I’m back from Baltimore, where I delivered the keynote address at the Weston A. Price Foundation’s Wise Traditions 2018 Conference. What a pleasure to give this speech to such a passionate and well-informed group of people. It was such fun, I considered giving the speech a belated birthday present to myself.
I’ve mentioned before that Murphy’s Law always seems to strike when I try to record myself speaking. If the speech goes well, the equipment malfunctions. If the speech doesn’t go well, the recording is perfect.
The camera I positioned in the room shut itself off a few times. Fortunately, the video crew streaming the event to WAP members noticed and turned it back on. (Nice of them, since my camera wasn’t their responsibility.) So you’ll see me fade in and out a few times. No big deal, since the point of the presentation is the slides, not my face. Luckily, the microphone connected to my iPhone didn’t malfunction, so the voice recording was good all the way through.
Anyway, here’s the speech. I’ll write more about the conference later.
To our American friends, have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. To everyone else, enjoy your Thursday.