.
Let me encourage you to do more things like this in your own life. If companies and governments are going to adopt these inane policies, then leverage them to your advantage. They started this war, and it’s up to us to win it!
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Until next week,
You read that correctly. Not my car loan payment. My lone car payment. Today I took our 2004 Toyota Corolla to get it’s annual maintenance. When a car has almost 200,000 miles, you can expect to lay out about $800-1,000 once each year for a new problem or routine maintenance.
This good news is that our Corolla has been paid off since 2009, and has been giving our family nearly free mileage ever since. Each year, I fork over the “lone car payment” from our emergency fund to the local Toyota dealer, and our car is as good as new.
Today I interviewed Craig Hemke to discuss other ways how poor and middle class Americans can get ahead in our bubble economy. Please leave a like and a comment if you like what your hear.
Make sure to open your Goldmoney account before it’s woulda, shoulda, coulda!
Phil interviews Rob Kirby to discuss precious metals suppression, the evils of central banking, the perversions of John Maynard Keyenes and way more!
In episode 67, Phil interviewed his hero Tom Woods to discuss entrepreurship, economics and U.S. financial history. This episode is a testament to the fact that if you keep trying, you too can eventually interview one of your heroes!
According to his blog site, “Dr. Gerard J. Gianoli specializes in Neuro-otology and Skull Base Surgery. He is in private practice at The Ear and Balance Institute, located in Covington, but is also a Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Otolaryngology and Pediatrics at Tulane University School of Medicine. He pioneered treatments for Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence and other vestibular disorders. His private practice has a worldwide reach, with patient referrals coming from all over the United States and from around the world. Dr. Gianoli opted out of Medicare in 2001 and has had a 100% third-party-free practice since 2005. He’s lectured and written extensively (as well as had numerous media interviews) on third party free medical practices and free market medicine.”
In episode 62, Phil interviews The Doc from SD Bullion to talk about the recent moves and bright future for silver. Phil and John cover the hypocrisy of Bernie Sanders and the financial literacy of most Americans.
In episode 61, Phil interviews Jason Burack of Wall Street for Main Street to discuss the troubled global ecomony. Phil and John cover the problems with Tesla and government subsidies. Share us with a friend!
In episode 60, Phil interviewed the silver guru David Morgan to discuss the recent momentum and long-term upside in the silver market. Phil and John cover Brexit and some of the action in the precious metals market since the June 23rd vote. If you like what we’re doing, then please SHARE us with a friend!
Jason Burack of Wall Street for Main Street will be featured in the next post, so be on the lookout!
In episode 55, John and I sat down with Joe Luppino-Esposito to talk about the state of the criminal justice system. Phil also covered the malinvestment and misallocation of resources created by Wells Fargo. Check it out!
More good news! The audiobook to Financial Judo is out. If you know someone who is struggling with money, then send them this FREE audiobook narrated by me.
Finally, I’m always on the lookout for “irrational exuberance” and contrarian indicators. Please share some from your area in the comments section below!