Monday

Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia

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90 Responses to Monday

  1. votermom says:

    Life is old there
    Older than the trees
    Younger than the mountains
    Blowing like a breeze

  2. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

    Mark had a great show last night. Made a lot of new enemies too.

    In case you missed it….

  3. votermom says:

    Colin Powell, 84, has died of “covid complications”

    • Helen Kenney says:

      he was fully vaxxed.

      • Somebody says:

        No idea, but he most likely had remdesivir. From what I’ve read about it, it’s nasty stuff. About half the patients end up with renal failure or severe kidney damage. The damage to the kidneys then results in fluid build up in the lungs, which covid is already doing a bang up job on.

        Remdesivir is a Fauci pushed drug, it’s been tried and failed time after time for multiple illnesses. It appears to be quite a toxic drug. It supposedly cuts time in hospital by 1 to 3 days for covid patients, depending on the study. No word on how many early releases are in a body bag.

        It’s not a drug I’d want, but if you go into the hospital with covid it’s standard treatment. If you refuse remdesivir you won’t get anything is my understanding. From what I’ve read some people handle it fine, but others not so much. I haven’t read anything that says people with X or Y are more susceptible to adverse effects. There doesn’t seem to be a rhyme or reason for who might have adverse effects, at least at this point.

        I’m sorry for his family’s loss.

        Side note, out of Powell’s long life and career somehow I think the featured clips attached to his obituary news features will be his rabid anti-Trump clips. I could be wrong and I hope I am.

    • elliesmom says:

      He had Parkinson’s and multiple myeloma, either one is fatal, and he was 84 years old. The average life expectancy for a man in the US today is 77. Powell died of “natural causes” no matter which of the three ultimately killed him. His death, while sad for his familiy, will not add to an “excess death count” for 2021. It does show that the covid vaccines won’t save you from dying when you’re already at death’s door.

      • DeniseVB says:

        GMTA ! I knew Powell had other medical issues, thanks for the info. I guess I was still typing after you posted 😉

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        When I first saw the push notice it just said he passed away. I assumed from one of the problems he was dealing with for a while. Never even thought they would need to bring covid into the equation.

        Sympathies to his family. His wife, in my experience, has always been top notch.

      • 1539days says:

        COVID is the Grim Reaper. It takes people near death.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Sending Prayers, .❤🙏🙏for the family.

  4. Miranda says:

    Maybe guys will start abandoning the scrawny hipster look. My friend needs to get her fiancee one of those ‘I’m just bald’ t-shirts.

    https://nypost.com/2021/10/18/brian-laundrie-lookalike-ambushed-by-us-marshals/

    • DeniseVB says:

      Depending on the light and angles, my son looks like Laundrie, it really is freaky. Fortunately, he’s almost 50 now and with a full beard looks more like Grizzly Adams or the Uni-Bomber, depending on light and angles, lol 🙂

      • lateblum says:

        Even my son resembles Laundrie. But he is in his 40’s and his beard is grey. And his ears aren’t “notched”.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    I think so ……….

    • elliesmom says:

      It’s going to be a long I told you so because there are so many people out there who refuse to admit they were better off at this point in Trump’s presidency than they are now. I have one friend who clips every coupon she can and drives to every grocery store in a 20 mile radius in a gas guzzling SUV to save a couple of bucks on her grocery bill who won’t admit things are costing more. Our mutual hairdresser posted something this morning about having to raise her prices. My friend complained. Our hairdresser said, “Blame it on Biden”, and all hell let lose.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Did you see Glasser’s post on FB this morning? I love when he goes after the media, especially Katie Couric’s RBG issue 🙂

      • lyn5 says:

        Love your hairdresser.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I have a grocery Oder coming tomorrow. It’s pretty standard and then what ever is on sale for meats/fish and whatever household items I find I need. Everything has gone up. Some items more than others. A couple have gone up since I put the, in the cart when I reserved the delivery slot. (if you have a sale item in the cart it only changes if the new week sale is lower but regular priced items adjust). I will fill up when I go for my flu shot. They deliver gas at the end of the week at the station near me and I know the price will increase again.

      • Constance says:

        In my Nextdoor group they are bitching about how it now takes them an hour and 20 minutes to take the bus from home in the North-end to downtown Seattle which is maybe 10 miles. They blame this on the opening of the new light rail line serving the North-end which makes the run (under ground and under water ways) in about 12 minutes. I posted that it is the Covid vaccine mandate, half of the state ferry runs have been cancelled and likely they have lost half of their bus drivers and maintenance people. And even if they haven’t been fired yet they are probably burning sick leave like normal people do. Supposedly 40 to 60 percent of the airport TSA agents at Seatac are not taking the vax. Absolute dead silence. They didn’t delete my post but no one has acknowledged it. What stupid people.

  6. lyn5 says:

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    • swanspirit says:

      That’s not all they are wraponizing.
      https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/human-rights/nanochips-and-smart-dust-dangerous-new-face-of-human-microchipping-agenda/
      Now there is smart dust.

      Nanochips and smart dust – dangerous new face of human microchipping agenda
      Nanochips and Smart Dust are the new technological means for the advancement of the human microchipping agenda. Due to their incredibly tiny size, both nanochips and Smart dust have the capacity to infiltrate the human body, become lodged within, and begin to set up a synthetic network on the inside which can be remotely controlled from the outside. Needless to say, this has grave freedom, privacy and health implications, because it means the New World Order would be moving from controlling the outside world (environment/society) to controlling the inside world (your body). This article explores what the advent of nanochips and Smart dust could mean for you.

      Different Forms of Control

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  9. Anthony says:

    I’m sorry for anyone who is in pain after losing Colin Powell. That said, I can’t help but wonder what’s not being reported on during the wall to wall news coverage of his passing. Did they say Trump was responsible yet?

  10. Dora says:

    WTF!? Biden’s USAID Launches $125 Million Project To Find 12,000 New Viruses.

    https://thenationalpulse.com/news/bidens-usaid-launches-project-to-find-novel-viruses/

  11. DeniseVB says:

  12. DeniseVB says:

    Remember that ban on gas powered lawn mowers? Problem solved 😀

  13. Mothy67 says:

    Completed detox
    Doing intensive outpatient for a long time.
    Thanks for all the encouragement .
    Apparently, I suffer from guilt. Or maybe I just like to get very very drunk all the time. I made the choices.
    Anyhow going to avoid all news and lay off the computer for awhile.
    Again thank you.

  14. Dora says:

    Pentagon Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Vaccine Mandates on Military, Federal Employees and Contractors

    https://xyz.frankspeech.com/article/pentagon-faces-class-action-lawsuit-over-vaccine-mandates-military-federal-employees-and

  15. Anthony says:

    Burning the Oud that finally arrived from a US 🇺🇸 source. It’s mentioned in the old testament.
    Solomon used to hijack the Qieen of Sheba’s Oud trading caravans until she spent a year with him and taught him how to cultivate it. She also got knocked up and bore David. The house smells glorious.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      The original liquid gold!

    • John Denney says:

      Sounds really nice!

      But Solomon was David’s son, not the other way around.

      “The proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel;” – Proverbs 1:1

      • Anthony says:

        So who did Sheba give birth to? Not exactly up to par with my Bible history. (Too many authors… lol)

        • Anthony says:

          Based on the Gospels of Matthew (12:42) and Luke (11:31), the “queen of the South” is claimed to be the queen of Ethiopia. In those times, King Solomon sought merchants from all over the world, in order to buy materials for the building of the Temple. Among them was Tamrin, great merchant of Queen Makeda of Ethiopia. Having returned to Ethiopia, Tamrin told the queen of the wonderful things he had seen in Jerusalem, and of Solomon’s wisdom and generosity, whereupon she decided to visit Solomon.

          She was warmly welcomed, given a palace for dwelling, and received great gifts every day. Solomon and Makeda spoke with great wisdom, and instructed by him, she converted to Judaism. Before she left, there was a great feast in the king’s palace. Makeda stayed in the palace overnight, after Solomon had sworn that he would not do her any harm, while she swore in return that she would not steal from him. As the meals had been spicy, Makeda awoke thirsty at night and went to drink some water, when Solomon appeared, reminding her of her oath. She answered: “Ignore your oath, just let me drink water.” That same night, Solomon had a dream about the sun rising over Israel, but being mistreated and despised by the Jews, the sun moved to shine over Ethiopia and Rome.

          Solomon gave Makeda a ring as a token of faith, and then she left. On her way home, she gave birth to a son, whom she named Baina-leḥkem (i.e. bin al-ḥakīm, “Son of the Wise Man”, later called Menilek). After the boy had grown up in Ethiopia, he went to Jerusalem carrying the ring and was received with great honors.

          The king and the people tried in vain to persuade him to stay. Solomon gathered his nobles and announced that he would send his first-born son to Ethiopia together with their first-borns. He added that he was expecting a third son, who would marry the king of Rome’s daughter and reign over Rome so that the entire world would be ruled by David’s descendants. Then Baina-leḥkem was anointed king by Zadok the high priest, and he took the name David.

          • John Denney says:

            The story of the queen of Sheba’s visit to Solomon is in 1 Kings 10, & repeated in 2 Chronicles 9.

            There is nothing about her having his child. Where did you find that story?

            This is my favorite resource for the Bible – many translations, original languages with definitions & every use of each original word, no matter how it was translated. Click the “C” button (Concordance) for that information. It shows the verse in the original language, & a breakout of each word with a terse definition. Clicking on one of those links takes you to a full description of that word & a list of every verse containing it.

            https://www.blbclassic.org/

          • Anthony says:

            Sources are mentioned in the first sentence

          • John Denney says:

            “The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with this generation, and shall condemn it: for she came from the uttermost parts of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and, behold, a greater than Solomon is here.” – Matthew 12:42

            “The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with the men of this generation, and condemn them: for she came from the utmost parts of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and, behold, a greater than Solomon is here.” – Luke 11:31

          • Anthony says:

            My info came from historical documents re the spice trade, not religious doctrine. I’m not challenging your faith. Religion and history often give us different perspectives. Relax.

          • John Denney says:

            I’m not uptight, just curious about where the story came from.

            Stories around trader’s campfires, embellished over the years, I’ve heard.

            But I didn’t hear it at a campfire. 😉

      • Anthony says:

        See the comment below that I erroneously left for myself re biblical account of Solomon, Queen of Sheba and David

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