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September 3, 2020

Blaming the government for the will of the people & Covid Karma

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 9:01 am

I have been so upset with the government for allowing our constitutional rights to be betrayed for light and transient cause — a fake pandemic with fake death statistics where hospitals get paid extra if they say a death is Covid19 related.

But, the people want this, at least in California. In Georgia people want to go out with their guns and protect their church. In California people want to sit, do nothing and behave as if we are in grave danger from some fake emergency that requires the shutting down of most aspects of society and then lots of nagging and other unnecessary restrictions.

I still have not seen anyone even cough and only heard of one person who knows someone who I have met who died. One person dying is not a pandemic. If this were a real pandemic, you would see people dying in mass on the street, overflowing hospitals, and real panic.

But, what type of karma would a person have for wanting to put their neighbor out of a job? That could kill their neighbor. No work means no money. That can lead to evictions and starvation. If you encourage your governor to shut everything down, are you responsible if your neighbor dies?

The interesting thing is that most of the people out of work in California like the idea of being out of work and like the idea of saving themselves from the inescapable clutches of this mystery Covid19 that I had not seen a single soul have. So, can I say that they are “doing it to themselves?” Putting themselves out of work?

Some people are just so dumb. They don’t realize there is a problem until it hits them in the face. Do we have to wait until people are dying on the street because they were evicted in mass? Do we have to wait until people die of starvation in their apartments? The economy might bounce back in Republican states, but the air is so clean in Los Angeles that the economy cannot be functioning at more than 40% at best.

Let me sum it up for dummies.
Not working >> Not having money >> Getting evicted >> Starving in the street.

Now, if the government gives you a temporary hand out to tide you over, but your job doesn’t rematerialize magically when the government check dries out — the eviction and starvation is temporarily delayed by a few weeks.

It is kind of like staying at home doesn’t save you from Covid, it just delays how fast you are likely to get it by a few weeks. It doesn’t prevent you from getting it.

Vitamin D prevents Covid.
Having a job prevents evictions.
We would all be so much better off taking vitamin D pills, A, C, veggies and keeping going to work. But the damage is already done. We did it to ourselves. This is our karma.

All I can say is thank God I have a job. When my site went down for 7.5 days I began to see how hopeless it might be for the others who don’t have work. But, I cried not having work. People in my part of town don’t seem the slightest bit upset that most people aren’t working. Are they insane? Or do they just had bad karma.


August 27, 2020

Coronavirus: the fear factor and spiritual perspectives

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 8:49 am

The media has done a huge snow job on us. All we talk about and all we think about is Covid19. We treat it like the worst threat to mankind. If you look at the age related stats on Worldometer you will find that only those in very bad health die from this disease in large numbers.

Actually, a child is 15x as likely to die from the flu, but do you shut down schools for a semester for the flu? Perhaps a day or two at most. In the summer, hundreds die per week from swimming pool deaths, but do we create mass hyseria over that?

I was once afraid of flying. I got so paranoid. My father comforted me by telling me that I am more in danger of getting in an accident on the way to the airport than dying in a air crash. He told me it was very safe. Humans are afraid of the unknown and what we have been told to fear. We need to be afraid of what is actually dangerous like a crashed economy and living under fascism for the rest of our lives. Or perhaps we will all die of starvation once the economy tanks.

But, what about vaccines? People think that a vaccine is their savior, and that all their problems will go away. God created this disease to punish the wicked and if you create a cure for Covid19, then he will create another disease to kill those who he wishes to wipe out. But, once again, we look only to the physical for solutions to this disease which is spiritual in nature. Why not spiritual vaccines.

Spiritual vaccines.
According to Jewish sources, malicious use of speech, inappropriate sexual behavior, violence, and other sins cause plagues. In my opinion, not believing in God and a general disregard for your fellow man is the spiritual root of the shutdown in many states. My idea of a good vaccine is to pray three times a day, and be decent to others, as well as you can. God protects those who have faith and devotion better than some scam vaccine made by money grubbing fascists and big-pharma.

Mental vaccine
If you enjoy a healthy happy lifestyle, your thoughts will be more healthy and you will be less susceptible to illness. Even under lock down, you can still enjoy nature to some degree. Think happy thoughts and realize that the media brainwashed you into being a fear-monger. Abandon fear, have faith, and focus on being happy in any situation.

Physical vaccine
Eating cabbage and other cruciferous veggies are excellent for your colon which is the foundation of your immune system. And yes, your good bacteria are what keeps your immunity strong — scientific fact – look it up. Cabbage has lots of C (good for immunity), you can cook it in garlic and red pepper (also good for immunity) and have other fermented foods which are good for your good bacteria. If your body is healthy, then these diseases cannot do that much damage as you will have an army of killer white blood cells who will attack invaders.

Stop believing everything you hear. Research your facts about who this disease actually kills and how many are immune in your area. Base fear on reality and not on what your irrational friends and media providers tell you to be afraid about. I am afraid of civil war and starvation. That is what I see as a real possibility. I hope to God I am wrong.


August 21, 2020

Your constitutional rights mean nothing if there is a virus

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 8:45 am

Back in 1776 our founding fathers put tremendous thought and consideration into drafting one of the most important documents ever written. The Constitution of the United States of America. They thought through all of the serious legal problems the new nation might face and came up with realistic and effective ways to combat corruption, and prevent the church from taking over the state. The document and its amendments also addressed issues relating to human liberties, the freedom to assembly, gun rights, freedom of speech and press.

Unfortunately what they forgot to tell you in history class is that: if there is a virus, those constitutional rights are temporarily nullified even though technically you could argue that they still apply.

The worse part is that the American public seems not at all concerned that their constitutional rights have been stripped from them. Americans put their constitutional rights on a silver platter without even so much as a protest for a whole 33 days. This apathy tells the authorities that they can do anything they like to us and we will just take it lying down. In some of the gun happy states like Virginia people finally did start protesting, but half of the protest was about gun rights, and shutdowns were only one issue of several.

In places like California which are left-leaning, there has been very little resistance to tyranny and fascism. Our rights have been stripped from us. We cannot even get a haircut as of April 24, 2020.

The symbolic event in protests is that April 19th, 2020, 244 years after, but on the same exact date the revolutionary war started in Boston — was the date the protests really got started in mass.

Attention America — if you ignore your constitutional rights, and if your kids are being dumbed down in school, you will soon not have any rights. The only way to have predictability and justice in America is to stand up and complain loud and clear if you have been violated by your governor or mayor impeding your basic rights. No virus is worth losing what people have been fighting for and risking their lives for the last 244 years.

405,000 Americans died in WW2 to protect American style liberties and fight tyranny, fascism and murder. But, in 2020 we are willing to give it all up without even a wimper. I just don’t understand what is wrong with people today. I guess there is not much I can do. But, the little I can do — I will do!


August 19, 2020

Notary Lives Matter

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 8:48 am

Notaries frustrated with the oppression of not being paid by signing companies decided to create a new group called, Notary Lives Matter or NLM.

They took over a signing company in Orange County and declared the entire block a police free zone. Their demands were that the police would help them get paid. But, the police didn’t want to bother.

One signing company worker who made the mistake of putting in overtime came out of the bathroom to find these unruly Notaries demonstrating in the entrance and parking lot. They made her “take a knee” and say, “I can’t breathe.” Then she turned on the air system and said, “I can breathe a lot better now.”

The police didn’t want to confront such a large number of disgruntled Notaries, so nobody got arrested. But, on the other hand nobody got paid. The moral of the story is to research companies on Notary Rotary and 123notary’s forum to make sure that companies pay. Otherwise you might be saying, “Hand up …. hand up…. don’t shoot…. don’t shoot — Notary Lives Matter!”


August 15, 2020

Shut Downs and their catastrophic effect on the world

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 8:43 am

Most of us lack the capability or willingness to think for ourselves or to look at real data. We let the media dictate what we think contributing to what Noam Chomsky calls, “Manufactured public opinion.” Under normal circumstances this can lead to the Democratic party getting disproportional votes as the media is left leaning for the most part these days. But, there can be more catastrophic consequences of this media induced frenzy surrounding the Covid19 pandemic.

The media gets us to focus on Covid-19 and fear. They create a neurolinguistic link between Covid-19 and fear. The mention the word Coronavirus and then show images and statistics of people dying in mass all around us. They repeat this information and these images endlessly.

During a recent period of time, CNN spent 160 hours reporting on Covid-19, but only 6 on unemployment. If mass amounts of people are unemployed, they will go to food banks when they run out of money. If food banks have a line three miles long and run out of food which is inevitable, then people will starve. Although few have starved already, it is likely that people will run out of money in mass at the same time. This can contribute to civil unrest, looting, and mass starvation.

The UN has reported that 130 million people worldwide are likely to starve as a result of shut downs and economic discontinuity over the next several months. I came to a similar conclusion long before I read that statistic. But, we cannot accurately guess how many will starve. It might be half the planet. The main point, is that in our quest to “save lives” we will end up ruining more lives than we save by far and ending many more as well.

Shutdowns lead to:
8000% increase in calls to suicide hotlines
A dramatic increase in child molestation and domestic violence
The draining of people’s finances who have low savings or high overhead — and that can lead easily to starvation.
A feeling of helplessness and misery
A feeling of mistrust in authorities
Civil unrest.

Most of my friends are afraid to go outside due to the hyped up threat of infection. A healthy person around 50 who is infected has a 1 in 50,000 chance in dying from Covid19 according to some number crunching I did. This is five times as high as the risk of dying in a car accident during the year. Yet people’s fear is dedicated 99% to viruses and not at all to the other risks to life and limb staring us in the face.

A few months from now, we might not be able to leave the house due to riots, looting, people dying on the street and chaos. That to me is a lot more dangerous than a trumped up flu. Our governor’s reaction to Covid19 will destroy society. The sad part is that 85% of the locals here in California support these lock downs. I guess they are leftists who want to completely destroy what we have been working for for the last 244 years.

There will be insufficient support for my points of view until it is too late. So, I try to educate and alert others to the more realistic risks out there via social media and do the best I can to take care of myself. I dread to see what the world looks like in a year should I live so long.


August 9, 2020

Are lockdowns good for the elderly and vulnerable?

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 8:43 am

If you look at the age stats on Worldometer’s Coronavirus pages, you will find that those who are healthy at any age are very rarely victims of this terrible disease. There is a reason why people 70+ or those with lung or immunity issues would hide at home. But, if the healthy are hiding at home, that prolongs the disease.

The CDC and disease control agencies want to prolong the disease as long as possible. But, that is not good for the elderly or anyone else effected by the shut down. So, let’s imagine several scenarios.

1. Severe lock down.
If you have a hard lock down, the disease would spread very slowly. It might stop altogether that is — until you reopen, and someone from another place, or another species i.e. bats or cats reseeds your population with cases. Then you get the epidemic starting all over again. You close down again, and then open up again and the same thing can keep happening. Immunity is the only thing that can stop Covid19 in the long run. The Chinese government follows this type of solution which is a non-solution if you track out where they will be in a year.

2. Moderate lock down
Unfortunately, all of the USA based their lock down dates based on what was happening in NYC and fear that they would end up just like Northern Italy which has turned out to be very distant from the truth. If you lock down too early, you don’t flatten the curve, you push the curve farther to the right and delay the curve — unless you do a moderate lock down that began too early and keep it for about four months. This is what California wants to do, and we will not have an economy to open after four months. But, our governor doesn’t understand that as he is a shut down fiend!

3. No lock down
If the elderly stay at home and the rest of humanity goes about their business, the death rate will not be that bad. Sweden has proven this. People under 70 in good health are not the ones dying so there is no point in quarantining them for nothing.

4. Accelerated Covid, a novel idea for a novel virus.
What if people under 40 in good health went to street parties and spread the disease as fast as they could while the elderly stayed safe at home? They would develop immunity really fast. Instead of flattening the curve, they would steepen the curve. The advantage is that this whole nightmare would be over a lot faster. Yes, hospitals might be overloaded for two weeks, but after that, the elderly would be able to leave their apartments without the fear of death.

My personal opinion is that Covid19 is a plague from God and we need to just face it and let it take its course. You can’t stop God’s work. Just deal with it. All of these lockdowns are basically like bad teenagers hiding from their parents to avoid a punishment. After they come out of hiding whether that is 1 hour or 10 days, they will still get the punishment. Hiding accomplishes nothing other than a lots of wasted time.


August 7, 2020

I said a prayer to end the shut down

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 8:39 am

The shut down was really horrible for me. Although I was able to work, my entire life was effected.

Turn on the news — corona. Twitter — Corona. Can’t eat out because of coronavirus. Can’t go to the park because Covid19. Can’t go hiking. Have to line up at the supermarket. This type of oppression is just too much. Every aspect of life is just a headache and there is no escape. Other states shut down too. Our constitutional rights mean nothing anymore. You can declare an emergency out of anything the media hypes up.

So, I got fed up and said a prayer that the lock down would end. The very next day an Illinois Judge proclaimed the shut down a violation of civil liberties. Wisconsin judges were able to overturn the lockdown. In Illinois I think they tried and were overruled. I’m not sure how that works.

In any case, the point of this article is that prayer alerts the angels that you think something needs to change. In these troubling times, we all need to rely more on the higher spiritual forces of the universe. The irony is that churches are shut down when we need divine connection the most. Maybe that is part of the plan.


August 1, 2020

The Judge, The Jury & Waiting Room

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 9:28 am

I am always upset when I have to do jury duty. I like being on a jury, but all the waiting time, delays, and inefficiencies drive me up the wall. Most of all, I don’t like being held captive for an indefinite period of time. I have things to do and I lack patience.

I think that for a jury to give someone “justice” they should not only be impartial, but intellectually capable of understanding a complicated case with conflicting information. Additionally, they should have the discipline to go through all aspects of the case during deliberation point by point in a meticulous way. When I was on a case, the other people did not want to discuss the case during deliberation. They all made up their mind within one second just like that. I was a bit offended, but what could I do. I wanted to discuss the benefit of the doubt, but they wanted to vote guilty as they had no doubts.

For a jury to be a good one, people should be tested to see if they are really impartial and can make fair decisions. Most people cannot. Most people don’t have the patience to sit in court for days and sort complicated issues out. But, what if juries were trained and selected so that only people who were fair and disciplined could be on a jury. And what if those people were paid as well? This is not the same as being a professional juror, but a screened juror. Just my idea.

A judge had to be in court by 11am for his case. He went to the gas station. It was closed, and there was a sign on the front saying, “closed for jury duty.” A guy cleaning up in the back called the clerk for the judge. The clerk was in the court building but in the waiting room doing nothing. The judge was out of gas and needed help. He needed to be towed to the next closest gas station, but the tow truck only took cash. So, the judge went to the bank, but the bank had a line 80 people long because most of the tellers were on jury duty. The manager at the bank called the tellers on the judge’s behalf only to find that they were also in the waiting room and not on a case. Finally the judge called the tow truck company and told them he could not get cash in time. They said it did not matter anyway because they were short staffed as their main driver was doing jury duty, but once again not on a case as he was in the waiting room.

Having juries is an important part of American due process and justice. However, society suffers when services are not rendered because people are on a jury. Perhaps that is a price that society has to pay for justice. But, society also pays a price when the court system virtually hijacks people and makes them sit all day in waiting rooms — however, there is no benefit to society to force people to sit idle for hours on end. Maybe one day the court system will figure this out.

In any case, the judge had to walk to court in the rain. It took him two hours. But the time he got there it was 12:30pm. By the time he got there the jurors were all at lunch. So, he had to wait until 1:15pm to get started. Finally, 1:15 arrived, a bunch of jurors came up to see if they could be selected. However, the case involved a police officer who had been involved in some type of misconduct. The prospective jurors were interviewed briefly by an Attorney who dismissed all of them as they all had some type of bias against police officers. The moral of the story is that the jurors had their time virtually stolen from them not for jury duty but for court inefficiencies which was bad not only for them, but for their clients.

The tow truck juror gave the judge a lift to his car, and then came back with a tow truck, and then towed him to another gas station. The judge got gas, thanked everybody and then went home only to find a summons. The judge had been selected for jury duty. He would have to give up all of his cases indefinitely because he too had jury duty and would be on the hook indefinitely as they don’t accept hardship as an excuse anymore.

I hope you enjoyed my cute story. The moral of the story is to screen people over the phone or using an app rather than having people sit doing nothing all day long for no reason. I’m sure the millennials will agree with me on this issue.


July 19, 2020

Judge Duty vs. Jury Duty

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 9:27 am

Once upon a time there was a mean judge who never gave jurors a break. Many of the jurors on his cases had hardships meaning that nobody could replace them at work or that they didn’t get paid for even one day of jury duty. He caused so much suffering to so many people and didn’t even care. But, one day his luck changed.

The judge woke up in the morning, went to the kitchen to find a little box of chocolates on the kitchen table with a note. The note said that some people needed his help in Mexico to decide on a disagreement between cartels. He would receive instructions later. Someone had picked the lock and quietly entered, turning off his high-end alarm system somehow and getting out without making a sound. Obviously the work of seasoned professionals.

The next day when the judge went to work he noticed some shady looking people walking slowly through the neighborhood. He called the police, but the police informed him that they were not in fact committing a crime, so they could do nothing. That night he got a phone calls from a man with a Mexican accent telling him that he should get up early tomorrow and await further instructions.

By this point the judge was terrified and called the police again. But, the police said that no crime had been committed and that there was no evidence of a break in and no fingerprints either.

The next day, the judge woke up to find his car was missing, but there was a brand new Cadillac SUV in his driveway with keys on his kitchen table. There were instructions to drive to a particular municipal airport and not to call the police, otherwise there would be trouble. Fearing for the safety of the wife and kids he did what the instructions said and drove to the airport. From there he was escorted onto a small plane that flew into Zacatecas province in Mexico.

He was to do a quick trial between the Zacatecas cartel and the Sinaloa cartel. They ad a disagreement over money that would lead to a huge shoot out if not resolved quickly. The cartel guys who hired him informed the judge that although this is inconvenient for him, it will greatly benefit society if he provides his service. The judge agreed although he didn’t want to be there.

The judge was given free hotel accommodations courtesy of his contact person Juan who was very polite to the judge. Meals were provided by Juan’s sister Carmelita who made the best tamales in Zacatecas. But, tamales were not for free. They charged the Judge 32 cents per Tamale. Juan explained that at court snack bars, the jurors are not there by choice, but at least they get snacks for a reasonable price so he would extend the same courtesy to the judge.

The next day, the judge was informed that the expert witness would be delayed and the that court case would be delayed for two weeks. No phone calls were allowed during this time. Finally, the witness showed up, and there was another delay because the Sinaloa cartel couldn’t show up. So, a few more days waiting time. After 17 days, finally they were ready for a trial. The judge listened to both sides of this crazy argument and worked out an agreement.

After that the judge asked why they wanted him of all people. They explained that they didn’t like Mexican judges because they were all corrupt and that they wanted a nice gringo judge. It took the judge five hours to work out their problems. Then they flew the judge back to Los Angeles, gave him his car back and left him alone.

The next day, there was a thank you present once again on the kitchen table with cash paying the judge $15 per day for his service — exactly what California jurors are paid for their service. He also got paid 34 cents per mile radius from his hotel to the court room plus mileage fees for the flight to Mexico which was paid for by Juan. $468.26 cents was what the judge got for his service.

Meanwhile the judge lost his job due to being absent. The judge’s wife left him because she was terrified and his own kids were not allowed to talk to him. All for $468.26. On the other hand, he probably single-handedly prevented dozens of people from being gunned down which makes it worth while in some way, shape or form.

The moral of the story is that jury duty can be very beneficial for society and justice, but it also causes severe problem to people’s lives, their bosses, customers and family. The courts think they can pay pennies for disrupting our lives, but they don’t seem to understand how much harm they exact on us for some benefit to society.


July 15, 2020

My premonitions about my trip to NM came true

Filed under: General Stories — admin @ 9:23 am

Before my last trip to New Mexico, I had several dreams which I wrote down that were premonitions.

I dreamed about a Spanish resort and grounds. I was to meet with my banker at this place. I thought this meant I would have to call a bank or make a payment before I left on my trip. I actually did not stay at a Spanish resort, but visited one that I had visited before. I never found out what the grounds represented in the dream. The bricks in the garden represent plans for the future. My trip was a relocation trip. I had planned on considering moving to New Mexico, but I reconsidered due to many factors.

I had a dream that I would go to a cool bar that I read about in a magazine. I went to an eclectic restaurant with a bar. It was the coolest spot in town with all types of nostalgia all over the restaurant. In the bathroom there were sinks made from whiskey barrels. There were route 66 nostalgia all over the walls. The restaurant had animal heads from hunting trips mounted to the walls. The food was good too, but finding this place in the middle of nowhere was weird.

Then I had a dream about a hotel room where I would turn left at the end of the room and go up two flights of stairs and then turn right to go to the bathroom. I went to a Syrian lady’s store where to go to the bathroom I needed to go out the back door, turn left, go the distance (on flat ground) of two flights of stairs, and then turn right, go up four stairs and then into the bathroom. Interesting coincidence.

I also had a dream I would see a UFO and feel an odd vibe. I never saw anything, but I was driving on the border of AZ and NM and felt a weird feeling. The back of my neck started going numb. I decided to get out of there as I did not know what was going on.

My trip resulted in horrible leg pain, so I am taking Chinese herbs and getting a lot better. My gall bladder got inflamed during my trip and now I am nursing it with green juices, herbs and meditation. The trip was disappointing, but perhaps next time will be better.

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