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Mindconnection eNL, 2022-06-05


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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: Where the Intel is Good

Some facts and reality you won't get from libtards or their lamestream media....

The Covid Scam (aka, the Scamdemic)

  1. Since the Covid scam is fizzling out, the psychopaths have come up with a new one: Monkey Pox. And as with the Covid scam, they are flapping their lips about mandatory masking. Masking per se is not that big a deal, but it insults our intelligence in addition to causing discomfort and making us look like morons. Think ahead to your strategy if masking requirements come back. Will you comply, but wear it chinstrap style? Will you wear a Lone Ranger mask? How about cutting nose and mouth holes in a mask? Or just removing the liners so only a thin rag is over your face? Perhaps have "Biden Is Useless" printed on it?
  2. I said early on during the Scamdemic that masks would actually spread Covid because people tend to mouth breathe (thus bypassing their natural filtration system) and push out more air at people due to needing to speak more loudly and repeat themselves. Basic common sense, there. But Fauci's plan to infect everyone via masks has yet another aspect to it. Read this:
  3. The World Health Destruction Organization, aka WHO, lost in its attempt to subjugate the USA to their insanity. Read about it here, because you are not going to hear a peep about it from the lamestream media:
  4. The lamestream media also won't tell you about the US Navy Lieutenant who was cleared, by unanimous ruling of a three-judge panel, of misconduct charges for refusing to be given the immunity reduction jab. This is a very big deal, as it means we now have a legal precedent in a very "hard" court (civilian courts give the defendant a far higher chance of prevailing) for protecting people from illegal "mandates" that they submit to a dangerous, unnecessary, and practically useless gene therapy. Read about it here:

Other News

  1. This is very disturbing. A poll shows only 68% of Republicans want Brainless impeached once the adults retake Congress. Then again, the poll was conducted by the University of Taxachussets, Amherst. The most likely explanation of this low number is they actually polled Democrats. A 32% "Keep the Retard" result among Democrats would be plausible. Among Republicans, it just does not make sense.
  2. Brainless continues his vicious socialist attack on America, and we are all feeling the pain. Being a left wing radical, he's intolerant and hateful; Peter Navarro endured FBI harassment for the "crime" of exercising his First Amendment rights and calling for Republicans to impeach the imposter once Congress is returned to adult supervision (my phrasing, not his). Mr. Navarro's mistake is he believes he lives in the United States of America, which is governed by a Constitution that protects civil liberties. The reality is he lives in the Socialist States of American, where the Rule of Law is routinely disregarded right along with Constitutional constraints on the federal government.


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3. Brainpower tip


The Stupiderati have dramatically grown in power from where they were only a couple of decades ago. They now have one of their own in the White House, a president whose effective IQ is a negative number. The moron Stacy Abrams has even infected the traditionally geeky-brainy Star Trek culture, having been written into an episode by "Woke" imbeciles.

This does make for an energy crisis opportunity Connect a turbine generator to the corpse of Leonard Nimoy, who is presently spinning in his grave at 956,783,472,591 RPM. It should be enough to power Chicago.

Drunk with their new power, the Stupiderati have gone on the attack against people with effective IQs above zero. They are particularly virulent against Mensa-caliber people, whom they consider to be an existential threat. They even emulate the Nazis by demanding we wear a cloth emblem to show our allegiance (some people mistake this for PPE against Covid, an absurd proposition at best). They have infiltrated the failure factories called "public schools" and have replaced what little educational content there was with stupidity indoctrination. Until Elon Musk's recent moves ala Twitter, they totally dominated antisocial media and used those platforms to bully and brainwash normal people into surrendering their cognitive powers.

What can you do to protect yourself from this onslaught? It's actually pretty easy, once you understand what their weapons are. Their primary offensive weapons are lying and bullying. Yes, that behavior is truly offensive to decent people, but I mean offensive in a tactical sense of the word.

Defenses against lying

  • Insulate yourself from disinformation sources. These include the CDC, the lamestream news, and anitsocial media. They do not include misled people who might otherwise be your friends. Intolerance for those who disagree isn't a solution.

  • Engage the mentally disabled. Many automobiles come with a remote "kill" switch, in case of theft. Apparently, many people's brains are similarly equipped, but that's in case of thinking not theft. Simply ignoring these people doesn't help, it allows the Stupiderati to gain in numbers. The solution is to engage these people, but you have to do it gradually because their kill switch is wired into an emotional attack module. So, for example, ask questions rather than make statements. "I get it that you don't like Trump. He is rather immature. But can you give me an example of how the record low unemployment resulting from his policies made anybody worse off?"

  • Be keen to spot language abuse. It is rampant, and it is the main means of lying. For example, calling an experimental gene therapy a vaccine when it medically and legally has nothing in common with a vaccine is a way to create a whole domain of lies.

  • Call people out on blatant non-sequitors. A common approach is to make a true statement (e.g., there is water in the ocean) and then conclude the desired lie (e.g., so you owe me $500). An example is a libtard who wrote to me that human beings are complex organisms, therefore soda pop does not cause osteoporosis. The first statement is true, but the second does not follow from it. In fact, the soda/osteoporosis "question" has been settled for decades. I discovered it on my own (gee, flood the body with acid and the body draws calcium from the bones to buffer it) in the 1960s. I latched onto only one of the three mechanisms, but in my defense I was only eight years old. In 1985, I read a full explanation that included coverage of all three mechanisms. In 1985, we did not have the Internet, so I didn't read that on some conspiracy site. In fact, I read it in The American Journal of Nursing.

Defenses against bullying

  • During the first "debate" in the 2020 fake "election", President Trump wasn't exactly Fonzie. His lack of cool (actually, lack of maturity) gave legitimacy to his opponent. It also showed the socialists they could plausibly steal the election, and they did just that. Your first defense against bullying is this. Keep your cool.

  • Call people on on their bullying tactic. For example, "Please re-read what you wrote to me. This is a de facto concession to my point, because instead of arguing the point you attacked the opposition."

  • Don't allow yourself to be dragged into a tit for tat exchange. Libtards use such an exchange to show how they "won" the "debate" and in every subsequent attack they bring up your momentary lapse in civility while pretending they have been nice all along. They fake being the aggrieved party.

  • Stay away from "bully pens" such as antisocial media. These totally waste your time.

A danger that arises from following some of the above advice is you might be tempted to retreat into an echo chamber. That is also a mistake. These echo chambers often devolve into places where people share their disgust over liars and bullies, rather than move forward with positive actions. What I'm advising is to reject the extremists and the places they inhabit, and then engage others in a respectful way while disarming them of the two Stupiderati main offensive weapons (lying and bullying).

The stupid will always be among us. After all, government needs leaders! They have as much right to inhabit the planet as normal people. We just can't let them subjugate us through lying and bullying. To misquote Churchill, "We will never surrender our ability to think. Never."

4. Finance tip

20-somethings with low-paying jobs at financially-oriented magazines (and no life experience) write financial advice articles for those magazines. One hilarious piece of advice they give is to have 6 to 9 months of "rainy day" funds set aside. Most of us cannot afford to do that, and even those of us who can afford it would rather invest our money and let it grow at 8 to 12% annually or better.

Here is an alternative. If you are a member of the National Rifle Association (the nation's oldest civil rights group), you qualify to be a member of the Pentagon Federal Credit Union. Same thing if you are a member of the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC), which is the non-socialist alternative to the Association Against Retired People (AARP). You may be a member of this or another credit union, already. Get a line of credit and tap it when you need to.

Via Pen Fed, I took a line of credit at 0.99% to make estimated federal income tax payments. That's really cheap money. Your rate may be more, simply because my FICO score was an astonishing 848 when I applied. Yes, that's correct, 848 (out of 850, in case you didn't know). Which says a LOT about why you should be reading and heeding my financial advice!

So instead of diverting personal funds away from contributions to a mutual fund that earned a 38% return last year or diverting business funds away from lucrative opportunities there, I borrowed the funds needed to send to the government so they could waste trillions. I also have more borrowing capacity left, so I have emergency funds should the need arise. For example, I might have to buy gasoline!

The line of credit lets me practice what is called "using other people's money". At Pen Fed, that money is really cheap. Are the folks at Pen Fed stupid? No, they are actually very smart (I have spoken with several of them). The thing is, it's a credit union. So it exists to serve the members. No banksters are involved, and thus credit unions offer the best possible rates on loans of all types.

If you are:

  • Not a member of the National Rifle Association, correct that deficiency right away. See Support your own civil rights and enjoy great benefits for members!
  • Over 50 and a member of the AARP, stop sending them your money. Switch to AMAC, which uses membership dues to HELP members rather than to fund socialist politicians.
  • Not a member of a credit union, apply very soon. If you already satisfied either of the two preceding bullets (no pun intended), then go to and apply.

Another action to consider is to use a cheap line of credit to help fund election reform efforts or to help a non-socialist political candidate defeat a socialist one. I can't say doing this will give you a return on your money, but if you are feeling especially patriotic you might want to make a decent-sized donation with borrowed money. But be careful, here. You can easily start justifying expenditures you would otherwise not have made, thus defeating the rationale (to come out ahead financially) for borrowing this way. My own advice is to limit this to necessary expenditures, such as tax payments or a home improvement/repair project.

Since you are (I hope) a member  (or about to be one) of a credit union, keep in mind what they can do for mortgages, car loans, and similar contracts that banksters typically use to rob people. Cheap money is good when it replaces expensive money (and yes, it is expensive to have "rainy day" money just sitting there being inflated away). It is not good when it is misused to become yet another chain by which you are bound into debt slavery.

5. Security tip

This question sometimes comes up, "Which is better for home defense, a pistol or a long gun?" The answer? It depends.

I once had the privilege of competing with the late, great John Deshotel in skeet shooting. He had a pistol, I had a shotgun. He won. So you might conclude a shotgun is better for me, and a pistol is better for John. That's not a fair conclusion, because there's more to the story.

The opening question isn't a fair question, either. Consider:

  • While deep in the wilderness, my cousin's son was surprised when brown bear charged at him from less than 30 feet away. He killed the bear with a bow and arrow, something that takes nerves of steel and impeccable aim. This does not mean he should keep a bow and arrow by his bed in case of intruders.
  • A cousin of mine is wickedly accurate with a BB gun. He kills squirrels with it regularly. He's capable of using a few well-placed shots to kill a human.
  • By long gun, do we mean shotgun or rifle?

I'm a decent shot with a pistol and prefer it for home defense because it's easy to store and easy to grab. A friend of mine has a shotgun shelf under her bed, making it easy to store and easy to grab. Kind of a tie, there.

Many people confuse an AR-15 with a defensive weapon, though it is only a .223 caliber. Unless you are like my BB gun hotshot cousin, you're not going to find the AR-15 all that helpful. Amazingly, libtards call this an "assault rifle." You'd probably be better off with a medium caliber pistol, such as a .32 or the classic .38 revolver.

During the height of trench warfare, officers sporting medium-framed pistols were killed by charging riflemen who bayoneted them while falling dead from being shot with the pistol. The .45 caliber was the answer to this, it could blow an attacker backward and thus defeat the bayonet. For home defense, I prefer my .44 Magnum. Not just because Dirty Harry dispatched bad guys with his Smith and Wesson Model 29 (in the 8 and 3/8 barrel version, which I also have) or because Steven Segal shot limbs off with a .44 in one of his laughably bad movies (that was in his pre-blimp days). I prefer it because it makes body armor irrelevant. And also because it looks intimidating due to its sheer size. Its sheer size is also a problem, unless you have the strength to hold such a big gun level.

I handle a .44 easily enough, but a .50 cal is too much for me. When the .50 cal pistol came out, Nutcase Nancy predicted every gangbanger would have one and America would be one big blood bath unless we banned guns NOW (her personal security detail excluded, of course). This absurd prediction did not come to pass. First, that pistol is very expensive. Second, your typical gang banger is not strong enough to hold it. Third, it is not concealable in any practical sense.

The bad thing about a .44 Magnum as a home defense weapon is you must get your earmuffs on before firing or you will likely suffer profound and permanent hearing damage. So if you confront a bad guy before adding your hearing protection and are forced to fire, it will end badly for both of you. A smaller caliber pistol prevents this problem, though it will still make your ears ring. Then again, someone looking at the business end of a .44 Magnum is very unlikely to tempt fate. And it makes an excellent bludgeoning tool due to its mass. You can kill someone with it, without ever firing it.

Why bother with a gun at all? I have boarded planes with deadly weapons many times. Take, for example, the belt around my waist. I have had some practice using that as various kinds of weapon. It's great in a knife fight if you don't have a knife. You can strike, strangle, trap hands, blow out an eye, inflict a seriously painful lash, etc. Then there's the laptop. I first explored the laptop as weapon after September 11. It's pretty awesome if you know how to use it.

Pens and pencils are excellent, if you know how to use them. In practice, I use a Wing Chun move to position myself for a series of pencil stabs to the neck. The pencil will likely break with the first stab, meaning each subsequent stab will have to be made with severe force. There's also the fact that over 40 years ago my hands and feet were registered with the local police as deadly weapons. My house is filled with weapons, so theoretically I could skip the part about having firearms for protection.

You can toss these kinds of facts and thoughts around all day.

Here is my advice:

  1. Decide what type and caliber of firearm you are most comfortable with. Make that your home defense firearm. When all hell breaks loose, you want something that feels like an extension of yourself. It doesn't matter if it's a BB gun or an elephant gun, though the latter will cause serious property damage and may cause collateral damage (e.g., death) to innocent people. Something in the middle is probably your best bet.
  2. Equip your "gun spot" (I like a soft gun case that is left unzipped) with eye protection and hearing protection.
  3. Identify in each room any additional weaponry you can just pick up and use. This is valid for multiple reasons, including the fact you might be surprised by an intruder while you are nowhere near your "gun spot".
  4. Practice periodically so you are adept with whatever weapons are in a given room. For example, how would you use a hardbound book from that bookshelf in your living room? What countertop appliance can you readily pick up and bludgeon someone with (there's a reason I leave my Ninja blender unplugged)?

All of this is predicated on the idea that someone will enter your home while you are present. Obviously, it's better to prevent that situation than have to deal with the aftermath of killing someone. In most home invasions, the armed citizen stops the invasion without firing a shot. But some are not so lucky and find themselves in a gun fight or simply firing at a deranged person.

Another note on the "gun spot". Some people have many of these in their home. John Deshotel, for example, had several in his living room alone. David Hale, my boss at a nuclear power plant, said he had a gun mounted under every table and seat cushion among other places. Quite an investment in firearms, but some people just like to feel safe. Hale's system required some kind of code to release the gun, making it unavailable to the intruder. A big step up from hook and fastener or duct tape.


  • Keep your doors locked, even during waking hours. At least most of the time.
  • Do a security sweep before going to bed. Are there any packages on your porch? Is each door locked? Are all windows secured? Is at least one firearm loaded and ready?
  • Very important before bed, are things put away such that there is no clutter? On this last point, think about exiting during a fire or stealthily moving through the house during an invasion.
  • Ensure you have good doors and locks. Builder-grade ones fail, replace them if this is what you have. A fiberglass front door is an excellent choice. A deadbolt is a bare minimum requirement.
  • Install security cameras outside. These have a strong deterrence factor.
  • Communicate with, and befriend, your neighbors. Agree to report suspicious activity. Contrary to libtard beliefs, a police presence lowers crime. If someone is casing homes in your neighborhood, it's going to be obvious to anyone watching. Ask the police check it out.


6. Health tip/Fitness tips


Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle

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

  • 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

See my climbing videos here:

It's that time of year again, the time when many people want to be lean, ripped, or buff for summer. Others just want to go from 40lbs of belly fat to "only" 20lbs. I get questions related to this annual project, and most are in the vein of "What is your macronutrient ratio?"

I simply do not think of food that way.

  • Carbs. Contrary to common belief, carbs don't make you fat. You need carbs to fuel the high intensity training sets that trigger the adaptive response.
  • Fats. These don't make you fat, either. You need fat to burn fat
  • Protein. Eating more protein does not make you "lose weight". Many people already get too much protein, then run out to get a sugar-laden protein powder to eat on top of what they already eat.

I eat more in the winter, and my weight often rises to as much as 158 lbs. By late February, I need to get headed in the other direction. But I eat clean, so for me it is never about WHAT to eat. It is only about how much to eat. You must run a calorie deficit to reduce your stores of fat. But if you run too much of a deficit, your body perceives starvation and you put your body into calorie-conserving mode.

What I do is make minor cuts in the amounts. Examples:

  • Meal 5 has avocado in it nearly every time. In the winter, it's often half an avocado. By cutting that back to an eighth of an avocado, I make a small calorie reduction.
  • I usually cut out the daily half cup of oats late in the spring. Not because they are carbs, but because it's an easy calorie cut.
  • The amount of popcorn I use comes from a smaller scoop. Even though the poporn itself is 90 calories and I cut to 80 calories, the corresponding cut in coconut oil and butter drops maybe 200 calories.
  • I buy smaller apples, smaller bananas, and smaller sweet potatoes.
  • Wednesday is for ab training, and thus is a very short workout. Friday is rest day. So instead of my normal 4 breakfast cookies (they are superfood cakes, really, and totally non-toxic due to no sugar and no seed oil) I have only 3 on those days.
  • I put a little less spinach and a little less yogurt in my omelets.
  • I eat fewer nuts. I like to snack on a few nuts or nut pieces between Meal 4 and Meal 5. In the winter, I have enough to cover the bottom of a cereal bowl. Starting in March or so, there's a little white space and I gradually increase the white space over time until there's more white space than space covered by nuts. Note that I said "nuts" not "nuts fried in vegetable oil". These are raw, unsalted organic nuts.

As demonstrated by the nuts, I make these cuts slowly rather than all at once. Another example is the Friday breakfast drops to 3 cookies and only the following month does the Wednesday one do the same. My body has to turn to stored fat only briefly, so it does not perceive a starvation mode. My metabolism stays high, allowing me to burn off the fat at a nice pace and without hunger pangs.

Wrong assumption #1

One person assumed I worked out more to reduce my body fat and asked me what extra I did. I already train six days per week using a method that is too grueling for most people to stick with, climb regularly (often burning over 2,000 calories per hour), and of course keep up with the yard work, house work, repair projects, and taking my cat for walks. Every few weeks, I accumulate more metabolic damage than I can recover from and that means I have to do a training session or two with fewer sets, and/or take a weekend off climbing. So I'm already at max and sometimes past it. No way do I try to  "work off" the extra food. It just is not physiologically possible.

Wrong assumption #2

Another person assumed I am always as lean as in my photos. No, there's an old bodybuilder trick of cycling between building muscle and leaning down. I don't take it to extremes. By eating slightly more in the winter, I gain muscle even though I am over 60 (you can see the gains in my climbing videos). By eating slightly less after winter, I get that ripped look by late summer.

Tailor to you

For someone who is in a different, perhaps more desperate mode, I recommend a variation of this. That is, if you can't possibly get ripped over summer due to how much fat you've accumulated and want to do something like go from 30% body fat to 15% body fat, use this variation:

  • Eat clean. Super clean. Unless it's a nutrient-dense whole food, don't eat it. No wheat, meat, corn, or soy. No seed oils, no sugars. This is actually very easy, stock up in the produce department.
  • Don't bulk up in the winter. This means no holiday meals, which are typically calorie binges. The average American gains between 15 and 20 lbs of fat during the last two months of the year!
  • Take very short breaks between sets. No music, no visiting with others, no checking e-mail, etc. Do a set, count to 10, and then do the next one. Bam, bam, bam. If you find yourself getting dizzy then take a 30 second break.
  • Don't do cardio. It trains you to store fat and conserve fuel. Don't do any low-intensity training. So what about cleaning your kitchen floor, isn't that low-intensity? Yes, but you do it for a short burst so you're not training your body to adapt to slow-burn .Try doing it while in the Asian squat position, if you are really concerned about this.

Of the four points above, the actual variation is the second one. The others are there to help you to not screw it up!


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

No whole food can be accurately classed as a carb, fat, or protein. This is why looking at food from a macronutrient perspective is not a sound nutritional strategy.

8. Thought for the Day

Nothing shows a man's character more than what he laughs at.


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