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  1. At first, Rachel Maddow was saying those ships wouldn't get there in, they're crowing about the lack of patients? I can't, with these people...just can't.
  2. "10 days of darkness?" Also, note the ten dashes in the 2nd-to-last Q post...
  3. Is...Is the My Pillow guy "Q"? Ok, probably not...:) But seriously...For those not in the know, the leftist media and celebrity shills are having a fit over Trump giving attention to Mike Lindell of My Pillow, who turned his production towards making masks, and keeping jobs going. CNN cut away from him because he started talking about God and the Bible. The "elites" are going crazy, and getting ratio'd in return. But the twist? Go to the My Pillow website, and use the promo code "Q" for a substantial discount. It''s a Q-Pon! What an interesting coupon code for MyPillow to have right now! (Q) Not a bad discount, either. Looks like it's still working, try it for yourself: Didn't POTUS just bring the MyPillow CEO to the White House, too? What a coincidence.
  4. No conspiracy, here: "CBS News Caught Using Footage from an Italian Hospital to Describe Conditions in NYC"
  5. I didn't know that Anonymous was still a thing, and I don't know if it's connected to Q...but there's a new video that just dropped tonight targeting Bill Gates re: Coronavirus:
  6. After today's press conference, what's your current take on the 4/10 theory? "Therefore, we will be extending our guidelines to April 30, to slow the spread...Saying his earlier hope that the country could reopen by Easter was 'just an aspiration,' Trump added: 'We can expect that by June 1, we will be well on our way to recovery...'" "Trump says coronavirus 'peak in death rate' likely in 2 weeks, extends social-distancing guidelines through April 30" (Edit: it was just pointed out to me that the letters in the alphabet that correspond to 4/10/20 are "D J T"
  7. This has a nice CANTERBURY TALES ring to it. And if not the place for epics, at least a few stories to tell around the fire... And my condolences to Peter. And understood.
  8. Michael wrote: "TG, I didn't understand this. Too cryptic and I didn't feel in a "Where is Wally?" mood." Understandable, Michael. Some of this stuff is "some assembly required". Admittedly, a screen shot would have helped, and I'd have posted a screen shot, but I'm out of image space here. A picture may say a thousand words, but at the risk of 'ruining the joke" by explaining it, or sounding pedantic, I'll explain this one, anyway, for the benefit of those who, like me, may also be new to this, because it's a good example of how Q works. If you did't see it, well, I don't know if you missed a's not the biggest piece in the puzzle, but it IS interesting, to say the least. Basically, Trump emphasized "Ready Reserves." When you google that phrase, the sidebar shows a map location for Google Maps for a gun store in Texas called "Ready Reserves" on 4639 Corona Dr #64, Corpus Christi, TX 78411. READY RESERVES. CORONA Drive. The picture of the store that's featured on Google Maps is a close-up on the door, emphasizing #64. Taking that number as significant, people are going to the QMap site and searching for 64 in the posts, etc. to look for relevance. And so on...(In some ways, this reminds me of THE BIBLE CODE phenomenon of some years ago...) Maybe it's importance is as a clue for the doubters, or more intended as a secret comm, or it's nothing. But this example, in itself, is a good demonstration of how Q works, and/or how the people following Q work. (Pattern recongition, connecting the dots, etc.) Listen to the code words, think outside the box, take nothing at face-value or surface level. Look for the ambiguities, the paradoxes, the contradictions. (This latter part must be not only frustrating, but MADDENING, for Objectivists and those dedicated to scientific reasoning, who cannot deal with ambiguity. Yes, O'ism says that by the laws of physical reality, contradictions cannot exist, but this is the "man-made", and the imagination can concoct all sorts of puzzles and mind-games. And lest it seem too conspiratorial for some, an easy answer would be to point out the secrets codes used in war throughout history, and the code-breakers employed to figure them out. ENIGMA, anyone? )
  9. Hah, maybe. Just a technical glitch in trying to upload a picture, and decided not to spend time on it. The point was made already. (As for the poundage, I did factor in a limited amount of junk food in my groceries during the great stock-up. If I don't have it, I can't eat it, and can't pig out too much... Though I went through today's cookie-rations earlier than intended...but that early sugar rush had worn off by this time...) But damned if I couldn't go for another cookie, right now...
  10. More JFK Jr stuff coming up, today: JFK Jr vs. Joe Biden, 1994: "'Dear Senator Biden, You are a traitor."'Bearing the signature John F. Kennedy, Jr." F. Kennedy Jr./John F. Kennedy Jr. Part 1 of 1 JFK Jr on the LENO show, reading a poem from a 9-year old Monica Lewinsky, where she descibes herself as a pizza (think "Pizzagate"). It's disturbing, in retrospect, how she describes herself.
  11. Re: Q's line about doubting Thomas's and mocking "conspiracy theorists": ---------- "The entire world is watching. Patriots from around the world are praying for AMERICA. We are all bound by a feeling deep inside, a feeling that cannot be publicly expressed for fear of ridicule, a feeling that challenges the mainstream (narrative), against that which we are told to accept and dare not question, put simply, that people are being abused by those in power and time is running out. " ---------- Makes me think of a passage from Rand's THE ROMANTIC MANIFESTO, regarding the mocking of Romanticism in children, and how it might relate to those who rush to judge those looking into conspiracies: “His rationality is turned against him by means of a similar dichotomy: reason versus emotion. His Romantic sense of life is only a sense, an incoherent emotion which he can neither communicate nor explain nor defend. It is an intense, yet fragile emotion, painfully vulnerable to any sarcastic allegation, since he is unable to identify its real meaning. It is easy to convince a child, and particularly an adolescent, that his desire to emulate Buck Rogers is ridiculous: he knows that it isn’t exactly Buck Rogers he has in mind and yet, simultaneously, it is—he feels caught in an inner contradiction—and this confirms his desolately embarrassing feeling that he is being ridiculous. “They arrest his value-development on a primitively literal, concrete-bound level: they convince him that to be like Buck Rogers means to wear a space helmet and blast armies of Martians with a disintegrator-gun, and that he’d better give up such notions if he ever expects to make a respectable living. And they finish him off with such gems of argumentation as: ‘Buck Rogers—ha-ha!—never gets any colds in the head. Do you know any real people who never get them? Why, you had one last week. So don’t you go on imagining that you’re better than the rest of us!’” And then, Rand says something about their motives that makes me think something similar is motivating those who rush to mock and dismiss “conspiracy theorists”: “Their motive is obvious. If they actually regarded Romanticism as an “impractical fantasy,” they would feel nothing but a friendly or indifferent amusement—not the passionate resentment and uncontrollable rage which they do feel and exhibit.” Ayn Rand. The Romantic Manifesto (Kindle Locations 2190-2191). Signet. Kindle Edition This could apply both to the attitudes towards both the real and the "woo" conspiracies. With stuff like aliens or time-travel, as Rand says of "impractical fantasies", they might "feel nothing but a friendly or indifferent amusement". But with the plausible policial conspiracies, one is more likely to get "the passionate resentment and uncontrollable rage which they do feel and exhibit."
  12. Ayn Rand's 1957 novel, ATLAS SHRUGGED, contained a counter-conspiracy involving a radio speech given by a man who vowed "to stop the motor of the world." On March 28, 2020, we have this speech dropped by the counter-conspiracy known as "Q", via the internet... "The entire world is watching. Patriots from around the world are praying for AMERICA. We are all bound by a feeling deep inside, a feeling that cannot be publicly expressed for fear of ridicule, a feeling that challenges the mainstream (narrative), against that which we are told to accept and dare not question, put simply, that people are being abused by those in power and time is running out. " Read the entire drop here: Many have criticized Rand for Galt's speech being too long to hold people's attention, and too unfilmable for a movie. But whatever else one may think about "Q", you gotta admit, they figured a way around all that...
  13. Trump just said "ready reserves" "those are two big words" and then repeated it "ready reserves". Go google "Ready Reserves". Look at Google Maps. Look at the address. #64