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Postby Kenguru » Fri Jun 30, 2017 10:57 pm

My name is Ken, and I'm a salmon breeder.
I recently graduated as a professional facility-technician at a salmon-based hatchery.
I saw Luke's video about an older man jumping in excitement like a child when talking about his interests. For once in my life I can relate.
As I earlier today, left my last day at the facility, as my educational contract expired, I felt the freedom of choice.
My professional reputation grants me great opportunities within the industry owned by the state.
My wisdom grants me great opportunities with freedom to choose and create.
Growing up with both older and younger sibling of close age and both sex, I feel like my sense of empathy, sympathy and sentimentality developed early.

It took me over 20 years to find peace and relaxation to free my mind. The past year, I have been aware of nearly every move I have made. It started out as a burden, but quickly became a gift.
I now feel the physics I learned but did not understand as a child. I feel I have an understanding of teaching and learning. I for once in my life had someone wanting to look into MY mind.
I studied electronics for three years without finishing it. Bullied out due to my teeny weeny size. I perfect the professional field of low voltage electronics, but since I did not complete school, I am not qualified...
I have repaired ageless machinery within aquaculture. Not only because of my knowledge of electronics and physics, but common sense. I know others COULD fix it, but they WOULD never dare to try, in fear of failing.

During my time as an apprentice, I received special responsibility tasks, like everything from breaking down a wall, to moving fish from tank to tank. Basically things an apprentice should never be responsible for.
This is becoming a bad habit by the actual uneducated employees in the field. Again, watching Luke's video on "We Are Change", finally made me able to tell people what I ultimately want.
No rules brings fair communal punishment to sinners. Having one community that does anything but support harm or violence, will ultimately become the heart of peace. The heart of progress. The heart of consciousness.
"We're gone, and thanks for all the fish", he said. It turns nostalgia into a serious matter. Makes the broken generation think. 42 wouldn't bother me. I want to use my abilities to progression.
Ernest Hancock
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Re: Aquaculture

Postby Ernest Hancock » Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:57 pm


Thanks for the introduction.

We have been working on the site and the artwork primarily and only now getting ready to make use of the Forums to help participants share with each other. I think the first step is to do as you have and introduce ourselves, our skill sets and interests. All of us behind the scenes are experienced activists with many skills, interests and contacts. Our focus is the promotion of the de-Centralization of Everything as a method of thriving with others of like mind.

More promotional artwork and material (Letters of Marque - back story/myths etc) are being created as a foundation for the skyrocketing of the effort we anticipate. Providing insight and information in your areas of expertise and interest is what we hope to encourage.

You can also Submit links to information and stories as well as generate your own articles to be published via FreedomsPhoenix into the category most appropriate on

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Re: Aquaculture

Postby Kenguru » Mon Mar 02, 2020 3:03 pm

Life got crazy and I'm suddenly a very busy apprentice switchboard engineer at But It saddens me to find out that our company wants to deal with Ulstein China.
As I read through my first post, I feel like I have to point out that I also no longer smoke dope.

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