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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

Trust the science in lefty speak = Don't argue against the propaganda.

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

Understand!

I probably should have kept that comment to myself.

Thanks for your humor laced kindness.

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nearest start, (Alpha Centauri) If I remember correctly is 4.3 light years away. A light year is 6 trillion miles.

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

Or it could be a car just crashed into a light pole.

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MuckeyDuck 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's one of the things that concerns me about an insurgency and the latest technology, "How to limit detection of drones, satellites. The deterrent factor of an armed populous is greatly reduced when the oppressor has 21st century offensive capabilities deployed against the oppressed with only 19th century weapons (the firearm).

I have faith in the adaptability of the American patriot soldier. We will adapt, we will figure out how to minimize the enemies technological advantage, maybe eve turning it against them. But in my view, that is something we should have plan for ahead of time.

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

Every time some link leads me to a twitter post, I am reminded of how happy I am that I no longer, under the guise of engaging on social media, help to fund those that want to destroy my country.

"I'll continue to fill my car with gas from enemies gas pumps, because some liberal drivers might get redpilled is a pitiful argument for funding Jake, "the commie" Dorsey,

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MuckeyDuck 2 points ago +2 / -0

Tks. I believe in live and let live, and probably should not have commented anything at all, but I just can't understand why someone would choose to use the lords name invain. I suppose I have sins that other my would say the same thing about.

It is common to hear people, whether in an online video or in person exclaim Oh My God, sometimes over and over. This way of reacting to things has always chaffed me a bit. I was taught from childhood that the name of God, or Jesus Christ should only be used in a reverent context.

I have use the lords name invain before, but I've never use it and not immediately repented for doing so.

If I feel a need to attach a pronoun to my exclamatory phrases, I tend to use the traditional southern boogie man, John Brown, as in "That John Brown this, or that.

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MuckeyDuck 6 points ago +6 / -0

I don't really know much about stock investing, but I'm tired of always playing it safe.

I just opened up a brokerage account, and plan to put $10K investment in DWAC tomorrow when market opens. I missed that great price you got, but hopefully will still be able to get in at a good price tomorrow morning.

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have an account at T. Rowe, but only ever used that account with IRA stuff.

I am thinking the best route might be to go through them to buy shares, but not sure if it would be better to just sign up for strictly online brokerage service like E*TRADE.

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MuckeyDuck 5 points ago +5 / -0

No that's not what I'm saying at all. When I said 1/2 would be killed, I meant would be killed in the ensuing cabal attack on America.

I think far less people would have died if there was never any vaccine. Protect the most vulnerable, (old and sick people) with prophylaxes and therapeutic meds, and let the virus spread through the general population to reach herd immunity.

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MuckeyDuck 4 points ago +4 / -0

Sundance calls Barr the plasterer in the effort to bury the crimes of DOJ, FBI in Russia gate scandal, and labels Durham as the painter. In other words, Barr handled hiding all the major crimes, and Durham's work will paint over the repairs to make all look as though the damage never existed.

Not saying I believe this. Just pointing it out.

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MuckeyDuck 6 points ago +6 / -0

This is one thing I have a hard time reconciling. The people that say Trump has to push the vaccine as part of his benevolent plan are beyond .. well I can't say it here.

Their claim that Trump has to support the jab follows this line, a far as I can tell:

Hey, I'm a good guy that is going to save the world. I'm sorry if I have to support a vaccine that is going to kill off 1/3 more of the population, but if I did not support the murder of 1/3 or more of the population, it's most likely 1/2 would have died from ensuing cabal attack on America, because I didn't. So it was a lesser of two evils. Too bad, so sad.

Anyone is free to tell me why I am wrong. My mind is open.

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

Funny I accused Phishhed44 of living high on the hog suggesting that if he was able to visit the Pyramids he must be doing okay, he corrected me by saying it was not he who had posted recently about visiting Pyramids.

So it did search like this: site:greatawakening.win Pyramids and was quickly able to find out it was you, catsfive that made the Pyramid post. Incidentally, I hope your travels are going well, that you don't get kidnapped by a horde of Arabs

But anyway, my search string also returned other pyramid hits.

https://greatawakening.win/p/12kFdrpeX1/consider-carefully-who-rules-thi/c/

https://greatawakening.win/p/12jJPwBl0D/our-nation---are-there-any-coinc/

Interesting comments on pyramids here

And here

And here

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MuckeyDuck 2 points ago +2 / -0

When I was just married, on my one salary, my wife did not work, I could afford to have two fairly new cars, buy a house, feed my family, invest in savings, and had a little left over a the end of the month.

Nowadays, this would be mostly impossible for a young couple. The machine, as you call it, has made it nearly impossible for the average person the accumulate wealth (meaning to prosper).

I started working for a large corporation at 22 yrs old. Not only what I believed, but what was generally inferred by company policy was that, if you did your job, you will have a job for life, in other words till retirement.

Well I made it 25 years, and saw many go before me. I went from being a valued employee, part of a corporate family, to a hired killer. As long as I produced a sufficient body count, I had a job. Very little job satisfaction in working under such an arrangement when you sense the axe chopping off heads to the left and right knowing that your head my be next, and finally after 25 years the axe came down on me. Almost makes one think that there was some kind of strategy in play to eliminate people before they could reach retirement.

Fortunately, along with the woman I married 36 years ago, reincarnated from the depression era I suspect, we have lived below our means (I drive a 2005 pickup that still only have 84K miles) and saved a little. But then here come that Machine again to make even savings worthless.

DAMN THE MACHINE!!

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well your mind is certainly not disable to any degree. You seem as sharp as a tack, a sharp tack.

I do offer my sympathy to you for the condition brought on by your illness. Yet do I understand correctly that days ago you were visiting the pyramids of Egypt? If so, then you seem to be navigating your disability quit well, which is a good thing.

And I'm with you that they better keep their hands off the SS fund at least a bit a bit longer. I have some saving for all the good it will do when inflation gets into full swing, and the banks decide that it really belongs to them to do as the please, and I get a small check from my vested 25 years in a traditional retirement fund. But I am going to need my SS money too.

Can I ask you a question. I assume you are enrolled in Medicare. I just signed up for it a year ago, and just added Medicare Advantage a few weeks ago.

All this time, because I've paid into Medicare since 1970 something, I thought Medicare was provided at no extra cost, after I quite working. But I have to pay around $400.00 per quarter. I've paid so far around $1400 and have not used a single bit of it. Is this normal?

BTW, I am not drawing SS yet, but will probably start that around Mar 2022. I turned 66 this month and I think I have to wait till 661/2 to get full SS, so I wanted to wait till then, although the increase at 66.5 is not that much more than if I took now.

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MuckeyDuck 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's because they think all of us put together could not resist a tyrannical military and government apparatus.

Interesting article to read. It's nearly 10 years old, but points are still valid.

Do brower search for: Amerd Roveuliton and N0t S0 Diffcluit (fix first)

Grab the returned article and read it.

I hope this never has to happen. It would start a fire that maybe we could never put out, but I think this article just give and interesting angle to consider.

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MuckeyDuck 2 points ago +2 / -0

If they try to make Medicare/SS get the jab as condition of getting the benefits I've spent my whole life paying into, I am going to go to another level of pissed off.

If a man was threatening to take your bank account, and IRA, and deny you your livelihood while banning you from the grocery store what would you do to that fellow.

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