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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can just imagine Melania putting this on the TV to surprise the Don after dinner!

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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Place a sign: "FREE Riot Shields"

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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

You may be able to see her for prayer time. Don't ask on the phone, just go, and carry a bible in hand so they don't act like you're a scamming opportunist. Prayers.

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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ripple is a fine platform, but I think politically they're lined up with the globalists. If an asset-backed blockchain currency comes out, I think it will have to be something new. GME has its own blockchain system, and it would be poetic for that to be the one. There are a few others, but most are vulnerable to the same trust issue that bitcoin has. If you discover the answer, let me know.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Happy to help. We all do our part. The algos are manipulated to work directly contrary to truth, so if we don't actively share, we are lost. I don't do much digging (a bit on the medical side), but I do a lot of synthesizing. Gab is weird, and a lot can't be seen anywhere except comments. The decoding symbols guy has a lot of good commenters (among others) on both Gab and Telegram. Snyder seems insightful and sharp- guess that's what it takes to be a professional gambler.

There's another good thread on GA in the last few days about a big asteroid comm. It looks like a big hit to crypto coming in fast. And then there's this one too, which summarizes the impending crypto crash dynamic as well as Patel summarizes devolution, without comms or asset shilling. https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-12-07-decoded-the-globalist-plan-to-destroy-bitcoin-and-the-defi-crypto-ecosystem.html I think this is the trigger to the real financial crash that many are predicting.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, also some jurisdiction issues get rejected. Courts routinely reject the idea that their court has no power.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Try a naturopathic doctor for other remedies.

Anecdotally I've heard that nebulizing helps fight pneumonia, including nebulized hydrogen peroxide, but I can't recommend it for that as I don't have direct experience. But I researched it a lot before, and remember reading that. At any rate, having alternative therapies might be a good idea, especially if you're maintenance dosing.

Another poster recommended oregano & garlic, and those have worked for me in the past.

Good luck!

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Mr_A 5 points ago +5 / -0

If you follow comms, here's an interesting bunch of potentially relevant threads.

Many recent comms from the crypto guys' trip to Antarctica. Antarctica = infiltration ops, and all the folks tweeting about Antarctica were crypto types. Penguins = Spies. Apparently India and Japan have recently put in blockchain infrastructure to track their currency, and this may tie in to SWIFT going entirely blockchain, if not crypto.

National currencies going blockchain could suck the wind out of cryptos. Among other things.

In comments from Arnold Snyder, not the main article; scroll down. https://gab.com/Symbols/posts/107369048562352867. His comment page directly- https://gab.com/freenemo/comments His posts are interesting too, and hint about December 11 evergrande triggering international economic collapse.

Gab needs a sign in, but it's too much to copy, and spread out. But it fits QFS. Stay alert!

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Mr_A 10 points ago +10 / -0

This ties into comms from the crypto guys' trip to Antarctica. Antarctica = infiltration ops, and all the folks tweeting about Antarctica were crypto types. Penguins = Spies. Apparently India and Japan have recently put in blockchain infrastructure to track their currency, and this may tie in to SWIFT going entirely blockchain, if not crypto.

National currencies going blockchain could suck the wind out of cryptos.

In comments from Arnold Snyder, not the main article; scroll down. https://gab.com/Symbols/posts/107369048562352867. His comment page directly- https://gab.com/freenemo/comments His posts are interesting too, and hint about December 11 evergrande triggering international economic collapse.

Gab needs a sign in, but it's too much to copy, and spread out. But it fits QFS.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

https://youtu.be/sDteKUsbceE

John Prine: "Living in the Future"

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Mr_A 3 points ago +3 / -0

Having a strong foundation, resistant to attacks from transitory fads and sound-bite ideologies. A good base.

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Mr_A 4 points ago +4 / -0

"Always do good. This will gratify some people, and astonish the rest." -Mark Twain

It also is the best way to live. Sorry it got you fired, though. (For what it's worth, I mostly agree with you on the Asian comments, but ... 2 months ago I was on a flight from LA to Boston, and I took off my mask and never wore it during the entire flight. I walked the aisle maskless once or twice and noticed only 3 other people were maskless- a Chinese couple with their young child, a few rows ahead of me. I'm White. Everywhere, there is hope. I know a few other Asians that are anti-mask and anti-lockdown, too, but it's a small group.)

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Future proves past? That makes sense. Prophecy can reassure and fortify before it comes to pass; after it is true, it strengthens and proves faith. I only got into GA, and Q, after a lot of Kim Clement. And before 2020 I had zero interest in modern prophets, fwiw. It's not about knowing the future, but about exercising and strengthening faith, at least for me. Everyone comes to faith, and cultivates it in their own ways: prophecy is foreign to most of our modern lifestyles, and may not be the best input for everyone. These prophetic messages spoke to me, giving me faith in the what without revealing the how.

But my main point was to admire your acceptance of a message not just different but contrary to your plans. I appreciate hearing testimonies of faith, and applaud the courage of people like you who expose themselves to tell it. Also to join in the appreciation of the wonder of God's many ways of opening our hearts and minds with works we don't and often can't anticipate. Even with prophecy.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

https://www.bkd.com/about-us

Whatever, but they called that guy the CEO. (Scroll down to history section.) Some partnerships don't do any of the work and partners act just like stockholders, appointing non-partners for all executive duties. Some are actively managed by partners. Some mix it up.

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Mr_A 7 points ago +7 / -0

They probably have an ombudsman office as well. The purpose of that office is usually to cut through the red tape.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, but the partnership still has executive officers.

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Mr_A 6 points ago +7 / -1

Among other things to learn from the Bible is that God always surprises: once a burning bush, once a tower of smoke and fire; Gideon's tens of thousands of troops told to rest while a scrappy team of leftovers/remnants stepped in as winning witnesses; a mighty angel that spoke through the mouth of an ass. Even Jesus, fulfilling prophecy at all times, was profoundly different from expectations. Praise be that you heard His message.

If you're into prophecy, Julie Green and Kent Christmas both have some recent messages that may speak to you.

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