Month: March 2016

  • Confessions of a Dr. Google addict

    By Trevor Hewitt I found a lump in my neck when I was 20. It was soft and the size of a small grape. To make matters worse, it was the middle of my exam period. Anxious and out of energy, I do the only thing I could think of to help calm myself down. […]

  • It didn’t start with hitting the dog

    Such is the life of the stray that found his way into my daughters life. I like that she has a soft spot for lost and abandoned animals, but sadly, her boyfriend doesn’t feel the same way. He was told that you must first “break” your new Pitt Bull by hitting it. **What the hell!** […]

  • The police, the neighbors, and NOT me

    So our neighbors, the older couple across the street, have been paid a visit by not one, not two, but three police vehicles, one of which is a K9 unit. hmmm… But they never get into trouble. One officer even waited outside while the owners shoo’d their dobermans out into their enclosed front yard. Okay, […]

  • VAXXED Pulled From Tribeca Film Festival Following Threats & Censorship –

    ***Censorship of the VAXXED film is proof that it was compelling, persuasive and DANGEROUS to the vaccine establishment *** Vaccine manufacturers, FDA and CDC all openly admit vaccines damage children and lack safety evidence *** Documents on the FDA’s own web site admit link between vaccines and autism Read the full article at the link […]

  • Five Types of Domestic Violence

    When a woman hasn’t been the victim of physical abuse by her partner, odds are she doesn’t think she’s a victim of domestic violence (DV).  But the common misconception that a woman has to be beaten or she’s not a victim of domestic violence is not true.  Physical abuse is only one type of DV.  […]

  • Signs of Autism

    Autism Speaks’ multi-year Ad Council public service advertising campaign stresses the importance of recognizing the early signs of autism and seeking early intervention services. Recent research confirms that appropriate screening can determine whether a child is at risk for autism as young as one year. While every child develops differently, we also know that early […]

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  • Robert De Niro and the movie that’s not to be

    First it’s ON, then it’s OFF Robert De Niro, who has a child with autism, was going to personally introduce the film, Vaxxed, to the audience at his Tribeca Film Festival in New York. He thought the film was important.  It makes a case for a connection between vaccines and autism. Then, an uproar ensued, […]

  • Shocking Survey Reveals How Many Kids Spend Less Time Outdoors Than Prison Inmates –

    It’s a reality we don’t want to hear, but we’re all at least a little bit complicit in making it so. Technology is taking over the world, and with its many benefits it’s not difficult to see why, but is what we have gained in convenience worth what we have lost elsewhere? Through a campaign […]

  • Would You Swallow a Data-Tracking Big Pharma “Smart” Pill?

    They’ve Got $1 Trillion in Annual Profits to Protect BY CHRISTINA SARICH Big Pharma is spending like never before to make sure patients take their drugs. Investors recently committed $172 million for “smart pills” being developed jointly by Proteus Digital Health and Otsuka Pharmaceuticals. After a pill is swallowed, a microscopic device within the pill […]

  • Domestic Violence – choosing to be violent

    We probably all know someone in an abusive relationship who keeps on making excuses for the person abusing them; it is either the abuser is being controlled by some evil spirit or that the abuser in question is not as bad as people may think. Unfortunately for those making excuses for them, it is a […]

  • Another Statistic

    Some people stay in abusive relationships, Because they don’t want to be “another statistic”, Yet you risk becoming one that you won’t be alive to read, So I beg you to just leave… Source: Another Statistic

  • Why doesn’t she leave?

    There are many reasons an abused wife might stay with her abuser. She’s afraid to leave but also afraid of life without him. She has no money, no friends, no family, no one to turn to, no place to run. She believes him when he says he’ll kill her. She believes him when he says […]

  • Operation HIGH JUMP

    Immediately after WWII the U.S. Navy rushed launched the largest military operation ever down to Antarctica called Operation High Jump. Admiral Byrd, a 33 degree Freemason led the expedition of 30 ships and 4700 militarized soldiers. The mission had 3 task forces that were sent out in different directions and was to last 6-8 months […]

  • What Caused China’s ‘Floating City’ In The Sky? | Imm

    (hahaha-hahahaha) It’s funny because the information given speaks of our eyes and our brains but what about the camera shooting the imagery? Not all cameras are created equal, so why not show a visually superior picture of the actual “nothing”, if there is in-fact “nothing” there? But let’s dispense with all the speculation… I just […]

  • Brussels Attacks:

    Truth or Fiction? isis? Haha-ha A certain US president (LoL), called the blasts “outrageous attacks against innocent people” – ***he knows about such things. Just another day for some, while the end, for others. R. I. P.

  • Control…

    … is what he has over her. Sometimes using their baby, sometimes threats of harming himself. She loves him (only she knows why); could it be because of the little girl they have together? Over a year ago they came here, there was no baby then, and like usual, things were better. Sure, there was the […]

  • America: The Greatest Country (The Newsroom)

    Hahahaha! I love this episode – and I don’t watch the show. (sorry I was requested to not embed the video) CLICK THE LINK ALREADY!

  • Fluoride***

    What exactly does this mean; safe if swallowed? So, I’m guessing (not really) that fluoride itself is NOT safe if swallowed? But to find out, someone needs to call the poison control center, the number is on any package of fluoride containing toothpaste, btw. Or maybe fluoride is just not good for children? But let’s […]

  • Spring Extravaganza

    We don’t “do” the national holidays, not in our house. Oh don’t get me wrong we still celebrate something similar to Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter and the like, but we call them different names, celebrate them on different days and we do different things. Our “Easter” is as close to the first day of Spring that […]

  • Threatening Words and Behavior is Verbal Abuse

    As you can guess, threatening words and behaviors imply or involve emotional pain, physical pain or both. If your partner threatens to leave if you do or don’t do something, that is a threat and verbal/emotional abuse. Some things you could hear are, “If you go out dressed like that I will play wing-man for my […]

  • “What the h*ck?”

    I think in this modern day and age we have all figured out that the idea of a place like “Hell” is a bit extreme. We all know that an eternity of suffering,pain and burning doesn’t seem like a very fair punishment, especially if there IS a God and he is a “Loving God”. But […]

  • Now for a bit of fun

    What would happen if the impossible, “you can’t fold paper 7 times”, was actually accomplished? The guy in the following video finds out for us. WARNING, there is a moment of colorful language, near the end. Wonder if the birth of the universe was caused by paper. hmmmm……… LoL

  • My Mac Daddy

    My Dad, he does well at being 73 years old, but I gotta say, he is a character at times. Recently, while visiting him in Florida, it came up on suppertime, him being the type that eats fast food, mentioned Burger King. He doesn’t like the drive through so much so he parked the car […]

  • Is this the End of Diet Soda? Huge Study links Aspartame to Major Problems, Sales Drop…

    As concerns about health epidemics plague the nation, demand and sales of diet soda have plunged as consumers try to make better choices. As we reported yesterday, aspartame (the main sweetener for diet soda) is one of the most dangerous ingredients used in our food supply, causing seizures and a host of other health issues. […]

  • The plan was simple…

    … don’t write about any family matters. Well, so much for keeping my blog on the straight and narrow. This category has been created for me to rant, (or rave) about the goings on with the antics of family. I’ll try and keep it pleasant and civil, but at times that just may be impossible. […]

  • The most important money conversation you’re not having

    By Jeanie Ahn January 29, 2015 7:06 PM When Rosemary Flanagan died two years ago at the age of 84, her family was stunned. She led an active lifestyle and showed no signs of slowing down before passing away in her sleep. Although she was a mother to seven sons, none of them knew what […]

  • The Dark Side of Juicing: How the Global Trend Might Be Bad for Your Health — and the Environment

    Failing the taste test: Celebs like Jennifer Aniston, favour juice detoxes but Janice Dickinson looks unimpressed by her green smoothie If you prefer drinking fruits and vegetables, you might want to consider going back to the old-fashioned method: chewing. By Lorraine Chow / AlterNet Whatever happened to chewing? Whether it’s cold-pressed, blended or boiled, slurping […]

  • Are You Awake? Or Just Informed

    by Zen Gardner, Guest, Waking Times This is a very interesting question, and perhaps a provocative one. With the information explosion drastically influencing so many lives there appear to be many strata of awakening levels arising. Once people start connecting the dots of now available facts and formerly unavailable research, whole new paradigms through which to perceive […]

  • The Family Money Talk You Must Have

    Talking to your adult kids about your finances and how you plan to divvy up your money after your death may be one of the most important conversations you’ll ever have. It gives you the chance to tell the kids how you want your estate to be handled. It lets your kids know whether they […]