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Mindconnection eNL, 2013-10-20


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Good News | Product Highlight | Brainpower | Finances | Security | Health/Fitness | Factoid | Thought 4 the Day

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1. Good News

Item 1. Austrian researchers have grown human brain cells in a petri dish. This means it's now theoretically possible that members of CONgress could one day have functioning brains and possibly even grow a spine. What's not clear is whether research will lead to a cure for the unmitigated greed and corruption among those same inDUHviduals. But at least their lies might actually make sense some day instead of being so blatantly insulting to anyone who can think.

Item 2. Speaking of human brain cells, I've been administering a free medical exam that checks for proper brain function. It uses a simple word association. I tell test subjects to say the first word that pops into their mind when I say, "Narcissistic psychopath." I've tested a wide range of people, including complete strangers. Thus far, everyone has said the same word. It's good news that so many people have functioning brains. I'm fairly sure that all readers of this newsletter will also test negative for brain malfunction disorder, using this simple test.

Item 3. Opposition to the Job Destruction and Unaffordable Care Act is growing in both intensity and breadth. The sociopaths who created that IRS-administered scam are facing unexpected and fierce opposition. This reveals the fact that the Matrix has many cracks, some of them sizeable.

This fraudulent wealth transfer scheme is illegal on several counts, but also morally repugnant. The trillionaires who benefit from this theft (at great cost to the rest of us) don't need more of our hard-earned money. And ordinary Americans are starting to see this fraud for what it really is. It has nothing to do with health care (other than making it more expensive) and little to do with medical care (other than making it less accessible and much more expensive).

As both wings of The Party pretend to "debate" and "compromise" with all the other bad theater they are putting on, the spectacle is helping more people understand that there's no difference between the Republocrats and the Demopublicans. The fact they work for the same employers and engage in the same organized crime is now gaining recognition as the reality it is.

This awakening of so many people could end the lock that the banksters have had on our federal "elections" since the late 1880s. Free and legitimate federal elections in the USA? As far-fetched as such a thing sounds today, it could become a reality in your lifetime. That's the silver lining in the very dark cloud that is over our country now.

Item 4. Daylight Wasting Time ends soon (before our next edition comes out). The good news is we stop wasting an hour of morning daylight (assuming we are going along with this insanity by actually changing the real time at which we get up in the morning).

The bad news here is the morning daylight no longer wasted is kind of a moot thing because it's still going to be dark when most people get up; not having DWT in the first place would save billions of dollars of wasted energy costs annually. Plus the human toll of DWT is staggering; I'll get to that in a moment.

It's also bad news that starting and stopping DWT means a clock change. Of course, smart people opt out of this insanity. We may still change our clocks (or may not), but we change our clock-based schedule such that we aren't changing when we actually go to bed or get up. Not everyone has the ability to do this 100%, but anyone can do it partway. For example, change your schedule just half an hour while changing your clocks the full hour. Your jet lag is reduced logarithmically, so you suffer maybe 20% as much as the person who fully goes along with this stupidity.

Also bad news is most people follow this insanity in zombie-like fashion, tossing all caution aside. That's why there's a spike in both traffic fatalities and industrial accidents for the three weeks following each change to/from DWT. If you care to, you can look up the stats on how many people die from DWT each year. OSHA keeps tabs on industrial accidents--keep in mind those are the "reportable" kind (i.e., the ones the employer can't brush aside). Severed fingers, fatal falls, and other grisly injuries occur at a hugely increased rate during the "jet lag" period invoked by this insane clock change. The myriad other "unreportable" injuries aren't included in the carnage count.

The human body takes about three weeks to adjust to a clock change, and that corresponds perfectly with the injury and death data of DWT. We can deduce from this that only psychopaths think DWT is a good thing. Since CONgress doesn't vote this stupidity out of existence, we can further deduce that a significant majority of members of CONgress are psychopaths. But we already knew that.

Don't bother asking your member of CONgress to stop this barbaric practice, relegating DWT to the dustbin of history. Those folks have what I call a "negative IQ" so you can't reason with them. Plus (as noted) most of them are psychopaths, and they really don't care that people suffer. The fact they've gone along with something so costly and counterproductive all these years pretty much tells you what their attitude is.

Further, these are the same whackos who failed to repeal the Job Destruction and Unaffordable Care Act inflicted upon us by "Narcissistic Psychopath" and his cohorts. If you can't entrust them to repeal the UCA, you can't entrust them to do anything. It's amazing that CONgress carries a 5% approval rating. To me, that seems to be about 4.999999% too high.

2. Product Highlight

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3. Brainpower tip

Baked foods can be nutritious parts of your diet--assuming you avoid wheat, corn, and soy flours. However, you need to ensure they don't contain any of the other toxins typically present in commercially baked goods and in the typical items baked in the home.

A toxin commonly found in baked goods is aluminum. Ingested aluminum hugely increases your risk of Alzheimer's. I'll talk about preventing aluminum ingestion, in a moment.

In addition to getting aluminum through incorrectly prepared foods, you can get it through standard antiperspirants. Read the labels on yours, if you use these products. I do not use them, as my diet eliminates arm pit odor and arm pit stains, while my physical condition greatly reduces the need to perspire in the first place. If you eat right and exercise hard, you should not need to use these products at all.

An antiperspirant product gets applied to the arm pits, which puts it very close to a major blood supply. Ad it's a short trip from there to your brain. If you have any "roll on Alzheimer's" products, throw them away.

Now, back to food. Aluminum gets into food in several different ways. An obvious one is via aluminum cookware. If you have such cookware, throw it away. If you buy baked goods, get a written statement from the company that they don't use aluminum cookware at any point in their process (mixing, baking, etc.).

Another, less known way, is via baking powder. If you have this in your cupboard, take the container out and read the label. You will see a form of aluminum as an ingredient.

How this can possibly be legal is a testament to the lawlessness that pervades what pretends to be the Food and Drug Administration. If they actually cared about food safety, this product would carry a minimum life sentence for anyone trying to pass it off as food. The reason the FDA exists is to stomp out smaller competitors so the big food corporations can continue their "poison for profit" business model. So don't expect them to watch out for you. They don't.

The good news here is you can buy baking powder that is marked "Aluminum Free." It's more expensive than the "Alzheimer's in a Can" variety, but if you think it costs too much to switch away from the "Alzheimer's in a Can" variety then I suggest you spend some time around a person suffering from Alzheimer's. My mom is one of several people I know afflicted with this, and I can tell you it is a horrible way to go.

This gives rise to the question, "If I am at someone else's house and they offer baked goods, what should I do?" Eating what is probably poison is not a smart option. That person can't help you if you get Alzheimer's, so don't worry if they feel offended. Chances are they won't feel offended, they'll just think you're watching your waistline. My opinion is that you should politely decline.

Later, when nobody is on the spot, try to educate this person on the aluminum poisoning problem (no need to mention those baked goods you turned down). Even better, talk this up NOW so that you can happily accept those offerings of baked goods knowing they won't bake your brain.

It is important to boycott products that are obviously poisonous, and "Alzheimer's in a Can" is one such product. We are not going to stop the "poison for profit" problem by sending the psychopaths our money. We can stop it if we get enough people to stop buying toxic garbage.

Granted, with the stupidity epidemic fully raging now that isn't a likely possibility. But what is very possible is we can cause enough shift in demand to greatly lower our risks of exposure while helping other people avoid the horrific effects of consuming toxins like aluminum.

Talk to the manager of your grocery store about this, and see if they will put the Aluminum Free product next to the "Alzheimer's in a Can" products. See if they will help make consumers aware. Ask if there's a way they can take social responsibility seriously and not carry "Alzheimer's in a Can" or at least put up a sign that says, "These products contain aluminum, which greatly increases the risk of Alzheimer's" and we advise the Aluminum Free alternative which we are proud to carry."

Chances are that your grocer cannot do this; most also carry cigarettes and Crisco shortening. But it's worth a shot.

4. Finance tip

Vinegar is a useful solvent. I use vinegar and baking soda for most of my cleaning needs. Not only do I save money, but I also avoid the toxicity of the petroleum-based cleaners typically used in the home. I buy the largest box of baking soda and buy white vinegar by the gallon.

Recently, a Delta faucet in my home was leaking. The nice thing about Delta faucets is you can replace the seals and the ball valve. But if you have vinegar and baking soda on hand (which, of course, I do), you may be able to fix the parts instead of replace them.

I noticed the ball was gunked up due to our hard water. I tried to clean it using an old toothbrush and dish soap. No effect. I poured some baking soda into a coffee cup, then mashed that ball into it until it was covered in baking soda. Then I set it in the cup and poured in vinegar.

After the fizzing and foaming was done, I removed the ball. It was perfectly clean and quite shiny. I reassembled the faucet. No leak.

Many people are unaware that their sink drains and traps are loaded with flora and fauna that emit harmful gases. Remove a trap sometime, and you'll feel the bacterial slime in there. Cats and dogs, and some people, can smell the odor this produces. Want to know a cheap, safe, effective way to eliminate this problem? Pour baking soda down the drain, then follow with vinegar.

There are probably several books extolling the virtues and uses of vinegar. Too numerous to mention here, but stain removal is yet another. You can also use baking soda to clean carpet; rub it in before going to bed, vacuum it up the next day. For tough stains, use baking soda and vinegar together.

My feline companion decided to eat in the bedroom, this spring. The problem is she was eating a rabbit she'd brought in the house, and then killed right there near my bed. This left quite the blood stain in the carpet. After removing the rabbit remains, I poured baking soda on the stain and tamped it down. A few hours later, I came back and vacuumed it up. There was still a stain.

So my next trick was to gently rub baking soda into the carpet, using an old toothbrush. I'd wait at least an hour, then come back and pour vinegar on it. A few applications like this, and it finally was gone. Looking at that area now, you could never tell this was the scene of such ghastly carnage.

5. Security tip

The world's leading terrorist organization is a threat to every law-abiding family in the USA. We need to put it out of existence, while we still can. Contact your misrepresentatives today, and demand it.

Do not wait until you have trouble, yourself. "First they came for....then there was nobody left, and they came for me."

Here is yet another example of the sh-- they pull, as reported by Senator Jerry Moran:


Acting IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel Last month, I sent a letter to Commissioner Werfel questioning potential IRS audits of veteran service organizations. I had significant concerns when I learned that an American Legion Post in Round Rock, Texas, had been fined $12,000 by the IRS for presumably failing to supply military service documents to satisfy IRS auditor requirements. The military service of veterans is already verified upon application and admittance to an American Legion post. It appears the IRS may be trying to solve a problem that does not exist. I never received a written response from the Commissioner, and consequently asked for a face to face meeting.

On Thursday, I sat down with Commissioner Werfel to discuss this important issue. Mr. Werfel’s assured me the IRS is not making a concerted effort to target veteran service organizations. However, the IRS must provide greater clarification to these organizations about the proof of military service requirements necessary to maintain their tax-exempt status as a 501(c)(19) organization under the tax code.

Mr. Werfel agreed that the discrepancy between the 2011 Internal Revenue Manual and the 2013 Treasury Tax Guide for Veterans’ Organizations is confusing and needs to be resolved. I asked Mr. Werfel to make certain the IRS does a better job of communicating with the American Legion and other veteran service organizations to explain ground truth with IRS audit requirements.

Commissioner Werfel indicated that the IRS will renew their outreach and technical assistance with veteran service organizations, and that conversation must continue. It is my hope that for the sake of our veterans these legitimate concerns can be alleviated quickly and fears of IRS audits put at ease. I will continue to monitor this issue closely, to ensure that the IRS is not overstepping its bounds of privacy and respect for America’s veterans.


Note also, this highly relevant item that followed in the Senator's newsletter:

Suicide Awareness Month

As a member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, and in recognition of the support veterans deserve, I sponsored a Senate resolution promoting Suicide Prevention Awareness Month for the month of September, which passed the Senate Thursday night.

The resolution supports the goals and efforts of National Suicide Prevention Month and encourages Americans to learn more about suicide’s warning signs in order to help prevent suicide and promote mental health. This resolution is an opportunity to raise awareness and promote discussion among our military force and veterans.

Twenty-two veterans commit suicide each day in our country, and we should do everything in our power to support individuals who are at risk and suffering. Click here to learn more.


6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Frequent contributor Howard contributed this item.

It's a good article, and it includes exercises you can do.

I want to elaborate on this, a bit. The author points toward staring at electronic screens as a common cause of eye problems. That is true. A good first defense is to take frequent breaks from that. Simply turn your head and look away.

Another problem arises from typical computer, laptop, and tablet use. It's called "head forward" posture. It puts strain on the neck (leading to ruptured disks), but also weakens the whole posture chain. A side effect of this is the rounding of the shoulders, which means the front deltoids are rotated forward out of their normal plane. This leads to torn rotator cuffs, because it destabilizes the joint and weakens the rear deltoids.

Make a point of sitting on the front edge of your chair with your feet flat on the floor. if you combine this with consciously pulling your shoulders back, you force your mid and lower back to be "straight" (curved properly instead of convexly).

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Sitting this way, you may notice fatigue in your quadriceps. To relieve this, don't start slouching. Get up and go for a short walk, then sit back down.

Most Americans have extremely underdeveloped quads. If you can't sit in the position described without quad fatigue setting in, you are one of those Americans. You'll just need to give your muscles time to adapt to actually being used regularly. So maybe sit correctly on even-numbered days until you are in a condition that permits doing so all the time.

Note that you can't employ this posture-saving position when driving an automobile. But you can adjust the seat so that you aren't hunching forward to reach the steering wheel. Press your shoulder blades all the way back into your seatback. You should be able to comfortably grasp the wheel with arms slightly bent. Most Americans have their seat too far forward, so don't be surprised if you have to move yours.


At, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:
  • The best workouts are short and intense.
  • A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction than the typical American diet.

7. Factoid

People in nudist colonies play volleyball more than any other sport.

8. Thought for the Day

As noted previously, Will Rogers was brilliant. Here's another of his gems:

"The business of government is to keep the government out of business - that is, unless business needs government aid."

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Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified. Often, sources are given; but where not given, they are readily available to anyone who makes the effort.

Mark provides information from either research or his own areas of established expertise. Sometimes, what appears to be a personal opinion is the only possibility when applying sound logic--reason it out before judging! (That said, some personal opinions do appear on occasion).

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