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Mindconnection eNL, 2013-12-15


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

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1. Good News

It's not good news that we have a global potable water crisis looming; I'll get to the good news in a moment.

In a previous edition of this eNL, I pointed out that exacerbating the potable water shortage appears to be the goal of the North Dakota fracking (because if they were really doing it for the gas, they wouldn't burn off a third of what they extract). The psychopaths who create the various crises for their fun and profit didn't count on engineers to thwart them. And the good news is that is exactly what's happening: And that is really good news.

On another front, there is new hope for the millions of Americans who have been, or are being, subjected to the systematic abuse and terrorism unlawfully inflicted by a particular band of psychopaths.

This same good news also means the possibility of removing huge financial burdens from the economy and thus vastly relieving the rampant poverty in the USA. With 20% of American children below the poverty line, there is a serious problem with our economy; among industrialized nations, only Romania is worse in this regard.

On 06DEC, I received the e-mail below from an organization that's seeing very encouraging results in its efforts to end the terrorism and the economic devastation in one fell swoop. By the time you read this newsletter, the results may be even better. You can help restore law and order by taking at least one of the actions recommended in this message:

They are lining up to get on board with Repeal 16's efforts to repeal the income tax (16th Amendment) thanks in large part to your grassroots efforts!

Just yesterday, Congressman Kerry Bentivolio (MI) signed on as the latest co-sponsor to HJ Res 104, the bill to repeal the 16th Amendment. That brings the number of co-sponsors to 10, and the bill was only filed two weeks ago! Momentum to repeal the income tax, end the IRS and promote real tax reform is quickly spreading across Capitol Hill.

I’ll be joining several members of the Repeal 16 team in Washington, D.C. next week to continue spreading the word about repealing the income tax, and to thank the members of Congress who have already signed onto HJ Res 104. Will you take just a few minutes to join me in thanking them?  

Far too often legislators are contacted when they do something we don't like, but we think we should take time to thank the Repeal 16 champions. Here's how you can do that:

  1. Click on the name of a Repeal 16 co-sponsor below.
  2. The link will take you to their congressional website where you can send them a direct email.
  3. Copy and paste this message:
    • As a supporter of the Repeal 16 Coalition, I want to thank you for supporting HJ Res 104. Your dedication to repealing the income tax, ending the IRS and promoting real tax reform has not gone unnoticed. I ask you to continue to stand strong with Repeal 16 and urge your colleagues in the House to join you as a co-sponsor to the bill. Thank you!

Repeal 16 legislative champions:
Rep. Jim Bridenstine (OK) - Sponsor
Rep. Thomas Massie (KY)
Rep. Ron DeSantis (FL)
Rep. Paul Broun (GA)
Rep. Andy Harris (MD)
Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ)
Rep. Mac Thornberry (TX)
Rep. Randy Weber (TX)
Rep. Rob Woodall (GA)
Rep. Ted Yoho (FL)
Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (MI) 

If your time allows, we would love for you to send a note to all ten co-sponsors, plus Congressman Bridenstine. If not, just pick the two or three who you think could most use your encouragement.

I can’t wait to hear about all the positive messages these members will have received when I get to Washington, D.C. next week. Thank you for everything you do to make Repeal of the 16th amendment a reality!

2. Product Highlight

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  • Can't figure out the best way to set up your hidden surveillance camera for the meeting? No problem. Just set your keys on the table and pretend nothing's going on. Hiding in plain sight, this hidden camera can record the entire meeting. Even if there's a sudden change in venue.
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3. Brainpower tip

These tech tips help you work smarter:

4. Finance tip

Big thanks to my friend Paul Rosenberg his work on this article:

5. Security tip

Don't let yourself be intimidated into signing up for Obummercare. One "deliverable" of this illegal scam is to steal private information from those gullible enough to go along with this scam, for the use of private companies. See this:

This is yet another reason we need arrests and indictments of those in power in the District of Corruption.

Thanks to Charlie for this item.


6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Thanks to Jennifer for asking a question that takes us in a direction I don't explore very often in this column. She asked:

"We just bought a water pick [sic] and they say on the instructions you can use your favorite mouthwash in it. Is that a good idea?"

In a word, no.

Before I explain why, let's address a legal issue here. Please note that "WaterPik" is a proper noun. It's a registered trade name for a brand. There's no such thing as a "water pick" but what people mean by this is a dental irrigator. It just so happens that WaterPik is the premium brand in this space. I've tried other brands, to avoid the higher price of a WaterPik. But when I finally "splurged" on a WatePik I found it to be every penny.

At age 51.
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Now, why is it not a good idea to add mouthwash to your dental irrigator?

These mouthwashes contain alcohol (normally, unless you get special alcohol-free ones). That's why, if you do add mouthwash to your unit, you will eventually see black particles coming out the nozzle. For the same reason that you should not use alcohol "enhanced" (ethanol) fuel in your automobile (it destroys rubber and other materials in the fuel system), you should not use it in your dental irrigator.

But another, more important reason is you do not want to force alcohol under your gum line. This can severely disrupt the fauna there, promoting gum disease.

And there's yet another reason. Because (most) mouthwashes also have various toxic chemicals to artificially color and flavor them, you're also injecting carcinogens under your gum line. That can't be good for your oral health. In fact, I say don't even use mouthwash. Several safe alternatives exist, such as mint, cinnamon, and thyme. Make a tea and swish, or just put some on your tongue.

So what if you want to get things really clean and fresh with that dental irrigator? Use a 50-50 mix of distilled white vinegar and water. You will be amazed at how clean your teeth get. And it's totally nontoxic. Doesn't taste great, but you don't have to taste it for long.

When you're done cleaning your teeth and gums this way, do two things:

  1. Brush with baking soda. This will buffer the pH, offsetting the acidity of the vinegar. It will also create a slight foaming action that will further clean crevasses and pits in/on your tooth enamel.
  2. Dump the reservoir out. Then refill it with water and run the unit to purge it of vinegar. You can use the stream to clean the sink or top of the drain, if you want.

Now, the single best thing you can do for your oral health is eat a good diet. I've covered diet tips many times in this newsletter, so won't go into that again here. A good diet does wonders for your breath, oral bacteria balance, caries prevention, and the prevention of plaque buildup. The modern western diet is very antagonistic to oral health (and to health in general), making detailed "home care" (as dentists call it) essential. If you don't make a mess via bad diet in the first place, you don't need as much cleaning.

You can look up this interesting fact. There are tribes that had zero incidence of caries before being introduced to the grain-based diet. Since that introduction, caries is rampant among their population.


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

The average person who stops smoking requires one hour less sleep a night. What does that tell you about the drain this drug habit puts on the human body?

8. Thought for the Day

Nine out of ten proctologists recommend removing Obama.


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