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  • RICHFL
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    Well it looks like this virus can strike twice ! Yes after getting it in 2019 and after two vac shots plus booster I came down with it again. This time it's l feels like the flu! But I'm testing positive!

    Please not going to turn into a yearly "flu" shot!

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  • Tugaloo
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    Originally posted by orangetom1999 View Post
    Some of you might find this interesting in this article...

    You decide for yourselves...

    I am curious to see how long this article stays up on this board...


    Vaccine Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (VAIDS): 'We should anticipate seeing this immune erosion more widely' | America's Frontline Doctors (americasfrontlinedoctors.org)



    Orangetom
    Not an Ishmalite.

    Here's another link to add to yours:
    https://vaersanalysis.info/2021/12/1...gh-12-10-2021/

    Same as you, I am curious how long this link stays up on this board.

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  • Morgan101
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    Covid cases are on the rise here, and I believe we just had our first fatality from the omicron variant. We are vaxed and wear masks. You can't be too careful.

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  • orangetom1999
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    Some of you might find this interesting in this article...

    You decide for yourselves...

    I am curious to see how long this article stays up on this board...


    Vaccine Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (VAIDS): 'We should anticipate seeing this immune erosion more widely' | America's Frontline Doctors (americasfrontlinedoctors.org)



    Orangetom
    Not an Ishmalite.



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  • Nik
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    Had a recent case on TV when a loud anti-vaxx proponent was asked if she'd accept un-vaccinated carers if admitted to hospital for a non-Covid reason. Such as a fall on trash or ice...
    Screaming, carpet-chewing, bleeped tantrum ensued...
    Regret no link available.
    --

    FWIW, you need a 'MilSpec' or 'HotZone' mask to stop air-borne viruses in the dry, but very little to mostly block emission or inhalation of Covid-laden spatter droplets. There-by mitigating chances of transmission...

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  • Tugaloo
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    Stealing a vehicle and driving away with a baby is very low. OTOH, why would one leave an infant unattended in a vehicle?

    This nation has descended into chaos; what else would we expect as a result of defunding law enforcement and DAs refusing to prosecute criminals. I thought catch and release was something fishermen do. Rampant inflation and more.
    Welcome to the new world.


    We wire money using Western Union. The local grocery store wires it to another store that handles wired transfers. To pick the funds up, they need a photo ID and know the password.

    I'm not going to be using this site as much as I used to be here. A good friend who is the chief medical examiner sent me a link to a presentation about mask filtration and the sizes of various viruses and it was deleted.



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  • orangetom1999
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    This ought to make the local news here....tonight as it just happened and told to me by my lady friend who works at a local grocery store...and texted to me.

    Someone at a local grocery store parking lot stole a truck with a baby inside..

    Two legged wildlife..run amok.



    Also for the members here a question.

    I have noticed that the local 7 Elevens near here are not doing money orders. Have any of you noticed this about many of your convenience stores...in particular 7 Elevens?? This has been going on for at least two weeks now!!


    It makes me aware of how much economics takes place across this nation via money orders....and spurs questions in my mind...


    Ishmaelites run wild...


    My non Ishmaelite .02,
    Orangetom
    Last edited by orangetom1999; 12-04-2021, 01:17 PM.

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  • Tugaloo
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    Thanks for the link! That is an excellent price.
    Any idea about followers?

    As I'm a hoarder, we are good with ammo and mags. Spare springs, followers, basic repair kits and etc.

    Going Strong: Black Friday Week NICS Checks Surpasses 680,000
    https://www.personaldefenseworld.com...y-nics-checks/

    OTOH, the article doesn't factor denials nor does it include CCW permits as no NICS is required. I mean with all the violence in the streets what else would "they" expect.

    Wow, no wonder there's an ammo shortage.

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  • Sourdough
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    $4.49 ea. today

    SHK 30rd Steel AR15 Magazines UPC: 00850003223070 - Global Ordnance

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  • Tugaloo
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    Ditto on more lockdowns, inflation, lost jobs and more. Anarchy in our streets, As the song said "It's a sign of the times."

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/forme...ss-the-country
    According to police reports, it's a smash and grab. Now get this, in some places, it is only a felony if the value was in excess of $900.



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  • orangetom1999
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    Watching the news media in it's working to prepare the public for the next round of limitations to their freedoms and liberties. behind this new variation of C19.

    More media created fear, more concerns...more insecurity.


    Looking for another round of lockdowns....and whatever comes next or with it...More joblessness.


    Been thinking it will, in the future, become dangerous to go to the grocery store....to gas up at the station.


    I've noticed more and more ...at the Grocery store....people panhandling in the parking lot...coming right up to people parked in their cars.

    Also people going into the lines of cars pan handling in the drive up lanes...at the local Popeyes chicken place...across the lot from the local grocery store.


    Have a lady I am now seeing who works in that grocery store...and am asking myself how long before it becomes dangerous for her to work there....

    I am thinking economic times sufficient for looting to take place and danger to the employees and customers.


    I am suspecting also that this is man made...and deliberately so....for political reasons.

    That the long term plan is to have Americans take 2nd, 3rd, and fourth place in our own country while taking first place risks for our monies.

    Just as is being done in the UK and on the Continent....to those people.


    Ordo Ob Chao.....order from chaos.

    Manufacture the Chaos such that one can bring in the New Order...


    Ishmaelites run wild...


    My non Ishmaelite .02,
    Orangetom

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  • Tugaloo
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    Originally posted by Sourdough View Post

    How long can one last........???? "FOR EVER".......it will simply be different. Dick Proenneke could live for decades on fish and caribou and moose, and dall sheep, and waterfowl, coyote meat, abundant berries, etc. He did not need "Mail" or coffee or sugar to survive.

    Less then 50 years before Dick P. moved there the original Alaskans, would migrate between there (Lake Clark) in the summer and Stoney River there winter village. There basically lived on Caribou in winter and fish in the summer.

    We have these silly ideas where-in we confuse need and desire. We don't need much to just stay alive, the problem is people "desire" to continue living this delusional life of "bounty". The life we are accustomed to today, did not exist when I was born 75 years ago. "NO ONE" in America today lives close to the awful poverty I was raised in the 40's and 50's in no electric in back woods Pennsylvania.
    Forever is until they die or ran out of "supplies" or in Dick Proenneke's case; until he had to go into a home. I can't imagine leaving here to move into even a small town or a "home." IMO, being in a "home" would have destroyed him inside where no one can see.
    Not the wants but the needs. To him, mail was a need because he could communicate with those he loved. Most certainly, he could have done without mail, coffee or sugar.
    Dick Proenneke never migrated, he stayed there.

    BTW, the original Alaskans were what we call Native Americans or not people from the lower 48. In Hawaii, the native Hawaiians call those who came there Haole or people who came there and are not descended from the aboriginal Polynesian inhabitants of Hawaii. I'm curious if it is the same with Native Alaskans?

    As far as meat without ammo, I can trap, fish, and can use a bow and arrow. As it will be to valuable to waste hunting, ammo will be saved for social occasions.
    Those who plan on bugging out will learn they aren't wanted here and the hard way.

    When I was a kid. Although we had electricity and natural gas simply because to supply the town, they ran by where we lived. OTOH, we couldn't afford to use either much.
    To eat, we had chickens, ducks and rabbits. We grew our own vegetables. We bartered for beef and pork for so many chickens or eggs, we received a ham and rarely beef.
    I grew up poor, but I never knew it because I ate well. My father worked in a textile mill and his sister sewed in a sweat shop. He could get cloth and she sewed for her family and ours.

    Those people will learn the hard way, their life is delusional and they will learn, but the hard way. The first thing one must learn is there is nothing to prove and only surviving counts. As long as theirs doesn't interfere with ours and it will.
    My biggest fear of a WROL are the batteries for my hearing aids. Whenever, they break the VA fixes them and I've gotten used to hearing what most take for granted with their God given hearing.

    However same as Dick Proenneke, we may learn sooner or later, we may have to leave to live where we don't want to live to where we must live. Personally, my wife and I will die here.

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  • Sourdough
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    Originally posted by Tugaloo View Post

    How long can one last without replenishing some supplies is the question.
    Even Dick Proenneke received mail, coffee and sugar from bush pilots.
    [url]http://www.dickproenneke.com[/url
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    How long can one last........???? "FOR EVER".......it will simply be different. Dick Proenneke could live for decades on fish and caribou and moose, and dall sheep, and waterfowl, coyote meat, abundant berries, etc. He did not need "Mail" or coffee or sugar to survive.

    Less then 50 years before Dick P. moved there the original Alaskans, would migrate between there (Lake Clark) in the summer and Stoney River there winter village. There basically lived on Caribou in winter and fish in the summer.

    We have these silly ideas where-in we confuse need and desire. We don't need much to just stay alive, the problem is people "desire" to continue living this delusional life of "bounty". The life we are accustomed to today, did not exist when I was born 75 years ago. "NO ONE" in America today lives close to the awful poverty I was raised in the 40's and 50's in no electric in back woods Pennsylvania.

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  • Tugaloo
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    I'm not a believer that mankind caused climate change. My reasoning is simple.
    It may be hard to believe, but Antarctica was once covered in towering forests.

    One hundred million years ago, the Earth was in the grip of an extreme Greenhouse Effect.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-12378934

    Without mankind, Antarctica was green, how could that have been possible?

    There isn't a need to think outside the box as the need is get educated passed the latest hype we are fed.

    How long can one last without replenishing some supplies is the question.
    Even Dick Proenneke received mail, coffee and sugar from bush pilots.
    http://www.dickproenneke.com






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  • Sourdough
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    I have long advocated that those most likely to survive what is coming.......will be those living in deep wilderness, with little or "NO" contact with humans.

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