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Permalink 07:25:28 am, by trebor Email , 629 words   English (US)
Categories: Markets, Views

When Did Buying "Farmed" Become Synonymous With Russian Roulette?

I must have missed that memo. Call me old fashioned? Out of date? A fool? Delusional? ...but I always thought "Farming" was a good thing.. or so it should be. And the idea that society has a high demand for some particular food product should be specifically "Farmed" to meet that demand produced by society so as not to stress nature into extinction by being unable to meet the demand?

In my disconnected view of reality to me "Farmers" are people that enjoy working in that endeavor wanting to produce high quality, nutritious and safe food products. The priority is producing good food? Yet somewhere along the way that seems to have changed and often times now the priority has become maximizing corporate quarterly profit statements it doesn't even have to resemble food? In fact not only can it no longer be actual food it can be downright poisonous and extremely unhealthy but the corporate quarterly profit statements are wonderful?

Let the buyer beware? It's Russian Roulette now. It may, or may not, be lethal? More likely just plain unhealthy and will make you sick eventually if you have enough of it. Do you feel lucky? Yes? Then put the gun to your head and pull the trigger?

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Permalink 09:48:08 am, by trebor Email , 255 words   English (US)
Categories: Markets, Views

Bottled Water: An Exercise In Insanity?

Bottled Water has to be a testimony to the power of deceptive marketing. Right up there with able to sell water to a drowning person. Once again if you let the TV and marketing educate you you will be grossly mistaken. Hurting yourself even and paying to do it!!!!!

Bottled water is often nothing but tap water.

Tap water is often cleaner than bottled water.

Tap water is highly quality control regulated bottled water is not.

Clean water is critical to our survival it should be a right not a commodity.

Bottled water bears the hidden expense of major environmental damage producing, transporting and disposing of plastic bottles that have basically only a two minute usage.

Apparently a lot of people are laboring under the delusion that advertising/marketing can not lie to them.

Bottled Water! A testimony to the perfection of making the public psyop fodder.

Bottled Water? A fool and his money are soon parted?

Bottled water is "Manufactured demand". AKA? All free clean drinking water must be destroyed as it is the enemy of bottled water profit statements....

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Permalink 01:55:27 pm, by trebor Email , 777 words   English (US)
Categories: Media, Politics, Views, Rants

... Like A Splinter In Your Mind ...

Said again in better/fuller source context:

I know *exactly* what you mean. Let me tell you why you're here. You're here because you know something. What you know you can't explain, but you feel it. You've felt it your entire life, that there's something wrong with the world. You don't know what it is, but it's there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad. It is this feeling that has brought you to me. Do you know what I'm talking about?

- Morpheus meeting Neo, Matrix I Movie

Said another way, it seems to me, "Something is wrong with that?" "It makes no sense?" "What's up with that?" "It's not adding up?" "What am I NOT understanding?" "Something is punky in Peoria?" "One can short of a six pack?" "Not hitting on all cylinders?" Or just simply "What?" And my all time favorite... "Eh?"

Maybe just a few examples might help to define it better?

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Permalink 08:47:47 am, by trebor Email , 632 words   English (US)
Categories: Views

My New E-Bike: First 500 Miles

I recently converted a 26" Mongoose full suspension bicycle to an electric Bicycle or E-Bike. You can find a write up about the conversion and a picture of the E-Bike here. Here are a few observations and reflections after the first 500+ miles of experience with the E-Bike.


It has a 750 Watt motor with a 1,200 Watt controller built in. That is 1 or 1.6 HP respectively and the battery can go over 40 miles on a full charge. The E-Bike can easily do 25+ MPH on flat level ground. That may not sound like much but here in the inner city, where I live, normal traffic has a very hard time keeping up with me and often they can not. In other words I can probably get there on my E-Bike a lot faster than you can in your car. Understand it is a "Bicycle" therefore road rules do NOT apply. No stop signs, no stop lights, no one way streets and if fact you don't even have to stay on the street!! Unlike cars rarely do I have to come to a full stop with the E-Bike and am able to constantly keep moving. Plus I can always take the shortest and most direct route to destination which may not be possible in a car. On the E-Bike I can cut straight through the park while in a car you have to go around the park.

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Permalink 06:49:27 pm, by trebor Email , 144 words   English (US)
Categories: Views

Are you up close, personal and in tight with ET? Want to Travel?

SWM retired professional looking for a woman whom has ET connections. Who personally knows Pleiadeans would be ideal as I am very tall and they are tall I would pass as a runt on their planet not raising one eyebrow. They do have eyebrows right?

It's getting real weird around here they are toasting the planet no where will be safe. Not to mention they just love war, death and destruction. I figure it's time to get off planet but I don't personally have access to a pan-dimensional intergalactic star ship. I seem to have miss placed mine and lost the keys as it were.

It would be nice to hitch a ride out of here with ET and a woman from here with me also. Anyone out there with access to those with transport wishing to do some serious long term tourism together?

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