In two days (Saturday, Jan 15) if you visit Washington, D.C. - even if you live there - you MUST have three things to be out on the street: Proof of COVID vaccination (12 years old and older). Proof of COVID vaccination AND a photo I.D. (18 years old and older). A mask (and you … Continue reading Papers, Please!
The state of Washington is considering opening up involuntary detention camps and isolation of those with COVID or suspected of having COVID. Of course the government says it isn't so. Please read this article. Part of which says: On page 176 of the 308 statutory pages revised in 2003, one finds this: Sec. 222. RCW … Continue reading COVID Camps?
"We have now clear, clear evidence of collusion by senior government officials to suppress scientific discussion and debate about one of the most crucial issues that we’ve addressed over the last two years, which is whether or not lockdowns make sense," Malone said. "And the data are overwhelming. They don't." And, he continued, "the worst … Continue reading An Omicron Christmas?
Let me say I am not an "anti-vaxxer." I have had the Moderna shots, and frankly I haven't felt right since. I received my second one the end of March. After both shots I experienced extreme fatigue for a couple of days. Now, I have the "pin pricks" in my arms and legs, persistent and … Continue reading Vaccine Mandates
If you have noticed, advertisements for "new" drugs on TV usually end with a long list of adverse side effects that are possible. Many times the drug sounds more dangerous than the medical condition it's supposed to treat! But pharmaceutical companies are protected by law many times when it comes down to a drug harming … Continue reading Time to Hold Drug Companies Accountable
I took both Moderna shots. I experienced extreme fatigue after both shots for about 2 days. Frankly, I haven't felt right since. I wish I had never taken them. My stomach and digestive tract is out of whack, and just two weeks ago I had a both an EGD and a colonoscopy. Nothing was found, … Continue reading Medical Tyranny
These were sent to me in email (thanks, JP). Some of them had a little bad language, so I omitted them, though they were truthful. The people of this country are like "sheeps to the slaughter" when it comes to thinking for themselves, making common sense decisions, and standing up for their rights (including the … Continue reading Memes
I read somewhere that there is always a spider within 6 feet of us. How true that is, I don't really know. In my career I've been in attics, crawl spaces, and all sorts of dark holes, and usually there were spiders. Thankfully, I was never bitten. I disliked the webs hanging down more than … Continue reading Nearness
The weather in the Midwest is just like it is in much of the rest of the country - frigid and snowy! That even tends to be an understatement. So with the COVID restrictions and guidelines that force us to stay inside, I guess we should be use to it by now? Nah, not so … Continue reading Waiting In Faith
Comorbidity. It’s a word that sounds… uncomfortable! It’s one of the words with which we have become more familiar in the pandemic, along with ‘social distancing’ and ‘quarantine’ and ‘corona virus.’ Comorbidity, basically, is the term used for preexisting conditions, ones that increase the chance of death in combination with another disease. We have been … Continue reading Comorbidity