Monday, February 15, 2021

Important Stuff For You To Do This Week...

 or at least get the ball rolling.

First, and in my opinion the most important, is to continue to educate yourself on the "vaccine" the MSM is ramming down your throat. Now you're not only selfish for not wearing a filthy rag on your face, you owe it to everyone to allow an untested substance to be injected into your body.

By now, I'm sure you know how I feel, but take a gander at what the CDC has to say:

To date, VAERS has not detected patterns in cause of death that would indicate a safety problem with COVID-19 vaccines.


They also said: (emphasis mine)

Over 41 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the United States from December 14, 2020, through February 7, 2021. During this time, VAERS received 1,170 reports of death (0.003%) among people who received a COVID-19 vaccine. CDC and FDA physicians review each case report of death as soon as notified and CDC requests medical records to further assess reports. A review of available clinical information including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records findings revealed no link with vaccination. CDC and FDA will continue to investigate reports of adverse events, including deaths, reported to VAERS.

It's exactly what I predicted; people who die after having the vaccine will never be listed as having died from the vaccine. No siree. It's perfectly safe.  Yet the guy who was thrown off his motorcycle and bounced 100 feet down the highway died of Wuflu. Everyone died of Wuflu.  No more cancer, heart attacks, strokes, or even the flu. It's a gosh-darn miricle!

Allow me to direct you back to this post: 


In the interest of fairness, I also present A Doctor’s View About the New mRNA Vaccines posted today at American Thinker. 

Karl Denninger has a very long post up today, Call It What It Is: TERRORISM, covering many aspects of this "pandemic" including prophylactic measures.  His previous post, The West's Obituary, is one I'll have to take on faith, because it's way above my medical knowledge base, and I don't have time to do the research.

Is all this time consuming?  You bet it is. But you're making a decision which will probably affect the rest of your life.  It's best to choose wisely.

Moving Forward

Kurt Schlichter has a rather uplifting post, The Cons Are Alright (cons = conservative.) It sort up backs up what I've been saying about this not being The Great Reset, but The Great Awakening.

Last Saturday, we had a town hall with all our local representatives in attendance. The room was packed with over 450 informed citizens asking the tough questions, and being updated about upcoming bills still in committee. It's all about local, my precious poodles. Get informed and involved.

The midget sitting dead center with the blue sweater, gorgeous salt and pepper hair, and patriotic scarf would be yours truly doing her duty as a citizen.

And a lady new to me, PROFESSOR ORNERY DRAGON, has a rather uplifting post up, Be a Happy Warrior. She's a recovering faculty member, a PhD in Political Science, and over 20 years of teaching which she says qualifies her to rant on all topics politically related. 

Okay - Back to Business

Emergency Binder

If you don't already have an emergency binder, it's time to get busy and make one.  A binder containing all your most important information which can be accessed by other family members. A binder is easily picked up and taken with you in case of an emergency.  It is also easy to conceal in plain sight.  For heaven's sake - do not plaster it with all the cute print outs available on mommy sites. 
An Emergency Binder should at the very least include personal information for everyone in your family, financial account information including auto-pay and pending transactions, usernames and passwords for online accounts, emergency contacts, and legal documents (or instructions for where to find legal documents). (source)
In addition to instructions for where to find legal documents, I would add where to find anything you've carefully (I hope) hidden - cash, jewelry, etc. I know if I bought the ranch tomorrow, my hubby would have no clue where my jewelry is (well) hidden.  

I was sucked into clicking on some click bait on Facecrap (even I succumb sometimes.) However, this one turned out to be very good.

40+ Ex-Burglars Spill Their Tricks to Help People Avoid Being Robbed and It’s Eye-Opening

No Monday is complete without a kitteh picture:


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