Ontological Trust Fund Babies

In my past life, when I was a club pro at golf courses, I once worked with this guy named Steve. He’d come in twice a week and fix golf clubs. He’d put in maybe 4–5 hours of work per day. And then he’d leave.

But the thing is, he drove a brand new $60,000 Yukon (this was ten years ago when $60k was a lot). I asked him straight-up one day how he could work 10 hours a week (not even having to talk to…

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Word bearer. Public theologian. Kinda woo woo. Working househusband. Thoughts are my own.

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Jonas Ellison

Word bearer. Public theologian. Kinda woo woo. Working househusband. Thoughts are my own.

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