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Archon69 2 points ago +2 / -0

In the Arab Gulf countries there are lots of old trucks on the road. I have seen many with Dutch and Polish names and cities still on the doors, but local license plates and making regular deliveries. Trucks engines are designed to last 500k to a million miles, then for about $1500 of parts, they change the cylinder liners, rings, and maybe some bearings, and it can go back into service. In other words, they keep running and running. On the other hand, European countries have ridiculously strict emission standards, and even personal diesel cars like a Mercedes van have a special tank for AdBlue deionized water and urea, and if that tank runs dry, you lose 70% of your power, unless you buy a special box that makes the computer think you have a full load of AdBlue. Thus, old European trucks get sold to countries where the em emissions rules are not so strict, and they have to replace them with new, expensive "clean" trucks.

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Archon69 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe Alec will be the first arrest too!

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Archon69 3 points ago +3 / -0

I posted a "Hillary Clinton sent you a suicide request" meme to FB, they banned for 30 days, and I clicked a link to disagree, so they turned it into a permanent ban: > Your Account Has Been Disabled

You can't use Facebook because your account, or activity on it, didn't follow our Community Standards. We can't review this decision because too much time has passed since your account was disabled. To learn more about the reasons we disable accounts visit our Community Standards.

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Archon69 15 points ago +15 / -0

At university in the late 80's, one of my classmates was from Venezuela. He had a new Corvette that was bored out from a 350 to a 406. Times were good then.

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Archon69 2 points ago +2 / -0

Jimstone.is talks about using hosting in Iceland. I think it might be called Orange. Yeah, just looked it up https://www.orangewebsite.com/

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Archon69 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines are made from a deactivated sample, just like rabies and hepatitis vaccines have been made for years.

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Archon69 1 point ago +1 / -0

Check out the Snake Diet on Youtube; Cole has some strong words that may offend, but he cares, so toughen up! Long fasts are easier if you are getting some sodium and potassium in your water, which keeps the cells making energy.

This is the best text description that I have seen https://www.3010.fit/fasting/

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Archon69 1 point ago +1 / -0

Notables https://8kun.top/qresearch/res/14588182.html#bottom It is weird- I can access it at work, but it doesn't load at home with a different ISP.

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Archon69 2 points ago +2 / -0

AND he had 'successfully' completed a 'deradicalisation' programme.

I guess they graded on the curve and passed him even though he would have otherwise failed!

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Archon69 3 points ago +3 / -0

At the bottom is a link to click for the next document https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2021/09/09/executive-order-on-requiring-coronavirus-disease-2019-vaccination-for-federal-employees/

Notice at the beginning they mention both United States and United States of America. They wouldn't have to mention both if they were both the same thing!

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including sections 3301, 3302, and 7301 of title 5, United States Code, it is hereby ordered as follows:

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Archon69 3 points ago +3 / -0

Also, the federal government can make laws relating to interstate commerce, but they don't make general laws for the states of the Union. That is up to the states.

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Archon69 1 point ago +1 / -0

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faretta_v._California Faretta v. California, 422 U.S. 806 (1975), was a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that criminal defendants have a constitutional right to refuse counsel and represent themselves in state criminal proceedings.[1]

I don't know about civil cases, but a judge that forces you to contract with a lawyer you don't want is violating rights.

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Archon69 4 points ago +4 / -0

If the Toecutter was still in charge, people wouldn't be exposed to all this. When you look up in the night sky, remember the Night Rider :)

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Archon69 [M] 3 points ago +3 / -0

I ran it through OCR: Guide to Religious Exemptions Here's what to do if you if your employer asks you for a religious exemption. Follow the process described below exactly. It will lead you to either (1) HR giving up—the most likely outcome, or (2) you being fired, which is very unlikely because you’ll have a ton of ammo to sue them on the grounds of medical discrimination if you follow this procedure, and HR knows it. Either way, you win. Here’s what you do. This first part just explains what to do; if you want to know why, read the corresponding explanations in part 2 (“Why This Works"). Part 1: What to Do Rule #1: Document everything. • Don't delete any communications. • Print out every email/document and save it in a file at home (not at work). • If HR tries to speak with you verbally (say, in the hallway, or asks you to come to their office), request to move the conversation to email. It’s more work to prove what was said verbally (more on that in a minute). • If you must speak in-person, turn on your phone's recorder (either audio or speech-to-text) and discretely record the meeting. • Do not let anyone you're speaking to know you're doing this. o Check your state's wire tapping laws. If you're legally allowed to record audio of the conversation ("one party consent"), the recording can be submitted as evidence in court. o Otherwise, a transcript of the conversation is also acceptable. You can use a speech-to- text program to automatically transcribe the conversation. o 4s soon as you're at lunch outside the premises or you're off work, either listen to the recording to make sure it's audible, or check the transcript to make sure it captured the conversation correctly, and if not, correct it yourself. • If you must speak in-person, after every conversation or meeting, email HR with a summary of what was discussed as soon as possible. This is also an acceptable record and can be used in court in addition to the audio recording or transcript. Rule U2: Don't fill out any forms or sign ^anything’ before you talk to a lawyer. If you haven't disclosed your vaccination status yet: HR: Sends you an email asking for your vaccination status, or asks at a meeting. You: Don't respond. Don't reply, raise your hand, or volunteer. HR might give up here. If not, wait until HR asks you directly. HR: Confronts you individually to ask your vaccination status. You: Ask HR for the vaccine mandate in writing. Never bring it up again. HR might give up here. HR: Sends you the mandate in writing. You: Reply stating you are unsure of your vaccination status, but if they want to formally request your medical history, they can send you a document to ask your doctor to pull your medical records. Never bring it up again. HR might give up here. HR: Sends a document requesting your medical history. You: Inform them your lawyer needs time to look over the document. Never bring it up again. HR might give up here. HR: Asks you again. You: Tell HR that your lawyer has numerous such documents and it will take time. Never bring it up again. HR might give up here. HR: Pesters you again. You: Stall for as long as possible. If given a deadline, do nothing. Wait until the deadline, then email HR to notify them that your legal counsel has not finished review. At this point, you will have created a massive problem for HR, and they'll have no choice but to back off or fire you. Either way, you win, because they've provided you with ample evidence that you're being fired over a medical issue, which anyone in HR will be terrified to do because firing you creates endless legal headaches for the company and may get them fired as well. You'll be eligible for unemployment and you can proceed to sue them for wrongful termination. If you have informed HR you’re unvaccinated and requested an exemption: First, go back through your emails and save them (see Rule #1 above), and try to remember as many past conversations and meetings as possible where HR asked you directly about your vaccination status. If you can't remember the exact date and time, give an approximation, ex.: Week of September 21, 2021: Spoke to Karen McCheryl from HR in her office. Karen asked me to submit proof of my vaccination status, and I informed her I am not vaccinated and requested a religious exemption. Karen sent me the following email and an attached form on September 23, 2021 at 3:21pm. You: Ask HR to formally notify you in writing of the vaccine mandate at your company as a requirement for continued employment. HR: Sends you this. You: Ask HR to formally request that you submit a religious exemption to satisfy the vaccine requirement. HR: Sends you some ridiculous form to fill out (ex. asking you to describe specifics about your religion that require you to decline the vaccine, asking for a letter or signature from a pastor, etc.), asks for "proof" of your sincerely held religious beliefs, or whatever. You: Copy + paste the following email: I,, declare religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccination mandate. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,1 attest to having sincerely held personal religious beliefs which will not permit me to abide by this mandate. Additionally, I am not willing to describe these personal religious beliefs for the reasonable fear that if others have knowledge of them it may engender discrimination against me and/or my family. I am aware that reasonable accommodations may have to be made regarding this declaration of religious exemption, and am willing to discuss accommodations that would be necessary and reasonable in order to come to on agreement. Finally, I expect this letter to remain confidential, and its contents be disclosed on to those for whom there is an express need. Don't add anything. Don't even specify your religion, and definitely don't justify it by describing what specific doctrine is being violated. HR: Continues to insist that you fill out their form or get a letter from a pastor or whatever. You: Inform them your lawyer needs time to look over the document. Never bring it up again. HR might give up here. HR: Asks you again. You: Tell HR that your lawyer has numerous such documents and it will take time. Never bring it up again. HR might give up here. HR: Pesters you again. You: Stall for as long as possible. If given a deadline, do nothing. Wait until the deadline, then email HR to notify them that your legal counsel has not finished review. At this point, you will have created a massive problem for HR, and they'll have no choice but to back off or fire you. Either way, you win, because they've provided you with ample evidence that you're being fired over religious discrimination, which anyone in HR will be terrified to do because firing you creates endless legal headaches for the company and may get them fired as well. You'll be eligible for unemployment and you can proceed to sue them for wrongful termination. Part 2: Why This Works In the first scenario, no HR person who doesn’t want to get super fired would ask for your medical records. In the second scenario, Karen from HR doesn't get to be the religion police. Not even the authority of your religion can rule on what does or doesn't violate your faith. You don't even need support from a religious leader in grfcr tQ qualify fgr g rgligigy § exemption because there is case law establishing that only the believer can decide how they perceive their own religious duty, i.e. what violates their beliefs. Thomas v. Review Board, 450 U.S. 707 (1981), in which a Jehovah's Witness sued for unemployment because he claimed being transferred to a role where he would be manufacturing weapons parts violated his beliefs, set the precedent that you don’t even need to be part of a religious organization to have "sincerely held religious belief." In addition, under Title VII your employer must provide reasonable accommodation to an employee who has a religious objection to the vaccine (ex. wear a mask, switch to a role with decreased exposure to others), or prove it would cause them undue hardship to accommodate you. Either way, you win. Life Site News has a lot of resources on religious objections to vaccine mandates, including help finding a lawyer to sue: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/resources-for-americans-pushing-back-against- mandated-coronavirus-vaccines/?utm source=urgent&utm campaign=usa Religious exemption is a declaration, not a request. Do not grovel for rights you naturally posses.

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Archon69 2 points ago +2 / -0

Did she get injected with her own vaccine? You know what they say about people that won't eat at restaurant where they work?

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Archon69 3 points ago +3 / -0

$1,000 x 100 = $100,000 $1,000 x 500 = $500,000 I think they will notice!

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Archon69 25 points ago +25 / -0

If a pinch of raw salt in your palm tastes good, your body needs salt. When it starts to taste salty, you've had enough.

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Archon69 2 points ago +2 / -0

There was another Robin Cooke book, I can't remember the title. A drug company gave doctors all sorts of free trips and vacations, but the doctors didn't realize they were being pumped with mind control drugs in order get them to sell more.

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Archon69 8 points ago +8 / -0

Sorry, at work, sometimes get distracted. Mr. Trump makes lightning quick decisions, has a code of values and honor, and he stands up for people who stand up for themselves. One contestant lost his grandmother during the competition, and Mr. Trump let the guy use his helicopter to fly to the funeral and back to the show.

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