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Chinavirusmeltdownshitshow® Update

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.

American History in Photos

AMARILLO, TEXAS, APRIL 11 – COMPETITION FOR THE GREAT EVEL KNIEVEL – Randy Black, 13, of Amarillo, Tex., is shown sailing over trash cans lined up in the alley near his home. Every spare minute he can muster, he heads for the alley, lines up trash cans, makes the jumps for thrills and money. Nine cans, his current record, measured slightly over 21 feet. APR 11 74

I’m back!

I have returned from my self-imposed exile rested and ready to go. Comments are on again. While I was gone, and starting before, actually, I made some necessary changes for the times we are living in. I can’t believe it took me this long to do them. Guess I wasn’t motivated enough until now.

1) Changed over to Brave browser – Much faster than Firefox and without the PC nonsense.

2) Moved away from free email – As has been said many times before, if Big Tech is giving you something for free, you are the product, not the costumer.

3) Changed the hosting of this site from GoDaddy to Epik – While nothing is completely safe Epik does have a much better record for supporting freedom of speech. If you are looking for a host for your own site I give Epik a big thumbs up.

4) Received and spent my $1400 government gimme check – I decided to go ahead and spend it all before this new Congress finishes the job of turning the US Dollar into Monopoly money. Bought some more 5.56 ammunition (95¢ a round, ouch!), paid for the move of this site to a more secure host (see above), bought a little gold, sent some money to GAB, and purchased a few miscellaneous gun items. THANKS DEMORATS!

5) I’ve also read (mostly reread) the following books – They seem even more insightful now with the recent events in this nation. I highly recommend all of them.

Two science fiction tales about little guys taking on the government.

The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress – Robert A. Heinlein

Wasp – Eric Frank Russell

Three non-fiction books that graphically illustrate what war looks like when two very different peoples try to occupy the same land.

Scalp Dance – Thomas Goodrich

Over the Earth I Come – Duane Schultz

Empire of the Summer Moon – S. P. Gwynne