Dear KMAG: 20200330 Open Topic

This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KMAG/KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.


But it’s okay! We’ll get through it.

Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil.
Discussion of Q is not only allowed but encouraged. Imagine that! We can talk about Q here and not get banned.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

Our President is fighting for us night and day…please pray for him.


Wheatie’s Rules:

      1. No food fights.
      2. No running with scissors.
      3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.


For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Greg Dombrowski of Secession Studios, titled ‘Covenent’:


While the Fake News Enemedia whip up their fake firestorms…

They continue to fail…

And get all tangled up in their False Narratives!


Wheatie’s Word of the Day:


‘Rebarbative’ is an adjective, meaning irritating and repellant…and also unpleasant,  unattractive and annoying.

Used in a sentence:

The rebarbative Demoncrats and their Enemedia operatives continue to be annoying with their manufactured false narratives.





380 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200330 Open Topic

  1. Twitter won’t let me see original tweet… this is from Marica’s blog:


    Joe M@StormIsUponUs

    Peak is behind us. Remedy approved by the FDA. Decisive action by Trump and the US military literally saved us from a catastrophe, and the Deep State are out of ammo. #WINNING

    BREAKING: Daily New U.S. Coronavirus Cases Fall For The First Time In 7 Days
    New daily Coronavirus cases in the United States fell for the first time in over a week, according to the latest numbers from Worldometers.On Sunday March 29th,…

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    1. phoenix, I can’t help but wonder whether projections take into account the homeless situation in CA.
      since 1/2 the homeless in USA live in CA, and I’m pretty sure those folks are not following rues…
      anybody hear or know of what’s going on in CA???

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      1. “anybody hear or know of what’s going on in CA???”


        No one has been able to figure out what’s going on in CA for 50 years…

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        1. Yep. That’s why I moved out. The rot in Kalifornistan goes farther back; at least until Earl Warren, if not farther. He ruined CA, as Governor, then moved on to destroy the US Supreme Court… The only bright spot was Ronald Reagan as Governor, but that was just a blip in a long string of RINOs and DEMONicRATS at the helm of what would have been the seventh-largest economy in the world… now, they’re probably the seventh-worst cesspool in the world… SAD…..

          Too bad I moved to Europe… 😦
          Then again, it was better back in the 1980s, before the wall fell in the wrong direction…

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  2. Joe M@StormIsUponUs
    Had Trump not won, nobody would ever have heard the word “chloroquine”. During the Clinton regime when the Deep State deployed their #Covid19 attack, the media would have steered us into global economic collapse, violent panic, mass food shortages and millions dead.
    Quote Tweet

    John Solomon@jsolomonReports
    · 12h
    Breaking: FDA gives emergency approval to use anti-malaria drugs to fight coronavirus

    Joe M@StormIsUponUs
    Knowing what Q knows, imagine the sense of urgency they must have to restore the planet and get things done, and the emotional endurance it must take each day sticking to a plan that has to be done precisely this way or not at all. They want the swamp arrested more than anyone.

    Joe M@StormIsUponUs
    With Q you learn about the nature of intel itself. For years there were self-proclaimed “truthers” bringing “disclosure” to curious followers, often for a price. Now we know they never had the clearance for anything truly privileged, just embellishment of what was already known.

    Joe M@StormIsUponUs
    Trolls silent on the sweet #qproof where both @FLOTUS and @DanScavino gave a nod to Q drop #3276, precisely one year after it was posted to the board. #FlagsOut

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    1. So – is Elton John footing the bill for the ‘Sussex Royals” or is $0r0$ helping out with Netflix contracts like he did with the Øbominations?

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      1. I don’t know Georgia…

        Katie’s mention of Elton reminded me how much he admired and loved Harry’s mother … perhaps he’s given H&M perks, $$ in the past. As for Soros? There are tons of rumors about MM… one that she’s C_A (isn’t everyone?) who knows what, right?

        I’m delighted POTUS let them know there’s no red carpet for them here… and loving Katie’s focus on MM … Katie’s a treasure.

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        1. I got up at 4 am and went to a neighbor’s house to watch Diana’s wedding and watched and wept and the funeral. I remember Candle in the Wind…. and her brother’s remarks…and little Harry’s bouquet on his mother’s casket. Heartbreaking.

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          1. Same here Georgia… terrible time for many of us as adults… cannot wrap my mind around what life has been like for either of her ‘boys’ since her death.

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          2. Reminiscent of John-John saluting his father’s casket as it went by… 😦
            Harry and Me-again Marxist are yet another instance of Satan’s deep state trying to eviscerate a noble and time-honored institution (not perfect, but better than many – GeorgeIII was just as much an aberration as them). Lady Di was, somehow, a threat to the deep state (read: Prince Phillip), and had to be “dealt with”… Chuckles’ philandering also played a large part… he was a lot like Harry, always the playboy, never could decide who he wanted, and when he did (Camilla), it was someone whom the “Crown” could neither allow nor countenance.

            I think Queen Elizabeth (and the Queen Mum) are, sad to say, among the last members of their kind.

            (Kind of funny, my Mum, RIP, in her late 90s was in a managed-care facility, and they were giving her the occasional “old-timer’s disease” [as she put it] test. While checking her grasp on dates, numbers, spatial coordination, etc., they asked “Oh, what a wonderful English accent you have…. Have you ever met Queen Elizabeth”… “Yes”, she replied, with her still-present rapier wit, “both of them”…

            Of course that would mean she was a few hundred years old… Sad to say, she had to explain the joke to them… (so much for the American world history classes)… )…

            Here’s a bit I commented on at “The Other Plaice” a while back. A great bit of history about the background of the current royals [and that Mary was from not far from here]. Also some great Vaughn-Willians music; seems to evoke the English countryside at every turn. There are more vids in this series, well worth watching.

            Speaking of eras, earlier ones in particular, here is an absolutely beautiful, stunning film which gives some background to the British Royal family (King George V and Queen Mary), with music from Ralph Vaughan-Williams (Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus) that fits perfectly. [Craziest thing: May (von Teck) is a descendant title from (REALLY) nearby. Had no idea that the “Schwoaba’” had anything to do with England :)] (should study more history… blush).

            Hearing the music, and seeing the pictures takes one back in a place and time that can only be dreamed of nowadays. Notice the resemblance of Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary, especially when they are older…

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            1. I have to say, the video is very well done, and the music is, for a musician of English descent, incomparable. The harmonies, colors, voice-leading, development of themes, and layers of (instrumental) voices and sounds is both memorable and moving.

              In addition to that, it fits the pictures an captions perfectly. The music of one of the greatest English composers (using English folk song as a base) combined with a history of the recent English royal family and their trials and tribulations (they had problems, too)…. And the pictures: a poignant window into a time gone by………


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              1. Also the cello solo at 11:18 is really moving, and especially at the place it is in this video… (I love playing Vaughan-Williams, he has great lines for the celli, and great solos as well)…

                The quartet in “Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis” is impressive, especially as it employs a double orchestra, and a string quartet on top of that… talk about polyphony…
                * (IMHO the best recording out there)…

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            2. Another note, the works of Vaughn-Williams as done by The Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, by Sir Neville Marriner (and later, Iona Brown) are the best out there. There is also an album of vocal works entitled “Over Hill, Over Dale” (not sure who did it), and a few compilations including RVW’s “Songs of Travel”…

              Treasuries of English Folk Melody and Folk Song…

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            (When I do my Charlie Chan/Peter Sellers imitation, and say “Ah, Sooooo”, my son has taken to saying, in reply, “you big one”…. I think I need to work with him on his attitude [no idea where the snark came from 🙂 ] )…

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    2. And one comment, “The Royal formerly known as Prince”…
      Wow, that’s gotta sting…
      (mixing my metamusicians here, I know)… and that purple ain’t Royal, doncha know…

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  3. I try not to post when my emotions are running sky high…especially when I am mad.

    I managed to hold off when I first read that Sundance was banned on Twitter and suddenly became a proponent of allowing free speech on internet forums.

    I have waited for his extended olive branch and mea culpa to Wolf, but somehow I haven’t yet seen it….? So, forewarning: this might be a (or even, hopefully ill informed…maybe he has reached out?) grumpy comment.

    Wolf gave us shelter at a very difficult time, a time when we all needed a place to connect and work together for MAGA. My appreciation for that and for the wealth of information shared here is difficult to express, but heartfelt and vast. We are all so much better off because we were allowed to come together and given a chance to communicate with one another.

    When I think of the richness of information we have all benefited from through the Q drops, the sense of fun and empowerment we gained through searching for and sharing information we would not have thought to look for without those drops, the so badly needed encouragement, and the shared feeling of being part of something united in safeguarding the common good….it is difficult for me to find an excuse for SD banning so many people and shutting down any discussion of Q.

    Because the cause of MAGA is so great, and the need for a powerful and united force of support for the President making itself heard is so vital, I continue to hope that we can all come together to support the President. as Q and THE PRESIDENT, have asked.

    I hope that SD will reconsider banning people for speech that, in spite of being Deplorable, reflects a visit to a site he disapproves of and which also is highly supportive of the President.

    SD political analysis is often insightful and illuminating, but also has been wrong or unnecessarily negative on occasion.

    Point being…he is not perfect, just as he is convinced our our political leaders like AG Barr and Leader McConnell are not perfect, and we are not perfect. Yet WWG1WGA.

    Because, if the President is not re-elected, I am very much convinced that even the present miserable Chinese plague will become a fond memory of much more pleasant days gone by.

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    1. “I managed to hold off when I first read that Sundance was banned on Twitter and suddenly became a proponent of allowing free speech on internet forums.”


      There was a lot of entertainment value there 😁


      “I have waited for his extended olive branch and mea culpa to Wolf, but somehow I haven’t yet seen it….?”


      Don’t hold your breath 😂


      “…it is difficult for me to find an excuse for SD banning so many people and shutting down any discussion of Q.”


      If you think about it, Q was contradicting SD’s narrative.

      People at CTH were engaging their own minds and reaching their own conclusions, which often were not in harmony with SD’s narrative.

      SD could not directly engage Q (not that he would, he wouldn’t even directly engage us), and he couldn’t defeat the arguments many of us presented, so he decided to be like Cypher and pulled everybody’s plug:

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    1. I’d been in error, thinking of our fast warships – hubby had indicated those ships can make the trip overnight from Norfolk, Virginia to NYC. The USS Comfort is much heavier tonnage and goes much slower. 🙂

      Magnificent though. Navy Proud.

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      1. Perhaps of interest, both Comfort and Mercy are converted super tankers. 17 knots top speed. Not built for speed.

        Combatants, CVN, DDG, CG, etc. can easily transit Norfolk to New York in one day.

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        1. Right, and those powerful subs. My hubby is retired submariner – he gives me the nautical information. 🙂 I just know what an extraordinary feeling it is to see some of our ships when they’re underway.

          American Pride.

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          1. LP,
            several years back, the wife and I had to cut a vacation short and evacuate the outer banks as a hurricane was headed up the coast . As we were headed to Md anyway, so at Norfolk we decided to take the
            Chesapeake Bay bridge tunnel route to Md eastern shore.
            The timing put us at the south tunnel entrance, and the roadway elevation put us at eye level with the angry bay before dropping down into the tunnel .. and just as we lined up to enter , an Aircraft carrier was steaming through and out to sea.
            We drove down and under the carrier @ 50 mph into the tunnel. The Bay waters were extremely angry the big ship quickly plowing it’s way thru.. overhead.. a little eerie..
            The water- bridge/tunnel structure with a moving aircraft carrier at eye level, in a pick-up truck @50mph in traffic was almost sensory overload.. but waay cool !!
            I will NEVER forget that ride. My eyes were as big as pie pans.
            We crossed Both Bay bridges that afternoon .

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    2. If Donald Trump had been president when the towers went down… we wouldn’t be stuck with some fairy tale of box cutters or planes taking ’em down and he sure wouldn’t have been sitting in some elementary school reading about goats (symbol of Baal worshipers btw)

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  4. Just posted this at Marica’s.

    “Follow up on trying to get church bells ringing on Easter Sunday. I passed the info to Relevant Radio and while I was speaking to the woman who answered, she told me about the following.

    “CHICAGO (CBS) — Catholic church bells will be ringing throughout Chicago every three hours as a call for all to unite in prayer during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Cardinal Blase Cupich, archbishop of Chicago, is asking Catholic parishes to ring their church bells five times a day between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. This started Saturday.

    Each of the five prayer times will be dedicated to a specific group particularly affected by the pandemic.

    The groups are listed below:

    9 a.m. – Prayer for those infected with the virus and all those who are ill

    12 p.m. – Prayer for healthcare workers and those attending to the sick

    3 p.m. – Prayer for first responders and essential workers

    6 p.m. – Prayer for people of every nation and their leaders

    9 p.m. – Prayer for those who have died today”

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      1. There is a noticeable lack of class. Publicizing the gift. A homemade sign from a former president and secretary of state vs, say, a nice printed card. A huge sign that can’t be missed. Hillary has inserted herself into everything since losing in 2016. No graceful retirement for her. No respite for us.

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        1. Harry Lime, GREAT!

          Folks need to get that out into the meme-o-sphere, blogosphere, and, of course, Twitterverse (over, and over, and OVER again!!!!!!)…

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    1. It would be better to keep the community safe FROM Bill and Hillary Clinton.

      Removing the ‘ : ‘ after “From” changes the whole meaning 😁

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      1. Hey… there’s a ‘ : ‘ after ‘From’ in the photo below (that I was looking at when I wrote my reply) but NOT in the photo above, that I was actually replying to…

        Somebody added the ‘ : ‘ to the photo below, or whited-out the colon from the photo above.


      1. So instead of “just sayin'” (as someone used to say OT), it would be, with the Klintoons,
        “just Satan”…

        That Auld Black Magick, eh wot?

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    1. Wonder what our ChiCom-19 hospitalization rate is. ChiCom or some where reported 20%. Based on this, my guess is vast majority of hospitals not busy.

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    1. Down in the “Wilden Süden”, we’re accepting patients from Italy and France, while all the time regular appointments, scheduled non-emergency surgeries, etc., are cancelled…

      Things like eye tests, hearing tests and hearing-aid maintenance/adjustments (e.g. for my son), are no long allowed unless they can be done with a 1.5 – 2m (4-7 foot) distance between people…

      And Germany STILL doesn’t want to use the Z-pack … NIH syndrom (not-invented-here syndrome)…..

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    1. Portman is my Senator and he looses me every time he votes against POTUS.
      My husband knows him well and tells me how nice he is . He might be nice but if he votes against POTUS well you know what I think 🙂

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      1. Sen. Portman was one of the snakes at the Sea Island, Georgia confab with Leftists and RINOs conspiring to take out Trump.

        The link is to HuffPo (first relevant article in search results) but I don’t think any of the basics have been contested by anyone:


        03/07/2016 07:22 pm ET Updated Mar 20, 2016
        At Secretive Meeting, Tech CEOs And Top Republicans Commiserate, Plot To Stop Trump
        Karl Rove shared focus group findings that give hope to the GOP establishment

        Billionaires, tech CEOs and top members of the Republican establishment flew to a private island resort off the coast of Georgia this weekend for the American Enterprise Institute’s annual World Forum, according to sources familiar with the secretive gathering.

        The main topic at the closed-to-the-press confab? How to stop Republican front-runner Donald Trump. (The meeting was not planned to be a strategy session on how to stop the GOP front-runner, but rather evolved into one, as a subsequently obtained agenda makes clear.)

        Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page, Napster creator and Facebook investor Sean Parker, and Tesla Motors and SpaceX honcho Elon Musk all attended. So did Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), political guru Karl Rove, House Speaker Paul Ryan, GOP Sens. Tom Cotton (Ark.), Cory Gardner (Colo.), Tim Scott (S.C.), Rob Portman (Ohio) and Ben Sasse (Neb.), who recently made news by saying he “cannot support Donald Trump.”

        Along with Ryan, the House was represented by Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton (Mich.), Rep. Kevin Brady (Texas) and almost-Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), sources said, along with leadership figure Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Wash.), Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price (R-Ga.), Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (Texas) and Diane Black (Tenn.).

        Philip Anschutz, the billionaire GOP donor whose company owns a stake in Sea Island, was also there, along with Democratic Rep. John Delaney, who represents Maryland. Arthur Sulzberger, the publisher of The New York Times, was there, too, a Times spokeswoman confirmed.

        “A specter was haunting the World Forum—the specter of Donald Trump,” Kristol wrote in an emailed report from the conference, borrowing the opening lines of the Communist Manifesto. “There was much unhappiness about his emergence, a good deal of talk, some of it insightful and thoughtful, about why he’s done so well, and many expressions of hope that he would be defeated.”
        [more at the link above]

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        1. That was more than four years ago.

          Times, and people, have changed.

          Let’s not be like the DEMONicRATS, and leftists (but I repeat myself), assuming that people can neither repent nor change…


    1. Laura Krolczyk From her linkedin:
      Director, Government and Community Relations at Roswell Park Cancer Institute
      She has a B.A. From Bufflo State in Political Science
      She worked on Hillary Clinton Senate Staff from 2002-2009 as Western NY Regional Director
      Held the same job for 1 1/2 years under Senator Gillabrand
      Worked the last 10 yrs at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute as Government and Community Relations Associate for a 1 1/2 yrs before becoming the Director of Government and Community Relations there.
      Other sites say Vice President of External Affairs. Another said spokesperson for the hospital. 226K job. 40 yrs old. One of the groups she belongs to is UNESCO

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    1. The specific reason that I read was that the tweet was removed because Lennox Hill was not using HCQ to treat WuFlu. A doctor who had hospital privileges was using HCQ to treat his WuFlu patients.

      Petty reason, but any excuse will do for a tyrant – Aesop.

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      1. There’s always eight-tracks, and their begging-to-wind-up-in-a-tangled-mess-of-tape weird threading…

        Or, earlier yet, Edison wax cylinders, as in, Biden will take a waxing in November; if he doesn’t suffer a melt-down first…

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        1. LOL.

          8 tracks indeed. Of course those were a Thing in the 1970s whereas shellac was on its way out in the 1950s.

          The wax cylinders, on the other hand predate just about everything.


      2. I’m thinking that the Babylon Bee is making a reference to Biden babbling about “get a record player” during one of the Dem debates.

        His advice to parents was…“Get a television, I mean record player, phone…”

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        1. Yeah. I just took it as “Biden is behind the times” and though you can play shellac disks on a record player (don’t drop them!) they’re much older tech. I think they typically ran at 78 RPM and had maybe ten minutes on a side–even though they were 12 inch just like LPs.

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  6. I believe there’s someone we can despise more than commie (but not by much) Mayor deBlasio – that’s Gov. Baby-Killer Northam in Virginia. He just did an EO demanding being shut down and shut in until June 10th. I wonder if it’s Soros money or Chinese money directing him.

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    1. Cant do any rallies, cant talk to people. Keeps everyone isolated and subservient to the state. Yes it reveals the zeal all dimms have for totalitarianism which is a good wake up call, but the directive to end it has to come from POTUS for the states to have no excuse to continue. Mr Gil said each dimm is seeing hiw far they can push it and I dont think anyone will stop as long as the federal govt has us in a shutdown.
      There will be bread lines and riots once people have no money for groceries and gas.

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      1. Yes. I figure, and prayerfully hope, that once POTUS is able to decrease the constraints from the federal perspective, the states will have to follow suit. Either that or the peasants will rise up.

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        1. So since I got the dog, calling around to vets for teeth cleaning, no veterinarian is doing any surgery except emergencies bc of covid. One vet I called said they arent even seeing patients because the cdc guidelines tell them they cant.
          I cant even get care for my dog!
          Theres a shot clinic next week if theyre open then at a local feed store but she needs dental care with anesthesia. Im not sure why products made for pets are designated as unable to be done per cdc? I didnt know they controlled Veterinarians and animal care.

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          1. I understand some vet care, including dental, might be seen as “elective” but animals need care so I’d think that vet practices should be open. Two weeks ago, ours was, but don’t know right now.

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            1. So the way im looking at the long term, all healthcare, home maintenance, cleaning, tard yard work, pet care is being cancelled for 1 potential virus. What about the other viruses and illnesses and pest control that lead to determined actual damage and illness?

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              1. Don’t get me started, gil00. I am very concerned regarding mental/emotional health – not just the social isolation, but the devastating losses to small businesses. My hairdresser was stressed when they were going to close for two weeks (under their own violation) – then Northam made it a month, and now he’s really going to cause misery if this stands. Some businesses may never reopen.

                You’re right about maintenance, vet care, pest control – all of those things are necessary. Well, it will take the peasants revolting to make change.

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              2. Yes. I think there will be a black market underground service industry just to survive very quickly. And then theyll say they must track you and prevent any movement. Its bad stuff.

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          2. Gil – even people dentists, vision centers, etc. have closed except for emergencies. They have been requested to send their protective masks and supplies to the medical centers. I understand your frustration, but think of where those supplies are most needed right now. There is a bigger picture than each of us ❤️

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            1. Oh wow gil sorry to hear that.

              I’m glad I had my puppy spayed a few weeks ago thank goodness!!! I don’t need puppies!!!

              Yeah everything is closed. Eye doc and what not.

              I know people who have to have hip and knees replaced but no surgeries unless its emergency.
              When everything is back to normal its going to be backed up big time.

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              1. kea, competent staff are rescheduling as we go.
                I have had 2 scans cancelled, and rescheduled
                not an emergency.
                what I mean is, rescheduling needs to be done at time of cancellation.
                my services are aiming at end of May as clear for non-electives.
                get In line, ha!

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            2. I get it but its the things for people vs animals. And the vet said they wont even see the animals to do an exam per CDC guidelines? Its another unclear area.


          3. gil00 I am in OH and my dogs vet took him last week to treat him for an ear infection. They came to the car picket up the dog and treated him. Tomorrow he is to be seen by the vet again and as before one calls in to the vet that one is in the parking lot and the assistant comes out with a mask and pick up the dog.
            The do the same in Michigan my son told me. I am sure emergency they would take the dog but not routine work?

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          4. Gil ~ There are a lot of Dog Dental Chews, Chew Bones and Plaque Removal products out there.

            These work pretty good…and are a way to clean up your dog’s teeth, until you can get her in for a cleaning at a vet.

            A lot of these are available online.
            So you can order them during this shutdown.

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  7. Paul Joseph Watson@PrisonPlanet
    Twitter is now removing tweets from world leaders that challenge the coronavirus shutdown.

    Bolsonaro becomes the first world leader in history to be directly censored by social media.
    Twitter REMOVES posts by Brazil’s Bolsonaro in crackdown on information that ‘may increase risk’ of…
    Bolsonaro has become the first ever head of state to have his tweets censored by the platform

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    1. You Are The Resistance!@URTResistance
      Replying to @PrisonPlanet

      Here in Brazil , the state governor of “São Paulo” made a decree that orders the doctors that “in doubt”, even if the guy stumbles and dies, mark in “Death certificate” he died of COVID-19. Just think guys…if.. this is happening around the world. A socialist tsunami is coming.
      Ein Rand
      Italy got caught doing the same.
      “On re-evaluation by the National Institute of Health, only 12 percent of death certificates have shown a direct causality from coronavirus, while 88 percent of patients who have died have at least one pre-morbidity – many had two or three,” …

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      1. I suppose a LOT depends on what “pre-morbidity” means. If it means the patient was going to die in another month or so anyway, or that the person tested positive for COVID but showed no symptoms then up and died…that’s one thing.

        But if someone is listed as “morbidly obese” and is NOT in the hospital dying-right-now until COVID put him there, then COVID should get the blame and it shouldn’t be pawned off on his morbid obesity. People can live for years if all they are is “morbidly obese.”

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        1. They are MOAR vulnerable to grave complications in pregnancy, surgery (fat pulls the wounds open and wounds in fat people also heal more slowly) and evidently in the event they are infected with this coronavirus. Whether it’s due to blood sugar or breathing, I don’t know.

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        2. Those tweets came from a stream filled with tweets from different countries, for some of those replying English is a 2nd language… they may have meant co-morbidity. Fact (not rumor) is some deaths are being attributed to Covid-19 when the deceased actually died of kidney failure…ultimately it all comes down to a lack of oxygen, right? There is a reason doctors call it “co-morbidity” … Most elderly have health issues of some kind, which is what puts them at such risk from an upper respiratory problem of any kind… exclusive of Chinese Crud. In the past my GP (of some 30 years) would give me a z-pak if I got a bad cold (another corona virus, right?) because I cannot have it develop into pneumonia as I probably would not survive, having had it 4/5 times in my life span.

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          1. The common cold is usually attributed to a rhinovirus (no relation to Mitt Romney). Totally different family (picornaviridae) than the corona virus (coronaviridae), and influenza is in yet a third family (orthomyxoviridae).

            I’ve heard people assert that coronavirus is a flu virus; it’s not. And somehow the fake news that the common cold is a corona virus has gotten around too.

   (see RNA Virus table).

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            1. No, grandson explained to me about the Rhino family… I know the difference, Was trying to be witty and misstated, I should stick to business.

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              1. You’re not the first person to have said that, and I didn’t realize that from you it was a joke.

                I think some people do believe it however.

                But hey, it gave me a chance to call Mitt Romney a RINO so all is good.

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              2. When grandson was explaining to me and he said Rhino, my face must have screwed up or something, because he smiled, and said “Not that kind of Rhino Grandma” … he’s like you… a walking encyclopedia. My late father would have Sunday dinner in the summer when the grands spent a lot of time here. Dad would save up any questions he had and at dinner he would query grandson “what…?” Grandson would not only answer Dad he would extrapolate, give him more info. Dad’s face would light up with a smile, he would shake his head, chuckle. After dinner they would play chess; grandson usually let Dad win (Dad was good, but slow… ) I miss all that. Thanks for reminding me.

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    2. Interesting. From the story: “showing videos of himself going into crowds in Brasilia, hyping hydrochloride as a cure, and encouraging an end to isolation”

      Meanwhile we all heard that he caught CV early on. Apparently then he’s confident of the cure.

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              1. That’s good to hear. Happy wife happy life!!! 🙂

                But I was confused why they were getting negative reviews but I think its more of these people who hate the company.

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      1. If you need any more laughs…

        Ace has a few comments on this… he finishes where POTUS left off (‘cuz POTUS is more polite!)

        March 30, 2020
        Presser Reactions: Trump v. Acosta, Gutfeld v. Williams, and All of the Leftwing Media Versus Mike Lindell from

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  8. I just do not know what to think about all of these rumors about underlying operations. I wish something, anything, concrete and verifiable would break through. This thread and comments are interesting, but again, is it all conjecture??

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  9. Conjecture and hype or something real? I wish something would drop one way or another.

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    1. I don’t understand why she would even bring that up. How would she know if there was any sign of the ships being ready? It was pure speculation and propaganda on her part, with a high probability of getting burned if she were wrong — which she was. She risked a major fail and lost the bet. Not smart.

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  10. Press Briefing today….

    Media: “Nah, nah, nah.:

    President Trump: “Snarky questions – NO SOUP FOR YOU!”

    Shuts it down – turns around and leaves – Buh-Bye.

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  12. Something smells off about this French submariner story. All of the local news channels are running this story even though French submariners have got absolutely nothing to do with the local news. Is it comms? Setting up another false flag? Something else? It’s really weird how this story is everywhere.

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    1. just another form of fear porn.

      “They don’t know!”

      (gasp, spittle, burp)

      There is absolutely ZERO news in this swill. (not your fault)

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  13. They will not let you see this tweet on either Major Patriot or Praying Medic’s own Twitter Page

    Praying Medic
    Replying to
    Trump is painting the picture. Highlighting the media’s dishonesty moves public opinion. A necessary preparation before criminal trials.

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