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The Show

We are in the time and place of the greatest overthrow in the history of mankind. It would be a shame to not peek in at least once in a while. Here I share one heckuva peek… And links to see more… Oh so much more. … Q: “Watch the resignations” In this video 412 Anon helps us do exactly that. The four researching activists in the show also cover other really exciting Drain The Swamp news. The one thing I struggled with in the above video was following through on some of the suggestions made by the participants. So I watched it again, taking notes, then stumbing around the world wide web so I could help you with any […]

BEARS in the air

BEARS Bitterroot Emergency Amateur Radio Services —————————– When normal communications systems – phone lines, cell phones, internet, 911-call-centers, broadcast TV & radio – are unavailable or overtaxed, amateur radio can provide flexible communications resources. MISSION Provide our neighborhoods and communities with a pool of trained radio operators, technicians and resources to deliver essential communications during emergencies. ———————————————————- BEARS is an organization dedicated to preparing, practicing for, and being able to provide radio communications via amateur radio whenever requested , whether for emergencies or planned events throughout and beyond the Bitterroot whenever radio is superior, or other means of communication are compromised We are eager, able and willing to work with related organizations and other emergency service providers, but retain […]

my website security and reliability

In February I changed hosting services. That took a lot more learning than I expected. It also had a large number of failures before my perseverance finally resolved the myriad details that had to be addressed exactly so. Even before I finally achieved the reliability in presentation and fluid ability to post new articles to my sites, I began getting messages suggesting I really, really ought to convert to the more secure access offered by “HTTPS”, as opposed to unsecured plain HTTP. Enter, once again, more details that I did not know and had to learn about. Today I think my websites are reliably, consistently up on HTTPS with improved security for thee and me. To take advantage of that, […]

gadget love making us crazy

This one from Zerohedge is very good. Anyone paying attention can validate the points. This article goes into the details, but the meta-data, the big picture is obvious to any observer who has kept their distance from the swamp. How many signs do we need that some time spent in nature, thoughtful periods and interactions with fundamental, cave-man tools is important to a balanced person? This Is The ‘Depressing’ Chart Mark Zuckerberg Does Not Want You To See by Tyler Durden Tue, 05/22/2018 – 11:15 0 SHARES Almost a year ago, we wrote about how post-Millennials are safer, physically, than adolescents have ever been, but they’re on the brink of a mental-health crisis. The Atlantic’s Jean Twenge questioned  whether “smartphones […]

Faraday comms case

Long on my ToDo list, today this one got TA-DONE! 🙂 … HOORAY!!! PROBLEM: More often than not heading out without key components of my communications plan. RELATED PROBLEM: Want some protection from an EMP for my comms gear. I have tried less expensive solutions, but they always fail to satisfy form, function, utility and aesthetics. I finally recognized that I had to spend a little more to achieve satisfaction. The $140 T.Z Molded Aluminum Attache Case is an excellent choice. Real Aluminum – not plastic with a spray-on aluminum-colored coating. I looked above and below that price point with nothing competitive showing up. The other component that has had several false starts in my projects was THE FOAM. I […]

intelligentsia quitting Google

You love the Earth, nature, people and feeling like you are a positive contributor to all that. Then you discover that you work for a corporation with some OTHER priorities. Do you hang onto your comfortable income stream or live within your honor and integrity. Some Google employees have faced that dilemma and come out on the side of honor. I commend them. Google employees finally wake up and realize they’re working for PURE EVIL… AI drone “terminator” project meets internal resistance Thursday, May 17, 2018 by: Ethan Huff Tags: accountability, artificial intelligence, autonomous, computing, Department of Defense, employees, ethics, evil, fascism, future tech, Glitch, Google, killer drones, military tech, military use, Project Maven, quitting, robotics, robots, search engine, Tyranny, […]

mushroom leather

I am currently taking a weekly evening class on growing oyster mushrooms. Our instructor, Chase, spent the 6 months following his oil field job layoff studying mushrooms, and experimenting with their production. He is enthusiastically passing on what he learned. There is SO MUCH about mushrooms that I did not know. Of course the rather meticulous, involved propagation is part of that, but the nature of a mushroom colony is quite different than what I imagined. The part we all see, know and eat is such a tiny element in the being. Moreover, mushrooms exist in a huge number of varieties, most of which adapt to their surroundings in surprising ways. My weekly class is zooming over the tip of […]

12-volt lighting

Last month in Studio wired I showed you my breakthrough getting my studio 12-volt emergency lighting operating. I accomplished a couple of refinements recently. Besides the obvious advantages of having lights regardless of power grid failures, my 12-volt LEDs provide lighting options in addition to, instead of, or in combination with the various 110-volt lights I have installed. Prior to connecting up my antique meters, I was running on a gut-feeling that I had to be real conservative in my use of the 12-volt to avoid excessive depletion of the batteries, thus shortening their lives. The meters tell me I was wrong by A LOT. While modern digital meters consume almost no energy, my antique analog meters have a […]

handheld radio recommendation

Tytera MD-390 Progress in two-way radios is similar to that in all other electronics. That is to say this recommendation will not be the optimum choice years from now. Nevertheless, this radio can serve you well for many years. The other caveat is there are many good choices. This is only one of them. I am making this suggestion to help the novice find a solid handheld transceiver that is well received within the amateur radio community. In a crowded field of feature-rich radios, the MD-390 has most of what you would want while being in the lower part of the $25 to $500 price range ($130). IMPORTANT NOTE: Make sure you order this in the 400-480MHz UHF (ultra-high-frequency) model […]

Microsoft Controls All Content on Your Computer

– Bigger Threat Than Google Headquarters for the Fourth Reich Microsoft, previously absent from any conversation regarding censorship and resulting tyrannical behavior, has now moved to the head of the class when it comes to Deep State, globalist tyranny. Notification of Changes to Microsoft’s Terms of Use   Last night at 6:46pm Pacific, I received an email from Microsoft advising me that the terms of my usage agreement with Microsoft had changed and by virtue of the fact that I was using their product, I have offered my implied consent to the new policies. My wife and I reviewed the major points of the terms of of service over dinner. Her concluding comments included “Microsoft thinks that they can takeover […]

poking Big Brother in the eyes

THEY can access every part of your computer, your cell phone and your smart appliances. THEY can turn them on even when you have turned those appliances off. THEY monitor, collect and store every bit of electronic traffic coming to or from you. Amendment IV The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. Of course “the founding fathers” did not anticipate personal computers, e-mails and cell phones. Therefore invading our privacies on those was […]

I shot the moon

Cool Cosmos tells us that our moon is an average distance of 238,855 miles (384,400 kilometers) away from Earth. That is about the width of 30 Earths. Because the Moon does not orbit Earth in a perfect circle, but instead travels in a slightly elliptical orbit, its distance from Earth varies between 225,700 miles (363,300 kilometers) and 252,000 miles (405,500 kilometers). One of the Yahoo Answers says The Moon is 238000 miles from Earth. The length of its orbit is 1,495,398 miles one orbit is 27.3 days=655.2 hours 1,495,398 Ă· 655.2 The Moon travels around the Earth at about 2282.4 mph Okay. Now we have established an approximate distance of 238,855 miles away, moving relative to where I am standing […]

For Sale

I have some clearing out to do. I am posting the information and photos here so I can reference them from other sites. Of course if you are interested in any of it, send mail to Ted at BitterrootBugle dot com Flock of Chickens – $100 This is a nicely balanced flock with 15 hens in their prime, three of them had yet to start laying when winter set in. Quite a few breeds in this flock produce multi-colored eggs, brown, tan, blue and green. I thinned out 2 middle aged roosters a few months ago, keeping grandpa who the girls liked to hang out with and one who was too young to bother the hens. Two of the hens […]

understanding net neutrality

I admit to giving the study of net neutrality far less attention than bombing Arabia, poisoning the Earth, the .01% stealing everyone else’s money, potential EMP and other catastrophies. It is not because I don’t value our one remaining free press; the only readily available source of truth. It is just that studying up on both sides of the issue is on my back burner along with 40 other things on my ToDo list. Along comes the Mises Institute: with a clear presentation of the issue. Wow. That was easier than I imagined. I now have an opinion based on knowledge.   Net Neutrality and the Problem with “Experts” 73 Comments Tags Calculation and KnowledgePrices 12/11/2017Ryan McMaken The FCC is […]