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  1. In case anyone is interested, Mark Dice is selling these t-shirts on his website ($25 each) 😀 :
  2. Nope. Not that bullet. Although I have the details somewhat outlined in my head, I haven't had the chance to type them out yet. Sort of a step-by-step analysis (at least, from my point of view). Unfortunately, a lot of things have come up lately and I haven't gotten to it yet. I hope to have it posted sometime this long weekend. Just didn't want anyone to think I was ducking the issue. In the meantime, have a great holiday weekend everyone.
  3. Amazing how he gets all of those important talking points in without missing a beat. Or breaking character.
  4. I first heard about this on a podcast, and even though the speaker was considered an expert, I've learned to always check things out for myself. Time consuming, yes, but this way people can trust that I'm not passing along information simply because "I read or heard it on the Internet, or someone forwarded it to me." Below is the link to the FDA's website for the original Emergency Use Authorization for Covid vaccines: https://www.fda.gov/media/142749/download Now go to page 3, and section "III. CRITERIA AND CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE ISSUANCE OF AN EUA FOR A COVID-19 VACCINE." Read the bullet points. Does anything jump out at you? Take into account all of the news and information that's been given to all of us ordinary people to date by the government and the MSM — not any of the "misinformation" being bandied about on social media. Extrapolate. Use logic. Does anything seem to be in conflict?
  5. The Center for Disease Control, in addition to providing guidance on Covid-19 and its variants, as well as the vaccine and booster shots, also wants to make sure we are using the correct words and language to ensure that no one is ever offended in verbal and written communications. https://www.cdc.gov/healthcommunication/Preferred_Terms.html
  6. Your school taxes at work, this one in California (the land of nuts and fruits). Given what we've previously have heard happening in local schools (teaching from the book Something Happened In Our Town, for example), I hope this kind of "education" and "thinking" has not infiltrated our school districts.
  7. Methinks I see your problem. Like too many people these days, you appear to think that everything — no matter how complex the subject — can be neatly wrapped up in one or two short sentences or a 10-second sound bite. Maybe you could have held off replying until you had the time to read my post, instead of being in such a hurry to try to post a nasty comment.
  8. YankeeDoodle

    This Is Just Wrong

    I'm really surprised TPTB let him live this long. And they never did find the woman in the polka-dot dress.
  9. So there's this guy who has a Magellan portable GPS unit. Has had it for a few years. He goes out and buys a brand new high-end Ford with all of the bells and whistles, including GPS. He's going to take a trip to a city he's never been to before. For fun and for comparison, he's going to take along his Magellan as well, to compare the two systems. He's within 25 miles of his destination when he gets off the freeway and starts taking the smaller, local routes according to the instructions. Both GPS systems give identical directions and the exact same route no matter what option he selects: fastest route, shortest distance, best roads, etc. Running low on fuel, he pulls into a gas station to fill up. Going inside to pay, he strikes up a conversation with the attendant, along with a few locals who overhear the discussion. Seeing his out-of-state plates, they ask where he's going, and what route he plans on taking. After telling them, they all have scared looks on their faces. "You better not do that, mister. You'd be driving smack into the middle of competing gang territory. There are shootings every day. And, to be honest, you obviously don't look like one of the 'locals' — if you get our drift." "Really," he retorts. "And what are your credentials exactly anyway? So you think you know better than the experts who program the GPS systems at Ford and Magellan?" No, you do not have to be an expert on all things medical to be concerned about the way Covid and the vaccines are being handled. Or to share information. We're supposed to blindly listen to and obey one set of experts who say one thing and insist we follow one course of action — the one they advocate. Yet another set of experts, who are on the front lines dealing with these topics, are warning that there are serious consequences with the advocated treatments — as well the treatments being withheld. Sort of like, in my story above, the man-on-the street who knows what is actually happening in their own backyards. Yet their first-hand testimony and experiences are deemed to be "misinformation" and are to be censored. I'm only posting their articles and videos to give anyone who chooses a balanced look at the topic, so that they can hear information from BOTH sides and can make their own informed decisions. But you say, because I do not have a medical degree or work in the health care industry, I have no right to make these posts. Please share with us your credentials that show where you are qualified to sit in judgement as what can be posted in an open and public forum.
  10. I have an active, working brain. Using your logic, newspapers would be mostly blank and most network and cable news broadcasts and shows would go off the air, as only credentialed experts in each specific field should be allowed to opine on their topics.
  11. What are your opinions? Given some of the state legislators we have, can they be trusted? Or are they bought and paid for as well? Is what she is suggesting a viable option? What options do we have left? Obviously, "Trust the Plan" was a false hope, as advocated by the letter:
  12. It's now considered unprofessional to report the actual occurrences you see among your patients. A teenager develops a massive blood clot in her arm a week after getting the jab? Nah — she must have injured herself in gym class. A young man still doesn't have the strength to get out of bed going on two weeks after getting the jab? Why, that's perfectly normal after getting a vaccine. That means your body is going to develop a very strong immune system! Speak up against the lies, and we'll take away your ability to work. https://europe.infowars.com/irish-doctor-suspended-for-warning-covid-injections-doing-real-harm/ Try to post your observations on YouTube, and you're silenced for violating YouTube's guidelines meant to keep the world safe. Here's Dr. McClosky's original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXBGH3hG6kU Oh gee, you can't watch it? What a surprise — NOT! Luckily, it's been copied and shared on numerous free speech platforms, such as: https://www.bitchute.com/video/lq5cmJdBFozu/ Yes, we must shut people like that up for the safety of the world. Nothing to see here. Go back to your Tiger King, or whatever is the distraction du jour.
  13. YankeeDoodle

    How’s that COVID-19 “Vaccine” working out for you?

    Are these by chance any of the hospitals reported as being "full", yet people have driven by in the middle of the day and posted photos they took of the doctors, nurses and staff parking lots showing them basically empty? Remember last year when the media showered us with stories of the heroic, exhausted nurses? The nurses who somehow found the time and energy to perform dance routines in TikTok videos? (And don't forget the amount of time needed to rehearse before filming the routines.) As Master Thespian used to say: