One-on-One With Richard Nikoley

The first and most important thing to understand about me and how I might help you breakthrough, overcome, advance, or acquire new knowledge and insight is that I am a consummate generalist. Secondly, I’m an autodidactic polymath, which is a fancy way of saying that I have taught myself a fair to modest level of…

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Back to Si Sa Ket Province — Isan, Thailand

— A Touching Homecoming and Reunion The “loads of fun and smooth sailing” getting here is craftily written about here and here. Don’t miss either; both are open public-access. Those two posts and this one serve as as sort of interlude to the series I’m drafting for Members which begins here. Si Sa Ket is…

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Tropical Ocean Swimming and Barefoot Walking

— Ruined By Social and Political Ranting Still sitting in a hotel room, still in Surin—as told in my last—awaiting, yet again, for something to take place that ought to have happened days ago. It’s a boring story involving banks—three of them—and holding your money in the float interminably…the evil fraud-fucks…and I know it’s evil…

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The Story Of a Girl and Her Girls — Interim Update

— Mostly Peaceful Good News… (Yes, she’s a mother of two daughters, aged 13 and 11.) I’d hoped to have out Part 2 by now. Part 1 ended abruptly. I found myself in a nice, loungy-like place with live music and I approached a young 20-something girl. Pretty hot. Vixen looking. Started talking and she…

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The Story Of a Girl and Her Girls — Part 1

— From The Way-Back Beginning (1982) To The Present I’ve taken some time off and caught up with sleep and protein-targeted food. I was a zombie by the time I’d written and published my final post of the end-of-year sale/anti-sale campaign. I was on the verge of just letting the campaign ride that final day…

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