This is my first concerted effort at blogging ideas and experiences that run through this mass of gray matter called my ‘BRAIN’. My comfort zone usually encompasses computers, technology, movies, and 80’s music. I’ve dabbled in many things throughout my life and met some influential people of whom are President Gerald Ford, Milt Campbell(1952 & 1956 Olympics Decathlon Winner), Bob Proctor(Motivational Speaker), and others that don’t come to mind at 5:20 in the AM.
Save to say, that hasn’t stopped me from being the average U.S. citizen. I put on my pants just like every other American. I did learn from my father who only had a 3rd grade education that you can only rely on one person, and that is YOU. This seems to be true for the most part, but I find that there are a few exceptions to that rule. Rare exceptions, but exceptions nonetheless.
I have just completed my first set of red oak cabinets built from scratch. It took me 6 whole months to renovate my girlfriends home but at 1/5 the cost of buying and hiring it out, there is a definite advantage to D.I.Y. Not to mention I now have the experience.
In the upcoming blog entries I will discuss a few life lessons that I have learned. I may get into a little more about myself and my history. I am currently working on several projects and haave ideas for many more.
I am interested in building my own home CNC Router. This has nothing to do with computer network routers. This is a computer controlled wood routing machine. I believe I can build it for around $700. Consumer and industrial models are available on ebay from $1,500 to $250,000.
Another project is to build a John Bedini Free Energy Generator. The concept of this motor is that it can charge a battery while discharging another at a minute rate. Therefore it can theoretically run forever. Although it won’t be able to power my home at its current scale, it does prove that there is a source of cheap, renewable energy out there.
I am by no means an expert at anything. You’ve heard the idiom, “Jack of all trades, master at none.” That pretty much describes me.