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Mindconnection eNL, 2022-12-04


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Good News | Product Highlight | Brainpower | Finances | Security | Health/Fitness | Factoid | Thought 4 the Day

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1. Good News: Where the Intel is Good

Defending against socialism
  1. Hundreds of Twitter employees have quit, citing disapproval of Musk's management style. This reminds me of what happens when a low fiber diet person uses a natural laxative. Good riddance to those employees, maybe some of them will relocate to Venezuela.
  2. Speaking of Musk, "John Wick" wants you to check out another development at Twitter:
  3. On 20NOV, Democrat (non-socialist) Adam Frisch conceded to Lauren Boebert in the race for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional district. Now if only Brainless Biden would concede to Trump....
  4. In South Carolina, a school board changed its composition as the result of the recent election. In one of their earliest actions, they fired a school superintendant for promoting Critical Hatred Theory (CRT).
  5. In Arizona, the AG refused to certify the election until a full investigation has been conducted into irregularities in Maricopa County. That's a hotbed of socialist party election fraud, and it is likely Kari Lake will beat her socialist opponent if that fraud is removed from the results. Libtards will no doubt howl in protest that it's unfair they aren't allowed to cheat.
  6. In the People's Republic of California, the leftwing media declared a GOP candidate as the winner in a drawn-out contest for a House seat. That brings the GOP up to a 20 seat majority there. So even with some RINOs, the Republicans can control the House. If they are smart about it (no guarantees there), they will identify and court Democrats who are in the socialist party. For example, the Speaker is in charge of assigning office spaces and parking spaces; Nutcase abused this power to bully people into voting for the Unaffordable Care Act. The new Speaker can use this power to show the few Democrats remaining in the socialist party that they are valued. He can also protect them from socialist backlash to a large extent. He will have to make it clear that he doesn't expect them to always side with the Republicans, but he does expect them to stand up to socialist extremism. He should also assign Nutcase the crappiest office and worst parking space possible, showing what sane people think of her.
  7. This man SCHOOLED a socialist campaign worker. He used facts and logic, she relied on stammering and interrupting.
  8. Follow Candace Owens and her work on Blexit (black exit from the Democratic Party):

The ongoing Covid scam

  1. Dr. Peter McCullough wrote this great piece on mRNA therapies:
  2. This e-book claims to help the victims of the population reduction jab. It's free, so if you were bullied or duped into getting jabbed then why not check it out?
  3. Brainless now wants to pass a dust mask mandate in response to "Long Covid". This retard has no clue that a dust mask doesn't block a virus and that Long Covid means the after effect of having had Covid. Why is he still in office?
  4. The majority of people dying from Covid have been "vaccinated". This is according to the CDC's own skewed data, which under-reports the Covid deaths of the "vaxed" and over-reports the deaths of the "unvaxed". It is likely this has always been the case, since the clot shot is not a vaccine and does not confer Covid immunity. Tell me again how "effective" this clot shot is? For creating massive blod clots, it's very effective. For protection from anything, there's no evidence it's effective in any way.
  5. Here's a good article for those who were duped into getting the unsafe and ineffective jab:
  6. A pilot died suddenly right after taking off from O'Hare: Another died suddenly in mid-flight: What's going on? I think you will find the explanation here: and here:
  7. The world is overpopulated by humans. If you were a rich and powerful person with connections to other rich and powerful persons and all of you saw this situation as apocalyptic, how would you go about saving the planet? Here's a thought. Create a fake pandemic scare, hyping up the threat way out of proportion. Then offer a "vaccine" that is certain to cause amyloidal plaque in the vascular system. This will create a tenfold spike in miscarriages (which it already has, we know from actual data), reducing the birth rate dramatically while also killing a fair percentage of post-birth individuals (culling the herd). Brilliant!
  8. You can amp up the death by injection rate if you use Brainless Biden to mandate the jab for all commercial pilots. This way, one sudden death on a planeful of 330 passengers results in a multiplier of 330 when the copilot (who has a severely compromised vascular system) freaks out over the suddenly dead coworker next to him and has his own cardiac arrest. Brilliant!
  9. Another strategy that can be used to reduce the population is to mandate the jab to everyone in the military. Once readiness is obviously close to zero, minor players will suddenly be emboldened to attack. This results in dozens of wars around the globe, with a kill-off of at least a billion people. Brilliant!
  10. Another strategy is to mandate the jab to nurses and doctors, thereby crippling the medical care system. If every major nation does this, you can expect a 10% or greater reduction in population year after year. Brilliant!
  11. Maybe we need a little less brilliance and a little more compassion.

Other news

  1. Is the Ice Age predicted in 1977 still coming? See what Leonard Nimoy had to say back then:
  2. I've never been a fan of fish oil. Here's a great reason not to use it:
  3. A Berlin court has ordered a re-do of the 2021 state election, due to irregularities and widespread disenfranchisement. In the USA, when people are cheated of their voting rights the criminals who cheat them claim that defeating efforts to get it right is "voter protection."
  4. The five cars used by Brainless' Secret Service detail burst into flames after Brainless and his detail left. But the Fire Chief determined the blazes were "not suspicious". Draw your own conclusions.
  5. The socialist agenda has Americans arming to the eye teeth. This last Black Friday registered the third highest gun sales ever. The socialists plan to unleash over 80,000 more armed psychopaths onto the lower and middle classes, and people are not waiting for the new RINO-controlled House to stop this madness.


2. Product Highlight

The Rocket Pen is a life-changer for students and adults with reading difficulties. Scan words or lines from any screen (e.g., tablet, smart phone, computer) or printed material, and it not only reads to you but provides word definitions, word breakdown, and more to teach you to read (by "you" we mean the person you buy this for). The Rocket Pen Reader gives the reading-challenged their independence,

Buy the Rocket Pen on Amazon | eBay | Walmart

Watch this demo video:

Main features and benefits:

  • Allows students or adults with reading difficulties to gain independence and reading fluency without stigma.
  • Reading tutor functions include spelling, syllabication (how the word is "built"), and one word displayed in big font.
  • Syllables break for each word.
  • Direct lookup of phrasal verbs and idiomatic expressions (for example, get ahead, get along, keep on, keep off, look forward to).
  • Uses colors for the different fields, to improve the understanding of the dictionary definition.
  • You scan, it reads to you.
  • Scans lines of text or individual words from almost any surface, not just paper. It can read the text on a computer, tablet, or phone.
  • Hear individual words or even multiple lines of text read aloud in natural voice.
  • Completely self-contained, no computer or Wi-Fi required.
  • Comes ready to use, no setup process (but customization can easily be done).
  • Full 1.9 inch color touch screen, and simple physical buttons for screenless scan and read.
  • Multiple built-in dictionaries to search definitions including the New Oxford American Dictionary with Oxford Thesaurus of English (Americanized), Oxford American Children’s Dictionary with Oxford American Children’s Thesaurus, and English to Spanish dictionary.
  • Built-in speaker automatically mutes when earbuds are used, automatically unmutes when they aren't.
  • Meets FCC, ROHS, and CE standards.
  • Package includes ReaderPen, USB charging cable, Quick Start Guide, and earphones.

Rocket Pen

The Rocket Pen Reader is an affordable, powerful reading assistant and reading tutor that erases the barriers created by dyslexia and other reading problems. It can be used privately in the classroom, avoiding stigma, thanks to the earbuds included in the kit (it can alternatively be used without earbuds).

How it teaches reading

Before the early 1980s, public schools relied on phonics to teach reading. This allowed any student to "sound out" a new, unfamiliar word and also recognize its root and thereby often grasp its meaning even without a dictionary. Then schools switched to the "Look See" method, which treated words as individual pictograms to memorize. The results were dismal, plummeting the USA from the top of the literacy ranks to the bottom among industrialized countries.

The Rocket Pen puts phonics back in.

It also adds a context-driven dictionary and a context-driven thesaurus, both powerful tools for improving reading skills. See the reading tutor functions in the chart below.

It is the answer

The Rocket Pen Reader is the answer for helping the reading-challenged in the classroom, special needs classes, home-schooling, and adult education. Because of its mobile-friendly design, you can carry it with you and use it anywhere. Not only does it read to you, it helps you learn to read (for example, by showing you the syllable breakdown and the definition). It is super easy to use, no need to watch a dozen videos to figure out what to do.

Based on the highly successful ReadingPen 2 and vastly superior to the cPen Reader Pen, the RocketPen is the latest generation in a reading tutor scanning pen. It is a quantum leap or two beyond anything else on the market. This amazing device retails for $499, sells for $399 on Amazon and, but is on sale now for a limited time only via our eBay store at only $379!

It beats the competition

Compare the Rocket Pen to the competition. The winner here is obvious:

Rocket Pen cPen Reader Orcam Read
Amazon Price 399 285 1990
Color touchscreen Yes No No
Words appear in large font Yes No No
Scans phones, tablets, etc. Yes No Yes
Scans blocks of text No No Yes
Color-coded dictionary Yes No No
Simple physical buttons Yes Yes Yes
Ergonomic for kids Yes No No
English and Spanish Yes Yes Yes
Verbal commands No No Yes
Auto trigger upon contact Yes Yes No
Easy menu navigation Yes No No
Manufacturer experience, yrs >25 6 <5
Product age Latest generation! 6 3




Reading Tutor Functions


Dictionary 1 New Oxford American Oxford Primary n/a
Dictionary 2 Oxford American Children’s n/a n/a
Thesaurus 1 New Oxford American Oxford Primary n/a
Thesaurus 2 Oxford American Children’s n/a n/a
Syllablication / word breakdown Yes No No
Hear word spelled out Yes No No
See word spelled out Yes No No
Part of speech Yes Yes No
Headword Yes Yes No
Pronunciation guide Yes No No
Idioms Yes No No
Quick Define feature Yes No No


3. Brainpower tip


When people see my background as an engineer and an MBA, they think "quant" and that is correct. As far as it goes. But they may also think quants are:

  • Not artistic. Many engineers and other quants are very artistic. Most of us learned cursive handwriting, which bestows a particular kind of brain development (which is why "educators" want to do away with it). I also learned calligraphy. When I build something, my art is evident in the craftsmanship and in various flourishes; my big Navy blue and stainless steel climbing wall is an example.

  • Not socially adept. Granted, most quants prefer socializing with other quants. This is not due to inadequacy on the part of quants, but due to a demonstrated intolerance from many non-quants.

  • A pencilneck with no athletic ability. Here are some of the careers that I have discovered among skilled climbers: actuary, attorney, mechanical engineer, chemical engineer, electrical engineer, software engineer, nurse practitioner, brain surgeon, and neurologist. Regarding those last two occupations, the two individuals I know in each of those jobs work together and each is a better climber than I am. I'm not exactly a beginner, either:,

  • No concept of the natural world. I know two exceptionally good engineers who are also successful beekeepers. Many electricians, mechanics, and engineers hunt, fish, do gardening, volunteer at pet shelters, maintain exquisite landscaping (which they created) for their  homes, hike nature  trails regularly, etc. It's also worth noting that electricians and electrical engineers tend to wear natural fibers exclusively; this is because in that line of work you do not wear polyester.

  • Have no sense of style. Back in the day, we wore suits to the office. When I worked at Bailey Controls, everyone (at least in my group) wore tailored suits with silk ties selected by the tailor and our wingtips were polished to a high gloss. When we'd walk into a place dressed to the nines, people noticed.

Unfortunately, these reality-challenged beliefs about quants lead many youngsters to make poor career choices. Rather than risk heading to Nerdsville, they choose a "soft" major in college or go take a McJob somewhere instead of learning a trade. After the college-going ones rack up enormous debt, they find their degree is worthless on the job market. It's not so much the substance of the degree itself, but the perception among employers that wasting four years to get such a degree shows poor judgment and also must have left the applicant with less practical brainpower than the job requires. That is not to say everyone with a degree in history or philosophy is an unemployable idiot. And of course we all know people with non-STEM majors or no degree at all who are very smart and capable. But how much better off would that "soft" major person have been with a "work hard to graduate with useful skills" degree? Or a journeyman's card as a plumber, carpenter, machinist, or plumber? Or certification as an arborist?

Getting through engineering school is tough; the first-year dropout rate is very high. Same for graduating with a 3.6 or higher GPA in an MBA program; most MBAs fall under the "pay your fee and get your B" plan, and don't work hard enough to stand out. Going for top grades in a tough cirriculum stretches a person's intellectual capacity quite a bit. The brain has an adaptive response to the overload placed on it, plus you make some choices such as developing good study habits. Most of all, perhaps, you develop the ability to focus and stay focused for a long time.

What happens if we take this same dynamic and apply it not to selecting your college path or vocation but to selecting your hobbies, interests, and past times? You already know the answer. You get smarter.

So if you have a choice between reading a celebrity magazine or working a crossword puzzle, which will lead to increased brainpower? Hiring someone to build an item you need, or building it yourself to journeyman or master standards? Replacing something or fixing it? Watching football on TV or playing a game of pickup basketball? Getting a bag lunch from a fast food joint, or planning and preparing a chef-worthy meal yourself?

You make choices like these often enough that they can add up. Or not add up. Someone who is intellectually curious and has made the harder choices is very interesting to converse with. The other person is a bore. Don't be that other person. Chose the challenging path, and stretch yourself.

4. Finance tip

Government is the single largest expense for nearly every adult wage earner in the USA. Not including the inflation tax, all of the taxes (state, local, federal -- sales, property, excise, income, etc.) add up to between 55 and 60% of your income. The inflation tax  brings it close to 80% in some years. Inflation is the tax that fills the gap between what the other taxes collect and what the government spends.

Taxes are egregiously burdensome. If you work a 50 hour week, you likely work 40 of those hours just to pay the hundreds of different taxes that you really have no choice but to pay. Most are collected automatically, and the inflation tax is a primary example of that. You don't see a payroll deduction, but you do see it in the diminished value of what you are paid.

Of course, we get many government services for this enormous amount of taxation. But we also pay for things that have no benefit. For example, Anthony Fauci draws a government salary and nobody should have to pay for that.

A century ago, the tax bit was far smaller. Why is it so big today? Recall that FDR turned a stock crash into the Great Depression by illegally implementing one dumb federal program after another. Other administrations have followed suit, with the result being a bloated federal government. The justification for useless programs and useless agencies is nearly always made using Article 1, Section 8. The is the "go to" Section for getting around the 10th Amendment, which limits the powers of the federal government to those enumerated in the Constitution. Usually the "provide for the general welfare" clause is cited. I don't think that's any kind of stretch to include the FAA, for example. Imagine the chaos and carnage without the FAA.

Unfortunately, Section 8 does get stretched beyond credulity. FDR cited it to "justify" every scheme he could come up with, redefining its words to suit the occasion. While it's still abused, nobody since FDR abused it nearly as much as he did. For example, he cited it for Social Security. But this program benefits specific individuals rather than providing for the general welfare. I'm glad we have Social Security, but it should have been implemented the right way not through deceit.

And there's the big clue. Deceit.

When there's a theftocracy thing being proposed, when corporate interests want to use the federal government to reach into your pockets, they lie about it. Almost every major scheme benefits some corporation at your expense. A specific interest will benefit, but not people in general. So the welfare clause cannot legally be used. Yet, it is used. And the lies surrounding the proposal are the kind that critical thinkers debunk instantly yet most people accept as true.

It may seem there is not much you can do about this theftocracy problem, because spending decisions get made without consulting you. Some developer comes to town, and your city council gives them a "tax incentive" to do business in the city. Translated into English, the city sticks you with the tab for what is essentially a wealth transfer to this other party.

  1. One way to battle this is to vote for candidates who are either conservative or libertarian. If you draw a horizontal line on a piece of paper, you have big spenders on the left and small spenders on the right. If you draw a vertical line, you have libertarians (personal freedom and personal property rights) on the top and statists (government control and government ownership) on the bottom. Keep this in mind when donating time or money to candidates and when voting. Keep it in mind also when contacting the incumbents even when there's no election coming up.
  2. Another way to battle this is to identify a specific program and ask that it be eliminated or reduced. This means taking on quite a fight. So organize a small group and get petitions signed.
  3. There's a third way that takes ongoing commitment for a term of office. At the city level, Libertarians (notice, it's capitalized this time because I am referring to a political party) make the petitioning unnecessary. They have been reducing waste, fraud, and corruption for decades and actually getting tax rebates to the residents. Consider joining the LP and running for City Council or your County Board on a fiscal responsibility platform.
  4. A fourth way requires being unafraid to voice your opinion at a public forum. You can attend meetings of school boards and city councils and speak your mind. This is what Mark Robinson did in 2018 and that impassioned speech so resonated with voters it wasn't long before he was the Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina. Robinson's speech attacked a set of lies that was being propagated to reduce the personal freedom of residents of his city. Lies that would make people less safe and less free at the same time.

His is a masterful speech, and if you have not watched it then do so now: Robinson is a Bible-believing Christian, so I will quote Luke 10:37. Go thou and do likewise.

5. Security tip

In the previous issue, I had written that the socialist lost the House and the Senate. I had written that well ahead of sending that issue, and the "election" was still dragging on with the outcome for the Senate unknown. I didn't go back and review this piece before sending.

So, millions of dollars later (spent on getting faking thousands of mail-in votes, among other acts of fraud), what was the result and what security tip do I have for you? The socialists lost the House, but they still control the Senate and they still have their pet retard in the White House.

Brainless Biden, who will enjoy the protection of an armed guard for the rest of his pointless life, seeks to ensure ordinary Americans do not have armed protection. Consider the danger:

  • Catch and Release is common in the socialist states, and some whackos are pushing for it in the free states. It makes police not want to bother, because the perp will be back out the same day.
  • We have a massive shortage of police officers. There's no mystery as to why, but the problem isn't going away soon.
  • People have become far less civil and far more aggressive.
  • It is common for people to disguise themselves with face diapers. This practice should be illegal, as it defeats common security measures. Yet, it is actually encouraged. Brainless even wants to MANDATE it nationwide.

We need to secure our elections so that we can secure our personal safety. If the socialists get their way, it will be difficult for decent people to carry weapons for self-defense and those of us who do will be criminals (though that will be our only "offense").

Even during the two awful years in which Brainless has been illegally occupying the office of POTUS and taking a wrecking ball to our economy, the Supreme Court has settled several cases that yet again reaffirm the Second Amendment which itself affirms (not grants) our right to bear arms. One "solution" to this "problem" is to legislate away the Second Amendment. Even with massive fraud, the socialists failed to re-steal the House and barely stole the Senate. The next election could give them back the House, a very scary thought. In the meantime, another solution is to pack the Court. A recent pro-citizen decision was 6 to 3. If Brainless appoints 4 pro-criminal whackos (gun banners) to the Court, a case like that will be settled 7 to 6. No more Second Amendment rights, and the other Amendments will fall like dominoes.

We sane people need to put election reform pressure on our legislators, even if they are socialists. You do this at the county level, and somewhat at the state level. It's very easy to do. Just go onto the site of your County Election Board and ask them to improve election integrity. Say you are concerned that your vote is rendered moot by election fraud. Ask them for their specific plan of action and a date by which they expect it to be implemented. The main thing to restrict is mail-in voting, which is a major fraud vector. Yeah, this might take a half hour out of your day. But that's a teensy price to pay for what is at stake. Ask others to do the same.

An even bigger problem is election fraud at the brainwashing level. Cancel your Facebook account (if you have one) and encourage others to do the same. When you cancel, give their political smell as the reason why. And tell them you are asking others to cancel too. They already had one mass exodus earlier this year, resulting in layoffs. They will get the message. We just need to give it to them again in enough numbers.

Stop using Google for search (the results are politically skewed) and encourage others to use Duck Duck Go, Bing, or Yahoo. Facebook and Google have done enormous damage to the concept of free elections by spreading disinformation and suppressing information. Making these few small changes costs you nothing.

When you encounter libtards spewing their fantasies and delusions, simply say, "I disagree, because I am actually informed on that subject." This shuts them down, at least in my experience, so you don't have to engage them. And they leave the encounter with a feeling of disapproval, cognitive dissonance, and far more reticence to voice their stupid opinions. If your experience differs from mine (so far) and they want to argue, just say, "Be intellectually curious and learn about this if you want, but I don't have the time or inclination to enlighten you. Thanks."

Trying to argue with a libtard merely gives them a chance to abuse you, and they consider it a "win" when they get others to give up in frustration. Not giving them this opportunity takes the air out of their proverbial tires. You have to remember, if they cared about the truth they would already see things the way you do. So you can't educate them. You can, however, show them you don't care what they "think". That sends a powerful message. I think this is the message they need to receive.


6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle

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 in this area.

Statistics when these photos were taken, 2 days past my 62nd birthday:

  • Height: 6'0"

  • Wingspan: 6'1"

  • Weight: 148.8lbs (a bit more than the Age 60 shoot, and I am leaner for this one)

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

  • Waist: 29

  • Chest: 48

  • Arms: 15

  • Quads: 20.5 (an increase of half an inch since the Age 60 shoot)

  • Max bench press: Unknown, but I do 4 sets of 10 reps with 150 lbs to warm up on chest day

  • Max squat: Unknown, but I do 4 sets of 8 reps of front squats with 90lbs to start Leg Day

  • Cholesterol: In normal range, on low side

  • Testosterone: Above the upper limit of the normal range

  • 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

Some cool climbing  videos:


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Many people in the bodybuilding world are obsessed with macros. The theory behind this is you need to get the exactly optimum ratio of fats:carbs:proteins in your diet. This way of looking at food has several flaws, for example very seldom is a food only a carb or whatever macro. Practitioners classify beans as carbs. But beans are an excellent source of protein. And how do they arrive at the desired ratio? Not through science, that's for sure.

The typical bodybuilder meal under the macros theory is dry chicken, broccoli and rice. Day in and day out, meal after meal. Oh, it may vary a bit. You get maybe salmon instead of chicken. And maybe asparagus instead of broccoli. Very little fruit ("carbs are bad"). The reason for the simple meals is this all began with men, and the men had not developed any culinary skills. But as Bill Phillips has repeatedly said, "Great bodies are made in the kitchen, not in the gym."

Another theory in the bodybuilding world is also popular among performance athletes and longevity advocates. That is the nutrient-density theory. It's why 8-time Mr. Olympia Lee Haney is such a proponent of sweet potatoes. Under this theory, you reduce or eliminate foods that are low nutrient density and high energy density, focusing on their opposites.

If you make this theory your foundation and then modify it as follows, you will have a palate-pleasing diet that you can enjoy for the long haul and it will be key in optimizing your health and physique:

  • Eat a variety, not the same things all the time. Choose different colors and different varieties of eggplant, for example. Or eat whatever fruit is in season so you get something different on a regular basis.
  • Choose super foods to make up the bulk of whatever you purchase and prepare.
  • Spread your calories and nutrients across six meals a day.
  • Plan meals well ahead of time, buy what you need and bulk prep as much as practical so preparing a particular meal doesn't take much time.
  • Experiment with different combinations, different seasonings, and different presentations. Take the time once in a while to make your meal a piece of art.
  • Don't worry about carbs. Don't worry about cholesterol. Don't worry about saturated fats. All of these are actually good for you, and they make meals taste better.

Any diet that is highly restrictive is restricting out nutrients and pleasure. It's not restrictive to eliminate highly processed foods or ones like wheat, corn, and soy that present major health issues. Once you eliminate the poisonous items, you still have a huge selection from which to make nutritious, delicious meals. In fact, those poisonous items are neither nutritious nor delicious. People believe they like the taste of processed sugars and rancid fats but they have simply become accustomed to not eating real food.

Let's take one aspect and drill down further. It is believed that cats became domesticated because they proved themselves useful around grain silos. Question: Were they useful because they ate the grain, or because they ate the mice and rats that ate the grain? Obvious answer, there.

Today, the typical "cat food" is kibble based on of corn and wheat, both of which are toxic to cats. Rancid fats are added to the mix, important vitamins like B12 are not. Cats subsisting on this garbage are diseased. Many people have "cat allergies" which are in reality an allergic response to the diseased dander of a diseased cat. Put the same cat on a real food diet (for example, good kibble like Purina Beyond or anything by Blue Wilderness, wet canned food of the same brands, raw organic eggs, melted organic butter, organic whole non-homogenized milk from grass fed cows, and the occasional bit of organic meat), and the cat gets well. Then the person with "cat allergies" is no longer allergic to the cat.

Poisons like modern wheat and corn have no place in any animal's diet. Not cats, humans, cattle, or dogs, for sure. Yet all four species are regularly subjected to these along with seed oils. People who worry about "carbs" as somehow being the source of obesity or poor muscle development are looking in the wrong place.



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

In June and July of 2020, the CDC released its monthly Covid-19 assessment from the data. What they said was aside from nursing home residents and others normally classified as "vulnerable", the only people who died from Covid-19 were those with metabolic syndrome. There is only one way you get metabolic syndrome, and that's from a diet based on highly processed foods. Starting in August, the CDC stopped releasing its monthly Covid-19 assessment from the data.

Reality does not fit the narrative, so it was silenced.


8. Thought for the Day

Those who accept official statements at face value are easily propagandized. The main purpose of most official statements is to hide what's really going on. So be intellectually curious, starting with looking at inconsistencies in the story. Wearing a dust mask to stop a virus, for example, is idiotic on its face (no pun intended). Consider how relatively few people bothered to question this.


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The purpose of this publication is to inform and empower its readers (and save you money!). The views expressed in this e-newsletter are generally not shared by socialists or other brainwashed individuals. That's because those fools live in an alternate reality and have not bothered to learn the basics of how life works. They cannot do basic math, cannot apply logic, and cannot be bothered to learn the basic facts relevant to any topic that they are passionate about.

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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