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This sale is going to suck big time .

cuz of this Japanese/Chinese hatred. I got two clients bidding against each other. Now if it was anyone else they would team up and not pound each other. Making it worse is they refuse to NOT bid on the same hip numbers. No matter what happens I'm going to be the shit in the middle. Plus they WILL overbid. Pity I couldn't in good conscience steer them to one of the ones my people are dispersing. 

So ima stuff my face and pretend I'm busy. They won't know my earphones aren't from the sale venue. I learned my lesson here trying to reconcile people who don't want to. Now I just prepare for the inevitable blowback from not taking a side. I refuse to have my name associated with a foolish bidding war. 

Cash and ruffian doesn't care what happened last century. 

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decided I'm going to try it. I have a hell of a tuck and balance. Considering that's how ride. I get much deeper than they do. Might do it here too. Falls can't be much worse than ones I've had already. 

Nothing on east coast like mammoth tho. Although the guy would designed the courses over there worked for the closest resort to me for years. I'm not doing any back country stuff cuz I'm not climbing up. On the other hand lifts kinda freak me out. 

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Cpac is hilarious !!

Listen, I don't mind explaining stuff 2' 3' or even 10xs but I get annoyed when it takes up this much time. This is the last time I'm explaining this. Please refer back to this or all previous replies for any future answers. It's all in here. Meaning that it is all MATHS ok? 

You need to hit a home run. I mean out of the park. 

Those higher prices were distorted by three, yes only (3) horses.  This is the stark reality at the lower levels of the commercial marketplace. Of the 1,004 foals of 2017 (short yearlings in 2018) that sold in all 2018 mixed sales, more than 500 of them sold below the 2018 mixed sale median for 2017 foals, calculated at $9,138 (converting  Sterling, yen, Guinneas etc  to USD ). The big seven-figure sellers make headlines, but more than half of the 2017 foals sold did not even bring $10,000. Nobody's making money on those. This is why you need to cut your losses now as they will only increase. So far we are ahead. Let's stay that way, what say you?  

So explain to me why you would even consider adding more expenses? Let alone cut into your margins by adding the cover costs of using the top tier? That's why I follow " like to like." There is not going to be any better time than now to do this. 

You have one and only one capable of fetching the justified added expense. Believe me I know how hard it is. I had to do this every year. Not on as large of scale of you but it's the same logic. It's only when you dig deep into the figures the truth emerges. They know this. It's why they deliver the figures like they do. Nothing is straightforward. It is just cleverly presented. 

Please for everyone's sake stick to what you know - healthcare.  There are regulations in your biz that don't exist in this venue. Which is most likely hindering your understanding. You are not the first, nor will you be the last to question this. That's why you need me or someone like me.  As soon as you reconcile with this you won't anymore. Rest assured if I need to purchase 1k nebulizers. I will seek your services. 

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decided I'm going to try it. I have a hell of a tuck and balance. Considering that's how ride. I get much deeper than they do. Might do it here too. Falls can't be much worse than ones I've had already. 

Nothing on east coast like mammoth tho. Although the guy would designed the courses over there worked for the closest resort to me for years. I'm not doing any back country stuff cuz I'm not climbing up. On the other hand lifts kinda freak me out. 

Falls 0n snow are much more forgiving than falls on terra firma. Of course cold weather gear is part of protective clothing. The biggest difference from the snow back there and in the sierra is the winter like quality with the powder like fresh snow is much more forgiving to learn on and softer for falling on than snow that sets up to very firm quickly. With your knowledge of steering a horse with your legs, balance and stacking, centering and all you should be a natural. Going fast on horses is similar to ripping on skis and the feeling sne rush is parallel. The better you get the easier it is. Everything starts from the feet and skis connection to the snow then works up the body,  just like other sports balance, centering/stacking, pressure and timing are the key.

There is a reason I have a ski lift pass/ticket. Doing the back country/ cross country thing is great f0r cardio but much different than having fun on alpine equipment and ski lifts. If you can sit on a horse you will get comfortable on a lift quickly, just like you wouldn't jump/fall off a horse on purpose don't jump/fall off a lift. Hundreds of millions of lift rides happen every year with very few serious incidents.

It has been fun having Bodie commentate the skiing and adding his knowledgeable comments and analysis really offering wonderful insight to the competitions. I sincerely hope he is having fun with his position and continues to offer his expertise in the future.

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Working toward "disclosure?"

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-21/wow-thats-weird-foia-exposes-faa-tapes-oregon-ufo-incident

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Questions re: the FL "shooting"...

Was surfing the nodisinfo.com site this morning.  Appears that Aaron Feis (the teacher who was "killed" shielding others) is actually alive and attended the "funeral" of a student.  Another teacher there even said he is still alive.

Some other good questions:

Every high schooler today has a cell/smart phone, and they are attuned to using the camera to video anything at all...why no videos of Cruz with a gun, shooting people, leaving the scene, etc.?

Where are the interviews with the injured, some of whom must be in hospitals in the area?  We had those in the last false flag (Las Vegas), where people with horrible gunshot wounds were smiling and laughing it up, which surgeons said would not be possible, given their condition.

This site says nobody was killed again, like at Sandy Hook. 

All the immediate outbursts for gun control by students and parents "involved,"as opposed to real grief, sure seems to point to another false flag orchestrated to promote disarming Americans in prep for a NWO.

They definitely are working very hard to sway public opinion toward stricter gun rules.

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Good morning ancient money...

Hi,

I just wanted to comment briefly on a few of your posts, I am tending to agree that the entire Florida shooting was a staged and choreographed made for television production. We can clearly see its purpose playing out in the news today.

The UFO leaks or disclosures if you will, seem to point to something up-and-coming. If they can't kick off a thermonuclear war with another superpower, they will simply stage one from outer space, and unlike those who think they would just use a project Bluebeam holographic projection, I think they would reveal some very real man-made secret technology, and pretend it is of alien origins. The whole alien narrative going as far back as Zachariah Stitchen's ancient alien narrative translated from ancient texts, also points to alien intervention, but as far as I can tell, that narrative was equally as bogus.

The translation was accurate, it's just an approximately ten thousand year old  piece of propaganda to begin with.

These beings were, and are native to our planet, and have been here for millions of years.

Some are human, some are not, and they have been a spacefaring, subterranean living collective for eons.

Some have a vested interest in maintaining their secrecy, as well as human enslavement.

Now finally,

You asked good questions pertaining to the Apollo mission, and Green Lantern gave you some very good esoteric evidence,

and Abguy4 is far more knowledgeable on the subject then your average armchair quarterback. His knowledge is first-hand, and should be considered eyewitness testimony. 

Now considering the extreme compartmentalization of knowledge involved, I don't even accept eyewitness testimony at face value, and have thoroughly investigated this myself.

From a perspective on whether or not they were technologically capable of pulling it off, a very thorough investigation on my part has determined that they absolutely were capable of it. They also appear to have good motive for making it appear amongst the "truther community" that it never happened. 

As far as the secrecy, and the anomalies that every conspiracy theorist points to, I have determined that it really happened, but most of the official narrative is bullshit, and there is much, much more to the story.

I have personally looked at many separate pieces of evidence, from a variety of different aspects of the missions, and have come up with at least enough evidence to destroy any myth that we couldn't do it.

But in order to do this, I needed to apply some technology that was easily available for the mission, that has not yet been disclosed to the public.

Since aspects of this suppressed technology could be used for the betterment of humanity, meaning, freedom and liberty from those who maintain their iron clad grip of enslavement over us. This technology, or even the physics on which it is based  constitutes our shadow government's biggest secrets.

I hope this explains why our trip to the moon is so sacrosanct, and the avalanche of bullshit surrounding it still dominates the narrative/ discussion.

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try a snowboard, too...gobs of fun, and a little less work than skis.  We want pics.  wink

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Thanks Mr. Fix

Appreciate the commentary on Apollo moon landings and FL shooting.

My brother-in-law worked for a government contractor that sold  (and still sells) directly to technical government agencies (read: war and aerospace equipment) and other government contractors.

He recently retired, and he was not at the top of the executive chart, but was more middle management, but he was there 30-some years.  He traveled a lot, went out with "the boys" at these places a lot, as he was in sales, and shmoozed a lot with them, as was expected of someone in sales.

He said when they had a few drinks, some of them opened up a bit--but not too much.  He said the same thing you have been saying for years--that there is technical expertise and equipment far beyond what we the people can imagine.  He also said that some very astute people he ran into have been working on discovering different dimensions, and he was told, somewhat secretively, that they think, based on what they have found, there could be as many as 7 or 8 dimensions that exist--maybe more.

So, while I agree that the deep state keeps many, many secrets about many, many things from us (in order to maintain their power, wealth and control, of course), I still am not sure about the moon landings. 

The biggest question mark I have is regarding the Van Allen radiation belts.  We haven't sent anybody to them since the proclaimed moon missions.  Some say we can't survive it no matter what we do. 

I'm not sure about that, though.  If they really have something like a tractor beam, they could avoid traveling through it, meaning if we really did land on the moon, it wasn't the way we were told.

Re: Florida shooting, it smells bad, like another rancid false flag attack.  A couple of sites have put up enough questions and tied together so many dots, that it certainly looks like an orchestrated event similar to Sandy Hook.

I am still not sure if any people died or not...the parents of the "dead" kids that they have paraded before the cameras all seem so gun-control possessed, it is impossible for me to see them as real, or believable.  I know if my teen age son or daughter had been killed, my grief would be so great, I could not feel anger, or any other emotion for weeks, or months afterward. 

No, these people, if they experience grief, hide it well. 
They are completely composed, and a few days after losing a child, they are able to go off on rants regarding gun control--and gun control ONLY!

Not better school security. 

Not the fact that "gunfree" zones (like schools) always post this inanity on their premises, are read by killers as:

"open season: sitting ducks inside." 

They do not ask for armed guards, or armed teachers.  No--ONLY more gun control.

Looks and smells like another setup to me.

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The killer radiation

The killer radiation

Claim: Apollo astronauts could not have traveled to the moon as a giant belt of lethal space radiation, the Van Allen Belts, would have frazzled them.

Why it's nonsense: These so called Van Allen belts, where the Earth's magnetic field collects solar radiation, would be dangerous only if people were to hang out there for several days. The astronauts whizzed through in a matter of hours, and received a radiation dose similar to an X-ray. "You can pass through quite safely as long as you don't linger too long,"

The fluttering flag

Claim: The planted US flag waves in the wind, which is impossible without an atmosphere.

Why it's nonsense: The flag doesn't move in any of the videos except when touched by Neil Armstrong or Buzz Aldrin. But then the lack of atmosphere and friction stops it settling quickly, as it would on Earth. "If it moved it would have kept moving. No wind is needed," says Doug Millard at the Science Museum in London.

The shifty shadows

Claim: Pictures show shadows cast by objects on the surface at different angles. There must have been multiple light sources, such as in a TV studio.

Why it's nonsense: A low sun and uneven surface can distort the angles of shadows in images. But if there were multiple light sources, why does each object cast only one shadow? "The moon is an alien place and people who raise these questions simply aren't in a position to comment about what we should expect there," Millard says. "Only 12 guys have been there and know this stuff for real."

The phantom photographers

Claim: Images taken of astronauts arriving on the moon and blasting off again would need someone else there with a camera.

Why it's nonsense: Armstrong's small step was shot by a camera mounted on the outside of the Eagle lander. Still photos of his arrival taken from further away are actually of Aldrin, snapped by Armstrong. Remote cameras left on the moon could easily track departures.

The missing flame

Claim: There was no exhaust flame from the lunar module when it blasted back off the moon. Therefore, it was a model pulled up on a wire.

Why it's nonsense: The Saturn V rocket burnt liquid oxygen and kerosene on blast-off, which provides a fiery plume. The lunar lander ran on nitrogen tetroxide and Aerozine 50, which doesn't. Its exhaust gases were transparent.

The absent stars

Claim: Space is full of stars, so why do they not appear in photographs taken on the moon?

Why it's nonsense: The astronauts took pictures of brightly lit, shiny white objects. In these conditions, cameras need a fast exposure time and small aperture, making it impossible to capture faint background objects. Guardian photographer Graeme Robertson says: "They would have used a really fast shutter speed so everything in the background would just be black."

The faked footprint

Claim: The famous footprints on the lunar surface needed water to form. Otherwise they would settle out, as they do in dry sand.

Why it's nonsense: Moon dust is a different size and shape from sand and doesn't need moisture to hold a compressed shape. Many powders on Earth can behave in the same way. Walk in spilt talcum powder and see.

The coke bottle

Claim: An Australian lady, known as Una Ronald, claimed to have seen a Coke bottle kicked across the moon during the Apollo 11 landing. It must have been filmed in a studio.

Why it's nonsense: Where to start? Una, if she exists, saw something that the rest of the watching world missed, and of which zero evidence survives. Hardly likely to be the real thing.

The rock prop

Claim: A moon rock photographed on the later Apollo 16's mission is marked with a "C". It's a prop and shows the whole thing was staged.

Why it's nonsense: The C doesn't appear in the original Nasa negatives or prints. Under close magnification, it looks like a hair or fibre that has contaminated a later reproduction.

The Hubble cover-up

Claim: Nasa could end all the moon conspiracy claims by using the Hubble space telescope to take pictures of the equipment left behind.

Why it's nonsense: While Hubble has sent back astonishing images - galaxies, supernovae and nebulae - they are all very, very big. The largest piece of man-made rubbish on the moon is the descent stage of the Eagle lander, about 10m across. That's just too small for Hubble to see.

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One of my more challenging questions...

It has been said that the lunar module could not possibly have had the battery power required by life support alone, never mind all of the experiments being run on the lunar surface, and that it was an incredibly close call on Apollo 11.

On Apollo 11, they were only there for a couple of hours.

By Apollo 17, they were there for three days, and running around in an electric dune buggy for a good chunk of that.

So where did all of this extra electricity come from?

Being someone who was already up to my eyeballs in studying how to draw electricity from the ether, I quickly recognized a Apollo 11 experiment, but, I think the explanation is bogus.

First off, we have some images to look at:

Image result for Apollo 11 seismic experiment Image

This is supposed to be a seismic experiment.

Here's a picture of its deployment:Image result for Apollo 11 seismic experiment Image

Here's the official explanation as to what it was, developed by M I T:

Image result for Apollo 11 seismic experiment Image

Part for part, the drawing is accurate, but all of the labels on it are not. 

The part called "passive seismic experiment" I would call a Grays tube. The "isotope heater", is a high-voltage coil.

I've looked at dozens of pictures of this experiment, and would relabel most of it, but all of the working parts are there.

Basically, it's one of these:Image result for Gray's tube Image

Here is a schematic with proper labeling:Image result for Gray's tube Image

A better drawing, so you will know what you're looking at:Image result for Gray's tube Image

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Technically speaking, it is called a Gray's tube, which could also be classified as a longitudinal wave/scaler wave transceiver.

It is the core of multiple free energy experiments that I have studied, and replicated.

Seeing this easily recognizable little doo-hickey sitting on the lunar surface solves the energy consumption problems for me.

It may have been a simple experiment on Apollo 11, but I think it was an integral part of the missions later on.

Once your power consumption issues have been resolved, a lot of the other claims as to what was not possible, becomes easily resolved.

Everybody comes at this from their own perspective,

As you can see in the schematics, there are  spark gaps involved,  and a few that are not shown,which for me, creates tremendous erosion of the contacts, when exposed to air. In an environment with no atmosphere, this would not be an issue.

So for me, the technical challenges on making it work, has been resolved, but developing a household generator that is permanent, and self-sustaining, still needs a few bugs worked out. But I do know for certainty it is doable.

It may be just a tad beyond my ability to resolve these issues as a repair man with hand tools, but I do love a good challenge.

For me, it's just a matter of acquiring a few new skills, a few more tools, or a different approach.

I sure wish I had their budget to play with.

I thought you might find my perspective interesting. wink

Hey Ata, that is as much as you get for now! cheeky

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>>"They are completely composed, and a few days after losing a child, they are able to go off on rants regarding gun control--and gun control ONLY!" <<

>>"They do not ask for armed guards, or armed teachers.  No--ONLY more gun control." <<

I've heard calls for "gun control" in every story and interview done in the last ten years or more, following every shooting.  (Well, except for shootings in Democratic controlled Chicago).

No one seems to be able to describe what "common sense" gun laws might be.  That was always one of Hussain's favorite sayings, "common sense gun laws".  I'll tell you what they are really saying, but can't say it because of the blowback - ban and confiscate all guns.  There are tens of thousands of gun laws on the books of every entity that can write a law or regulation.  What, short of eliminating guns, will serve their purpose?  Be very careful of what you wish for Bleeding  Hearts.

How about starting by parenting your children?  Oops, those parents weren't parented either.  They don't want their kids to not be their friend.  No, they want the schools and the State to parent them and keep them safe.  When there is a failure in the system, it's the system's fault.  Can't possibly be the parents' fault.  

This is headed towards a confrontation.  The morons will be herded into support for gun confiscation.  Another way to split the populace to take sides.  When the blue helmets show up to enforce, it'll get ugly fast.

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Check this vid out.  8minutes

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An interesting sidenote to your comment, Getty Images is owned by The Carlysle group.  Another interesting sidenote:

Carlyle

The name Carlyle is a baby boy name.

Meaning

English Meaning:

The name Carlyle is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Carlyle is: From the protected tower; from the walled city.

American Meaning:

The name Carlyle is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name Carlyle is: From the protected tower; from the walled city.

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That is an interesting side note, and I'm not sure if all lunar images are reliable, but I have yet to find others who have made the correlation that I made in that post.

By now, I'm considering the cover story that they use to label that image their best attempt at diversion.

Most things they don't want you to see just get scrubbed.

How many people would actually know what they were looking at anyway?

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Freaky weather

Not to brag, but 24 hours ago, I was cruising around with my top-down, it was over 70°.

We are now getting an ice storm.

It's a good thing I left my studded snows on the car. angel

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Waxy--agreed on the "gun control" meme...

What they really want is Australian style gun control, meaning gun bans, wherein everyone turns in to the government everything except single shot shotguns. 

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Seeing the interviews of the

Seeing the interviews of the astronauts was one of the confirmations to me that the landings were BS.  Seeing I think it was Buzz hit the reporter/investigator in the face was pretty telling too.  If I recall, 5/6 astronauts would not even swear on a bible that they had indeed landed on the moon.  Seems odd to me, but certainly not definitive proof.

As for the NASA flag waving, I need to revisit that because I do not recall anyone in the frame.  But, I was listening to coast-2-coast awhile ago and their guest was some retired NASA scientist/expert.  He claimed... get this.... he claimed that engineers had installed a spring device into the flag to simulate the flag waving.  I nearly fell out of my chair in disbelief.  All these years, and now we hear about some spring device?  I am trying to locate at least the show texts/summary on their website.  It *used* to be there and now I cannot find it... I know that it was on the show notes before because I was stunned that this guy would make such a claim and wanted to prove it to a friend.  If I recall correctly, this same "expert" claimed that the crew was able to go through the Van Allen belt because they passed through it fast enough, as mentioned by abguy.

Van Allen belt.. well watching the interviews of the astronauts puts this one in doubt.  Considering the biggest feat of mankind, the interviews came off as ridiculous.  This one I need to do more digging though.  I remember watching a NASA video where the guy made it sound like current spacecraft (Orion I guess) are equipped to protect the instrumentation and crew.  The presentation made it sound as if we had never had the technology to pass through it before. 

I have seen many videos of interviews of the crews supposedly in space.  Many of these one is able to see support harnesses/wires on the astronauts backs.  One in particularly was accidentally shown as the crew member bent over.  Also, things like the female astronauts hair.  How come her Medusa hairdoo literally moved as if it was hair-sprayed solid?  Then there are the stabilization bars.  Many of these to me do appear to be simulated using the parabolic flight path to simulate zero gravity.

And other things.. like the convenient "losing" the video.  Man's greatest feat erased... seems quite convenient. 

Lastly, certainly not proof but I find it interesting that folks websites and content are being literally attacked or shut down.  Several of the folks that I follow have received strikes and shut down for videos that contain nothing regarding race, sex, violence, hate speech, etc... .  No, it is content questioning our realities in general.  Of course, this falls way short of proof, but it is interesting that something as the moon landings are so sacrosanct that even free speech is sacrificed. 

Oh, and so many of the astronauts were Free Masons... 

And now we have this Elon Musk guy and Space-X.  It seems odd that the US government would willingly give up their private domain monopoly of space to a private company.  And this guy sends up a car into space?  lol   His cars are crap, so suppose no real loss there... :)

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Ag1969 re: Q video...

Nice find.  So David Hogg, the supposed "student" (at the FL HS where shooting took place) actually graduated in 2015 from Redondo HS in CA??!!  At least according to someone who says she went to HS with him then.

His mom is a high level employee at CNN, and his dad is a retired FBI guy.  SWEEEEEEEET!

There should be more people who can confirm that fact...wonder if his name is also David Hogg in the Redondo HS yearbook?

If this is NOT a false flag event, why would he happen to be posing as a student at a school in FL on the very same day as a mass shooting?

Wow, how did the controllers of this event blow that one?  Seems pretty amateurish.  Guess that's what we get nowadays for our tax dollars.

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first grade hand-holding

The title of that very old video is overly dramatic, as most titles are – just to get the click count. He never says “they can’t get past the Van Allen Belts” he just says its dangerous – yah you don’t want to stop there and park. If you park a satellite there, better spend some money on radiation shielding, and then expect a short life anyways. But, what he doesn’t say – which frankly pisses me off – is that once you are outside the VA Belts you are in even more danger, and this one hasn’t been solved; Cosmic radiation for long term deep space exposure. Cosmic radiation is so penetrating that it turns rocks to dust and metal crystalizes and fatigues and well it just deteriorating to beast and craft. It is probably why most of the installations on the Moon and Mars are supposedly underground. But then again, there is that mysterious clear aluminum alloy, maybe that’s also cosmic shielding……….? Hmmmmmm

Anyways you’ll have to excuse me now, I have no more time for this first grade hand-holding shit. Its an open forum, but the unstated rule, is that you should be at least an adult. There are forums for this phoney Moon shit, and lots of flat-earthers to talk to,as an extra bonus. Please take this tripe over there.

And as to that Hogg kid being a CA hi-school student. Jason and Alex J have already de-bunked that video as being mis-info. Ch it out .

So……What Jason has alluded to and what I was already thinking is that the mis-info campaign has moved into another dimension. It would appear that tptb are now purposely planting the multiple volumes of mis-info  (prepared well in advance) to throw the alternative media into  total disarray. The Hogg kid was a FL hi-school student. Instead of just shutting down the alt media, they are being sent on wild goose chases. TPTB know that these alt journalists have limited time, money and staff to research the “stories”, so its quite easy to over-whelm them with mis-info. That bleached blonde hi-school “girl”, who says she walked with Hogg and heard a second shooter, is 21 years old. They are trying to trace her shit now. Who’s got the time for all this shit?

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