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Tree_Frog 7 points ago +7 / -0

Joni Mitchell is from the Laurel Canyon group, so she owes whatever she has to the DS. Same with Neil Young. Guess they signed on for life when they were granted fame.

NewAnons may be interested in the Military Intelligence backgrounds (via Dave McGowan--RIP) of the major rock stars of the 60s.

https://www.winterwatch.net/2020/05/laurel-canyon-military-intelligence-family-backgrounds-of-the-iconic-60s-counterculture-rock-stars/

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Tree_Frog 3 points ago +3 / -0

You don't think they stopped at 5 shots, do you---$100 each pop. When I was doing mail-in surveys in NYC, we had to get special postage paid return envelopes, because otherwise people would take the stamps and sell them on the street.

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Tree_Frog 3 points ago +3 / -0

The SUNY colleges in NY are demanding "boosters" for the spring semester, so the medical situation can only get worse. I work retail with some college kids who are taking this semester off because of the booster mandate---typical Normies, but at least some are waking up.

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Tree_Frog 7 points ago +7 / -0

That's a pretty flimsy truck for transport of lab animals who could spread infection. This probably would be a breach of CDC protocol. And something's not right on how the MSM picked up on it.

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Tree_Frog 1 point ago +1 / -0

Dr. McCullough said on one of his podcasts that if it burns, dilute it with more.

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Tree_Frog 1 point ago +1 / -0

Some companies are more punitive than others---Starbucks was going to force employees to pick up the cost of the weekly tests. I'm sure they and other retail & restaurant companies would have gone vaxx-no testing long before if not for labor shortages.

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Tree_Frog 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sundays appear to be a popular day for them.

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Tree_Frog 1 point ago +1 / -0

Were you able to separate out the "death anniversary" entries?

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Tree_Frog 1 point ago +1 / -0

Supposedly, that's why they dumped the PCR tests---it couldn't distinguish between COVID and flu. I'm wondering if the problem was never solved.

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Tree_Frog 3 points ago +3 / -0

Of course---they don't want to have to put out the money to conduct a testing program for the unvaxxed. I work retail and was talking to the company's "wellness coordinator" a week ago. I suggested that the company take all employees' temperature before they work a shift and take care of the flu, along with COVID, instead of testing. She said OSHA wouldn't permit this. . .the weekly testing is for "surveillance." WTF?

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Tree_Frog 18 points ago +18 / -0

So, they can pump out these stats quickly, but can't ask Kaiser Permanente to report on adverse reactions to the jab?

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Tree_Frog 3 points ago +3 / -0

We haven't begun to analyze the types of mass propaganda techniques that were effective in putting so many into a trance. I suspect that some of them were imported over from satanic ritual abuse and trauma-based mind control, which is also "trigger-based." I hope more will come out on this, so we can find ways to counter the psychological damage in the future.

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Tree_Frog 2 points ago +2 / -0

She'll probably be complaining to anyone who'll listen that a rude person ("with no mask!") fat-shamed her for no reason.

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Tree_Frog 3 points ago +3 / -0

The Rosie Cross. . .interesting ancient symbology. Robert Sephyr recently put out a video discussing its origins.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b01EzuaKbSc

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Tree_Frog 2 points ago +2 / -0

My impression of David Martin has always been that he has some good info, but is really out to financially benefit from sharing it. That being said. . .How accurate is his information? Even CNN drops some accurate into once in awhile. The idea is to vet all info, some more carefully than others, before acting on it.

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Tree_Frog 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nobody is really talking about this in retail, but here's my experience. I was "exposed" at work to Omicron after Christmas and because I'm unvaxxed, had to take off work for 10 days. I could have had a shorter quarantine, but couldn't find a home test and didn't want to stand out in the cold with all those sick people. If I was vaxxed, I just could have gone back to work after the 5 days. The stores' stupid COVID policies are to blame for perfectly healthy people staying home. (I didn't mind much though, since I hate all the post-Christmas returns.)

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Tree_Frog 3 points ago +3 / -0

The date on this is April 2020, when all the Lib bashing of Trump's vaccine was going on.

This is what he had to say about vaccinating kids 5-12 years more recently:

Q. Out of all the different arguments to convince adults, and their eligible children, to get the vaccine, what would you say is the most convincing one?

If they are hesitant because they are unsure of safety and efficacy, we have more than enough data on that. It is a tremendous platform to stand on.

There is a difference between these people and vaccine denialists, who are vaccine cynics. If that’s still going to allow for the circulation of the virus, and all its variants, then what do you do? I think you compel people to be vaccinated.

https://www.contemporarypediatrics.com/view/dr-offit-on-covid-19-vaccines-for-children

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