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Mindconnection eNL, 2020-07-04


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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. George Soros, Nancy Pelosi, and Barry Soetoro have not shut down the 4th of July. Despite all the other terrible things they have done recently, at least they didn't do this. And that's good news.

Item 2. Amazon recently launched a $2 billion climate fund to invest in companies developing ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Item 3. Jeff Bezos bought Nancy Pelosi a home in Venezuela and a one-way plane ticket to go there. OK, that didn't really happen. But the mere thought of it gives decent people a happy-boost.

Item 4. The USA economic downturn has been easing back upward. Read the full story here:

Item 5. Ordinary citizens are calling and visiting police stations, offering gifts and messages of support. That is really good news.

Item 6. Candace Owens has been fighting the race wars, using facts and logic. She is intelligent, articulate, and "black". See her here: She is good news for America.

Item 7. The Hodge Twins discuss "The St Louis couple", here: They use common sense to provide a clear and reality-based commentary. It's good news that we have the Hodge Twins to provide a perspective you just don't see on the Communist News Network or other sources of Marxist propaganda. These guys are the real deal.

Item 8. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that about 8 million jobs have been added back to the economy during May and June. This is good news, because it means more taxpayers to rob to pay for Nazi Pelosi's harebrained spending schemes. It's also good news for those who have the jobs. It would be even better news if Nazi Pelosi didn't have a job. Read the BLS story here:

Item 9. An experimental vaccine for CV-19 is showing promise. Read the full story here:

Item 10. There's still no effective treatment, much less a cure, for libtardism. But experts are theorizing that the violence spawned by this disease could cause a significant number of libtards to snap out of it. Researchers of libtardism have long known that traumatic events can stimulate dormant brain cells in people who suffer from this affliction. The combination of CV-19, the race riots, Nazi Pelosi antics, and now Joe "Dementia" Biden's running for POTUS should do the trick for many of the afflicted. Just don't share any good news with them at this time, or you could defeat the cure.


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3. Brainpower tip

Most libtards, afraid of being called racist by other libtards, have fully embraced yet another racist scheme. Yes, we all know "white" libtards say stupid things to, and about, people they perceive as being of a particular "race" to avoid being seen as racist. It does not bother them that some of the people they label bristle at being infantilized this way, at being treated as "other" this way, as being defined in such a trite manner despite their impressive achievements. All that matters to most libtards is getting the approval of other libtards.

But sometimes, they take this nonsense to extremes (even for them). The latest libtard exercise in racism is their practice of mindlessly repeating stupid things they've been told by the Communist News Network and other Marxist brainwashing outlets, in regards to the myth that police are systematically targeting black men and shooting them.

Let's look at some actual numbers.

  • About 7,500 black people are killed by homicide in the USA each year. The vast majority are black men (including black cops), killed by other black men (non-police black men).
  • Only nine unarmed black men were killed by police in 2019. That is nine too many, but still not the huge number the media want us to believe. And it is FAR more than the number of unarmed black men killed by black men last year.
  • Of the 1,004 victims of police shootings in 2019 who were armed or otherwise dangerous, 235 were black. That doesn't mean police were shooting blacks out of racism, even though that number is proportionately twice the number of blacks in the population. Those who were shot were coincidentally black, they were shot because they were violent and/or resisting arrest. The proportion of blacks shot is actually far less than the crime rates that would put blacks in those positions. In other words, the police preferentially showed restraint when a black person was involved.
  • Blacks commit about 60% of all homicides and robberies in the largest counties in the USA. Black commit gun homicide at 10 times the rate of whites and Hispanics COMBINED. In other words (again), the police preferentially showed restraint when a black person was involved.

Now, let's look at another aspect of those statistics. Not all people of color call themselves black, nor do all people whom others want to slap a label onto as black call themselves black. Not all "black" people fit a certain profile, act a certain way, talk a certain way, fit a certain demographic, etc. Whether you are "black" or not says nothing about you as an individual. The fact a person commits a crime or behaves in any other way that unduly attracts police attention is primarily what attracts police attention. The problem with police violence toward criminals isn't race, it's criminals.

The same cannot be said for black on black crime. The mere fact you are black or live in a "black" neighborhood makes you a target of black on black crime. There are ample statistics on this. So it is not the police who are racist, and it is not even "black men" who are racist (see the preceding paragraph's first few sentences). It is racist criminals who are racist. And it is these racist criminals whom libtards wish not to offend so they "stand in solidarity" with organizations like Black Lives Matter.

Yes, Black Lives Matter is an actual organization. And yes, they have advocated terrifying violence by spewing lies about police and engaging in various actions to get black people to throw gasoline bombs into occupied buildings, burn police cars, destroy buildings, and kill people. To say that a group who does such things is not a terrorist group is simply wrong. Those are terrorist acts, and they achieve the desired effect. Terrorism is used to destabilize a society by fear of violence, which is exactly what BLM does.

A big objective of BLM is to defund the police. People who mistakenly believe the police are targeting black people (instead of preferentially cutting them a lot of slack compared to the rest of us) might see this as a solution. These same people want regular citizens disarmed. OK, so there you are with no firearm and no police. Think about it. The agenda of BLM and related groups has nothing to do with social justice.

Race is an artificial social construct that, by its very nature, divides people. It puts us into artificial groups based on trivial attributes. When Barry Soetoro, who is not even a black man, illegally occupied the White House for eight years, he aggressively attacked the economy in a way that disproportionately affected "black" people. Yet, because of the lie that this half-white, 45% Arab was somehow "black" and "one of us"--people who feel being "black" defines them bought his narrative of "black" oppression and the laughable idea that he was somehow on their side. Soetoro (his real legal name) reignited the race hatreds of the 1960s while also putting millions of people out of work (minorities were most heavily affected by this) .

Note: Barry Soeotoro was not a descendant of slaves. He was not even born in the USA unless somehow his mother, who was not in Hawaii at the time of his birth, had him remotely (a physical impossibility). He was born Barrack Hussein Obama to Stanley Ann Durham, who was statutorily raped by the sperm donor (Barrack Obama, a radical Marxist). In 1965, Ms. Durham married Lolo Soetoro, who adopted little Barry. There is no record Barry changed his name back to Obama. After six years of growing up in Indonesia, Barry came to America in 1971. His alleged "birth certificate" is a hospital certificate and an obvious forgery. If you have not obtained your own birth certificate, go through that process and you will understand why Barry was unable to get one of his own. As a C student, he got into Yale and later Harvard using the foreign exchange student system. This man is more responsible for the current race crisis than any police department is.

Also responsible for the mayhem are the libtards, the Marxist "news" outlets, and the various hate groups that are telling "black" people they are inept, helpless victims of white oppression. What a slap in the face to every "black" person who has been successful in life due to his or her own hard work and determination.

It has been said that all that is required for evil to flourish is for good men to do nothing. I think it is also true that for racism and other kinds of hatred to flourish, all that is required is for people to repeat things they've heard instead of using some brainpower to get at the truth.

4. Finance tip

These are hard times for many Americans (most subscribers live in the USA, thus I am coming from that vantage point):
  • CV-19 social isolation.
  • Massive job losses since March.
  • Marxists and anarchists are fully at war with our society.
  • Most people under 40 don't value hard work or believe they should do it.
  • Criminal safety advocates like Nancy "Nutcase" Pelosi want to take away our firearms AND our police.
  • Nancy "Nutcase" Pelosi is next in line for POTUS, behind the VP. This keeps many people up at night.
  • The federal debt continues to grow at a rapid clip, which means the central bank will continue inflating the money supply.
  • The IRS still exists.
  • The concept of healthcare is still unpopular with Americans, despite the CV-19 pandemic.
  • Companies that process food and then sell it as food still get away with that harmful fraud.
  • The Communist News Network and other spewers of lies, propaganda, fake news, negativity, and stupidity still have a massive audience.
  • Libtards mindlessly repeat  lies, propaganda, fake news, negativity, and stupidity without so much as a "smell test" and they are aggressive about it.

Against this backdrop, people who are not "brain challenged" worry about their future. That worry is far from baseless, but worrying about problems and solving them are two different things. Some things to consider:

  • You've handled life pretty well up to this point. That includes some humdinger problems that you overcame. You can probably handle what is coming.
  • You are not alone. Network with other intelligent, responsible people. Share concerns, insights, and solutions.
  • Life isn't permanent. Make the best of your limited time, rather than letting worries about the unknown (the future) occupy your thoughts.
  • You are not libtarded. That fact is a reason to rejoice, several times a day.
  • Maintain hope. The eCON-omist, a con job communist "news" magazine published in the UK, in the same issue gives Trump a 10% chance of being re-elected and a 20% chance of being re-elected. The commies are scared.
  • Plan ahead and prepare. Look at what contingencies and you might need if things go really sideways. For example, I keep a large Igloo cooler of water (I change the water every few months).
  • Reduce or eliminate personal debt.
  • Declutter your home.
  • Fix, repair, replace, or eliminate your things that need fixing, repairing, replacing, or eliminating.
  • Take care of relationships. Go through your list of friends (real ones, not Facebook ones) and note when you last said something encouraging to each one. Address any deficiencies there.
  • Do you have a grudge against anyone? Bury the hatchet. Do something nice for that person, as a gesture of good will.
  • Is there some crucial skill set missing from your circle of friends and important contacts? Fill it in. Some person with that skill set would probably enjoy being associated with you; ask around.
  • Make sure you are not skipping workouts or meals.
  • What about your fighting ability? I practice martial arts almost daily. If you're in a violent situation, you can't rely on other people for help. Learn and practice a few techniques until they are "muscle memory". Then practice more. I taught a student only two moves, and he was so good at them he took second place in the Dallas City Wide Open Style Martial Arts Tournament.
  • Check your weapons. Knives and guns, obviously; but they aren't the only weapons available to you.  Learn and practice not only empty-hand combat, but also how to use common objects as weapons. If I can pick it up, I can kill you with it. If I can't pick it up, I can slam you into it. Take an inventory of what's in your home, office, or other place. Use purposeful imagination to mentally practice using each object as a weapon.

5. Security tip

Most of us lock our doors at night to keep intruders out. This is one way to protect our physical selves and our material possessions. But what about protecting ourselves intellectually and emotionally? Do you lock that door, too?

Here's what I mean by that. I don't do the news. Period. But I can tell every time something of any magnitude hits the news, because my company's online sales for that day drop. This means millions of people are in a state of emotional stress simply because of some event that doesn't affect them and that they have no control over.

I stopped reading newspapers in 1982. Why? Because I was working in a nuclear power plant when the newspaper of the second largest city in the state (25 miles away) did a smear job on the plant, including an interview with a 10 year old kid. They quoted citizens talking about "scary vapors" coming out of the plant. This was before there was any nuclear fuel onsite. It was just the vapor from the evaporative cooling towers. This system pulled filthy water from the Rock River, cleaned it up, circulated it through the evaporators, and put most of it back into the river. At the time, it wasn't really cooling anything. It was just running because it was operational.

Because I was very busy once I left home at age 20, I didn't watch television until getting married several years later. And even then, I rarely watched it. So I never developed the habit of watching television news. I think the last television news show I watched was in the 1970s. I have not watched television at all since 1990, so I "missed" all the mind-numbing, time-sapping television shows since that time. Is all television bad? No. But I avoid it completely.

Now, I said I stopped reading newspapers. That isn't entirely true. I read one edition of the New York Times, given to me by a coworker in 1997. It was awful. The bias, disinformation, lies, distortions, nonsense, and negativity were extreme. Going back a little further, during graduate school around 1991 I started subscribing to the Wall Street Journal, which technically isn't a newspaper but is a financial journal. After little more than a decade with The Journal, they interviewed me for a story on pocket electronic translators. They got every relevant fact wrong. I ended my subscription.

Nearly all so-called "news" sources are biased and negative. For this reason, they lower your effective IQ (by feeding you incorrect "facts" so you know less than nothing about the subject) and bombard you with negative energy that lowers your emotional state. Closing the door on this bullying is how you prevent it.

So here I am saying don't do the news. When I say this to most people, they ask, "How, then, are you supposed to know what's going on in the world?" My response is along the lines of, "You don't know what's going on in the world now, if you are getting your 'information' from the news. You know less than nothing, because much of what you do know is not true."

  • A friend of mine solves this problem by just perusing headlines from many sources. Riot in Minneapolis? Got it. Libtard perspective on why it happened and what it means? No, not going to subject myself to that. But he's retired and has the time to do this. I'm not, and I don't.

  • Another way to solve the problem, other than simply refuse all so-called news sources, is to subscribe to two at different ends of the political spectrum and compare them. I simply do not have the time for this, and there is no guarantee the comparison will reveal what's true and what's not. It could be that both sources left out the truth. If they even bothered to discover it in the first place.

  • So is any news source good? I came across Epoch Times on YouTube, and subscribed to that. They have both print and digital editions. The "voice" of the Epoch Times is a tad biased, but unlike The Economist (radically left wing and intolerant of anyone or anything that is not), the editors make an effort to let the reader decide. The Economist simply shouts at the reader and presents every issue in an echo chamber way as if you're a moron for having any other viewpoint. I have caught them in so many lies! Still, even with Epoch Times I do much like my friend and barely do more than peruse the headlines. I've also heard good things about Brietbart and people have sent me articles from it.

Current events, by definition, are temporary. So I don't try to fill my head with them. News is not news once you've read it, so what's the point in reading it? Anything that matters will still "be a thing" long after the "news aura" is gone.

I read to be informed, inspired, or both. I read trade magazines, science journals, association magazines, hobbyist magazines, and other sources of vetted, non-news information. Well, there is some news in some of these. For example, Family Handyman magazine might tell readers about a new tool or product we can use to make home repair or maintenance easier. The Mensa Bulletin also has news, such as the science news column and news about what's going on in the organization.

And as a Patron Life Member of the NRA, I read America's First Freedom (now in its 20th year of publication). It is admittedly biased, but the bias is about protecting a natural human right (the right to self-defense) and our Constitutional right to bear arms. Because these rights are under constant assault, we law-abiding citizens need to keep apprised of what's going on. But again, I often just skim the articles. Why? Because much of what I might read about how badly we are treated by Nazi Pelosi and other whackos could be depressing. I would rather have a conversation with a sane person and explain why firearms are tools for personal protection. Pursuant to these conversations, formerly unarmed people have decided to take training and buy a weapon. I don't dwell on the idiocy of people who believe only criminals and privileged politicians (is there a difference?) should have firearms; that would be depressing. Helping others help themselves is uplifting, so I take that approach.

Regarding Nazi Pelosi, I get my views of her right from the source. I subscribe to her newsletter. It is depressing to see that someone third in line for POTUS can be so insane and aggressive about it. But she is third in line for POTUS so knowing what she says is important. Locking the door here is probably unwise until she is no longer a threat to America. She looks good for her age, and normally I am delighted when someone does. In her case, it means she's unlikely to retire soon. She's voted in by the 12th District of California, and that district is entirely within San Francisco. This is not a city known for normalcy or even sanity. But perhaps even they will have enough sanity to vote her out this November. One can hope and dream....

I have touched only on "news" as something to lock the door on. Don't forget other foolishness, such as mindless arguments or emotional energy wasted in antisocial media. If you participate in these downers to fill your spare time with something to do, there are alternatives. For example, pick up the phone and call an old friend. Some truly amazing people and I go way back. I mean way back; some for several decades. Why would I have a pointless argument with a stranger on antisocial media when I can talk with someone who enriched my life one way or another for many years? The fact these people, of such high caliber, still associate with me is in itself "an upper" for me.

Long associations and friendships are great. I also have "new" friends, because I am making those all the time. You don't make new friends by parking yourself in front of a television or arguing on Facebook. But you do lose old ones that way.

Think carefully about which doors you open and close emotionally and intellectually. Property and your physical self are not the only things needing protection.

6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Photo taken a couple of weeks after my 59th birthday.

Note that the information provided here will likely conflict with the "fad of the moment" and other unsustainable, unproductive ways of looking at health and fitness.

Article appears below.

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The Invincible Immune System, Part 5: Avoidance

This was my second discovery. I had grown up with relatives who drank out of each other's glasses or put their fork into the common serving dish. These and other behaviors needlessly introduce pathogens. The principle is that you avoid contact with other people's pathogens. This does not mean be a germophobe. Going barefoot outside and putting your hands in garden soil are both good ways to help boost your immune system (though each carries risk, for example there is a parasite that enters through your unshod foot). It does not mean to bleach every surface in your home (in fact, avoid using bleach in your home).

Also, it's not axiomatic that you will get sick if you get someone else's pathogens on you or even in you. If you eat any animal products, you can't avoid getting another creature's pathogens. If you eat any plant products, you almost certain eat substances secreted by insects in addition to actual insect parts. So don't think in terms of trying to create a sterile environment. Think in terms of avoiding excessive exposure to other people's pathogens.

Here are some practical tips:

  • Don't share a glass or bottle with anyone. Not even your dog or cat! What if you are having a romantic dinner with your spouse? Well, you share pathogens with that person anyhow so a few more won't matter.
  • Don't eat out of a communal dip bowl. Many people who dip will put their fingers in there, fingers that have probably been in their mouth. Or they may put something they've bitten from in there. In this situation, you don't normally share pathogens with these people so the risk of an adverse pathogen loading is high.
  • If someone scrapes the serving utensil with their eating utensil, don't eat anything from the container the serving utensil goes back into. In families, this practice probably doesn't do any actual pathogenic harm. But it's still rude behavior and parents should not allow it (it's also unsafe in other settings).
  • Does the cook sample the food and put the spoon back in the soup, or lick his fingers while preparing the food? This behavior is gross and grossly inconsiderate. You could let this person know you are offended and will not be eating whatever that person has prepared. But that will just cause hard feelings. This behavior is symptomatic of a larger pattern of pathogen spreading. You can get the whole place is crawling with this person's pathogens. Be polite, but don't return.
  • The above tips, generally put, condense down into "Don't eat or drink after someone." Doing so provides an infection vector that does not have to exist.
  • Avoid eating directly from plastic containers. They are often scratched with utensils and cannot be cleaned adequately. Exception: A designated bowl that is used only with a spoon, never with a fork or knife.
  • Before using a glass or cup at someone else's home, smell it. Some people simply rinse these in hot water and put them away. That does not clean them. When I was a kid, a relative did this and I consistently found glasses with residue in the bottom. I refused to use them.
  • Wash your hands after shaking hands with people, at your earliest convenience. Many people handle their genitalia (which are dirty due to poor hygiene on their part) and fail to wash their hands afterwards. Also, studies have shown most adults have fecal matter under their cuticles and/or under their nails. Your skin will protect you, until you put your finger to your eye or handle your own food or use the restroom.
  • Avoid shaking hands with a "saliva fingers" person, or wash if you can't. On my first day on a new job, I was introduced to a senior person in our group. He licked his finger to turn a page in a book, leaving a wet spot on the paper. Then he extended his hand to shake with me. I was tempted to spit on my own hand and hold it out. I shook hands with him, and then immediately excused myself so I could go to the restroom and wash my hands.
  • If a person's fingernails show evidence of chewing, that person has saliva-borne pathogens all over his hands. Try to get him to wash his hands before touching any of your things.
  • Sucking your lover's toes and fingers may be erotic, but if you viewed those digits under a microscope you would be grossed out unless your lover is unusually clean.
  • If visiting someone's home, don't dry your hands on a bath towel. If there isn't a guest hand towel, ask for one or dry your hands on your shirt.
  • If using a toilet other than your own, wipe the seat with toilet paper before sitting on it and/or put additional paper on the seat.
  • If riding in someone else's car, assume the person is a nose-picking driver (because most people are). Avoid touching things, and don't put a finger to your eye or eat food until you can at least wiped your hands on a clean cloth.
  • Avoid "saliva spreaders." Typical behavior includes sneezing without covering his mouth, spitting on the sidewalk, and spitting on a surface and then wiping it with a rag (to clean it!). If you have a friend who does this, end the friendship. If it's a relative tell them they need to stop that behavior; they probably won't, but make it clear the behavior is unacceptable and unsafe.
    Avoid people who smell bad. There is a reason they smell bad, something is wrong. It may not even be armpit odor, it may be they reek due to the effects of their processed food diet. In any case, this person is breeding pathogens and you don't need the extra exposure.
  • Avoid people who wear the same dirty shirt or pants two days in a row. If the person is a coworker, how do you handle this? Don't try to "hint" or engage in any other passive aggressive behavior. Ask the person if you can speak in private, and then begin by saying you are going to say something that may not go over well but it needs to be said. "John, you add a lot to the team and I genuinely like you as a person. But something you are doing is a health risk to the rest of us and I want you to just take care of it. Do you know what it is or do you want me to tell you what it is?" Yes, you could complain to your boss; but that can backfire on you or cause unnecessary damage to the other person. Just make it a "Your fly is open" kind of private conversation. I once worked with a guy who wore the same dirty pants five days in a row. Nobody said anything to his face, but everyone said plenty behind his back.


Future topics:

The Invincible Immune System, Part 6: Environment. Do you use bleach or Lysol in your home? These and most cleaning products reduce immunity. How clean are your sheets? How clean is the air you breath indoors?

The Invincible Immune System, Part 7: Nutrients and supplements. Which foods hugely boost immunity and should be focused on during an epidemic? Which vitamins, minerals, and supplements actually work toward strengthening your immune system (hint: Vitamin C is not even close to being the whole story).

The Invincible Immune System, Part 8: Rest, emotional maturity, and mental attitude. Sleep deprivation dramatically lowers immunity, but it is a normal condition for most people. Being emotionally mature is something that does not happen on its own, and for most people it never happens--I'll provide some tips to fix this. The right mental attitude is key, and I'll explain what it is and how to make it the attitude you have.


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

There is no such thing as an "assault weapon" (as opposed to any other kind of weapon?) or an "assault rifle". These are libtard terms most often used to demonize America's most popular rifle, the AR-15. It's a .223 caliber rifle, not something you'd particularly want to use in an "assault." It's great for plinking and some forms of hunting. It can be dressed up with a cool-looking stock or other accessories, but those don't make it any more powerful; it's still basically a .22.

What's really being assaulted when the AR-15 is demonized is our intelligence. Libtards don't have any, and that makes them jealous.

8. Thought for the Day

Aside from IRS agents and other reprobates, most people don't intentionally hurt other people. But a single, thoughtless act, even if unintentional, can cause great harm. Be mindful of what you say and do.


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