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Nov 7, 2023·edited Nov 7, 2023

Forgive me, this has nothing to do with anything (and yet everything to do with everything). I was feeling discouraged this morning and remembered this old prayer that I printed out 25 years ago. It always brings a smile to my face and courage to my soul. Hope it does for yours, too. The battle is already fought!

He is the First and Last, the Beginning and the End!

He is the keeper of Creation and the Creator of all! He is the Architect of the universe and the Manager of all times.

He always was, He always is, and He always will be... unmoved, unchanged, undefeated, and never undone!

He was bruised and brought healing! He was pierced and eased pain! He was persecuted and brought freedom! He was dead and brought life! He is risen and brings power! He reigns and brings Peace! The world can't understand Him, the armies can't defeat Him, the schools can't explain him, and the leaders can't ignore Him. Herod couldn't kill Him, the Pharisees couldn't confuse Him, and the people couldn't hold Him! Nero couldn't crush Him, Hitler couldn't silence Him, The New Age can't replace Him, and Donahue can't explain Him away!

He is light, love, longevity, and Lord. He is Goodness, Kindness, Gentleness, and God. He is Holy, Righteous, Almighty, Powerful, and Pure. His ways are right, His word is eternal, His will is unchanging, and His mind is on me. He is my Redeemer, He is my Savior, He is my Guide, and He is my Prince of Peace! He is my Joy, He is my

Comfort, He is my Lord, and He rules my life! I serve Him because His bond is love, His burden is light, and His goal for me is abundant life. I follow Him because He is the Wisdom of the wise, the Power of the powerful, the Ancient of Days, the Ruler of rulers, the Leader of leaders, the Overseer of the overcomers, and the sovereign Lord

of all that was and is and is to come. And if that seems impressive to you, try this for size. His goal is a relationship with ME!

He will never leave me,

Never forsake me,

Never mislead me,

Never forget me,

Never overlook me, and never cancel my appointment in His appointment book!

When I fall, He lifts me up!

When I fail, He forgives!

When I am weak, He is strong!

When I am lost, He is the way!

When I am afraid, He is my courage!

When I stumble, He steadies me!

When I am hurt, He heals me!

When I am broken, He mends me!

When I am blind, He leads me!

When I am hungry, He feeds me!

When I face trials, He is with me!

When I face persecution, He shields me!

When I face problems, He comforts me!

When I face loss, He provides for me!

When I face death, He carries me home!

He is everything for everybody, everywhere, every time, and every way. He is God, He is Faithful. I am His, and He is mine! My Father in heaven has beaten the father of this world.

So, if you're wondering why I feel so secure, understand this: He said it and that settles it. God is in control, I am on His side, and that means all is well with my soul. Every day is a blessing for GOD IS!

I love the Lord and thank Him for all that he does in my life. Yes, I do love Jesus. He is my source of existence and my Savior. He keeps me functioning each and every day. Without Him, I am nothing; but with Him, I can do all things. Amen!

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Thank you for sharing this. I, too, am still functioning only because I belong to Jesus and my life is in His hands. This coming Sunday, I will be teaching my sixth grade girls about Abraham being asked to sacrifice Isaac, and how God provided a lamb. It brings back memories of the time when I had just committed my life to Christ, at age 23, and the meaning of the Bible had been opened up to me by the Holy Spirit. On that long ago morning, as my adult Bible class read the Isaac story, the repeated words, "your only son, your only son, your only son" pierced my heart. It was all pointing to Jesus, just as the entire Bible is. I am excited about sharing this with my girls on Sunday.

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I was in that exact same excited position several years ago. I said something to the effect that Abraham had to show God that he was completely willing to obey.

My girls were 12, going on 22; and one piped up that, oh, that’s like in The Walking Dead, when Rick was going to cut off his son’s hand to prove his loyalty. I hope that doesn’t happen to you.😖

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I wouldn't be surprised! One little girl is a real character. Her prayer request a couple of weeks ago was that God would cause the service to end early so her family could get home and let the dog out before he peed in the house. 😁

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😂🤣😂🤣😂! That is hilarious!

Well, one Sunday I was just teaching away, par excellence I thought. I paused to breathe and one little darling shot up her hand, and I thought, ooh, she was listening, she has a question or comment.

Her question was, ‘How old were you, when you got your first phone?’ (She had a birthday coming up, and was hoping to win an argument at home.)

Imagine her shock, when I said, “Sweetie, I didn’t even have access to a phone until I went away to college.”

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They're so funny! Before sixth grade, I taught tenth grade girls for a year. I enjoyed the deeper conversations, but not the drama.

While teaching a kindergarten age group one night, I shared about a recent mission trip to Guatemala. That led to us discussing the Spanish words for various English words. The children were excited about participating. One little boy raised his hand and I asked him, "Do you know a Spanish word?" He replied, "No, but I need to go to the bathroom."

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😂🤣

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Thank you. The one line about Donahue, dated this back to the end of the 70’s, into the 80’s. I was a young home wife and mother then and almost never missed Donahue. Back then he questioned everything and had some great guests. It brought National politics into my home everyday. We went a long way past just asking questions to being told what we must think. That prayer is special and I just copied it to keep. As true today as it was then.

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I never liked him, personally, but enjoyed the throwback reference 😁

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Thank you for sharing your kind words of inspiration - they can't hurt!

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What an absolutely beautiful prayer. God bless you, and may He bless us and forgive us all in these strange, sinful and scary times our country is undergoing.

Pray for the powers of darkness which have so much power over our country to be rebuked in the name of Jesus.

Praying in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, now and forever, and unto the ages of ages, Amen. 🙏✝️

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Thank you, Angela!

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Do you happen to know who the author is of this prayer? I believe Priscilla Shirer has quoted portions of this prayer or something very similar before. Thank you so much for the post. These words are life saving and encouraging! They need to be shared!

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Deb, I do not know, unfortunately. I cannot even remember if someone sent it to me, or if I just stumbled across it....but it still buoys me as much today as it did when I first read it, long ago.

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I’m emailing it out to my Bible Study group and some friends and I am printing it off! Thank you 🥰

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Perhaps you could research it from the Donahue reference. That at least gives it a time frame.

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I might be mistaken, but I believe I've heard this on YouTube before. I think it's a pastor, speaking from the pulpit and if I recall correctly, it looked like it was filmed in the 70s or 80s. It's pretty powerful when it's typed for us to read; it was incredibly moving to hear the pastor go through the ways Jesus confounds and saves the world.

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If these words are from SM Lockridge, or even if they aren’t, another great message that everyone should hear is his sermon, “Its Friday, but Sunday is coming: https://youtu.be/uCZh9rxUL_g?si=wAqw2IyrLWdm6zJ9

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We do this at a service every Good Friday.

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Oh, thank you! I think I had this on a cassette tape, way back when. It literally carried me through a very dark time! Jesus carried me!

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Thank you! Dr. S. M. Lockridge is the speaker. I knew I had heard this before. It made me cry!

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Late Pastor Lockridge in San Diego, California. Very powerful message!

There are multiple versions of this with various backgrounds.

Do you know Him?

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Thank you for posting this wonderful prayer! The only thing I could add is that-

He is my sanity in a crazy world.

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Thank you for posting this. God allows things He hates to accomplish that which He loves.

This is a beautiful and grounding reminder.

Onward.

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It has everything to do with everything LP. I hope it helped with your discouragement today and I pray that whatever is the source of your discouragement is diminished day by day and your strength of who you are in the Lord grows day by day.

Thank you a great poem. It will be the second from the CnC warriors I have printed this week!

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Thank you, Raptor!😘

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There’s a part of that that reminds me of a sermon I heard one time about bruised and pierced.

His sacrifice covers internal and external injuries. Bruises, damage that I brought on myself due to my sins, are healed. Wounds, damage done to me because of the sins of others, are healed.

I thought it was cool that he broke out both internal and external damage and sacrificed himself for all of it.

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Amen!

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Thank you. I needed just this today.

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Copied. Thank you for sharing.

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You are very welcome!

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Reading this, and my heart feels full. I can't even put into words this love our Father in Heaven has for me, for you, for all his creation. It's overwhelming.

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Thank you for sharing this beautiful prayer. I just copied it and sent it to some family and friends. It is so comforting.

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I love all of this. Minus the Donahue part. 🤣 Little dated.

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I changed the word to "skeptics".

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Donahue still trying to explain God away. Nobody listens anymore. Unfortunately there are many following in his footsteps.

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Thank you! Every word is so true! He said it! I believe it! 🙏🏻

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❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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The Jews then gathered around Him, and were saying to Him, “How long will You keep us in suspense? If You are the Christ, tell us openly.” Jesus answered them, “I told you, and you do not believe; the works that I do in My Father’s name, these bear witness of Me. But you do not believe because you are not of My sheep. My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me; and I give eternal life to them, and they will never perish—ever; and no one will snatch them out of My hand. My Father, who has given them to Me, is greater than all; and no one is able to snatch them out of the Father’s hand. I and the Father are one.”

— John 10:24-30 LSB

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I listened to a BEMA podcast not too long ago that described shepherds and their sheep. Apparently, sheep get to know their shepherd's voice intimately; so intimately, in fact, that if something happens to the shepherd, the sheep won't respond to any substitute.

Jesus is my shepherd. This verse tells me to pray that I will become like those sheep so that I do not hear any other voice. Nothing will ever happen to my Shepherd and He will not lead me astray; His is the only voice I'll ever need.

Thank you Janice! I needed that.

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I find it somewhat amusing how enduring the image of the "good shepherd" caring for his flock is. The metaphor is true as far as it goes. What is never mentioned, however, is what happens to the livestock when the days of watching over them is over. In the case of sheep, there is little economic use for them beyond wool and food. Pink Floyd's darkly sarcastic song "Sheep" is, perhaps, a better view on how the real world operates.

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Nov 7, 2023·edited Nov 7, 2023

There will never be a day when my Shepherd stops watching over me. And even if I go to the slaughter for His sake, He will be with me and I will not perish; I will be with Him for all eternity.

His thoughts are not our thoughts; His ways are not our ways. God has chosen the foolish things of this world to confound the wise, and the weak to confound the mighty.

You can't hear His voice so you'll never understand.

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Well said! 💕

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SD, you painted the perfect picture of what the "sheep" are to our political leaders such as O'Biden and Co. Apparently, they have decided that the "flock" has become too burdensome to them and need to be severely culled. You know, when Jesus sent His disciples out into the world, He told them to take a sword. I'm pretty sure it wasn't an eating instrument.

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You mean a broken, sinful and corrupted world of course. God is not that.

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Yes!!! The proof was in what He DID!! He ‘fulfilled’ all that had been prophesied about what Messiah would do......He didn’t ‘change’ the Covenant, except in one aspect. He wrote it on our hearts.

But other than that, He simply said what His Father told Him to say and He did what His Father told Him to do.

What a plan.

What a Father

What a Savior

What a Word.

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He took upon Himself all the burdensome requirements of the Law that we could never fulfill and gave us His righteousness. Yes indeed, what a Savior.

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Nov 7, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

Regarding the heterosexual flag, Rules for Radicals works for all radicals. We are now the radicals.

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"We are now the radicals" will make a great tshirt.

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Nov 7, 2023·edited Nov 7, 2023

Looking for suggestions for the back of the tshirt.

On the front will be "We are now the radicals" with a flag underneath. Color of shirt is a deep red. flag and text will be in white

On the back I'd like to list 3-5 principles: limited government, fiscal responsibility, US first,...

Any suggestions for principles to list on the back?

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Freedom, faith, facts, family, and fearless living. Radical!

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Saw a great t-shirt just recently, worn by Igor Chudov (Igor's Newsletter, here on the 'Stack - says " NO VAXXINE REQUIRED / I HAVE AN IMMUNE SYSTEM "

...not too bad.

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Yup--Igor told me yesterday about the new market opportunity for you clean men.

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"In a Time of Universal Deceit, Telling the Truth Is a Revolutionary Act"

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individual freedom; limited government; rule of law; peace through strength; fiscal responsibility; free markets; human dignity

mikejohnson.house.gov/7-core-principles-of-conservatism/

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Suggestion:

“Shhhh, DON’T tell BROOKIE!”

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Laughed at his name--Jeff says 'at least he's wearing a suit'--Brooks Brothers comes to mind

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Pure blood! Pure sperm!

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Just the don’t tread on me flag. It covers all the bases. Plus, it appears to trigger the crazies.

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Read The US Constitution for more details...

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Neil, a simple white cross would send the message perfectly. I love the KISS principle, ‘keep it simple stupid’😂

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Great idea, would love to see the final design. I’m a walking billboard, pretty much all I wear are t-shirts that express important things, Bible verses, freedom, etc. I’ll certainly buy one.

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A pic of the family sitting on the beach with the cops standing over them in 2021 would be perfect.

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Great ideas from the C&C family...you can always offer several options!

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I'm looking into this right now...

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I’m picturing conservatives on surfboards.

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Along with a shirts with the mottos “First Do No Big Pharma” and “Control Group.”

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This is a better shirt:

https://markoshinskie8de.substack.com/p/new-world-order

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I totally agree Mark. Your shirt is better and I wear it proudly.

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Or bumper sticker....

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In Oregon, a bumper sticker with that truth will get your car keyed by progressive, liberal, Democrat deranged folks. You will only get a glare from one of those folks if worn on a T-shirt. Of course they will be wearing a mask so part of the glare will be unseen.

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In Oregon we have to be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.

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"In these Orwellian times, I like to sell this tee . . ."

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Yes, I'd love one of those.

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We turned into the radicals when we refused the covid death shots.

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I knew that I lived in clown world when I, as a white, middle class, Christian and conservative mom stood up and said "Hell no!" I should have been firmly in the establishment camp.

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I can so relate this this 🤣

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I kept saying what is wrong with everyone?

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And we are not dropping dead in our beds either. Those poor souls paid the ultimate price.

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I became a radical when we moved to a farm, started growing our own food and becoming self sufficient.

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I love being on this substack and seeing all this critical thinking and self sufficiency. ❤️

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I didn't know I was......... until, thankfully, my family pointed it out to me 😉

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lol that is great!!!!

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I’m having the straight flag made into car magnets, to add to my US flag and Back the Blue flags I currently display!

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Nov 7, 2023·edited Nov 7, 2023

@Cyn I would imagine there would be a large market if somebody wanted to sell those online!

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Those little stickers of Biden’s mug saying, “I did that!” people put in the $5.25/gallon gas pumps sure did a booming business.

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That's because, KC, they are so very multi-useful.

I mean, think of ALL the things brandon has eff'd up in a short 2.75 years - that little sticker of the finger-pointing hair sniffer has such widespread application !

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think of ALL the things brandon has eff'd up in a short 2.75 years

I saw a sticker for sale on Etsy a while ago along those lines. It used fonts to resemble the Bounty paper towels logo and said "Joe Biden - The Quicker F---er Upper!

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Lol!

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🤣🤣🤣

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For sure! I bought $30 worth.

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I’ll take a dozen please

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I'm even more conservative. I only have a Jesus bumper sticker.

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Could you also get 2 for me. I will reimburse.

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I thought you knew that. Grandma garland and corn pop said so. 😉 you know. The radical parents and moms and worse yet - Maga Republicans. Oh the horror 😅

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Grandma garland and corn pop. Those are the best monikers.

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Agree. 😅

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We have to get smart! This Straight Flag is so simple, yet so brilliant. I think we have to stop being so emotional and become much more pragmatic.

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I was just reading about a small Canadian town that raised the straight flag for one day and then was forced to take it down. There must be a way we can get a "Straight Pride" month like the alphabet raindown people do. Where do we put in our order?

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What is going on with Canada?

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Not really surprised about Stanford (or similar groups) and censorship - just that it's starting to become more apparent. I do appreciate the quick notes on draining the swamp and securing elections, though. It's so easy to be discouraged and just wait for more 2am ballot dumps. I know some states have taken some measures to try to prevent that, but it's still been disheartening to see the blatant corruption just going through and dismissed.

I like the "straight pride flag" idea. There's a lot of merit to that and some more fuel for the parents to use if they still put their kids in public schools. (Anyone else miss the days when public schools actually taught real skills and not pushed agendas?)

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Just like I wish parents that have kids in a classroom with an animal identifying kid would just go to the school and say that their child is allergic to "x" animal and needs to be moved to another class. The school administration's response would be interesting. Would they admit that the animal identifying child is really not a cat, for example?

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Oh interesting indeed! I would love to be there for that.

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Very radical thinking! Good job. Please, please, someone do it!

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Brilliant!

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Worth noting that giga-fraudster SBFs parents both taught at Stanford. Fine institution indeed.

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This Mike Benz 40 minute video is a primer for Stanford created Election Integrity Project (EIP) is the foundation of the Censorship Industrial Complex. The EIP was created to do the dirty work that the government FBI, CIA, DHS, CISA, Whitehouse wanted but is illegal. They needed something and Stanford created a group with about 120 people got the Censorship Industrial Complex up and running just before the 2020 election. Mike Benz has other videos describing in great detail how the parts are working together but still maintain the appearance of not government. https://twitter.com/MikeBenzCyber/status/1666925704334950402?s=20

This is not a wasted 40 minutes.

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WOW. That's crazy. I wonder if any congressional GOP members are talking about this??? Not that they'd really do anything about it.

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Meanwhile, in Oregon it only gets crazier:

OREGON SECRETARY OF STATE SET TO SEEK & DESTROY OPPOSING SPEECH.

The Oregon Secretary of State plans to surveil, compile and “mitigate” the speech of Oregonians expressing low confidence ahead of the 2024 General Election.

The Oregon Secretary of State recently completed an RFP [Request For Proposals] seeking the development of software to “identify and mitigate harmful information online as it relates to elections (mis-, dis-, and mal-information or MDM).” Negotiations for the RFP closed October 20th, 2023 and is scheduled to execute October 27th, 2023.

The RFP refers to a “significant increase in burdensome public records requests over the past two years seemingly fueled by MDM on social media”… And refers to MDM as “threats” throughout the RFP.

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Oh great. Now I am going to be in more trouble if this passes. Just like our jackass not-public servants to spend our tax dollars for more jackass laws.

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Thank you Michael. As a native Oregonian it's been very hard to deal with all of the liberal mentality in Portland and Salem and the other Willamette Valley cities. Our once beautiful and peaceful state is now a pig sty and overflowing with political pigs.

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RE: Sperm of the Unvaxxed

Don’t trust the folks trying to identify who in the world is unvaxxed.

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Agree. And if you are unvaxxed why would you give your sperm to vaxxed women? Sorry. But as you didn't take the jab, why would you subject your future children to it via the mother?

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I just assumed that these are unvaxxed women, looking for real men.

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Getting past this, the fact that men masturbate to *sell * their seed to unknown women to have children created without love is DISTURBING in and of itself. It is sinful and just as demonic as gender changing. Let's not normalize it or forget that. Not being outspoken about that, as a society, has slid us down the slope to where we are now!

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Nov 7, 2023·edited Nov 7, 2023

It is sinful. I have a naive young friend, young Christian, very troubled life from her conception. She has twin 7 year old boys acquired through in-vitro fertilization., sperm from her now ex-husband. I would wager there was a selection process, many embryos implanted, then most destroyed.

Her half sister has hired herself out for the past 3 years as a surrogate. She carried one baby to term, but now has had several distressing experiences.

It is now being said that any child we carry transmits cells to us that we have for life. There’s so much science does not know. I think the failed attempts may be related to her body rejecting the embryos because there is so much genetic material involved, and not compatible.

I think it’s dangerous. But where to begin to explain. It just seems very normal and modern to them.

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I agree.

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Thank you.

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@AngelaK not to mention all the ramifications with genetic testing and ancestry dot com 😳 I’ve heard more than a few stories of kids popping up out of nowhere with a “I have a 99% match to you” email.

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You bring up a great point. I knew several who did 23 and me or other genetic testing and they got weird results. I don't think the testing companies care. They only want your DNA for nefarious reasons.

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To sell data for big profits to anyone. From bioweapon labs to big pharma. "Learn your ancestry! Learn about your genetic diseases" as sly lures to collect DNA data to sell to others. Don't forget 23&Me was founded and is still run by the first wife of Sergei Brin, one of the 2 founder of Google. Both companies are all about personal data harvesting and selling that data

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Agreed. I’ve always thought there was something very very wrong with having a man masturbate to porn for artificial insemination of his wife (when she could elicit the desired liquid). It’s disturbing being “anonymous” as well. I used to think “how unfair” concerning fertility problems. Now I realize we are incapable of understanding God’s reasons for His timing.

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Nov 7, 2023·edited Nov 7, 2023

They mentioned women, couples etc. The request was for unvaxxed sperm but didn't specifically mention requested by unvaxxed women.

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It’s UNvaxxed women who want UNvaxxed sperm. At least, at the moment

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You could get desperate and hope for more viable sperm. Not sure the medical term.

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Vaxxed women want unvaxxed?? I thought it was unV looking for unV 🤨 Wow, yeah … No

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Because they aren’t sane.

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Unvaxxed Litmus Test: still upright with no chronic wasting diseases.

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Plus, exudes testosterone and might also wear workboots. I can tell the difference between a real man and a faux-man. The difference is obvious.

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Also: unvaxxed could mean 1 or 2 death serums. They really mean to say Pureblood.

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And we need access to a pure blood supply, in addition to pure, uncontaminated sperm.

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Sperm=sperm bank= sin. Aka: men masturbating to donate their seed *for money* to unknown women who will have a fatherless child who will never know who her biological father is. How sad and demonic in 99% of cases in which this method is used for.

When we normalized this, it slid us further down that slippery slope of satan's tricks and confusion.

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Yeah. I don't see the appeal to having my offspring raised by people whose motto is: It takes a coven to raise a child.

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We donate blood and tissue and organs to help others, so I have no judgement in donation of sperm or eggs to allow others the opportunity of having a child they might otherwise not have. With this grand culling of humanity it might also be in our best interest to ensure the species continues and donation could be a viable option. Again, we must ensure the donated is not furthering the contamination of future humans.

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Men get **paid** to give their sperm. They do it for cash..

I am sorry but I find it morally wrong to do that, and to do that to an innocent child. No one should deliberately bring a child into the world without a father or mother to be able to genetically connect themselves to. It is unfair to the child.

If a woman is determined to have a baby as a single mother, atleast couple with a man and know who the father is.

Again, it creates confusion and further undermines the family unit as God created it.

It is moral relativity like this which has brought us to believing pediatric gender reassignments are fine.

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Donations of blood, tissue, organs do not result in the creation of a new person. Different entirely.

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You’re right.

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Del Bigtree interviewed a US based pure blood bank CEO on the High Wire 2 or 3 episodes ago. It happening.

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I just registered with...https://safeblood.com/

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I know there is a group out there that has pureblood.

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There are pure blood registries being set up around the country; I’ve registered with two but we must ensure hospitals in all states respect our rights to request our own or directed, banked blood is used. It will take organization and there will most likely be associated cost for the service. But most important is a legally binding directive to force medical care facilities to respect our rights. That is our greatest challenge at this point, I believe.

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I don't trust any hospitals, sorry, or any facilities that share blood with hospitals. I think that is a delusion that has been ripped away, from me. I have donated my own blood for a surgery, but that was 38 years ago, different planet.

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Amish? J. W's?

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^^^ Please don’t answer that!

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With active shedding from the recently-jabbed, which I'm still trying to get my head around, it's possible that NONE of us is / will be untouched.

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Yesterday I read Pierre Kory's 8 articles on shedding. Very helpful, and I had been searching for this information for a year now.

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Me too...read them last week. Enlightening to say the least. And...now I don't feel so crazy when I say I feel sick after being in a room full of coofja recipients! Last December I was helping inside a clubhouse, to organize sale tables with stuff for 3 days straight. Came home each night feeling so like crap...After the 3rd day I took the Iver for a few days and felt much better. But, my position is, I am ready to ask if they have been recently jabbed because I am highly allergic!

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I refuse to believe God would permit this. But I use Ivermectin prophalactically and expect it to shoot down all invaders.

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Do you have a prescription or use the one sold for horses? I have both, and wonder about dosage for a human with the one sold for horses. Do you know?

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You can find information at barnhardt.biz under the Ivermectin section at the top of the homepage.

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My poor nephew recently revealed he has not been laid in 20 years. He is 41. And guaranteed unvaxxed.(he and his sister are the only ones in my wife's family) . We have told him his time is nigh.

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He must be married.

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🫢. Now Stop! 😝

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😂

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Tee hee hee, stahp! 😂

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My brother told me that on-line dating sites have women who say if you are vaxxed don’t contact me. Maybe he should check those sites out?

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I am in a young women’s fb group that was discussing this! A woman stated that one of her requirements for dating was that the man be unvaxxed. Some went after her for having a standard that would make finding someone even more difficult. But, I saw her point. Being unvaxxed is a new litmus test. Most likely a lot of other valuable characteristics come with that!

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thanks. I'll let him know

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Sperm sales are always wrong. Never funny.

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True.

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Ahhh....that is apt and I totally didn't think of that. But now, we have to look at everything with suspicious minds. We are caught in a trap.

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Sadie ---

My favorite song of all time!

I can't walk out.

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🎶Because I love you too much, baby🎶

Elvis was the King!

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No argument.

Still, perhaps you might consider a new interpretation? I can't know for sure, but I think maybe the King might approve?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTbKhkceR00

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Oh, that was yummy! Love the gravelly female voices; Janice Joplin, Amy Winehouse…this one’s hair reminded me of Amy. I sure hope she doesn’t suffer a sad fate like Janice and Amy!

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Mm hm, yummy. She's only 17 or 18. Lots of promise. The story as I understand it is she's been nurtured and protected by her family and continues to be. Different from the sadness of Janice or Amy's young lives. Or any of the 27 club. Fingers crossed this gifted soul brings more yummy to the planet for decades to come.

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I wondered who would continue my train of thought...haha! I just wonder why they can't see?

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And don't trust people who want your dna. These women could be DARPA agents collecting dna for cloning people or who knows what other experiments. Or maybe they are just thirsty idk.

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🎯

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Totally agree!!!!

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I forget my lessons from high school anatomy, but doesn’t sperm regenerate every 3(?) days? Unlike women who are born with the number of eggs they will produce, or something like that? I’m thinking sperm can overcome the immediate affects of vax down the road? I hope this might reduce genetic problems later especially since my unvaxxed daughter will most likely marry a vaxxed man. And a lot of unsuspecting innocent kids fell prey to the vax plot.

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Nov 7, 2023Liked by Jeff Childers

My wife and I went to see a show at the Frost Amphitheater on Stanford's campus a few week's ago. When we arrived, my wife said, I would never let our kids come here! Bastion of woke idiocy that it is! I would not let them go there because I have recent first hand experience of this myself.

I run a business in an exciting, politically popular niche in the Bay Area real estate world, Accessory Dwelling Units (backyard cottages, in-law units...), and have been a prominent figure in that market for a while. A few months ago some Stanford students contacted me as they were working on a case study in the space. They wanted a tour, a description of the business, problems I face... and I was happy to oblige them. I am a graduate of University of North Texas, or as I like to say, The Harvard of Denton, Texas, so I was a bit nervous about the kinds of question I would be asked by the intellectual elite. When the students arrived, a cornucopia of diversity emerged from the dated toyota corolla and late model camry. Every flavor of race, gender, hair color, sexual orientation... It was not unexpected to see that, and I am used to it here in Berkeley. What surprised me was the palpable lack of intellectual heft that I had been expecting. Very little curiosity. No clear articulation of the project and its goals. No good questions.

I shit you not, the last statement/question the diminutive, gay, latinx kid asked me was, "so, it's basically like a house, only smaller?" WTF? Unlike UNT, Stanford is the Harvard of the West Coast. I felt like I got punched in the nuts with the reality of how bad it really has gotten!

The good news is that employers are waking up to the relative uselessness of the current crop of students at these woke institutions. In the next few years these universities will have completely devalued their brand. It will force them back into competing for the best and brightest or force their extinction.

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Did you find out the particulars on their case study, the class and their major? While your comment gave me a laugh, it did leave me seriously curious.

I went to college in Florida and California. Both state schools. Florida wins the academic rigor award. No offense to CA students - I went to public school there in elementary. It was terrible. The one except was that my writing skills were considerably better than Florida school kids seemed to be. When I went back to CA, I tutored underclassmen in math. It was shocking how few COLLEGE students lacked rudimentary math skills. People who thought they would leave school with a finance degree or go on to medical school. Completely delusional.

Unless my kid actually needed a degree from a university (like for engineering or medical field) there is ZERO chance I would pay for it. And there would be ZERO chance that kid would not be working.

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Nov 7, 2023·edited Nov 7, 2023

I'm 74 and I finished grad school in late 1976. About 10 years ago I thought what the heck, I'll go back to my local community college and take all the classes I never had time to take while in college....I took every history class they offered...mostly pretty good, surprisingly, then I took all the art history courses....also good....and then I took some of the humanities courses, which were disturbing when evaluating the teachers. I also took some Spanish classes to refresh my Spanish. Throughout the approximately 4 years I was doing this, I was struck by how unimpressive the students were. This college also has a program in which really good high school students (senior level, I think) could go over to this college which is next door to the high school and take all sorts of classes they needed to graduate from high school but at the same time they would be getting college credit for the classes. Knowing this, I looked forward to seeing what the brightest high school students were like these days (this was about 2010 thru 2014). I was shocked at what I saw. They did not seem exceptionally gifted, they didn't appear to work all that hard, and in classes where I contributed all kinds of relevant things that came from my many years teaching abroad, very few had any questions or responses at all. There was a distinct lack of curiosity about anything at all, and their level of scholarship was very weak. One thing that struck me was that virtually none of them knew how to learn! I hate to think of how things are now, 10 years on.

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Most of them don’t know how to write, or read, cursive. Unbelievable.

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Maybe it was because you were there to learn and for the pleasure of learning. My SIL is encountering the same sort of thing in welding class she is taking. I think she annoys the other students who would prefer to just get on with it and be done. She will get her money's worth. I smile thinking of it.

Also, they may have nothing to contribute. After all they are young and may be inexperienced and if they were interested they could shout out to Siri for the answer. I hate Siri. Too bad you don't have another older student in class who would probably be delighted to hear about your time abroad. I think kids are curious about different things.

Children who take college classes early are not required to be gifted. I think students would benefit from study and time management classes. My husband was a disciplined student. Later when I was learning something for work which was very difficult, he basically organized me into success. I had to do the work, but helped me lay out the plan. I could have used that eons ago.

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It was a design class but they were doing the case study on behalf of a very large lumber yard business in the area.

Our Superintendent of schools just gave her monthly update and was pleased to announce that 61% of Berkeley Unified students are proficient in math. Our kids are thriving and they do provide enough rigor for us to remain here, but I do wonder why. I do think exposure to all the woke madness is preparing them well to do battle going forward, and I have zero worry about them returning from college someday with purple hair and Marxist ideals. They have been so exposed to all of that already that they are insulated from that.

I generally agree with the need for a useless college degree at this point. A hard science, a trade, something useful, but grievance studies or any of the other BS, forget it. Get to work kids!

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Also: Go Gators! CHOMP!

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Ten to one your clown car collective of intersectional children captured just enough information about you and your business, to make a crapload of legal trouble for you someday in the future ... Like when a GOP nominee wins POTUS in 2024.

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if that was their plan, I am not worrying about it! I have bigger problems here anyhow, as tonight I am going to self immolate (figuratively speaking) at the Berkeley City Council in protest of the recent Vax or Mask mandate for healthcare workers (...checks calendar...yes on November 7, 2023 this is actually happening). Pray for me.

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"Lord, this evening, please put into Dan's mouth the very words you would have him say. Cover him with your strength. Keep him calm. In the name of Christ, who feared not to overturn the tables of the wrong-doers, I ask this."

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many thanks VVV!

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Thinking of you now (9:14 EST)--that you are strong in the Lord and in the strength of His might. That you (before your speaking slot) have put the full armor of God...having girded your loins with truth and havinng put on the breastplate of righteousness. God be with you, Dan McDunn.

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Praying with you.

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Love this prayer!

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Go get 'em on the "wings of eagles"!

My current favorite line to jar awake "required" maskers is, "Did you know after 20 minutes of wearing masks, a... dark ... and ... moist ... [big pause]... environment inside them is growing a ... flourishing ... biome of bacteria ... yeast ... and ... mold?

Then my step 2 for government elected officials is:

"Sunlight kills a lot of those bad things which flourish in dank and dark places. So similar to how our State of California's government sunshine law, the Brown Act, can be used to stop bad things happening in the dark."

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OH my gosh seriously?

SO MANY PRAYERS. 🙏🙏🙏

They just can't let it go!

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Maybe some of your time could be spent advocating for mass non-compliance.

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That occurred to me also--was this a chance to case the joint...

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Great comment. I laughed out loud at your description of the woke troupe. As for UNT, as a jazz musician in a former life, your alma mater remains a top school. I crossed paths with a few very talented UNT alums.

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It’s true. Excellent Jazz. I was a marketing major! Lol

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I landed in HR back in the day when the “personnel” department morphed into “human resources”, and parlayed my experience to specialize in staffing (not the gawd-awful staffing industry, I developed a unique approach). During those years, I became convinced that unless one were pursuing a specific career path like medicine, engineering, law, a college degree had become almost worthless.

At one time I could distinguish college grads from non-college grads by their written presentation on their résumés. Over time that distinction disappeared. At one time I believed college students learned how to think critically, and that has also disappeared. I am hoping for a stronger emphasis on vocational schools.

It seems unrelated but I think it is relevant: Elon Musk expounded to quite an extent on the challenge of production/manufacturing (in this case, cars), in his Halloween discussion with Joe Rogan. An interesting point he made is that for each job in manufacturing, there are 5 jobs that in some way support that one job. Vocational schools in manufacturing & production would do much to rebuild the US ability to efficiently and effectively manufacture our own goods.

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Thanks for that commentary. Super interesting! Totally agree. I’m in construction. Major skills gap there for young people here in CA!

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-'basically like a house but smaller.' That sparkles from so many facets. Wonder if that kid had even heard of tiny houses?? But fear not, my entrepreneurial friend--by virtue of being enrolled at Stanford, that child and his 'peers' are surely heading toward zombification--death will come knocking within 5 years. Employers may not have to make excuses not to hire them. Cuz they just won't be there!

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This entire geographic region is an open air asylum. My friend in Texas recently reminded me that the door is unlocked and I can leave anytime.

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Mandatory jabs were imposed at Stanford. 5-7 years for the death data to become obvious unless there's a mainstream cure soon.

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I’m still trying to digest the magnitude of this. I know it’s true. There’s a special place in hell for those who created this.

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