Dear KAG: 20210331 Open Thread

All part of the same company, and the flight # was 666.

Coincidence?

The power of three and all that.

[If HOPIUM is needed, please ask for directions to the nearest Hopium Den. We’ll be happy to help you out.]

Are we ready for the next act in the Chy-NAH virus that never seems to die?

Oops! Were we supposed to see that?

Probably not, but we are supposed to believe this.

Can you say “GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES?”

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Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 ID: e37132 No.10870492 
Oct 1 2020 11:51:00 (EST)

Spy campaign failed.
Russia Russia Russia failed.
Weissmann [Mueller] failed.
Leaks failed.
Fake news reports failed.
Impeachment failed.
CDC/WHO recommend ‘do not close’ border failed.
______
What if C19 didn’t exist?
Economy today?
Unemployment today?
Trade today [China phase II held accountable]?
Rally POTUS v BIDEN attendance?
BIDEN interview(s) non_basement?
BIDEN question(s) non_basement?
Removal of delay(s) re: Durham (GJ + interview(s) + testimony + DECLAS]?
Removal of BIDEN ammunition P_Debate 1, 2, and 3 [200k dead, down-economy, unemployment, debt, …..]?
Removal of mail-in ballot harvesting + fraud [normal in-person voting]?
Removal of tech [tyranny] censorship [WHO foundation _anti WHO = suspend/terminate [C19 basis]]?
Removal of bailout attempt re: CA & NY [debt solution]?
…………………….
MATHEMATICAL PROBABILITY OF C19 EVENT AS SOLUTION TO ABOVE _PERFECTLY TIMED ‘WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY’ START RE: IMPACT NOV 3 P_ELECTION ADV [D]?
WHO BENEFITS THE MOST?
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/us/politics/trump-cdc-coronavirus.html
WHY DID WH STRIP CDC CONTROL OF C19 DATA?
BIGGER THAN YOU CAN IMAGINE.
Q

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14Then one of the twelve, who was called Judas Iscariot, went to the chief priests 15and said, “What will you give me if I deliver him to you?” And they paid him thirty pieces of silver. 16And from that moment he sought an opportunity to betray him. 17Now on the first day of Unleavened Bread the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Where will you have us prepare for you to eat the passover?” 18He said, “Go into the city to a certain one, and say to him, `The Teacher says, My time is at hand; I will keep the passover at your house with my disciples.'” 19And the disciples did as Jesus had directed them, and they prepared the passover. 20When it was evening, he sat at table with the twelve disciples; 21and as they were eating, he said, “Truly, I say to you, one of you will betray me.” 22And they were very sorrowful, and began to say to him one after another, “Is it I, Lord?” 23He answered, “He who has dipped his hand in the dish with me, will betray me. 24The Son of man goes as it is written of him, but woe to that man by whom the Son of man is betrayed! It would have been better for that man if he had not been born.” 25Judas, who betrayed him, said, “Is it I, Master?” He said to him, “You have said so.”

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WSB

Oh my WORD!!! Did not know about the jet!!

gil00

Me either and the flight number too. Really? Wierd stuff.

cthulhu

Me three, and I’d be interested to know if it did that crossways to a taxiway (which would make the parallelism more complete — you can’t tell from the picture, because there are too few ways of orienting yourself.

cthulhu

Speaking of which, did you see the thing about the British gymnast who had the horrific accident on the uneven bars during Olympic prep? He was parallelized.

TheseTruths

🤭

Technically, men don’t do uneven bars, but parallel bars…but who’s counting? 😊

https://www.liveabout.com/womens-gymnastics-vs-mens-gymnastics-1714801

The major difference between men’s gymnastics and women’s gymnastics is the apparatus on which the gymnasts compete. They share only two events in common: vault and floor. Female gymnasts compete in four events: vaultuneven barsbalance beam, and floor exercise. Men compete in six events, and they do the events in a different order: floor, pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars, and high bar.

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cthulhu

Heh. You can tell my deep and intense knowledge of competitive gymnastics….

TheseTruths

I wasn’t sure but had a feeling and had to look it up. Just change it to parallel bars, and you’re good to go. Or change he to she. (There’s a lot of that going around these days.)

cthulhu

Actually, I was daydreaming about CNC controlled exercise bars and imagining transitions between uneven and parallel bars and high bar….but it seems like many of those transitions would need a change in athlete.

cthulhu

There are a few Cirque du Soleil shows that relied heavily on CNC devices to showcase performers’ talents — Ka’s “flying teatray” and O’s pool come to mind. And the devices themselves are so fun that I wished that I had one to play with….

cthulhu

Glimpses of Ka’s “flying teatray” —

Valerie Curren

men in tights!

Worf is Not a Merry Man! nor will he amuse Q…hmmm!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

“I will not play the fool for Q’s amusement!”

Hey – that was a job for WOLF MOON, not WORF KLINGON.  😉 

Valerie Curren

LOL! so true

Valerie Curren

Well that, of course, brings this to mind 😉

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

That was fun!!!

Valerie Curren

Yes. Peter Sellers gone from us far too soon 🙁

WSB

Are we watching a movie?

gil00

Dunno anymore.

cthulhu

How’s the Apple widget?

WSB

You are so sweet!

Had to do a lot of financial and family things over the weekend but have my windows open to your links and our convo to try tomorrow.

Will keep you abreast of my progress!!!

cthulhu

Sounds great!! I’ve got enough things going on in my life that I’m not focused on that project, but I didn’t want you to think I’d given up on you.

WSB

No, a knight in shining armor!!!!

I just need to focus on connecting the contraptions and reading through the instructions!!!

My tech time is not rocket speed anymore!!! Especially using old parts and forgotten passwords!!! Ha!

pgroup2

TY for the camels.

Deplorable Patriot

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Just want to make absolutely sure this is seen by the right people.

Singingsoul asked about WHY the AstraZeneca vaccine was having a clotting problem – e.g. – might it be due to something like the pill.

This made me dig into the problem, and I may have found a way to treat those cases which are causing problems for the vaccine.

Short answer – the clotting incidents ARE related to the vaccine, but they should be very TREATABLE! And weirdly, just like PRESIDENT TRUMP was treated!

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OMG – you kicked me into a solution for the AstraZeneca problems!

I repeat – there is a way to treat the problem!

Here is my reasoning to the solution…..

Remember how I’ve been likening the spike protein to snake venom? Snake venoms are also proteins, with the main category (hemotoxic) having hematological and cardiovascular effects.

Spike protein-based vaccinations ARE thus totally analogous to snake expert Bill Haast’s self-experiments on building up resistance to snake venom by basically vaccinating himself with it. Totally analogous. He concentrated on NEUROTOXIC venoms (cobras, kraits, mambas), but those are also proteins, and it works the same way.

NOW – back to the AZ vaccine – they actually know what is going on with the AstraZeneca vaccines:

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https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2021/03/rare-clotting-disorder-may-cloud-worlds-hopes-astrazenecas-covid-19-vaccine

A rare clotting disorder may cloud the world’s hopes for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine

By Kai KupferschmidtGretchen Vogel
Mar. 27, 2021 , 10:20 AM

Science’s COVID-19 reporting is supported by the Heising-Simons Foundation.
In the tumultuous rollout of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, all eyes this week were on the United States, where the company had a highly public communication breakdown over the vaccine’s efficacy with an expert panel overseeing a large study in the Americas. But on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, the vaccine faces new concerns about safety as an explanation gains ground for the unusual strokes and clotting disorders recorded in at least 30 recipients.
Many European countries suspended use of AstraZeneca’s vaccine earlier this month following initial reports of the symptoms, which have led to at least 15 deaths. Most resumed vaccinations after the European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommended doing so on 18 March, saying the benefits of the vaccine outweigh any risks. EMA is continuing to investigate the matter and will convene a wide-ranging committee of experts on 29 March.
Now, a group of researchers led by German clotting specialist Andreas Greinacher of the University of Greifswald says the highly unusual combination of symptoms—widespread blood clots and a low platelet count, sometimes with bleeding—resembles a rare side effect of the blood thinner heparin called heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT).
The scientists, who first described their findings during a 19 March press conference, recommend a way to test for and treat the disorder and say this can help ease worries about the vaccine. “We know what to do: how to diagnose it, and how to treat it,” says Greinacher, who calls the syndrome vaccine-induced prothrombotic immune thrombocytopenia (VIPIT). Greinacher has posted a manuscript on the preprint server Research Square.
Even if Greinacher’s mechanism isn’t the whole story, multiple researchers told Science they were convinced the vaccine was causing the rare set of symptoms. If that turns out to be true, it could have major consequences for the vaccine, which is one of the cornerstones of the World Health Organization’s push to immunize the world. AstraZeneca is working with partners around the globe to make and distribute billions of doses in low- and middle-income countries, which might have a harder time identifying and treating rare side effects.

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NOW – here is the important part – what they think it is:

vaccine-induced prothrombotic immune thrombocytopenia (VIPIT)

they are naming it in analogy to something similar from heparin:

heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT)

The key symptom is thrombocytopenia.

Well, I KNEW this was a common symptom of hemotoxic snake venoms, because the word was stuck in my mind from all the reading I did on those things.

So – searching on thrombocytopenia and snake venoms led me to this:

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https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12676300/

Case Reports 

J Emerg Med2003 Apr;24(3):289-93. 
doi: 10.1016/s0736-4679(02)00763-1.

Biphasic rattlesnake venom-induced thrombocytopenia

Steven R Offerman 1J David BarryAaron SchneirRichard F Clark

PMID: 12676300 DOI: 10.1016/s0736-4679(02)00763-1

Abstract

Thrombocytopenia is a common occurrence in moderate to severe crotaline envenomation. The exact mechanism by which rattlesnake venom leads to thrombocytopenia is unclear, but aggressive treatment with crotaline-specific antivenom often leads to resolution of this disorder. Crotalinae Polyvalent Immune Fab (CroFab(TM), Protherics Inc., Nashville, TN) (crotaline Fab) is now available for the treatment of symptomatic rattlesnake envenomation. Although recurrence of thrombocytopenia has been reported in patients after envenomation treated with crotaline Fab, cases refractory to this therapy have not been described. We report a case of severe crotaline envenomation that appears to have exhibited two separate episodes of thrombocytopenia, only one of which responded to antivenom. The second, later phase was refractory to both crotaline Fab as well as traditional Antivenin (Crotalinae) Polyvalent (Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals, Philadelphia, PA) (ACP). By reviewing the literature regarding venom-induced thrombocytopenia, we attempt to explain this “biphasic” phenomenon and the inability of crotaline Fab to reverse this toxic effect.

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Here are the key points:

(1) Thrombocytopenia is a common occurrence in moderate to severe crotaline envenomation. 

These are pit vipers, which include rattlesnakes and most of the venomous snakes in America. They have hemotoxic venoms.

(2) The exact mechanism by which rattlesnake venom leads to thrombocytopenia is unclear, but aggressive treatment with crotaline-specific antivenom often leads to resolution of this disorder.

THIS IS THE KEY:

If aggressive treatment with antivenom works on these snake venoms, then it’s possible that similar treatment of the vaccine clotting patients with antibodies (natural or synthetic) to the exact same or similar stabilized spike proteins would work in the exact same way.

Now – here is some speculation.

IMO the main disadvantage of the mRNA-based vaccines, whether vectored by adenoviruses OR by lipid nanodroplets, is the same as the uncertainty of VIRAL outcomes themselves – there is no real metering of how much spike protein gets made. The “finished spike protein” vaccines like Novavax cannot introduce any more or less spike protein than they originally present. In comparison to Novavax, however, there is more “play” in how much spike protein results from an mRNA jab.

This is not a “forbidding” problem – most early vaccines using live, dead, or weakened viruses, were, to some extent, RNA or DNA vaccines – particularly live or weakened which caused actual infection to occur and then be stamped out. They did not control how much or how many proteins were created, but this would almost always be directly related to the amount of vaccine.

At this point, people should be able to see the problem. There are likely some very small number of people, when MILLIONS get vaccinated, who somehow turn on a small, broken-handled faucet of spike protein – some cells that just keep cranking it out, which “get ahead” of the immunity response to too great an extent, and lead to outlier symptoms.

Basically, spike protein envenomation.

This is fixable!

Treat like snakebite using products like Regeneron and Lilly.

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I really feel like the snake venom analogy is a real workhorse here – it has helped me see a lot of other things with COVID-19.

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Valerie Curren

You might want to copy this, w/ further thoughts, into a stand alone post so it’s easier to find & reference…great insights boss!!!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Thanks – good idea. Maybe tonight, or as an addendum to my next vaccine post, coming soon.

TradeBait2

I absolutely love the way your mind works, wolf. 👍

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Thanks! Retirement is truly a gift to the mind. Too bad I lost 10 or 20 years of it to COVID, but I’ll make the most of what’s left.

Valerie Curren

You’re on quite a roll lately–Spring Fever!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

THIS!!!

Valerie Curren

<3 😉 <3

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

It’s the Mountain Dew in the water dish.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I think you’re right! And its TIME TO BUY MORE!  😉 

I still remember products like RealLemon(TM) when I was a kid, with the little “Time to Buy More” indicator on the side. I used to pester my mom about it, watching the level like a baby hawk.

Kids. The Best Shills Ever(TM).  😂 

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Yep, especially watching cereal commercials on Saturday morning.

In hindsight it was pretty incredible to realize how much of the advertising was for cereal…more so than for toys!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LOL! Cereal. Wow. That was a GENIUS product.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I basically fell out of the cereal habit the minute I moved out of my parents’ place…years later I was absolutely floored to realize how much that shit costs at the supermarket.

singingsoul1

You sound like my kids when they were upset how much butter costs and yes cereal. They all switched back to oatmeal .

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I didn’t fall out because it was expensive; I fell out because I just didn’t care about it. Later on is when I realized that was probably a good move, financially.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

YUP. Same here, though maybe slower.

My final cure of the cereal habit was when I quit smoking and began gaining weight. I realized that the MILK for cereal was giving me a ridiculous amount of calories I was just burning off with tobacco. So I switched to WATER, which takes time to appreciate, but once you get used to it, milk almost ruins cereal by covering up the taste.

Eventually, I just found cereal an inconvenient and mouth-scratchy form of grain – why not a good bread instead?

At that point, bye-bye, cereal.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Makes sense.

If you think of it, why does a box of corn flakes cost so damn much when it’s made of *corn*?

The stuff has to be pure profit for the manufacturer.

Europeans, by the way, think we’re crazy to eat that shit; they tend to go for some sort of sliced deli meat and cheese on bread or crackers. The only reason they put cereal in their hotels is those crazy Americans.

churchmouse

Sadly, even Europe is moving towards cereal now. (sigh)

I would rather have an old fashioned deli spread any day of the week for breakfast.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Yep.

singingsoul1

A good German role 🙂

churchmouse

German rolls are great. So are French croissants. 🙂

singingsoul1

Yes both are good 🙂 Sometimes I make German rolls just because 🙂

churchmouse

Absolutely. Stay true to your roots — and be sure to pass on the recipe and techniques to your children and/or grandchildren.

singingsoul1

Try too 🙂

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

European hotels are always an extreme pleasure for me. The insane claustrophobic elevators with soothing and surprising gear noises and vibrations are a tactile and sonic delight. The odd architectural constraints pushing into the shape of the room make me feel assured that time and memory have their deserved priorities. The balconies which actually have something worthy of seeing, even if it’s just an accidental garden of wildflowers, are actually worth spending time on, and make the cheapest snack feel like dessert at a 5-star restaurant. The bizarre juxtapositions of ancient purposes, classic styles, and modern fashions, make every bathroom visit more memorable than most museums.

And don’t get me started on the breakfasts – just heavenly.

Were it not for the surely comical return of my body home, in a casket dropped five times before getting to the international airport, I could see dying in a European hotel as the way to go. 😀

singingsoul1

For special my kids got Lucky Charm. They would eat the candy out of the box. Captain Crunch was my daughters favorite I bought it it on special occasion. When my daughter was about 30 and came to visit my husband bought for her Captain Crunch. “She laughed so hard and told her father she was past 8.”

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LOL!!! Who knows – maybe American cereals will one day be a cherished cultural landmark. The tourists will flock to Battle Creek, Michigan, to see some of the original box-tops sent by children in the 1960s for their special purchase toys. 😉

Deplorable Patriot

We got Fruit Loops when we were camping. Otherwise it was Cheerios, Wheaties, and Rice Crispies. MUUUUCHHH easier for Mom than bacon and eggs in the morning.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. Bacon and eggs were “special”.

Cereals were also a great “carrot” to get cart discipline going with the kids at the grocery store. The threat of Mom picking the cereals – OH, THE HORROR. 😉

Deplorable Patriot

And yet, when the twins were a year old or so, my mom cooked them coddled eggs every day.

singingsoul1

Nothing is better than German Broetchen 🙂

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

…oh, and probably the first “high powered” coin auction I ever sat in on served Jolt Cola or coffee. I hadn’t even at the time realized Jolt Cola still existed.

I never did acquire a taste for coffee, so…well, the Jolt Cola wasn’t enough to get me to bid on one coin I *should* have, so I guess their strategy failed. (I didn’t regret a single one of the purchases I *did* make.)

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

There are too many beautiful coins in this world!

I think every kid who collects coins benefits. They’re like little probes of WOW that you can fire into the past like bullets of historical radar, and they bounce back and say “yeah this time and all that stuff really happened – would you like another?”

HELL YES!

Coin collecting makes history REAL, kinda like hunting makes guns, meat, life, death, war and peace REAL. They both teach RESPECT. Even to disrespectful horrible people like me! 😉

yucki

I used to collect stamps.
History, geography, and art!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Stamps are wonderful, too! 😀

churchmouse

I did that, too! 🙂

Valerie Curren

I thought wolves were free range drinkers, except on Fridays, of course!

Aubergine

I’m still never taking a “vaccine” for a virus I have a 99.7% chance of surviving!

This is the part I just don’t understand. I don’t understand perfectly healthy people taking the flu shot either.

Are we really such wussies that we just can’t risk ever being sick? Even knowing the risks of the vaccines, and what they put in them (dead babies)?

Our society is in such a steep decline that it makes me very sad. I wish I had lived 200 years ago. I would have fit in better.

singingsoul1

My doctor son told me “he has not seen anyone with the flu. ” He said “in a strange way the flu is gone.”
My daughter the physical chemist told me “that is not good that there is no flu now scientists do not know what vaccine to make for next year.”I know I wonder a lot .
I am now wondering . What about if the flu has been created and let loose every year.
This year they do not need to let the flu loose we have covid instead? What about if the Chinese retched up the epidemic to another level since the flu was fairly well under control?
Does anyone wonder why there is no flu this year?

Deplorable Patriot

I keep saying this and no one wants to believe it, but what was labelled “COVID” after all the testing was labelled Influenza A before that got ramped up. And it was a NASTY bug.

CMinTN

Back when we first got it, before Christmas in 2019, my cousin was diagnosed with influenza A while his wife was diagnosed with influenza B. Both were sick at the same time. I had a little stomach issue and slight fever. Wife was sick to jer stomach for a day or so.

Deplorable Patriot

I was sick to my stomach for two weeks.

Emeraldstar

This lines up with the screen-cap of a Fox graphic, put up yesterday (by Wheatie, IIRC), that there were 38 *million* cases of flu in winter 2019-2020, but less than 2 *thousand* for winter 2020-2021.

And, I’ve read at least a couple times from the anons an article from independent docs who did their own diligence, and all the positive tests sent to be tested again – independently – came back ONLY influenza-A or influenza-B.

Coronavirus, of whatever strain, didn’t show up *anywhere*.

Wish I’d saved the article – I’ll search a bit with keywords to try to dredge it up, because it struck me at the time … and it substantiates what you say in terms of it being named “flu” BEFORE the hysteria began.

The BS is piled HIGH and DEEP, a daisy-chain of fraud.

Deplorable Patriot

That’s what doesn’t sink in with those who have set in place confirmation bias. There is no penetrating it on this. If COVID DID exist, it was that bug that came through in fall 2019 that had the sense of smell issue (yes, mine did disappear for a bit) and a cough that lasted two months. We didn’t have a name for it then, though.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Here is how I can make both sides correct on this.

My independent view on this is that the “sense of smell” issue is fairly diagnostic for “coronavirus” but not “COVID-19”. I had something back around 2010 that was very similar to COVID-19 that affected my sense of smell strongly, and I am sure it was a corona, but probably not SARS or early COVID – easiest explanation is just one of the 4 prior coronas.

All of this stuff about flu and COVID-19 is explained by what amounts to a psychological operation, pretty much what you are saying.

(1) After years of the flu vaccine, most remaining ILI (influenza-like illness) cases – what people called “flu” – were not flu – but what they WERE was one of the 4 prior beta corona viruses. Remember back then, when most flus tested NEGATIVE for being flu per se? I remember that time – it seemed like the tests for flu almost always came back negative for “true influenza”. Why? That was the work of the flu vaccines. They were WORKING. But the medical socialists LIED to us about that interpretation (not the data).

Repeat – most “flu” was not influenza per se, due to success of the true flue (influenza) vaccine – and thus what people got and called “flu” was now mostly the 4 prior coronas.

(2) Knowing that the coronas were what was left, but also knowing that society was largely ignorant of it, a psyop was concocted, to pass off the remaining coronas as a plague, to gain societal control, and move the industry to a new, profitable shot.

The way to do that is to introduce ANOTHER – fifth – weak beta coronavirus, but let people worry that it might be really bad. These things are all genetically very similar, constructing very similar proteins, having very similar architecture. There is much cross-immunity already. The TESTS only need to be just a bit bad, and they will pick up garbage from the 4 prior coronas and boost the numbers.

(3) In this way, the existing “flu that was not influenza per se, but the 4 dominant coronas” was then SOLD as THE NEW STRAIN, even though many of the “cases, cases, cases” had EXACTLY the same symptoms that corona viruses had always had, just like my case in 2010. And here is how that worked. If you do the PCR properly, the existing coronas are differentiated. But cook too long, and the older ones are picked up.

(4) Now, here is the kicker, and in a just world, the people who KNEW THIS would go to prison.

The Harvard and MIT groups who proved that the COVID-19 “one of five” beta coronavirus gives genetic incorporation of NON-WORKING but TEST-ACTIVATING *FRAGMENTS* – a beautiful work that pisses off certain interesting pro-vax zealots for very suspicious cat reasons – leads me to believe that the OTHER 4 may do so as well. That explains why people who had had the other coronas were triggering antibody tests.

SO – we are now seeing the reality. Bad tests of both REAL FLU and CORONAS are blurring things, as are the viruses themselves, which leave test-activating fingerprints on our genomes.

Fauci and his ilk tried to sell us discrete, binary true/false statements that didn’t exist, but the reality is even worse.

They wanted a new vaccine paradigm – coronas – and they LIED about the old one – influenza. Flu vaccination of real influenza had largely worked, but they didn’t want compliance with the vaccine to drop, so they LIED. We were then left with coronas, mostly, and they used a new strain of those to create a psy-op for new vaccine tech for not only the “next” industry vaccine paradigm – “let’s vaccinate against coronas, too”, but also “ground floor” gene therapy. And they POLITICIZED it all to create a crisis for a combined government and corporate win.

Once you see that big picture, which really explains the whole thing, it’s hard to unsee.

In essence, the true flu “disappearing” reveals the really big, long lie that the flu vaccine wasn’t working. And what was left – 4 corona viruses – were brand-shifted into a new corona – COVID-19.

They can’t FEAR-MONGER with public health SUCCESS – only with FAILURE and “WE MUST DO MORE”.

singingsoul1

Yes it is and was.
I had covid I think it settled in my chest sinus and swollen ankles.
Smell was strange and still today I suddenly smell something that is not there sometimes pleasant other times not.
My husband’s students had something they could not explain last year.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Alteration of change of smell is very likely a coronavirus.

Aubergine

I wonder, and your thought about deliberate release is a good one. And scary.

singingsoul1

One has to wonder. I drive my family crazy wondering they are data driven and lost the wondering 🙂

Emeraldstar

>>”deliberate release”<<

This Cover-thingy likely isn’t their “first rodeo” when it comes to MAKING people sick, so that they can offer an expensive vax (“flu shot” – annual, no less!) to profit off the misery.

Perhaps they’ve not only been holding back cures, but also *introducing* the diseases.

I suspect that our investigations will continue to provide worse and worse revelations.

XVII explicitly said that this would be the case – that it would seem progressively un-real.

Btw, I’m glad I stayed out of the arguments last night (following the mantra to “lurk moar!”)

Emeraldstar

*Covid*-thingy

I gotta figure out how to disable “auto-error” (also called “auto-correct”).

Aubergine

There were arguments last night? About what? Did I miss something?

Emeraldstar

No.

No you didn’t.

As is your wont …

Aubergine

Hmmm. You must mean earlier then.

scott467

“Does anyone wonder why there is no flu this year?”

____________

Covid eats flu like Pac-Man eats those little white pellets maybe?

singingsoul1

That is a funny thought 🙂

yucki

Kinda. It’s all theoretical, at this point, but maybe…

Viruses compete. One can block the replication process of another.

If we can just work out the sorting process, we might outsmart the viral armies – even as they’re marching at us from CHYna.

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Sadie Slays

Reminder that the 2017-2018 flu season was one of the deadliest in years. Even the media was forced to admit that year’s flu vaccine was less than 10 percent effective. I strongly suspect foul play. Either they released a super nasty strain of the flu, or they tampered with the vaccinations somehow. Every person I knew who got the flu shot that year got really sick from the flu.

singingsoul1

I did and it was bad.

churchmouse

Yes, but the US and the UK combined COVID-19 with flu stats in October 2020. An interesting development.

Statisticians can do whatever they like. Hence, no ‘flu.

I also read that when a stronger virus dominates, a weaker virus, like the ‘flu, disappear for a season or two.

I very much doubt ‘flu is dead. Figures might just be lower for this year.

singingsoul1

Lets see what happens next year. We live in uncertain times for sure

yucki

Common Cold vs COVID19

Some viruses are known to compete in order to be the one that causes an infection. And University of Glasgow scientists say it appears cold-causing rhinovirus trumps coronavirus. The benefits might be short-lived but rhinovirus is so widespread, they add, it could still help to suppress Covid. 

Think of the cells in your nose, throat and lungs as being like a row of houses. Once a virus gets inside, it can either hold the door open to let in other viruses, or it can nail the door shut and keep its new home to itself. Influenza is one of the most selfish viruses around, and nearly always infects alone. Others, such as adenoviruses, seem to be more up for a houseshare.

There has been much speculation about how the virus that causes Covid, known as Sars-CoV-2, would fit into the mysterious world of “virus-virus interactions”.…

If rhinovirus and Sars-CoV-2 were released at the same time, only rhinovirus is successful. If rhinovirus had a 24-hour head start then Sars-CoV-2 does not get a look in. And even when Sars-CoV-2 had 24-hours to get started, rhinovirus boots it out.

https://www.bbc.com/news/health-56483445

yucki

Human rhinovirus infection blocks SARS-CoV-2 replication within the respiratory epithelium: implications for COVID-19 epidemiology

Abstract

“Virus-virus interactions influence the epidemiology of respiratory infections. However, the impact of viruses causing upper respiratory infections on SARS-CoV-2 replication and transmission is currently unknown.

Human rhinoviruses cause the common cold and are the most prevalent respiratory viruses of humans. Interactions between rhinoviruses and co-circulating respiratory viruses have been shown to shape virus epidemiology at the individual host and population level. 

Here, we examined the replication kinetics of SARS-CoV-2 in the human respiratory epithelium in the presence or absence of rhinovirus. We show that human rhinovirus triggers an interferon response that blocks SARS-CoV-2 replication. Mathematical simulations show that this virus-virus interaction is likely to have a population-wide effect as an increasing prevalence of rhinovirus will reduce the number of new COVID-19 cases.” 

https://doi.org/10.1093/infdis/jiab147

singingsoul1

Wow that sounds interesting ! Thank you for sharing.

yucki

Where Did Flu Go? | Viral Interference, Explained

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Thanks for that!

CMinTN

Agreed! Wife and I will not take it either.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Stick to your guns on this. I have an upcoming post you’re gonna like.

RedLegLeader68

Never had a flu shot in my life!

yucki

And I get one every year!

Deplorable Patriot

Still not taking it OR “the pill.” Both are dangerous on multiple levels, including psychological.

singingsoul1

I never took the pill. My mother had thrombosis problems and I saw what it did to here legs.

Emeraldstar

I distrust even the *tests*.

What if the test gives one the virus? (Whatever the “virus” is …)

When the “experts” are lying about so much, I think it wise to distrust EVERYTHING they say.

Grandmaintexas

This. This! This!!!

singingsoul1

I thought about that. I thought the tests could be contaminated. I know I am paranoid.

churchmouse

‘I thought the tests could be contaminated.’ At this point, I wouldn’t discount the possibility.

BTW, I do not think you are paranoid. Anyone who isn’t asking questions about the past year is weird.

singingsoul1

Asking questions is good.

churchmouse

Always.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

You should. Maybe half the test sites were screwing up and running PCR tests too long, generating false positives. When that was discovered, I just shook my head. It’s like we were waiting for guns – waiting for guns – waiting for guns – and they arrived with no ammo.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

AMEN. Very few get this about the pill.

When medicine and Big Pharma pushed the pill to REGULARIZE even healthy women’s periods in the 1980s, it was a huge psy-op. It basically gave women a reason to stop worrying about more than just their virginal irregularity – it provided cover for letting temptation in the front door on weekends, and not worrying about THAT, too.

The irregularities of fertility are to some extent NORMAL, but by forcing perfect regularity as a desideratum, the industry forced PRODUCT and the social engineers forced OPPORTUNITY FOR SOCIAL CHANGE.

Pretty much the same thing to doctors as “stop worrying about things and just take this antidepressant you probably don’t really need, but…. *kaching*”. MOAR PRODUCT goes out the door.

I remember when even “women of virtue” started advertising that they were on the pill for medical reasons – sometimes even before the first date. I felt like the reasoning went both ways. In some cases, it was “yeah, you’re going to find out I’m on the pill, but don’t get any ideas, boy”. In other cases, health disclosure was clearly advertising a feature, not a bug.

cthulhu

Karl’s latest covid update — https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=241902 .

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I think that was copied from something else I’ve seen, but the comments are excellent.

The best comment:

“Top tier doom porn!”

cthulhu

*sigh* Where’s FG&C when he could do a “Doomfag Rant”?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

He’s out there, and I will keep praying that he continues to have many wonderful hours up in the air, where he should be. If anybody dares to ground him, I will offer up myself as a plaintiff’s witness, and we will tear those assholes to ribbons in court. He can then retire with his own personal fleet.

Never run from these evil Bidenazi fuckers. EVER.

cthulhu

I hope he’s flying free without constantly looking over his shoulder.

He’s a good guy and a patriot, and it’s an indictment of our times that this might be a problem for him, professionally.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Amen!

Aubergine

I liked this one:

“I am done with the insults and hatred from my wife and other Karens. If this vaccine kills 90% of the population, so be it. It least the hateful voices shrieking conspiritard will be silent.”

Tonawanda

I liked that one too!

I VERY nicely and softly warn everyone I talk to about the risks when they say they are getting the shot, and in EVERY single case so far I have been disdainfully waved away, even by friends and relatives, and even by Trump supporters who are normally aware of things. The brainwashing is irremovable.

But for those who are not going to get the shot, they are highly informed about the risks. Simple curiosity about one’s fate seems to make a difference.

But we have become an uncurious society.

Deplorable Patriot

I’ve learned my lesson on warning others. They have to learn the hard way. No one is going to listen to me except my mother, and a couple of siblings. The fact that so many are enamored with the “expert” culture is the real issue. They depend on someone else to do their thinking for them.

Tonawanda

Usually I mind my own business, but I feel some sort of moral obligation. And you are right about people outsourcing their thinking.

scott467

“But we have become an uncurious society.”

__________

Which is curiouser and curiouser…

Tonawanda

LOL!

Emeraldstar

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Emeraldstar

Yes!!!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LMAO!!!

cthulhu

Brought forward from someone else’s post yesterday….

https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/great-unvaxxed-fictional-look-what-lies-ahead

Grandmaintexas

Scary.

Tonawanda

Only too possible.

(And I HATE the word “jab” now!)

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LOL! I’ve learned to love “jab” like a bad but trendy haircut that my wife likes, that makes me look ridiculous but younger.  😉 

Elize

Thank you DP, I got a good chuckle from the BBee tin foil.

I’m currently rereading Gibbons Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire and I started a 1 year chronological bible in January. We humans sure do repeat our historical screw ups a lot.

If I were to ask how many politicians and their cohorts had uttered Matthew 26:15 to someone the list would be shorter if I asked instead, which of them hadn’t.

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Grandmaintexas

Interested in Gibbons. Old copy? Is it still in print?

cthulhu

Way out of copyright — probably available online.

Grandmaintexas

Thank you! I forget about that site.

Tonawanda

Aubergine gives GREAT advice below about Abebooks. Another one is Allibris Books.

Great alternatives to Amazon etc.

cthulhu

Ummmm….Abebooks is owned by Amazon.

Tonawanda

Oh no! Oh well, TY for putting me right!

How about Alibris? Now I wonder.

Elize

I still have my old book copy but I also have it on my kindle. At the moment I’m reading using the kindle.

TheseTruths

The lawyer accused by Matt Gaetz responds:

https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/matt-gaetz-under-investigation-for-alleged-sexual-relationship-with-underage-girl/

Gaetz told Fox that the former DOJ employee going after him was David McGee, now a lawyer at Beggs & Lane. In an interview with The Daily Beast late Tuesday night, McGee said any reports of extortion involving him or his firm were “completely, totally false.”

“This is a blatant attempt to distract from the fact that Matt Gaetz is apparently about to be indicted for sex trafficking underage girls,” McGee said.

IF a man dated a 17-y-o and paid for a hotel or flight or something for her, that used to be called something else besides sex trafficking underage girls, didn’t it? Like maybe statutory rape? It looks as if someone is trying to distract from all the real sex trafficking that is going on, and no doubt more now with the border open.

cthulhu

Between the major law firms, Uniparty Congress, Stasi bureaucrats, a Fraudulent in Chief, and corrupt courts, it’s really tempting to ask, “can’t they both lose?”

But in this case, there’s Gaetz, who is one millimeter better than the rest of his sorry ilk — and McGee, who is Yet Another Beltway Slimeball (YABS). I guess I have to root for Gaetz.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. DOJ has a longer rap sheet than Gaetz, IMO.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yeah, the whole thing about “trafficking” is now very weird – it’s like a “conflation term” to hide whatever is really going on.

For example, all these seem to be “child trafficking” now:

  • having sex with jailbait (older teens)
  • having sex with underage hookers
  • actual pedophilia (pre-pubescent children & infants)
  • any of the above as DOJ or CCP entrapment
  • moving children from 3rd world for sex trade
  • coyote bringing kids into USA as DACA anchors
  • child custody kidnappings
  • trading children for tech with gray aliens

I’d like to know the full story on the Gaetz thing.

cthulhu

Not to mention

It’s all trying to muddle things so that actual purchases of children to ship to other countries as sex slaves is punished as lightly as a high-school kiss and squeeze.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I had not thought of that angle, but yeah – why conflate all this stuff? Why isn’t DECONFLATION of them a “top tier issue” for some congressperson looking for a fundraising opportunity?

Aubergine

It’s the same thing as #metoo.

It degrades the severity of rape by equating it with slap-and-tickle.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

AMEN!

It all seems to be part of narrative control. WE as a people are not being allowed to control morality and culture. So the left oscillates in whatever direction gives them or allows them to retain the most control.

Is society prudish or just sane? You need sexual revolution! Is society getting comfy with sex? Men are beasts! Rein them all in! Not good enough! Everything is rape! Why is everything rape? Repression! You need sexual revolution – as long as it’s gay or trans!

Control the media, to control the perception of the normal, to control people.

Valerie Curren

& this one from the other direction

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There is something really amazing about watching this now. I can actually watch it and be OUTSIDE of the WEIRDNESS of it. I’ve achieved some kind of separation from the Fake Entertainment. It’s like watching a tribal dance segment on National Geographic.

Valerie Curren

It’s like years & decades of desensitization have disappeared & we see & hear this stuff w/ new insight…& horror!

Valerie Curren

Or this one that seems to be referring to either barely out of 16 or barely into 18, but either way just a “baby”…sick w/ our newer eyes, hmmm

TheseTruths

Must admit I hadn’t considered that last one…

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

It’s standard UFO lore about the first secret “treaty”. The “nicer” and “more moral” ETs allegedly refuse to bargain technology with us Injuns, but evidently one brand of less discerning ones traded some junker craft and various “beads and trinkets” for human children who would serve as planetary ambassadors. Which, IMO, was far more likely to be cover for creating a breeding population of humans to send back here as spies and ringers to exert influence.

I have my own reasons for wearing tin foil on the ET question, but I tend to be conservative on what I believe. Roswell, Lazar, and some of the early standard lore which was backed up by later connections strike me as real. A lot of other stuff, not so much.

RedLegLeader68

Agreed!

Grandmaintexas

Here’s another one:

cthulhu

Actually, the lyric “I’ve aged a year since then” brings up several extremely valid points.

I can’t speak for the ladies, but I know that my life was, “girls, cooties”; then “girls, aliens”; then “girls, the most fascinating thing in the universe” as the Jolt Cola [“all the sugar and twice the caffeine”] of super-carbonated hormones galumphed through my body. I suddenly felt high about any female that allowed me with six feet, and imprinted on any that I could touch faster than a gosling with an elderly Austrian zoologist.

Some of us married them and are happily married still, but the rest of us have moved on….but there is still an attraction to that imprint. And what characteristics does that imprint have? They are young females around the age where young males awaken.

cthulhu

It should be noted that the Oneida Colony — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oneida_Community (1848 – 1878) — held that women over 40 were expected to “mentor” adolescents through their imprinting years. Records are sparse as to how well that worked.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Why does upstate New York just draw so much WEIRDNESS? I’m thinking NXIVM.

Tonawanda

And Onieda, and Chautauqua, and Joseph Smith.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

YUP.

Something about the Finger Lakes, and Hunter Biden’s tattoo, too. Just – WOW.

Grandmaintexas

OMG. As a former resident around the Finger Lakes, you just made made me LOL.

The characters around there are something else.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

And that’s not even counting the insanity of Ithacoids, with both Cornell Institute of Marxism and Leninism, and Rod Serling College there.

It’s almost as if there was something in the water that made people want to start sexually libertine religions, sects, colonies, and communes!

Temptalium-69! High levels! Get your water filters, or you’ll be joining the next NXIVM!

cthulhu

Note that jailbait can be either pedophilia (sexual interest with prepubescent children — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedophilia ), hebephilia (sexual interest with early pubescents — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hebephilia), or ephebophilia (sexual interest in late adolescents — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ephebophilia…which, interestingly, is not considered a mental illness, but is still a legal problem).

cthulhu

Note also that pedophilia induces vomiting, there is major cringe in hebephilia, and ephebophilia is more like, “you knew the rules…..”

Deplorable Patriot

Always accuse the other side of what you are doing.

gil00

There was a huge effort to move prostitution and its cohorts into the trafficking realm bc the pimps were getting out and not having consequences.
I know here in CA, they convince girls to run away from home or plie girls who are in foster care(esp these) to make money, and then hold them in motels, advertise on craigslist, etc, drug them up, all that.
The sentences are supposed to be firm, but selectively is whats happening.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Interesting. THAT makes sense. Pimps definitely need the trafficking charges. THEY are a huge problem. And they need serious prison time, “color” or “no color’.

gil00

Yep. The girls in foster care are where they get them. Frequently other fosters recruit.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

UGH!!!

singingsoul1

Maybe Goetz was set up by a 17 year old who was shy a couple of days of 18?
Some girls look like 20 or older and they are only 16-17. They look used up already at that age and have exspience like a 30 year old one. We had a girl in the neighborhood who looked behaved older and dated older guys.
The FBI the political apparatus needs to take Goetz out.

Tonawanda

This is true: local police in conjunction with NY State sent a girl into busy RESTAURANTS (not bars) which served alcohol. She ordered food and a glass of wine.

She looked older than 21, but alas, she was 20 and 3/4s, and her ID showed she was born in the “right” year, only she was several months away from her birthday. About a dozen restaurants got caught before the word got out.

I spoke to the prosecutor (whom I knew) and he said he and the cops were disgusted by the “sting.” But that did not stop the prosecutions.

My complete guess is that some local power broker knew Cuomo and had a revenge operation run on someone he wanted to hurt.

singingsoul1

Men need to be very careful in today’s climate. Men can be victimized also just as women.
In your story the restaurants.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. Sounds like Gaetz realized it was a set-up at some point and forced it back on Dodge and Fib.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

The thing is, this sounds a LOT like what Rosenstein was supposedly doing with his dirty tricks squad, or the people who allegedly compromised Pence by feeding “illegally young stuff” into his “gladiator movie nights with the increasingly younger men”. It’s straight out of the Lin Wood whistleblower testimony.

Gaetz would be an easy set-up, because he was clearly dating hot younger women. Dodge and Fib can slip some assets into that mix, and then throw some LYING young women. A lot of 17-yo women look 20’s and a bit scuffed from wear, TBH. Gaetz would be easy to fool if he wasn’t demanding ID and doing background checks like Adam Kinzinger (who was dating a very hot Russian gal).

cthulhu

The reality is, people mature at different rates — which always pissed ME off because I skipped second grade and later had to deal with “driver training” courses when I couldn’t so much as get a “learner’s permit”. Numerical age-based cutoffs are entire BS, in my view, because I was so frequently closed-off on the wrong side of them.

In addition, I was over at a HS friend’s condo hanging at the complex’s swimming pool when a buxom young lady in a bikini keyed-in through the gate and made her way across the enclosure. As the saying goes, she was built like a burlap bag full of bobcats and had it TO-gether, and my eyes were tracking and trying to take it all in independent of my cerebrum….when my friend leaned over and quietly said, “Nice, eh? She’s fifteen.” *record scratch*

Humans, like every other living being, have certain “built-in functions”. These functions act at a far more primitive level than looking at calendars. Stupid human laws that worship calendars and timetables are very likely to go crossways with them.

cthulhu

And, as with the musical clues above, biology strongly votes for 17.

Incidentally, Heloise and Abelard? — she was probably 15. Her male relatives exiled her to a convent and castrated him when their son was born. He spent the rest of his life as a cloistered monk.

mollypitcher5

cthulhu~
I just walked in the door from a trip up in your stomping grounds (I think)..the Bay Area , San Mateo, Cupertino..up that way ?

Not a fun trip even though it was nice to see so many places I remember from another life.
My (former) SIL was given only a couple weeks to live and I love her still for helping me navigate being married to her dufus brother and being the one that spoiled my kids rotten.
Anyway, the minute I got there the hospital dumped her out. Once they can’t do more MRIs and CTs and Chemo..blammo get out. The only place she was able to go was a nursing home/rehab place with ridiculous visiting restrictions.
3 visitors in the entire building at a time, with an appt only for scheduled hour slot, have to have a cv test…all that way , 500 miles and couldn’t see her. Bummer.

cthulhu

Oh, Molly, I am so sorry….I live in Santa Clara, and it is one of several ground-zeroes for covid idiocy. I didn’t vote for any of these schmucks, but I am embarrassed to live among people who did.

mollypitcher5

Yeah I noticed, weirdly, the further north we drove the more nutso the mask wearing. Everywhere, in the car, in wide open spaces, in parking lots…strange because in my San Diego bubble a lot pf people only wear them for the absolute musts like going in a store and even then..they’re half on, noses hanging out.
Thanks for the sorry..I’ll miss her a lot

cthulhu

Any hints to help direct a prayer toward her soul?

cthulhu

Without such guidance….

Dear Lord, there is a soul in this vicinity who is battling with a mortal illness. I have no direct connection, but my sister “mollypitcher5” is her sister-in-law.

I entreat thee, dear Lord, to have mercy on her soul. I ask that You bring healing and wisdom to her kin, and salve the pain of her loss. I pray that Your Grace, bound by the sacrifice of Your Son, ease her way into Eternity.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Amen.

gil00

Thats truly sad. Just…wrong.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

See, that’s the thing. I read those Epstein depositions, and it’s like I knew those girls. That’s why I’m positive that testimony is real. Epstein was just like the older guys who would slide in on girls in our peer group when I was a teen, and a lot of these gals had NO PROBLEM letting themselves be hit on by middle-aged guys.

Some of these Epstein types were very smooth operators who would befriend us teen boys, which I now realize was probably to meet the girls. I found it interesting that Epstein seemed to change his M.O. from something where there were more boys involved, to working almost exclusively through pimpy ladies like Ghislaine, modeling referrals, and literal “girl scouts” who would bring in the new girls for cash. He cut out the teen boys – probably a smart move – fewer witnesses.

My first GF was 14 going on 28. I was 16 and had just gotten wheels. She was a good person, but my mother – impossible to fool – instantly spotted her for trouble.

No WGTTs, but she looked like a hippie princess from a movie. Gorgeous gal. But I was a little Johnny Depp, and I was WORKIN’ IT, baby!

She was a kind of tragically good-hearted but free-spirited mall rat, headed for a rough life. Too smart to be a bimbo, too friendly and pretty for her own good. She was a broad in the making. A beautiful personality. A good-timer.

She had dated guys older than me already, but unlike some of her friends and “frenemies”, she was wary of guys in their 20s. I think she appreciated my relative innocence. Rumor was that she had “seen the doctor” a few times already (at not quite 15), whereas I was the gent of the crowd, and wasn’t looking for home runs. Eventually, that got in the way, but we had a fine romance before a more obliging friend stole her.

Good times. It felt like the movies. The beauty of youth was NOT wasted on us.

Anyway, after that, I got my REAL high school girlfriend. The first time I saw her, I just melted. She had real class. Totally different world. I didn’t deserve her, either.

Life is beautiful, my friend. Beyond all the trials and tragedy, those beautiful moments and good yet broken people – God saw it all, and it was good.

cthulhu
Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

{{{instrumental}}}!!!

cthulhu

Who’s not afraid to Try New Things….

Like all of Steely Dan, it’s beautifully produced — but this song really dovetails with Epstein’s girls in a very skeevy way.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

They SOLD that crap to us back then. Directly – right past our parents.

Ang Lee recaps all that cultural Marxism in The Ice Storm (the film). The “sexual revolution”.

I mean, think about what it was, even in flyover. Kids knowing how many abortions each other had. Now, as an adult, I realize how much Fake News, Fake Entertainment, and Fake Education control the Fake Normal of kids. Our morality was HEAVILY influenced by all that crap.

The Trump years WOKE US UP – otherwise we would not even have any cultural reference.

The whole California experience was born from that. My friends who moved there young – EVERY one of them fell into a sexual rabbit hole with some kind of Epstein angle. Dude whose first “experience” was with a middle aged lady. Gal marries a guy twice her age. Gal with a brain who became a consort to older millionaires. Dude who became a movie financier because of some freak random encounter with an amazingly beautiful actress that changed his life.

When I was out there, doing the nature thing, I encountered HUNDREDS of trophy couples “on the trails” – it was WEIRD. Guys with women a fraction of their age. Where does that all come from? It was bizarre.

And it was WORSE with these rock and other music types. Gene Simmons, in a wig, chasing random 20-ish tail during an INTERVIEW because it WALKS BY, and it’s ON FILM. (I forgot where – maybe Decline and Fall: The Metal Years).

Communism did such a number on us. I mean, good GRIEF.

singingsoul1

Good memories 🙂

I met my husband in Germany DDR of all places when I was 16 he was 19.
We only had a two hour conversation at my great ants home. He got my address and we wrote for 3 years. He knew he was going to marry me he was so smitten. I thought he looked unfinished 🙂
I was invited to the US by his parents. We were engaged for 2 weeks and married. The best choice both of us made 🙂

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Wow, that’s awesome! What a great story! And one of the happiest, too.

Young love is THE BEST. There’s nothing like it. Even the mistakes are worthy, IMO. It can take a lifetime to come to grips with them, but in light of eternity, that’s still before the school bell rings, as far as I’m concerned.

I used to tell people that I still loved all my old girlfriends. I may have never wanted to see some of them ever again, but I still loved that part of them – those memories – that time – those seemingly perfect moments and memories. No point in regrets – assume God knows best – enjoy the ride!

cthulhu

I graduated college before I could legally buy a beer.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LMAO!!! OMG. I suddenly feel like I lived my youth as Machine Gun Kelly.  😂 

singingsoul1

My husband did also. I was shocked I could not drink alcohol until 21 when I lived in Germany I could order a glass of wine at age 14 if my parents were with me. At age 16 I could order my own. I never was tempted to drink more than 1 glass and never on a date 🙂

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

This explains my parents’ attitude toward beer and wine, different from most of my friends!

singingsoul1

we learn how to drink at home at holiday dinner. As children we got a little sip. Alcohol was not a big deal. My kids could not understand that their friends drank just to get drunk . Non of them are big drinkers only with a meal a beer or wine.
The only one in my family is my Pastor brother who spend 11 years in Africa could not get readily alcohol and he drinks a bottle of wine a in one sitting or a bottle of Woodford reserve in a couple of days.

Deplorable Patriot

Numerical age-based cutoffs are entire BS, in my view, because I was so frequently closed-off on the wrong side of them.

To an extent, I agree. The age of majority in this state USED TO BE 17. Like, when I was that age. Then, the state changed the age to 18 (I would imagine it was something like changing the drinking age to 21 so that the states could get highway funds), and one guy I know got caught in a time warp for a nothingburger incident, and almost had his entire career ruined.

There’s a lot more to that story, but the girl being 17 was used as the wedge, and it was wrong on a lot of levels.

Please

Let’s see how this washes out but…

This is either complete BS and he is clean…

OR….he is monumentally stupid and shouldn’t be a rising star in our ‘party’.

I’d like to think he is not this stupid to be involved with a 17yo with him in such a high profile position in this political climate. If it’s love, then marry her. If it’s not, then wait until legal. He *must* know that even if he isn’t called out about it, that everyone knows about it and his enemies will wait and use it against him at the proper time…like now.

This is why I think this is BS…because he isn’t *this* stupid…

and stupid faux biden didnt win either!

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Valerie Curren

reindeer cyclones???

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Science girl
@gunsnrosesgirl3
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Reindeer Cyclones are a real thing… a swirling mass of threatened reindeer stampeding in a circle making it impossible to target an individual.. here the fawns are in the middle

This herd is on Russia’s Kola Peninsula, in the Arctic Circle

From baza

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dankbubba, citizen neanderthal Tex-arCA
@dank1j
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cool.
Out here we have seagulls that fly around in circles for ?? who knows why. With seagulls you can get your cyclone in real 3D.

Valerie Curren

This guy gets it!
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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

RESIST!!!