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  1. The Art of Manliness Podcast #133: How to Attain Financial Independence Via the Strenuous Life

    What would you say to a person who told you that you could retire at age 30, never have to work again, and still live a comfortable life, all on a normal salary and without winning the lottery?

    You’d probably call them crazy. Of course that’s not how money works.

    Well, my guest today did retire at age 30, and he did so without making hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. And through his blog, he’s helped other people reach “financial independence” a lot sooner than they thought possible by living a life of “financial badassery.” His name is Pete and he’s the owner of the website Mr. Money Mustache. In today’s podcast, Pete and I discuss how living Teddy Roosevelt’s “Strenuous Life” can help you become financially independent.

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  2. Pockets: Articles of Interest #3

    Womenswear is littered with fake pockets that don’t open, or shallow pockets that can hardly hold more than a paperclip. If women’s clothes have pockets at all, they are often smaller and just fit less than men’s pockets do. And when we talk about pockets, we are talking about who has access to the tools they need. Who can walk through the world comfortably and securely.

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  3. Why Your House Is A Terrible Investment —Interview With James Collins of jlcollinsnh.com

    James Collins from jlcollinsnh.com is interviewed on Radical Personal Finance on the topic of "Why Your House is a Terrible Investment."

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  4. So Money - J L Collins

    Today’s guest is J L “Jim” Collins, a prolific financial blogger who began writing more or less in retirement. In 2011 he wrote a series of letters to his daughter about money and investing so she could learn what worked and even from his mistakes. In the process, he created a gateway to financial independence for her. At the suggestion of a colleague, he created a blog where he posted the letters so they could also benefit his other family and friends. The blog is at JLCollinsNH.com.

    Fast forward to today, the blog has become a go-to for people around the world seeking financial wisdom. And he has a new book out called The Simple Path to Wealth. James has taken the ideas and concepts and crafted them into a roadmap for readers.

    In the interview we discuss his top investment pick of all time. Plus, those letters he wrote to his daughter about money like how did she react and where is she today?

    If you’d like to learn more about James, visit his website jlcollinsnh.com.

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  5. The Talk Show - ‘WELCOME TO DONGLETROPOLIS’, WITH SPECIAL GUEST MERLIN MANN

    Special guest Merlin Mann returns to the show. Topics include the new iPad Pro and the state of iOS as a work platform, the mid-term election results, and holiday parties of yore.

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  6. The Talk Show - ‘HOLIDAY PARTY’, WITH SPECIAL GUEST MERLIN MANN

    Merlin Mann returns to the show to discuss the election, by which I mean we mostly talk around the election. I hope we never do another show again with such heavy hearts, but whatever you think about this election, I think you’ll like this show.

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  7. The Talk Show - ‘JONY WHITE’S UNIVERSE OF OBJECTIVE PURITY’, WITH SPECIAL GUEST RENE RITCHIE

    Rene Ritchie returns to the show to talk about iPad Pro — the new Pencil, the new amazing new hardware, keyboard options, and the OS that in many ways still feels meant for a phone. Also: the state of Apple’s MacBook lineup, and a plea to Apple to please — please — make the small Magic Keyboard in space gray.

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  8. Heavy Petting | Do By Friday

    This week’s challenge: have a holiday party.

    http://dobyfriday.com/111

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  9. Webcomics Weekly Kickstarter 4

    The final Kickstarter-reward episode of Webcomics Weekly. My personal thanks goes out to my co-hosts Kris Straub, Dave Kellett and Scott Kurtz.

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  10. Webcomics Weekly Kickstarter 3

    Dave, Kris and Brad talk about Patreon and “cheating” with digital art.

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