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head-to-head study of vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Starting from the assumption that vaccines were good, valuable, and important,  a Jackson State University study does find disconcerting patterns of injury to children from the simple expedient of collecting real data from vaccinated and unvaccinated children. This SHOULD be a wakeup call. People SHOULD be inspired to learn about the natural immune system, which is an amazing, intricate, successful masterpiece of nature. Take care of it; it takes care of us. Ted —————— Confirmed science shows that vaccinated children have 420% higher risk of ADHD compared to non-vaccinated kids Monday, May 22, 2017 by: Tracey Watson Tags: adhd, allergies, autism, eczema, learning problems, long-term effects, NDDs, neurdevelopmental disorders, vaccines       (Natural News) For the longest time, I’ve […]

stove-top coffee roasting

Last July I put up a detailed post describing my home coffee roasting process. I am still roasting the same way and won’t repeat that post here. Go there if you want to know step-by-step how to purchase green coffee beans and turn them into wonderful, fresh coffee to suit your own tastes. coffee roasting at home What I am adding with this post is a link to my Vimeo channel where I published a short video clip of the process. Ted roasting coffee beans on gas burner Vimeo is kind-of a liberated YouTube; minus the agenda, censors and big brother aspects. It has the free version that I am currently using and several upgrade levels. I do not appear […]

loyal mug

I have a favorite coffee mug. A couple of days ago, I realized it has been my favorite for a long, long time… that is, in coffee mug years. My daughters invited me to a paint-your-own green clay studio back in February ’99. How do I remember when they did that? It says so on the cup I painted. The shape of the lip, and grace of the cup is crucial. The memories matter. The theme and art cap it off. Can you imagine being loyal to a coffee mug for 18 years? Heck, in our disposable society, almost nothing remains in our lives that long. In my world, it is not alone. Grandpa Herb demonstrated to me: Get quality. […]

stop spring allergies

5 Essential oils to stop spring allergies from Natural News.com Friday, May 19, 2017 by: Russel Davis (Natural News) Allergies affect people all-year round, triggering unwanted symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, and watery eyes. Most allergies can be treated with over-the-counter drugs. However, medications may not be effective enough to stem allergic reactions. The health and wellness website MindBodyGreen.com lists five essential oils that may combat allergic onset. Green Myrtle – Green myrtle helps boost the body’s oxygen uptake. The essential oil is known to be a potent antispasmodic and expectorant. It is also a powerful anti-catarrhal, which helps the body expel excess mucus. Green myrtle oil can be added to various other essential oils such as almond and coconut […]

my first 1K

I thought of myself as a 600-yard rifleman. In DCM, CMP and NRA High Power competitions, the 600 yard target we shoot at is labeled “MR1”. That stands for “medium range”, standard target. Thus I don’t get an inflated ego from hitting that sucker on a known-distance course of fire. Upon selling The Gentleman Farmer business I owned/operated for 22 years, my gold watch was a nice trombone and a nice rifle. Two tools I had long wished for but never afforded (best boss I ever had). My AR-10 and I are awesome at a known distance of 200 yards and quite clearly effective at measured and marked 600 yards. Of course only paper targets are going to present themselves […]

another cost of modern culture

Who would turn down perpetual attractiveness? Would any of us reject the opportunity for our beauty or handsomeness to last into our old age? That seems a likely cost of open marriages, uncommitted relationships, transgenderism, anti-marriage (and I’m NOT talking about government permits), and, basically, the entire attack on the man-woman, long-term-commitment model. While there may be instances, in fact I’ve seen some where the non-traditional can work in the long run, most do not. Yet culture after culture around the world and throughout history have had the One-Each M+F model work well. I purloined a few sentences from a post on this topic. Click the link to read the whole thing. ———- To me, fair friend, you never can […]

Barter will become the new economy

after the global financial collapse, so make sure you have plenty of these items from www.Collapse.News Written By: JD Heyes May 13, 2017 Following the global collapse of the world’s financial system, which no one knows when will happen but many believe is inevitable given the massive debt held by the world’s biggest economies, the concept of “money” will change virtually overnight. Like post-World War I Germany, when hyperinflation made the currency – the mark – so devalued and worthless that German waiters in restaurants had to climb on tables to announce new menu prices every 30 minutes, the world’s currencies will similarly collapse, since they are all based on the U.S. dollar.   Five years ago an MIT […]

why the new boss is the same as the old boss

Outgoing president Dwight Eisenhower warned us about the growing power of the military-industrial-complex. They obviously control international policy. The drug companies control national drug policy. The banksters control the monetary system. Entrenched systems control the federal government. Little men in the Oval Office are allowed to pontificate and play at being important. Their lifespan is directly related to their unwillingness to tip over the vendors’ carts. American Democracy Is “A Dead Man Walking” Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, Trump’s “sell-out,” as it is called, coming on top of Obama’s eight-year “sell-out,” is instructive. We have now had a Democratic president who sold out the people who elected him and a Republican president who has done the same thing. This is […]

educational quotations

“If it would be wrong for the government to adopt an official religion, then, for the same reasons, it would be wrong for the government to adopt official education policies. The moral case for freedom of religion stands or falls with that for freedom of education. A society that champions freedom of religion but at the same time countenances state regulation of education has a great deal of explaining to do.” — James R. Otteson American philosopher, professor, author http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote_blog/James.Otteson.Quote.57F5 “Education… now seems to me perhaps the most authoritarian and dangerous of all the social inventions of mankind. It is the deepest foundation of the modern slave state, in which most people feel themselves to be nothing but producers, […]