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Mindconnection eNL, 2021-05-02


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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

  1. In Arizona, they are not OK with blatant theft. Read this article:
  2. The UK's Daily Mail and other sources outside the socialist, truth-hating legacy media (aka "mainstream" or "lamestream" media) are reporting on the Hunter Biden scandal while the aforementioned legacy media are totally silent about it. Read this article:
  3. Nancy "Nutcase" Pelosi has done much damage to this country. But some America-damaging proposals are too much even for her. The handlers of our Retard In Chief and his fellow Marxists in Congress drew up a bill for grossly undermining the Supreme Court. Pelosi is Speaker of the House, which means she controls the agenda of what the House votes on. And she is saying no to this latest attack on the Rule of Law.

    It is possible, but very difficult, to go around the Speaker. Back when Pelosi's Republican counterpart, Paul Ryan, was behaving badly and refusing to bring the Tax Reform Act of 2017 to the floor, it got there anyhow. Pelosi said, "I have no plans to bring it to the floor," a nice way of saying she will do everything she can to kill it. But if Ryan could be circumvented, can't these criminals simply circumvent Pelosi?

    The difference is Nancy Pelosi is very smart while Paul Ryan is almost terminally stupid. Pelosi will keep the Supreme Court safe. Whoever thought a day would come when Nancy Pelosi would be on the correct side of an issue? It's a miracle!
  4. The "vaccine" myth has been exposed for the dangerous fraud that it is. That's good news, but only if it's widely shared. So share it:


2. Product Highlight

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3. Brainpower tip


Distance yourself from sources of disinformation. This sounds obvious, but if you use Facebook you aren't doing yourself any favors in this regard. Read this article:

When even a left-wing organization puts out an article about Facebook's honesty problems, you know they have to be pretty bad.

4. Finance tip

In Trump's first 100 days, he turned the economy around so it was heading in the other direction. It did not take long for his policies (and for cheap natural gas) to bring us the lowest unemployment rates in 50 years.

In "Biden-Harris" first 100 days, the Retard in Chief has also turned the economy around so it is now heading in the other direction. It has not taken long for his/her/their policies, handed down from their America-hating Marxist controllers, to bring us higher gasoline prices, lower employment, and higher inflation.

Until the socialists lose control of the House (strongly predicted following the 2022 elections) and the Senate (it could happen between now and 2022, but most certainly that election will put the Senate back under adult supervision), things will only get worse.

You already know that cost control is a good response to this situation. Maybe delay that computer upgrade, keep the old car, repurpose an old item to accomplish a new task (e.g., cutting a vinegar container to make a scooper, instead of buying a scooper), repair things where practical, and be careful with your entertainment budget.

These expenses, however, pale beside something like the cost of eye surgery because you weren't wearing safety glasses or replacing your home because a lint fire caused it to burn down. Not all unexpected expenses are so big, but most such expenses can be prevented or at least delayed. For example:

  • Keep the inside of your refrigerator pristine, cleaning with vinegar regularly. This prevents mold and mildew.
  • To protect the motor from premature failure, clean the coils on the back of your refrigerator. An appliance brush works great, but you can also vacuum first, blow second, and vacuum up the detritus.
  • If you boil water in your microwave oven, let the door stand open for at least 15 minutes. Else, the vapor will condense into the electronics and eventually cause the unit to fail.
  • Regularly clean inside your microwave with vinegar.
  • If you spill in your oven, make a note to clean it after it cools. This way, you can use a mild cleaner (often, vinegar and baking soda work just fine) instead of a harsh oven cleaner. This is better for your health, but also for the health of the oven (especially that door seal). For the stove, similar thing.
  • Maybe once a month, check your vacuum cleaner roller(s) and remove all hair and other stuck matter.
  • Look at each major appliance and ask yourself what maintenance would keep it looking good and lasting longer.
  • Check your furnace filter once a week. If it is discolored, change it. Dirty furnace filters are the number one cause for blower failure (expensive repair) and a top reason for needing to hire a duct cleaning service.
  • Never dry clothes, towels, or bedding on high heat. This damages the fibers.
  • Never spray WD-40 on anything rubber. People use it on their tires and their heater hoses to make them shine, but the WD-40 causes the rubber to decompose.
  • Never allow anyone to burn any tobacco products or other "smokeables" in your home. These not only can bring on terminal illness, they create a mold-growing substrate in your ductwork while also discoloring your walls, ceiling, windows, and lights.
  • Never use "air fresheners" in your home, car, or office and do not permit vaping in same. Pulmonary fibrosis is not just a very painful way to die, it's also a very expensive way to die. If you want your air "freshened" open a window.

5. Security tip

Only weeks after the socialist coup put Joe "Brainless" Biden into residence on Pennsylvania Ave, the job losses planned by his handlers became real. Every time the socialists attack the economy, job losses follow. And what follows job losses? Scams! People who were gainfully employed, even if they had meaningless jobs, were not desperate for money. Kill a few thousand jobs here and a few thousand jobs there, and before long you are talking about serious job losses. In some cases, entire towns have been devastated. And all those newly unemployed people are competing for a shrinking number of jobs. Which means many of them will have to turn to crime.

There are only so many political offices that criminals can fill, before they must find other ways to steal. The easiest route is to scam other desperate people by phoning them with some phony story and getting them to send money to a temporary account, or temporary name and address. They usually want a wire transfer or money order, though they may have a PayPal, Venmo, or similar account. If they have one of these other accounts and are not a verified user, don't send them anything. But another easy scam is to work for someone running an identity theft scam.

One way these scammers can collect a ton of information on you is to coordinate a series of calls separated by days or even weeks. Each one picks up a different bit of information or cross-checks what you provided to a previous caller.

  • One caller is going to send you a free (book, magazine, kitchen gizmo) and just needs to verify your name, address, and birthday.
  • Another one calls to offer you a loan at 3.5% interest. They need your SSN to get you a quote.
  • Another one calls you and says they are with some federal agency you need to be verified so they can send you a $1200 stimulus check. "So, let me see. You are John Doe, born on August 16th 1955, your SS number is 111-22-5556 and you're at 123 Elm Street. Is that correct?" Well it is, but you got my SS number wrong by one digit. The correct number is ...."
  • Yet another one calls up and is conducting an opinion survey. Mixed in with the innocuous questions are questions that may help with security challenges. And of course there are the demographic questions at the end.

If anyone calls you and asks for any information about you, simply hang up. Then wait about an hour and call the number that was on your caller ID. If a confused-sounding person answers (instead of someone who sounds business-like) or if you get a personal voice mail, the caller was scamming you from (most likely) a throwaway cell phone. Surveys are a waste of your time, and usually conducted as propaganda rather than opinion-seeking (the way the questions are worded is crafty).

The only safe way to get money is to earn it. People aren't calling you trying to just give it to you. Don't tell them anything, no matter how friendly they sound or how attractive the "offer" is. If they use the time pressure tactic, you can hang up on them with confidence you just dodged a bullet.

6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle

The photos tell you something important about my credibility.

Statistics on 60th birthday, when these photos were taken:

  • Height: 6'0"

  • Wingspan: 6'1"

  • Weight: 148lbs

  • Bodyfat: Unknown, but well below what the Tanita scale says is 5%.

  • Waist: 29

  • Chest: 48

  • Arms: 15

  • Quads: 20

  • Max bench press: Unknown, but I do three sets of 12 reps with 150 lbs to warm up on chest day

  • Training days per week: 6

  • Type of training: Split routine, heavy on supersets

  • Meals per day: 7 on training days, 6 on rest day

  • Percent of diet that is processed food: 0

  • Amount of meat, wheat, corn, or soy eaten annually: 0

  • Number of eggs eaten per day: Between 8 and 10

  • Cholesterol: In normal range, on low side

  • Last illness: 1971

  • Last workout missed: Spring of 1977

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I recently had a dental exam. One of the things a dental assistant, hygienist, or dentist does during an exam is use a probe to determine pocket depth at each tooth. The gums do not seal perfectly, so things can get between the tooth and the gum. This causes gum irritation, which results in gums pulling away. Other factors also cause gum irritation. When pocket depth exceeds 5 mm, you have the start of periodontal disease.

During my exam, my pockets were all less than 1 mm. I will explain in a moment how I did that.

For people my age, periodontal disease is common. If your pockets are mostly 3s and 4s, with a couple of 5s, your dentist may recommend a fluoride treatment to whack the bacteria colonies under the gums. Other recommendations include having you buy a peroxide rinse and using it daily until it runs out, prescribing a dex-based rinse, suggesting you buy a dental irrigator, or scheduling you for a root scraping. This all assumes you are flossing at least twice a day, not drinking sodas, and having very limited or zero sweets in your diet. If your pockets are worse than this, you may get a combination of such recommendations. If you have a 6 or a 7, they are going to strongly recommend laser treatment as well.

If you look at the recommendations for treatment, you can develop a strategy for prevention. Here is mine.

As a first defense, I do not do "the other white powder". I don't eat anything that is highly processed, and I eat no meat, wheat, corn, or soy. This knocks out about 98% of the risk. One reason for that knockout is it doesn’t feed the bad bacteria, but it does feed the good bacteria. If you prefer good breath to foul breath, you can achieve it this way. And when you do, there's no need for mouthwash. Which brings me to my next point, which is that mouthwash destroys the good bacteria; it thus results in higher risk of tooth decay and periodontal disease while ensuring halitosis. And the halitosis caused by using mouthwash causes you to use it more….

Eating actual food will feed the good bacteria, helping them to wipe out the bad bacteria. Drinking enough water to stay hydrated is important for about 32,073,86.4 health reasons. Doing this also prevents one of the major causes of gum irritation (and thus shrinkage back from the teeth), dry mouth. You should be drinking water throughout the day. Plenty of it. If you also drink diuretics such as coffee or tea, you will have to drink more water. Same if you eat asparagus or other naturally diuretic foods. If you like pickles or other salty foods (who can pass up those salted nuts?), you need more water. There is not a set amount or even a rule of thumb (e.g., 8 tall glasses per day) as to the amount. Your goal should be to prevent ever becoming thirsty. If you do become thirsty, drink enough to quench your thirst. Then drink that much again.

In addition to what you eat and drink, there are the "home care" things you do to maintain healthy gums. After each meal, I dip a wet toothbrush into baking soda and brush 1/4 of my mouth. I rinse, do another 1/4, and so on. This neutralizes any acid. Then I floss, then use my dental irrigator. I follow this by using a non-abrasive toothpaste and vigorously brushing my gums (not my teeth, they really don't need it because I don't eat sugary-sticky foods). I could skip the toothpaste, but I like the flavor. About once or twice a day, I use peroxide-based rinse.

I get a cleaning and exam every 6 months. I don't have the typical build-up, but there are still mineral deposits that slip between tooth and gum. Clearing these away allows for a better seal.

If you are over 30, you probably should have a root scraping done every other year or so. If you are over 50, discuss with your dentist about having a series of root scrapings and laser treatments based on your current pocket depth assay. Your dentist may say it's unnecessary, or may be glad you asked. Having this done once (perhaps over a year or 18 months) should bring your pocket depth down into the 1 to 3 mm range for all teeth. Once you're there, you should not need to repeat this process for at least a decade.

Make sure you have regular dental checkups. Problems can occur, regardless of how well you take care of your teeth. In addition, a dentist looks for various cancers (tongue or throat cancer, for example). Problems in your mouth can indicate issues elsewhere in your body, such as heart disease.

Another indication of illness that can be determined by mouth is terminal stupidity. You just have to listen to a libtard speak, and you can make the diagnosis.


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

Inflation is the single largest tax that most people pay. Central banks levy this tax by inflating the money supply, thus reducing the value of each existing unit of currency. Politicians rely on inflation to pay for their hare-brained schemes, pork barrel spending, gross financial mismanagement, and vast transfers of wealth to their corporate sponsors.

8. Thought for the Day

Joe Biden is serving his third term as Vice President. Kamala Harris, whom Democrats soundly rejected in the primaries, is the de facto President. Chancellor Pelosi will no doubt prevent impeachment.

It's odd that now, after so many fake impeachments (the Bill Clinton one was a spectacle, wasn't it?), we badly need impeachment but it won't happen on Chancellor Pelosi's watch. These three criminals are definitely not a charm. And neither is Brainless Biden's third term as Vice President.


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The views expressed in this e-newsletter are generally not shared by socialists or other brainwashed individuals. That's because they live in an alternate reality and have not bothered to learn the basics of how life works.

Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified. Where sources are 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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