indie Artist/Musician seeking his crowd , Music Producer, Drummer, Computer Nerd, Ceramicist, Free Thinker, Martial Artist, Revolutionary, Patriot.

Music is important in perilous times, while musicians struggle to find their audiences... I'd be stoked if you would check out some of my music and leave a like/comment/share if you enjoy!

The world has gotten dangerously safe these days... so stay dangerous and invoke the strength of the ferocious and the free
  • Music Producer / Artist at BlueTownMusic productions
  • Lives in Las Vegas
  • From Las Vegas
  • Studied Performance (Drums) at Los Angeles Music Academy
    Class of 2008
  • Male
  • Married
  • 13/03/1984
  • Followed by 605 people
Pinned Post
The latest release with Dianne Franc and Yours Truly https://soundcloud.com/diannefranc/just-take-your-time
The latest release with Dianne Franc and Yours Truly https://soundcloud.com/diannefranc/just-take-your-time
3
0 Comments 0 Shares
Recent Updates
  • I'm pro choice because anyone dumb enough to willingly enact state-purposed methods of population control on themselves and their families, and get tricked into being outraged for the 'right to do so,' probably shouldn't be procreating anyway. Pro choice will keep idiocracy a comedy instead of a documentary, so go head people, sterilize yourselves and stunt your gene pools en masse for the elite's benefit and call it 'women's rights and health.' The wealthy elites who yall claim to hate so much will be laughing all the way to the bank, and I'll be on the sidelines face-palming at the idiocy of you all... cause I'm done feeling sorry for people who literally 'fight for the right to kill themselves' while simultaneously 'fight to take others rights to defend themselves' away.
    let the lemmings be lemmings, I guess. It's what they want, and they'll get angry if you try to stop em.
    I'm pro choice because anyone dumb enough to willingly enact state-purposed methods of population control on themselves and their families, and get tricked into being outraged for the 'right to do so,' probably shouldn't be procreating anyway. Pro choice will keep idiocracy a comedy instead of a documentary, so go head people, sterilize yourselves and stunt your gene pools en masse for the elite's benefit and call it 'women's rights and health.' The wealthy elites who yall claim to hate so much will be laughing all the way to the bank, and I'll be on the sidelines face-palming at the idiocy of you all... cause I'm done feeling sorry for people who literally 'fight for the right to kill themselves' while simultaneously 'fight to take others rights to defend themselves' away. let the lemmings be lemmings, I guess. It's what they want, and they'll get angry if you try to stop em.
    2 Comments 0 Shares
  • I'm working on compiling a list of 'CrAzY conspiracy theories that turned out to be true.' Here's what I got so far. (please comment if you have any additions.)
    Big oil climate data
    cigarettes and cancer
    Hunter Biden laptop
    Steele dossier
    USS Maine
    tainted polio vaccine...
    Gulf War Syndrome
    Agent Orange
    Bay of Pigs and anti Castro
    Crack in inner cities
    Poisoning alcohol during prohibition.
    MKULTRA
    Fast and furious
    wide receiver
    bias algorithms on social media
    operation STINGRAY
    testing mustard gas on US sailors
    Tuskegee syphilis experiment
    Gulf Of Tonkin
    operation northwoods
    sand creek massacre
    wounded knee massacre
    the trail of tears
    Japanese internment
    McCarthyism
    Jim crow laws
    Kent state massacre
    the patriot act
    testing radioactive elements on US citizens
    operation paperclip
    Phoebus Cartel
    The downwind people
    Premptive intel on Pearl Harbor attack
    NSA mass surveillance (Ed Snowden)
    Bio labs in Ukraine
    Weather Underground
    (And my personal favorite,) "turning the friggin frogs gay!"
    I'm working on compiling a list of 'CrAzY conspiracy theories that turned out to be true.' Here's what I got so far. (please comment if you have any additions.) Big oil climate data cigarettes and cancer Hunter Biden laptop Steele dossier USS Maine tainted polio vaccine... Gulf War Syndrome Agent Orange Bay of Pigs and anti Castro Crack in inner cities Poisoning alcohol during prohibition. MKULTRA Fast and furious wide receiver bias algorithms on social media operation STINGRAY testing mustard gas on US sailors Tuskegee syphilis experiment Gulf Of Tonkin operation northwoods sand creek massacre wounded knee massacre the trail of tears Japanese internment McCarthyism Jim crow laws Kent state massacre the patriot act testing radioactive elements on US citizens operation paperclip Phoebus Cartel The downwind people Premptive intel on Pearl Harbor attack NSA mass surveillance (Ed Snowden) Bio labs in Ukraine Weather Underground (And my personal favorite,) "turning the friggin frogs gay!"
    3
    4 Comments 0 Shares
  • It's rare that I say this, but "I don't think I could have said it better my self!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvnE6IJZugA

    It's rare that I say this, but "I don't think I could have said it better my self!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvnE6IJZugA
    1
    1 Comments 0 Shares
  • This is one of the victims of the recent Buffalo shooting, Aaron Salter, an inventor who was in the process of filing a patent for a fully hydrogen powered vehicle. How coincidental...

    The world needs to see this for quite a few reasons. Please share this! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAFQdYYXyls
    This is one of the victims of the recent Buffalo shooting, Aaron Salter, an inventor who was in the process of filing a patent for a fully hydrogen powered vehicle. How coincidental... The world needs to see this for quite a few reasons. Please share this! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAFQdYYXyls
    3 Comments 0 Shares
  • Joe Biden made a recent post barking on about 'acting now to prevent tragedies,' presumably alluding to trying to make more restrictive gun laws. I posted a response that called for putting guards at schools, like just about every other nation on earth.

    Some NPC quipped at me and made some vague assessment about 'common sense gun laws,' the latest buzz-phrase that politicians use to make it seem like something senseless makes sense...

    Do we like common sense? Yea? Ok, well, here's some common sense:

    We already have common sense gun laws. Go try to buy a gun right now and tell me 'how easy it is.' It's literally easier to obtain one illegally.

    Common sense gun laws should recognize that people who are willing to murder are also willing to break 'common sense gun laws.'

    You could ban guns across the board nationally and it won't stop the black market; it will strengthen it. Look at how 'common sense drug laws' have worked in a similar manner. Look at gun crime rates in places like CA, NY and IL, who already have very restrictive gun laws. They are the most dangerous places in the US.

    With 3d printers or basic metal working tools, one can build a gun out of some plastic and common hardware store parts. I've done it myself just to be educated about it. Not that difficult.

    All political positions aside, guns aren't going anywhere, legal or otherwise. It's a lost cause and THAT should be common sense by now.

    Therefore, it stands to reason that instead of this abstract and largely unpopular notion of disrespecting the 2nd amendment, we can solve this problem very easily and far more efficiently across the board by simply placing guards in front of schools. EVERY freakin nation on earth does this except ours for some reason.

    Notice that mass shooters INVARIABLY hit soft targets that are known to have unarmed people? This will fix that. As soon as a few police or armed security forces are stationed at each school with the sole purpose of protecting that school, you will see a drop in instances where a shooting is even attempted.

    In the rare instance that it is attempted, it will be met with force immediately and stopped before such terrible damage can be done.

    Every patriotic American who understands the importance of the 2nd amendment will fight tooth and nail to maintain their rights to own weapons, and you KNOW this. The same patriotic Americans will likely volunteer to guard the schools themselves if they would simply be allowed to.

    Do we want to have a heated nationwide political debate about rights, or do we want to act quickly and solve this awful problem? Which?

    We can argue about gun laws all day, but maybe we should put guards at schools BEFORE we start that discussion?

    This is a no-brainer, sir. This is common sense.
    Joe Biden made a recent post barking on about 'acting now to prevent tragedies,' presumably alluding to trying to make more restrictive gun laws. I posted a response that called for putting guards at schools, like just about every other nation on earth. Some NPC quipped at me and made some vague assessment about 'common sense gun laws,' the latest buzz-phrase that politicians use to make it seem like something senseless makes sense... Do we like common sense? Yea? Ok, well, here's some common sense: We already have common sense gun laws. Go try to buy a gun right now and tell me 'how easy it is.' It's literally easier to obtain one illegally. Common sense gun laws should recognize that people who are willing to murder are also willing to break 'common sense gun laws.' You could ban guns across the board nationally and it won't stop the black market; it will strengthen it. Look at how 'common sense drug laws' have worked in a similar manner. Look at gun crime rates in places like CA, NY and IL, who already have very restrictive gun laws. They are the most dangerous places in the US. With 3d printers or basic metal working tools, one can build a gun out of some plastic and common hardware store parts. I've done it myself just to be educated about it. Not that difficult. All political positions aside, guns aren't going anywhere, legal or otherwise. It's a lost cause and THAT should be common sense by now. Therefore, it stands to reason that instead of this abstract and largely unpopular notion of disrespecting the 2nd amendment, we can solve this problem very easily and far more efficiently across the board by simply placing guards in front of schools. EVERY freakin nation on earth does this except ours for some reason. Notice that mass shooters INVARIABLY hit soft targets that are known to have unarmed people? This will fix that. As soon as a few police or armed security forces are stationed at each school with the sole purpose of protecting that school, you will see a drop in instances where a shooting is even attempted. In the rare instance that it is attempted, it will be met with force immediately and stopped before such terrible damage can be done. Every patriotic American who understands the importance of the 2nd amendment will fight tooth and nail to maintain their rights to own weapons, and you KNOW this. The same patriotic Americans will likely volunteer to guard the schools themselves if they would simply be allowed to. Do we want to have a heated nationwide political debate about rights, or do we want to act quickly and solve this awful problem? Which? We can argue about gun laws all day, but maybe we should put guards at schools BEFORE we start that discussion? This is a no-brainer, sir. This is common sense.
    0 Comments 0 Shares
  • Can we please correct this notion that CRT and history are the same thing? They aren't. CRT is CRT, and history is history.

    One is an account of important names, dates and events to be ideally portrayed in a neutral, objective manner.

    The other is a theoretical approach to interpreting culture and society through the lens of being focused on race as a construct, and applied through an altered version of Karl Marx's 'critical theory,' whereby they have replaced the notion of 'class based oppression' with 'race based oppression' and analyzed it thusly.

    CRT is not history, it is a lens by which to interpret history and extrapilate theoretical conclusions on how race influenced certain outcomes.

    If you were to teach history through the lense of CRT, you are teaching history with a hyperfocus on racial aspects of historical events, such as racism etc.

    This is very different from teaching 'the history of racism,' as every historical event through the lense of CRT will inject race as a factor, rather it is relevant or not.

    The contention among those who speak against CRT is not that we shouldn't teach 'the history of racism.' In fact, most people would encourage the teaching the history of racism. What they don't want is the teaching of history through the lense of a Marxist based ideology that is hyperfocused on racism, or race as a construct of segregation.

    The notion that 'those who don't want CRT in schools are trying to bury history and cover up historical racism' is false. It is a tactic used to obscure and obfuscate the actual intention behind banning CRT, which is not to ban the teaching of historical racism, but to ban the current practice of what many rightfully see as a Marxist ideology that promotes racial segregation, and in turn perpetuates racism.

    They want to ban the perpetuation of teaching race as a construct of segregation. They want equality over equity. They want to de-emphasize race as a point of focus, and they want to teach kids that their behaviors are the main factor that will determine their results over their race or ethnicity.

    There is a political incentive to perpetuate racial segregation. This we all know... and pushing CRT in schools is a veiled effort at doing just that under the guise of promoting "social justice" and "anti-racism."

    "Anti-racism" is still a focus on racism, if not a form of racism in and of itself, btw, so there's that also.

    You are free to debate me on this, but I would ask that anyone who would step up to that debate open by defining the difference between 'equity' and 'equality.'

    Demonstrate that you understand the difference between those two words, and I'll be open to anything else you have to say about it.

    Fail to demonstrate an understanding of the difference between "equity" and "equality," and I will assume that you don't know what you are talking about, because "equity" is an important concept in CRT (as well as Marx's critical theory,) and if you don't know what it means, then you don't know what CRT is to begin with.

    And good day.
    Can we please correct this notion that CRT and history are the same thing? They aren't. CRT is CRT, and history is history. One is an account of important names, dates and events to be ideally portrayed in a neutral, objective manner. The other is a theoretical approach to interpreting culture and society through the lens of being focused on race as a construct, and applied through an altered version of Karl Marx's 'critical theory,' whereby they have replaced the notion of 'class based oppression' with 'race based oppression' and analyzed it thusly. CRT is not history, it is a lens by which to interpret history and extrapilate theoretical conclusions on how race influenced certain outcomes. If you were to teach history through the lense of CRT, you are teaching history with a hyperfocus on racial aspects of historical events, such as racism etc. This is very different from teaching 'the history of racism,' as every historical event through the lense of CRT will inject race as a factor, rather it is relevant or not. The contention among those who speak against CRT is not that we shouldn't teach 'the history of racism.' In fact, most people would encourage the teaching the history of racism. What they don't want is the teaching of history through the lense of a Marxist based ideology that is hyperfocused on racism, or race as a construct of segregation. The notion that 'those who don't want CRT in schools are trying to bury history and cover up historical racism' is false. It is a tactic used to obscure and obfuscate the actual intention behind banning CRT, which is not to ban the teaching of historical racism, but to ban the current practice of what many rightfully see as a Marxist ideology that promotes racial segregation, and in turn perpetuates racism. They want to ban the perpetuation of teaching race as a construct of segregation. They want equality over equity. They want to de-emphasize race as a point of focus, and they want to teach kids that their behaviors are the main factor that will determine their results over their race or ethnicity. There is a political incentive to perpetuate racial segregation. This we all know... and pushing CRT in schools is a veiled effort at doing just that under the guise of promoting "social justice" and "anti-racism." "Anti-racism" is still a focus on racism, if not a form of racism in and of itself, btw, so there's that also. You are free to debate me on this, but I would ask that anyone who would step up to that debate open by defining the difference between 'equity' and 'equality.' Demonstrate that you understand the difference between those two words, and I'll be open to anything else you have to say about it. Fail to demonstrate an understanding of the difference between "equity" and "equality," and I will assume that you don't know what you are talking about, because "equity" is an important concept in CRT (as well as Marx's critical theory,) and if you don't know what it means, then you don't know what CRT is to begin with. And good day.
    1
    0 Comments 0 Shares
  • I have a theory here, and you tell me if you think I'm right or not:

    So, it seems kind of strange how we started seeing all of these big corporations start 'going woke,' as if it was somehow some kind of brilliant business move for them to take a side in politics and alienate huge amounts of their customer bases, right?

    Like, best practice for them as a business would have been to simply stay out of it and continue selling whatever product, goods or services that they always had before the culture war, right?

    But this whole corporations 'going woke' thing has been so common lately, that there's even a common saying, "get woke; go broke." Right?

    It means that these companies are losing money by taking sides in the culture war.. and when a corporation, (especially a publically traded one) does anything to lose money, it's completely out of character from what we know as the typical way of corporate America to behave.

    So the question remains... "Why/how is this happening?"

    So here's my theory: Very recently, it has come to light that social media sites (namely Twitter, but I suspect others as well,) have been rigging their numbers, fixing algorithms, editorializing and curating user's content etc, right?

    It's also come to light that those working in these companies who get to decide who's message gets amplified and who's gets censored are very politically bias, even downright extreme activists in some cases. Right?

    So here's the theory: These corporations pay a lot of money for marketing data. Social media and big tech sites are probably their main source of data that they use to calculate their marketing strategies, right?

    What if, the data they are getting is a reflection of the skewed perception from the censorship, gaslighting, bot trolling and astroturfing of these big tech sites?

    What if they looked at this data that they bough from big tech, analyzed it for trends, and saw what was being reflected by the artificial alteration of the data instead of the actual numbers and trends?!

    Maybe this is why every giant corporation suddenly started pandering to audiences that make up tiny portions of the population, while offending massive amounts of others?

    Maybe they were under the impression that 'this is actually what is popular today,' so they threw their whole advertising budget at it, only to find out in mid 2022 that their data was rigged!?

    Now that this information is coming out, you see these corporations doing 180's and changing their whole course! Look at Netflix for example.

    I mean, it makes perfect sense, because we all know that corporations like 'cocacola' don't give a flying fuck about 'ideologies,' they pump the word full of high fructose corn syrup and own private - for profit - prisons n shit... why do they suddenly care about 'social justice warriors?'

    They DON'T! They are just marketing with bad intel! LMFAO That's the corporate American way, just like we've always known them to be!

    Would that not explain basically all of this!? LOL

    Anwyay, just a thought before I have to go to work and stop thinking for the day....
    I have a theory here, and you tell me if you think I'm right or not: So, it seems kind of strange how we started seeing all of these big corporations start 'going woke,' as if it was somehow some kind of brilliant business move for them to take a side in politics and alienate huge amounts of their customer bases, right? Like, best practice for them as a business would have been to simply stay out of it and continue selling whatever product, goods or services that they always had before the culture war, right? But this whole corporations 'going woke' thing has been so common lately, that there's even a common saying, "get woke; go broke." Right? It means that these companies are losing money by taking sides in the culture war.. and when a corporation, (especially a publically traded one) does anything to lose money, it's completely out of character from what we know as the typical way of corporate America to behave. So the question remains... "Why/how is this happening?" So here's my theory: Very recently, it has come to light that social media sites (namely Twitter, but I suspect others as well,) have been rigging their numbers, fixing algorithms, editorializing and curating user's content etc, right? It's also come to light that those working in these companies who get to decide who's message gets amplified and who's gets censored are very politically bias, even downright extreme activists in some cases. Right? So here's the theory: These corporations pay a lot of money for marketing data. Social media and big tech sites are probably their main source of data that they use to calculate their marketing strategies, right? What if, the data they are getting is a reflection of the skewed perception from the censorship, gaslighting, bot trolling and astroturfing of these big tech sites? What if they looked at this data that they bough from big tech, analyzed it for trends, and saw what was being reflected by the artificial alteration of the data instead of the actual numbers and trends?! Maybe this is why every giant corporation suddenly started pandering to audiences that make up tiny portions of the population, while offending massive amounts of others? Maybe they were under the impression that 'this is actually what is popular today,' so they threw their whole advertising budget at it, only to find out in mid 2022 that their data was rigged!? Now that this information is coming out, you see these corporations doing 180's and changing their whole course! Look at Netflix for example. I mean, it makes perfect sense, because we all know that corporations like 'cocacola' don't give a flying fuck about 'ideologies,' they pump the word full of high fructose corn syrup and own private - for profit - prisons n shit... why do they suddenly care about 'social justice warriors?' They DON'T! They are just marketing with bad intel! LMFAO That's the corporate American way, just like we've always known them to be! Would that not explain basically all of this!? LOL Anwyay, just a thought before I have to go to work and stop thinking for the day....
    4
    0 Comments 0 Shares
  • Just for fun... If we were the government, what would we change to make the world better? Here are some points I've come up with. Feel free to add or comment

    1) abolish fiat currency that is controlled by a private bank and replace it with a resource-based economy that is backed by some precious metal or resource and is a function of the US treasury instead of the federal reserve.

    2) clip the balls of the federal government and revert all legislative powers back to the States respectively.

    3) Immediately end all US involvement with foreign wars or global military organizations like NATO. Focus the military solely on defending and assisting the development and fortification of US infrastructure. Engage in foreign military campaigns ONLY when it involves a direct and dire threat to the homeland or where it involves humanitarian aid to countries in need. Distribute the savings in military spending into a stimulus for American manufacturing and small businesses.

    4) Abolish and make illegal the practice of fractional reserve banking. Enforce strict laws that stipulate that banks can only loan out money that they have, and limit the rates of interest that they are allowed to charge. Make the practice of 'borrowing money' undesirable to any seeking huge profits and more of a practice among friends.

    5) Focus all government spending on developing American-based manufacturing, innovation, and energy appropriation (fuel, coal, nuclear, steam, solar, geothermal, hyrdo, etc.) except where trade and imports are absolutely necessary.

    6) BREAK UP BIG PHARMA via antitrust laws. Allow the practices of small, independent medical professionals and healthcare workers to thrive without involvement in global corporations or monopolies. Establish a fund to provide healthcare to all who might need it. The fund will be on a state-by-state basis and participation is optional and incentivized by tax breaks, write-offs, and philanthropological exposure and recognition.

    7) Reform the criminal justice system. Abolish privately owned prisons. Destroy financial incentives to create a criminal class. Rewrite laws to allow criminals to follow an attainable path to reform.

    8) End all national states of emergency, nullify HR4079, Patriot act, NDAA2012, NDAA2017, remove the power of the executive branch to assert martial law, end the surveillance police state and revert to the rule of law via the US constitution.

    9) Abolish the 14th amendment and offer state nationalism to all naturalized citizens. Reform maritime admiralty and all laws of water jurisdiction to recognize corporations as institutions rather than individuals. Differentiate in all courts between corporations and private individuals and adjust the commercial codes appropriately.

    10) immediately void all contracts with foreign corporations acting as private contractors to provide governmental services on a federal, state and municipal capacity. Annex all US territories as naturalized states and offer all US corporate territories a path to statehood under common law of the land and the constitution.

    11) Abolish the CIA.

    12) Make all government public servants keep transparent financial records as public information.

    13) end gerrymandering, limit financial contributions to political campaigns, expel and disqualify corporate lobbyists from holding positions of office, and make all transactions between corporations and public servants transparent as public information. Separate government and corporation. Destroy the revolving door.

    14) establish term limits for congress, the house, and the senate.

    15) abolish the American Firearms act, the ATF, and all gun control laws. Organize well-regulated militias for each state respectively. Offer arms and safety/military training to all American citizens as an optional volunteer service to engage in local, community projects.

    That's all I got so far... I'm sure more will come to mind. Please, Add something to this list. Yes YOU! add something!
    Just for fun... If we were the government, what would we change to make the world better? Here are some points I've come up with. Feel free to add or comment 1) abolish fiat currency that is controlled by a private bank and replace it with a resource-based economy that is backed by some precious metal or resource and is a function of the US treasury instead of the federal reserve. 2) clip the balls of the federal government and revert all legislative powers back to the States respectively. 3) Immediately end all US involvement with foreign wars or global military organizations like NATO. Focus the military solely on defending and assisting the development and fortification of US infrastructure. Engage in foreign military campaigns ONLY when it involves a direct and dire threat to the homeland or where it involves humanitarian aid to countries in need. Distribute the savings in military spending into a stimulus for American manufacturing and small businesses. 4) Abolish and make illegal the practice of fractional reserve banking. Enforce strict laws that stipulate that banks can only loan out money that they have, and limit the rates of interest that they are allowed to charge. Make the practice of 'borrowing money' undesirable to any seeking huge profits and more of a practice among friends. 5) Focus all government spending on developing American-based manufacturing, innovation, and energy appropriation (fuel, coal, nuclear, steam, solar, geothermal, hyrdo, etc.) except where trade and imports are absolutely necessary. 6) BREAK UP BIG PHARMA via antitrust laws. Allow the practices of small, independent medical professionals and healthcare workers to thrive without involvement in global corporations or monopolies. Establish a fund to provide healthcare to all who might need it. The fund will be on a state-by-state basis and participation is optional and incentivized by tax breaks, write-offs, and philanthropological exposure and recognition. 7) Reform the criminal justice system. Abolish privately owned prisons. Destroy financial incentives to create a criminal class. Rewrite laws to allow criminals to follow an attainable path to reform. 8) End all national states of emergency, nullify HR4079, Patriot act, NDAA2012, NDAA2017, remove the power of the executive branch to assert martial law, end the surveillance police state and revert to the rule of law via the US constitution. 9) Abolish the 14th amendment and offer state nationalism to all naturalized citizens. Reform maritime admiralty and all laws of water jurisdiction to recognize corporations as institutions rather than individuals. Differentiate in all courts between corporations and private individuals and adjust the commercial codes appropriately. 10) immediately void all contracts with foreign corporations acting as private contractors to provide governmental services on a federal, state and municipal capacity. Annex all US territories as naturalized states and offer all US corporate territories a path to statehood under common law of the land and the constitution. 11) Abolish the CIA. 12) Make all government public servants keep transparent financial records as public information. 13) end gerrymandering, limit financial contributions to political campaigns, expel and disqualify corporate lobbyists from holding positions of office, and make all transactions between corporations and public servants transparent as public information. Separate government and corporation. Destroy the revolving door. 14) establish term limits for congress, the house, and the senate. 15) abolish the American Firearms act, the ATF, and all gun control laws. Organize well-regulated militias for each state respectively. Offer arms and safety/military training to all American citizens as an optional volunteer service to engage in local, community projects. That's all I got so far... I'm sure more will come to mind. Please, Add something to this list. Yes YOU! add something!
    2
    2 Comments 0 Shares
  • I love it how we are facing record problems in our economy - to the point where economists and prominent banking figures are predicting a global financial meltdown, recessions, food shortages, energy shortages and even widespread famine, and hilarious fucking Joe Biden has the AUDACITY to come out and say 'the economy is stronger no than it was last year!'

    Like, all you gotta do is take a stroll to the local gas station, or down the local grocery store isles to see pretty clearly that our economy is NOT doing so hot... and so I wonder to myself 'who are these people who hear that the economy is strong right now and actually believe that shit!?!

    Like, what friggin methadone induced haze of reality do you have to be on to think that our economy is actually doing good right now?!

    LOL News flash: those of us who actually pay attention to how our economy works are scrambling to stock up on storable food, precious metals and ammo.

    Oh man - when these people who think the economy is just great get hit with the brutal reality of the situation, it's gonna be a mighty harsh landing.
    I love it how we are facing record problems in our economy - to the point where economists and prominent banking figures are predicting a global financial meltdown, recessions, food shortages, energy shortages and even widespread famine, and hilarious fucking Joe Biden has the AUDACITY to come out and say 'the economy is stronger no than it was last year!' Like, all you gotta do is take a stroll to the local gas station, or down the local grocery store isles to see pretty clearly that our economy is NOT doing so hot... and so I wonder to myself 'who are these people who hear that the economy is strong right now and actually believe that shit!?! Like, what friggin methadone induced haze of reality do you have to be on to think that our economy is actually doing good right now?! LOL News flash: those of us who actually pay attention to how our economy works are scrambling to stock up on storable food, precious metals and ammo. Oh man - when these people who think the economy is just great get hit with the brutal reality of the situation, it's gonna be a mighty harsh landing.
    2
    1 Comments 0 Shares
  • Think I found who I'm voting for as NV gov in June. It's looking like the right picks so far are Joey Gilbert for Gov and Sigal Chattah for AG. Still researching the rest of the candidates for other positions.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDA6E3n2l0s
    Think I found who I'm voting for as NV gov in June. It's looking like the right picks so far are Joey Gilbert for Gov and Sigal Chattah for AG. Still researching the rest of the candidates for other positions.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDA6E3n2l0s
    1
    1 Comments 0 Shares
More Stories