That's quite the switch. Eastern washington state here, and we're going to be upper 80's in a couple days. Then going down to mid 70s for a few days. Last year we didn't get warm until mid-July. Then it got REALLY hot.
What about the software? At the very least, if you address this, it needs to include software. The machine is only a very small part of the issue. IF you're going to use machines, I'd say the software and firmware has to all be open-source.
I mentioned the military to my sister-in-law recently, she's conservative but not a Q follower, and she said they've become too woke to do any good. I think the woke thing may be more of a kayfabe than anything, but I didn't mention that.
This is a good weekly one - they cover Q drops and news that ties into the drops. The most recent episode was quite good: https://rumble.com/v2f4ot8-eye-of-the-storm-ep-21-tue-1030-pm-et-.html
Thanks, and I guess I missed drop 1044. That date (apr 6 2018) shows up as 0 on the Q clock. https://anontools.xyz/?min=0&text=on+the+clock Though, I have to admit that I haven't found any way to use the clock predicatively, and I'm definitely not an expert. It's just interesting to see how things line up sometimes.
There were at least a couple places where Q confirmed the clock, even if it wasn't put out by Q. Although, who really knows, since we don't know who is on the Q team, do we? One place in particular that I recall is drop 1232 on Apr 21, 2018. That date falls on the number 15 on the clock, and the words "on the clock" are part of the message. https://anontools.xyz/?text=on+the+clock&min=15
I remember, after the election, Trump posted a tweet saying something about the election being "under protest". I also searched for the word protest in Q drops and there are 23 of them: https://qanon.pub/?q=protest Then, since there's a new site to research drops based on the Q clock, I found that today is 10 on the clock and searched for that and the word protest on that new site. There are 4 drops. None of them stuck out for me, but have a look: https://anontools.xyz/?text=protest&min=10
Yes, people have a setting on their profile now to either allow their stuff to be viewed only by those logged into TS or not. The default is (or was) that it's open to the public. I'd prefer to be able to set the audience per post, like you can on FB.
The video is over an hour. A little bit of detail about what it's about might convince me to add it to my list. Too bad Rumble doesn't have a "watch later" option.