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I use this for Twitter most of the time:
but sometimes that wouldn't work so I use yt-dlp.
Make sure you're on the original poster's tweet to download the video, not from a retweet.
Oh I was referring to the subtitles feature like YouTube's. Odyssey doesn't have that feature.
I do use Google Chrome for the speech to text part as I have used that with many short clips but it's not always reliable. It often misspells a word or two, use the wrong word ("affect" for "effect", "quart" for "court" and on) and clips off the last part of the dialogue when the video ends.
For example, if the person said, "I'll go to the store to buy milk and eggs" then the video ends, the automated captions transcribed it as, "I'll go to the store to buy" and stop transcribing.
Plus I was trying to find the video fast and I didn't even get to watch the whole thing mainly because Odyssey don't have the subtitles feature. I had to say that in case if the video had anything offensive or had content that wasn't related to what the title said, a.k.a. clickbait videos.
Can't vouch for the integrity of this video due to no subtitles for me, but here's another one:
Spoilers ahead so if you don't want to read, then ignore this comment!
I haven't seen it but from what I've read online, not many people liked it because of the woke feminism and the contradict between the video game and the movie.
Rather than typing everything out, I'll share the screenshots that pointed everything wrong with the movie.
https://files.catbox.moe/ag5myk.png (NSFW due to pictures inset)
Yes I'm aware that it came from 4chan but like I said, I haven't seen the movie. I may someday but not in a hurry to.
Just wanted to provide a different perspective on this movie for everyone.
Thank you for the info. I remember reading somewhere on another post where someone made a comment saying NAC + Black Cumin Seed Oil + Oregano Oil is basically the same as Ivermectin. I'm already taking these three along with other vitamins and I'm seeing a huge improvement in my health.
Prior to him going to the ER recently, my father was also taking these three vitamins I mentioned, but it didn't improve his condition as he was starting to have a hard time breathing and his UTI was getting worse. I was trying to remedy it at home to see if it will lessen his symptoms but it wasn't even doing anything at all. He was also not eating much at home. Now he's eating normally since coming home from the nursing home.
Yeah that's what I'm thinking with ivermectin. So far, I've seen that Ivermectin have taken care of many diseases so I believe since COPD is a disease, it should also treat COPD and that's what I'm hoping as I'm not seeing many articles, medical papers or research papers on the use of ivermectin on COPD patients.
Thanks for the link, reminds me of Hulda Clark.
The oxygen tank is new to us both. All I know is he have to have it set at 4. You know the "temperature" thing with the indicator pointing to the list of numbers? It's currently set to 4.
He has this exact setup right now at home:
The man came over to set it up for him but never explained to him on how to use it, how to monitor it and all. I wasn't home when the man came and all I have is two pages of instructions on how to operate it.
As for the ivermectin pills, I already have the 6 mg pills here. Prior to me getting the pills, I've tried getting horse paste from Tractor Supply but they said I have to show proof of me owning at least 1 horse lol.
You mentioned that I would need to measure the horse paste to my father's approx. weight, but since I have the pills, would I have to do the same with the pills or?
I have no idea. Dad said he has COPD and didn't expand on that. But when he went to the ER the last two times (the most recent visit and the one before that), they said he had fluid in his lungs so I'm going to assume in the lungs?
I don't know what and where the obstruction is. I'll take a look at serrapeptase and see what that does.
Thanks for the info!
Thanks for that, didn't know that. Sorry to hear about your achilles but hope you made a full recovery!
Wow didn't know this so thanks, will definitely avoid getting Cipro. Someone else on here also mentioned the same so Cipro is totally taken off the menu.
I'm going to try u/newalloveragain 's method so if you haven't seen it, here it is: https://greatawakening.win/p/16an0sklLm/x/c/4Tsac29aHgM
I will report once it's over so it will be a while before I report.
OK no problem. I'm more likely going to have my father do ivermectin and I will definitely keep you in mind to see how my father is progressing after ivermectin.
Have you seen u/newalloveragain 's comment? I'm going to try this with my father to see what happens.
Yeah your stories are much similar to others who have experienced the same and it's really amazing that something like ivermectin exists to help us become immunized against many diseases!
My wife had something bad like the flu and throwing up but she decided she'll be the first in the family to do ivermectin. Got over her sickness in under 12 hours. She went from feeling awful like a Mack truck hit her and her stomach was in knots. 12 hours later, she's sleeping it off and no throwing up or anything like that. Next day she's like 90% better and the day after, she's completely normal. She said it was something she have never experienced before so we weren't sure if that was Covid or something terrible.
Ivermectin also got rid of her skin condition that she had for years. Selenium didn't do the trick as it was SUPPOSED to get rid of that skin condition. But after taking ivermectin, it's completely gone. Hasn't resurfaced yet but it tends to get aggressive during the summer so we will wait and see this coming summer.
Thank you for the info. I'll look through this several times and I wasn't aware of the Herx reaction til you mentioned it. That makes sense so I will be sure to explain that to my father when he takes ivermectin so he won't think something bad is happening to him when he experience a herx reaction.
Didn't know ivermectin was marketed as an off label for hypertension, which would explain a lot of people on here saying their BP has improved big time since taking ivermectin! I'll do me after my father's treatment is done and he's stable because I have hypertension as well. Runs in the family due to our blood type and I also have acid reflux so I'm hoping ivermectin will remedy that as well!
Totally agree with you on this one. Yes I am also aware that the doctors are doing nothing but making the patients worse so they keep on coming for more "fixes" and "cures" so the doctors can get richer while the patient get sicker.
Yes I should just try having my father take ivermectin but due to him being old and have several conditions like effects from stroke (rheumatoid arthritis), COPD (excessive exposure to smoking most of his life) and many others, I wasn't sure if ivermectin is safe for someone like him.
I wanted to see if any one who have similar symptoms or in the same age group as my father and took ivermectin then it has improved their quality of life so I know for sure ivermectin would be the right choice for him to take.
Not only that, but I wanted to be 100% sure it's safe for anyone of all ages to take it. I read one article saying it's safe for anyone but many other articles saying it's not safe and you can overdose on it. I know that part is hogwash but just to be on the safe side, I wanted to hear from more people with personal experience.
At this point, after hearing people's comments here, I'm going to do the ivermectin treatment as soon as possible as my father is willing to do it. He want to do away with the Rxs as he is having suspicions that they are not helping him get better.
OK this is a lot to absorb but excellent information!
Sorry for not replying back as soon as you made your comment. We had several black outs along with my desktop computer not turning on after the blackouts. Now my computer is back up and running and everything has calmed down.
I have some questions for you:
You mentioned that you've been doing the horse paste treatment and then said my father should be doing ivermectin once a day for 5 days, going by his body weight. I have the pill form, not the paste, so should I still do it by his body weight? If not then 12 mg a day is ideal?
If I have to do it by his body weight, that's one of the few issues I have as I still don't understand how to do it correctly. I'm seeing 0.2 mg/kg, 0.3, 0.4 and 0.6 and all of them have different numbers, like here, last section on page: (https://covid19criticalcare.com/treatment-protocols/i-prevent-protect/). Which one should I go by? My father's weight is around 240 so if I do it 0.2 mg/kg, I should be giving my father 21 mg of Ivermectin, which means 3 1/2 tablets as I have the 6 mg, not the 3 or 12 mg ones?
I don't think my father is on any statins. Are they for cholesterol right? If so, then he's not on any statins.
You mentioned that he can take ivermectin along with zinc, but said that ivermectin must be taken on an empty stomach (either 1 hour before or 1 hour after a meal) but you also said that he should take zinc on a full stomach. So with that said, he should be taking ivermectin first on an empty stomach, then take zinc after his meal?
All of the vitamins you listed, does he have to take them all at the same time he's taking ivermectin or after he's done with the 5 day regimen?
You said you had a bronchial congestion, are you saying it was basically COPD, but a mild version, or are you saying that could have led to COPD but you prevented that? I'm sorry about this one but I'm still learning about COPD and what it is. My father has COPD for like 10 years now but it seems to have gotten worse recently due to him having UTI and it caused him to have trouble breathing, which is why they put him on a oxygen tank.
I believe that's all I have so thank you very much for the information as that is a huge help for me!
Yes I've noticed since coming back on here from my absence and I'm glad for that!
Agreed! Thank you!
Sorry, been away from GAW for a while.
Yeah, if you maximize your browser, it creates a metadata on what resolution you're using to view the browser based on your monitor, and when the bad guys (the three lettered agencies) come looking for you, they can easily match the resolution of the monitor you've been using to the info found in the metadata.
If you don't maximize it, it can't really tell what resolution you're using, making it harder for them to match and identify you as the "guilty party".
If you use Tails and read all of the tips, it will explain everything why you should and should not do this and that. Also read Kevin Mitnick and his hacking experiences on how he got caught and how he evaded the three lettered agencies for years.
I'm with you on this one because I think half of this is just them talking but no action is being done but they are dirty and they will do whatever it takes to take us and America down.
I'm reminded of Q post 4966:
and that other post I can't remember the post number to, but it explains that about 99(?) of people will go to the hospital.
I'm not sure if the mRNA in food is what Q is referring to or something else...
Been away from GAW for some time now but slowly coming back.
Reading this and other related posts made me think of Q post 4966 and that other one I can't remember/find:
The other post I'm trying to remember/find is the one that says about 99%(?) of people will go to the hospital. Tried searching but can't find anything related to that.
I'm wondering if this is related to what Q is trying to convey?
Well I believe the throat thing has gone away as when I came back for a follow up and the Dr said it looks good. Didn't make any mention that I should stop it. A few years later, I asked if I can stop taking omeprazole and the Dr said no that would be a bad thing. Found out on this site that once you're on it, you're on it for life. That got me really upset.
Didn't watch the whole thing but yeah I'm sure it's a bit biased as the people who run the website probably are liberal faggots who want to leave discriminating details out that will hold Antifa liable.