Thursday, December 23, 2021

*Insert Name Here* Brought To You By Pfizer....






It's For The "Greater Good"

Sent in a comment by reader Rob....







101 Toys From The 1960's






Ivermectin for COVID-19: real-time meta analysis of 71 studies


  The other day I got an email from Bear Claw asking if I had heard of this story:


 The New Hampshire Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) recently made some waves in our state when they attempted to remove two children from their home after learning that the father had administered Ivermectin to his teenage boy a few days earlier.



As I was scrolling twitter there was a post discussing the same story. In the links, a commenter 

added a link to this website that has been documenting and analyzing Ivermectin studies.

Dig deep, if you like, there is a lot to digest....  <<<<

Wednesday, December 22, 2021

and Now, Something To Put A Little Bump In Your Step AND a Christmas Present...





 As far as the Christmas present goes. We have a new submittal for the FFFF post.

On Christmas Eve "Mrs. Robinson" will be featured somewhere in the post.


That is all.


Carry on.



8 Minutes Of Some Insane Items That Were In The Build Back Better Bill....


  Joe Manchin  saved us.




Bleak Christmas...


  I was out most of the morning running errands and getting shit done. It really 

doesn't feel like Christmas Eve is two days away. 

 Very minimal decorations to be seen and just a general malaise in the air is the 

only way I can describe it.



Sunday, December 19, 2021

We Were Against The Vaccine Before We Were For The Vaccine.....







OMG!! It's A "Viral Blizzard" according to the Free Candy Network.... AND Someone is 1/1024 infected with covid...

  Now it's a viral "blizzard"  next up will be a viral "hurricane" then earthquake, volcano, nuclear blast........ etc.



(CNN) — The coronavirus will hit millions of Americans in a “viral blizzard” within a few weeks as infections from the Omicron variant pile on top of Delta, an expert predicts.

Already, hospitalizations are rising as the holiday season gets into full swing. Long lines for Covid-19 testing formed Thursday in metro areas, including New York, Boston and Miami.

The Delta variant remains a problem. And Omicron, with its high transmissibility, could strike millions more soon, said Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota.

“We’re really just about to experience a viral blizzard,” Osterholm told CNN’s Erin Burnett on Thursday. “In the next three to eight weeks, we’re going to see millions of Americans are going to be infected with this virus, and that will be overlaid on top of Delta, and we’re not yet sure exactly how that’s going to work out.”


Omicron will cause a serious strain on the health care system as more workers will likely get sick, Osterholm said, even though most cases from Omicron seem to be mild.

“What you have here right now is a potential perfect storm,” Osterholm said. “I’ve been very concerned about the fact that we could easily see a quarter or a third of our health care workers quickly becoming cases themselves.”

Other signs include:

  • New Orleans says it will require kids ages 5 to 11 be vaccinated before entering public schools, restaurants and other businesses.
  • Colleges and universities are returning to online learning.
  • Sports leagues are postponing games due to players testing positive.
  • Broadway shows are canceling performances.

Andy Slavitt, a former senior pandemic adviser to President Joe Biden, said that while tools such as vaccines are now available rather than during last winter’s surge, “a very rough January” lies ahead due to Omicron.

“For the health care workers, the hospitals, for people who are sick, even sick with things other than Covid, that represents a real danger and a real threat,” Slavitt told CNN’s Don Lemon on Thursday.

Two indicators are up about 40 percent in the last month, according to data from Johns Hopkins University: the seven-day average of new cases topped 120,000; and the total number of hospitalizations stands at more than 68,000.

The seven-day average for deaths was 1,286 as of Thursday, an 8% increase from a month ago, the data show.

Getting vaccinated or boosted remains key as millions of Americans get ready for holiday travel.

Recent lab studies of blood taken from vaccinated people and exposed to Omicron showed the variant can evade some protection offered by two doses of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine, but a booster dose restores much of that immunity, researchers reported Wednesday. The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine has shown similar results.

On Thursday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed its recommendations for Covid-19 vaccines to make clear that shots made by Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech are preferred over Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine.

The daily rate of vaccinations is up around 22% from a month prior, according to CDC data, with more than half being booster doses. At the current pace, it will take more than two months for at least half of adults to get a Covid-19 booster, according to a CNN analysis of CDC data.

Biden said Thursday that vaccinations and boosters are essential to keeping businesses and holiday gatherings safe.

“For the unvaccinated, we are looking at a winter of severe illness and death,” he said. “But there’s good news if you’re vaccinated and you have your booster shot, you’re protected from severe illness and death.” 

Time to call the medicine man...........

♫♪♫..N'oubliez Jamais ♫♪♫


  My musical taste is quite varied.  I tend toward rock, progressive as many readers are aware from

the songs I share. I enjoy good guitar work and songs that can elicit emotion or thought through 

great lyrics.

Yesterday afternoon I heard this song for the first time at a Christmas gathering. I had to 

replay it a couple times...


Mornin' Misinformation..... UPDATED..


 and some don't understand why I don't trust any of them. AT. ALL......





Try to follow the logic:

 Here is the link to the video that I found on twitter. 

Open a new tab in your browser and go to Twitter video downloader 

Paste that link above into the paste tweet URL area and download the video.

You can also right click the video at the beginning and "save video as"