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    • Sun, May 09, 2021 - 07:18am

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      Simon & Aliza

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      Part of our struggle

    Heard a good quote the other day on this very subject:

    “Man is a species with a Neanderthal brain, using Medieval systems, but has been given ‘God-Like’ technology….”

    No wonder we’re such a mess.

    • Mon, Apr 26, 2021 - 01:21pm

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      Excellent!

    Just sent you a private message, hopefully will show up in your inbox if the Gods of the Copybook Headings still have a truce with the Gods of the Internet.

    • Mon, Apr 26, 2021 - 10:55am

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      Location, scale & technology?

    To go along with Roosterrancher’s thoughts, be interested in knowing where you hope to farm (if you’re thinking along those lines), how big you imagine going (homesteading vs commercial) & what level of technology you’d like to see practiced (hand tools & draft animals vs methane digesters & precision ag)? Some great resources among the subscriber base here, & certainly doors that could be opened for you by folks from here!

    One of the great things about farming is that there are a million ways to do it. One of the hard things about farming is that there are a million ways to do it!

    • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 03:54am

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      VAERS reports

    Sorry QB, forgot to include the VAERS status of the anecdotes I’ve shared. None of them were reported.

    • Fri, Apr 16, 2021 - 03:40am

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      Anecdotal data point, mechanism unclear…

    Another concerning incident, relayed to me on a farm visit:

    Wife of a dairy farmer, mother of 2, late 20s, very healthy, runner, nursing student, very pro-vax…. has an IUD so they don’t have to worry about her getting pregnant while in school, hasn’t had a period in a year & a half, gets her second shot of Pfizer vax with the whole nursing program & a few days later has a very intense period. Talking about it with a classmate, discovers that she’s experiencing the same thing (on an IUD, etc…)

    Not sure of the mechanics of this data point, but concerning enough.

    As many have said here, thinking of some of brushhog’s comments in particular, I think this will be a hard line for our family for the foreseeable future. As the data changes, we may change, but with all of these stories, we’ll fight tooth & nail to keep the jab out of our kids until they’re 18 anyway… then I guess we’ll have the same worries as Quercus Bicolor.

    What a crazy world.

    • Thu, Apr 15, 2021 - 02:24pm

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      Another anecdotal data point

    Relaying the story from our ER nurse friend to a client today, she told me the story that had convinced her not to get the jab, even though her employer was pushing it….

    Mid 50s friend of the family, no known health issues, no family history of stroke or clotting issues, fairly active, coached kids basketball… had a stroke & died on the way to the hospital. He’d had the Moderna jab 2 weeks before.

    The lady who relayed this to me has had very severe reactions to vaccines in the past, so this was enough for her to say No Friggin Way to being part of this experiment.

    Yeah, she of course doesn’t know for sure that its double counting, but she hae seen enough other questionable things being done around COVID data reporting that she expects that’s the case.

    • Thu, Apr 15, 2021 - 06:05am

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      ER nurse friend also said, at least in her ER…

    Second text from the ER nurse/goat farmer….

     

    Also, feel free to spread this. Even when a patient comes in with a positive test result (((I’m talking, literally coming from the docs office where they tested her to the ER))) they make us re-test ‘just to be sure’. How bout that for inflation of case numbers? I think perhaps if you’re REALLY suspicious of a test being wrong, it would more so be a false negative you’d be concerned about. But a false positive? Sounds like an easy 2 for 1 deal on upping those positive case numbers to me. I highly doubt the cdc takes multiple tests on the same patient into account, I think they just count positive results. I could be wrong but I doubt it.

    • Thu, Apr 15, 2021 - 05:57am

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      Report from a free thinking ER nurse friend

    Got this via text this morning from a nurse friend/goat farmer. She works in the ER of a small rural hospital here in Maine. She gave me permission to repost with her name removed. She reports seeing a significant number of ER patients with very likely vaccine-related issues that never get reported as vaccine events.

     

    What do you know…yesterday had a healthy 50 yo male patient with no hx of clotting disorders or family hx of strokes come in with ischemic stroke after receiving none other than the J&J jab a few days ago. You think the doctors gave two shits about that fact? Or the facts that he was not obese, a non smoker, only occasional drinker yet somehow had a full-on, face drooping, losing control of his left arm stroke? They fucking refuse to connect the dots. They literally said ‘I don’t care what caused the stroke, we are just going to treat it’s. Well, duh. Of course we are going to treat this stroke, but isn’t it your due diligence and within your hippocratic oath as an MD to report this?! Even if it wasn’t caused solely by the vax, you can’t tell me that it was just a coincidence and let it slide. They literally made no mention of the patient having received the vax in their doc to doc report or anything. And of course gave me attitude when I questioned them. “A”, reporting the facts to those who care!! Lol.

    • Fri, Apr 02, 2021 - 01:16pm

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      Thank you VTGothic

    Thanks VTGothic for being willing to help us make the personal connections that we’re going to need in the darkening days ahead. Keep those candles burning.

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