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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle January 27 2023 #127461
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    MPSK:

    Very nice poetry! You have a nack for it!

    They remind me of my early school days where teaches tried to instill poem writing skills into me to no avail!

    I love good poetry but I couldn’t write a poem if my life depended upon it!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 27 2023 #127460
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    tboc:

    I was taught to stick my finger in the water for a minute. If my finger went numb, the water was deathly cold and that is how long you would last in the water if you decided to go for a swim.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 27 2023 #127456
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    Bosco and DBS are having a word fest! Nice word salad!

    Greens turning green! As in green money.

    Russia has gone almost a week without killing a single tank! Hurry up with those western tanks before the Russians forget how to kill tanks!

    I still don’t think Russia will launch a big offensive in the Ukraine any time soon, simply because it is in Russia’s best long term interests to prolong the war. The US started the war thinking it was in their best long term interests to prolong the war. Time will tell.

    The US and China are currently waging an international debt war. The US will lend 3rd world countries more debt dollars but only if the Chinese completely write off their 3rd world belt and road loans.

    Sounds just like the US’s latest Ukraine peace proposal! Great propaganda!

    For the US supporting the Ukrainian War to bleed Russia dry doesn’t cost them hardly anything at all, as they can make the rest of the world pay for the war costs whether the rest of the world wants too or not, by simply printing more world reserve currency dollars. That is why Russia needs to keep the war in the Ukraine local and burning slowly. It is the rest of the world that can’t afford the war in the Ukraine to continue for too long. The Russians don’t want the rest of the world to blame them for what happens next.

    What might happen nèxt?
    Printing more US dollars will export inflation to the rest of the world.
    Higher interest rates will cause more debt problems everywhere.
    One possibility is the worldwide flood of US dollars might suddenly decide to return home.
    Returning dollars will import previously exported inflation back into the US.
    The purchasing power of the dollar drops.
    Then nobody will want to hold US dollars anymore.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 26 2023 #127306
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    I wonder how Joseph Stalin would score on this test!

    One thing about Stalin, is he later eliminated all those who got to know him (drinking/partying friends) during early years.

    I doubt I need to take the test. I would likely score negative & negative.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127200
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    Bosco:

    These Pfizer criminals don’t give up do they? Absolutely sick.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127195
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    Aspnaz:

    In the Russian-Finnish Winter War, one Finish soldier disabled a Russian tank by using a crow bar to remove a track while the tank was moving! Must of been drinking some strong stuff or maybe he was just madder than hell!

    Generally the Fins liked to BBQ Russian tanks using Molotov cocktails!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127184
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    V.P.

    Gary that was one revealing video of Dr. Fallen. Humorous but strange.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127183
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    Bosco:

    We all know Calvin loves Susie. That is why he is so mean to her!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127165
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    Bosco:

    May the “core” be with you!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127155
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    As for the word “tank”, I think we can blame the Brits for selecting this word as cover to hide their top secret WW1 “tank” project.

    If they hadn’t selected the word “tank”, I wonder by what name we would be calling these mobile pillboxes?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 25 2023 #127147
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    Airstrip governments, by vaxxing most of their citizens, have already prepared their citizens so they do not need to prepare themselves. Socialism governments are here to help you, so you don’t need to help yourself!

    Looks like Boris’s British buddies in Keiv are out and only US people left in charge. Maybe Boris was in Keiv handing out British passports for clean bags of money? Never let a good crisis go to waste!

    MSM news says the earth’s core has; stopped rotating, has reversed rotation, is still rotating, is rotating slower than the earth! Please make up your minds!

    Trudeau’s government is still pushing vaccinations hard in Canadian MSM and internet. Get both flu/vax shot ads everywhere! Dr. Tam has new vaccine video.

    Canadian MSM lies; hybrid immunity, covid immunity deficit, lockdown immunity deficit, long covid. Sudden and unexpected deaths are perfectly normal and have always happened.

    In other words. “Situation Normal”.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127064
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    Bosco:

    And to think we used to be perfectly good monkeys until someone messed with our genes!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127063
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    So how can the US government afford to replace all the old Russian military equipment around the world with spanking new American equipment?

    Well, I am glad you asked!

    When you own the world’s dominate reserve currency, it doesn’t cost you a cent!

    So who pays then?

    The rest of the world pays, that’s who!

    Nice racket you got there!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127060
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    Now that it has been nicely settled that US/German tanks are going to the Ukraine, it looks like the US is doing a little advanced house cleaning in Kiev, under the guise of cleaning up corruption.

    One nice benefit for the US MIC of the US, offering to replace any Russian military equipment sent to the Ukraine with more modern US equipment, is it weakens any competing European weapons manufacturers while forcing the recipients to sign up for expensive training and equipment maintenance contracts. Killing two birds with one stone!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127044
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    Bosco:

    Yeah, that was the kid’s true fate!
    Probably tortured before dying, to make an example of.
    That naturally never happens these days.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127043
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    Swamp Sowing Classified Documents.

    Here is the list of people who the deep state has now disqualified from running for President in 2024.

    1. Donald Trump
    2. Joe Biden
    3. Mike Pence

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127039
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    Noirette:

    Al Gore made his money the same way his father did, in Washington, DC. Naturally he inherited a corrupted “silver spoon” fortune from his father and proceeded to grow it further via the same corruption.

    These days this is now perfectly legal.

    If Al Gore ever shows up at my cottage, I will burn him, to see how many BTUs he emits, to fight global cooling!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127037
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    The battle of the tanks.

    So far this week, Russia hasn’t destroyed any tanks in the Ukraine. Shocking, I know!

    Watching the politicians raising trial ballons in the MSM about how they aren’t going to send US/German tanks to the Ukraine, was always about sending such tanks to the Ukraine. But first the puppet show to pave the way.

    We wouldn’t want the Russians to get rusty, killing tanks, due to a lack of target practice, now would we?

    I am quite concerned about how the Ukrainians are going to learn how to drive these rather complicated tanks before the war ends.

    To the best of my knowledge, the Russians have agreed to prolong the war, until the Ukrainians figure out how to put the tanks into first gear.

    You don’t have to be an expert on tanks to know all tanks are vulnerable from the top while well protected at the front. Thus all tanks fear 152mm artillery! They especially fear rockets with big warheads, that sneak in above, from the rear!

    The Russian will resume their “top-down” warfare as soon as the Ukrainians are ready.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127035
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    About trying to warn people against getting vaxxed.

    It is simply a completely futile effort to try and warn people about the dangers of taking the covid vaccine. These people, having taken the vaccine shots, all have a vested “emotional” interest in defending the vaccines.

    They are all suffering from “Stockholm Syndrome” and will actively defend the vaccines, and tell you that you are the crazy one.

    If they ever wake up, before they die, it will have to come from the MSM.

    Instead of thanking you for trying to warn them, they will instead “emotionally” blame you for the harms the vaccines caused them.

    This is what humans do. Blame those who are closest to them!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2023 #127033
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    Aspnaz:

    What you observe is no shock to me. In the Toronto area, Markham is a duplicate of Orange County, California. It is basically a Chinese gated city where Chinese is spoken and stores have Chinese signs.

    I find your comments very interesting, probably because I have been more places than the average bear, so when someone complains about Rome’s 4 traffic jams a day, I know why! And yes I can pick up an individually grain of rice with chop sticks!

    So please do keep your comments coming!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 23 2023 #126976
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    I see Ukrainian Nazis are now feeding Hungarians into the Russian meat grinder.
    The Nazis are even using ambulances to round up cannon folder!
    The Nazis have most definitely run out of willing volunteers!

    Demark has sent all it’s artillery to the Ukraine. Is Denmark secretly trying to de-militeritize itself?

    Things are going so well for the Ukrainians, that the Russians are now having to use their artillery to point blank blast the Ukrainians at 200 to 300 meters! Yes, that smells like winning!

    Russia hasn’t destroyed any Ukrainian tanks this week! More Ukrainian winning!

    And General Mud is still hanging around in the Ukraine! Reports of his death, are premature!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 21 2023 #126803
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    MPSK:

    Yes, drugs like Viagra are contradicted for anyone with RP eye problems, like myself.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 20 2023 #126718
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    When I was in Siberia in 1983, I soon discovered that the local black market was run by the KGB!
    Isn’t that communism under mining communism?

    I discovered this accidently when “property of the state” was stolen from my job site.
    My interpreter accidently mentioned to me the police wanted to know what the electronic meter looked like so they could monitor the black market for when it showed up!

    The major reason why communism doesn’t work, is everybody is waiting around for the other guy to do the hard work! Even with over 20 million KGB informers, the communist still couldn’t get anybody to work hard!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 20 2023 #126709
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    Does anybody know if drinking alcohol helps kill any spike proteins?
    Asking for a friend, as I don’t drink!
    Well, I do drink!
    Just not acoholic drinks!
    And I an not anti alcohol either.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 20 2023 #126708
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    My Grandfather’s definition of an “expert”. An ordinary fellow, a long way from home!

    Re-Space Alien’s Cookbook.

    In 1983, when I went to work in a Siberian coal mine, I flew into Moscow. Naturally they did a very through search of all of my luggage. Knowing I was going to be there a rather long time I brought a small suitcase of paperback books to read. Needless to say they were very upset about all these books. So they called over the next in command, who just happened to be a woman. She spoke good English. She asked me why all the books? I said I expected to be in Russia for quite awhile. Then she noticed a big red Betty Crocker cook book! She opened it and scanned it. She then asked me why a cook book? I said just in case I have to cook for myself. She smiled, put the cook book back, and then waved me through customs.

    When I got to Siberia, others already there were amazed that I had brought a library ,while they had only managed to successfully bring in 1 or 2 books, the rest being confiscated. And all thanks to that big cook book sitting at the top of the suitcase!

    Can’t trade just be trade? Why does it have to have a label attached to it? Every people system I know of traded except those weird Spartan greeks.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 20 2023 #126702
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    Saul:

    Thank you for the update. Good to know you have survived the covid madness.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 18 2023 #126465
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    Michael:

    You must be getting quite the on/off winter on the rock! Rain, freezing rain, and snow!

    My son, who is ñow working at a local marina near the cottage, says the water on the St. Lawrence River still hasn’t frozen over yet. He was hoping to be skating on the river by now!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 18 2023 #126464
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    tboc:

    Re-Two US justice systems. Notice Dr. D wisely said the ’70s, so that could apply to 1870’s too right after the American Civil War! The dual US justice system has been with us forever! Chief Justice Marshall had a case where the jury, constrained by law, found a tenant farmer innocent of stealing a landlord’s donkey and saying the thief could also keep the stolen donkey simply because the landlord was despised by the jurists! The jury earlier had asked the judge, if they could find the thief innocent, if he gave the donkey back. As Marshall noted, the law can be an ass!

    So Biden might not be running again in 2024. He has already lost one war in Afghanistan. For joe to lose two wars in one term, Russia still has 2 years left in which to win the war in the Ukraine! It should be also noted that Biden is using lawyers to make the law look like an ass! Democrat Lawfare in action!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 17 2023 #126389
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    Has anybody noticed Raul has a sense of humor?
    In today’s Calvin carton, Calvin is using AI and GPT to create a nice Calvin!
    Tomorrow do we get the bad Calvin?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 16 2023 #126324
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    jb-hb:

    Thank you for writing 5 of 4 today. This is what made the light blub go off in my head about the significance of GPTchat and the recent progress of AI.

    Thanks to Greco, Ram, Red, Dr. D, and Zerosum for your comments too, helping to drive home what jb-hb has been saying.

    Sorry, Raul if GPTchat/AI hijacked today’s TAE. But today would never have happened if you hadn’t done your critical part in making it happen. Life is full of sometimes wonderful surprises!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 16 2023 #126322
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    Polemos:

    Your comment reminded me of my transition from writing everything on paper to then learning to write everything on a computer.

    Naturally, I learned to print, then hand write on paper because there where no personal computers. I also learned to do math, first in my head, then on a slide rule. (I learned my multiplication/division tables with my Father while having my baths!)

    Then mid-way through post secondary school calculators replaced the slide rule.

    Then a decade later personnel computers came of age. First, I would write down on paper what I wanted to enter into the computer. Then slowly but surely I learned to compose my words on the computer. This wasn’t an easy step. It took some time to transition from paper.

    The computer then allowed me to edit my words more quickly than I could ever do on paper, so I then stopped writing my words on paper using only the computer instead. The computer really opened the floodgates to my writing as one could quickly enter in one’s thoughts in any order as they popped into one’s mind, and then later re-organized them into proper order, edit, and spell check (before auto-correct).

    I have never looked back once I mastered writing on a computer, nor would I want to go back to the not so good olde days!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 15 2023 #126263
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    Dr. D:

    Too bad the linked story of the water farmer didn’t have photos showing what he did.
    Spent some time down that way so know the annual cycle of rain/drought.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 15 2023 #126262
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    MPSK:

    GM introduced OnStar way back in 1996, so yes all GM used cars have kill switches!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 15 2023 #126257
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    MPSK:

    The value of gold doesn’t change. Only the value of paper money changes, usually down, such that it takes more paper money to buy the same amount of gold. In other words, if gold’s price in dollars goes up, then the value of your dollars just went down. And yes when gold’s price goes up, gold buyers and sellers get together and trade. Happens like clockwork!

    All GM cars/trucks with “OnStar” service, whether you subscribe or not, have a kill switch. Suspect Ford, etc. also have kill switches too.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 14 2023 #126180
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    AFKTT:

    First, I agree with most of the same things you do, so we are more a like than different.

    I worked in coal mines all over the world building large electric mining equipment.
    So I should be considered TAE’s biggest climate change sinner by far!
    I don’t think anyone else on TAE even comes close!

    I come from a cold country called Canada, so naturally I am interested in global warming.
    I hate being cold.
    Just 15,000 years ago both my house and cottage were buried under a mile of ice.
    So I think it is in my best interests to ensure this ice doesn’t come back anytime soon.
    Now after 69 years, I am getting a little tired of waiting for global warming to show up!
    Actually, I sort of have given up that I will ever see global warming in my lifetime, despite my best efforts.

    However, your talking about rising CO2 levels, has given me a sliver of renewed hope!
    So I am secretly hoping you are right!
    So whenever I can, I am creating as much CO2 as I can, even though it isn’t much these days, as I am old.

    As an ex-coal miner, amoung other career sins, can you explain how all those thick coal seams that I mined, came to exist?
    Surely there must have an awful lot of CO2 back then to create all these coal seams?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 14 2023 #126154
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    Historical Mind Fuckery:

    Our masters keep imposing new laws and taxation burdens to better control us.
    People often wonder when will this break and come to an end?
    I think of what happened to Rome.
    Rome’s masters did exactly the same thing.
    They constantly increased the burden of taxes and laws on productive people.

    Then one day Rome supposedly fell
    However the next day Rome was still there.
    So what really fell then?
    The burdens of supporting all of Rome’s laws and taxation!
    Do you think it is possible life in Rome might have improved for productive people there after?

    Did the barbarians really cause Rome to fall?
    Or did civilization drive out the barbarians out of Rome?
    Just asking!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 13 2023 #126095
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    Oroboros:

    Well we know exactly how that child is being indoctrinated!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 13 2023 #126094
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    MPSK:

    One thing the spike protien does is allows them to tracked us all better. Not sure exactly how, but might have something to do with vaccine ingredients like magnetic particles (clustering like micro-circuits), graphene, and god knows what else they put in the vaccines, etc.

    Likely electrically or magnetically by an unnoticed/hidden scanner as you walk by.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 13 2023 #126088
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    MPSK:

    My best guess is that “they” know we won’t willingly take anymore vaccines now, so they will simply put it into our food, like lettuce, without telling us.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 13 2023 #126087
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    The Russian MoD is now reporting far more pickup trucks and SUVs being destroyed for each military AFV/APC/tank destroyed. A typical MoD summary report will say 20 Ukrainian service men, 6 pickup trucks, 3 SUVs, and 1 military AFV destroyed in a given attack.

    The number of Ukrainian service members being destroyed daily by the Russians is now only in the tens, not hundreds.

    The Russian MoD is saying half of the Ukrainians they now destroy are foreigners.

    Ukraine is winning the war now because the number of artillery shells Russia is firing daily has dropped by 75%. Clearly Russia is running out of shells!

    Or maybe Russia is simply running out of suitable targets to shoot at?

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