Enough surfing - to work...

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Did not get to the dump this morning so loading up the van and heading over there now.

Working in the garage later - got an electrician coming over tomorrow morning to replace the panel at the house.  It was an odd configuration and looking to get a nice Square-D unit with plenty of expansion capacity. Downside is that the house will be without electricity for most of the day.

Thai food sounds really good but I'll see how the day develops...

Looks like Hunter has been having fun

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Enjoying his dad's new digs:


From Knuckledraggin'

His handling of the Wuhan Flu was an epic fail regardless of how you look at it.  His star is falling and falling fast.  He has been repeatedly criticized by the media (OH NOES!!!) and now this - from Medium:

My story of working with Governor Cuomo
“Let’s play strip poker.”

I should have been shocked by the Governor’s crude comment, but I wasn’t.

We were flying home from an October 2017 event in Western New York on his taxpayer-funded jet. He was seated facing me, so close our knees almost touched. His press aide was to my right and a state trooper behind us.

That ba-dump ba-dump was Cuomo's body under the wheels of the bus.  The left always eats its own.  Always has, always will.  The people at the top know that their political power is just an illusion and that there are always people who covet their position.  They are ruthless to stay in power. It is the name of the game.  Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.

Adult babies

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I had first run into this fifteen years ago and wrote about it here:  A curious aberration of behaviour...

I looked around and it is still very much "a thing" - a few links:

I have zero problem with people acting out their fantasies and it could be really nice to shed adult responsibilities and regress back to a time when everything was nice and warm and simple.  There were many times in my life where it would have been really nice to crawl back into bed and hide out for a couple of years.  I also have to hand it to this community that they are not being politically active.  Having to put up with the incessant shrieking and pearl-clutching of the WOKE crowd is bad enough, I could only imagine a bunch of adult toddlers marching on Washington (although I would love to see it on the news).

What is prompting me to write this is curiosity - is there a link between AD/DL and WOKE.  They are very dissimilar in their outward actions but the desire to return to a simplistic world.  A world where all of their needs are taken care of by an all-powerful state (or Mommy). A Utopia (even though utopia have never worked).

Instead of a raised fist, how about a raised fist holding a baby rattle. We are seeing similar levels of high-level cognition.

The usual morning routine

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Wonderful - a quiet coffee and read for a bit.  Missed this a lot.

Grocery deliveries this afternoon.  Stopping at the storage unit and the dump as well.

That business had been in trouble for many many years. Wrote about it here and here.

From Ars Technica:

Confirmed: Fry’s Electronics going out of business, shutting down all stores
Fry's Electronics, the decades-old superstore chain with locations in nine American states, has gone defunct. Bay Area TV station KRON-4 was the first press outlet to confirm the news late Tuesday, saying that Fry's will shut down all 30 of its American locations. The retailer followed that news hours later by offering its own Wednesday-morning announcement via the Fry's website.

Rumors began flying on Tuesday in the form of anecdotes from alleged Fry's employees, who all reported that they'd been summarily fired earlier in the day with zero notice. One anonymous report posted at The Layoff alleged that every remaining Fry's store in the US was "permanently closing tomorrow," and that statement was repeated hours later at a Fry's-related Reddit community. The Reddit post included the allegation that one store's staffers were tasked with shipping any remaining merchandise back to suppliers during their final day at work.

Sacramento freelance journalist Matthew Keys followed these posts by citing an unnamed source—someone who had worked at Fry's up until "this week"—who claimed that the electronics chain would make a formal announcement "this week" about closing all of its stores and liquidating any remaining assets. As the wave of rumors exploded, the official Fry's website began serving failure notices—yet some of its subsite content, particularly years-old press releases, remained active through Frys.com subdomains. As Tuesday wore on, the Fry's retail site flickered in and out of normal service, even letting customers buy products after KRON-4's report went live.

They had a good run but they should have pulled the plug ten years ago. Privately owned.

And it's Wednesday

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As Piglet would say:


And feeling downright nappish

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Early bed. Going to be sore tomorrow - moved a couple heavy pieces.  Took some aspirin and been drinking a lot of water so shouldn't be too bad.

Sleep in - got grocery deliveries tomorrow afternoon.  Dump run in the morning - a lot of stuff from Bellingham and some things piling up here too.  Lots of recycling.

Couple of videos and that is my day. Back to a more normal schedule now - the farm goes on the market next but I need to be up there for a couple weeks of serious work before I even think about listing it...

Great quote - good times ahead

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This was a reader's comment to a post at Watts Up With That regarding Google purging its ranks of employees who are a little bit - - - too - - - WOKE.  After all, WOKE is the show you put on for the media and the rabble.  Being WOKE inside the corporate body is just never done.

All the low hanging realist people have been cancelled so what else is a hateful organization to do but eat their own? We are at the beginning of Progressive self immolation and it will only get better from here. No one, no one, will be aware enough to pass the woke litmus test and they’ll all be looking over their shoulders for people trying to take their place. The circular shooting gallery is gaining steam. AGW is poised to be outed by its’ progenitors as they realize they’re next on the hit list.

I find it amusing to watch these people strut on the stage completely ignorant of the fact that they are only the umpteenth time that this same exact character has been played. They are ignorant of history.  Another comment brought up Lady Bracknell - what a delightful and prescient character. One of Wilde's best creations.  This quote comes to mind:

‘The whole theory of modern education is radically unsound. Fortunately, in England at any rate, education produces no effect whatsoever. If it did, it would prove a serious danger to the upper classes, and probably lead to acts of violence in Grosvenor Square.’

And we have been seeing it happening here for the last 40 years.  The students are revolting.
Tell me something I do not know...

I am hanging out here, being a Gray Man and watching it all unfold.

So true - hypocrisy

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From Woodsterman:


A simple proposal

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Let's see if BillG would agree to this:


I really like their President - from The Guardian:

Mexico was once a climate leader – now it's betting big on coal
The men on the midnight shift smoked cigarettes and cracked jokes in the glow of their helmet lights as they prepared to go underground. They were loading safety equipment and coils of pipe on to wheelbarrows, in readiness for a second shift due to start working later that week.

“We’re reactivating the industry,” said Arturo Rivera Wong, who had just taken on 40 more workers at the mine he owns in the scrublands of the border state of Coahuila.

As the climate crisis worsens and clean energy prices plunge, governments around the world have been weaning their economies of coal and other fossil fuels.

Mexico is moving in the opposite direction.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, popularly known as Amlo, has unveiled plans to buy nearly 2m tons of thermal coal from small producers like Rivera. He also plans to reactivate a pair of coal-fired plants on the Texas border, which were being wound down as natural gas and renewables took a more prominent role in Mexico’s energy mix.

Wonderful news - makes a lot of sense.  We have loads of coal and the modern plants are efficient and clean. It is a stop-gap until we deploy nuclear but perfectly fine for the next 500 years or so.

And back for a few days

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The signing is done, they have the keys and are moving in.  YES!
I will need to be there sometime this weekend but that is a few days of rest and relaxation until then.

Back home - unpack the van, feed the dogs and get some dinner started.  Doing some oven-roasted vegetables tossed with big fat egg noodles, Kerrygold butter and some fresh parsley.

Been quite the mix of weather - hail, rain, downpour, sunshine, spring shower, lather, rinse, repeat.

More later

And on the road again

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Back up to Bellingham again - last trip for a while.

More later this afternoon...

(as visions of a 3-shot 16-oz latte dance before my eyes - so close, I can almost taste it...)

So true

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Words to live by:


And that is it

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Longish but very good meeting. Tired. Tomorrow will be the last full day of dealing with the Bellingham property.

Really disappointed with the Supreme Court decision to not hear the election fraud cases.  Really ticked off. I thought that we had some solid judges on the bench.

Watch a video or two and then to sleep. Another early morning.

And just one trip after all

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Wised up and rented a storage unit a few blocks from the property so I can clear it out without having to spend two hours round trip driving it to my Island storage unit.  I'll keep it for one month and this will take a huge load off.

Had a really fun "date" with my realtor - might be interesting if there was not a 40+ year difference in age.  We have a lot of fun talking. Signed everything - they pick up the keys tomorrow afternoon so I will be up there at 9:00 AM to finish cleaning out the garage. End of an era. Beginning of a new...

Picked up some food at the local coop - dinner for me.  Got a board meeting in 45 minutes so time to hustle and get set up - trying out a new microphone (getting a lot of feedback with my old setup).

Points North - Bellingham

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Two trips up there again today. Signing the title. Woo Hoooo...

Board of Director's meeting tonight so busy day.  Nothing much out there online.

Out the door to Coffee and the highway.

The swamp

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Great meme from Bayou Renaissance Man


Good night Irene...

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The long days are coming to an end (at least this tranche of them) - sleep in sometime after Friday.

Doing two trips to Bellingham again tomorrow - meeting with someone for lunch and then signing the final papers for the house sale.  Good to have it out of my wheelhouse finally. Two trips because there is a lot still to empty out of the garage. The fun never stops.  And, Oh Yeah, there is a board meeting tomorrow night so I am doing the agenda and will get it sent out tomorrow AM before I leave here.

It is of great comfort to know that my #2 coffee place opens at 4:30 AM - I will not be that early but pretty close...  A few videos and I am outta here.

I can identify with this

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Disney teeters on the brink of peak WOKE

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That high-pitched hum is Walt spinning in his grave.  God rest his Soul. From The London Daily Mail:

Now even The Muppets are branded racist: Disney slaps popular show with an alert about 'offensive content' and it can only be seen on an adult account
The Muppet Show appears to be the latest victim of political correctness with new warnings over its historic content.

The adventures of Kermit the Frog, Animal, Miss Piggy and friends now come with an alert about 'offensive content' and can only be seen on an adult account.

The move came to light when Disney made five series available last Friday on its streaming service, which costs £5.99 a month.

Viewers are greeted with the disclaimer: 'This programme includes negative depictions and/or mistreatment of people or cultures. These stereotypes were wrong then and are wrong now.

'Rather than remove this content, we want to acknowledge its harmful impact, learn from it and spark conversation to create a more inclusive future together.'

The warning is believed to refer to Muppet characters designed as stereotypes of Native Americans, Arabs and East Asians.

This mentally ill minority who point and shriek and who demand that we follow their diktats need to be taken out in to a field and shot.  Best thing for everyone concerned - puts them out of their misery and puts us out of ours.

This is not equality.  This is perversion.  This is mental illness.  This is a deep-seated feeling of inadequacy in someone who was never given the mental tool-kit to deal with life's little peaks and valleys.  This is what happens when everyone gets a trophy and nobody fails.  Society fails as a result. Simple as that.

From FOX News:

New Mexico Dem governor spent taxpayer cash on groceries, booze
New Mexico’s Democrat governor is on the defensive after a report this week detailed her office’s spending from a taxpayer-supported expense fund.

Records show Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham spent nearly $13,500 over a six-month period in 2020 on items such as groceries, dry cleaning and alcohol, the Sante Fe New Mexican reported.

The booze spending included a purchase in September of more than $200 for five bottles of tequila, two bottles of vodka, two bottles of Merlot and single bottles of whiskey and gin, the report said.

In the same report, the newspaper disclosed that Grisham was hosting in-person staff meetings at the governor’s mansion at the same time that she was urging the public against mixing households in order to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

About half the $13,500 went toward food for the governor’s Cabinet members and staffers during those meetings, Grisham spokesman Tripp Stelnicki told The Associated Press.

But these meetings were important doncha' know.  We could not be pouring two buck Chuck now could we?
(and the story behind the wine)

And back home for now

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Two trips again tomorrow - I need a bigger truck... Almost had to tie the dogs to the front bumper with this last load. No room at all.

Chef Mike will be heating up some spaghetti sauce and I picked up some fresh pasta on my way home this last trip. Quick surf and then fix dinner.

Another day, another couple hours driving

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Heading to the condo twice today - picking up the last of the boxes in the garage and then another trip for the furniture and to install the kitchen hardware.  Signing tomorrow.

Needless to say, no posting until much later today.

Whoops - energy reliability

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The problems in Texas would have been moot if President Trump's administration had their way.
From Eric Worall:

The Trump Energy Resilience Plan which Could have Saved Texas
Has Trump derangement syndrome cost Texan lives? Back in 2017, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry proposed paying Coal and Nuclear Power Stations to keep at least 90 days worth of coal fuel onsite, for disaster resilience.

At the time the resilience proposal was widely criticised as being a thinly disguised Trump scheme to pump government money into the coal and nuclear industries. But in hindsight, a bit more resilience might have saved Texas from days of painful electricity blackouts.

Keeping several months of fuel is costly - Perry's plan was to eliminate that cost via Federal Subsidy. The goal was grid reliability and not money.

Keeping several months worth of fuel onsite is a cost which does not contribute to company profits. The cost of all that reserve fuel represents money which could instead have been used to pay down capital debts, or pay out dividends to shareholders. Power companies which choose to wear this kind of expense are at a competitive disadvantage compared to power companies which run leaner operations, by running their reserves down to the bare minimum. The expense of keeping fuel in reserve impacts market share and company growth; consumers frequently flock to the lowest price energy service, without considering the long term consequences.

Rick Perry’s plan would have eliminated the financial penalty for keeping a fuel reserve onsite, by compensating power companies for the cost of maintaining substantial fuel reserves.

More at the site.  alt.energy is not reliable. Fun stuff to play around with but...

But it's OK when Bill does it...

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Great examination into the hypocrisy of BillG:

As they say: "I wll believe it is a crisis when the people who are telling me it is a crisis start acting like it is a crisis"

Half measures? Not even close - Texas

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This ties in to my post earlier this morning.
Biden's effort was a 30.314% measure. From Texas Governor Greg Abbott:

White House Partially Approves Governor Abbott’s Request For A Major Disaster Declaration
Governor Greg Abbott today announced that President Biden has partially approved Texas' request for a Major Disaster Declaration. The Governor requested the Major Disaster Declaration on Thursday for Individual Assistance and Public Assistance in all 254 counties. The Biden administration approved the request for Individual Assistance in 77 counties and for Public Assistance (Emergency Protective Measures Only) in all 254 counties.

The Governor and the Texas Division of Emergency Management will continue to work to ensure the federal government provides appropriate assistance to individual Texans as well as to the state and local governments.

"I thank President Biden for his assistance as we respond to impacts of winter weather across our state," said Governor Abbott. "While this partial approval is an important first step, Texas will continue to work with our federal partners to ensure all eligible Texans have access to the relief they need. The funds provided under the Major Disaster Declaration may provide crucial assistance to Texans as they begin to repair their homes and address property damage.”

The Individual Assistance is immediate and very proactive. These people will get taken care of now. The other 70% of Texas will have to wait for their individual claims to be processed. No word as to how many Washington Bureaucrats will be available for this work load.

FEMA is a very well-run organization but it is controlled by the people who run it and what they do is up to the Biden administration. My guess is that if President Trump were still in office, there would have been FEMA trucks sitting there a week ago.  Again, the storm was very well forecast. No surprise there.

Dinner at home tonight

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Didn't stop for Thai food - got some left-over soup and finishing that off. Got a lot done today.

The new owners' daughter and her family are doing some remodeling of the place - adding some lighting and a new coat of paint.  Looks great. 

Back in a bit - time to get Chef Mike working his magic on the soup and fire up the toaster oven for some bread. Dogs fed - they got a nice long run today as tomorrow is going to be busy - two trips to Bellingham. Up there Monday for signing. Nice to have that part of my life closed out and done with.

Back in a bit...

The students are revolting

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Silliness in the silly city - from Campus Reform:

Students demand removal of George Washington statue...at University of Washington
The University of Washington's Black Student Union has garnered nearly 8,000 signatures on a petition that demands the school remove a statue of George Washington, the school's - and the state's - namesake. 

The petition claims the statue "perpetuates white supremacy and preserves its historical imposition," because George Washington owned slaves.  

The offending statue is part of the university's history: It is the product of a years-long campaign by the Daughters of the American Revolution, which raised $6,000 by "encourag[ing] schoolchildren from all over the state to contribute their pennies, no more than five cents apiece." The statue has stood on campus since 1909. 

The petition also proposes cutting ties with the Seattle Police Department, disarming the university police, increasing funding for the American Ethnic Studies Department, and hiring more Black faculty members, among other policies.

Geez - what a bunch of whiney little self-important babies. So glad I moved out of there 20 years ago - the place has seriously gone downhill. Don't even visit anymore.

Update from the Mars rover

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Perseverance went offline earlier today - NASA scientists are going over the data:


Now this will be fun to watch

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Guessing that it will be a real stemwinder - from FOX News:

Trump to speak at CPAC conference in first public appearance post-White House
Former President Trump will make his first major public appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) conference later this month, Fox News has learned.

Traditionally held outside of Washington, D.C., the 2021 CPAC conference will kick off in Orlando, Fla., on Thursday.

Trump is expected to address the conference on Sunday, Feb. 28, two sources told Fox News.

Be catching that one live - figured he would be there in one capacity or another. Time to start holding their feet to the fire - get the deep state identified, personalized and moved out of power.

And out for the day - Bellingham

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Heading out for a dog walk, coffee, read for a little bit and then to Bellingham.  Want to get there around 1:00 PM or so.

No posting today - should be back sometime around dinnertime.  Maybe stop for Thai food on the way back - have not been there for a while.

Cold and overcast - supposed to start raining this afternoon. Got that pineapple express headed our way.

Relaxing sanctions with Iran? Done. Taking care of the people of Texas? That will take a while - from The Federalist:

One Week Into Texas Winter Disaster, Biden Finally Plans To Meet With FEMA
One week after a winter storm made its way across the United States to Texas, leaving millions without electricity, heat, and access to food and water, President Joe Biden finally signaled his intent on Friday to meet with Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Bob Fenton and potentially sign a major disaster declaration following pressure from Texas officials.

“The major declaration that the governor is requesting now allows me to not only do more things to repair permanent infrastructure, but also the ability to help individuals. So we just got that this morning, and we’ll be evaluating that and meeting with the president here to discuss it later on today,” Fenton said on “CBS This Morning.”

They had a solid forecast for the storm two weeks in advance of it hitting.  FEMA can not operate without direct orders from the State and from the President. Governor Abbott was very proactive in getting them in there but the act of Declaring a National Emergency can not happen without an order from the President.  This declaration will free up a lot of resources - aid, supplies, infrastructure reinforcement, cash. Why did Biden delay until just now? Can't be bothered with a Red State?

Here are two examples of President Trump's actions:

That is how you do it. You don't sit around on your thumbs taking naps and avoiding the press.

The emperor's new clothes

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People are starting to notice - from Australia's Sky News:

‘Never before’ has the leader of the free world been ‘so cognitively compromised’
It is clear US President Joe Biden is not up to the task he has been “sworn in to do”, according to Sky News host Cory Bernardi.

“Never before has the leader of the free world been so cognitively compromised,” Mr Bernardi said

“It’s clear to me at the least that US President Joe Biden is struggling with dementia and is clearly not up to the task he’s been sworn in to do.”

More at the site (talking about the Town Hall) as well as a great video.

And it is NADAs all the way down

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Surfed and surfed - I really did. Looking for anything that caught my interest but nothing. NADA Zip Zero.
From the very first page to the very last page.  Nothing.  It's a fscking desert out there I tell you.

Bellingham tomorrow so watch some videos (really hope that the internet fairies have been prolific in that department - they have been slacking off these last few days) and then to dreamland.

ALSO:  Interesting bit of trivia.  I have serious drainage issues at the house here. I knew this going into the project so it is not a surprise.  Just a bit of applied engineering that needs to be done. I will be using French Drains for the yard. Run into a sump and discharged through part of an earlier system and into the ocean.

Turns out that the term of art French Drain comes from their inventor: Henry Flagg French who literally wrote the book on farm and land drainage. One of Henry and Anne's four children was the renowned sculptor Daniel Chester French. Daniel's best known work is the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Washington D.C. Lincoln Memorial.

Still NADA

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The Supreme Court was supposed to decide today whether to hear the voter fraud cases in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Michigan - still no word.

Heading out to get some stuff for dinner and to check the mailbox - got some things in transit for the garage.

Got nothing so far

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A break for a late lunch and a surf.  NADA

Doing laundry and working in the garage. Got a pineapple express moving through this weekend but it is expected to only hit the highlands - showers forecast for lowland areas but nothing out of the ordinary.  We will see. Back to work.

Morning routine

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Got the fire built back up, had breakfast and heading out for a dog walk and some coffee.

Working at home today - some communications.  Got another meeting Monday so getting the agenda together for that. The usual stuff... Might even get to a welding project (got a couple in the queue) or some of the painting in the garage.

More spew in a couple of hours.  Nothing much happening out there so far.

Posted at Prepare for Change:

I’m a clinical lab scientist, C19 is fake, WAKE UP AMERICA
I’m a clinical lab scientist

I have a PhD in virology and immunology. I’m a clinical lab scientist and have tested 1500 “supposed” positive Covid 19 samples collected here in S. California. When my lab team and I did the testing through Koch’s postulates and observation under a SEM (scanning electron microscope), we found NO Covid in any of the 1500 samples.

What we found was that all of the 1500 samples were mostly Influenza A and some were influenza B, but not a single case of Covid, and we did not use the B.S. PCR test. We then sent the remainder of the samples to Stanford, Cornell, and a few of the University of California labs and they found the same results as we did, NO COVID. They found influenza A and B. All of us then spoke to the CDC and asked for viable samples of COVID, which CDC said they could not provide as they did not have any samples. We have now come to the firm conclusion through
all our research and lab work, that the COVID 19 was imaginary and fictitious.

The flu was called Covid and most of the 225,000 dead were dead through co-morbidities such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, emphysema etc. and they then got the flu which further weakened their immune system and they died. I have yet to find a single viable sample of Covid 19 to work with. We at the 7 universities that did the lab tests on these 1500 samples are now suing the CDC for Covid 19 fraud. the CDC has yet to send us a single viable, isolated and purifed sample of Covid 19. If they can’t or won’t send us a viable sample, I say there is no Covid 19, it is fictitious. The four research papers that do describe the genomic extracts of the Covid 19 virus never were successful in isolating and purifying the samples. All the four papers written on Covid 19 only describe small bits of RNA which were only 37 to 40 base pairs long which is NOT A VIRUS. A viral genome is typically 30,000 to 40,000 base pairs. 

With as bad as Covid is supposed to be all over the place, how come no one in any lab world wide has ever isolated and purified this virus in its entirety? That’s because they’ve never really found the virus, all they’ve ever found was small pieces of RNA which were never identified as the virus anyway.

No attribution at the site but it sounds plausible.  The PCR test is horrible - up to 90% false positive.

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