Month: March 2018

  • What Is a Good Substitute for Milk When Eating Cereal?

    What Is a Good Substitute for Milk When Eating Cereal? Cereal with milk is a quick and healthy way to start your day. Top your cereal with fresh or frozen fruit, a handful of raisins or dried cranberries, and some slivered almonds, cashews or walnuts to add variety and improve the nutritive value of your […]

  • Messenger Shiva Part 1: The Event Itself

    I shared Part 2, so it’s only fair that I also share Part 1

  • Messenger Shiva Part 2: The Matrixness Intensifies

    also check out I am me, I am free! And The Truth Shall Set You Free for your reading pleasure

  • Tips and Types of Solar Panels

    When you plan to go for solar energy you should keep following tips in mind. Moreover, these tips will help you better understand how solar energy can have effective benefits over time. Changing your current energy systems to solar energy system is always a wise move and a smart idea. To discover different ways in…

  • You’re being watched (and maybe you’re okay with it)

    You’re being watched (and maybe you’re okay with it)

  • Monitoring My Own Media Usage: So the NSA Can Take a Day Off

    Originally posted on A Hausch Divided:
    When I was asked to monitor my media usage for a 24-hour period, it came as no surprise to me that I spend more than just a couple hours every weekday looking at either my phone or laptop screen. What can I say, I am a college student in…

  • Trashy (anti-gun) protest

    *** left-wing or right-wing, doesn’t really matter, it takes two wings for a bird to fly *** gaaah Weekend anti-gun protests in D.C., like previous Left-wing demonstrations, generate tons of trash for others to clean up Monday, March 26, 2018 by: JD Heyes Left-leaning Americans like to lecture everyone about how environmentally aware they are, […]

  • Surveillance


    Originally posted on FutureTechMag:
    It’s amazing how much of our current technology has been predicted by Science Fiction authors. ?Surveillance was predicted in 1939. The dystopian concept of Big Brother originated with?George Orwell’s?1984, leading to the term “Orwellian” entering everyday practice to describe a totalitarian state characterized by surveillance, misinformation, and propaganda. In the novel,…

  • Surveillance

    © Enisa “Citizens. You are being watched. It is now safe to cross the street.” The simulated voice from the cross walk camera sounded both melodious and ominous. “I think it’s creepy how the government is allowed to put up surveillance cameras everywhere.” Joan was complaining to her co-worker Fran as the two of them…

  • Video (otw) Ray Stevens

    This is a story about what happened one Sunday to a certain church way down in Mississippi.

  • Toxic Dentures — (a blog share)

    A bit older (2010) blog post, but something that still (2018) might be a concern today. Toxic Dentures October 20th, 2010 Toxins in Dental Plastic Plates The Cost of Dental Treatment: Are Dentures a Good Option? My, oh my, how I wish I had listened to Walter Last when I began following his dietary and […]

  • Animals in Captivity: The Unhealthy Truth

    Originally posted on Professor Ramos' Blog:
    It’s exciting to witness normally undomesticated animals so close, all that separates you and the animal is a thick piece of glass. How else are people going to get so close to lions, monkeys, or elephants other than visiting the nearest zoo. Its safe to say that most of us…

  • Get a grasp on true education necessities

    Originally posted on One day at a time:
    Common core. The bane of my existence in motherhood since she was in first grade. In theory, it sounds like an excellent ideation. A standard to uphold all of our educational system to in order to ensure that all children, no matter what neighborhood they live in…

  • Power of Positive Thinking

    by PATRICK PECHMANN “Pessimism leads to weakness, optimism to power.” – William James How often did you experience a negative situation which ended up leading to one pessimistic thought after another, affecting your mood, How often did you experience a negative situation which ended up leading to one pessimistic thought after another, affecting your mood, […]

  • COLLOIDAL SILVER: It Can Destroy 650 Different Infections In 72 Hours!

    COLLOIDAL SILVER: It Can Destroy 650 Different Infections In 72 Hours!

    Originally posted on The Oily Guru:
    Even though the usage was stopped 1938 when products appeared, Colloidal silver was long used as an incredible medicine in natural remedies. According to studies, silver is seriously beneficial for the body that cannot be compared to anything else. Colloidal silver is not toxic to humans and it can…

  • Video (otw) Jefferson Airplane

    well the music, anyway Plastic Fantastic Lover

  • BIG PHARMA: Fluoride Literally Turns the Pineal Gland to Stone, Research Suggests – By Sayer Ji

    BIG PHARMA: Fluoride Literally Turns the Pineal Gland to Stone, Research Suggests – By Sayer Ji

    Originally posted on RIELPOLITIK:
    Source – – “…The pineal gland has been known as the ‘seat of soul’ for hundreds of years. Could fluoride, a ubiquitous vector of toxicity in the modern world, actually be calcifying this gland and literally turning it to stone?” Fluoride Literally Turns the Pineal Gland to Stone, Research Suggests…

  • REALPOLITIK: ‘What Every Person Should Know About War’ – By Chris Hedges (Archive)

    REALPOLITIK: ‘What Every Person Should Know About War’ – By Chris Hedges (Archive)

    Originally posted on RIELPOLITIK:
    Source – – What is a war? War is defined as an active conflict that has claimed more than 1,000 lives. Has the world ever been at peace? Of the past 3,400 years, humans have been entirely at peace for 268 of them, or just 8 percent of recorded history.…

  • I missed Pi Day, but the world didn’t

    There’s a (not so) hidden connection between Pi and physics Stephen Hawking died on Pi Day 3.14 Where you go from here is up to you

  • not so RANDOM tv show quote

    You know, there are some words I’ve known since I was a schoolboy: “With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censured, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably.” Those words were uttered by Judge Aaron Satie, as wisdom and warning. The first time any man’s freedom […]

  • Caffeine & Sugar

    Back in the eighties, Jolt Cola was all the rage and it was vilified because of its “All The Sugar And Twice The Caffeine” content… laughable by today’s standard. hahahahahahaha Jolt Cola 16 oz (2- servings) Calories 200 Carbs 50 g — sugar 50 g Caffeine 160 mg Red Bull 20 oz (2.5- servings) […]

  • The Unknown Effects Of Spanking That Will Creep Up To You

    good golly, imagine how my life would have turned out… if I hadn’t been disciplined the way I was. ************* Spanking has been passed down through the years as an effective way to stop children from misbehaving and keeping them in check. Unknown to most, its effect might be noticeable in an instant, but recent […]

  • National Walkout

    Tomorrow is supposed to be this (school shootings) “national walkout”, but what gets me most is, just weeks ago these children (American school-age kids) were eating Tide Pods… for daring fun. Yeah, I don’t think they know what they want, or what’s safe, or what’s sane. Pushing an agenda that’s all this is. Push, push, […]

  • I can just taste the boxed cheese now

    Trump pitches plan to replace food stamps with food boxes By HELENA BOTTEMILLER EVICH 02/12/2018 09:32 PM EST The Trump administration is proposing to save billions in the coming years by giving low-income families a box of government-picked, nonperishable foods every month instead of food stamps. White House OMB Director Mick Mulvaney on Monday hailed […]

  • Video (otw) Starship 1985

    Some say one of the worst songs ever to be recorded… ***I beg to differ*** I bring you “We Built This City”

  • Doctors SHOCKED as children no longer able to hold pencils due to endless use of mobile devices

    Originally posted on – by F. Kaskais:
     by: Isabelle Z. (Natural News) Today’s children have more technology at their disposal than any generation before them, and it’s a bit of a double-edged sword. Some parents might marvel at the wide range of educational apps available that claim to help children boost academic skills,…