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rednekhipychik 7 points ago +7 / -0

I get it. I have always been very organized, like to stay busy, a list maker and planner. These days I can't even seem to get the most basic things done in a timely manner. I feel like I've lost motivation. I think I'm just damn tired. Tired of all the backwards bs. But then that makes me feel selfish because I know what others are going through.

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rednekhipychik 4 points ago +4 / -0

Add to that Corporate Campaign Donations and let's go ahead and cap all campaign funding at reasonable limits tbd.

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rednekhipychik 2 points ago +2 / -0

No, I had to wean myself off slowly, but I did it faster than recommended and at the protest of my Dr. I'm so glad I did.

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rednekhipychik 13 points ago +13 / -0

This is true. I know from personal experience. Took one of these drugs for a few months. Not only did it not help with depression, it ruined my libido. Fortunately, I had sense enough to realize they were harming me and I got off of them pretty quick so the damage was temporary. Foe depression, take Vitamin D and Magnesium. It has changed my life.

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rednekhipychik 2 points ago +2 / -0

August 1987, The Boys On the Tracks.

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rednekhipychik 2 points ago +2 / -0

Do they swab the nose, throats, or arse of the birds, cows, cats, and humans? I'm guessing arses all around since it's down under.

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rednekhipychik 3 points ago +3 / -0

Unveils, means it has been there behind a veil. They are just letting you see their capabilities now and framing it as something to assist you.

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rednekhipychik 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm sure there is a younger, faster, prettier demon just waiting to fill his red shoes.

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rednekhipychik 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you, and I will post anything that seems extra-unordinary. Where can I find this Dane Wigginton? And thnx for the kudos. : ) Did you know Vit. D is the best thing you can supplement for depression? I struggled w depression when I was younger and of course my doc tried me on several different pharmaceuticals which only made me feel worse. I weaned myself off of them after doing research and finding that Vit. D and Magnesium supplements would often help. I never thought I would need to supplement D because I am an outdoors person by nature, but I did notice that it was worse in winter. So it made sense and I tried it, and it has been a life changer.
Now, I research all conditions and try to find natural ways to treat. So yes, we must question EVERYTHING!

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rednekhipychik 11 points ago +11 / -0

I've been a weather junkie my whole adult life. I check my weather app first thing every morning, and I used to watch local and national weather on the big three every morning and evening. (I refuse to watch those stations at all anymore since "all-covid-all-the-time" disgustingly started playing in 2020.) What you see above is a screenshot of my local station's weather app as it appeared this morning and does on many mornings. The "Cloud Circles" only appear in the mornings and fade away as the day progresses. They are never in the same place and range across the U.S., except curiously, I've never seen them in the west coast states. I began seeing them a little over 2 years ago and I have tons of screenshots, but can only post 1 image here. I never saw anything like this before then. I believe these "Cloud Circles" to be weather seeding. They seem to always be adjacent to or embedded inside storm clouds. I will post some of these screenshots here over the next several days so you can see how randomly these things appear.
Is this HAARP in action? This morning, there is not a whole lot going on, so I zoomed in so you could more clearly see the circles. There is a long cluster along the eastern coast behind a bank of clouds from GA to VT, but they are already dissipating and being consumed by that cloud bank. This will likely be my last morning to post these images. I just wanted to give a few so you can see how random these things appear, and to get more eyes on them.

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rednekhipychik 1 point ago +1 / -0

I also work in the elements. You have to engage the "cloud and precipitation" layer to get the full picture. Look forward to having others putting eyeballs on this. It's why I decided to post. People need to know.

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rednekhipychik 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've seen them both ahead of and behind storm fronts. It seems to me that it is an effort to increase the availability of moisture in the areas surrounding storms. The storm itself will gather that moisture into itself. I wonder if they seed it through temperature changes. I wonder how they do it.

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