It’s been months since my last update. The big news is I finally personally know someone who got it, actually 14 “someones.” In my work area about a month ago 14 people (out of 23) got it within 2 weeks of each other. They must have contracted it in one of the common areas, although they never could determine where. All I know is that I didn’t get it, or at least never showed any symptoms. All but one were back at work within 2-3 weeks and most were actually only sick a few days (they couldn’t come back until they tested negative). In the one bad case the guy was hospitalized for a couple weeks with blood clots in his legs, but he is also fine now and expected back anytime.
My state is still under mask lockdown and I’m still not using one. I’ve been asked to leave stores only twice; mostly they don’t seem to care. Mind you, I do all my shopping now at small “Mom & Pop” shops. It’s my understanding that the larger corporate owned places like Walmart are quite fanatical about their masks. I wouldn’t know since it’s been almost a year since I put a foot in one, when they first started their slaughterhouse routine.
I don’t know if there will be any more updates, I’m getting pretty tired of talking about this bullshit. We’ve done a lot of irreparable damage to this nation over a virus that has a 99%+ survival rate, and we’ve only just begun to feel the consequences of this insanity. Okay, America, get ready to get smacked with the clue bat, because it’s coming.
1) Buy more food – You can’t ever have enough of the stuff that can sit in your pantry for years without refrigeration. Buy it now before price and availability begin limiting your options.
2) Buy ammunition – You should have all the guns you need by now. If you don’t you are really behind the curve. Buy ammo, lots and lots of ammo, you’re going to need it.
3) Reduce all tax liabilities – Our government is a monster, don’t give the beast any more than you have to. Our money is paying for all of the evil it does here and around the world, including trying to subjugate you.
4) Unplug – Don’t watch their propaganda, not their “news” or entertainment. Even if you can recognize it for what it is, it can’t be good for you to be bombarded with it all the time.
5) Stop being used – Get off Big Tech’s free sites, email too. Remember, if they’re giving you their service for nothing, you are not the customer, you’re the product.
Yes, I know the year is halfway over, and this country has already driven over the cliff, but you still have time to prepare. If you’ve already been doing these things, great! Keep doing it as long as you can. But this post is more for those who are just now coming to terms with the fact that something bad is coming to this nation. You need to catch up as quickly as possible.
1) Buy more food – Stock up on non-perishable food items. If the food won’t last long without electricity leave it at the store. You and yours should be able to survive a minimum of six months without leaving your home. Water is also part of the equation and you should have the ability to store, or least purify, large quantities of water for drinking.
2) Buy guns, ammunition, and accessories – When you need them, you’re really going to need them. Ammo should be the priority if you already own a few quality firearms. Well-made guns that are cared for should last a lifetime, the ammunition is going to run out sooner than you imagine. Of course, you need to be proficient with them too.
3) Reduce your tax liability – If there’s one thing both political parties can agree on it’s spending money that we don’t actually have. They might disagree on who gets it, but they can all agree in principle that spending the nation’s future is perfectly fine. Stop contributing to the insanity, or at least give as little as you can.
4) Stop thinking that we’re going to vote our way out of this mess – I know we all learned in high school civics class that voting is a privilege and a duty. By all means go ahead and vote, but put the notion that this nation’s problems are going to be solved so easily out of your head. That’s how we got the problems in the first place. There are no easy solutions for what’s coming.
5) Try not to worry so much – I know this one is probably the hardest of them all, but there are times when you have absolutely no say over what happens. In those cases try not to let it bother you. Change the things you actually have control over. That’s all you can do, all the rest is wasted energy
I went to Walmart early last Saturday morning, it was madness. I don’t need anything so I’m not going out again for at least a week or two. It’s less about getting sick and more about dealing with all the idiots out there and their foolishness. One good thing about this is that there are now millions of previously oblivious Americans who now think having a few weeks of extra groceries (and TP) isn’t a bad idea, and the right to own a firearm for self-protection isn’t such a bad idea either.