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bear sense we should learn from

From Hiking and Fishing .com “A bear’s sense of smell about 2,100-3,000 times better than a human’s. Bear Vs Wolf’s Sense of Smell A wolf’s sense of smell is about 100 times better than a human’s sense of smell, making them better than most dogs, but nowhere near as sensitive as a bear’s sense of smell.” What does this enable them to do, besides finding fish in a rushing river or berries two ridges away? As this video of a man trying to tempt his bear buddy with a Big Mac might teach us, there is no food in there. If you tried to buy the ingredients in a grocery store, AND if read the list itemized on the side […]

Indoctrination, Intimidation & Intolerance: What Passes for Education Today

I receive regular essays and notifications from The Rutherford Institute. Today’s is so spot-on that I cannot resist sharing it with you intact. Their work is always excellent. This is just one example. Visit their website. Subscribe to their announcements and news for free. They are clearly dedicated to getting the word out … against our oppressors. – Ted     Indoctrination, Intimidation & Intolerance: What Passes for Education Today By John & Nisha Whitehead August 08, 2023   “Every day in communities across the United States, children and adolescents spend the majority of their waking hours in schools that have increasingly come to resemble places of detention more than places of learning.”—Investigative journalist Annette Fuentes This is what it […]

average “homeowners” are actually buried in their mortgages

Homeowners are now spending a record 40% of their gross income on their mortgage. This is ABOVE the 2008 high of 39% and up sharply over the last 2 years. After paying income taxes and mortgage costs, most homebuyers have less than 30% of their income left. That is prior to the recent massive hike in property taxes most states implemented simultaneously. One might be justified in thinking THEY want to impoverish all and force them into the new smart cities. (Source: KobeissiLetter) […]

Why did they burn out Lahaina?

This video is so startling, impressive and important that I included it in my prior post with a link directly to Eew-Toob, which I really hate to do. In this newer post I include the video in a sanitized (non-tracking) form. I also added more information and links as the REAL INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS publish their work on the World Wide Web. I might as well stay on this topic while it is hot, eh? 😉 In addition to the cleaned-up version of that important video is another by a local videographer who published it via Rumble. I trust that platform a whole lot more than the obvious Deep State players, and have not found a way to sanitize from […]

speaking of directed energy fires …

As you can see from the link in this sentence, I have published several expose’s about directed energy on this website. With the blatant attack on Hawaii it seems like a good time for an update on that subject. The premise and facts don’t change, but the evidence and proofs continue to stack up. Whether you know it or not, you are in a war. I believe understanding that will be helpful. They win automatically if we do not fight back, resist, or help those who are fighting and resisting our enemies. We can only curse our prior ignorance and inaction once we are within the walls of “the camp”. That is what inspires me to do what I […]

Maui fire; welcome to the war

The very first moment I heard of the Maui fires I thought “Directed Energy”. That turned out to be true … I should couch that in equivocal terms like “is probably true” or “may be true” or “is possible”, but I do not believe in pretending when the truth is so darn hard to deny. Look at this photo. Just as in the Santa Rosa, Paradise, Australian and other recent massive fires, the homes are turned to ash while trees survive intact right next to them. The fire heats are EXTRAORDINARY, the burn/destruction patterns unprecedented in fire science yet they continue to happen over and over … like ever since Lockheed/Martin announced their wonder weapon – the airborne laser, […]

shopping for dumb

The big screen we inherited from the squatters died. Though I have not watched television in 35-40 years, there are several things we do use that big screen in my studio for. That finds me shopping for a replacement. So far I believe I have avoided inviting any “smart” technology into my world. I did not want to start now. The term “smart” originally comes from the acronym “Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology”. Average people think they are smart for adopting the technology. The advantages of being able to tell or ask your smart tools anything is among their little pleasures in life. I am in the other camp that asks, “reporting to who?” The police state knows more than […]

The global slave e-currency is in the rollout phase

– takers and leavers in similar numbers Gregory Mannarino, known to some as The Robin Hood of Wall Street, produced a good snapshot of where we are in this process. The short version is that the rollout of a global e-currency, led by the owners of the Fed is already underway. They are getting the slaves accustomed to dependence on Big Brother for everything, and electronic transactions as the norm, soon to be The Only Way… your access to your money will be available only when, where and how they want you to have it. Every dystopian novel and movie touching on this subject will come true in the real world. Except for those of us who have other […]

The River People

I grew up in Sonoma County near the Santa Rosa Creek that I saw punish people for moving into nice new subdivision homes within its 20-year flood plane. Those who developed these housing tracts on cheap, easy-to-build-on flat land were long gone along with their profits well before the flood waters arrived. Newcomers bought into those neighborhoods during the months and years of non-flooding seeing nothing suspicious in hundreds of homes with nice roads, sidewalks, yards, parks and schools. Not far downstream that creek joined The Russian River whose floods were much more impressive as well as far more frequent. In these areas, EVERYBODY KNEW about the annual flooding and moved in with their eyes open. Cute little vacation […]

capturing the essence of Piglet

It is now official. The diminutive 1978 Honda XL75 Melissa’s Harley-loving brother (owns several HOGs) gave her is now known as Piglet. The three of us find the moniker amusing and appropriate. She has even affixed a Piglet sticker to her motorcycle helmet. The photo of the three bikes in our garage jumped in front of me this morning. I think it captures the essence of Piglet, though it would be quite a bit better if the big brothers on either side were HOGS rather than a BMW and a Suzuki. Perhaps that photo will show up here someday… but it won’t be in my garage as I am not likely to go for anything heavier than my BMW. […]

law enforcement is not the same as public safety

Patrol Bike (BMW R1200RT-P)It was a long day for me on and off my BMW. I made the Sunday Morning Breakfast Club run. That is an hour ride on straight, boring Highway 93 to the marshalling parking lot, then a con-brio group ride on lovely, winding Highway 12 over Lolo Pass for breakfast 47 miles away. After a lot of camraderie, having the group’s tech wizard get my keys out of the trunk I locked them in, we rode back. From Lolo, I followed one of my new friends to his yard in Missoula to tour a most amazing collection – around 100 classic motorcycles, only a few of which have been restored to excellent operating condition by an interesting […]