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October 4th, things to do, noon to two

Whether the Emergency Broadcast System contains an assault on humans or not, the possibility is worth respecting, and removing yourself and those you care about from harms way is just too easy. The thing to do is be away from any devices that can receive those signals. That is both your devices and others. That pretty well eliminates public spaces, modern transportation and populated areas… leaving a great big world of possibilities for darn-near any of us who aren’t strapped to jobs in those spaces. Those folks may need more creative or bold solutions. For me it is easy. In my yard, shop or neighborhood I am almost completely guaranteed to be away from the potential offending devices. I […]

Pain is my friend

No, I am not one of those… However, by mid-life I figured out something really important about how to operate this machine I occupy… that pain is a valuable partner in healing the various injuries I subject my body to. If it hurts, don’t do it. I smashed my finger during a move, went to my ex-San Diego Chargers Physicians Assistant. He offered me pain meds as soon as I told him what I was there for. I declined. Without examination, he then told me with great confidence that it was not broken. He knew that because I declined the drugs. I asked if we could take a picture anyway. With one look at the x-ray showing multiple broken bones […]

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 […]

two-wheeled psychotherapist

There seems to be a common thread in the motorcycle community that transcends all the different types of bikes and riding styles. Choppers, cruisers, sport, touring, dirt, racing, scooter, townie, trails, vintage … We may disagree significantly on how a bike should fit and function for us, but we agree on this main point. All of us find riding them to be theraputic. Riding a motorcycle is similar in that way to painting, making music, skiing, shooting, meditation, dance and so many other activities that require the full employment of our minds. There simply is no space in the conscious mind for whatever troubles or trivialities of life may sometimes bother us, once we get into the zone. The […]

COVID in the news … lotsa links

I have been collecting the latest, up-to-datest news on what I continue to quite accurately call “biological warfare”, “false flag”, and “lamestream media propaganda”. Here are excerpts, links and a video clip from people who honor their professions in science, medicine and honest journalism. The first video has one of those massively overused phrases “must watch” in its headline. I really dislike that abuse as it not only conveys nothing, but attempts to give me orders … not something I take … ever. On the other hand, it is definitely worth 21 minutes of your time. Try it for a bit. I suspect you will agree. One little quibble I have that detracts very little from what he and […]

The COVID shots that missed by a mile

The effectiveness of the biological weapon was severely compromised by millions of us who were not successfully misled. Better still, many of the hired guns deliberately missed their targets.  Look at this compilation below.    most of the vaccines were replaced with saline shots. At least 50% of the population have been vaccinated, if it was all poison, there would be 4 billion people dead. Without the “vaccine” we would still be locked down, and the economy would have been Devastated. We are at war, casualties are inevitable. The enemy wanted 90% of human life exterminated, and the remaining survivors enslaved. (As written on the Georgia guidestones) Good guys are winning. Here’s a few examples… Plastic surgeon injected kids with […]

vaxx, covid, biological war

I have been saving bookmarks under this title for a while. I am finally getting around to sharing them here. It is a big subject and huge assault on Earth’s human population. Throughout this entire psychological and biological war, the perps expose themselves to those of us who know what is going on. Through this you can know your enemies, or who has been naughty and who has been nice. While the headlines tell most of the story, the articles linked therein spell it out in detail. Follow any of them that pique your interest. While there is a lot of redundancy in the subjects and titles, I believe I put in no duplicates… just a lot of verification for […]

choosing good cheer – be happy

https://www.bitterrootbugle.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Dont-Worry-Be-Happy-Bobby-McFerrin.mp3 Sure the globalists, banksters, or whatever moniker we apply to the evil ones have wrecked much of what is wonderful, beautiful, joyful and pleasant in this world, but there is still much loveliness to be appreciated. Savor, celebrate what goodness we have. A good friend half my age is a specialist in finding the black cloud inside every silver lining. I work on him with modest success at best to pull him away from the angry, dark world he chooses to inhabit. We see the same evils, but I choose to focus more on what remains unsullied and what liberties I retain despite the looming police state. Between these two positions lies preparing for what evil and deprivation […]

chemtrail flu sick leave

On Tuesday night I was hammered hard with congestion and fever. My response was as it always is: Work with my immune system teammates – cook those pathogens to death. Expel the corpses. Wednesday my body requested lots of rest, clear liquids, and precious little else. Therefore, I spent as much of the day drifting between sleep and awake under my blankee on my recliner as I did lazing around the house kept toasty-warm via my woodstove returning the liberated carbon atoms back to the northwestern air from whence the local trees harvested it. Today is much better, but a light overlay of lingering weakness and likely infection dictate a physically low profile day. So I am playing keyboard catch-up. […]

Fasting Day 10 … The End

. This evening my 10 day fast ends. I have decided to cease this depredation. Eye, ear, nose and throat have returned to reasonable normalcy. Left lymph node shrunk to normal, right side is close. My skin has largely cleared up with little of the excessive dryness and flaking I had two weeks ago. My chest congestion has gone from severe bronchitis to tiny bits of flem expelling what it can of the nastiness in our air. Sure, I would likely see more healthy progress were I to continue, but I am just tired of it. I want to enjoy meals, an occasional beer or two, and a return to the social aspects of eating regular meals like, and mostly […]

Fasting along – Day 7 report

Looking at a websearch on what others have shared about fasting, I tripped over a new-to-me phrase that fits well: therapeutic fasting. Upon finding out that I am fasting, the normal first assumption is that I am working for weight loss. Not that my 6′ 175-pound figure appears to be overly plump, but few can come up with another answer to “Why a person would skip meal after meal for days on end?” As I begin Day 7 of this fast, I weigh in at 163 … down 12 pounds. However my love handles are still apparent and poochy belly is still there … but those won’t be apparent to others until swim suit season … an event I […]

FastTing

I am now certain that the ketosis state of fasting arrived this time almost immediately. In that phase, the body has settled into a ‘cave-man’ mode that can sustain it until the hunting and foraging delivers more food. For people of typical USofA lifestyle, that takes about four days on a diet of water only. I am now into Day 3. My bowel purged Saturday (Day 1). The low-grade fever that I have experienced around bed-time with every fast I undertook also began Saturday – which surprised me for arriving so soon. By Sunday my recently chronic congestion was reduced. I was somewhat disbelieving that I could be in the healing phase of ketosis THIS EARLY. Today, however, I am […]

FastTed

Pre-Script: Yes. I think I’m back. More on that in a later post. – Ted I began another fast after dinner Friday. This evening that will make 2 days, or 48 hours since my last meal. You might be asking similar questions as my tummy is at this point. Did your throat get cut? Do we have to go through this AGAIN? Are the grocery stores empty already? Did you spend all your shopping money on web hosting? It is none of those. As you may have seen here previously, I studied, then experienced my first fast in 2017. Not that I planned it that way, but it has worked out to be something I have been inspired to […]

country bumpkin VS gym rat

I have been trying to find regular gym visits in my daily/weekly agenda. I really ought to tone up, ya’know… lots of people a whole lot more knowledgeable than I on fitness and keeping human machines working in good order say so with great and convincing conviction. This year I signed up for “free” supplemental medical insurance (aka Obamacare). Whether I will ever use it or not, Medicare has been deducted automatically from the pittance Social Security returns of the money forcibly taken from me during my income-producing careers. My wife is very pleased that I now have a bit more coverage in case something big strikes me a severe blow necessitating uber-expensive medical-monopoly interventions. Somewhat counter-intuitively, the free supplemental […]