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  1. I'm amazed at the large number of people who still think covid drugs are safe. Really makes me SMH.
  2. Yes, it is possible. I have achieved an age that causes me to not put much belief in fairies, unicorns, or coincidences. But maybe we will find out before we die who was behind the sabotage.
  3. Accidentally, I tell ya!! https://www.businessinsider.com/log-mar-a-lago-docs-posted-online-court-filing-deleted-2022-10?amp=#amp_tf=From %1%24s&aoh=16650698248931&csi=0&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com
  4. Well, make sure you request a refund! Babylon Bee, but of course you know that. Just stipulating for the newbies among us.
  5. https://www.revolver.news/2022/10/new-report-vaers-was-undercounting-myocarditis-cases-after-mrna-covid-vaccines/
  6. Best of luck to many of you. Scientists from Harvard & Johns Hopkins Found Covid-19 Vaccines 98 Times Worse Than the Virus https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/scientists-from-harvard-and-johns
  7. Even Stevie Wonder and Helen Keller can see what is going on here.
  8. You might want to consider seeing a therapist, or self-blocking the BB in your browser.
  9. HOPEFULLY, it was just a fluke accident. Once. Twice. Three times. (Bad things DO happen in threes, right?) Logic, however, dictates otherwise. And I don't hold our government in very high regard right now. I'd love to be proven wrong...
  10. Yep. And who says breaking the ties to Russian energy cannot also promote the agenda of "end petroleum dependency" that seems to be the mantra of politicians today?
  11. The CH4 was pumped thru it to test the system for all aspects of a pipeline (leaks, strength, flow rate, etc. You wouldn't then drain the pipeline, you'd shut off the valves and leave it pressurized. The only time that would change (as regards a petroleum pipeline) is when a pig is run thru one. But for gas, the CH4 would remain pressurized (though I'm guessing to a MUCH lower pressure than normal operational of ~900 psi). Why would the US do it? To stop the flow of $$ to Russia, and perhaps to further the goal of global electrivization (my term). Why would Russia do it? Can't think of a reason. NS1 is a revenue source for them. If they wished to hurt the EU, all they had to do was stop pumping. Why destroy the "truck" that delivers the goods? The only other thing I can imagine is that it was funded by the WEF to facilitate their goals. Lord help us if it was actually that. Much worse than #1.
  12. Not really. NS2 was never used. And ask yourself... in the past 50 years, how many US gas pipelines just arbitrarily exploded under the sea? Having worked in the oil fields for a bit, I can tell you that things "happen". Absolutely. But three explosion on two pipelines that are roughly 300' deep? Not likely. Now, could NS1 have sprung a leak under 950 psi, based on its age? Possibly. But NS2 is brand new. No time damage. (Might have been pressurized, but probably not to the same pressure that gas is pumped when pipelines are in use.) IDK. Kinda skeptical. I think Biden let the cat out of the bag back in February, and now we are trying to get that wet, pissed-off cat back in the bag. All the while saying it was the Russians. How many times have we heard THAT narrative in the past 6 years???
  13. At least we are able to put this entire family of "domestic terrorists" behind bars so the American public can rest easier. America is now a safer place. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/jan-6-texas-family-of-5-prison-time/
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