Hello. My name is Mr. Groovy and I’m a groovy freakin freedomist. What does that mean? Well, for starters, I’m not a fan of government. I want the government out of my bedroom and out of my wallet. Maybe if government were run by angels I would be more open to socialism. But government will always be run by humans. And I want those flawed beasts, with their penchant for avarice and plunder, to have as little power over me as possible.

Another thing I’m not a fan of is having a job. And it’s not because I frown upon work. Nor is it because I dislike my current job. My problem with having a job is that it gets in the way of doing what I really want to do. For some strange reason I’d rather be hiking Glacier National Park or stuffing my face at a Triple-D joint than solving my employer’s problems.

A groovy freakin freedomist is thus someone who wants to escape from the tyranny of big government and the tyranny of financial dependency.

But wanting to escape from the tyranny of big government and financial dependency is one thing. Knowing how to do it is another. A true groovy freakin freedomist is someone who has broken the freedom code.

Well, I’m a true groovy freakin freedomist. I’ve broken the code. And that’s the point of this blog. I, along with some ample help from Mrs. Groovy, want to teach my fellow Americans how to liberate themselves from the yoke of bumbling bureaucrats and the pointlessness of pointless jobs. So read this blog, heed my teachings, and take a hit of freedom. I guarantee it will be a groovy trip.

P.S. If you would like to contact me or Mrs. Groovy for any reason, here are our email addresses.

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