Inverter and a Guitar

Proactive Civil Demonstration

A photograph of me giving a peace speech to children on Laburnum Crescent, in Rochester, NY circa 1990

I am not sure that it is hopeless for me to prevent the apocalyptic riot. I am sure that I require the currency of fame now to do it. My followers on Twitter are not dedicated enough to tweet to John Kerry using the name Transcendia, far as I know, or if so, I am not aware of it.

Twitter is likely the most likely of the Social Media tools that will at the least make Secretary of State John Kerry aware that I demand a resolution of the Economic War with Russia. I don’t think anything I write on Facebook does much at all, if anything. When I answer Robert Reich’s question, “What do you think?” I don’t think he really cares or ever reads, or anyone ever really reads what I wrote.

I do think that if I get in my car, and drive to the front of the local TV station, and get out wearing my Ukrainian Sub Captain’s uniform, wearing my ceremonial sword, and my sidearm, and start playing my handmade chestnut table top piezo electric guitar, singing, or talking chanting, “Ban the Bomb” give the UN an Army, and fund Killer subs and Sea, Earth, Air and Land, Teams that find and kill those who keep Weapons of Mass Destruction, Legalize Work, and Legalize Pot, and make the US Presidential Electoral Democracy into a Parliamentary Democracy, and put Turbines in the Gulf Stream, I will gain the currency of fame that I need.

I am afraid I will get hassled and arrested if I wear my sidearm, and my sword, but if I do, then that increases my fame, so I suppose it will be worth it.

If I was in NYC I would buy a permit again and give another speech either in Dag Hammerskold Plaza, where I did it before, or somewhere else.

I believe that I were to drive all over the state of NC standing outside my car and playing my guitar, I could even win the US Senate seat.

I believe so, and we will see if I have the courage and the strength to do so. To that end I ordered an inverter to turn DC power into AC power. “You can never go wrong buying a tool.” is an operating belief. The inverter for $99.99 is a better expense than if I were to buy a generator, since it will essentially turn the automobile into a generator.

This will give me a nominal 10 amps, which is enough to run a microwave, or a hairdryer. It may well be enough to run the refrigerator. Normally we run the whole house off about 50 amps. 50 amps is 5,000 watts. When running all the three air conditioners in the house the draw is 39 amps.

At any rate I can run the Foot note amp and the Alesis sound processor on at most 15 watts which really is about 1.2 amps. However we bought the inverter instead of firewood because we can salvage and scavenge wood with the 9 amp electric chainsaw. I am thinking I might get the thing to saw up trucking pallets.

So then in my pursuit of the currency of fame, I sent off for an Inverter from Inverters R Us. I trusted “Dan” to recommend the one that will work for my purposes. Dan is at extension 4. When, calling to get the info you need to buy the tool, that is the Inverter, please use my name, and the name of Transcendia, as an experiment.

In my comments to the company I explained in detail that I was pursuing the currency of fame, and for that reason was buying an inverter from Dan. I explained in the comments that my ultimate goal was to prevent the Apocalyptic Riot, and for that I need the currency of fame.

It is likely you could yourself find employment for an inverter.