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    Tuesday, August 17, 2021, 11:22 AM

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Chris joins Evie and the PP team to discuss the growing hysteria that seems to be taking over our society.  We will see this showing up in our daily lives, and this webinar opens up a vital conversation about how to navigate the changing terrain.

The webinar happened on August 19, 2021 and the replay video is available here.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 3:04pm

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    wotthecurtains

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    wotthecurtains said:

    Really excited for this one.  I've been thinking a lot about the "new skills" that will be required to navigate the new political environment.

    Both how to "get by" and how to be influential in a positive way.

     

    Just got through Dr Malone's latest interview and towards the end he said (paraphrase): "This idea that you present people with the data and the logic, it just doesn't work".

     

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 3:42pm

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    Blaggers said:

    Julius Reuchel wrote about exactly that same thing recently.

    A frightened mind seeks certainty because certainty feels safe, which is why a frightened mind rejects anything that undermines the feeling of certainty. Uncertainty is scary. This desire for certainty makes people savagely hostile to conflicting data and capable of entertaining the wildest of logical fallacies. The facts simply do not matter to their feelings. People only begin to seek out data after the spell begins to break. Something else must first plant that initial seed of doubt.

    Uncertainty is uncomfortable so if it cannot be pushed aside, then and only then will the mind enlist rational thought processes to work through the dilemma in order to regain a sense of certainty. That is the psychological game we need to play. We need to create the sense of uncertainty that forces our frightened peers to enlist their rational minds. Once doubt sets in, the data will take them the rest of the way.

    Thus, the willingness to look at data is merely the second step along each individual person's journey to recognizing that the emperor has no clothes. Much of our effort in this battle for our freedom has been focused on that second step. More data. But the first step along that path requires planting the initial seed of doubt. How do you seed doubt without data?

    The simple reality is that this first step is fought with symbolism, with herd psychology, and with the courage to bear the cost of speaking out when others will not. Navigating this first step is the focus of this essay because that is where we are falling short.

    To plant a seed of doubt, to help people take that first step, it is not what you say that matters so much as being seen to say it, out loud, in public, in a way that allows you to be identified and counted, and being willing to face the music when the world can see what you really think. And saying it over and over again, relentlessly, until enough voices join in, until the counter chorus can no longer be dismissed as fringe. Doubt is created by breaking the illusion of consensus.

    https://www.juliusruechel.com/2021/07/the-emperor-has-no-clothes-finding.html

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 4:30pm

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    Dr. Malone Video

    WOT,

    I am sure it is probably somewhere in another thread, but do you mind pointing me to the latest Dr. Malone video that you were referring to?

    Thanks,

    Nick

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 4:38pm

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    Dr. Malone Video

    Nickythec,

    I think that this is the video you want.

    It is a great video.

    Malone

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 4:46pm

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    MariaDWhite said:

    Well, propaganda has been in the business of seeding doubt forever. And after seeding doubt, providing its own cherry-picked data. That's what you have to fight these days. People who believe in cherry-picked data, and have been told that they're special for knowing that special cherry-picked data most people don't know about.

    You have to start by telling people that single units of information are, by themselves, pretty much worthless. After they've been told their entire lives things to the effect that if you have that special "key" data, you are special. In effect, you are fighting against one of the pillars of Western civilization being weaponized. (You know, in the beginning was the special Word and all that).

     

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 5:07pm

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    Dr. Malone Video

    Yep thats the one

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 5:20pm

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    Julius Ruechel

    That Emperor Wears No Clothes article was so good.

    Julius Reuchel was a guest on the Trish Wood is Critical podcast from June 18. The episode was called "Investigative Writer Julius Ruechel Flips COVID Upside Down".

    Dr. Pierre Kory was also a guest this past Friday (Aug. 6th) "Fighting for Ivermectin". Dr. Kory starts about 40 min in if you want to skip to that part.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 5:36pm

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    Titanium Dioxide in horse paste??? Please help

    I just read in one of the posts that horse paste contains titanium dioxide which is a nanoparticle cancerogen
    I am really alarmed since as a Canadian I can't get human IVM.

    That means that taking it as prophylaxis is out of question now.

    Would the dose needed for treatment of illness be safe for consumption?
    Is there another veterinary IVM that is safer?

    Please help!!!

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 5:40pm

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    HCQ vs Quinine Sulfate

    Does anyone know if Quinine Sulfate can replace HCQ for covid profilaxis?
    I can get Quinine Sulfate pills, 500mg. How does that compare to HCQ 200mg weekly, recommended by dr Zelenko?

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 5:56pm

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    TiO2 study

    Here is a link for titanium dioxide toxicity to peruse. I am glad my COVID exposure is now over as I will be cutting out my favorite horse paste treats tomorrow.

    https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/news/titanium-dioxide-e171-no-longer-considered-safe-when-used-food-additive

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:01pm

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    Titanium dioxide is found in many foods and vitamin supplements

    B B, check out https://www.webmd.com/diet/titanium-dioxide-in-food#1 .  You'll learn that titanium dioxide is found in many substances humans consume.

    You can find titanium dioxide in products like:

    • ‌Milk
    • Coffee creamer
    • Salad dressing
    • Candy and sweets
    • Chocolate
    • Chewing gum
    • Snacks
    • Sauces
    • Vitamin supplements

    The cancer worries appear to be based on rat studies where the titanium dioxide was absorbed through the lungs, not the digestive tract.

    The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified titanium dioxide as possibly carcinogenic to humans, based on studies that showed more lung tumors in rats associated with breathing in titanium dioxide.

    Be sure to wear a good fitting mask when sanding any painted surfaces, especially if it involves white paint, because that whiteness is from titanium dioxide.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:01pm

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    Lack of abusive responses

    I'm just happy to be part of this forum for as long as I can.  Still adjusting to the lack of abusive responses to my posts.  Not 100% (little bits of anger floating around the forum) but so much easier to ignore when multiple people aren't piling in.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:02pm

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    Joegrane said:

    I don't know but many months ago Dr Z. tweeted that people who cannot obtain HCQ might try quercetin.  I saw a paper from several years ago where lab study suggested quercetin and EGCG from green tea also move zinc into cells. let me know if you want the link.    I've heard that quercetin can lower blood pressure too much in some people.

    One of the doctors listed on the FLCCC site said he also likes the lef.org zinc acetate lozenges.  We in our family agree with the doctor.  We've used them with good success time after time over the years upon the start of a sore throat.   We also used them along with the FLCCC protocol when we got our dance with the C19 virus.  We all did pretty well.  My 87 yr old father never even bothered to call his doctor but did take a couple months to fully regain his stamina.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:02pm

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    titanium dioxide

    I don't know whether the horse paste has this or not.  This is the first I've heard of it.  That aside, I was just today listening to a health presentation (sorry it's not freely available so I can't link to it) where titanium dioxide was brought up.  It was pointed out that it is a nanoparticle and considered a carcinogen.  This was presented in the context that it is widely used as a food coloring in all sorts of common products.  The point being that for optimum health you should avoid processed foods because of things like this.

    In this context I personally would look at it this way.  If it's in the horse paste that does make the paste less than ideal.  However, even though I know better I still eat processed foods, though far less than I used to.  I'm pretty sure I'm consuming this already.  It's not causing acute injury in me, though it certainly has the chance to build up to something over time.  If I compare that to the potential threat of not treating Covid, a much more acute danger, I'm not going to hesitate at all to take the horse paste due to titanium dioxide.  I could likely offset any potential ill effects of it by making my diet even cleaner so it is dealing with fewer carcinogens overall to neutralize and has better resources to do so.  Of course, doing this would also be helping my body be better able to deal with a covid infection.  So for me, eat better, and don't worry about titanium dioxide in the horse paste (if it's really in there).

    Others may feel differently, but that's my perspective on it.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:10pm

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    B B said:

    Thank you. It is hard to know how much of TiO2 is in the horse paste, but it looks like it is not that unsafe, since it's been used in even in baby food for years, maybe decades.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:18pm

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    Duravet ingredients

    If titanium dioxide was an ingredient it would be listed, not as proprietary but as an ingredient. https://www.durvet.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Ivermectin-Paste_Bimeda_112015_SDS.pdf

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:26pm

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    B B said:

    Thank you. Durvet horse paste is clear and yellowish, so I don't see how it contains titanium dioxide which would make at whitish and opaque. Hmmm. In any case I will be using for treatment, but still not sure about prophylaxis at recommended doses.
    It would be really good to clarify whether TiO2 is there at all. I understood the paste is pure IVM with added apple flavor.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:37pm

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    B B said:

    Thank you. Now, I wonder what "proprietary" ingredients are. 🙂

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:40pm

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    titanium dioxide is in one brand of horse paste

    Titanium dioxide is found in Eqvalan horse paste.  It's 2% of the total.  Eqvalan horse paste is opaque white.  Duramectin is a translucent yellow.  I do not know if it contains titanium dioxide, but if it does, it would be less than the amount in Eqvalan.

    Page one of the MSDS:

    In post 10, https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/news/titanium-dioxide-e171-no-longer-considered-safe-when-used-food-additive was used as an argument that titanium is unsafe.  That is NOT what that link claims.  The EFSA is claiming that they cannot determine if it is safe, which is wildly different than claiming it is unsafe.

    3. What is EFSA saying in its 2021 opinion on the safety of titanium dioxide as a food additive?

    After conducting a review of all the relevant available scientific evidence, EFSA concluded that a concern for genotoxicity of TiO2 particles cannot be ruled out.

    and

    5. Is EFSA banning titanium dioxide?

    No. EFSA’s role was limited to evaluating the risks linked to titanium dioxide as a food additive. This included an assessment of relevant scientific information on TiO2, its potential toxicity, and estimates of human dietary exposure. Any legislative or regulatory decisions on the authorisations of food additives are the responsibility of the risk managers (i.e. European Commission and Member States).

    The EFSA is complaining and not doing anything at the same time, like so many other weak spined regulatory agencies.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:41pm

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    titanium dioxide

    If you inhale dry particles of titanium dioxide <= 10 um average diameter, the stuff goes into your lungs and irritates your lung cells.  That mechanical irritation causes cell division and possibly cancer.  For that reason OSHA seems to have classified dry airborne particles of titanium dioxide a carcinogen.

    Titanium is the 9th most abundant element in the earth (found in most rocks/rock dust) and like most elements, is found in its stable, oxidized forms.  It is used everywhere, especially in paints where flat opaque flakes of the stuff are used to block background color and allow color dyes to be seen, and thus providing white cakes, candies etc.

    It is important to stay away from sniffing or inhaling small particles of silicates and titanium dioxide such as found in rock dust.  A good quality painters mask, which filters small particles or an N95 mask should be used when sanding things. This is what you should worry about regarding titanium dioxide, in my opinion.

    By the way, you can make a solar cell out of titanium dioxide and a common food dye in your kitchen, but it wont last long.

    CM is a toxicologist and might correct me if I am wrong.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 6:43pm

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    Horse paste "proprietary" ingredients safety

    All joking aside, we should figure out what exactly is in horse paste and if it safe for prolonged human consumption

    https://www.durvet.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Ivermectin-Paste_Bimeda_112015_SDS.pdf

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 7:02pm

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    TiO2 paper cited by Pappy

    Pappy, thanks for the reference.
    I conclude from the reference that some scientists in Europe have added a new paper to their resumes which concludes that they cannot conclude whether titanium dioxide does or does not cause birth defects.

     

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 7:16pm

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    wotthecurtains said:

    "All joking aside, we should figure out what exactly is in horse paste"

     

    Man that ingredient list is a hoot.  It contains Ivermectin and then Proprietary and Proprietary.   Thanks for coming out Durevet.

    disclaimer:  I'm sure this is par for the course.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 7:25pm

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    Robin said:

    I would also consider dosage and duration, as well as risk/ benefits.  While I would not consume it regularly, a week or two treating COVID isn't likely as much of an issue as the exposure we already get in our diets.  Also, if this was my only source of IVM for COVID early treatment, I would use until I could get human form.  It would be ideal to already have human meds from a telemedicine doc before you get sick so you don't have to make these choices, but in a pickle, I would use vs. no early treatments.

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  • Tue, Aug 17, 2021 - 11:39pm

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    Ivermectin ingredients

    Back in the mists of time, I found the OSHA filing for Duramectin, but can't locate it - it's out there somewhere though.

    It had: ivermectin, either corn or castor oil (can't remember which), polysorbate-80 (emulsifier, also used in foods), apple flavour (disputable ;), and aerosil (an anti-caking compound often found in spices).

    I know in Europe some of the horse pastes have titanium dioxide, but those tend to be the white paste ones, not the clear jelly-like ones.

    In any case, given the small amount of ivermectin we're using, versus in food, in make-up, in paint, etc. - I wouldn't be too fussed about it compared to suffering thru covid without it. But that's me.

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  • Thu, Aug 19, 2021 - 5:15pm

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    Can’t attend live, unfortunately

    What a timely focus! Looking forward to it’s rebroadcast. PP is the best community, under the best leadership imaginable.

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  • Thu, Aug 19, 2021 - 5:26pm

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    Looking forward to webinar!

    Hey PP tribe. Will try to participate tonight. Our area was just declared a disaster zone. All is well on our farm but a lot of people in our county in western North Carolina lost belongings, homes. animals, and even some loved ones.

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  • Thu, Aug 19, 2021 - 6:11pm

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    Kathy said:

    Sending prayers your way!

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  • Thu, Aug 19, 2021 - 6:14pm

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    Sending best wishes...

    Oh no! Glad you are okay Samantha and best wishes for those affected 🙏🏻

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  • Thu, Aug 19, 2021 - 7:16pm

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    Carbon nano-particles

    This is the puzzle piece that won't fit.

    What are the carbon nano- particles doing in the brain? How are we supposed to act rationally if we don't have our facilities?

    I place a 5% probability on some fishy 5g link, based upon a Belief that only humans are involved.

    But what if that belief is simple naivete?

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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 6:12am

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    A Sanskrit Prayer for Peace.





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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 10:55am

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    Will you be posting the webinar?

    Will you be posting the webinar so that those of us that couldn’t attend may see it?

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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 12:18pm

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    zekard said:

    Wondering the same?

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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 12:52pm

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    Whitney said:

    Yes, folks! Love the eagerness. You can generally count on us to make the webinars available to Insiders within 24 hours of them being live. It's posted now!

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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 1:40pm

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    Replacement for HCQ

    You might want to look into Nigella sativa, also known under many other names, like black cumin, kalonji or black seeds. These seeds contain thymoquinone, among other great nutrients.

    I've recently started adding the seeds to my diet in small amounts. You can also buy Nigella oil as a supplement. Dosing for prophylactic use is unclear though.

    https://www.sciencedirect(dot)com/science/article/pii/S0965229921001102

    (dot)=.

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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 7:36pm

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    Mary Oliver poem

    I've passed the Mary Oliver poem along to many of my graduating piano students. I love seeing their eyes light up when they read it. Thanks for reminding me, Evie. It's perfect for what we are going through now.

    Here it is:

    One day you finally knew

    what you had to do, and began,

    though the voices around you

    kept shouting

    their bad advice --

    though the whole house

    began to tremble

    and you felt the old tug

    at your ankles.

    "Mend my life!"

    each voice cried.

    But you didn't stop.

    You knew what you had to do,

    though the wind pried

    with its stiff fingers

    at the very foundations,

    though their melancholy

    was terrible.

    It was already late

    enough, and a wild night,

    and the road full of fallen

    branches and stones.

    But little by little,

    as you left their voice behind,

    the stars began to burn

    through the sheets of clouds,

    and there was a new voice

    which you slowly

    recognized as your own,

    that kept you company

    as you strode deeper and deeper

    into the world,

    determined to do

    the only thing you could do --

    determined to save

    the only life that you could save.

    Mary Oliver
    The Journey

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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 9:18pm

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    Speaking of emotions

    You know what really enrages me about that guy who got cut from the transplant list?

    It was the "official" bureaucrat  verbiage of it.  Note the passive verbs.  Note the references to the vaunted committees.

    I would have more respect for these people if they wrote: "Dear Bob, tell your kids you aren't getting a new heart you unvaccinated DICK!"

    I mean, they would still be monsters but at least sort of human...

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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 11:12pm

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    SupplyChain

    I really loved this video…Edie is such a wonderful addition. I have been a follower for so long … but not a poster. With everything I have gained from Chris and this community, and now Evie and the rest of the team…I feel compelled to participate. That said … I wanted to share some boots on the ground experience regarding the shipping situation. My husband and I operate a 3pl in WA… we handle warehousing and we are a freight broker. We do not own trucks, we find drivers who need freight and connect them w our clients commodity that needs to move. We send a ton of freight for our clients to big box retailers. Couple things that have been happening that are really strange. As ports in LA have exceeded capacity, many containers have been re routed to Seattle. The ports are slammed. Since the shut downs they have added this new thing called “ closed area”. We will receive notice of a clients “ last free day” and when we try to schedule a pick up… the port will say….shoot. That’s in a closed area. The client will continue to accrue charges until the port chooses to release the freight. One client was charged over $15k. It’s nuts.

    another fun thing we are dealing with. The container shortage you may read about? Well…we have about 100 sitting in our yards…the port will only accept 2-3 a day right now…Not only are they jamming up our space. They continue to bill our clients for their chassis. Some are receiving $2500 and upwards in fees for containers they have zero control over.

    Husband  and I were on a conference call today w our distribution mgr and a client who imports seasonal items for a large grocery chain. It was heartbreaking to hear their plea’s today…they have so much on the line…and at every point from China to the trucks we send the freight out the door on…they are getting jacked. We are getting their freight so late..our team is working long hours with shorter windows…. It’s so disruptive and feels more and more like it is happening deliberately.

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  • Fri, Aug 20, 2021 - 11:37pm

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    It's fitting after the little bruh-haha that Evie stole the show this time

    What an amazing poem!

    And the girl has a back story too!

    Chris better up his game if he wants to hold onto his chair.

    j/k guys.  I loved this even though I hated having to hear the content.  But I prefer to "front-load" my unhappiness in life.  Just tell me the bad news and let me commisserate about it while I walk the dog.

    Then when the tidal wave gets to where I am, I'm (almost) in the good mood.

    I too think we are in for a long haul here.  I don't have any great answers either, but I sometimes think the West is just the rich family who's money is all gone.  Now we are alone with our craziness and we can no longer afford distractions.

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  • Sat, Aug 21, 2021 - 11:42am

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    horse paste

    Veterinary ivermectin also contains arsenic.

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  • Sat, Aug 21, 2021 - 12:00pm

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    000 said:

    As do many supplements sourced from China, bbbeeecause? soils in many parts of China are very high in arsenic. But buyer beware/educated is always wise.

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