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brahbruh 1 point ago +1 / -0

I haven't come across a single person who took the "vax" whom is now truly "anti-vax". I have met a few people who seem to be somewhat open to the idea that the "vax" may not have been everything they said it was and may have had some problems. In fact, I just met a retired lady, the other day, who said she took "the second booster" and was so sick that she slept for 24 hours (aka, a short coma). She said she wouldn't take another matter what. I don't see that as her saying that she is "anti-vax", but it's better than the typical "I'd do it all over again!" mentality.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

Interesting. I wonder if it was 20 tons of the same book burned. If so, I wanna get that book.

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brahbruh 4 points ago +5 / -1

Warrantless is the key here. If they get a warrant, then they can. That is still unconstitutional, and is what red flag laws are for. The idea is that they get a court to issue an illegal warrant to come steal your property.

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brahbruh 3 points ago +4 / -1

You just need to trust it harder.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

Fucking phenomenal. I wish this existed in late 2016. I could have saved a friend who went down that retarded path.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

Man, this, 100%. I've had that same thought, 'what was he doing that whole time...'

In think the whole thing was fake.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

That's honestly a terrifying thought. I wouldn't say it's a given, but it does seem like pretty sound reasoning. And it fits perfectly with the conditioning we are also used to say, "people are ruining the earth", "people are a disease on the planet", etc. we've all been conditioned for a moment like you describe.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

Interesting, I've never heard this plane of focus of the moon argument - do you have a link that explains that in more detail?

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brahbruh 0 points ago +1 / -1

Wait, are you saying that you see mostly full windmills all the way across the lake, but then you also see a certain windmill that looks like it is behind the curve mostly (just the blades coming out of the water)? Or is that one windmill further than the rest?

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

Why do you say you are a failed engineer? Did you just give up on the career path and move on?

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brahbruh 4 points ago +5 / -1

I spent a lot of time trying to design a device like this with magnets as a kid, because my grandpa was interested in the idea in a kind of humorous sense, semi believing that it was possible, and I still have some interest but I don't think it's actually possible. I think these are all parlor tricks that they're putting on the Internet to mess with people. If it was so easy that you could just do it with a basic computer fan on your desk in a few minutes, there would be countless commercial examples and people would be generating power at their house using devices. if you could do something like this in a few minutes with some basic garbage on the desk, imagine the kind of power you could generate with a few thousand dollars of expensive parts and highly efficient fly wheels, neodymium magnets, and a closed vacuum housing. You could produce free electricity in your garage.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

That sucks man; that's the case with so many people, they took it just so they can go on vacation somewhere, but the "news" made them feel like it was perfectly safe.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

Interesting (re: poisoning). The parallels of many past situations, with today, are honestly scary to me, because it shows you that these people operate in a way so intelligently as to be unstoppable (hundreds of years later and still playing the same game, etc.).

What are your thoughts on the Ingersol Lockwood stuff I mentioned though.

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brahbruh 4 points ago +5 / -1

Soy Meat is a great name for that, for 2 reasons:

  1. The reason you mean (close but no cigar)
  2. Because it's like meat for the soy among us; those without the wherewithal to handle real information
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brahbruh 2 points ago +3 / -1

That's fucking terrifying, but I honestly have had that exact same thought before (re: planting shills with the intention of going after these forums).

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brahbruh 5 points ago +6 / -1

This is good advice. Also, to the contrary, but similarly in spirit, it's good to make sure that you are not immediately disbelieving information from sources you do not trust (for example, I will see a post from time to time, from a user I think is a shill, but that I think is important and spot on, and it can cause me to automatically disbelieve something that I would otherwise think is true, due to bias).

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brahbruh 3 points ago +4 / -1

Same here, nothing ever about the vaccines from him, that was the first tell for me as well.

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brahbruh 0 points ago +1 / -1

Holy shit this is frightening. What year was this book written? All I found was one similar title from 2018, but clearly this is old (the faded pages).

I like that you always read old books and post these kinds of things. What are your thoughts on the Ingersoll Lockwood books: The Last President and Baron Trumps Marvellous Underground Journey? I bought both of them and I read the last president fully, and I honest to God came away from that book thinking "buy as much gold as you fucking can". I don't know what think about these things, but after learning about Trump's uncle being the person responsible for determining what had historic or scientific value, among Nikola Tesla's belongings, and knowing that Tesla was deeply interested in time travel, these books, and their relationship to modern times, give me chills more than any other hard-to-explain thing in modern history.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

Dude, I feel you. I can't tell you how many people I'm talking to about "government is evil cause this", "they're ruining our country cause that", and then I find a non-awkward way to ask if the took the DNA alterer shot for "covid", and they're like "yeah I took it cause my uncle has a compromised immune system" or some other horseshit answer.

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brahbruh -1 points ago +1 / -2

And water filtration. Berkey, if you have the room, or a few Sawyer Squeeze.

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brahbruh 0 points ago +1 / -1

Yeah, and yeah I remember that one.

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brahbruh 0 points ago +1 / -1

Oh I see now, yeah in our cases it was just one at a time. BTW, not my downvote.

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brahbruh 1 point ago +2 / -1

This is how I've always thought about it. I will say, the Pfizer guy with the frog neck thing though, that was some weird shit.

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