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escapefromearth 4 points ago +4 / -0

The same people who were angered over AJ accusing sandy hook parents of faking and lying, are the same people who have for many decades, ridiculed the parents of vaccine injured children accusing them of lying and faking. I'm sorry this woman is going through this, but I've known for some time it would take a catastrophic adult vaccine event to wake people up to the dangers of ALL vaccines, and I hope now people are listening to what we've been trying to tell them all these years, they are hurting our children! I don't want to see anyone harmed by any vaccine, but this won't end until enough adults with the courage to speak out are harmed in some way by this or any other vaccine. Their sacrifice and courage to speak out will be what saves the next generation and ends this vicious cycle.

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escapefromearth 5 points ago +5 / -0

I see a poster of a demon king puking, and a shelf full of meds, in the background of this pic. This woman was a lost soul.

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

Those were digital age enhancement. Lots of those floating around. If he's alive, doubt we've seen actual pics of him yet.

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escapefromearth 5 points ago +5 / -0

Men taking over women's sports, has never been so....... FUCKING HILARIOUS!!

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escapefromearth 2 points ago +2 / -0

The U.S. Consumer Is Starting to Freak Out: The flush savings accounts and cheap credit that helped keep Americans spending at high rates since 2020 are disappearing

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also when you consider how long it takes a chick to start laying an egg, you have to scale that up to the millions and millions of chickens we lost last year. So we take the few we have left, use their eggs to hatch more chickens so they can grow up and lay eggs, and do this over and over until those numbers are replenished. I imagine eggs will be expensive for a while. It's going to take several rounds of chickens being raised up until we replace the tens of millions we lost and are back at egg layer capacity, producing the number of eggs we were able to before all this started. This kind of scaling doesn't happen in 18 weeks.

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escapefromearth 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't know anyone who keeps chickens who needs to buy eggs in winter. They lay less, sure, but they don't just stop laying for months. We normally have plenty enough eggs stored up to carry us through winter. Fresh eggs actually last a really long time. Plus if it was really that much of an issue, a simple string of lights in the coop will take care of that. They start laying again immediately.

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

You used the time frame of the bird flu but I'm talking about all the places that were set on fire. This has been going on non stop. Someone is going around burning down food production facilities, from grain storage to hen houses. And I just saw someone posted a story here today, another 100,000 chickens dead in a fire... it just keeps happening, there seems to be an agenda here. https://www.courant.com/breaking-news/hc-br-bozrah-farm-fire-20230129-cvpyvoueb5cpvpfvw2viuh3w6e-story.html

As far as eggs on your shelf, that's great, the people in your area probably just aren't buying them because of the inflated prices. Eggs aren't exactly a necessity. The shortage isn't localized, it's nationwide. Local farms will still have eggs. Backyard chicken keepers (like myself) still have eggs. But the cheap eggs at the stores are in shortage and not everyone wants to pay tipple or more the cost so it doesn't surprise me if some shelves aren't completely empty.

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escapefromearth 4 points ago +4 / -0

That's a hell of a story. But the guy in the photo really looks nothing like him, and the official archive of photos you can find online from his youth look exactly like him, so idk. Would a dying master spy nazi lie on his deathbed to cause more confusion in america? Probably.

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escapefromearth 3 points ago +3 / -0

And if people started raising rabbits, they could raise the same amount of meat as a cow in 1 year in a small hutch in the backyard. Even people in apartments can raise enough meat inside to cut their cost of meat from the store in half. All you need is a breeding trio, two doe's and a buck. They don't make any noise, they don't destroy property, they don't need much space, they don't smell (just dump their trays daily), and you can feed them grass and food scraps.

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escapefromearth 4 points ago +4 / -0

If only 1 in 4 households kept chickens, there would be no chicken industry needed.

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

Chicken meat and chicken eggs are two totally different things. It only takes 6-8 weeks to raise chicken meat the natural way, and the commercial industry can do it in 30 days with growth hormones. Egg laying hens take months to raise and even longer to lay on a regular basis. It was the layers that were attacked last year, tens of thousands of chickens were killed in fires. They had to start over. The only eggs at my local store are the really expensive organic pasture raised eggs that no one wanted to pay ridiculous prices for. Shelves are empty here and signs everywhere limiting the purchase of eggs so no one can stock up. Even my mother in law told me yesterday she's been without eggs for a while now. I sent her home with eggs from our hens.

And I didn't imply it wasn't manufactured, I just don't think they are sitting on a pile of rotten eggs losing money because they refuse to sell them, like canada was sitting on a pile of lumber they wouldn't send across the border to us, very different scenario because lumber won't go bad on you like an egg will. But the fires were likely a planned attack to cause shortages. Too many cases of fires the last few years to be a coincidence.

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

The shortage is real, but it was manufactured last year when they set all the chicken farms ablaze and killed all the laying hens that supply the commercial egg market. They have to raise up replacement hens now.

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escapefromearth 2 points ago +2 / -0

I feed my chickens organic pellets and lots of scraps, supplemental whole foods like BOSS and organic corn and oats, and food strait from my garden, plus i give them access to as much grass as i can so they can eat all the bugs. I looked into the claims, I don't buy the feed being blamed on this so that's probably why it didn't effect me.

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escapefromearth 3 points ago +3 / -0

My chickens are laying like crazy right now. Nothing wrong with the feed. It's winter, they normally lay less in the short daylight hours of winter. Mine don't seem to be effected though, but i do have a bright yard at night.

Egg shortange is due to all the chicken farms that were set ablaze last year. Chickens take several months to get to laying age. We expected this. I called it last year.

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is this idea taken from the 7 root races? Supposedly we are the 5th race on earth. There are only to be 7 so I guess there will be another evolution that will take place after we are gone. The Atlanteans came before us and were wiped out, then we inherited the earth after them and their stories became myths. And before the atlantians were the lemurians, and so on. The atlantians were supposed to be the most advanced, and it's believed certain powerful people on earth have been searching for remains of tech still under the ocean.

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, on my search for "Who really is Jesus", I came across a story about Jesus as told by believers in India. They believe he existed, and that he had very powerful abilities, and they say he didn't die during the crucifixion, that when he was taken down from the cross he was still alive, and was snuck out of town, and went to India with Mary and lived out his life to a very old age there, continuing his teachings there, so there is a group of people in India who believe in Jesus and have a shrine for him and one for Mary. They also claim that Jesus spent many years there before his adult appearance in the bible, then returned to his homeland to teach the wisdom he learned in India, and that this could explain the similarities in Buddhism and some of Jesus' teachings.

I'm not saying any of this is true, I'm just saying this story exists and people there believe this.

It's also interesting to see what Muslims believe about Jesus, they consider him a prophet, and very much believe in him, but they also believe he didn't die that day, and that he is not God.

I'm not sharing this to say Christianity is wrong, I'm just sharing it because I like to know all sides of a story and find this fascinating. So when I started trying to better understand Jesus, I looked everywhere, both in and out of the Christian faith.

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is one of my biggest questions as well. Everytime I ask others about this they just tell me that Jesus is God. But to be honest, the whole trinity thing is very difficult for me to understand. I've gone out of my way to read and study and learn as much as possible about it, but I have a very hard time with this.

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escapefromearth 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have a naturally distrusting personality which has always made religion hard for me, because when I have a serious question but get shut down for even asking in the first place, then it just ends up making me distrust the whole thing.

I do make a huge effort to understand who Jesus is, but ultimately this is the biggest speedbump in my journey, because I have so many questions that seem to make believers uncomfortable. As well as the bible itself, which we are told is the word of God and is perfect, but it was written by man, and man makes mistakes. Man also deceives. And since it was written over a vast span of time, and translated over a vast span of time, this seems to leave a lot of room (in my opinion) for mistakes or deceit. Every time I ask a believer about this, the answer I always get is "God would not allow that to happen." Maybe so, but that sounds exactly like something a human would say when their spiritual worldview is questioned. So how am I, a person who questions everything, supposed to get to a place where I'm comfortable that the bible is perfect?

I very much believe in God and in Jesus, but I don't feel like I "know" them because of all my questions. I also don't believe a human can answer my questions, so I just ask them strait to God. I'm still waiting for many of those answers, but I will tell you, some of my early questions, when I first came back to the bible, were answered for me instantly, and it shook me a bit, enough to scare me into being a believer. All though the way I was told to seek out those answers also makes some other believers uncomfortable, but it was a way of using the bible that a Chirstian woman taught me 30 years ago.

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escapefromearth 5 points ago +5 / -0

Almost like the C1A forgot the internet exists.

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escapefromearth 3 points ago +3 / -0

Those limp wrists are their military? Looks a little like our new woke brand of military.

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escapefromearth 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ask not "what is this you're showing me", ask "what is it you're not showing me".

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