Ryan Allis, manboy and now full-blown woo, who’s currently taking a Landmark course in San Diego, is selling his $3 million dollar home in San Francisco – he offered Donkey a chance to be “first buyer” – and wants to rent a woo enclave in Encinitas. Everyone has suggested Ryan lease a monstrosity known as Skypad.
Shantitown to the rescue! I suspect any legal agreement drawn up would be as self-serving and murky as whatever contracts exist re: Starhouse, that woo shithole she “owns” (not really) near Boulder.
Speaking of the old raunch, she just sent out an endless, often incomprehensible missive to her listserv. It’s essentially some scam to get in on “sovereign unity,” which is how she is “holding” Starhouse. Is this dried-up raisin behind bars yet?
Ali also posted an eyebrowing-raising share about ayahuasca and suicide – be sure to have someone there when you take hallucinogens so that you don’t off yourself. Thanks for the warning, Timothy Leary. Scammy then suggests folks behave impulsively:
Why I’m going to Costa Rica at what may seem to be the worst time ever, and how it may help you make outside the box choices for your own life.
I just booked my flight for Jen Rode’s Simple Pleasures Retreat at her new retreat center, March 1-7.
The timing is not ideal, as it’s right in the middle of when I am diving deep at StarHouse and raising the money we need to close on our transaction.
And, yet, I am going anyway for a few reasons.
If you find yourself choosing not to attend events or do other things you really do want to do because you don’t have the time or the money, this may help you.
Every single time I’ve had a big uplevel in my own life, it came as a result of me making a choice that seemed to be completely unreasonable, from a time and/or money perspective.
The first time was when I had just started my own law practice, had a breastfeeding 6-month old and a 4-year old at home and with just two weeks notice chose to attend an event 3,000 miles away that would change the course of my law practice forever.
I used frequent flyer miles and took my husband and kids with me to make it work.
Had I not attended that event, I might still be practicing law the old traditional, broken way and never gone on to build a law practice I loved serving families.
Then, when my husband and I divorced and I agreed to give him $4,000/mo in child support and alimony, even though I didn’t have that kind of extra money available.
Blah, blah, blah. Me, me, me. Sorry, Skankatron, I’d prefer not being stranded overseas like your fanboy J. Mathias Bennett, who didn’t even have enough money for airfare to attend a conference but thought it would be a good thing to go anyway. How did that plan end? With this buffoon stranded at an airport and begging strangers on the internet for money to get back to the states.