September 10, 2020

Yes, this is late. I’ll make no excuses, just slept until the crack
of noon and needed several cups of coffee to be mobile again. Now
that I’m awake we’ll do this.

Tomorrow marks a solemn anniversary and most of us remember where we were when we heard the news on September 11, 2001. The day we were attacked on our own soil. 2,977 died and at least $10 billion in damages were done. It was the deadliest incident for fire fighters and law enforcement in our history.

But we also saw America come together and help others. Flags flew
all over our nation and help came from all over the land. It is not
something to celebrate but remember. We’ll have a moment of silence
tomorrow to do just that. We mention this today as tomorrow we will
busy and may not have time.

This is a short one but I’ve run out of words and so many have
already been said about this. We will say that as a nation we have
to remember as to forget would be letting the event slide into
obscurity. Thanks for reading and we will have more later.

Enjoy our Thursday as we’re one day closer to 2021. Now for more
Comments are always welcome.

The mess we’re in

August 27, 2020

We’ve noticed with all the nonsense connected to Covid-19, our
animal kingdom is coming out in force. Seen more critters this year
than in quite some time. And now the WHO is getting on the climate
change band wagon trying to confuse us even more.

We’ve had ‘experts’ telling how many hoops we’d have to jump through and how high. How many businesses would have to close, and even when we can get together and with how many people. Then we wait while researchers work on a vaccine that may not work, or even be needed.

Politicians have gone crazy, the news doesn’t really report any real
news, and our justice system is broken. I have also noticed that none
of this affects the animal kingdom. Critters, at least here on the
east coast of Iowa, abound.

We are being told up is down, wrong is right, and rioters are
merely peaceful protesters. And mail in voting is an honest way for
dead for dead Democrats to vote. No problem here. Yeah right, and
I’m a legend in my own mind.

Those of us who know we’re being spoon fed a bunch of BS can’t
protest as we have responsibilities. Obviously, those who are
protesting don’t. Don’t have an answer for the dilemma nor solution. Do believe that if this nonsense continues there is going to be a lot of bloodshed if it continues.

Enjoy our Thursday. Now for some coffee and leftover pizza.
Comments are always welcome.

The voting dilemma

August 20, 2020

Had some things come up that needed attention and didn’t get a chance to post yesterday but the issues are now resolved. Sometimes things just take a little longer when we get older.

Lately Democrats have been pushing ‘vote by mail’ and saying it’s
the same as an absentee ballot. Turns out there are differences
between the two and we’ll try to explain them as we remember.

Basically, an absentee ballot must be requested and when received
the signature is checked against your voter registration card to
ensure the voter did fill it out. The signature must match to be

Vote by mail forms can be filled out and signed by anyone, not
necessarily the voter and isn’t checked for authenticity before
being counted. It is not the same as an absentee ballot for the
reasons stated above and is more prone to fraud.

Our state doesn’t do the ‘vote by mail’ but we did receive a
request form for an absentee ballot to “prevent the spread of
COVID-19”. On said form we must include either driver’s license
number or our four digit voter pin number.

Once we fill the form out and mail it an absentee ballot will be
sent to us to fill out. Seems silly to me. We used an absentee
ballot once when we knew we would be traveling on election day.

It is our right to go to the polls to vote and we wish to exercise
that right. If grocery and big box stores are safe for us to use,
so should the polls.

Enjoy our Thursday. Now I need coffee.
Comments are always welcome.

Mad mushroom

August 1, 2020

There are many of us who are feeling like mushrooms again. You know,
left in the dark and fed crap. Nothing new there as those we vote
into office get to a point that they think they know what our country
needs whether we agree or not.

This Covid-19 thing has went FUBAR and the blame falls on our media
and politicians. Almost like they can’t tell the truth because it
doesn’t fit with their agenda. And since when is stating the said
truth a lie?

We do have a virus going around, and it does infect about 2% of our
population, but people have a 99.7% chance of getting over it with
no long lasting side effects. If doctors who actually treat us tell
us a drug works they should not be censured for doing so.

It’s easy to see why some want a vaccine instead of a cure. The
company that gets the contract would stand to make $15 billion for
doing so. And one has to wonder how a drug that has been approved
for decades is suddenly dangerous to use.

Been looking into this a while now and have come to the belief that
something isn’t right. Looks almost like a conspiracy to get us all
pissed about what’s going on when the finger pointers are to blame.
I get it, they don’t want Trump to get back in. Don’t look at who
they’re pointing to as the problem, look behind the curtain for the
person pulling the strings.

That said, have a great Saturday and weekend. Now for coffee while
I grill some brats.
Comments are always welcome.


July 28, 2020

Having common sense is a curse. It didn’t use to be as most folks
had it. Yet somehow common sense has left the building for far too
many people. They’ve been buying the bull being shipped.

Case in point- this whole Coronavirus nonsense our politicians are
caught up in. We’ll give you a few examples. Doctors at ground zero
treating the patients are saying things are not bad as they seem and
cures scoffed at, and banned by others, Work.

Dr. Dan Erickson spoke at the ‘White Coat Summit’ in our capital
and said 99.8% of people get past the virus with little or no
progressive or significant disease. He also stated that the focus
shouldn’t be on the number of positive cases, but on hospitalizations
and deaths.

He also said the lockdowns were successful, but for all the wrong
reasons. Calls to the anxiety hotline up 1,000%, Child abuse,
emotional distress, suicide, alcohol abuse, people not getting cancer
screenings, and it also hurt people financially.

Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet said 20,000 Americans have died while the
FDA delays, since July 1, the approval of outpatient use of
hydroxychloroquine (HCQ).

Henry Ford Hospital physicians filed a request for the same thing
on July 1. Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Institute in
Dallas issued and urgent appeal in support of the Henry Ford request.

In a clinical trial, Henry Ford Hospital found a 51% reduction in
deaths if HCQ was started with 24 hours of admission. Another study
by Dr. Vladimir Zelenko using HCQ, azithromycin and zinc and given
within seven days of showing symptoms showed an 80% decrease in
deaths! And with no complications.

Having common sense then leads me to believe that the FDA is the
cause of these deaths and not our president. Why do they want a
vaccine so bad if HCQ is a cure?

Enjoy our Tuesday as it’s 5 o’clock somewhere. Now for more
Comments are always welcome.

Crying shame

July 21, 2020

Yeah, I’m late again. But I got to thinking and lost track of
time. Got up and grabbed a glass of water from under the tap and
some more for coffee and didn’t realize how blessed we are. With all
these ‘protesters’ shouting how some of us are so downtrodden and
oppressed sometimes one needs a wake up call.

First, a little background. The Navajo Nation is a territory that
covers about 17,544,500 acres in northwestern Arizona, southeastern
Utah, and northwestern New Mexico with a population of 173,667 as
of the last census. The land size is bigger than 10 of our states.

As many as 40% of the Navajo Nation don’t have running water, paved
roads, or access to amenities like grocery stores or health care. In
the entire area there are only 12 healthcare centers and 13 grocery
stores while many have no access to transportation. And they’ve had
8,593 cases of Covid 19 with 422 deaths as of July 19th.

The man who runs the only funeral home in the western part of said
the Navajo Nation is overwhelmed to the point that he hired more staff, got a freezer trailer to store bodies, and has been running out of caskets every week.

If you have a half hour, and don’t mind sitting through a short
commercial at the beginning, this video is eye opening. If anyone
is oppressed in our country, it is Native Americans, and that’s
a crying shame.

Enjoy our Tuesday. Now I need more coffee.
Comments are always welcome.


July 14, 2020

We know this post is late, again. We’ve been kept busy looking into
this whole Covid-19 debacle and have just as many questions now as
we did going in. And they are many but we’ll mention a few.

Why is whatever Fauci says gospel and anyone who disagrees nonsense?
How come a lockdown is the only way stop the virus?
Why isn’t everyone living here included in the data?
And why aren’t the long term side affects of lockdowns mentioned?

This past May, over 600 physicians from all specialties and all
states signed a public letter to president Trump saying the lockdowns
are causing a mass casualty incident. In part the letter states:

It is impossible to overstate the short, medium, and long-term harm
to people’s health with a continued shutdown. Losing a job is one of
life’s most stressful events, and the effect on a persons health is
not lessened because it also happened to 30 million other people.
Keeping schools and universities closed is incalculably detrimental
for children, teenagers, and young adults for decades to comes. The
millions of casualties of a continued shutdown will be hiding in
plain sight, but they will be called alcoholism, homelessness,
suicide, heart attack, stroke, or kidney failure. In youths it will
be called financial instability, unemployment, despair, drug
addiction, unplanned pregnancies, poverty and abuse.

It seems since only the ‘known’ cases are used in data things look
pretty grim, but those numbers should include include ALL of us. One
would think that adding everyone would give a true infection rate and
an honest death toll. If you add everyone exposed the scary numbers

Nobody in the mainstream media is addressing the long term effects
the lockdowns will have. On top of the side affects mentioned above
let’s add child molestation, spousal abuse and suicides that will
take years of study to fully know how bad it was.

You can read about these, and other issues concerning the lockdowns
and how bad the real specialists say they are are go here.

Enjoy the rest of our Tuesday as I need a pizza now.
Comments are always welcome.

What if?

July 13, 2020

It’s no secret I’ve stood against this dog and pony show called the
Covid-19 pandemic. Hasn’t made sense to me from the beginning nor does it now. The flu of 2018 had more fatalities at this point than the virus does now. But what if we could cut down on the number of fatalities with a cure that has existed for 20 years?

If you haven’t heard of Dr. Richard Bartlett we hope you do. His
cure for Covid-19 is readily available, reasonably priced, in no
danger of running out, and can make patients feel better after the
first treatment.

Oh yeah, it can also be used on everyone from premature babies to
the elderly with no side effects. Still think this whole media blitz
is real? I usually don’t have videos here but will in this case. If
you have 30 minutes watch and listen.

After watching the video myself I believe we, the American people,
are owed an apology from those who keep hiding cures and positive news from us including the media. Stop using the ‘data’ that supports your agenda, forget a vaccine, and lets get back to normal.

Let’s get the word out. Oh yeah, if you watch the video you will also
learn the flu is going around now also. I hadn’t heard that until I
watched the video. And I am not receiving any compensation for the
mention of this from either Dr. Bartlett of Debbie Georgatos.

Enjoy our Monday. Now for some more coffee.

Thursday rant on Friday

June 26, 2020

I was going to post about the homemade weed killer today but since
the results were not great decided to take a different path. Even
though I avoid the media on TV one can’t escape it on the internet.

So here’s what I’ve learned over the last couple days:

The country western group Lady Antebellum changed their name to
Lady A so it isn’t racist.

A group of Texas realtors will not use the term “Master” when
referring to bedrooms and baths as that is racist.

Disneyland will change its Splash Mountain from a “Song of the
South” to a princess theme.

AOC wants to take houses away from property owners to make things

And in one part of country, the LGBT added a P, for Pedosexual.

Lord love a duck! It’s official, some people here have lost what
little sense they had. This is just a few of the stranger blurbs I’ve
seen and by no means all.

Lady A can call themselves whatever they want as a lot of what I
hear lately doesn’t sound like country music to me anyway. I’ll keep
listening to the oldies.

“Song of the South” is a classic and think there would be a bigger
uproar in changing to a ‘white privilege’ princess theme might make
things worse.

If realtors won’t call it master bedroom, are they going to call it
the adult bedroom now? Or the larger bedroom with attached bath?

AOC can want ‘fairness’ all she wants but I’m sure we’re not the
only homeowners who would say hell no to that idea. Why don’t these
brain dead politicians just come out and say they want to change our
country from a Constitutional Federation to Socialism.

The LGBT group adding pedophiles doesn’t surprise me nor make me a happy camper. As my dear departed mother used to say “you can want in one hand, shit in the other, and you know which one will be full”.

Instead of all these groups demanding special attention why doesn’t
everybody get together and work on the real problems. Like people
out of work, businesses losing money or closing, and how to make
our country better when this virus is gone than it was before it
got here.

I’ll end it there and hope you have a great Friday. Now I’m having
more coffee and some leftover pizza.
Comments are always welcome.

Here’s the deal…

May 28, 2020

Since I can’t believe that so many people didn’t know the threat we
call coronavirus has been around for decades, it’s time to say
something. The coronaviruses were first discovered in 1931 and
caused an acute respiratory infection in domesticated chickens.

In the 1940s, two more animal coronaviruses, mouse hepititis virus
and transmissible gastroenteritis virus, were isolated. The first
human coronavirus occured in 1965. At that time it caused a common

There are 7 coronaviruses that can infect humans. The one that
causes SARS emerged in China in 2002. MERS, another version of the
virus, started in Saudi Arabia in 2012 and was mostly in the Middle
East. And there were SARS-CoV in 2003, HCoV NL63 in 2004, HCoV
HKU1 in 2005, and the new SARS-CoV-2 in 2019.

Contrary to some beliefs, the current strain of the coronavirus
didn’t start with bats in wet markets in Wuhan, China. This is a
simple deduction since the markets didn’t sell bats at the time of
the outbreak.

The 2002 outbreak of SARS-CoV had a fatality rate of 9.2%, the 2012
MERS-CoV had a fatality rate of 37%, and 2019 SARS-CoV-2
(COVID-19) had a projected fatality rate of 6.2%.

So this is not a new virus but a new strain of an existing one. And
I still believe that when the dust settles the fatality rate of
this virus will be less than 1% of those infected. Wear your masks if
you desire, quarantine if you must, but please do a little research
before getting too worried.

And no, I’m not a doctor. But their are reputable scientific sites
to look at when researching. Although numbers are double checked
and websites used for reference are saved, if any mistakes are
made here they are not intentional.