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Salvador Dali Spain 1936-38

 

 

A very to the point comment from today’s Comments section at the Automatic Earth by long term and highly appreciated commenter TAE Summary. Some of this stuff is just brilliant. If only I could be this concise.

 

 

As I mentioned early my town has a rat infestation problem and though some suggested rat traps the mayor (who owns a coyote pelt farm) decided to address this by introducing coyotes. This had some unforeseen consequences. The coyotes also ate peoples’ pets and chickens and were a danger to toddlers. The rats mutated to a strain that many coyotes wouldn’t eat (the so called Sigma Rats). Now there is a new problem: Coyotes kill other animals (like racoons) and the rats feed on the carcasses and their population explodes (this is known as Coyote Dependent Enhancement).

Many people with pets, chickens and toddlers distrust coyotes and fenced off their yards and started using rat traps. They claimed traps worked well but the mayor brought in an expert that claimed that traps don’t work as well as coyotes and that traps can be dangerous to the user so the city outlawed the sale of rat traps. The mayor’s expert also did a study that showed that 93% of the rats were now coming from fenced yards and that Sigma Rats were breeding and mutating there. In desperation some anti-coyotes started buying gopher traps and trying to use these to catch rats.

One woman injured her finger in a gopher trap. Her trip to the emergency room was front page news. People complained that news of their pets that were eaten were never covered by the paper. This was dismissed as an anti-coyote conspiracy theory. Pro-coyotes are saying those with fences don’t care about their neighbors, should be ostracized, lose their jobs and they are threatening to forcibly tear down all coyote proof fences in town. The mayor is consulting with the city lawyer to see if these things are legal.

 

 

 

 

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    Salvador Dali Spain 1936-38     A very to the point comment from today’s Comments section at the Automatic Earth by long term and highly app
    [See the full post at: The Covid Coyote Conspiracy Theory]

    #84990
    Figmund Sreud
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    Brilliant, … I say!
    F.S.

    #84992

    And since we’re into different formats, let me ask if you agree that this is the closest thing in western music, rock if you will, to a haiku. I know what a haiku is, and it’s not the exact format and all, three lines, with five syllables in the first line, seven in the second, and five in the third, but for me it’s about the powerful meaning in the seemingly unfinished words, the essence of haiku. A whole vision, picture, in as few words as possible.

    Please only respond with serious things, not some free for all that kills the entire notion, no contest of what songs you may like . It’s not the song Born in the USA, it’s just these lines. Haiku.

    I had a brother at Khe Sanh
    Fighting off the Viet Cong
    They’re still there, he’s all gone
    He had a woman he loved in Saigon
    I got a picture of him in her arms

    #84996
    Germ
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    #84997
    ezlxa1949
    Participant

    An academic, official depiction of one risk factor (blood clotting) cause by the AZ vaccine. If I had time I’d produce a similar diagram of other risk factors, official and unofficial, for other risk factors and other vaccines. But I don’t.

    No wonder the public and politicians are relaxed about vaccination policy.

    To be honest, if push comes to shove then I might consider the Novavax offering (protein-based, not GMO), but I can’t find enough layman-level analysis of it to have a better informed opinion. The last report I read said that it may be approved in Australia in the last quarter of this year.

    (Let’s see if this works.)

    #84998
    ezlxa1949
    Participant

    No it didn’t. Follow the link and scroll down until you see a big blue circle. Dramatic!

    Could someone tell me how to insert an image in a post? Attachment didn’t work. The IMG tags wants a URL but the image is on my computer.

    #84999
    Germ
    Participant

    “Considerations for causality assessment of neurological and neuropsychiatric complications of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines: from cerebral venous sinus thrombosis to functional neurological disorder

    ‘In the UK, adverse events are reported via the Coronavirus Yellow Card reporting website. As of early June 2021, approximately 250 000 Yellow Cards have been submitted, equating to around three to seven Yellow Cards per 1000 doses. For comparison, the 2010 Pandemrix vaccination had a rate of around 0.6 Yellow Card submissions per 1000 doses.’

    https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2021/08/05/jnnp-2021-326924.long

    #85001
    Germ
    Participant

    “Our findings suggest an overall increased risk of Bell’s palsy after CoronaVac vaccination.”

    https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(21)00451-5/fulltext

    #85002
    thomasjkenney
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    The Khe Sanh, to me, says we sometimes find ourselves outside the bubble, and find it quite nice and worth a deeper dive. Says other things, but I’m in a positive mood. Tangential to this, as the Lizards slice off more folks in their Politicas Identitas, these newly cleaved persons tend to find others of like mind with which to congregate. Thus, old groups that may have been predictable or steerable are destroyed, and unpredictable new groups arise.

    They say “Love your brother!”
    But you will catch it if you try.

    #85003
    Huskynut
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    Ezlxa – your link above doesn’t work for me.. when I hover on it there’s no click-through

    #85005
    Susmarie108
    Participant

    Connected by Om

    Holding it Together
    Thoughts and words become deeds
    The One endless string of sound
    Chanted in Circles
    There are 108 beads on a mala so you will find your Way Home.

    #85006
    Archie
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    file:///C:/Users/frank/Pictures/Beautiful%20Photos/White%20Owl.jpg

    Testing 1,2,3

    #85009
    D Benton Smith
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    I find it relevant and interesting that the following legal terms (lifted almost verbatim from legal refrence publications) are equally applicable to both Covid 19 (virus development, disease pandemic, and so-called “vaccine” campaign) and to the debacle of Afghanistan (the war, the failure, and the troop withdrawal) .

    [quote] Fraud must be proved by showing that the defendant’s actions involved five separate elements: (1) a false statement of a material fact,(2) knowledge on the part of the defendant that the statement is untrue, (3) intent on the part of the defendant to deceive the alleged victim, (4) justifiable reliance by the alleged victim on the statement, and (5) injury to the alleged victim as a result. [unquote]

    [quote] In United States law, depraved-heart murder, also known as depraved-indifference murder, is a type of murder where an individual acts with a “depraved indifference” to human life and where such act results in a death, despite that individual not explicitly intending to kill. In a depraved-heart murder, defendants commit an act even though they know their act runs an unusually high risk of causing death or serious bodily harm to a person. If the risk of death or bodily harm is great enough, ignoring it demonstrates a “depraved indifference” to human life and the resulting death is considered to have been committed with malice aforethought. In some states, depraved-heart killings constitute second-degree murder, while in others, the act would be charged with “wanton murder,” varying degrees of manslaughter,or third-degree murder.
    If no death results, such an act would generally constitute reckless endangerment (sometimes known as “culpable negligence”) and possibly other crimes, such as assault.
    “depraved heart” murder is the form of murder that establishes that the wilful doing of a dangerous and reckless act with wanton indifference to the consequences and perils involved is just as blameworthy, and just as worthy of punishment, when the harmful result ensues as is the express intent to kill itself. This highly blameworthy state of mind is not one of mere negligence… It is not merely one even of gross criminal negligence… It involves rather the deliberate perpetration of a knowingly dangerous act with reckless and wanton unconcern and indifference as to whether anyone is harmed or not. The common law treats such a state of mind as just as blameworthy, just as anti-social and, therefore, just as truly murderous as the specific intents to kill and to harm. [unquote]

    I have only one comment to add : There has yet to be even so much as a misdemeanor indictment for any of it.

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