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Gold Part II
Over the weekend I was talking about how it’s my belief that Bitcoin was launched as an alternative to gold and silver. But, it was launched by the globalist elites, not some hermit Japanese guy who wanted to save humanity.
On Wednesday I wrote an introduction into the electric car space, and of course hit on solar, and the various gadgets that we use, all of which need batteries. Batteries are the single most important feature of an electric vehicle ( EV from here out) and battery life, is also one of the more important issues when buying say a laptop. ( or cell phone for that matter)
This is going to be part one of a two part article about EV’s. Love them, hate them, or ignore them, they’re here to stay. But, there’s so much to the story that most people aren’t thinking about, that maybe there’s some way to capitalize on this growth. As always, the issue is “storage” meaning batteries, and it’s the stuff in the batteries that is getting hard to find. So, let’s get through some of softball stuff fist.
Today’s commentary is going to be way way off the normal path. Why? Over the weekend, I got to swapping some recipes with some friends of ours. Then it dawned on me that in 25 years of putting out commentary on just about every topic imaginable, I’ve never put a recipe out. Or, if I have it’s been so long ago I forgot I did.
Anyway, while desperate for the recipe to our friend Karen’s incredible Osso buco recipe, which she sent over Sunday, she asked for one in return. One I didn’t think she’d ever be interested in, caught me off guard. She wrote “Bob, do you know anyone that makes Kimchi?” Bingo. Yes I do.