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3 hours ago, Jules Troy said:

Well on the bright side he can always fire up his tv show again...although this is far more entertaining..in a painful way...

We will tell our Grandchildren that we saw this live!

We can tell our grandchildren that this man, MSK , predicted not only the first one, but the second one too!

Congratulations President Trump! 

You did it without any ground game, both times! 

Ayn Rand would have loved this, her very own John Galt, taking the Presidency, twice, maybe thrice!

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"Don't worry; we'll pick up the slack." It's...strange. When Trump first ran, I was not a fan of his, for a few reasons. But then I saw the over-reactions from others turn into TDS. I started to se

Michael, everyone, Notice, too, the Pence-Ryan email exchange linked to from the letter: https://files.constantcontact.com/899f3f04701/106dc3d3-c645-4215-bdd3-addad65bade2.pdf Ellen

Have you guys been watching the press trying to frame President Trump with the white supremacy thing? Let's start with the end first, then look at the idiot press. Here is just one compilation am

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On 12/30/2020 at 2:29 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Kevin Freeman: Well can you tell us just a little of your background? I mean it's so impressive, with all the patents and everything that you've received. Tell us a little of your background in technology and also in making things simple. 

Jovan Hutton Pulitzer: Now don't get thrown when I say this, because when you look at me I'm a nerd. I'm hiding out in a biker's body so don't get thrown by that because I don't look like your typical nerd. But I'm actually one of the most granite??? patent authors, not only the united states but in the world. 

And most people know me for what's called scan-connect, scan-commerce, or scan-the-tech platforms. And that's where, when you use your mobile phone, you actually scan a barcode or you scan a Q-Code and it loads up on your phone. Or now you track any product by it or you see it on any grocery store shelf. I'm the fellow that created that platform--originally called CRQ, "See Our Cube," and shortened to Q-Code. And now it's on... about 12 billion devices around the globe can do it. 

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And so, here's a good example. When you now go to an airport and you don't use a boarding pass and the code's on your phone and you do it, that's me. That was a very simple explanation. When you now go through toll tags and you no longer have to roll down your window and chunk the change and don't hit the brick wall, but it now records the transaction and dings your card or your shopping cart, that's me

Old days when we had computers and we finally looked at phone and it would look wonky but now it adjusts, that's me. So I have a deep history in making this stuff work, but also explaining it. 

That appears to be a special kind of hyperbole, if not this kind:

The Curse of Oak Island: Pulitzer Reveals Theory (S2, E3) | History - YouTube

On 12/30/2020 at 2:29 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

[Further quoting Pulitzer] And it's a real simple fact to prove that there was massive fraud in this election. 

"That's me" ... seems to be a reference to one of his inventions and history as an investor and promoter. His CueCat was a QR-code scanner that plugged into your computer. 

I think this guy is not exactly as presented. He is not answering questions about the 'hack' of the poll pad that he reported. Since he didn't actually demonstrate anything about the "hack," it's somewhat surprising to see some people skipping over the 'research' part of evaluating the value of his efforts  ...

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4 minutes ago, Mark said:

I spoke too soon.

It used to be that if you searched for
... ayn rand iraq war
or even
... "ayn rand" "iraq war"
one of my Iraq War articles would be number one. No longer. It's not among the first 30 and I lost patience checking further. Ditto for lots of other subjects.

Some aren't so bad. "carl barney" used to be number two, now it's six. "richard minns" used to be number two, now it's five.

Mark,

I used to play this (but for Internet marketing, not for OL).

You would not believe the sheer amount of keyword tools I own and SEO (search engine optimization) courses I have gone through. And to what avail? Setting aside Google's icky politics, Google keeps changing its algorithm to beat spammers.

But Google got lost in its own contradiction. In order to beat search results manipulators, it became the worst search results manipulator of them all.

Google has size, but not quality or consistency.

I have concluded that the the best approach for good SEO is a shotgun approach, not a sniper approach. I don't even bother checking results anymore.

In practice, this means make sure a core group of related keywords are used on a page. You can get them from most any decent keyword tool. Then do some interlinking between pages on the site. Get some backlinks using the main keyword added to a couple other keywords from the core group (featuring the keywords on both ends if possible, but no biggie if not). Try to get backlinks from different kinds of sites (blogs, forums, social media, articles, news, comments to the content of others, etc.).

After the initial burst of activity, make sure at least every two or three months, a new backlink happens. All this should keep the page somewhere on the first two pages of Google for a long time.

Oh... and the worst thing of all to do, but it has to be done. Make sure no really "bad site" according to Google is linking to yours or you are linking to it (white power, guns, porn, gambling, etc.).

I don't bother backlinking to backlink sites. 

Once you do all that, forget about it. Check Google if you want, but it's a time-waster. It's good only for a serotonin-dopamine hit (Look where I am! :) ). It's far better to do another article or piece of content.

Besides, there are so many other ways to get massive free traffic these days (Pinterest, TikTok if you don't mind the Chinese surveillance, YouTube and other video sites, getting the attention of a celebrity who links to your site, and so on), not to mention paid ads linked directly or to funnels, it's a fool's errand to rely on Google. Especially if Google goes under due to antitrust cases or Section 230 revocation.

After years of study and effort, those are my conclusions about SEO. I can't get those hours of my life back. But I can avoid wasting more.

Michael

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19 minutes ago, william.scherk said:

I think this guy is not exactly as presented. He is not answering questions about the 'hack' of the poll pad that he reported. Since he didn't actually demonstrate anything about the "hack," it's somewhat surprising to see some people skipping over the 'research' part of evaluating the value of his efforts  ...

William,

Ain't gonna work.

Trying to paint him as a Christian fruitcake means nothing to his patents.

And then there's military intelligence verification and all...

:) 

Michael

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14 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Trying to paint him as a Christian fruitcake...

Speaking of which, there is this.

This has caused quite a stir, considering all the derision. I wonder what people are worried about.

:)  

Here is an article from Mike Adams about that. 

Situation Update, Dec. 31st – Game-changing bombshells to be unveiled before Congress on January 6

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Trump quietly extended Executive Order 13818 for one year. What I failed to fully explain in the podcast, due to time limitations, is that this executive order allows the government to bring serious charges and punishments against individuals who are engaged in human rights abuses, which includes pedophilia.

As of today, with a tweet from attorney Lin Wood, we now know that Jeffrey Epstein is alive. Epstein has all the knowledge of the pedophiles in the US Senate and in positions of governorships (as well as SCOTUS, involving Roberts). If Epstein is alive, it means Trump protected him from being killed, and it also means Trump has Epstein’s cooperation to testify against deep state pedophiles.

What if, on January 6th, Trump addresses Congress and reveals that Epstein is alive and is going to testify against all the senators and House members who are pedophiles, and that Trump is going to bring the full force of Executive Order 13818 against those who were complicit in pedophilia or the trafficking of children? That would be a game changer. We could theoretically see 100+ members of Congress resign if that information were revealed.

We don’t know whether this is the real plan, but it’s one possibility. Why did Trump extend EO 13818 for a full year if Trump were planning on leaving the White House on January 20th? Clearly, he’s not planning on leaving. He’s planning, in fact, on prosecuting the traitors.

Hat tip to my offline friend. :) 

I don't know that Epstein is alive. I only know Lin said it. That gives it a different weight than if I said it.

And I also know this possibility is making lots of people sweat bullets.

True or not, I am going to enter 2021 surfing on the good vibes from that thought.

Peace on earth and good will toward men (except pedophiles).

:)

Michael

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8 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Speaking of which, there is this.

This has caused quite a stir, considering all the derision. I wonder what people are worried about.

:)  

Here is an article from Mike Adams about that. 

Situation Update, Dec. 31st – Game-changing bombshells to be unveiled before Congress on January 6

Hat tip to my offline friend. :) 

I don't know that Epstein is alive. I only know Lin said it. That gives it a different weight than if I said it.

And I also know this possibility is making lots of people sweat bullets.

True or not, I am going to enter 2021 surfing on the good vibes from that thought.

Peace on earth and good will toward men (except pedophiles).

:)

Michael

Bill and Hillary, ya think they may flip? 

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3 hours ago, william.scherk said:

"That's me" ... seems to be a reference to one of his inventions and history as an investor and promoter. His CueCat was a QR-code scanner that plugged into your computer. 

I think this guy is not exactly as presented. He is not answering questions about the 'hack' of the poll pad that he reported. Since he didn't actually demonstrate anything about the "hack," it's somewhat surprising to see some people skipping over the 'research' part of evaluating the value of his efforts  ...

William,

You probably should do a little more research before you dismiss someone like that.

Granted, the following bio was mounted by Jovan or his people, so the text slants toward him, but the 700+ sources were merely compiled by him. They were not written by him. They exist.

Official Jovan Hutton Pulitzer Bio

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This professional biography has been assembled exclusively using national third party cited references per Wikipedia Standards.  The over 700 cited 3rd party sources utilized to electronically assemble this professional biography include:  Wikipedia, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Academia.edu, Security & Exchange Commission, NASDAQ, Patent Genius, IP Watchdog, History.com, CNET, AdAge, Broadcasting and Cable Magazine, Forbes, Newsweek, Business Insider, Amazon, Dallas Morning News, Bloomberg News, The Guardian, Investopedia, Washington Post, PC World, Yahoo News, Yahoo Finance, Tech Times Magazine, USA Today, Poynter.org, Fortune Magazine,  Business Journal, LA Times,  Harvard Business Journal, Clickz, Geek.com, Wired Magazine, BrightHub, Mashable, Gizmodo, CalTech, HighBeam, NY Post, Silicon Investor, Verison.com, Media Post, Smithsonian, CW Honors, WebCitation, Macworld, Google Books, United States Patent and Trademark Office, Google Patents, RPX Corp, Apple.com, The Verge, PC World, The Telegraph UK, Variety, New Yorker Magazine, People Magazine, AOL, New Yorker Magazine, Chronicle Herald, ZDNet, Cato.org, Daily Mail UK, The Boston Standard, Free Library and other known media outlets.

There's a list with hyperlinks printed on that page, too.

I actually applaud Jovan's efforts to get his facts out there in the public on his own. God knows he cannot trust the fake news media culture to do anything but distort. Including this: they always do what you just did. They cherry pick something, put a spin to it, then claim or imply that's all there is.

You yourself know better than to pull that crap on me.

But that doesn't bother me so much. OL readers in general do not take spin at face value. So whatever.

My real concern is the following:

BREAKING BIG: Jovan Pulitzer says Georgia Called in Trucks to Get Rid of the Evidence in Fulton County He is Supposed to be Scanning! (VIDEO)

Lying to Congress, even a State Congress is a crime.

But destroying evidence takes the crime to a whole new parameter.

It's a shame the people on your side believe this kind of cheating is the only way they can get power. It shows that they themselves know the people don't want them.

Michael

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On 12/30/2020 at 11:02 AM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Missouri Senator Josh Hawley announced on Wednesday that he will object to the certification process on January 6th.

The swamp is not happy.

They wanted to intimidate Josh Hawley.

But then, this happened.

McConnell Held Conference Call with GOP Senators to Press Josh Hawley on Why He is Challenging the Fraudulent Election — Hawley Skips Call

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell held a conference call on Thursday with GOP Senators. The purpose of the call was to press Josh Hawley on why he would stand up to the stolen 2020 presidential election.

Hawley skipped the call.

:)

Michael

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11 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Speaking of which, there is this.

This has caused quite a stir, considering all the derision. I wonder what people are worried about.

:)  

Here is an article from Mike Adams about that. 

Situation Update, Dec. 31st – Game-changing bombshells to be unveiled before Congress on January 6

Hat tip to my offline friend. :) 

I don't know that Epstein is alive. I only know Lin said it. That gives it a different weight than if I said it.

And I also know this possibility is making lots of people sweat bullets.

True or not, I am going to enter 2021 surfing on the good vibes from that thought.

Peace on earth and good will toward men (except pedophiles).

:)

Michael

Pedos are not curable, they are monsters that are deserving a bullet.

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47 minutes ago, Jules Troy said:

Pedos are not curable, they are monsters that are deserving a bullet.

What do they deserve when they are in great positions of power, and go to private islands to do what they do, with no escape for their victims?

Then they continue to tell us how to live our lives.

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1 hour ago, Marc said:

What do they deserve when they are in great positions of power, and go to private islands to do what they do, with no escape for their victims?

Then they continue to tell us how to live our lives.

Flailing, then a bullet.

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13 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

The swamp is not happy.

They wanted to intimidate Josh Hawley.

But then, this happened.

McConnell Held Conference Call with GOP Senators to Press Josh Hawley on Why He is Challenging the Fraudulent Election — Hawley Skips Call

:)

Michael

Later, Senator Hawley issued a statement to them.

Here's just the image.

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:)

Michael

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By now, everybody knows more Senators are on board with challenging electors on Jan. 6. And VP Mike Pence said he will welcome challenges. So this will definitely happen. And if the Senate Republicans hold firm after each 2 hour debate, it looks like the election will be thrown to a contingent election (since, as I understand it, the challenged electors would need both House and Senate to approve them).

If that happens, that basically means President Trump will be reelected in the House in the Contingent Election (1 vote per state, not 1 vote per Representative).

So please look at the following message as feedback, not weakness. It's happening. And it will be far better for the country for this procedural way to work rather than military intervention.

:)

Michael

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Trump should be urging his supporters to write their two senators and one representative rather than urging them to waste their time attending another rally.

I hope all this ends well but Trump's ceaseless promises do not inspire confidence.

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2 minutes ago, Mark said:

I hope all this ends well but Trump's ceaseless promises do not inspire confidence.

Mark,

They inspire confidence in me. And I bet they inspire confidence in all who will show up. (God, I wish I could go.)

Meanwhile, this is happening in Georgia.

I think the bad guys, without realizing it, are running out their own clock. When the pounce happens, it will be too late for them to do things like this.

Michael

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btw - The reason for the rallies and court cases and all the rest are not lame attempts by President Trump to hang onto power.

They are to clarify things to the general public and allow them to see with their own eyes.

I received the following image in an email. (I think it was from an ad for the AS movie, Part 3, since I chopped off a part talking about it coming to theaters.)

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President Trump has been making people see the election fraud despite the public's decision not to see it. And more and more people are seeing it--all you need to do is look at what they are saying. But here's the rub right now. As they are seeing the fraud despite preferring not to, they are also seeing the propaganda and suppression campaign for them not to. And it's pissing them off.

Don't forget, President Trump still has that report on foreign interference in US elections that never materialized for the public. But is there any doubt it materialized for him? :) 

God knows what else he has up his sleeve.

With a public that generally believes the election was fraudulent, it will be far easier to nail the bad guys and have the public accept the results, even if those results change everything they believe about how the election was going to turn out in the end.

Michael

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6 hours ago, Mark said:

Trump should be urging his supporters to write their two senators and one representative rather than urging them to waste their time attending another rally.

I hope all this ends well but Trump's ceaseless promises do not inspire confidence.

My President inspires the greatest confidence that I have ever felt in my life, fellow Mark!

And I'm a pretty confident man.

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10 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

[I]f the Senate Republicans hold firm after each 2 hour debate, it looks like the election will be thrown to a contingent election (since, as I understand it, the challenged electors would need both House and Senate to approve them).

As I understand it, each objection is voted on by each full chamber.

If, say, a Gaetz/Cruz objection to eg, Arizona is presented and accepted, the tabulation stops and the Joint Session adjourns while the House and Senate each debate separately.  If both the Senate and the House do not sustain the objection by majority vote, both bodies reassemble together in the Senate chamber and the Arizona certificates of votes are added to the tally.

Both bodies must independently affirm the objection by a majority vote.

10 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

If that happens, that basically means President Trump will be reelected in the House in the Contingent Election (1 vote per state, not 1 vote per Representative).

You write "the challenged electors would need both House and Senate to approve them." That's right, as I understand it.  And if, say, a Gaetz/Cruz objection fails to pass the full Senate and the full House ... 

 

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23 minutes ago, william.scherk said:

Both bodies must independently affirm the objection by a majority vote.

William,

At first I thought this was the case due to the way they write about it at Wikipedia and other places on the Internet.

But the more I looked into it and read about it, the more in doubt I got, especially about exceptions.

This is one I will not defend or affirm with certainty.

The only thing I am certain about is that this will be carried out with the incoming Congress, not the outgoing one.

At any rate, we will soon know something.

:) 

Michael

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2 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
3 hours ago, william.scherk said:

Both bodies must independently affirm the objection by a majority vote.

At first I thought this was the case due to the way they write about it at Wikipedia and other places on the Internet. [...] This is one I will not defend or affirm with certainty.

Here is something from backstage in the House.  If Guy Benson is to be trusted, there is dissent among the GOP. 

On the record so far as intending to vote against affirming objections: Murkowski, Toomey, Romney, Sasse, Collins, Capito, Wicker and Burr. If you count in McConnell, that's nine. 

The Democrats will have 48 nay votes. The Democrats plus the turncoat nine is 57.  57 nay votes on an objection is ...

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I think it is a two step process or multipronged procedure . Sustained objections would result in throwing out slates of electors. If enough electors aren’t added to the count and neither candidate receives 270 , it is then a contested election that needs to be resolved in the House .

Each chamber would recess for two hours for each(?) objection to debate , maximum five minutes for every member, not sure how that math works out for speaking time per member and a limit of two hours . But what I haven’t seen is any discussion as to what the members can speak to , just the merits of the submitted objection, will evidence be submitted ? Probably has to do with rules of each chamber , but some players really don’t want these objections being “played” out in chambers , you know to save democracy and stuff.

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35 minutes ago, william.scherk said:

Here is something from backstage in the House.

William,

What a glorious day it is that you--you of all people, Carol's dream man--are quoting one of the biggest neocon warmongers in government, Liz Cheney (daughter of Darth Vader himself), to make a point.

:evil: 

Go on and advocate for keeping those endless war for profit people in power. Out of all the constitutional experts out there--both in the mainstream and out, there are no better sources on earth about valid election procedures than hardcore warmongering neocons, huh?

Wanna nother Arab Spring? Wanna nother human slave market in Libya? Wanna nother ISIS Caliphate ritualistically cutting the throats of humans and burning them alive on video?

Hell, the neocons are ready to rock and roll. And don't forget the drones and bombs.

But wait, there's more!

There's gravy.

 

Do you know what Canada and the USA need?

What Canada and the USA need is...

wait for it...

wait for it...

drum roll....

 

 

What Canada and the USA need is...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More China...

 

 

:evil: 

Michael

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