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from denial to bragging

We freaks on the lunatic fringe have been screaming about chemtrails and geoengineering for years. The culprits have consistently called us “Conspiracy Theorists” and tossed us aside with our tinfoil hats in prominent display. Now poisoning the atmosphere and earth below is a GOOD IDEA. If you cannot hide it any longer, it must be: Time to FEATURE IT.   Geoengineering, long denounced as a conspiracy theory, now openly advocated by Harvard scientists to alter the climate Thursday, May 04, 2017 by: Vicki Batts Tags: chemtrails, climate control, geoengineering           24KViews   (Natural News) It seems that proponents of geoengineering are realizing that they can’t hide their sinister plans behind the mask of “conspiracy theories” forever, […]

I’m back

I am sorry for the dearth of posts in the last several days. For the second time in my life, I changed webhosts. Though this was much better than the last one, it was not easy for one who really does not speak the language. I am not quite done with the process, but very close. One thing I think you might notice is the speed. I’ll talk more about my new host when the dust settles. I think I will be giving them a rave review and suggesting them for anyone needing a host. But only after the dust of construction settles down.

my conversation with a chemtrail pilot

I had a long conversation with a spray plane pilot while I drove north under chemically striped skies. Okay, nobody was listening … heck, I didn’t even bother to speak out loud, but I was definitely shouting in his face from time to time. HOW CAN YOU BE INTELLIGENT ENOUGH TO DRESS YOURSELF YET STUPID ENOUGH TO POISON THE EARTH??? I would kill you right this minute, but you are an easily replaced idiot while I am significant. Your death would not be worth my trouble. The people at the top ordering up this program do not care about your toxic death, your family, your neighbors, nor the flora and fauna of Earth. How you could be stupid enough to […]

the whole page

I know my loyal fans come to this website for my scintillating writing. But I want to point out that I do put some thought and effort into the links and information placed in the side columns. I just gave those a freshening up, and reorganization. They had not been given any attention for quite a while. There is some current prioritization of older links and reference information, along with some new and updates. I encourage you to take a little time to look around … and check out anything that strikes you as potentially interesting.

on the radio this evening

daily @ 1830 hrs 3.910 KHz Montana Traffic Net Wed @ 1900 hrs 146.720 KHz BEARS Wed @ 1930 hrs 146.900 KHz LDS Missoula Wed @ 1930 hrs 14.342 KHz national AmRRON net … 3rd Wednesday Wed @ 2000 hrs 146.580 KHz LDS Stevensville Wed @ 2015 hrs 146.720 KHz BARC Wed after BARC emds 28.350 KHz BARC Thu @ 1800 hrs 14.342 KHz regional AmRRON net … 3rd Thursday These are amateur radio networks that I often participate in. They are on the 2-meter, 10-meter and 80-meter HAM bands. I am not, nor have I ever been an electronic geek, yet I have helped over a dozen people with even less electronic background earn their amateur radio licenses. They […]

Forget Doom and Gloom

Preparedness is the Ultimate Act of Optimism from: The Organic Prepper   Does this sound familiar? You’re talking to a friend or family member who isn’t on board with preparedness. (And it’s even worse when they think they know what’s going on in the world but garner their so-called “information” from network news sources.) You try for the millionth time to get them to consider stocking up on a few things and they say this: Life’s too short for all of this doom and gloom. Live a little! You’re such a pessimist! My response to this is that preparedness is the ultimate form of optimism. One who practices skills, makes dramatic lifestyle changes, and studies current events critically may come […]

postcard from Conner, Montana, Feb 17th

Heading in to Darby from Conner today, we passed this herd of elk. From the photo I counted 67 elk, but could easily be off by quite a bit either way. Regardless, they are beautiful. It is great that there are some good, strong herds here.

365 days of beans’n’rice

I’m told by our household nutritional expert that “beans and rice combine to make a complete amino acid”, which she says is all the food you need to survive on. She rather obviously doesn’t mean that as a whole truth, but I write in support of it as a foundation for keeping you and yours fed. If you are paying attention (safe assumption, cuz you are here) you are rightfully concerned about having a store of food for the day your favorite food store doesn’t. If you are not already well stocked, I recommend your first step to be looking in your pantry to see a year’s supply of beans and rice for all who live under your roof. I […]