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1. Good News: Where the Intel is Good
The Joe Biden Scam|
- "The certified 2020 election results in Pennsylvania show Joe Biden won
with 80,555 more votes than Donald Trump. But when then-Secretary of State
Kathy Boockvar certified the vote on Nov. 24, 2020, the state had 784,752
more ballots than voters; nearly ten times more than Biden’s margin of
victory." Read the rest of the story here:
- At least 137,500 absentee ballots were cast through unlawful vote
trafficking throughout several of Wisconsin’s largest cities in the 2020
election, and this is in addition to other vote theft for Biden. Considering
that Biden "won" Wisconsin by 20,682 votes, this alone constitutes an
invalidation of the official results of the 2020 "election". Read about
these absentee ballots, here
- See more detail about the Wisconsin 2020 election results, including a
nice map, here:
https://www.cnn.com/election/2020/results/state/wisconsin. Biden "won"
by 0.4%, only because of massive fraud that is now well-documented with
- The story in Pennsylvania and the one in Wisconsin are similar to what has been found in the other
swing states. And of course we know forensic evidence clearly establishes
beyond all doubt that Trump won Arizona. Had those states certified correctly, we would not now have Bidenflation or any of the other half a dozen or so crises we are now
enduring. Read more about the 2020 election theft forensics here:
- Donald Trump is lawfully our President, Joe Biden is not. To conclude
otherwise is to conclude that socialists and criminals, rather than voters,
determine who is lawfully our President. Let's all refuse to accommodate the
lie and insist on the truth. Yes, unfortunately Joe Biden is our President.
But he is not lawfully our President. I've cancelled subscriptions to some
"conservative" magazines that have unashamedly insisted on perpetuating the
(by now patently obvious) lie.
- In Washington State, the stupidity has reached a record high. Now they
want to ban most new gasoline-powered cars. Apparently, they don't feel
there's enough pollution generated by automobiles, so they want to force
people to spend at least $50,000+ to drive something pollutes significantly
more. Read the full story here:
See what an environmental disaster it is to mine lithium, here:
Burning coal is what we do for most of our electricity now. We do not have
the space for enough wind and solar to replace coal--and over its life wind has the same
carbon footprint per watt generated as coal anyhow. We then transmit the
electricity over long distances with a big energy loss. Per mile driven, the
"electric" car generates more pollution than one that burns gasoline in a
modern internal combustion engine. So-called electric cars do not solve any
environmental problems, do not reduce CO2 emission, and do not make sense.
- At a staggering $5.8 trillion, the proposed federal budget is more than
twice what the federal budget was less than a decade ago. This is what
happens when unaccountable people make policy and financial decisions that
are totally unhinged from reality. But the consequences (e.g., inflation)
are very real. See a history of federal budgets here:
- If the Democrats had any sense, they would have already impeached Harris
and Biden. Yes, that would mean Nutcase Nancy as POTUS, and that would be a
disaster for the nation (so no change). But they could impeach her as well,
and then have a sane person (who is also a Democrat) as POTUS. Why do this?
Because Biden's disastrous policies are turning many Democrats into
Republicans. Remember what happened with three solidly Democrat counties in
South Florida last year? Masses of Latinos (a group Biden seems to
particularly hate) changed their voter registration on the same day. Now
those three counties are solidly Republican. Let's Go, Joe!
- During the confirmation hearing for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson,
Socialist Senator Whitehouse kept badgering Alabama Attorney General Steve
Marshall to outright lie and support the narrative that somehow Joe Biden is
the “duly elected” President of the United States. In response to each
Marshall repeated his statement "Joe Biden is the President of the United
States" but did not embellish with the lie that Biden was fairly or "duly"
elected. Later on a Twitter (the socialist tweeting channel), Whitehouse
wrote, “If you cannot accept the results of a free and fair democratic
election, you have no grounds to criticize or evaluate a Supreme Court
nominee” which is a valid viewpoint, but an irrelevant one since 2020's
farce was not a free or fair or democratic election.
- If Rachel Levine "won" the Miss America contest, the socialists would
expect us all to say it was a free and fair decision by the judges. Those of
us who do not agree would then be labeled, cancelled, and punished in other
ways. So it is with the current narrative that Brainless Biden "won" the
2020 "free and fair election" in which "the people" voted for Biden. But as
with the Rachel Levine / Miss America scenario, the facts simply cannot
support the conclusion. You don't have to be "pro-Trump" to see this. You
just have to be "brain engaged" to see it.
The Covid Scam
- It's not looking good for the "science" behind the mandates for the jab.
This article highlights 44 studies that cast severe doubts on the efficacy
of this experimental gene therapy:
- Immunity is all about preparing for battle. That's exactly why I do not get
sick. Read the text and illustrations here:
- U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor has blocked the illegal mandate
requiring active Naval personnel to get the immunity reduction jab, at least
if they claim a religious exemption ("my religion bars me from committing
suicide, so I refuse the jab"). Is it because Judge O'Connor is biased out
of some sense that we honor our heroes instead of abuse them? Gosh sakes.
Anyhow, this is wonderful news. Read more about it, here:
- Commercial pilots filed their first lawsuit seeking relief from the
(very idiotic) federal mandate requiring everyone using public or federally
overseen transportation (e.g., planes, trains, buses, subways) to wear a mask
even though no reality-based reason for such a mandate has ever been given.
You can read a PDF of the filing
here. Naturally, the Idiot In Chief intends to defend his own (very
idiotic) mandate rather than respect the science (or the second grade math).
- Many people are still wearing their Covid masks. They do this not out
of any rational decision. They do it either because they ignorantly believe that
masks protect against Covid or because they want to do "virtue signaling" to
libtards (mindless liberals). Either motivation arises from fear. In the
latter case, it's especially laughable. Why would any intelligent person
care whether they have the approval of a libtard? What about any
General health and medical
- Ensuring that you get enough of the following seems to do everything
from render Covid harmless against you to slowing aging, boosting
testosterone, and preventing a few thousand different medical conditions: D3
(6x the RDA), B6 (50x the RDA), B12 (500x the RDA), calcium (2x the RDA),
magnesium (3x the RDA), potassium (eat plenty of bananas and dark green
vegetables such as beet greens), and zinc (2X the RDA).
- Eliminate these disease agents from your diet will
(unless you are already past the point of recovery) provide nearly 100%
protection against from Alzheimer's,
coronary disease, stroke, diabetes, osteoporosis, and eight of the top ten
causes of death in America:
Processed sugar (all forms, including dextrose,
maltose, corn syrup solids, and HFC), vegetable oils (these CAUSE
Alzheimer's), seed oils (these CAUSE a slew of health problems) and
hydrogenated oils (these are most noteworthy for causing colon cancer).
- One of the dumbest things a person can do is undergo bariatric surgery.
This form of medical malpractice leaves the person able to eat only very
tiny meals. The smart thing to do is eat very tiny meals without the
surgery, since with the surgery you would have to do that anyhow. And you'll
lose the excess fat without incurring the very nasty downside of this
- A Gallup poll showed that 58% of Americans approve of confirming Judge
Jackson to the SCOTUS, even though she has no relevant experience, has never
written an opinion that in any way shows SCOTUS-level thinking, and has not
done anything impressive since leaving her clerkship under Breyer. Either
the poll was conducted incorrectly, or we have a huge stupidity problem in
- Jackson's only qualifications are she is black like Thomas and female
like Barrett, but using either attribute as a job qualification is expressly
prohibited by the EEOC (federal law). The hiring process for this judge
violates the labor laws, so why is this farce allowed to continue?
- South Dakota recently eliminated the fee for Right To Carry, and the state
is reimbursing counties for any lost revenue. This is not a major cost to
the state, so it's an inexpensive message that civil rights are respected in
South Dakota. New Hampshire, the only free state in the Northeast, usually
leads with these sorts of liberty-promoting actions (the same way California
leads in socialism-promoting actions). It's nice to see that New Hampshire
doesn't always have to drag other states behind it.
- Mitch McConnell said he cannot and will not endorse the grossly
under-qualified, woke Judge Jackson for SCOTUS.
- It is good to see that Justice Thomas is out of the hospital and back to
work. Libtards were ecstatic that he was ill, and were hoping he would die
so that Brainless could nominate yet another unqualified, radically socialist
moron to take his place. Now in thinking about Justices who are too ill to
serve, the two mentally ill Justices (Breyer and Sotomayer), should both
have been replaced years ago. Here is one of but many examples of these two
mentally ill people exhibiting why neither should be a judge in any court.
Or even a pie-eating contest (though Stacy Abrams look like she's won her
share of those):
- Men who bought a Stacy Abrams inflatable sex doll have to run the air
compressor overnight to inflate it.
2. Product Highlight
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It recognize faces, too. Orcam MyEye will help you shop on your own, work more
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- Is operated by using simple hand gesture or any of its more than 20
- Is designed for all ages. Can be used with any level of vision loss or
- Does not require an Internet connection.
- Tens of thousands of users worldwide. OrCam MyEye is used in over 40
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- The world’s most advanced, yet intuitive, reading assistive device,
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- Named one of TIME Magazine’s top 100 inventions of 2019, and
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- Read text. Including newspapers, books, menus, signs, product labels,
- Easy-to-use. Intuitively responds to simple hand gestures.
- Works everywhere. Tiny, wireless, and does not require an Internet
- Mobile. Small, lightweight, and magnetically mounts onto virtually any
- Does not improve eyesight.
- User must be able to hear, with or without a hearing device.
- User must have full control over their hand movements.
- Not suitable for interstellar space travel or extended use while hanging
upside down from a paraglider. Other than that, just about anybody meeting
the two preceding requirements can use it just about anywhere.
3. Brainpower tip
For a long time, the core of Mindconnection's product
offerings consisted of pocket electronic translators. These devices were
immensely helpful to travelers and had quite the heyday. They have largely been
replaced by apps that people use on their phones, even though a dedicated
translator device still does a far better job.
Our main supplier, Ectaco, is owned by Russian immigrants
who still have ties to family and associates in the old country. I say that to
qualify what comes next.
We would occasionally get a negative review or a chargeback
or a demand to return for refund many months after the 30 day return window
because, according to an English speaker who had never studied Russian, "It does
not translate correctly". They would type "Nyet" or "Spacibo" into the Russian
side and not get back "No" or "Thank you" on the English side. Hold that
A similar thing happened in one case with Spanish. The
customer typed in "manana" on the Spanish side and expected to see "tomorrow" or
"tomorrow morning" on the English side. That did not happen, resulting in
accusations that we were selling defective devices and the customer was "going
to get a lawyer".
The most remarkable case involved someone who ordered a
Polish translator. He was furious that "it doesn't translate common Polish words
or phrases" so he filed a chargeback without sending back the device; he expected to
keep it and get his money back. He wrote a lengthy complaint that included
phrases he alleged it translated incorrectly. But as with the other people, he typed them in using the English
alphabet. When I typed them in using the Polish virtual keyboard, they
were translated correctly.
In each case, these people mistook the English spelling of
an approximation of how a word is said as being how it is spelled in the other
language. You won't see a Chinese person entering "knee how" into a translator
in hopes the English translation will be "Hello." The Chinese speaker will enter
the Chinese characters for a greeting and it will display on the English screen
as "hello". With spoken input to translators, much of this problem goes away.
The Chinese person will say something that sounds to English speakers like "knee
how" and the device will say "hello" in response.
So why did people make this mistake? The answer to that is
our brainpower lesson for this issue.
They perceived the world from their own limited
perspective, instead of trying to understand the context. It did not dawn on
them that another spoken language might also differ in its written form from
English. Chinese does not even have an alphabet, and when I explained this to
the "knee how" guy he said I was crazy and didn't know what I was talking about.
He said, "A billion Chinese would find your remark very insulting." Well, it's
1.4 billion in mainland China and how they would find that insulting remains a mystery to this
day since Chinese does not have an alphabet. Each of the romance languages has an alphabet similar to ours, but there
Libtards are now trying to "cancel" people like George
Washington and Abraham Lincoln, insisting that schools named after them be
renamed. Their "reason" is they don't like "racist" statements made by these
men, even though in their own times the statements they made were not racist.
Even Martin Luther King is under criticism for referring to a certain ethnicity
as "negroes" though in his time it was the standard reference.
While simply assuming "what you see is all there is" can
produce quick solutions, it almost never produces correct solutions. Always
widen your field of view so that you can properly frame a question before trying
to answer it.
4. Finance tip
Today's produce department looks very different from the produce department of a
decade ago. Much of the fresh, unpackaged produce has been replaced by produce
that's cut and washed; it's in a plastic bag or a plastic tub. These convenience
packages have been around a long time, what's new is their prominence.|
that convenience comes at a cost. A the store where I normally buy spinach, I
get twice as much for the same money as I'd spend on a tub. When I get it home,
I put it in a tall plastic tub (Tupperware and Super Seal are two brands of this
kind of tub). First I cut the stems short (the scraps go into the compost), then
put a bamboo sheet (similar to a paper towel, but without the dioxin in the
fibers and easily washable and reusable) in the tub and the spinach goes in
If you are on a human-compatible diet, a significant portion of your food
expenditure is on fruits and vegetables. If you are spending twice as much on
these as you need to just to have the appearance of convenience, then your food
bill is much higher than it should be. You can save several thousand dollars a
year by "going old school".
Fruit that is precut and packaged is especially questionable. A bowl of
apples on your table or counter looks nice and it's actually more convenient to
grab one out of that bowl than to go into your refrigerator and fuss with a
plastic tub and then a bowl and fork. Similarly, I enjoy biting into a pear and
eating it that way versus eating pear chunks that have been cut and packaged.
Pear cores get tossed in the yard, where some critters pick them up and make use
of them. When I want a banana, I just pick one from a bowl of bananas. A
neighbor has a banana "tree" on which she hangs banana bunches, and that is a
cool way to present your bananas.
In my case, banana peels get composted just as all other fruit peels and
vegetable scraps do. Because I compost, I have very rich soil in my garden. No
need to add fertilizer. A neighbor once asked me about adding worm casings. I
said, that's taken care of by the many earthworms who enjoy the soil in my
garden. Then when I grow my kale, peppers, tomatoes, squash, eggplant, etc., I
have super-tasty, nutrient-intense produce using no chemicals other than the
occasional dose of Sevin powder. Anything in the brassica family will attract
more bugs than you can kill by squishing, so it is necessary to use some kind of
insecticide unless you have a cat-free area with plenty of birds. But with a
cat-free area, you then have to deal with squirrels, chipmunks, and rabbits
chowing down on your plants.
There are other ways you can save money on food. I have just talked
about two that work very well and are easy to implement.
5. Security tip
Most people are not bothered by the fact they are being tracked like a hunted animal or a
parolee. But they should be. If it is too inconvenient for you to sometimes
separate yourself from your phone, then you need to separate your phone from
the outside world. At least sometimes.|
Note that due to the "Patriot Act"
your 4th and 5th Amendment rights can be aside while someone who could not
get a job in the private sector snoops on you without a warrant and then
builds a case against you consisting of that bit of evidence, some funky
reasoning, and a liberal dose of lying. The case can be used to personally
extort you or just to destroy your life for the sheer power rush of doing
that to someone.
- It has always been the case that if
you want to stop your cell phone from tracking your location and making that
information available to any government snoop, you simply leave your cell
phone at home when you go somewhere. Of course, that still means the
location of your cell phone itself is being tracked and making that
information available to any government snoop.
- It used to be that if you wanted to stop your cell phone from tracking
your location and making that information available to any government snoop,
all you had to do was remove the battery. Most modern cell phones do not
provide access to the battery. You could also remove your SIM card, and that
method still works. Simply shutting off the phone seems like it should solve
the tracking problem, but it doesn't. The phone will actively track its
location even when it is turned off.
For most people, popping out the SIM is a hassle and doing so means you
risk losing it or damaging it. Getting two phones or even two (activated)
SIMs is also expensive. You could take great pains when you activate your
next SIM to hide your identity. But that can backfire in an emergency. Of
course, you could always just buy a prepaid "throwaway" phone and keep
buying them as you use them up. But that is expensive over time. plus you
get a crappy phone, plus you lose all your contacts and other data. And
nobody has your number until you call them.
A simple solution
Here is a simple solution. Do what police do when they want to secure a
phone as evidence. That is, put it in a Faraday phone bag. Here's one for
only $23 (we make no money on that, because we are not selling it):
Using such a bag is not a bad idea even when you are just at home. In
fact, securing your phone in the bag will hide it from hackers. This will
also keep it from receiving calls and thus ringing, which is nice if you are
one of those people who puts the phone in your bedroom at night.
Since the phone is effectively cut off from incoming signals and it can't
signal out, there are some downsides. For example, you can't call your phone
if you lose it. Or if you forget to take it out of the bag, you will miss
every incoming call.
A total security nut would use the bag in combination with SIM card
removal, getting out the phone only to make calls. At the other extreme is
the person who is never more than a few feet from their phone and would
never consider the idea of using a Faraday phone bag or removing the SIM
card. Somewhere in the middle is a policy that works best for you.
Also, I should mention that if your car stereo connects wirelessly to
your phone to access your play list or an audiobook there is also an
exchange of other information. Such as your location.
Privacy is getting harder and harder to obtain and maintain. You may have
already compromised your privacy badly enough that you will never have "real
privacy" again unless you relocate to a different state and go through the
whole privacy checklist thing from Ground Zero. For most of us, the effort
involved is simply not worth it. If you can do a few small things to restore
some of your privacy at least some of the time, that may be sufficient. The
Faraday phone bag might be just the ticket for that.
Or if you don't like that idea, consider this one. My cell phone is not
an American Express card. So I often leave home without it.
BTW, "Faraday" is not a brand name. Look up "Michael Faraday" or
"Faraday's Law" if you want to know what that means. Every electrical
engineer is very familiar with the name.
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
The photos tell you something important about my credibility.
on 60th birthday, when these photos were taken:
Bodyfat: Unknown, but well below what the Tanita scale says
Max bench press: Unknown, but I do three sets of 12 reps with 150 lbs
to warm up on chest day
Cholesterol: In normal range, on low side
Last illness: 1971
Last workout missed: Spring of 1977
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
my climbing videos here:
Intensity or volume? I got this wrong until only a few years ago. Then I met
someone very special who gradually brought me around to seeing things
differently (thanks, Janet!).|
Early in my athletic career, I was taught
that you do heavy weight and low reps so that you get strong without getting
big. "Volume is the enemy, it makes you bulky and slow."
After Janet persuaded me to change my program from low volume to high
volume, the progressive increase in size became obvious in my climbing
videos despite my age (athletes over 50 don't increase muscle mass, or so
they say). My testosterone, which had been toward the high end of normal,
moved well past the high end of normal (this means stronger bones and more
It's a common misperception that you must choose between volume and
intensity. Volume is associated with hypertrophy (size) and intensity is
associated with strength. This leads to the idea that size detracts from
athletic performance, but we look at someone like Usain Bolt (the world's
greatest athlete) and instantly see this is not true.
Most people believe you can't get intensity if you are doing high reps.
While that is true (for 99.999% of us, myself included) it is true only when
you are thinking of the number of reps per set. You can change this by
simply doing more sets.
Another belief is that in a single set, you use a heavier weight to get
the same amount of work (weight times distance traveled) or same muscular
damage with fewer reps; this is also true only through a specific lens. By
"stacking" your sets, you can use a lighter weight and actually get more
intensity. In fact, it's a common mistake to use too much weight and forego
intensity due to compensation by other muscles (also known as "poor form")
or failing to get enough range of motion (another form of poor form, an
example being the "knee dip" that some people mistakenly call a squat).
Let's say I use more weight for a biceps curl than my biceps can actually
move. I will work very hard in that set, but not by targeting the biceps.
Other muscles share the load and there's no intensity involved with any of
them or with the biceps.
For best results
The best results are achieved when you get both intensity and volume in
the same workout. Here is how you do that:
- Develop the plan for a given workout such that you have multiple
exercises per muscle. For example, my shoulder workout includes 4
exercises for the rear deltoids. Most people will do one or even no
exercise for rear delts.
- Take short breaks between sets. By not allowing your muscles to
recharge very much, you can use less weight (thus less stress to tendons
and ligaments while still stimulating them to grow) for the entire set
while also having each rep being a challenge.
- Do many sets per exercise. I typically do 4 sets.
- Stagger the exercises such that the target muscle is rested between
Here's an example. In my shoulder workout:
- I start with rear delts alternating with standing lateral raises (I
do a set of each with no rest between the sets, for a total of four sets
of each). This hits 2 of the 3 heads.
- I then do 4 or 5 sets of standing overhead presses.
- I follow this by another rear delt exercise.
- Then I do alternating sets of front delt raises and seated lateral
- Then another rear delt exercise.
- Then standing lateral raises alternating with standing overhead
- Then I do 4 sets of rear delt bentover rows.
- I end by doing one set each with light weight of front raises, side
laterals, and overhead presses for as many reps as I can do.
You can see that at no time am I doing anything that reduces intensity.
More weight does not equal more intensity, it equals more weight. Intensity
is a measure of how hard that muscle is working. If the muscle has to
struggle to move 20 lbs because you have pre-exhausted it and never let it
recharge, it gets the same (or better) stimulation as if it is trying to
move 40 lbs on a full recharge.
"Muscle A" does get a moderate recharge while you are hitting "Muscle B"
and then "Muscle C" but then when you come back to "Muscle A" the second
time it is weaker than it was the first time. Hitting it a third time and
then a fourth time will trigger the adaptive response four times. That's one
reason my testosterone is so high even at my age (it's above the normal
It's critical that you approach each exercise (first, second, third,
fourth) as if it is the only one and do every rep with the full range (for
that exercise) and aim for intensity by using enough tension on the muscle
that the reps are difficult. Not so difficult that you have to cheat on your
form, but difficult enough that by about the 6th or 7th rep you have to
mentally push to keep going.
Does it seem like all those sets mean a very long workout? Well, it's not
all that long. My shoulders take about half an hour. The "secret" to that is
I take very short breaks between exercises and almost no breaks between sets
for an exercise. It's go, go, go. Does that sound like an endurance workout?
Well, it's not. To build endurance, you must lower intensity. So this is a
strength workout with volume. That means it builds size and strength. You
get the stimulation to grow both muscle (strength) and capillaries (size,
capillarization is key to packing on the size beyond what you get from just
This kind of workout is grueling and exhausting. Should you take a "presup"
to get you through it? No, those are pretty worthless. Having creatine in
your system will definitely help, but you don't need to take creatine at any
specific time. Beta alinine, same thing. The other ingredients in the
typical "pre sup" can actually hurt you. For example, many of these contain
sugar and that means testosterone will be depressed due to the insulin spike
(same thing with "recovery" or "post workout sups").
Don't fall for the intensity versus volume "debate". It's a false
controversy. You may have to leave your comfort zone to get away from a
training method that goes one way or the other. But that would be the smart
thing to do.
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.
Star Trek was never meant to be "woke" and when Gene Roddenberry was alive, it
never was. Star Trek script writers in Roddenberry's time sought to erase petty
divisions among people, not create them.|
8. Thought for the Day
Nothing tastes as good as slim feels. (Think about that,
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