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Survey_girl 5 points ago +5 / -0

This is extremely interesting. Makes you wonder about the rise in autoimmune diseases like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. Does it coinside with the loss of morals/values and rise in promiscuity. Are the children and grandchildren of the 60s, summer of love, feminists, etc, more prone to disease because of the stored DNA from many sexual partners.

I have always wondered why most (?) homosexuals were abused as young children. Did their abuser know they were homosexual (born that way)... but what you have written really makes sense if their DNA is actually altered from the abuse. I have said for a long time, that that is how gay people "reproduce", by abusing young children... but it might literally be the case.

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Survey_girl 2 points ago +2 / -0

we also do much more shopping from home (amazon) or order groceries from an app and pick them up. A lot less public interaction where we might notice a decline in population also.

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Survey_girl 1 point ago +1 / -0

They can blame it on man-made global warming... the only cure is more taxes and less freedom!

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Survey_girl 1 point ago +1 / -0

why did he miss that simple basketball shot

guess that's why he is playing in the WNBA and not the NBA?!

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Survey_girl 4 points ago +4 / -0

When the vaxes started rolling out, I was visiting a friend one afternoon and his sister was there visiting from out of town. She (of course) announced to everyone that she was vaxed (YAY!), I was only around her for a hour or so and there was no close contact. The next morning I started my period 5 days early. I am fairly regular maybe a day late every once in a while, but never early like that. Right back on the normal cycle after that.

But then I have been around vaxed family and had no effects at all. I am wondering if the first lady had just been vaxed (it was close to when they became available) so she was shedding, but it was weeks or months after my family members had had the shots??

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Survey_girl 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have a former co-worker that is about to die from cancer... about a year ago he was diagnosed with stage 3 esophageal cancer after being perfectly healthy prior.... just started having trouble swallowing so he went to the dr. He had the surgery to remove his esophagus and has been doing all the treatments. Now it has spread to his lymph nodes and brain. He was a thin guy to start with and he has lost 90 lbs, he can't even get up and walk to the door. He is in his early 50s and doesn't have much time left.

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Survey_girl 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think of PMs as more of a savings account than an investment. It is real "money" I can store at my house, but it takes a little work to convert it back into paper currency (fiat), so it is not temping to spend. It is for long term storage.

The current spot price of silver is very manipulated and WAY low, so basically it is on sale right now. When I started buying 5-6 years ago, it was around 12-$15 with much lower premiums. So If I had put $1000 cash in my safe, it would be worth considerably less now (buying power) due to inflation robbing the "value". But, If I had purchased 70-80 ounces of silver, that would be worth a little bit more now, than what I paid for it. Gold is a better example right now, even though it has dropped quite a bit this year too. When I got a small inheritance in 2018, I purchased some gold 1 once bars. I paid less than $1250/once including the premium. Now that same gold is selling for over $1700/ounce (it was up around 2000 only a month ago). So instead of that money losing 15-20% to inflation if I had left it as cash, it has gone up almost 40%.

Just think of gold & silver as hedges against inflation. They tend to hold their "value" over time... and the dollar loses "value" over time. The story I hear a lot is... in 1964 a quarter (that contained real silver then) could buy you a gallon of gas. Today the equivalent of that silver (6.25 grams) is worth roughly $4.00... which is pretty close to the price of a gallon of gas today. So, that same silver quarter can still buy you a gallon of gas. This of course fluctuates from day to day, but you can see that PMs in general hold their "value"... which is not the same as "price". This is why PMs are great, they hold the value of your wealth, instead of holding cash that loses it's value overtime.

This is not something you are going to flip next week and double your money. It is just a savings account to store your wealth. And in general, over a year or two, you should make up the premium as the spot price steadily raises. When the spot price is really low like it is right now, that is a great time to buy.

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Survey_girl 3 points ago +3 / -0

same, what a flashback! I miss the 80s and 90s.

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Survey_girl 1 point ago +1 / -0

We have several bobcats on our property that we catch on our game cams every month or two.... along with coyotes, foxes, etc. I haven't seen a bear here yet, but about 20 miles north of me, there are bears in the woods too! Oh, and alligators :)

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Survey_girl 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Bundy and Hammond standoff that happened several years ago, when the US Gov (BLM) charged them with arson and tried to take away grazing & water rights.... that was all about Uranium. There are supposedly huge uranium deposits in that area and the gov was trying to get the ranchers off that land.

It was connected with the uranium one deal. The rabbit hole goes fairly deep, with connections to the former Nevada senator, Harry Reid.

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Survey_girl 2 points ago +2 / -0

We were camping at a state park in the Keys a few years ago and the ranger told us they had to reduce the size of the (waterfront) campsites because of the rising sea levels and global warming... eventually blaming it on our republican governor.

Wanted to ask him if he had ever heard of erosion or subsidence... but didn't want to get into an argument with a dumbass. I am a land surveyor and the mean sea level has not changed and will not change significantly in our lifetime. I can get into more detail with 19 year cycles for mean high water elevations, etc etc.... but most of these people are just parroting what they hear on CNN or any cable network (discovery channel, PBS, etc.) Any changes we are seeing is not an actual change in sea level, it is changes in our coastal areas from naturally occurring phenomena from the water movement (hydrodynamics).

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Survey_girl 5 points ago +5 / -0

And many lost their jobs for not getting jabbed. Or have serious vax related injuries that keep them from working.

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Survey_girl 3 points ago +3 / -0

He also worked with/for the UN on sustainable development (Agenda 21 / 2030).... He ain't "our guy"'

https://twitter.com/jordanbpeterson/status/1447262824250609672?lang=en

I have always felt he was a wolf in sheep's clothing. He has some talking points I agree with but that doesn't mean I am going to idolize the man, like I see many people doing. Much like Shapiro... we agree on some things, but I think he is a slimy, conceited douche bag. Funny that those two are going to work together now.

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Survey_girl 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just look at the GA govenor who's daughter's boyfriend (and aide to Loffler who was facing a run-off election for senator) was killed in a fiery crash shortly after the election.... The same day Pence was holding a rally for Loffler.

https://www.unclesamsmisguidedchildren.com/harrison-deal-loeffler-staffer-killed-in-fiery-car-crash/

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Survey_girl 8 points ago +8 / -0

So this is what watching MSM 24/7 will do to your mind.... I bet he is 4x boosted too.

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