Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

No. 1

Moderna: Bad News On The Way?

Whenever a high-flyer darling stock changes course and reverses down in a big way, the lawsuits start.

‘Investors’ only know one direction … up.

They figure they’re so smart, any decision from them that does not work out, must be someone else’s fault.

Class Action for Moderna (with discovery) may be dead ahead.

MRNA is currently down – 34.8%, from its all time highs.

Let’s start our stopwatch and see how long it takes for the first ‘Notice’.

No. 2

‘How To Short The Dollar’

Well, if you need to know how to do it, you shouldn’t be doing it.

No. 3

Gold Pontifications

You don’t have to go more than 1:18, into this interview to get an inaccurate definition of inflation.

With that said, it does not keep the (delusional) bugs in the comment section from eating it up.

The interviewer, if he had the strength, could have stopped it right there and challenged with: ‘Inflation is defined as the expansion of credit that results in increased demand that in turn results in higher prices.’

At this point in time, we’re in credit destruction (i.e. Wells Fargo shutting down credit lines) not expansion … um, which is deflation not inflation.

Look at the velocity of money; enough said.

Moving on, there’s possible miss-direction at time stamp 11:40.

Anyone talking about that subject as something that’s real (other than this type of real) is at best, disingenuous.

What’s in the media is there for a reason.

That reason is to shape your thoughts and keep you thinking ‘inside the box‘.

Ending this item on a humorous note, years ago, probably 2003 – 2004, I had signed up for several Dr. Elder webinars.

During one of those, he made an off-hand comment to the effect:

‘Never trust a bald man who wears a hat indoors

Not kidding.

His son, who was the moderator at the time, immediately went into damage control; posting apologies directly into the live stream 🙂

No. 4

Lions and Tigers and Bears … Oh My!

Now we need to inject zoo animals.

You can’t make this stuff up.

Who knows when or if the tide will turn.

At this point, it looks like there will be complete destruction first which brings us to the next bullet item.

No. 5

Only Problems. No Solutions

Personal Anecdote. Skip to No. 6, if not interested.

Back in the day as an Engineering Manager, there were times an employee (usually an engineer) would walk into my office and give me a list of problems on a particular project.

If this happened a second time, I would sort of gently (maybe) let them know, ‘If you bring me problems, you need to have solutions as well.’

I also let them know, if they were not able to come with solutions, I would map out a long-term action plan (basically starting documentation for termination) for their continued development.

How many YouTube sites talk endlessly about the problem?

It does not take much effort or thought or creativeness to tell us what we already know.

This site not only presents the problem(s), but also presents potential solution(s) or action(s).


Problem: Markets stretched to valuations beyond historical extremes. Traditional methods of analysis (P/E ratios, Book Value. etc.) no longer work. The market could ‘disconnect’ and be unavailable to trade for days or weeks at a time (think Klaus Schwab ‘cyber attack’).

Solution: (not advice, not a recommendation):

Identify a market and trading vehicle that has its own direction and is separated from the overall mass-hysteria. Position ‘in and out’, as required in that market until such time there are other opportunities of similar potential.

That market thus far, has been identified as biotech, SPBIO. The trading vehicle is LABD (not advice, not a recommendation).

Any disconnect or surprise event is already factored in as a likely positive for the position taken, i.e. being short biotech

We’re not only taking this approach for the current market environment but the supply chain as well.

The supply chain shut down and the potential famine that will ensue, is one of, if not the main reason(s) silver and gold may be of no use (at least temporarily) in the troubles to come.

They shall cast their silver in the streets, and their gold shall be removed: their silver and their gold shall not be able to deliver them in the day of the wrath of the LORD:

At this point in time, I’m sticking with Ezekiel.

No. 6

Mr E Is Back

Back in the day, before YouTube did its purge, we had Mr. E.

Evidently he was verbally abused in an elevator by a hoard of the mindless and masked.

This video is his response.

No. 7

Taboo, Scaboo

Well, it would not be a compete ‘Notes’ update without mention of Scaboo.

Here he is at his new home … a few miles north of town.

As mentioned in the last update, the hen that gave him trouble at the outset, well, he’s got that all sorted out.

According to his new owners, he takes his job seriously.

He protects the hens and is meticulous about getting them into their coop at night. He then goes to his own coop; sort of a personal man-cave.

This picture was taken by the new owner.

You have to figure they must be pleased with him to wait long enough to capture such a majestic pose.

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

Special “Random-Random” Edition

No. 1

Rooster Crowing Compilation

Two minutes, thirty-two seconds, of rooster.

With 155-million views and counting.

Note the down-votes.

If you don’t want to watch roosters … then don’t watch.

No. 2

The Rifleman

Excellent gunmanship at time stamp 12:45

No. 3

What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor?

‘Way hay and … up she rises … early in the morning.’

Left out of the beautiful rendition above, is the following:

Put him in the bed with the captain’s daughter
Put him in the bed with the captain’s daughter
Put him in the bed with the captain’s daughter
Early in the morning’

Well after all, we have a family show here.

No. 4

German Power Plant Runs Out Of Coal

Signs of the times.

We’ll likely never see the days of abundance again.

Those quick to respond and/or have prepared, fortunes can be made during times like this.

No. 5

Christopher Walken

Everybody Dance Now

No. 6

Road Rage

A potential future training video on the correct method to handle or display your firearm.

No. 7

The Karate Kid

What’s so obviously missing today.

‘Hey honey, have you seen my mask?’

No. 8

Augason Farms Shuts Down

Closing down for at least three months.

One of, if not the largest ‘storable food’ supplier closes down because it can’t get product.

Is the local bullion dealer closing down for three months?

I’m not against the metals.

I’m against, the abdication of honor, character, and bravery just so I can grow my YouTube channel with popular ‘stacking’ clips.

Pointing one’s followers single-mindedly to ‘stacking’ (as the means to survive the collapse) by definition, points them away from understanding what’s happening on a world-wide basis.

If you watch the old TV shows like Gunsmoke, The Rifleman, Superman, and on, one theme keeps repeating.

That is, the disgust for cowardice; especially from the women and rightly so.

It really must have been a big deal back then. If you were labeled a coward or ‘yellow’, your life was basically over.

We all have our areas of ‘fear’ and the author here, being no exception.

“For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God.”

What you do with the fear is the difference.

Bravery’s like a muscle. To keep it strong, it needs to be exercised.

No. 9

Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid

Final Shootout.

No CGI. No Greenscreen.

Maybe, just maybe after it’s all over, if Hollywood’s still around (I won’t be sad if they’re not), they might figure it’s a good idea to toss the CGI.

I’m not holding my breath.

No. 10

The Elephant’s ‘Knew’

No one told the elephant tribe, their benefactor and protector had died (time stamp: 3:48).

They just knew (a phenomenon discussed previously) and traveled 12-hours to pay respects.

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

Special “Zombie” Edition

No. 1

“Brainless Zombies”

Those of us that still have a functioning, critical thinking brain, are at a loss to describe the idiocy of the masses.

The Maverick of Wall Street calls them “brainless zombies” (time stamp 3:50).

Dan, at I Allegedly, looks to the sky and searches for words to explain the phenomenon.

During his walk-and-talks, he has struggled but finally came up with “Imbecile”.

Jerimiah Babe calls them “These People”

No matter what we call them, for a number yet to be determined, they’re ‘dead men walking‘.

No. 2

Cat watches Tom & Jerry

No. 3

“Zombie Watch”

Looks like the generation that may have little to no experience on how mass genocide via dictatorship starts, is about to find out.

First, they watch you … all the time.

Then …

No. 4

Dan Gets ‘Edgy’

In an attitude that seems similar to this site, Dan gets into who he wants as a relator (time stamp 13:00).

That is, not some hairdresser that just got their license six months ago but someone who’s ‘been in the trenches’ as he says. Someone who was ‘around during the 2008, crash’.

Someone who’s a hardened and tough negotiator.

As the economy, the food supply, energy supplies and now volcanic eruptions/earthquakes continue to destroy the infrastructure, it’s likely the population that stands to survive, will get very focused on experience.

Paper (degrees) hanging on the wall, as so-called ‘qualifications’ are no substitute for brutal, raw-edged competence.

No. 5

DC-3 (C-47) Low Pass

Go to time stamp 7:13, and turn up the the volume.

No. 6

“Visor & Mask” Zombies

The following comment, taken from one of Dan’s (I Allegedly) posts, linked here.

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That last comment, repeated:

“But honestly, I think we deserve it. The stupidity today is unprecedented and it’s not sustainable.”

Hmmm, where have we heard that sentiment before?

This site, maybe?

No. 7

“Penal Colony” … Australia

As a corollary to No 3, remember back a few years ago, when the Aussies made a big deal about turning in and/or destroying their means of ‘protection’?

Well zombies, now we see the result.

No. 8

Dutch Greenhouse Goes Dark

Solve for the following equation:

Does, (Stupid) X (Stupid) = Zombie?

Well, let’s see.

First, we’ll cut our coal fired energy sources.


Then, we’ll power our food supply production (an absolute necessity) with whatever unreliable energy source is left.


Oh, wait.

Let’s bring those coal fired plants back on line.

You know, the ones we haven’t bulldozed yet to get our food production back on track.


Indeed: We have (Stupid) X (Stupid) = Zombie

No. 9

Creedence Clearwater: Run Through The Jungle

The music and the film footage are excellent. They set the scene.

Perhaps, more important are comments such as this one:

I was born in 65. In the 70s this CCR tune made my fathers eye turn to what I later learned was called the “thousand yard stare”. That’s when I knew it was time for me to just quietly slip out of the room. I could literally see/sense his fear and pain. he didn’t, get mean, just distant and quiet, until the day he died. A lot of you know exactly what I mean. This song did a lot to help me understand him and his friends. Now that we are both a lot older, I only wish I could take some of that weight from him and carry it for him, and maybe give him some space to recover some of his lost soul. I can’t be the only son who has, and still does cry for my father and what he had taken from him.

Even better, is the first comment that replies to the above:

“How many women and children did he kill?”

I say it’s better because ladies and gentlemen, it may be a perfect example of the zombie mentality that could be nearly, if not fully eradicated during our up-coming trials.

Recall, from No. 6, above:

The stupidity today is unprecedented and it’s not sustainable.

Of course, our village idiot’s comment did not go unchallenged.

Many replies followed throughout the link and included a good amount of, “Thank you for your service”.

We’ll end our ‘Notes’ with the following; also from the same link.

If you honestly want to thank a veteran. Become a citizen worthy of being fought for

Which then begs the question: Are you, or am I, that citizen?

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

Special “Silver” Edition

No. 1

Trucking Shipment Danger

Invoice factoring company goes bankrupt. Trucking and shipping shut-downs a likely result.

Link to the article is here.

‘How’s that stack of silver coming?’

The signs continue to stack up (pun intended) that accumulating inedible metals, non usable as a work tool or a medicine is a dead end; for now.

If you already have gold and silver … great.

At this point, we can see more and more, the ‘accumulation’ needs to be storable grains, legumes, proteins, water purification and medicines along with ‘protection. Go to time stamp 4:24.

No. 2

La Palma Eruption Continues: Increases Intensity

The best ‘boots on the ground’ reporting is coming from ‘Bushcraft Bear’ at this link.

You know it’s good as his videos are being stolen and re-packaged by those who can’t think or do for themselves.

Everybody’s so self-important and has something to say, right?

If you want to watch pure media sensationalism (with no actual data … other than lava temperatures), here is just one link among many.

No. 3

Stalag Luft III: ‘The Great Escape’

Drone footage of the path of the escape tunnel: “Harry”

Additional information on the event from a presentation by NOVA

Back when men had cajones and women didn’t.

No. 4

Shortages Starting To Cut Deep

Here we have reporting from a ‘regular guy’ in Connecticut.

It doesn’t matter how much silver or gold you have.

If it’s not on the shelf … it’s not there at any price.

No. 5

Acid Rain From La Palma To Hit Europe

I wonder what that’s going to do to crop yeilds … but wait, I have my stack of silver to save me. 🙂

No. 6

Getting Ready For Winter … And No Electricity

If I put my stack of silver in the fire and light it … will it keep me warm?

No. 7

Premeditated Murder

Link is here.

Scuttlebutt (unverified) on the alternate sites; corporate drug manufactures do not have liability indemnity if they engage in pre-meditated homicide.

No. 8

Quigley, Down Under

Does Quigley (Tom Selleck) have ear-plugs at time stamp 2:57???

No. 9

Taboo Scaboo … Goes To The Farm

For those following these updates, we’ve (at the residence) been raising a Leghorn Rooster (“Scaboo”) from a small chick … which is ‘against the rules’.

After six months, it wound up where he was spending more time, sometimes all day in the house. He was not able to go outside because he would start crowing.

Understandable as he was ‘outside’, a happy camper and surrounded by four hens.

Moving him to the farm of some friends is the best thing for him.

Apologies for the camera being in ‘portrait’ mode. I did not do the filming.

Here he is at his new home strutting around.

Look at the size of that comb!

Upon arrival, he immediately got into a scuffle with the ‘lead hen’ … that thinks she’s a rooster.

There was some blood and so they were separated for now.

No worries though.

He’s much larger than the rest and does not avoid conflict … i.e., he’s not a coward.

I suspect he’ll have it all straightened out in short order.

We have ‘visitation’ rights. 🙂

Meanwhile, the hens back at home have started laying.

Leghorns are very productive and will typically produce one egg a day.

At full production, that equates to 28 eggs a week.

In addition, we have about one year’s worth (and planning to get more) of chicken feed stockpiled.

Couple that with a three-tier, raised-bed garden (each bed is 192 sq.-ft., for a total of 576 sq.-ft.) that’s going year-round.

The other side of the yard has ‘mini-beds’ that are used for melons in the summertime.

The main beds are not used as the melons overtake the entire garden … being on the other side of the yard, allows them to spread out as much as needed.

All of our drinking water (including the hen’s) is filtered through a Berkey.

Thus far, this ‘homestead’ has made a serious dent it its reliance on the grocery store.

It’s taken eleven years to get to this point.

We’re in a long haul game (by the elites) that will likely last through the lifetime of anyone reading these posts.

No. 10

The ‘Unprepared’

As a corollary to No. 9, we have the ‘unprepared’.

YouTubers Jerimiah Babe, Dan ( I Allegedly) and now even a newer discovery, The Maverick of Wall Street, have all stated that some of their followers want to hear ‘good news’.

They say their posts are ‘too dark’ and negative.

I think in one of Dan’s recent posts, he even talked about those who are unprepared, attempting to make it look “cool” to not take action.

After dealing with the stupid, the lazy, the back-biters, the heel biters, gossips and the just plain idiots in the corporate world (24-years), stupidity looks like it may have finally run its course.

In a hopefully very rare comment (about myself), I’ll remind those reading, in the corporate career, I was one of the top Avionics System Integrators in the world; performing work as “Lead Engineer” for System Integration on Global Express.

So, I’m not making it up when recalling how I had to deal with the “tiny minds” as I came to know them.

I later went on to build an entire engineering department for an autopilot company that may have committed fraud.

They promised the customer a product they knew they could not deliver. They had already squandered the $200,000 initial payment (out of a multi-million dollar contract) for work that had not been done.

I was hired to build the department (hide that effort from the customer) while making it look like the company knew what it was doing.

Eighteen months later, the job was complete. As Dizzy Dean has said: “It ain’t bragging, if you’ve done it.”

I decided to leave that company and engineering entirely after I had chastised an engineer reporting to me, by giving him a poor review.

He then took that review to the HR department where the woman there decided on her own, she knew more about autopilots, system integration and aircraft flight test than I did.

The review was re-written by her; being more favorable to the engineer reporting to me.

I do not recall exactly if I signed the updated copy. If memory serves, I refused.

The rest it is history.

I left the engineering field entirely in early 2009.

The same level of effort and commitment I had in the corporate world, is now being poured into market analysis and other research; like backup power methods, seed-saving, managing livestock and homesteading.

It’s a long haul game as well.

This site’s not looking for the day-trade or even a swing trade. We’re looking for the big move … and spending money (account balance) to get it.

Everybody has their own trading style and time-frame. We’re openly disclosing that ours is focused on the long-haul (not advice, not a recommendation).

The recent reversal in Biotech, SPBIO (inverse LABD) may be just a blip … or the start of something much bigger. We’ll see.

Enough said.

Back to the unprepared.

Even if you’re prepared, it does not mean that you’ll avoid being taken down as well.

Idiots will indeed take some with them to the abyss just from being in proximity; or you (or me) being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

At least if you’re prepared, you might see it coming (for them) and sidestep so you’re not swept up in their self-inflicted carnage.

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

No. 1

Starsky & Hutch

This is the link to the original pilot episode.

Check out what ‘Elijah’, the trash-diving bum, has to say about world events at time stamp: 26:58.

Instead of taking his ‘hand-out’ to go buy booze, he runs down the alley and offers to buy coffee for his friend.

No. 2

Bible Study

(skip if you think it’s a ‘myth’ … good luck to you)

Luke 22: 31 – 32

31 And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, Satan hath desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat:

32 But I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not: and when thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren.

I guess it’s quite a stomach punch to be told you’re about to be handed over and spiritually torn limb-from-limb.

But take heart … the master of the universe he has held up his own hand against Satan (for you, Peter) and has said No!

Anyone with half of a spiritual wing-nut can feel the battle between good and evil raging … even now.

No. 3

Panic Into Junk Bonds

You can’t make this stuff up.

Us old-timers, have been here at least several times before. This time around, we intuitively know, there is (will be) no bottom.

No. 4

Jerimiah Babe Is Out! … Of California

I guess it took the wake-up call of a rigged recall election to tip it over the edge.

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

No. 1

Buffett Buys Silver

Maybe if I ask Buffett a really smart question, I’ll be rich like him.

Not even two minutes into this charade, you can see the disgust for the proletariat.

We don’t need input from Bombards Body Language to tell us these ‘elites’ have absolute contempt for the crowd.

No. 2

Endless Wars

No, it’s not successful wars we’re after, it’s endless wars.

The quotes in the attached link (filmed in 2011) are straight out of The Creature From Jekyll Island.

No. 3

People Still Follow Cramer

Similar to No. 1, above, some people never graduate away from the milk bottle.

Dan (time stamp 4:02) gives us his own take on Cramer … complete with actual input form a broker.

No. 4

Rubber Chicken

Rubber chicken at time stamp 4:48.

Slow moving Bassett Hound at time stamp: 7:59

No. 5

“I was the one”

Enemy Chivalry During WWII.

Go ahead; see if you can make it through this presentation without getting a lump in your throat.

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

No. 1

Wellerman Sea Shanty

A nostalgic, romantic ballad taking us back to the days of hard work and honest money.

No. 2

Potato Gun In Action

One has to wonder how long it will be before we have an ‘assault potato gun ban‘.

No. 3

More Pilots Drop Dead

And the beat goes on.

This is the latest from Stew Peters (and Dr. Jane Ruby). Do you live underneath an established commercial flight path?

Watch unit the very end at time stamp 8:27 where Dr. Ruby gives some ‘good news’. She’s hinting at something.

No. 4

Back In The Day

Here’s a short clip of Foghorn doing what he does best … be offensive.

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

No. 1

Woody’s: Mineral Wells, Texas

Woody’s is the type of place, when you open the door, if you’re not from around here, the piano music stops and everyone looks to see who’s the newest sodbuster in town.

If that ever happens to you, just announce to all:

“I’m not from Texas, but I got here as fast as I could”

With that, you should be good to go.

Not more than a few hundred yards from Woody’s, is where I slid my Ranger pickup off the road down an embankment and upside down during the Texas ice storm of 2006.

The Chevron station, time stamp 0:32, is where I parked my hobbled, totaled pickup on that freezing December day.

The cab was smashed and the frame bent … but it was mobile enough to make it to the gas station.

When I slid off the road, down the embankment into oncoming traffic on Hwy 180, I thought (as the pickup rolled over), “well, this is it, this is how I’m going out.”

There’s no way oncoming traffic’s going to stop … not on the ice … I braced for impact.

I reckoned on my own death.

It’s amazing how the almighty can engineer circumstances to be so perfect and so personal; it’s tailored specifically for you … to understand who’s really in control.

As the pickup came to a stop, upside down … the anticipated impact never came. Instead, within a few seconds, I had a woman knocking on my upside down driver’s window asking if I was ok.

I rolled it up (to go down) … it was a hand crank window. I unlocked the seatbelt and crawled outside. It was bitterly cold, windy, wet and sleeting.

What I saw was a line of pickups …. some Dually’s with stock trailers that had jackknifed on the ice … all stopped and the ‘Bubbas’ getting out to help with the overturned Ranger.

It took maybe five to seven of them to right the truck. I was in shock and grief but thankful as well.

I assured them I was ok. They had done their part and so went back to their own business. I then changed the right rear tire as the crash impact had blown out the seal.

By the time it was over, my hands were freezing … I got in and limped the truck to the Chevron station.

The point is this:

That crash revealed the character of the people at the time.

They put their own lives on hold (even if just temporarily) to do the right thing … to be the Good Samaritan.

So too, have current world events revealed the character of the people at the time.

That revelation is: The cowards and the corrupt have been thoroughly exposed.

Unprepared or unwilling to step up and be counted. Instead, they have done what comes naturally.

They have retreated.

Figuratively (or actually) building their back-yard decks so they can watch the financial and societal collapse in ‘comfort’.

On the flip side: The independent thinkers, leaders and the brave have been identified as well.

Those who are first generation of immigrant families (from communist countries) understand perfectly what’s happening.

They’re on a different path … taking action, getting ready.

All of which brings us to the next bullet item:

No. 2

Taboo Scaboo

Scaboo is our thoroughly illegal ‘urban rooster’.

Here he is, inside the backyard hen house with his ‘no crow’ collar clearly visible.

There’s no harm though as it’s relatively loose. It’s used more for psychological reasons; his or ours, not sure.

In an earlier update, having a rooster at this location is forbidden. Hens were recently ok’d when a previous city ordinance was overturned.

However, there are strict rules on how many and the located distance from other properties.

What’s the point?

It’s possible and probably likely, there’s much more going on here than just skirting the ‘rules’.

It’s been a mental exercise to engineer a method to keep him without the neighbors being aware; if they do know, without them complaining.

Scaboo has an ‘inside coop’ that consists of a used dog kennel with pine pellet bedding.

He’s on a schedule. Inside the house overnight; then put outside when he seems to be ready (stopped crowing).

If he starts back up, he’s brought in again. That’s the way it’s been for about the past month.

The amount of support received (physical or moral) from family members has been close to zero; more like, below zero.

“You’ll have to get rid of him”

“It’s against the rules”

“I wonder how long you can keep that up”

(bringing him in at night).

These comments have come from family that whether they know it or not, have already identified themselves as casualties.

This is not about the rooster itself.

Rather, it’s about having the mental elasticity to take a situation and make it work.

It’s sort of a practice run for the main event … whatever that’s going to be.

Quick thinking or action will be required.

How’s anyone with a closed mind going to figure out how to secure food, water or anything else when supplies are interrupted; when mental elasticity is the difference between survival and not.

In closing, here’s a brief video of our contraband rooster enjoying a dust bath … with the hens wanting some camera time as well.

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week

No. 1

Hey Dan … ‘Dude, Your Posts Are Getting So Dark’

Not sure what these snowflakes are expecting; Dan is one of the more positive ones.

Maybe they still think they’re going to watch the market and societal collapse from the comforts of their own back yard.

No. 2

School’s In Session: Bring Out The Masks!

This time around, it’s different. Even deep in the heart of the gulag, it looks like there’s an awakening.

This link is from a board meeting in San Diego

No. 3

Just 15-Days To Go

Before the end of speck ‘assistance‘.

That assistance ends September 6th, which is the Monday after Labor Day.

The Monday after Labor Day 1929, was the market peak.

No. 4

One Of Their Own!

You’re part of the ruling class. You were told you’re just going to get ‘saline’.

But then, you spot one of your comrades (that was in line with you) coming down with this

No. 5

In Good Company

Steven Van Metre comes out with his Sunday Night Charts …. and at time stamp 10:54, his conclusion is the same as yesterday’s report.

Gold and the miners ‘on the edge of an abyss’.

No. 6

Defining Moment In History

Jimmy Carter had this image to define is impotent presidency; so too now, we have this image to define an incompetent, not even a presidency.

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Random Notes

The Usual Suspects For The Week


Bruit Goes Dark

Hey, who wants to be the fist one to knock on the door (any door) and ask them:

How’s that stack of silver?

No. 2

Another Tesla, Up In Flames

I used to tell my teenage kids:

“Never run from the police”

Now I tell them, even though some of them have families of their own:

‘Never touch, sit, or ride in a Tesla’

Those too lazy or stupid to come up with a corporate name of their own, steal one from a veritable genius and trash-it.

Tesla: Unsafe and un-green at all times.

No. 3

Speck Protected ‘Party’

From this video, it looks like there’s still plenty of room for the brain dead herd followers.

It must be a sinking feeling (for some) to look around during the party and say to oneself:

‘I’ve been a coward all my life … thought I would get away with it too. I spread gossip about colleagues at work so I could get the job they deserved. I knew they were more qualified.

I’m the one who called the police on someone not wearing a mask in my neighborhood.

I’m following the ‘guidelines’. That’s when I got my big chance.

I pridefully showed everyone who’s the most virtuous.

I was obedient and got injected. I forced my kids too. I told them to ‘stay safe’.

Therefore, I really must be brave after all.

Suffering through all the nonsense like that above; the ‘heroes’ working at hospitals, taking care of those ill from the speck, let’s remind ourselves by taking a look at real bravery, shall we?

No. 4

Set Sail for ‘Safety’

Cruise ship full of jabbed idiots (what an overused term … is there a better one?) has ‘breakthrough’ cases and are now isolated.

One has to strain not to side with the oligarchs.

A ship full of ‘useless eaters’ that just what to get back to a normal life of partying.

If the alternate (and probably accurate) data is even half-true, those on this cruise won’t be back next year.

In fact, there’re never coming back.

As said before, it’s a warped business model to kill-off your own clientele.

No. 5

School Teacher Shortage … all part of the plan

So, what’s going to happen if there are not enough teachers to teach (indoctrinate) the kids?

Maybe all those kids need to be rounded up and moved off to centralized camps.

When in history has that happened before?

No. 6

Taboo … Scaboo

Scaboo is the name of the Rooster seen in this video.

Just today, he managed to tear off his ‘no crow’ collar; then started belting it out in the back yard right at mid-day.

It’s a long story, but he got his name from a late-night crime show (FBI Files) about a drug dealer, turned informant, that helped bring down a corrupt police force in New Orleans.

At time stamp 0:45 at this link you can hear his name.

Anyway … there’s more going on here than just trying to sneak a rooster past the neighborhood busy bodies … of which there are plenty.

It’s possible, this an exercise in executing all options.

Maybe someone reading this needs to see that breaking the ‘rules’ is not only necessary, it may be critical to future survival.

This site, in a very small way, is doing its part and showing how it’s done … at least in the case of a contraband rooster.

Does this all sound hyperbolic? Well, let’s come back in a few weeks or months and see.

I have personally told close relatives, the nearest model to what’s really going on, is 1930s Germany.

They respond by figuratively patting me on the head and saying ‘There, there … let’s not get all worked up’.

No. 7

Exercise Disobedience

Bravery is a muscle that requires regular exercise. If this muscle is not exercised, the result is cowardice.

Since a majority hate to discipline and exercise themselves either mentally or physically, the logical conclusion is that cowardice (and compliance) must be wide-spread.

But I keep under my body and bring it into subjection …

1 Cor 9:27

Taboo Scaboo, is in essence, an exercise in disobedience. For some unknown reason (at this point), it’s important to keep him.

Will the supply of available chicks be cut off from the local Tractor Supply?

If not, will the demand for egg laying hens (Leghorns highly productive) outstrip what conventional supply chains can provide?

It’s all unknown.

The number of iterations that have taken place to finally get him to my personal office where he can crow without notice from the neighbors, was somewhere around seven:

No crow collar.

Get out to the coop before daybreak to dissuade him from crowing.

If he started crowing, hold him (in the middle of the back yard at dawn) to somehow ‘reset’ his internal clock.

That’s not working. Bring him in and set up a dog kennel in the kitchen just inside the back door (the cats found him quickly).

Soundproof the garage with insulation (on garage door) and set up the kennel. Discover it’s too hot for summer time in Texas.

Move the whole caboodle to my office (that has doors) so that he can crow at will.

Bring him in each night to set up for the morning.

After he’s done in the morning, cinch him up (with the collar); put him outside with the hens; start the process all over again.

No. 8

Who’s Running The Show?

The testimony at this link shows us exactly who’s in charge … and has been (allowed to be) in charge for hundreds if not thousands of years.

If you’re still going to a church building on Sunday. Go ahead and take a look at the cars in the parking lot.

How many ‘symbols’ of the organization in the link above will you find on the back bumpers?

Stay Tuned

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