Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Monday, January 30, 2017
Sunday, January 29, 2017
Let CA secede!
> Old info. Might be much higher today...
> Washington, D.C., June 19, 2014: A new study released by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)finds that providing education, health care, law enforcement, and social and government services to illegal aliens and their dependents costs Californians $25.3 billion per year according to FAIR's report The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on California Taxpayers. The state's 3 million illegal aliens and their 1.1 million U.S.–born children cost the average California household — headed by a U.S. citizen — $2,370 annually.
> Among the report's key findings:
> Funding the K-12 education for children who are themselves illegal aliens and for the citizen children of illegal aliens accounted for the largest share of the cost to taxpayers at $14.4 billion. These services included standard public school educations and supplemental English language instruction. Despite federal funding, the average per pupil expenditure is $10,450 each year.Justice and law enforcement costs — policing, court and incarceration — associated with illegal aliens soared to more than $4.4 billion.Medical services cost taxpayers approximately $4 billion, including $388 million associated with 68,000 births to illegal alien mothers.Public assistance — low-cost meal programs, free immunizations, etc. — are available to residents regardless of legal status. The $792 million price tag for these services is borne by California taxpayers.
> The report finds that taxes collected from illegal aliens amounts to about $3.5 billion annually.
> "Twenty-five billion dollars a year in costs associated with illegal immigration represents a fiscal crisis that affects California's ability to meet its basic obligations to citizens and legal residents," said Dan Stein, president of FAIR. "While clearly the Federal government bears responsibility for its failure, or refusal, to enforce our immigration laws, in California's case many of the burdens of illegal immigration are self-induced.
> "Despite overwhelming evidence that illegal immigration represents an unsustainable fiscal burden to the state, the California Legislature and local governments across the state continue to provide new benefits, new services, and new privileges to illegal aliens, even as the state neglects the needs and concerns of other Californians. The costs will continue to grow so long as the state continues to reward illegal immigration and impedes immigration enforcement. California taxpayers will continue to be the losers in this unhappy scenario," concluded Stein.
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TN Has high elevation but a better ecosystem, rain, plants, animals.
TN is Farther south more sunshine so is more healthy, potentially.
TN is Closer to many big cities including DC, not just Sac SF.
TN eastern has 2 Medical colleges, big university, Oak Ridge National Labs, etc.
But I already know California, SF, Silicon Valley, Sac and North Nevada would not have to learn TN
So might be tempted to move to Nevada more than TN
NV people are healthier than TN because they are CA escapee vegetarians Chinese food etc.
TN drink mountain dew and eat junk food from infancy such as Mary Tyler Moore alcoholism diabetes.
Alcohol is sugar slightly processed by yeast - similar impacts on liver and brain pleasure centers.
Avoid sugar and alcohol.
TN MO smokes tobacco too, real bad.
TN around universities may not be so bad but hard to avoid unhealthy people the whole culture.
You become like the people around you - monkey see monkey do.
Choice of location is critical.
Sell everything, live out of a briefcase, learn survival, fly to the best location, walk everywhere, off the grid.
I am still throwing away junk, paperwork, that I have hauled around for years, waste of time.
I thought I was in good shape when I moved up to Lake Tahoe from San Francisco Bay area.
But immediately I started feeling a lot better in Tahoe.
Probably due to clean air, lack of allergens in the high altitude.
Also more bright sun Vitamin D Nitrous Oxide etc.
More upscale not so many poor diseased people as in Bay area.
Got terrific cardio vascular workouts biking up steep grades breathing as fast as I could.
Problem with Tahoe is incessant snowfall leaving no place to walk or bike in the winter.
I had to drop to a lower elevation such as Reno or Carson City.
Or between Silicon Valley and San Fernando Valley which was a mistake.
Carson City Nevada is a 0 income tax destination popular with California escapees.
Not as seedy as Reno gambling areas or high tax Oregon.
A little higher elevation than Reno with easier road up to the lake to cool off in summer.
Gap in mountains allowing cool air in the summer to roll down into Carson City.
You can get back to California faster if SHTF.
There is medical in Sacramento only 2 hours away, better in SF 4 hours.
up to the lake north shore connect to I-80 big trucks to Sac SF.
up to the lake south shore connect to hwy 50 to Sac 2 lane in places twisty slow busy.
way south hwy 88 to Stockton Fresno LA 2 lane dangerous miss Sac SF traffic get on 99 or I-5 Stockton.
Las Vegas is too hot but does have a lot of interesting huge conventions and concerts.
I very much dislike filing state income tax forms even if the tax is low.
I Hope to move to a 0 income tax state soon.
South Dakota is unique in that you can be a state resident without living there much.
But too cold 9 months of winter and not much population or economy.
Find a Better 0 income tax state.
Problem with 0 income tax is they usually raise your sales taxes, property taxes, vehicle fees, or some other tax.
Also they are often far north without enough sunlight in winter, cold, ice you can slip on and fall trapped indoors.
Probably why people have been retiring in Florida for 100 years.
Buy a condo Near Disney World Beaches Space Coast.
Rent it out during the summer busy season while you cool off in New Hampshire ski condo talk to Boston Ivy League people when classes not in session
sales income property
8.0 0.0 0.8 Nevada
8.0 0.0 2.1 Texas
7.8 0.0 1.5 South Dakota
13.0 0.0 0.8 Tennessee
0.0 0.0 2.0 New Hampshire
7.5 0.0 1.0 Florida
Moore's son Richard died of an accidental gunshot to the head while handling a sawed-off shotgun
The model was later taken off the market because of its "hair trigger"
Moore was diagnosed with diabetes when she was 33
She also suffered from alcoholism
In 2014, friends reported that she had heart and kidney problems and was nearly blind
Saturday, January 28, 2017
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Gov must stop flow of drug$
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Gov must stop flow of drug$
Gov must stop flow of drug$
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Trump scare the out of USA
Armed population. Guns.
Get ready to escape.
Lamestream press finally see the problem.
Monday, January 23, 2017
0 Income tax
Live in Maine beach mansion
Buy crappy lot in Texas.
Get rich in politics.
If you see boxes your reader / browser / computer is cheap, defective, nonstandard, obsolete or worse.
You would not be able to see a secure message well until you upgrade.
My new encryption scheme cannot be defeated by current methods.
But is fast, cheap, easy for anybody to use.
Thinking about selling it.
Working on a much harder scheme to defeat.
Hilariously easy to encrypt, lock out, achieve security.
Very difficult for hacker attackers to decrypt, break in, defeat security.
Asymmetric is to your advantage as a free citizen.
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Reno has a train to Sacramento and Oakland.
Reno has I-80 a dramatic and fast path to Sacramento.
Reno has an even more dramatic path up to Lake Tahoe over mount Rose Ski area 9000 feet elevation.
Twisting and steep hard on cars, easy to get stuck behind a truck.
Spectacular drop into the lake basin.
Carson City has the better highway to Lake Tahoe, slow and mild curve all the way up to lake level.
Then forks to North Shore or South Shore, nude beach near that fork.
Carson City has a Community College but is a fairly good drive into Reno the main university.
I rarely enter casinos - usually filled with smoke and addicts.
But I was amazed how people could sit in front of stupid machines and play games with each other.
That is why games are the most popular $$$ use of computers nowadays.
More popular than pornography that was the first big hit.
Facebook Twitter is still free but there is money involved in tracking you and advertising to you.
I was interested in Games in the 1980s and thought about programming them
But never played a game and could not think up a good one.
3D game technology is interesting but better used for scientific visualization as far as I am concerned.
Virtual Reality, etc.
Too many idiots in the field.
0 tax income is a great idea - you don't even have to fill out the form.
But I would also like a strong state economy such as Texas, with millions of people doing work technology and business - not gambling.
Also lots of water, trees, plants, a solid ecosystem.
Mostly found in the Eastern third of North America that drains into the Missouri and Mississippi rivers and Great Lakes.
Was solid forest before the holocaust 1492
> On Jan 21, 2017, at 7:50 PM, Ron wrote:
> My wife and I were comparing Reno and La Vegas enroute back from Vegas. Agree with your preference for Reno. Cleaner air. Better in the summer. More rustic. Virginia City. Carson City nearby. A clean state capital without homeless and graffitti everywhere. Tahoe close by. Reno does have many poor persons living on SSA and hanging out at sports bars off the strip. Norma and actually prefer the casinos and sports bars where the locals hang.
> On 21 January 2017 at 17:38, joe wrote:
> 65 degrees 2 days in a row.
> Sunny yesterday, overcast today, warm even after dark.
> I would prefer Knoxville Tennessee and Delaware for a middle latitude zero income tax state.
> Nevada is a "medical care desert"
> Las Vegas is 4 hours from UCLA medical center.
> Reno is 4 hours from UCSF medical center.
> Both hard drives. You would die en-route.
> Nevada was founded on vice - gambling, prostitution, easy divorce, and what you want to hide
> "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas"
> Inhabited by poor servants, addicts, and criminals kicked out of California or hiding from the law.
> A fair number of very wealthy, often stolen or unethically obtained wealth.
> Vegas does have lots of conventions, huge conventions, and major concerts and other entertainment.
> Some of this would be worth going too.
> But Vegas is too hot in the summer.
> Boring and probably not even worth even a visit.
> I would prefer Reno with easy San Francisco access when needed.
> Reno has bearable weather, lots of sun at high altitude.
> Lots of good housing built by illegals, reasonably priced, California refugees avoiding taxes.
> Downtown Reno, Casinos, Hospital, University all a few hundred yards walk, lots of parking
> Sunny in winter, not too hot in summer and you can drive quickly up to 9000 feet and Tahoe to cool off.
> Tahoe is by far the best part of Nevada.
> Maybe the best summers in the USA.
> Very wealthy but there is a poor servant class there too, but they often commute in.
> But 60 feet of snow in winter makes walking around difficult.
> Not much going on so would not be a place to live, but not bad to visit.
> What I said in 2011 about Trump:
> I thought it was a joke, but I hear more of it.
> Crazy things happen in politics.
> Republicans need a candidate who can beat Obama.
> Trump may be able to get more votes than Mitt Romney in our celebrity obsessed culture.
> I saw today that Donald Trump ahead in the polls for president.
> I first laughed but he is a celebrity and accomplished businessman which
> Obama is not.
> Is he the great white hope to defeat Obama?
> He was
> saying a lot of good things on TV, including how Obama-care is a
> I tend to think he can win and maybe do a fairly good job
> although I have paid little to no attention to his activities.
> What a mess! To have Donald Trump as our candidate for President is like negotiating with Mussolini.
> In my opinion, he would be the most dangerous man on the planet, should some querk get him elected.
> The guy is nuts, and we really don't need loud mouth at this point in time.
> Las Vegas:
> Just returned home from Las Vegas.
> I can see in my E Mail I have much news to catch up on.
> Give me some time to make informed commentary.
> The one thing I did notice about Las Vegas compared to our 1/2011 stay is there are aggressive homeless and opportunists everywhere.
> Armed security is every where on foot or bicycles.
> Witnessed several confrontations on the trams and buses between security and aggressive panhandlers.
>> I just returned from a weeks stay in Las Vegas. I had not visited Las Vegas since 1975. Not being a gambler I had plenty of time to be a social observer. I stayed at a well known casino on the main strip. I also toured the other famous casinos. In the latter part of the week we went outside the strip and visited pawn shops for possible jewelry etc. bargains. We also drove around the outskirts of Las Vegas just studying the sights. I reached a few conclusions based on my observations.
>> There was a distinct lack of civility that I had encountered in 1975. Employees and persons in general working on the strip were pushy bordering on threatening. Approximately 95% of the employees I encountered were from other countries and carried accents. There were persons from Bulgaria,Germany,Australia, and Latin nations etc. Interaction among the employees was confused and many were nonresponsive to management orders. Dirty items were left in hallways for days. Bellhops would take an hour or more to show up and at the wrong spot.. I also was privy to employee private conversations. I got the distinct impression there were labor problems
>> The dollar is dying. I can remember unbelievable bargains in both food and gift items in 1975. On or off the strip food was much higher.Even at popular national chains food was extremely expensive. Cheaply made gift items were extremely expensive.
>> The city is one of haves and havenots. A mile from the splendor of the Trump Casino or Bellagios the line of homeless at the service center went for two blocks after it was closed for the day! Foreign street vendors were pushy bordering on extortion.
>> Bordered up and/or vacant houses and businesses were everywhere. I also observed this all the way back to Fresno.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
But Vegas is too hot in the summer.
I would prefer Reno with easy San Francisco access when needed.
Obama is not.
saying a lot of good things on TV, including how Obama-care is a
although I have paid little to no attention to his activities.
I just returned from a weeks stay in Las Vegas. I had not visited Las Vegas since 1975. Not being a gambler I had plenty of time to be a social observer. I stayed at a well known casino on the main strip. I also toured the other famous casinos. In the latter part of the week we went outside the strip and visited pawn shops for possible jewelry etc. bargains. We also drove around the outskirts of Las Vegas just studying the sights. I reached a few conclusions based on my observations.
There was a distinct lack of civility that I had encountered in 1975. Employees and persons in general working on the strip were pushy bordering on threatening. Approximately 95% of the employees I encountered were from other countries and carried accents. There were persons from Bulgaria,Germany,Australia, and Latin nations etc. Interaction among the employees was confused and many were nonresponsive to management orders. Dirty items were left in hallways for days. Bellhops would take an hour or more to show up and at the wrong spot.. I also was privy to employee private conversations. I got the distinct impression there were labor problems
The dollar is dying. I can remember unbelievable bargains in both food and gift items in 1975. On or off the strip food was much higher.Even at popular national chains food was extremely expensive. Cheaply made gift items were extremely expensive.
The city is one of haves and havenots. A mile from the splendor of the Trump Casino or Bellagios the line of homeless at the service center went for two blocks after it was closed for the day! Foreign street vendors were pushy bordering on extortion.
Bordered up and/or vacant houses and businesses were everywhere. I also observed this all the way back to Fresno.
Friday, January 20, 2017
Interesting to see how the damage control is handled or not by both the democratic party and the captured media. Some are undoubtedly "Trendies" that just go with the flow do what they are told for a handsome paycheck. Others higher up were in on the pillage. Still others are rabid Marxists with complete disdain for any of the democratic processes or the Constitution. The Clinton Global Initiative before it folded last week accomplished what Ethel and Julius Rosenberg did but on a wholesale global level. The inauguration did not end this. Patriotic Americans of all walks of life vs. a loose alliance of trendies, Marxists, traitors, and thieves on the other.RonThe Lie Politic PROOF the Democrats/MSM/CIA et al. LIED ABOUT RUSSIAN HACKERS
After the DNC (Democratic National Committee) emails were exposed by wikileaks, the FBI and DOJ announced an investigation into Russian hacking. The liberal media ate up the claim to distract from the shame the Democrats bore for defrauding America by rigging their own Democratic Primary. Some stated it was very highly likely the Russians hacked the DNC, and the "dunce caps" overlooked facts in hopes America would blame Russia for the truth.
It should not be surprising the liberal US Media made fools out of themselves lying about Russians. What is surprising is they continued the lie to the bitter end, admonishing Russia and expelling diplomats with zero evidence that any of the allegations were true, and in the face of powerful evidence the liberal media, the intelligence community and the Democrats lied pathetically.
The FBI never once stated that the Russians were identified at all. The media used a reference to an inside source saying that the address of a website used to draw people was "similar" to Russian IP Addresses used in the past. This propagated as though the FBI/DOJ made that statement. They did not, and they had no direct connection to Russia at all. In fact, their investigation was only into hacking of the DNC, not into Russians hacking the DNC.
The sad statements made by these people endangered America for no reason other than to run a cover operation for their crimes in defrauding America. The following define how pathetic and dangerous these lies were. Had war erupted, the treason of these so called Americans would have left millions dead.
Hacking is not a complex task. It does not take any detailed knowledge of computers. Teens do it as a hobby, and in fact a teen DID hack our CIA Director John Brennan's email. If you wish to know everything the FBI/NSA and CIA know about hacking, you can find most of it through Google, books readily available at the local bookstore, forums on the internet, clubs, hacking software (publicly available) for you to download/use that automates the process and even by learning how to secure your own home computers. How pitiable is the Director of the CIA when he allows a teenager to make him look like a chump?
Hacking 101 is how to cover your tracks. Hackers have known how to obscure their identity since hacking was invented. No professional hacker would use any well known IP Address or leave an obvious trail. The Liberal media played on the computer illiteracy of many Americans to the degree they would have believed their toasters had been hacked if they burnt toast. Almost every liberal outlet, including CNN, made this ludicrous claim blatantly misleading America instead of shaming the DNC, which was gutted by resignations of their key members who were booed off the stage at the Democratic National Convention.
The liberal media again resorted to unknown sources lying through headlines that the Feds had warned the DNC about the hacking problems weeks prior to the leak. If the FBI and DOJ saw Russians hacking the DNC, which is impossible, they would have gone in and secured the DNC themselves. All they could have possibly observed is what occurs on almost every commercial and government network every single day and night.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
0 income tax
0 sales tax
1 Ivy League college
Best Hospital. Harvard
Ski daily. Condos.
Beach in summer
Active healthy populations.
Close to Boston but not too close.
Nashua top rated town for living suburban.
Lots of French people good food.
Live free or die on your auto license state motto!
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
If SHTF you need quality hospital medical care ASAP in seconds or minutes or you die.
Choose Texas Oil $$$$ get rich
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Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Monday, January 16, 2017
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Electrons are needed for human body chemical reactions.
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Sunday, January 15, 2017
What Doesn't Kill Us uncovers how just about anyone can reclaim a measure of our species' evolutionary strength by tapping into the things that feel uncomfortable. When we slightly reimagine how how our body fits into the world and then we can conditioning ourselves to find resilience in unfamiliar environments.
The feeling that something is missing from our daily routines is growing and has spawned a movement. Every year, millions of people forgo traditional gyms and push the limits of human endurance by doing boot camp style workouts in raw conditions. These extreme athletes train in CrossFit boxes, compete in Tough Mudders and challenge themselves in Spartan races. They are connecting with their environment and, whether they realize it or not, are changing their bodies.
No one exemplifies this better than Dutch fitness guru Wim Hof, whose remarkable ability to control his body temperature in extreme cold has sparked a whirlwind of scientific study. Because of him, scientists in the United States and Europe are just beginning to understand how cold adaptation might help combat autoimmune diseases and chronic pains and, in some cases, even reverse diabetes.
Award winning investigative journalist, Scott Carney dives into the fundamental philosophy at the root of this movement in three interlocking narratives. His own journey culminates in a record bending, 28-hour, climb up to the snowy peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro wearing nothing but a pair of running shorts and sneakers.
Saturday, January 14, 2017
> Hillary Clinton hasn't been in the news recently because she's doing her best to remain low key, even as the subject of ongoing investigations. Ongoing, because the inquiries into her email scandal haven't stopped, despite what the liberal media tells you on the matter.
> As many on the left think that Russia somehow doctored Clinton's lies to America and influenced the election, it seems that the FBI has uncovered the truth, and has released it to the public.
> However, they did not announce it to the world press, perhaps hoping that the media wouldn't pick up on it. Oh, how wrong they were.
> Here's WikiLeaks with the report: ......
I recommend it.
Written in simple language for lay persons.
Lots of information I have not seen elsewhere.
Patient stories, strange symptoms, ...
Complicated subject not well understood research needed.
Microbiome, genes, brain, gut, germs, emotions…
Really bad things can happen to you if you eat gluten depending on x.
Can often be cured just by getting off gluten.
Gluten sensitivity is more common than celiac disease.
One third of the population should not eat gluten?
However I never had any of those symptoms.
I probably do not have the 2 most dangerous genes.
I will go back to eating some wheat and rye sometimes.
Most is not very good nowadays so I don't eat much anyway, only by accident.
But not a big concern for me.
Chinese sell solid gluten in their grocery stores as a vegan source of protein.
Gluten may be better than meat.
Over a billion Chinese so gluten must not be fatal.
If you got to eat then eat the better foods.
Avoid gluten-free processed foods that is mostly junk food.
Avoid rice - contains arsenic.
Brown rice is worse than white rice as arsenic is in the brown but I like brown.
Wash rice carefully as arsenic can dissolve and float away.
Lots of tips and info in this book.
Ignore fake news and politics.
Study medical topics.
Get mobile and ready for SHTF.
Move to a new state ASAP to verify your disconnection from the grid.
Different health hazards in each state.
Leave before your local hazards kill you.
Study before ignorance kills you.
Friday, January 13, 2017
I walked around the neighborhood no ice on streets or sidewalk but cool wet air and rain felt like winter.
I got no need app on my phone.
I never subscribe to newspaper.
I got no TV.
I read in library.
Why I pay little attention to news:
Lubbock gets warmer in winter days. Far south more winter sun. Not as high altitude. More summer rain.
Lubbock has medical school!!!!
Texas is rich.
Nevada is poor.
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Heard the below on radio.
If you don't like your genes then change them. Common project in college. Can't learn without going to college. Your doctor is not trained either. Have to do yourself. No learned helplessness. Grab the bull by his horns. Carpe Diem.
Stop other cancers too by XPG.
I walked by her lab daily year she discovered BRCA but don't recall talking to anybody about BRCA. Don't recall her at all. But knew many in that lab and similar labs. One was doing cancer I recall well.
She was also the first to discover human genes 99% same as chimpanzee. Of course. Obvious. Diverged only 5000000 years ago.
Blonde from IL went to rich kid Scandinavian college then Berkeley and UCSF.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Joggers having fun.
I walked all day.
90 degree jump temp in a few days! Almost.
Out of sight out of mind.
I can think more clearly as I toss junk.
Still a ways to go.
5 tons down 200 pounds to go.
Cant move yet.
Weather so good I want to stay.
People friendly so far.
Lots of sports facilities.
Peer pressure to exercise harder.
Deserted cute downtown college Xmas vacation 1 month MLK too.
Draft dodgers want to fight a similar war??? Cowards?
Is that logical?
Proponents have been smoking too much pot?
Pot smokers in Humboldt County California have for decades wanted to secede and a "State of Jefferson"
Now getting rich off marijuana growing.
California has always been known as a looney bin, crazy ideas everywhere.
California only stays afloat buoyed by QE quantitative easing and similar earlier conspiracies.
USA Federal Reserve co-conspirators dump valuable fiat money $$$$$ into the financial system who "invest" in tech companies that usually go bankrupt.
Now they are financing tracking companies phones, ads, scripts that follow, photo, hear everything the sheeple do thru their phones, computers, cars, refrigerators, etc.
And electronics and metals that destroy brains and bodies to dumb down and wear down the sheeple and control their voting.
Not cost effective and disruptive of work but they do not care.
Large metallic SUVS disrupt the magnetic fields that normally help maintain health.
Electrical motors whirring high rpm much more disruptive than reciprocating piston fossil fuels.
Batteries worse than fossil fuels.
Huge electric trains and trucks very disruptive.
Not cost effective but with trillions of QE $$$$ they can pay for it in the short run.
Later declare bankruptcy and installed crooks in the courts will let them walk away.
Don't play that game.
Go somewhere that is doing something socially productive.
Sell Alaska to Russia.
Sell Hawaii to Japan.
Sell Puerto Rico to the UK.
Return California to the Native Americans.
Return all the Western States to Native Americans.
Return all unused land to Native Americans.
Concentrate on returning the invaders to their native lands.
> , Bob wrote:
> CalExit-Urging a Yes Vote.
> January 7, 2017 email@example.com
> CalExit is the "Brainchild" of these leftists crybabies here in California to withdraw California from the union. You see, now that Trump and his Horrible Deplorables have taken over, it's just too much for the prissy-pants wittle snowflakes to brook. They need their wittle shelters to shield them from reality. So now they want to take California and stomp home with it like it is their ball on the playground. To which I say, why the hell not. Get out, please, go as far away as possible and then keep going.
> I've written about this before, but why exactly does the U.S. have to stay together? Why couldn't we split the U.S. into something like 50% land and/or states going to the liberals and 50% to us wretched deplorables?
> This is the reality. Fight as hard as you want but 10 years, 30 years, 50 years from now this country is still going to be divided roughly 50/50. Don't we all know that? When has there ever been anything like a lopsided tilt in the history of the country? Look at the last 200 years of elections. It's always roughly 55/45, and when it's 60 % on one side it's consider a blowout. It's not going to change. Why not face it? As a right/libertarian I also advocate legalizing drugs. I'm not for drugs but it seems to me that the reality is that drugs are never going away regardless. And I do mean never. So again, come on. Why not make the best of the situation.
> It would be something like this. The libs get the Northeast and the Pacific coast. That's roughly 25 states. The "Horrible Deplorables" get the South and the Midwest. Their side could be called the "People's Republic of Goodness" and ours could be called the "Horrible Deplorables Wasteland." (
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Short drive to Vegas.
My farm was much better.
Bombarded by electronic and magnetic fields
Surrounded by iron, steel, vehicles, reciprocating engines, refrigerators, electric ranges, cell phones, cordless phones, TV, Radio, air conditioners, heaters, etc.
Junk food turning sheeple into lead-acid batteries poisoned by lithium, cadmium, selenium, mercury, lead, heavy metals,
Trump Drudge Goldman Sachs alt right controlling their voting
Human brains, bodies very sensitive to EMF chemical genetic geographic interactions
Most people live far from their ancestral homelands
eating foods very different from their ancestors
blasted by all sorts of radiations pollutions
chemicals in air water food beds furnitures stores
A recipe for deflating health and wealth and mind control by the powers that be.
Show up for learning and work on how to protect yourself.
If you don't then somebody else will get that power and control you.
Dog eat dog survival of the fittest.
Move immediately to medical college and get the facts decades before your doctor knows.
Website below has a lot of information
You can buy all sorts of sensors including at amazon.com
But not exactly what you need to be looking at
Must get MD PHD to know more, or at least absorb similar knowledge by studying, talking and interacting on college campus.
Learn how to do lab tests.
I get some tests, but there are hundreds and it is hard to do any test right or often enough to monitor what needs to be monitored.
Prioritize and learn
Monday, January 9, 2017
Began before I was born
Also split California into 2 or more states.
More liberal senators.
Will go nowhere.
Electronic disinformation for the sheeple.
Sunday, January 8, 2017
I agree on all points.
Fine line between legal and illegal. Civil vs criminal. Lawyers and judges do not agree. Law enforcement gives up. The biggest crooks often get away with it.
I am after some local crooks. Drugs. Fraud. Theft. Money laundering. Now I see some connections with famous Jew bankers who got caught. Big deals going back decades.
Could whole cities be money laundering schemes? Time shares. Branson. Las Vegas. Miami. NYC Any resort area. Theatres hotels condos gambling. Illicit cash can be banked. Laundered. IRS FBI can't audit or investigate so many facilities.
Conspiracy theories often entertainment to distract from legal and illegal schemes to deflation sheeple health and wealth.
I will send articles in a few minutes. Published. Some got caught. Needs to be more caught. These conspiracies are going on. Allowing other crimes and unethical activities.
Too much illegal cash from drugs destroying white trash negro latino communities.
, Ron wrote:
> Conspiracy- A secret plan by two or more persons with a common goal of an unlawful or harmful act
> This word has become a red flag that the person using it does not have an argument on the merits to proffer. The terms such as "conspiracy theory" or "conspiracy theorists" were coined by the CIA (have seen the directive paper) to label and thus silence any of those not adhering to an accepted official explanation. The collective overuse of "conspiracy" by low information "progressives" came to a head in the last election. These progressives became victims of their own unwillingness to argue and reason on the merits regardless of the source of the information.
> On any one day there are perhaps millions of "conspiracies" occurring around the world. A minute fraction of these will end up in a criminal court at which time the jury or judge will determine whether a particular conspiracy does in fact exist and the members and parameters.
> When I look back on the last century many labelled "conspiracies" such as the JFK assassination did in fact exist and were the correct but not official interpretation of events.
> just my thoughts,
>> Similar to finance and health deflation conspiracies?
>> Shoot or overdose or electrocute or deflate the poor 99%?
>> Inflate health and wealth the rich 1%? $$ solar panel imports.
>> Interlocking old boys club.
>> Blame Russian hackers? Why did Obama hack Clinton NSA FBI CIA? Fire the whole mess. Save tax $$$. Where is the evidence?
>> Trump Savior or executioner?
In his latest book, investigative journalist and anthropologist Carney expands on his 2014 Playboy piece, "The Iceman Cometh," in which he profiled Dutch fitness guru Wim Hof and
Does that make sense?
Are CIA FBI NSA so incompetent they cannot stop Aliens from influencing USA elections?
If so then fire them all.
Start over with new people running "intelligence" agencies.
USA needs cyber security.
Where is the evidence that hacking occurred?
Exactly how did this happen?
Sounds like just another hoax fake news that Democrats thought would win the election.
Trump needs to rebuild relations with Russia instead of constant badmouthing of Russia
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Friday, January 6, 2017
No sun in mosque either.
He looks pale sick.
Puerto Rico very far south. Should stay home.
Guns don't kill people.
Lack of sun kills people.
End the wars.
Go to the beach.
The manager told Markula that whoever made the change then requested that a new mobile device be added to the account,
customer approaches the cash machine with a smart phone with the mobile app merely requires the customer to supply their online banking username and password
Can become sudden death by high technology.
Wifi is weaker and bluetooth is weaker yet - keep away from head.
But all this stuff is suspicious.
Use rotary dial phones on real phone lines.
Refrigerators are powerful electronics, as are air conditioners, ranges, hot water heaters.
Move to brand new apartment ASAP.
The trend is to weaker and weaker electronics (cheaper) so new is better.
Turn down or turn off as much as possible.
Open the windows 24x7 to breathe fresh air.
Eat in restaurants, shop daily, eat raw stuff at home.
Go to the beach all day, or hike in the desert to get lots of sunshine.
Use computers at the university and turn off laptops before coming home.
Carcinogens in your home, in the air, in your food.
Don't add excessive electronics to the mix.
TV gives off bad wavelengths of light and fake news so don't get a TV.
I don't have a TV.
Go to library and read real books much faster than any electronic reading system and better for your eyes and brain.
Learn to play piano, violin, guitar, drums, etc.
Make $ playing live where the $s are.
Make your own music, don't listen to electronic music.
electrocuted while listening to music on his cell phone
Shoot or overdose or electrocute or deflate the poor 99%?
Inflate health and wealth the rich 1%? $$ solar panel imports.
Interlocking old boys club.
Blame Russian hackers? Why did Obama hack Clinton NSA FBI CIA? Fire the whole mess. Save tax $$$. Where is the evidence?
Trump Savior or executioner?
Georgia Tech Climatologist Judith Curry Resigns over 'the CRAZINESS in the field of climate science.' - Hit & Run : Reason.com
Same as Finance?
Follow her blog.
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Should have tossed most of that stuff I was saving for a large farm house. I did toss most before buying farm anyway. Get rid of all junk that may be infested. Germs. Bedbugs. Ticks. Chemicals. Put important online. Live free ready to escape if SHTF.
Move to small modern apartment. 2nd floor or higher. off ground. No pets. clean. Fresh air. Orderly so no wasted time. Easy to heat cool. Close to work so can walk everywhere.
Pneumonia still a leading cause of death. I Have been advised to get 2 shot sequence. Sounds dangerous.
Always live near quality health care. 1 mile to emergency room Humans are fragile even if strong. Remote farms are dangerous. Farm animals are dangerous. Driving out to farm is dangerous and takes time away from work.
I went 60 years without missing class or work or military or appointments due to disease. I Did get minor food poisoning a few times on weekends traveling etc. Many colds that I ignore. Flu rarely.
37% fatality rate for mouse Hantavirus virus that I survived OK.
Listened over and over
Almost my theme of 1966 a black year for me.
Did not know Jew influence of British invasion. Thought that was more in USA. Ronnie Spector etc so many.
Even Cher Bono?
Nuclear War soon.
USA + Russia vs North Korea.
LA Times many articles.
Obama goof off pro Muslim.
Obama was Anti Jew.
Trump as Savior of Jews.
It is very hard to sort all this out.
google "Kiplinger retirement map"
Texas is better for business but taxes and housing can be expensive in the trendy boom areas.
Lubbock is not bad and 3333 foot altitude near New Mexico.
Some Texas areas are too hot in the summer and other areas do get cold in the winter when Florida is better.
Winter: Florida is probably the best Disney World Beach Areas the "off season" so much is cheaper too.
Summer: Wyoming Jackson Hole, Black Hills South Dakota, Lake Tahoe Nevada probably the best weather
Fly between, live in resort condos or university apartments.
Or live in Sioux Tent in the Dakotas for summer and Florida the rest of the year.
World peace finally?
Closeted Jews outed by Google?
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Tuesday, January 3, 2017
New Mexico store under fire for racist, anti-muslim posters (PHOTOS) https://www.rt.com/usa/372484-new-mexico-store-racist-signs/
Self deflation instead of get rich off the Trump infrastructure boom.
Jew brokers getting rich off Nazi arrivals who will lose their house after arrest and confiscation of the house. If they do not get run out of town selling for a loss before they get jailed.
Nazis and Jews fighting over stolen Native American land. They should emigrate to Israel Holy Land and work for peace.
Monday, January 2, 2017
Move to DC get rich $$$$ if you can talk enough to figure out strategy.
Old article psychology of Goldman agenda for government takeover Trump the executor.
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