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1. Good News
Item 1. For As of the first week of September, six Democratic mayors
in Minnesota have formally announced their support for Donald Trump. Among the
reasons cited, Biden has shown no interest in the needs of the working class.
These mayors are not anomalous, many elected Democrats see the Democratic Party
they believed in no longer exists and they are supporting Donald Trump. Polls
that are conducted honestly are tending to show in formerly "solid Democrat"
states this pattern of disgusted Democrats rejecting socialism, confiscatory
taxes, racism, violence, rank hypocrisy, and about 16 dozen other objectionable
aspects of what pretends to be the Democratic Party.
Item 2. Inexplicably, Barry Soetoro (aka, "Obama") was given the Nobel
Peace Prize and the considerable prize money merely for winning the 2008
election--before he took office. This was an illegal immigrant with sealed
records, no significant accomplishments, a poor academic record, and an overtly
Marxist world view. Every Marxist regime has brought death and misery, most
famously Hitler's National Socialist Party (NAZI) and Stalin's Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics. So on what basis did the committee give him that award?
Nothing based in reality, that is for sure.
Soetoro proved to be among the most war-mongering Presidents in all USA
history. In his four years as POTUS, Donald Trump has neither started a war nor
brought the USA into an international conflict. Trump is the first POTUS in four
decades to do that. To go backward to the next peaceful POTUS, you have to go
back to 1953 (Ike ended the Korean War) and then 1933 (Hoover did not get us
into war). You have to excuse FDR's getting us into WWII, that was necessary
because of what Wilson did to botch up WWI and its conclusion. While FDR was the
third worst POTUS of all time due to his domestic policies, his handling of WWII
was nothing less than brilliant. It's too bad his cousin TR lost to Woodrow
Wilson, who subsequently gave us the IRS, WWI, and WWII.
The good news here is that President Trump has (rightfully) been nominated
for the Nobel Peace Prize. While Soetoro should not have been nominated for it,
should not have been awarded for it, should not have accepted it, and should not
have been allowed to keep it, perhaps now the Nobel Prize Committee has come to
its senses. That would be good news, indeed.
Item 3. Remember "Neutron Jack" Welch? He headed up GE for quite some
time and was a darling of the business press. He was a celebrity for a while,
and touted for being some kind of business wizard. He groomed executives under
him, and when he picked from that group his successor he fired all of them
except his successor (to ensure no rival to his successor within the firm).
These "Welch alumni" went on to destroy every company that hired them. An
example is JC Penney. As was usual for a Welch Alumni, this guy ignored what
made Penny work and basically assumed all existing employees there were morons.
He implemented changes that only a moron would implement, and JC Penny began a
slide into bankruptcy. The good news for Penny is they got a reprieve recently.
Read the full story here:
Prior to Jack Welch, it was the domain of Harvard Business School graduates
to destroy the companies that hired them. Due to the perceived stupidity
shortage, Welch provided a second source.
Item 4. Actual Democrats (commonly called "moderate Democrats" because
they are not blatantly socialist or America-hating) are standing up to the
America-hating socialists who took over their party. They are pressuring Nutcase
Nancy to quit obstructing the process of stimulus package development. This is
good news, but what would be fantastic news is if Nutcase is ousted this fall by
the retards who have so far approved of her destructive insanity by voting her
back into office. Failing that, there may be enough Democrats to remove her as
Speaker if the "Democrats" retain the House. The socialists have done such a
horrible job under the leadership of Nutcase these past two years, voters will
probably not want the "Democrats" in charge again. And that would also be a good
Item 5. It's inexplicable, but for decades American Jews typically
voted Democrat. That sad fact is rapidly changing. Read the full story here:
voting decision of an individual should never be based on identity politics. It
should be based on that person's own informed judgment. I have Jewish friends in
both camps. The conservative ones can tell me why they vote the way they do. The
liberals have yet to give me a rational explanation, it's just an identity thing
for them as far as I can tell. One of my Democrat Jewish friends is even a
certified genius. I hope he will soon be among the converts to "Never Democrat".
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3. Brainpower tip
The American Socialist Party has gone beyond the usual campaign truth-stretching
to engage in egregious lies, huge distortions, and at least 50 different shades
of dishonesty. They have been aided by the lamestream media, a group of
propagandists well-known for spewing disinformation.|
How can you know when
something is true or not?
There are some mostly reliable online sources, such as these:
I say mostly reliable, because they
are not always correct. They do make a good first stop however, because they
often provide some explanation. You can also do an online search using a keyword
related to a topic. Many people say they "google it", which shows they are not
discerning about the search tools they use. Google provides the worst search
experience of all the major search engines (the reason has to do with their
greed and lack of a moral compass). I use Bing, but Yahoo and Duck Duck Go are
also popular among people who want a good search experience and know how to get
But as is often noted, "You can't
always believe what you read online". Let's take two questions that have been
"resolved" incorrectly by the lamestream media and the online fact checkers:
Was Barrack Obama born in the
Is Michelle Obama a man or a
To answer Question 1, we can ask more questions, such as:
- Why did the divorce papers of Obama's biological parents say "One child,
born in Kenya"?
- Why was there no record his mother was in Hawaii at the time of his
birth? She was a minor, so who paid for her plane ticket there and back? Why
no record of a hotel stay or hospital admission?
- Why is there no newspaper "baby announcement" from the paper in the
hospital where he was allegedly born?
- Why does he use the same social security number as a deceased person?
- Why was Team Obama unable to obtain a birth certificate for him? This is
issued by the state, not the hospital. If you've ever applied for one, you
understand that anybody in the USA can get one.
- How did he get into not just one, but two, Ivy League schools despite
being only a C student? (Foreign exchange program).
To answer Question 2, we can make some observations, such as:
- Michelle has a male brow. Women do not have this, it exists because of
the XY chromosome. That chromosomal pattern is what defines a male; females
- There is a high school yearbook picture of Michael Robinson, but
Michelle Robinson Obama has produced no such thing.
- Michelle has a male shoulders to hip ratio. This normally results from
testosterone (from male testicles) instead of estrogen during puberty.
- Michelle's eyes are the same size. In women, one eye is smaller than the
other. This also is a function of XY versus YY.
- Michelle has a prominent Adam's apple, also a male feature. However,
unlike the brow and eyes, it is sometimes present in females.
- The presence of children in their family can be explained by adoption.
- These two people might very well qualify for being listed in the
Guinness Book of World Records for the most sealed records. It's not that
they are hiding something, it's that they are hiding quite a bit.
- Libtards say that at 5'11", Michelle's size 12 shoe size is normal. But
Melania Trump is also 5'11" and wears a size 9.5.
- Barrack's own brother says Michelle is a man. Not conclusive in itself,
but it sure helps paint the picture.
So you see, you can use your own mind to determine whether some statement is
true or false or to answer a question of the either/or type. The trap here is if
you are merely trying to confirm your existing idea you will suffer from
To prevent that, try this same process for the other side of the question. In
these two examples, you can try all day long and still not come up with much.
- Why is he so articulate? Answer: Coaching and practice.
- Wouldn't the Democratic Party have vetted him? Answer: Obviously, not.
- Michelle wears dresses. Yes, and those fashion choices come across like
a man trying to pass as a woman. Really "original" you might say.
- Michelle is a female name. Any man can use a feminine name, that's what
crossd-dressers and transsexuals do all the time.
Asking questions or making observations does not always produce a clear
answer. But use these two tools, and you will seldom be fooled.
4. Finance tip
Thanks to the Corona Virus Scare and the rules being imposed by governments
"everywhere", millions of people have a new expense they had not even considered
a year ago. No, I am not talking about those who say, "No more processed food
for me, I want to be healthy so I will buy real food." That would make too much
I am talking about masks. Here is what is typically happening:
- Joe buys a disposable mask, wears it for days. Finally replaces it when
his wife complains that it stinks.
- Joe throws old mask in trash, flushes it down the toilet, or tosses it
out the car window.
- Millions of people doing this means mountains of used masks, most of
which are biohazards, enter the environment each week.
- The masks do not really protect anyone, as a virus can easily go through
the fibers. They do reduce aerosols.
- Masks still leak out the bottom and sides, they merely reduce how much
is ejected from the front.
- The masks also do nothing about the fact that most people don't wash
their hands after crapping, and studies have shown that more than 70% of
Americans have fecal matter under their cuticles.
What is the solution? A rewashable face covering. To solve the penultimate
problem from the list above, make that a cloth gaiter. A gaiter:
- Still doesn't fix the fecal matter problem, but perhaps the act of
washing the gaiter will trigger the idea of washing your hands if yours are
- Does not stink, if you treat it the same way you treat underpants
(assuming you are normal).
- Goes in the wash, not the trash.
- Does not protect anyone any more than a mask does, but a patterned
gaiter can look cool. You can get them with Captain America's shield on
them, you can get various skull patterns, you can get them in camo, and you
can even get custom ones with whatever you want on them.
- They cover sides and bottom, no side-blow onto another person.
Plus, you can wear the gaiters long after the Covid Scare has passed. They
are great for helping to protect your lungs from cold air in the winter. Or if
you ski or ride a motorcycle, they are entirely appropriate.
While masks are not particularly expensive, you have to buy a large quantity
of them because you will probably go through half a dozen a day unless you enjoy
walking around with a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, and fungus strapped
across your face. You can buy a dozen gaiters for the cost of two weeks of masks
and wear them for several years. You can keep a spare gaiter in your car,
desk, gym bag, briefcase, etc., so you always have a clean one available.
Going with gaiters is not the correct solution in all cases. Here is a
different scenario. Jill is an RN, and she works in a hospital:
- She needs something the virus can't go through, not just a cloth
covering. Regardless of how strong her immune system is, it can produce only
so many antibodies per hour. She needs to limit her exposure.
- Jill wears a hospital-grade (N95) mask, and she goes through several per
day. She washes her hands all the way to the elbows each time she changes
- A gaiter won't work for her in the hospital, it's just a cloth covering.
- Jill may choose to wear a gaiter when going to the gym (that demographic
is unlikely to be vulnerable due to lifestyle choices) or when shopping.
- Jill is refinishing her basement, and she's doing drywall work. She uses
a fiber respirator designed specifically for that purpose.
- Jill will be varnishing some wooden furniture and she recently bought a
charcoal canister respirator for that purpose.
5. Security tip
With socialist mayors and
governors in the USA defunding police and letting violent offenders out of
prison while hate groups incite violence by jawjacking about non-existent
"systemic racism", it has become unsafe for anybody of any color in
socialist-controlled cities and states. In many of these same jurisdictions,
citizens have been deprived of their Second Amendment rights and that
compounds the problem.
Being adept at the three
self-defense techniques I am about to describe will allow you to safely exit
most violent confrontations even if your opponent is twice your size. But
for these to be effective, you must practice them so you can execute
automatically without having to think. Practice does not make perfect, it
makes permanent. So find a partner you can practice with and make it a
regular thing. For example, you agree to meet to practice for 55 minutes
every Tuesday and every Thursday. Without that level of commitment, you will
fail to integrate these tools and they won't be available when you need
Let me first establish a
point of reference. In the late 1980s, I ran a Kung Fu school from my home
in Ft Worth, TX. One of my students wanted to compete in the annual Dallas
Citywide Freestyle Martial Arts Tournament. He'd never take a martial arts
class before and he'd been training with me for only a few months when he
told me this. We were still drilling basics, and he was at about the yellow
belt level. So he was a novice.
Typically, it takes about
a year to move through the novice ranks. And these stress basic movements
rather than fighting. The next level, intermediate, takes about two years to
move through. The truly dedicated student, after three years of training,
can reach black belt status. Another year of training, and she or he might
be ready to compete in a tournament. We had two months, not four years, to
So what I did was teach
him one technique. In class, that's all we did. He would use that against
other students in sparring, and they would use what they knew to counter
him. He had to master all sorts of basics quickly to make his execution
flawless. Stance, foot angle, hip angle, initial launch, sliding of feet and
twisting of body, chambering the arms, etc. Many little pieces. He practiced
in class, practiced on his own, and practiced with his wife. Every day, he
put in at least an hour. He got to be very good with this one technique. At
the tournament, he defeated every opponent until he was finally defeated by
the previous year's grand champion. He took the second place trophy. After
only six months of martial arts training.
This devastating technique
ends any confrontation, but only if executed correctly. If they see it
coming, you are likely not to hit your target. So first, you must turn your
body sideways and point your dominant hip toward your opponent. You need to
be less than an arm's length away. Now jab hard and fast with your lead
hand. When practicing with a partner (required), you must learn the proper
distance and how to get there from various starting positions. Have your
partner hold his hand in front of his throat and hit his open palm. Practice
this move in air, as well; only when doing this snap your hand back at the
moment you imagine striking the throat. Remember, it's a punch not a push.
Very fast out, very fast back.
Some attackers like to
grab. They may grab your hair or your shirt, or they may put you in a bear
hug or a half-nelson. The nice thing about this is they have already put you
in the correct position for a devastating counter attack. There are three
variations, practice all three:
Grab his wrist to hold
his hand in place, then smash his fingers with the fist of your other
hand. Simply striking without the wrist grab will allow his hand to
bounce away. You want to break fingers.
Grab any finger with
one hand, then grab another finger with the other. Quickly and violently
pull them in opposite directions.
Grab his wrist to hold
his hand in place, then with your other hand grab any finger or the
thumb and sharply snap it back to break it.
This is incredibly
painful. Without looking away from your opponent's eyes, bring your rear
foot forward with toes pointing outward and heel inward. Violently kick the
shin, then set your foot down upon completion of the kick. A variation is to
use your lead foot, facing the other direction. Practice both variations.
You can use one, then the other, to quickly disable two attackers.
Combining all three into a
single attack makes sure this person can't hurt you. Practice various
combinations. Try closing the distance between you with a rear foot shin
smash, which puts you in a great position for a throat punch from the other
side of your body. Then drop your hands to grab one of his and break a
finger. Finish by violently twisting your hip that is facing him and bring
him around as you throw him to the ground. The momentum from this move means
he will strike the ground hard.
What if the attacker has a
Knife. Disable the
knife hand with a finger demolition move. Practice with a partner who is
using a butter knife and instruct that person to try to "cut" you with
it. Can your partner pull the knife through your gripping hand? If so,
you are too slow with the finger attack. Try also pushing that knife
hand into the attacker, using your body weight and forward momentum to
push the person back at the same time.
Club. Let them swing
it, and then move in to execute all three moves. When you're done, pick
up the club and sharply strike a knee with it.
Gun. Law-abiding gun
owners typically receive training and typically practice using the
weapon. Criminals just have the weapon and tend not to be very good with
it. This works to your advantage. Again, you will have to practice with
a partner and don't try this in real life until you are an expert at it.
Practice jamming the wrist of the attacker's gun holding hand. So you
step to the outside of the gun holding hand and then thrust both of your
hands hard against the gun holding forearm and drive into the attacker.
This puts the muzzle about 90 degrees away from the line of fire needed
to hit you. Once in that position, press with one hand and use the other
to rapidly strike the closest eye and then the throat. Smash down hard
on the collar bone repeatedly until you hear it snap.
A variation on that last
situation is to grab the arm at the wrist with one hand and grab his hand
with the other while twisting hard to break the finger that is in the
trigger guard. Twist up, so the gun points to his face instead of at your
Suppose you see a cop in
trouble. Can you save him or her with these techniques? Maybe, but these are
frontal assault methods. You can take out the perp from behind. For example,
come up from behind and do one or more of these moves:
Punch him in the
kidneys, hard. Hit at least six times in succession. Practice doing
this, so you feel what a hard punch should be.
Stomp on his heel.
This should make him scream in pain.
Kick him hard in the
calf, just below his knee.
Punch him in the neck
hard, just below his head.
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.
early days of the shutdown, I was climbing on a wall I built in my backyard. I
still use it (recent climb is here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C40Sca-qu_s), but once the gyms re-opened, I returned to them. It's
important to support those climbing gyms. If all of them make it through
this period, I will be surprised.
all of my climbing videos here:
There is a difference between merely exercising and actually training. Most
people don't do either one. Some people exercise without a plan or schedule,
and that's better than being sedentary. But it leaves much value unrealized.|
What is exercise?
When most people go to the gym, take a run, or work out at home this is
their goal. They just want to exercise. Get the blood flowing. Burn off some
calories. Work up a sweat Use those muscles a bit to prevent atrophy. Many
"experts" advise this, and those who should know better say it's all people
are willing to do.
What is training?
Training is a systematic means of challenging your body one muscle group
at a time, challenging it hard enough to stimulate the adaptive response.
You do specific exercises at a specific time, and you do them a specific
way. Everything is planned and then executed largely to plan. Merely
exercising does not trigger the adaptive response, but training does. This
response elevates testosterone, among other things. When testosterone is
elevated, your body stores calcium in your bones. During that time, it also
burns off fat and builds muscle; this combo is how a training individual
achieves the ripped look.
What is performance?
Many people confuse training with performance. They think of their
workouts in terms of how heavy their weights are and how many reps they can
do. Such people often ask questions like, "How much can you bench?" When I
climb, that's performing. I am not trying to stimulate the adaptive
response, I am trying to use the results of it to achieve an athletic
purpose. I may do specific training for climbing technique, but I do not
climb as a means of building muscle. When I train muscle groups with a
combination of weights, bands, bars, and bodyweight exercises, I do not
focus on numbers. I focus on muscle tension. Squeezing the target muscles
makes it harder to do the exercise, but it makes the exercise more
productive. Working the muscles through their full range of motion at proper
tempo is harder than swinging them through partial reps. But it is orders of
magnitude more productive.
If you do not have a systematic training program, you are not optimizing
the frequency or magnitude of the response that produces the muscular
development and fat control (or loss, as the case may be) so critical to
good health and good physical appearance. You can exercise in addition to
such a program, but you cannot exercise in lieu of it and expect good
results. It just does not happen.
What is the point of it?
Let's look at this for men, noting for women it's similar.
Most men (in the USA) give up athletics in their 40s, because they lack
the physical prowess of their youth. Blow number one. In their 50s, most of
them suffer from chronic back pain or at least episodes that happen too
often. In their 60s, they find it difficult to do physical things that young
men easily do. For example, move a dresser or mow the lawn. At age 65, the
average American male cannot life a 10lb vacuum cleaner. In their early 70s,
they become increasingly isolated from the world around them because walking
is difficult. By their mid-70s, most of them have lost their mobility. They
spend the next few years dying in a humiliating fashion.
That's most guys. The guys who exercise, maybe by (for example) walking
three miles each day forestall the problems that we start seeing in the 50s
among the sedentary. And the problems are less severe until they force the
man to reduce or stop his walks.
What about the guys who train? They start feeling a slowdown in their
early 60s, and when they hit 70 they don't have the physique they had at 60.
But they still look strong. Sylvester Stallone is an example of this.
There's some visible decline in muscularity, as the years go by. But they
don't lose their mobility. They get progressively weaker, but not
"dependency" kind of weak. They can still move that dresser, mow that lawn,
and lift that vacuum cleaner. Then either they get an illness and die from
that after a fairly short time or they just die peacefully with little
notice. But until that happens, they are active and mobile. No humiliating
final years for them, they are good until the very end. That is the point of
How can I find the time to train?
You already have that time. Do the math, here.
- If you spend 45 minutes training for 6 days per week, add up the
hours you'd spend between this point in your life and age 90 (14,040 per
year or 421,200 for a 60 year old). You can pick any point at which to
start and end, it need not be 60 and 90. Start with how old you are now
and end with how old you expect to be when you die. Or just use 30 years
to keep it simple. You could just assume half a million hours of
training, it doesn't matter.
- Now in another column, add up the missing years due to premature
death (12 years times 8760 hours or 105,120 hours), hours spent seeking
and getting medical care (maybe 5,000 hours), hours lost due to
inefficiencies resulting from muscular atrophy (another 5,000), and
hours consumed during three to four years of being immobile in a nursing
home (call it 30,700).
Gee, at first glance it looks like the winner is going the death and
despair route. But wait. This is not an apples to oranges comparison. When
you invest in training, you get so much gain in physical capacity and
performance (part of which includes a gain in mental capacity and
performance), you can not only zero out the hours you spend as a cost you
can add hours of productive time gained. When you don't train, you give
those up. So to simplify, when you train you gain.
And it's not just about the time saved, you have to look at life quality,
pain/suffering, and financial costs. Even if you didn't apply the payback in
terms of time gained, training is a clear winner. As for anyone who can't
fit it into their schedule, cancelling all television watching is the usual
remedy. Or some other time-waster, such as arguing with strangers on
anti-social media or having conversations about how bad things are.
www.supplecity.com, 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.
Actor James Woods has an IQ of 184. That is about 100
points higher than Joe Biden's estimated IQ. The average IQ is 100, and you need
an IQ of 130 or higher to get into Mensa. Donald Trump's IQ, at 156, would
qualify him for Mensa with room to spare. He would actually qualify for
membership in the Triple Nine Society.
8. Thought for the Day
Evening news is where they begin with "Good Evening," and
then proceed to tell you why it isn't.
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