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Mindconnection eNL, 2013-12-01


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

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1. Good News

Zombie-ism may be on its way out. See this video about the rise of liberty and the rise of the nation's second major political party:

The state-run media can't suppress all rational commentary on the crime, and amazingly this devastating blow to The Matrix made it past the censors: And it's still available online!

Unfortunately, what you see in this video is the author is invited to discuss her book but is interrupted and misdirected with irrelevancies and inanities. But if you ignore the stupidity bombardment, you can get the fact that there's a major exposť of the crime available for intelligent people to peruse. This is powerful stuff that may cause even more members of the zombie class to engage their brains and join those who actually think.

Here's a follow-up from a man who is (arguably) THE icon for the restoration of law and order: He still hasn't "had an accident" and this video is still available. The criminals can't keep up with the freedom movement, and that is truly good news.

Another sign of how zombie-ism is weakening is the huge drop in approval ratings of our current criminal in chief. Statisticians have a mantra, "Compared to what?" when asked to analyze data. So here's a comparison to help you put this in perspective:

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted to smoking crack cocaine, was caught in drunken stupors, and was filmed making an expletive-laced rant. But November polls show that even he is more popular than the "Obummer." Of course, Mayor Ford has merely been embarrassing. People have a higher tolerance for some idiot making a fool of himself than they do for some psychopath deliberately hurting people,

In contrast to Ford, Obama has been hugely destructive. People have a low tolerance for seeing their friends evicted from their homes (a consequence of Obama's willful and aggressive destruction of the economy) or losing their medical insurance (an inevitable consequence of Obummercare). Obama's many other fiascoes, brazen crimes, and outright attacks on the country have an increasing number of people steaming. Unfortunately, it's unlikely this criminal will ever face trial. Instead, he'll probably live out the millionaire's life with armed Secret Service agents protecting him for the next 50 years at our expense.

A great video that explained the contrast between these idiots was pulled from Youtube, and that's actually good news. It means the criminals are scared. They are suppressing dissent. That video hit a very sensitive spot, which is also good news because it means the non-zombies are hitting the criminals where it hurts.

Let's keep on keeping on, waking up zombies to the crime and malfeasance. Together, we may be able to effect real change. And that would be very good news.

2. Product Highlight

The DVBPR5 captures audio and video, discreetly.

Use it to take still photos, record video, or capture conversation. And, yes, you can even write with it. Use it to take audio, visual, and written notes in lectures, meetings, and interviews. Just put the pen in your pocket, and the hidden camera records everything you see.

Some great uses:

  • Wear while interviewing someone, to capture the interview.
  • Capture footage for security purposes at school events, association dinners, or political events.
  • Provide to store clerks to obtain extra video for robbery followup.
  • Supervisors can wear to "catch" employees doing things right and record that for promotion or other incentives.
  • Wear at public event; capture pickpockets and others you might not normally notice.
  • Wear while walking dog, document anything unusual in your neighborhood.



3. Brainpower tip

I came across this gem of an analogy, recently:

Participating in a gun buy back program because you think that criminals have too many guns... like having yourself castrated because you think your neighbors have too many kids.

It still amazes me every time someone spews forth an idea that we need to keep guns out of the hands of the potential victims any time there's a tragic stabbing or shooting. I remember one tragic death last year in which the man was beaten to death, and the "solution" was the same old knee-jerk "Ban guns!" stupidity. If only he'd had a gun, he'd still be alive today.

The analogy above nicely points out the stupidity in these kinds of "solutions." You can use analogies to examine other ideas. Just apply the same logic and see if the intended results would ensue (or make any sense).

Doing this isn't always easy. You may have to get creative. But you might find something from your own experience to draw upon.

For example, your boss gives you conflicting orders. Rather than waste your brainpower trying to sort this out (and thus underperforming elsewhere), toss the problem back at your boss. You can use an analogy such as, "This seems like you're asking me to put my foot on the gas and the brake at the same time. Can you please examine the situation and get back to me with a clarification?"

This process of making your boss accept responsibility is called "managing up." It's a great tactic (for anyone with a career, especially) to use whenever appropriate. Not only does it spare you the stress of trying to figure out what is really needed, it puts you in a positive light versus the alternative (looking like a patsy). You get respect because you ask for it. Just be sure you do that respectfully.

4. Finance tip

Ignore the "other criminal choice" banner in the background.

Being armed with this information can help you fight the crime that is plundering the economy, fueling inflation (taxing you again on money you already paid income tax on), eroding your community, and endangering your livelihood.

5. Security tip

From Howard:

I found a free utility that will erase everything on a hard drive including the protected areas that contain the passwords that will freeze a drive. This utility was developed by the Center for Magnetic Recording Research at the UC San Diego under a grant from NIST.

I have multiple drives that have suddenly frozen up and rather turn them into cute paperweights or pay the ransomware AFF Recovery wanted for their unlocking utility I located this.

Here is the link to a story about the software:

Here is the link to download the software:


PS I had to use a Search engine in Germany to locate the information and links. There is an organization called Secure that sells this same software. Given that the software was developed at the taxpayers expense it should be free. Apparently Google based search engines disagree.

PPS The English language version of the German Search Engine is at: 


6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Recently, I spotted the video "Raw Food Made Easy" in my local public library's nonfiction DVD section. I like to peruse the titles, because that section is a treasure trove of educational material.

Naturally, I grabbed that DVD. Prior to watching it, my idea of raw food was either raw fruit or chopped garden vegetables. I have both, daily. One of my six daily meals consists of a variety of raw vegetables (kale, bok choy, onions, squash, eggplant, etc.) topped by minced raw garlic and two quartered boiled eggs. I make my own dressing (olive oil and vinegar, with a dab of ground mustard), and also sprinkle with spices such as turmeric, black pepper, and home-grown basil.

This DVD was a real eye-opener for me! The host walks you through various meals you can make, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. All very tasty and easy to prepare with raw food. She also shows her system for sticking with raw food when traveling.

At age 51.
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But she doesn't just trot out recipes. She shows chef techniques and really addresses how you can save time and bolster your nutrition while avoiding toxins.

Now, you may not want to give up cooked food. And that's fine. But by incorporating raw food into your diet, you will probably be much better off. You save time, save money, and help protect your health. Plus the dishes she demonstrated taste fabulous.

I checked out her Website,, and suggest you do also. You might be tempted to sign up for her series of classes, and if so that's fine. For most folks, the better option would be to order a DVD from her and then follow up with a book. Practice the techniques (which may require obtaining a few new kitchen items) and gain some success with a few simple dishes, and THEN take the plunge.

I mentioned this fantastic resource to a family member who asked, "What about meat?" My reply was that many bodybuilders today don't eat meat. What's commercially available is loaded with toxins, thus overloading the liver. Bodybuilding puts great stress on the liver (it has to process many more dead cells, for example), which is why knowledgeable bodybuilders are so keen on liver health.

The healthier your liver is and less distracted by unnecessary tasks such as removing meat-borne toxins, the better it can do what needs doing to get you the great results you train so hard for.

Unless you're fine with eating raw meat, a raw food diet isn't going to include meat. But you get enough protein from plants if you follow a good vegetarian nutrition plan. The real issue is where you'll get your B12 from, if you don't eat meat. Check out the prices on B12 supplements--very, very cheap.


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

Ancient Roman, Chinese, and German societies often used urine as mouthwash. We need to establish this practice for those rascals in CONgress!

8. Thought for the Day

Diapers and politicians should be changed often, and for the same reason.

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The views expressed in this e-newsletter are generally not shared by criminals, zombies, or brainwashed individuals.

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).

The purpose of this publication is to inform and empower its readers (and save you money!).

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