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seagoatz 4 points ago +4 / -0

That woman looks ghoulish, like something out of a zombie movie. I wouldn't let her anywhere near my kids.

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seagoatz 5 points ago +5 / -0

Am I watching the right link? The sheriff of Pinal County is talking about inflation and the IRS agents. Where is the election talk?

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seagoatz 1 point ago +1 / -0

When I hear someone say "folks" now, I tune out. That's the gender-neutral term du jour to make them all feel good, and they spell it "folx," of course. And why do liberals love to be talked to in this singsongy voice like kindergarteners? They love to be infantilized. It's sickening.

This person should be shamed into hiding.

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seagoatz 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm on it right now without a problem.

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seagoatz 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm with you. My only hope is that when the press says Trump has been arrested that he is actually on board Air Force One and being protected. I don't know what else to hope for at this point.

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seagoatz 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes, they want him dead and gone and erased. That's why Q said that he would be safe on Air Force One when the time comes. I believe he will be fine, whether they arrest him or try to kill him.

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seagoatz 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes, and when I've suggested it, I get downvoted to hell. I'm guessing that won't happen as much now.

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seagoatz 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is not a child sacrifice case and not everything is "comms." This is a sad case of a kid who apparently hanged himself, intentionally or otherwise, and there's a lot of information online about his mother, who apparently is not going to win any Parent of the Year awards. It's unclear if it was an accident or he wanted to commit suicide. In any case, they pulled the plug yesterday and he passed. It's tragic.

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seagoatz 2 points ago +2 / -0

That is the problem where I live. Even in my rural area, the country doctor belongs to a university's medical group. They're all compromised.

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seagoatz 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yep. Lived there for a long time. Breaking Bad was basically a documentary. It's a crime-infested rathole that gets worse every year. I used to hear gunshots in my neighborhood on a nightly basis. I'm surprised this shooting even made the local news.

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seagoatz 1 point ago +1 / -0

And I don't mean to be critical of anyone who uses it. For me, it's so unpredictable that I don't use it much anymore. I seem to become either extremely relaxed or extremely unsettled and I never know which one I'll feel. A friend of mine gave me some cannabis lemonade last year that was amazing and was like pure calm for me. A few months ago, I tried some delta-8 and almost ended up in the hospital with the worst anxiety attack I've ever had. Unfortunately I no longer live in a 420-friendly state, so I can't experiment anymore.

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seagoatz 4 points ago +4 / -0

I was diagnosed with OCD and panic disorder a few years ago. I'm a pretty severe case on the O side. I've seen a few therapists over the years and tried a couple of medications, although I'm on nothing now. CBD works for some people but did absolutely nothing for me. Almost nothing has helped, except one thing.

Have you heard of Jerry Marzinsky and the MACE method? I highly recommend you check out his YouTube channel and/or his book and look into MACE as well. Once you realize what is happening in your head, it goes a long way toward managing your feelings and reactions to those feelings, and you can work your way back to better mental health.

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seagoatz 3 points ago +3 / -0

Cannabis has the opposite effect on some people with anxiety issues. It really depends on the person and the strain of cannabis.

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seagoatz 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sorry, I forgot to reply to your message. (Not sure why someone downvoted you.) It's Sunwarrior brand and you can order it from their website. It tastes terrible, like bitter metallic salt, but I usually drink it with a big sip of almond milk and that helps mask the taste better than water or juice or anything else I've tried. Sometimes I get that buzzed feeling, and sometimes I just notice I'm a little more relaxed. I guess it depends on how tired or dehydrated or low on magnesium I am. It's definitely the most noticeable magnesium supplement I've ever tried.

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seagoatz 2 points ago +2 / -0

I buy Now brand Quercetin that comes with added bromelain. The price is reasonable and you can find it on Amazon or any health food shop.

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seagoatz 2 points ago +2 / -0

If people want to take back the schools, including private ones, they need to look at the factories (universities) that are pumping out today's teachers. This is what is taught today. Whites racist, everyone else good. Straights oppressive, gays good. Question your gender. Parents are oppressors if they force a child to be a "cisgender." If you don't parrot these talking points, you won't pass the classes to become a teacher.

When school systems only have the option to hire flaming liberals, what else can they hire? From the top down, most schools are filled to the brim with leftists now. There are handfuls of conservatives like me who get by the professors and get a teaching license and then fly under the radars of frothing Marxist administrators because they actually want to teach and not indoctrinate, but the vast majority of student teachers are going into the profession to "make a change." As Charlotte Iserbyt said, teachers have become change agents and nothing more. Universities and colleges (and, of course, teachers' unions) that promote teaching as a form of protest should be DEFUNDED and exposed. So, pretty much all of them.

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seagoatz 5 points ago +5 / -0

I know he's supposed to be getting over the coof and all, but is a side effect of the coof that you sound more lucid than normal? If I only heard the audio, I would think this was Biden from a few years ago. His voice sounds stronger, and he's speaking faster and with more authority and without stumbling through every word, more like the Biden of the early 2000s. Then I look at the video and he looks completely zonked, staring ahead without blinking, and even the shape of his head looks different.

Yes, this is strange.

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seagoatz 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe it is easy for some, but for me, I was into it for so many years that it's hard to let go of beliefs that I held so strongly for all that time. I've had experiences that I can't forget and just pretend never happened. I've seen some ex-occultist or ex-pagan types who just walk away instantly but that hasn't been the case for me. It's been an internal tug-of-war for me.

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seagoatz 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was into occult and/or pagan practices for 20+ years, starting around the time I graduated high school. I've run the gamut when it comes to that part of my life. I tried it all, except Satanism. I never blatantly worshiped Satan or called myself a follower. But I did listen to one Passio video earlier where he talked about Satanism failing because of how completely self-absorbed it is, and so in a way, I was a Satanist, and I think that is where many occultists and pagans go wrong. When your sole purpose becomes getting what you want through various types of manipulation, that's a problem.

Oddly enough, the events of the past couple of years, from Q to the coof, have been driving me out of occult practices and back toward religion. And it's because good and evil have become so clearly defined now. And also because I believe breaking down the ego is the only way out. I have been going through a state of spiritual confusion for a year and a half now.

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seagoatz 1 point ago +1 / -0

I looked at a couple of his videos tonight and realized I'd seen him before. I think I originally got turned off by his angry delivery. I just get tired of listening to people ranting, but I appreciate the underlying message he's trying to convey.

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