Wednesday, October 28, 2020

C‘ASIC Financing’ Is Driving Down Bitcoin Mining Profitability - CoinDesk

Coindesk: 'ASIC Financing' Is Driving Down Bitcoin Mining Profitability - CoinDesk.
https://www.coindesk.com/asic-financing-driving-hashrate-bitcoin-mining-profitability 

Negro Walmart employees arrested for money laundering scheme;

KSLA: Three Walmart employees and one man arrested for money laundering scheme; three other suspects sought.
https://www.ksla.com/2020/10/27/three-walmart-employees-one-man-arrested-money-laundering-scheme-three-other-suspects-sought/ 

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

CIA FBI DOD waste of tax money: great article with great links



the American people have the right to know the truth behind what their government agencies have been doing within their own country and abroad in the name of the "free" world?

From this recognition, the whole matter of declassifying material around the Russigate scandal in real time, and not highly redacted 50 years from now, is essential to addressing this festering putrefaction that has been bubbling over since the heinous assassination of President Kennedy on Nov. 22nd, 1963 and to which we are still waiting for full disclosure of classified papers 57 years later.

If the American people really want to finally see who is standing behind that curtain in Oz, now is the time.

These intelligence bureaus need to be reviewed for what kind of method and standard they are upholding in collecting their "intelligence," that has supposedly justified the Mueller investigation and the never-ending Flynn investigation which have provided zero conclusive evidence to back up their allegations and which have massively infringed on the elected government's ability to make the changes that they had committed to the American people.

Just like the Iraq and Libya war that was based off of cooked British intelligence (refer here and here), Russiagate appears to have also had its impetus from our friends over at MI6 as well. It is no surprise that Sir Richard Dearlove, who was then MI6 chief (1999-2004) and who oversaw and stood by the fraudulent intelligence on Iraq stating they bought uranium from Niger to build a nuclear weapon, is the very same Sir Richard Dearlove who promoted the Christopher Steele dossier as something "credible" to American intelligence.

In other words, the same man who is largely responsible for encouraging the illegal invasion of Iraq, which set off the never-ending wars on "terror," that was justified with cooked British intelligence is also responsible for encouraging the 

Russian spook witch-hunt that has been occurring within the U.S. for the last four years…over more cooked British intelligence, and the FBI and CIA are knowingly complicit in this.

Neither the American people, nor the world as a whole, can afford to suffer any more of the so-called "mistaken" intelligence bumblings. It is time that these intelligence bureaus are held accountable for at best criminal negligence, at worst, treason against their own country.

When Great Figures of Hope Are Targeted as Threats to "National Security"

The Family Jewels report, which was an investigation conducted by the CIA to investigate itself, was spurred by the Watergate Scandal and the CIA's unconstitutional role in the whole affair. This investigation by the CIA reviewed its own conduct from the 1950s to mid-1970s.

The Family Jewels report was only partially declassified in June 25, 2007 (30 years later). 

Along with the release of the redacted report included a six-page summary with the following introduction:

"The Central Intelligence Agency violated its charter for 25 years until revelations of illegal wiretapping, domestic surveillance, assassination plots, and human experimentation led to official investigations and reforms in the 1970s." 


Cowboy wyoming Renewable Energy Can’t Suspend The Laws Of Physics

Cowboy State Daily: Kevin Killough: Renewable Energy Can't Suspend The Laws Of Physics.
https://cowboystatedaily.com/2020/10/26/kevin-killough-renewable-energy-cant-suspend-the-laws-of-physics/ 

Sent $1 Billion in Bitcoin, Paid Only $3 in Fees

Decrypt: Someone Just Sent $1 Billion in Bitcoin, Paid Only $3 in Fees.
https://decrypt.co/?p=46346 

Google Ngram Viewer - Wikipedia

Move to wyoming: Interstate 80 Between Cheyenne and Rawlins Closed Due to Weather and Accidents

Cowboy State Daily: Interstate 80 Between Cheyenne and Rawlins Closed Due to Weather and Accidents.
https://cowboystatedaily.com/2020/10/25/interstate-80-between-cheyenne-and-rawlins-closed-due-to-weather-and-accidents/ 

Raspberry Pi designers built the new Compute Module 4

ZDNet: Here's how Raspberry Pi designers built the new Compute Module 4.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/heres-how-raspberry-pi-designers-built-the-new-compute-module-4/ 

Get rich quick billions — crypto user moves $1.1B in Bitcoin

Cointelegraph: Whale alert — crypto user moves $1.1B in Bitcoin.
https://cointelegraph.com/news/whale-alert-crypto-user-moves-1-1b-in-bitcoin 

Monday, October 26, 2020

HousingWire: Luxury housing market inspires ‘total frenzy’ in vacation boom towns

UC Berkeley eugenics

Los Angeles Times: 
UC Berkeley is disavowing its eugenic research fund 

after bioethicist and other faculty call it out.

CalPERS health plans are in a ‘death spiral.’ Saving them price hikes

Sacramento Bee: Three CalPERS health plans are in a 'death spiral.' Saving them could involve price hikes.
https://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/the-state-worker/article246676212.html

Student Loans—Who Owes $1.6 Trillion Of Debt?

Fresno County residents struggle to access Creek Fire relief

Fresno Bee: 'It's been a lot to navigate.' Fresno County residents struggle to access Creek Fire relief.
https://www.fresnobee.com/news/california/fires/article246695502.html 

Qanon: Netflix subscription cancellations skyrocket after 'Cuties' backlash

New York Post : Netflix subscription cancellations skyrocket after 'Cuties' backlash.
https://nypost.com/2020/10/24/netflix-subscription-cancellations-skyrocket-after-cuties-backlash/ 

How to File Taxes on Crypto “Transactions”

Decrypt: New IRS Form Clarifies How to File Taxes on Crypto "Transactions".
https://decrypt.co/?p=46259 

Boston University professor's elevator death, state says

Fox News: Package played role in Boston University professor's elevator death, state says.
https://www.foxnews.com/us/more-details-emerge-about-death-of-boston-university-professor-crushed-by-elevator 

Biden confuse Trump with George W. Bush

Fox News: Joe Biden appears to confuse Trump with former President George W. Bush.
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/joe-biden-bush-trump-misspeak?cmpid=prn_newsstand 

dakota clean air water food organic

> The fewer people,
> the less people problems,
> the less germs, virus, fungus, crime,...
>
> Hot Springs has better weather than Rapid City, more protected from cold north winds.
> Hot Springs also has less people and people problems.
> Hot Springs has a large VA medical center,
> but the big emergency room trauma center is in Rapid City.
> Rapid City medical is run by the Mayo Clinic, the best there is, and helicopter to the main facility if needed.
>
> Rapid City is organic, not so much big ag pesticides as eastern Dakotas.
> Sioux Falls has a huge pig farm and slaughterhouse staffed by illegal immigrants and Muslims with knives.
> You will probably smell some stink from the pig farm, sometimes.
> You may be able to buy a whole hog from them cheap with cash.
>
> I would probably prefer Rapid City 4000 foot altitude cleaner air, less germs, less allergens, and a large mining engineering college.
> 5 of my uncles born near Hot Springs: Clifford, Wilbur, William, Charles, James,…
> My grandfather drove a team of horses, stagecoach to Holly Colorado where he started a farm then later to Hot Springs South Dakota.
>
> Wyoming and Alaska are socialist got fat off high price oil and gas and coal.
> Now in free fall into catastrophic depression.
> South Dakota benefits from cheap oil and gas and coal as do most of the cold populated north east, and hot humid south east.
>
> You will need a heater in the Dakotas.
> Check chimneys and ducts to make sure no crud buildup that can burn / explode.
> I would prefer electricity for safety.
>
> Vast amounts of food and fresh water in the midwest farm belt.
> In a true pandemic the big cities will not be able to feed themselves.
> Hawaii, Las Vegas, Alaska, Nevada, Arizona, the whole populations will starve or be eaten by the starving.
>
> Safety, survival requires lots of farmland far from big cities and big city problems.
No smog.
Clean air.
>


>
> https://www.politico.com/story/2019/07/07/college-entrance-test-proctors-cheating-1398417
>
> Crucial flaw remains in college testing process
>
> Even after two test-givers accepted bribes to help cheaters,
>
> the SAT and ACT companies have yet to probe those who oversee exams.
>
> The organizations that run the nation's two major college entrance exams brag about a robust and ever-expanding security system meant to block would-be cheaters:
>
> Tightly controlled testing rooms with photos required to get in, strict scripts for test administrators, seating charts and more.
>
> But there's one big hole:
>
> The entire system is dependent on the people involved
> — the test-site supervisors and proctors, usually school employees looking to make some extra cash
> — doing the right thing.
>
> And the College Board and ACT have virtually no oversight of many of those individuals.
>
> "Everything in this process is based on belief, acceptance that the people in the process will be honest,"
>
> The massive college admissions cheating scandal unveiled by the FBI earlier this year shows just how flimsy that approach can be,
>

dakota clean air water food organic

Dear Professor Kaufman,

The fewer people,
the less people problems,
the less germs, virus, crime,...

Hot Springs has better weather than Rapid City, more protected from cold north winds.
Hot Springs also has less people and people problems.
Hot Springs has a large VA medical center,
but the big emergency room trauma center is in Rapid City.
Rapid City medical is run by the Mayo Clinic, the best there is, and helicopter to the main facility if needed.

Rapid City is organic, not so much big ag pesticides as eastern Dakotas.
Sioux Falls has a huge pig farm and slaughterhouse staffed by illegal immigrants and Muslims with knives.
You will probably smell some stink from the pig farm, sometimes.
You may be able to buy a whole hog from them cheap with cash.

I would probably prefer Rapid City 4000 foot altitude cleaner air, less germs, less allergens, and a large mining engineering college.
5 of my uncles born near Hot Springs: Clifford, Wilbur, William, Charles, James,…
My grandfather drove a team of horses, stagecoach to Holly Colorado where he started a farm then later to Hot Springs South Dakota.

Wyoming and Alaska are socialist got fat off high price oil and gas and coal.
Now in free fall into catastrophic depression.
South Dakota benefits from cheap oil and gas and coal as do most of the cold populated north east, and hot humid south east.

You will need a heater in the Dakotas.
Check chimneys and ducts to make sure no crud buildup that can burn / explode.
I would prefer electricity for safety.

Vast amounts of food and fresh water in the midwest farm belt.
In a true pandemic the big cities will not be able to feed themselves.
Hawaii, Las Vegas, Alaska, Nevada, Arizona, the whole populations will starve or be eaten by the starving.

Safety, survival requires lots of farmland far from big cities and big city problems.


https://www.politico.com/story/2019/07/07/college-entrance-test-proctors-cheating-1398417

Crucial flaw remains in college testing process

Even after two test-givers accepted bribes to help cheaters,

the SAT and ACT companies have yet to probe those who oversee exams.

The organizations that run the nation's two major college entrance exams brag about a robust and ever-expanding security system meant to block would-be cheaters:

Tightly controlled testing rooms with photos required to get in, strict scripts for test administrators, seating charts and more.

But there's one big hole:

The entire system is dependent on the people involved
— the test-site supervisors and proctors, usually school employees looking to make some extra cash
— doing the right thing.

And the College Board and ACT have virtually no oversight of many of those individuals.

"Everything in this process is based on belief, acceptance that the people in the process will be honest,"
said a longtime test prep coach who has taken the SAT dozens of times and knows the process well.

The massive college admissions cheating scandal unveiled by the FBI earlier this year shows just how flimsy that approach can be,

as the ringleader of the scheme paid off proctors to help dozens of students cheat on both the SAT and ACT

— a method that he bragged to parents was the
"home run of home runs."

Now, admissions experts say,
the companies need to do more than tout their strict rules
and pay closer attention to the people they pick to enforce them.

A POLITICO review found that the companies largely leave it up to school officials to pick the thousands of proctors who administer the tests.

They appear to exercise little oversight of the people they hire to prevent cheating.

"You can essentially bring anybody in there as a proctor,"
said a counselor at a Maryland high school
who has overseen SAT testing there for the last four years.

She said everyone she hires is a current or former teacher at the school.
But she said the College Board doesn't check that
and leaves it up to supervisors like her to staff up the test sites.

proctors.
"I don't think it would be too difficult to cheat," she said. "I think the cheating would only be as monitored as the proctor wanted it to be."

The College Board and ACT insist they are careful in choosing the officials who oversee test sites, even if they can't review every proctor. Each overseer — called a supervisor by the College Board and coordinator by the ACT — may oversee from several to several dozen proctors.

"Our ACT test manual instructs coordinators that test center staff must be people of integrity," ACT spokesman

College Board spokesman said: "The overwhelming majority take the role very seriously and work hard to ensure a smooth and secure testing environment for all students.

In the rare instances when they don't,
we take appropriate action on behalf of students.
Further, when schools don't comply with our policies and procedures,
we reserve the right to prohibit them from administering future tests.

"We have bolstered our security efforts by adding to our test security team, and their expertise has led to innovations in preventing cheating,"
"That includes producing more test content, collecting cellphones, conducting data-driven analyses of test-taker behaviors and enhancing security measures at test centers."

But people familiar with the process for picking test administrators,
including test site supervisors and proctors and test prep coaches who regularly take the exams,
told POLITICO the College Board and ACT are anything but rigorous and rarely police sites.

"They have to trust in an honor system,"
one former test site supervisor in the New York City area told POLITICO.
"When you're talking about a test that colleges factor into their admissions decision — that they're relying on an honor code to make this whole process happen, it's just really crazy to me."

The former supervisor said the College Board warns it may send undercover test takers to test sites to check on them. While it was enough to put the supervisor on edge,
he said that in the two years he oversaw the New York City-area test center, it never happened.

And he said he's never heard of it happening to any of the other supervisors he knows.

The massive cheating scandal uncovered this year is a prime example o

Singer bragged to his wealthy clients that he "controlled" the testing centers.

He told one client that he calmed the administrator at the Houston school,
who was nervous about getting caught,
by assuring her, "I have been doing this forever."

"It's the home run of home runs," Singer told another client.
It works "every time."

The administrators Singer paid off
— at the rate of thousands of dollars per test
— would let Mark Riddell,
a Florida-based test-taking whiz in cahoots with Singer,
slip into the testing rooms to take tests in place of the students or pretend to proctor the exams and change their answers.

Federal authorities said Singer pulled off the scheme for at least eight years before he was caught.

Singer has bragged about helping "nearly 800" families get into college through his scheme, which also included bribing college coaches to help students get admitted as athletics recruits.

"This thing Rick Singer did with bribing the proctors was stunningly crafty," said
, a Washington, D.C.-area test prep coach who has taken the test regularly since 1993.

"You can go fishing in the same pond over and over and over and over.

In some ways there's only one vulnerability."

The College Board and ACT both said they assisted authorities investigating the case to,
as ACT put it,
"identify and expose the few bad actors who have attempted to undermine a fair testing environment."

"ACT contracts with thousands of people to locally administer the ACT around the country,"
the company said in a statement after the scandal.

"These individuals certify to follow ACT's policies and procedures to administer the ACT test.

In these cases, the two charged individuals allegedly did not follow ACT's rules."

The College Board and ACT pick test sites — usually schools
— and select test supervisors to oversee them.

They're usually a principal or college counselor.
Those supervisors are then tasked with staffing up the test site,
picking the proctors who will administer the tests.
They're typically affiliated with the school in some way, but not always.


To offer the SAT,
schools fill out an online application and provide location and enrollment information,
whether the school has ever been a test site for the SAT before
or if it administers other types of standardized tests,
like the PSAT or Advanced Placement tests,
and how many students it could accommodate on test days.

New test centers are approved "if there is capacity need in the area and if they meet specific requirements," Goldberg said.

Since the cheating scandal,
the College Board has tightened its control of the schools students have the option to test at,
as students in the scheme would travel,
sometimes across the country,
to take the SAT at the testing sites Singer "controlled."

"In all but the rarest circumstances,
students will take the test only at their schools or during a weekend session,
which makes the kind of cheating exposed in the "Varsity Blues" case extraordinarily difficult,"

The ACT's process is similar.
The ACT sometimes recruits schools if there's demand in a particular area — otherwise, schools ask to be considered.


"The test center establishment process involves several steps,
including verifying the need in the area for additional seats
and considering historical information on the site
(e.g. if it was previously an ACT test center),"

Both the ACT and College Board have staff at test sites sign agreements saying they'll follow the rules
— though neither would share the actual rules given.

A copy of the 2019 manual given to test supervisors,
obtained by POLITICO from a former supervisor,
tells them to recruit proctors and assistants who can handle groups of students
"effectively and in a friendly manner."

They must be high school graduates,
at least 18 years old,
speak English fluently
"and possess the same level of integrity and maturity expected of a member of the school staff,"


It says proctors,
who staff the testing rooms themselves
and roam the halls on the lookout for would-be cheaters,
should be "a current or retired professional;
administrative, secretarial, or clerical staff; or graduate student."

They must "follow oral and written instructions precisely"
and be able to "detect nuances of improper conduct or misuse of test materials."

"Emphasize to your staff that they are responsible for preventing fraud,"

"Remain alert and vigilant at all times during testing.

Staff must not engage in activities that are not related to testing
(such as talking or texting on phones, using a computer, or grading papers)."


"It is a persistent problem," said
director of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

"The question then is, what happens after that,"

The organizations will let students accused of cheating
know what they suspect
and offer them a chance to provide evidence to prove they didn't cheat or offer to let them retake it.

They'll eventually cancel their score if they believe the student cheated.

But it's increasingly difficult to spot cheating based simply on statistical irregularities
— such as a dramatic improvement from one test to the next.

The College Board, Educational Testing Service and ACT have
"come to the point where they admit that if you use test prep,
you can raise your score from 100 to 200 points,"

, "contrary to the widely held assertion in the testing industry that you can't change your score."

"It's pretty clear somebody can change their test score from 100 to 200 points,
so does it have to be 300 points before you flag somebody?"

Plus, wealthy parents are willing to bring in lawyers to fight accusations of cheating.

Parents also bring in doctors to attest to students' learning disabilities,
thereby allowing them extra time on the exams.

"If you're armed with a doctor and a lawyer, you can get away with a lot,"

"The cost of policing the system would be very high."

While cheating on the scale of the admissions scandal is rare
— most agreed it was pretty much unheard of to this point
— the lack of oversight of the officials running the tests manifests in other, more common ways.

a longtime test prep coach,
said he has heard from students whose proctors didn't show up on test day
or whose proctors got confused and offered too much or too little time on the tests.

One brought a barking dog.

He believes the companies should hire their own staff to administer the test,
rather than outsourcing to schools.

"There's just been a litany of problems with security,"

"So, why wouldn't you want to hire professionals to administer the tests properly?"

Bob public education director of the National Center for Fair & Open Testing,
a group that has long criticized the SAT, ACT and other standardized tests,
put it this way:
"It's overworked teachers who have to come in very early on a Saturday morning
when in many cases they'd prefer to be sleeping,
who are paid poorly."

said his group often hears reports of proctors who
"spend large amounts of time looking at their smartphones,
reading papers or
otherwise not attending to the details of their jobs.

"A very wary proctor in a room with 20 or 25 test takers…
can't have their eyes everywhere at the same time,"
"But they are supposed to."

Sunday, October 25, 2020

music and culture. 45 years ago today/tomorrow, wish I was there! $10 ticket. Be early get close!

Check their biography on wikipedia or other websites 
-they cannot hide nowadays.
Most singers are perverts, addicts, retarded, uneducated, diseased,….

They shriek at you to waste your time and money and convince you to become like them.

Healthy virile males do not go into singing, dancing, acting, entertainment…

I have studied this phenomenon off and on for decades,
good research if you have a phd in the social sciences and classify subcultures,….
Study how music choices correlate to diseases, divorce, drugs, jobs, skills and economic conditions.
This is taught at Berkeley, UCLA, USC, and many colleges.

I quit watching TV in 1964, mostly. 
Few movies since then.  
Epstein Weinstein did not invent the casting couch.
All mostly perverts, addicts, idiots,…
Why pay any attention to such ilk?
I can learn more from a minute of song than an hour of movies.
And exercise at the same time.

Turned off radio in 1975, Rhiannon Fleetwood mac the last song I heard.
Gave away my stereo, top of the line.  
I did listen many times to Linda Ronstadt Heart Like a wheel on vinyl before giving it away.

20 years later 1995 or so started back on music with mp3 collection and napster and bought vinyl, tapes, cds.
Did not miss much in the 20 years.
A lot of junk music, very few good ones.

But some better stuff now.
All female singers, many quite good singers and sophisticated music.
I did go to a Suzi Quattro concert in Boston 1975 or so.
She was a forerunner of modern female front-women but not great.

I am up to 32 gigabytes of songs on my phone but no time to listen to them except in the gym.
Lana Del Rey the best of the decade, but sick, sad, depressing, demented, suicidal, but beautiful person.
Taylor Swift is more upbeat and catchy sound good for the noisy gym.

But I prefer podcasts filled with facts.

I recommend zero music or movies or TV until you get an MD and/or engineering license.
Information you need to stay alive and get smart.
And help others and serve your society.  

Entertainment stimulates dopamine that will blow your mind, as planned, and make you sick or dead, worthless, addicted.

This is why conservative calvinistic puritan immigrants before 1776 outlawed music, dance, theatre, christmas, pagan festivals,…
Protestant work ethic says you have to work your way into heaven,
not buy your way,
or play your way,
or sing your way,
or dance your way.

Much work needs to be done to fix the social problems caused by sex, drugs, rock and roll 1960s hippie okie culture that continues.

It does pay well.
Medical jobs around here pay the best.
Drive teslas, live in fancy houses, clean air, clean water, tasty milk,…

Most medical training is not particularly hard nor does it take very long to learn.  



China's Elite-Capture Strategy & The Bidens | Zero Hedge




You shall know who controls you by who you are not allowed to talk about.


ie China.

Ron


On Sat, Oct 24, 2020, 9:40 PM John 


‘Rigged election?’ Trump seizes on Biden's latest gaffe, BOASTING about 'we have put together the most extensive and inclusive VOTER FRAUD organization’ - "Freudian slip ?”

>
>
> 'Rigged election?' Trump seizes on Biden's latest gaffe, boasting about 'most extensive and inclusive VOTER FRAUD' organization
>
> https://www.rt.com/usa/504501-voter-fraud-organization-gaffe-biden/
>
>
>
> "We're in a situation where we have put together – and you guys did it for our admi ... the president,

> Obama's administration before this – we have put together,

> I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,"

> Biden says in a video that began circulating on social media on Saturday.
>
>
> https://twitter.com/mikekellyforpa
> Lothar
> Sent from my iPad
>

Diary Of Joe Biden’s Daughter Alleges Years Of Sexual Molestation

>
>
> https://2020electioncenter.com/watch?id=5f94e4faa80a7d18716bfd68
>
>
> Lothar
> Sent from my iPad
>

my diet walk weight 130 if get enough exercise, vegetables

>
> I avoid doctors office germs.
> May skip checkup this year trying to organize past numbers.
> Waste of time to go to doctor without your history written in book form.
>
> I get plenty of germs in gyms, libraries,…
> Exercise immune system by diverse germs,
> not too much of any 1 kind of germ.
> Breathe thru nose.
>
> Many fat slobs on the beach, coastal areas.
> Most modern sheeple must go to gym to get proper exercise or they will get sick.
> Pay $30+ per month for gym fees or you will regret it.
> Pills cannot fix the lack of exercise.
> Run in sun the best.
> Move to sunny Texas or Florida zero income tax.
>
> Sudden end to our beautiful summer May-October,
> I got soaking wet walked home in cold rain in open sandals.
> Numb toes, scary.
> Lost fingernail to frostbite last winter,
> now grown back bigger and stronger than before.
> I have great nails.
> Change shoes and sox often to avoid blisters, lost nails.
>
> I go to gym 6am and walk 12 miles per day.
> then go back to gym 3pm and walk another 12 miles per day.
> Gyms close down for deep clean twice per day.
> About 5 miles walk to and from gyms, libraries, stores,...
> 24+5= 29 miles per day walk if I get there on time.
> Also boxing on punching bag.
> My left jab stronger than most guys kick.
>
> Pot of coffee for breakfast, plus some nuts, milk, cheese, butter, boiled egg, ….
> Pumpkin spice coffee plus sesame seeds the oldest oilseed.
> Whole milk only.
> 1000 D3 pill maybe some powdered C and magnesium citrate.
>
> No lunch or light lunch of nuts, eggs, sardines.
>
> Dinner is boiled lentils, brown rice, peanuts, cabbage, carrot, onion, garlic, mushroom, spices, herbs, and seasonal vegetables, the greener the better as AJ told me in 1967.
>
> I have not had any fish in 6 months, need to get back to sardines oysters.
> I have not had any chicken or red meat in years.
> Lentils, peanuts, milk, egg yolks are great sources of protein.
>
> The more I walk the better I feel.
> Weight drops to 130 in summer if I walk enough.
> Machines say I am still too fat.
> I easily get up to 151 if I do not walk enough.
> Then up to 200 if I eat beef and lift weights.
>
> In gym 1 beautiful blonde 18 year old 6+ feet weighs only 100 pounds
> trying to grow her butt by leg exercises.
> Doctors daughter extreme?
> Many teens around here are too skinny, probably diet, anorexia, psychology.
>
> While most sheeple are too fat, often with preexisting conditions from junk food, electronics, sitting on butts.
> Few still succumb to covid.
> More fatalities with wrecks, overdoses, gunfire,…

> Then the big problem is stroke, heart attack,…
> too far from emergency room
> seconds matter.

> TV idiot box news ignores simple obvious facts

> to advertise fallacy,

> terrorize the sheeple about covid fake pandemic.
>
>>
>>
>> From: The Traveling Lady
>>
>> Wow..looks good....and peaceful. And I know if you opened and read all this but there's a hot springs with clothing optional! That would be a bad site with everybody over 60!
>
>> LOL I never really checked out Morro Bay very much just drove through it I think I got out once and walked out by the big rock have a friend that lives there but I didn't stop it was a key.
>
>> Still haven't had my stat MRI.
>
>> Radiology kept calling me and said she faxed it over going to the doctor's office 5 times to three fax number and the doctor didn't sign off yet so she sent it over by email to me and Richard took it down to the office to get it signed and was told that none of the doctors were there to sign it today so all of us were trying to get this done and they never told us once that nobody was there to sign it and kept telling us what we haven't received the fax.
>
>> I didn't like the office anyway and now I like it a lot less because they actually were holding me a Monday morning appointment and now that's gone in the next appointment is on Thursday if I get it done Monday but the gal and I visited a lot from radiology and she will find me a cancellation if they have it.
>
>> I only have one option to go to one place cuz they have a wrist coil.
>
>> I'm just helping my hand becomes unswollen and that everything gets back to normal. Nothing was broken or anything so I still believe it was from my blood draw and there was an infection that went down to my hand.
>
>> I'm having nerve pain there also but I'm not having discoloration and the pain might be a little bit less but but it's probably because I had to start the prednisone for my other problem with my eyes and he told me that would help take the inflammation down the hand has still pretty hot and it's not quite as hot as it was so helping my immune system is kicking in.
>
>> Anyway are you supposed to get rain also we are on Monday and Brady as in Denver at hockey with the girls and they're supposed to get I think 3 to 6 in of snow by 2 Sunday and they're supposed to be leaving Sunday after 2. When he got there it was snowing on Thursday night or Friday morning and he said there was fog and it was 18 so they have black ice all over the road all the way up from Alamosa.
>
>> I always worry about him and they have to drive on that stuff.
>
>> Anyway nothing much just new here but it's overcast and I didn't have the air conditioning on till just a little bit ago and I think Monday were having the temperature start to go down and I think on Wednesday it's only going to be 62 and 42 at night. Sounds good to me!
>
>> Anyway hope you two are doing well hi Joe.
>
>> Getting ready to figure out lunch.
>
>> Don't like taking medication at all.
>
>> They said prednisone they raise my blood pressure that's so far it's still down to 105 / 72. In the doctor's office she said it was up I asked her what it was she obviously wasn't going to tell me and I told her I think it's at because I'm in so much pain and she says yeah you're probably right.
>
>> I hardly ever seen it elevated since February.
>
>> Going to build myself a big taco salad I think could I have avocados and a lot of organic lettuce and I have salsa and chicken to put on it with a little bit of cheddar cheese and I'm sure I have other stuff I just haven't looked yet. Tomorrow and I'm going to make stuffed peppers or Spanish rice.
>
>> I decided to add a little bit more protein to my diet while I'm trying to keep my immune system strong with this prednisone and I'm worried about taking it because my lung disease might flare up and make me more susceptible to infections.
>
>> anyway going to find a movie to watch maybe not sure.
>
>> Actually enjoying a cup of mullein tea.... helps the respiratory system.
>
>> added more vitamin C packets into my water to sip on today and took my zinc and D3.
>
>> working on eating a few more calories cuz when I stepped on the scales yesterday I only weigh 107.
>
>> I used to say one two three is my ideal weight and then when I got older I said 127.
>
>> 107 sort of scared me because it seem like I've been eating more.
>
>> I think maybe I've missed a few meals because of the doctor's appointment because I haven't had time to eat and when I get back I'm too tired to bother with it.
>
>> Lol I use to tell people who are thin
>
>> I wish I had your problem!
>
>> I don't really think I look that thin.
>
>> Okay lunch time LOL.
>
>> let me know if you hear from Vicky I don't want to go through.
>
>> Helping yesterday went well for her and that she's not having any side effects today
>>
>> Love
>> joyce
>>
>> Ps
>> If you ever write me just tell me what you're eating for dinner lunch or breakfast so I get more ideas.
>
>> I would be just as happy if I just drank a protein shake.
>
>> I always ask John to tell me what he ate and that gives me good ideas.
>
>> Sometimes I get really hungry after he tells me what what he made.
>>
>>
>> On Sat, Oct 24, 2020 at 10:10 AM, Ruthe
>> 12 Adorable Things to do in Morro Bay, California: A Local's Guide
>>
>>
>>
>>
>

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Cointelegraph: How US authorities are using old AML tools to crack down on crypto

Cointelegraph: How US authorities are using old AML tools to crack down on crypto.
https://cointelegraph.com/news/how-us-authorities-are-using-old-aml-tools-to-crack-down-on-crypto 

Presstitutes Covering Up Biden Scandals by Refusing To Report on Them - LewRockwell

>
>
> https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/10/paul-craig-roberts/npr-cnn-nyt-wa-po-msnbc-twitter-facebook-google-presstitutes-covering-up-biden-scandals-by-refusing-to-report-on-them/

> NPR, CNN, NYT, Wa-Po, MSNBC, Twitter, Facebook, Google Presstitutes

> Covering Up Biden Scandals

> by Refusing to Report on Them

> There has never been a news media as biased as the American one
>
>
> PaulCraigRoberts.org

> October 24, 2020
>
> The New York Post's report that the FBI has laptops belonging to Hunter Biden that contain emails showing Hunter and Joe Biden's use of the Vice Presidency for business deals that amount to

> influence peddling and money laundering was banned from Twitter, Facebook, and Google.

> The New York Times, Washington Post and other of the press prostitutes tried to discredit the story with the fake news that it was Russian disinformation to help Trump win the election.

> National Public Radio refused to mention the story other than to brand it a story that is not really a story, simply a waste of "listeners' and readers' time on stories that are just pure distractions."

> [1] NPR, of course, was all into distractions that wasted readers' and listeners' time on Russiagate and Impeachgate and wasted President Trump's entire term.

> The problem with the press prostitutes' attempted coverup of the Bidens'

> crooked dealings is that the FBI has Hunter Biden's laptops, and both the FBI and the Department of Justice agree with the statement of John Ratcliffe, Director of National Intelligence, that the emails are the real stuff and not a Russian operation to interfere in the November election.

> [2] Even worse for the presstitutes and the Bidens, two former business partners have come forward to verify the emails as authentic.

> [3] [4]

> The emails contain a list of "key domestic contacts" for the influence peddling scheme.

> The names on the list are Democrat VP candidate Kamala Harris, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Senator Amy Klobuchar, Speaker of the House Dianne Feinstein, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, NY City Mayor Bill de Blasio, and former Virginia governor Terry McCauliffe.

> [5] Whether these high ranking Democrats had agreed or not, I cannot say, but obviously the Biden team thought them corruptible.
> The evidence against the Bidens is extremely damaging and is pouring out from Biden associates.

> [6] So there it is out in the open. A Democrat Party and presstitute scum that has spent four years telling lies about President Trump is revealed in all of its sordid corruption.

> The Democrat Party is a gang of crooks, and the American media is nothing but a propaganda ministry for the Democrat Party dedicated to covering up its crimes.

> It is impossible to find an ounce of integrity in the Democrat Party other than Tulsi Gabbard, and she is the party's shunned member. No integrity exists in the American TV, print, or NPR media other than Tucker Carlson and one or two others at Fox News.
>
> NPR is the worst of the lot.

> NPR pretends to be a "member supported" radio station, but it is nothing but another commercial station.

> NPR is so dishonest that it presents its commercial advertisements as if they are charitable donations in the same tone of voice and words—"with support from"—that NPR uses for its support from foundations.
>
> Somehow NPR's member supporters are too dense to comprehend that if NPR will attempt to pass off a commercial advertiser as a charitable donor, NPR cannot be trusted to objectively convey news.

> If Americans elect Democrats next month, they will have turned their government over to a criminal gang and will have empowered the

> most corrupt media—a.k.a. Ministry of Propaganda—in the history of the world.

> The United States will never recover from such a devastating mistake.

> [1] https://www.zerohedge.com/political/waste-time-npr-refuses-cover-hunter-biden-story

> [2] https://thefederalist.com/2020/10/21/fbi-doj-debunk-claims-the-hunter-biden-laptop-story-is-russian-disinformation/

> [3] https://www.foxnews.com/politics/hunter-biden-business-partner-email-genuine-joe-biden-advice

> [4] https://www.theblaze.com/glenn-radio/peter-schweizer-bevan-cooney-emails-

> [5] https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/10/22/report-kamala-harris-listed-as-key-contact-for-biden-family-business-venture-in-china/

> [6] https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/10/16/exclusive-this-is-china-inc-emails-reveal-hunter-bidens-associates-helped-communist-aligned-chinese-elites-secure-white-house-meetings/
>
> The Best of Paul Craig Roberts
>
> Lothar
> Sent from my iPad
>

war against the cabal Business professor Westall interviews constitutional attorney Wayne Jett.





From: Greg

Criminal Cabal is the most vulnerable it's been in Over 100 Years w/ Wayne Jett

Business  professor  Westall  interviews  constitutional attorney  Wayne Jett.

Highly informative and provocative.

G

my diet walk weight 130 if get enough exercise, vegetables

I avoid doctors office germs.
May skip checkup this year trying to organize past numbers.
Waste of time to go to doctor without your history written in book form.

I get plenty of germs in gyms, libraries,…
Exercise immune system by diverse germs,
not too much of any 1 kind of germ.
Breathe thru nose.

Many fat slobs on the beach, coastal areas.
Most modern sheeple must go to gym to get proper exercise or they will get sick.
Pay $30+ per month for gym fees or you will regret it.
Pills cannot fix the lack of exercise.
Run in sun the best.
Move to sunny Texas or Florida zero income tax.

Sudden end to our beautiful summer May-October,
I got soaking wet walked home in cold rain in open sandals.
Numb toes, scary.
Lost fingernail to frostbite last winter,
now grown back bigger and stronger than before.
I have great nails.
Change shoes and sox often to avoid blisters, lost nails.

I go to gym 6am and walk 12 miles per day.
then go back to gym 3pm and walk another 12 miles per day.
Gyms close down for deep clean twice per day.
About 5 miles walk to and from gyms, libraries, stores,...
24+5= 29 miles per day walk if I get there on time.
Also boxing on punching bag.
My left jab stronger than most guys kick.

Pot of coffee for breakfast, plus some nuts, milk, cheese, butter, boiled egg, ….
Pumpkin spice coffee plus sesame seeds the oldest oilseed.
Whole milk only.
1000 D3 pill maybe some powdered C and magnesium citrate.

No lunch or light lunch of nuts, eggs, sardines.

Dinner is boiled lentils, brown rice, peanuts, cabbage, carrot, onion, garlic, mushroom, spices, herbs, and seasonal vegetables, the greener the better as AJ told me in 1967.

I have not had any fish in 6 months, need to get back to sardines oysters.
I have not had any chicken or red meat in years.
Lentils, peanuts, milk, egg yolks, are great sources of protein.

The more I walk the better I feel.
Weight drops to 130 in summer if I can walk enough.
Machines say I am still too fat.
I easily get up to 151 if I do not walk enough.
Then up to 200 if I eat beef and lift weights.

In gym 1 beautiful blonde 18 year old 6+ feet weighs only 100 pounds
trying to grow her butt by leg exercises.
Doctors daughter extreme?
Many teens around here are too skinny, probably diet, anorexia, psychology.

While most sheeple are too fat, often with preexisting conditions from junk food, electronics, sitting on butts.
Few still succumb to covid.
More fatalities with wrecks, overdoses, gunfire,…
Then the big problem is stroke, heart attack,…
too far from emergency room
seconds matter.
TV idiot box news igores simple obvious facts to advertise fallacy.

>
>
> From: The Traveling Lady
>
> Wow..looks good....and peaceful. And I know if you opened and read all this but there's a hot springs with clothing optional! That would be a bad site with everybody over 60!

> LOL I never really checked out Morro Bay very much just drove through it I think I got out once and walked out by the big rock have a friend that lives there but I didn't stop it was a key.

> Still haven't had my stat MRI.

> Radiology kept calling me and said she faxed it over going to the doctor's office 5 times to three fax number and the doctor didn't sign off yet so she sent it over by email to me and Richard took it down to the office to get it signed and was told that none of the doctors were there to sign it today so all of us were trying to get this done and they never told us once that nobody was there to sign it and kept telling us what we haven't received the fax.

> I didn't like the office anyway and now I like it a lot less because they actually were holding me a Monday morning appointment and now that's gone in the next appointment is on Thursday if I get it done Monday but the gal and I visited a lot from radiology and she will find me a cancellation if they have it.

> I only have one option to go to one place cuz they have a wrist coil.

> I'm just helping my hand becomes unswollen and that everything gets back to normal. Nothing was broken or anything so I still believe it was from my blood draw and there was an infection that went down to my hand.

> I'm having nerve pain there also but I'm not having discoloration and the pain might be a little bit less but but it's probably because I had to start the prednisone for my other problem with my eyes and he told me that would help take the inflammation down the hand has still pretty hot and it's not quite as hot as it was so helping my immune system is kicking in.

> Anyway are you supposed to get rain also we are on Monday and Brady as in Denver at hockey with the girls and they're supposed to get I think 3 to 6 in of snow by 2 Sunday and they're supposed to be leaving Sunday after 2. When he got there it was snowing on Thursday night or Friday morning and he said there was fog and it was 18 so they have black ice all over the road all the way up from Alamosa.

> I always worry about him and they have to drive on that stuff.

> Anyway nothing much just new here but it's overcast and I didn't have the air conditioning on till just a little bit ago and I think Monday were having the temperature start to go down and I think on Wednesday it's only going to be 62 and 42 at night. Sounds good to me!

> Anyway hope you two are doing well hi Joe.

> Getting ready to figure out lunch.

> Don't like taking medication at all.

> They said prednisone they raise my blood pressure that's so far it's still down to 105 / 72. In the doctor's office she said it was up I asked her what it was she obviously wasn't going to tell me and I told her I think it's at because I'm in so much pain and she says yeah you're probably right.

> I hardly ever seen it elevated since February.

> Going to build myself a big taco salad I think could I have avocados and a lot of organic lettuce and I have salsa and chicken to put on it with a little bit of cheddar cheese and I'm sure I have other stuff I just haven't looked yet. Tomorrow and I'm going to make stuffed peppers or Spanish rice.

> I decided to add a little bit more protein to my diet while I'm trying to keep my immune system strong with this prednisone and I'm worried about taking it because my lung disease might flare up and make me more susceptible to infections.

> anyway going to find a movie to watch maybe not sure.

> Actually enjoying a cup of mullein tea.... helps the respiratory system.

> added more vitamin C packets into my water to sip on today and took my zinc and D3.

> working on eating a few more calories cuz when I stepped on the scales yesterday I only weigh 107.

> I used to say one two three is my ideal weight and then when I got older I said 127.

> 107 sort of scared me because it seem like I've been eating more.

> I think maybe I've missed a few meals because of the doctor's appointment because I haven't had time to eat and when I get back I'm too tired to bother with it.

> Lol I use to tell people who are thin

> I wish I had your problem!

> I don't really think I look that thin.

> Okay lunch time LOL.

> let me know if you hear from Vicky I don't want to go through.

> Helping yesterday went well for her and that she's not having any side effects today
>
> Love
> joyce
>
> Ps
> If you ever write me just tell me what you're eating for dinner lunch or breakfast so I get more ideas.

> I would be just as happy if I just drank a protein shake.

> I always ask John to tell me what he ate and that gives me good ideas.

> Sometimes I get really hungry after he tells me what what he made.
>
>
> On Sat, Oct 24, 2020 at 10:10 AM, Ruthe
> 12 Adorable Things to do in Morro Bay, California: A Local's Guide
>
>
>
>

Friday, October 23, 2020

survive SHTF in Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska

>
> South Dakota is a zero income tax state
> affordable and popular with billionaires because you can become a resident by sleeping in a hotel 1 night
> and show your receipt to DMV to get drivers license and auto plates.
>
> Sioux Falls is a banking center invented credit cards with high interest rates back in the 1970s. Cash cow will continue.
>
> Sioux Falls has a good medical college with freeway straight to the main Mayo Clinic best medical in USA if health SHTF.
>
> South Dakota was the best performing state in the fake covid pandemic.
> No lockdown ordered.
> No masking required.
>
> Dakota Iowa Nebraska massive agriculture along with other nearby states.
>
> Sioux City Iowa is quiet abode between Omaha steaks Nebraska and
> Sioux City Iowa.
>
> North Sioux City is in South Dakota my grandmother born there in Elk Point deluxe suburb.
>
> South Sioux city is in Nebraska.
>
> Omaha Steaks Nebraska actually has 2 medical colleges,
> and Kansas city further south has a Medical college where my beautiful blonde doctor got MD.
>
> South Dakota is my high speed excape route to zero taxes and safety in vast farmlands few people.
>
> USA and much of the world depends on Calories from the midwest farm belt.
>
> Rapid City SD has better weather at 4000 foot elevation,
> banana belt,
> tropical like weather in the middle of winter.
> 20 days can get up into the 50s
> due to Black Hills block winter storms.
>
> Rapid City Mount Rushmore had the biggest gold mine in USA, maybe the world.
> Now converted into hunt for neutrinos underground science laboratories.
>
> All these low population areas far from the biggest cities.
>
> I have long noticed the blonde large bone tall healthy population in the farm belt.
> Read decades ago the the upper midwest had the best health,
> and lowest money spent on doctors.
> And if doctors needed, the mayo clinic is the best there is.
>
> The Sioux tribe of native Americans were the largest strongest people in the world when first discovered.
> Diet of bison.
> Homes made from bison skins.
> Slept on the floor.
>
>
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sioux_Falls,_South_Dakota

survive in Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska

Dear Professor Kaufman,

South Dakota is a zero income tax state
popular with billionaires because you can become a resident by sleeping in a hotel 1 night
and show your receipt to DMV to get drivers license and auto plates.

Sioux Falls is a banking center invented credit cards with high interest rates back in the 1970s. Cash cow will continue.

Sioux Falls has a good medical college with freeway straight to the main Mayo Clinic best medical in USA if health SHTF.

South Dakota was the best performing state in the fake covid pandemic.
No lockdown ordered.
No masking required.

Dakota Iowa Nebraska massive agriculture along with other nearby states.

Sioux City Iowa is deluxe quiet abode between Omaha steaks Nebraska and
Sioux City Iowa.

North Sioux City is in South Dakota my grandmother born there in Elk Point deluxe suburb.

South Sioux city is in Nebraska.

Omaha Steaks Nebraska actually has 2 medical colleges,
and Kansas city further south has a Medical college where my beautiful blonde doctor got MD.

South Dakota is my high speed excape route to zero taxes and safety in vast farmlands few people.

USA and much of the world depends on Calories from the midwest farm belt.

Rapid City SD has better weather at 4000 foot elevation,
banana belt,
tropical like weather in the middle of winter.
20 days can get up into the 50s
due to Black Hills block winter storms.

Rapid City Mount Rushmore had the biggest gold mine in USA, maybe the world.
Now converted into hunt for neutrinos underground science laboratories.

All these low population areas far from the biggest cities.

I have long noticed the blonde large bone tall healthy population in the farm belt.
Read decades ago the the upper midwest had the best health,
and lowest money spent on doctors.
And if doctors needed, the mayo clinic is the best there is.

The Sioux tribe of native Americans were the largest strongest people in the world when first discovered.
Diet of bison.
Homes made from bison skins.
Slept on the floor.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sioux_Falls,_South_Dakota

New Jersey is the 'most hated' state in America, analysis allegedly determines

Fox News: New Jersey is the 'most hated' state in America, analysis allegedly determines.
https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/new-jersey-most-hated-state-america-analysis-allegedly-determines?cmpid=prn_newsstand 

Crime Fresno homicides and shootings are growing.

Fresno Bee: Fresno homicides and shootings are growing. Here's what law enforcement is doing about it.
https://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/crime/article246612438.html 

Honolulu morons Hawaii’s tourism reopening off to choppy start

Honolulu Star-Advertiser: Hawaii's tourism reopening off to choppy start.
https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020/10/22/hawaii-news/hawaiis-tourism-reopening-off-to-choppy-start/ 

Morons Paris Las Vegas casino floor evacuated due to power outage

Idiots : Paris Las Vegas casino floor evacuated due to power outage.
https://news3lv.com/news/local/paris-las-vegas-casino-floor-evacuated-due-to-power-outage 

Violent summer proves deciding factor for Minnesota voters

Avoid
Cities
Negro
Muslim

 Violent summer proves deciding factor for some Minnesota voters.
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/minneapolis-riots-violence-minnesota-voters?cmpid=prn_newsstand 

Wyoming coal company suffers huge losses, plans to divest from thermal coal

Trump-Biden presidential debate:

Fox News: Final Trump-Biden presidential debate: Top 5 moments.
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-biden-final-debate-top-5-moments?cmpid=prn_newsstand 

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Twitter, Google, Facebook, and others now appear to be working in overdrive to block content, prevent free speech, report only what suits them, in an effort to sway voters and build momentum for a Biden win.

>
>
> https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/qa/your-comments-questions/
> One gets the sense we are closer to a dictatorship than most think.
> Twitter, Google, Facebook, and others now appear to be working in overdrive to block content, prevent free speech, report only what suits them, in an effort to sway voters and build momentum for a Biden win.
> Surely, anyone with a brain today can see governors and others at the municipal level are part of the effort to restrict movement, impose ridiculous rules that suffocate business, and instill fear.
> One imagines these people will be handsomely rewarded with bailouts at the state level. At the Federal level, one can project many of these governors will end up in Biden's cabinet, rewarded for their loyalty.
> There is nothing worse than using public office to commit crimes, outright fraud against the public, using taxpayer money to prevent people from living their lives, taking their property, allowing rioting and the destruction of property…all in the name of "public safety".
> I don't know how we ever recover from this. One thing is clear…you can't put the toothpaste back in the tube after what they have done this year.
> MS
> REPLY #1: Socrates warned that the 2020 election would be the most corrupt in history. I really do not think even I could have forecast to what extent these people have gone. We are definitely in a battle for our freedom. You have people who just hate Trump and will vote for Biden only for that reason. They have been manipulated by all the fakes news from RussiaGate to Impeachment and everything in between. Honestly, Trump has been amazing insofar as to have been attacked so intensely from every side and he is still standing. Bannon said if Trump loses, he will run again in 2024. I think they would kill him openly and fear nothing about prosecution anymore.
> COMMENT #2: Dear Martin,
> Bill Gates' CO2 and population obsession is bizarre. The first person link CO2 with population and claim that they were bad was Günther Schwab-the Nazi environmentalist.
> Bill wants people to stop eating meat and eat plant substitutes. Wasn't Hitler a vegetarian ? Klaus Schwab's insistence on "stakeholder capitalism" sounds similar to Hitler's pronouncements on how "industry, the nation, and community[ should work in harmony "in a spirit of sacrifice" (Mein Kampf). You add in the fetishes for medical experimentation, totalitarian surveillance, 'hygiene', 'living space'/social distancing, and a desire for "papers please !" social control, one is left to ask: are these people actual NAZIS in sheep's clothing?

prices break records as New York City wealthy flee to the beach

Beach
Better
Than
Big city crime riots

: Hamptons real estate prices break records as New York City wealthy flee to the beach.
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/10/22/hamptons-real-estate-prices-break-records-amid-flight-from-nyc.html 

KBOX Linux emulator for Android - eLinux.org

Convert an Android Device to Linux » Linux Magazine

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arrests foreign students using visa program fraud

NBC News: ICE arrests 15 foreign students for allegedly using visa program to stay in U.S. fraudulently.
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/ice-arrests-15-foreign-students-allegedly-using-visa-program-stay-n1244170 

Linux Btrfs on CentOS:

Linux Journal: Btrfs on CentOS: Living with Loopback.
https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/btrfs-centos-living-loopback 

Rudy Giuliani Borat ‘Hit Job’ Is Retaliation for Hunter Biden Attack

The Daily Beast: Rudy Giuliani Claims Borat 'Hit Job' Is Retaliation for Hunter Biden Attack.
https://www.thedailybeast.com/rudy-giuliani-claims-borat-hit-job-is-retaliation-for-hunter-biden-attack?source=articles&via=rss 

Ryzen 9 5950X 16 Core Flagship CPU Benchmarked Again, Crushes Intel’s Top Core i9-10980XE 18 Core HEDT Chip

Wccftech: AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 16 Core Flagship CPU Benchmarked Again, Crushes Intel's Top Core i9-10980XE 18 Core HEDT Chip.
https://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-9-5950x-16-core-flagship-cpu-benchmark-leaks-crushes-intel-core-i9-10980xe/