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Cian Gregory Accuardi Shelley
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Social Capital.

Here's a term i hear thrown around alot, and i have grown fond of it. to me social capital is the resource one achieves from doing work that is outside of the market. work dedicated to making people happy or helping others survive emotionally or socially. the rewards of social capital are easily apparent when you think about it. a poor man with a good heart and a funny personality always has a roof over his head. social capital is chief in it's difference from traditional capital in that it is… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 1:39am — 2 Comments

First Anniversary of the bar in 2020

the first Anniversary part will be rageful (the good kind). we'll have my friend's band and half priced drinks and tons of food from local gardens (the only cheap and delicious source of food in 2020) some of the drinks will be home distilled as well. it will be another oddly sunny globally warmed February in Portland, but it is night time now and we are all inside now, the light and heat coming from dim old tungsten filament light bulbs (retro, for style) and the wood stove in the… Continue

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 5:36am — 2 Comments

My love hate relationship with Bonneville dam

living in Portland most of my power comes from the hydro electric dams that line the Columbia river. these dams have destroyed fish habitat and making salmon fry easy targets for predators. when i was in kindergarten i had the obvious solution: "we have to blow up the lights!" i said. when asked why i said: "because it kills salmon!"

Bonneville dam was built by the army Corp of Engineers during the new deal along with several other dams. among the many people provided work by this… Continue

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 2:34am — 1 Comment

food security for me!

last year in blacksmithing class, while everyone else was making a cool knife, i made gardening tools. don't get me wrong, i love knives, but my grandfather has an extensive collection of them and gives them to me when he has too many. so i made tools. i made two hoes and a trowel.

today i used my hoe to weed a patch of garden and make furroughs for a patch of peas that my housemate Joel and his son planted. so by making that hoe i increased my own food security and that of everyone… Continue

Posted on March 14, 2010 at 1:01am — 4 Comments

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At 11:43pm on March 17, 2010, Wasserperson said…
Cian, thanks for the call to disengage from Panamerican's interrogation. I enjoy that kind of back and forth a bit too much, and often don't realize how toxic it can be to overall dialogue.
At 6:22am on March 16, 2010, Michele Baron said…
Thank you very much, Cian. I try not to write, or speak, unless I have something to say, and then I try not to get bogged down in the process of saying it--with varying degress of success... Enjoy your writing, photos etc.--thank you!
At 2:43am on March 11, 2010, Ayala Sherbow said…
yes... harder... and after following all the links Alchemy gave us I am feeling a bit overwhelmed. almost like: well the answers are all there, what could I possibly contribute?
At 3:42pm on March 9, 2010, Patricio Buenrostro-Gilhuys said…
CIan thanks for the link!!!
At 5:19am on March 9, 2010, Mario said…
Thanks Cian, I'll keep it in mind

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