Wednesday, September 25, 2019

misdirection wins 2


MISDIRECTION WINS 2
Humans are really not much better than trained monkeys. The difference is that unlike monkey's, we know we are being manipulated. But like monkey's we are still controlled. Any time you get too busy patting yourself on the back in a congratulatory manner thinking your fecal emissions have no odor, just remember that you are a meat puppet with a guys arm up your ass. Not very smart now, are you? Hell, that dumb ass blond you married is still smarter than you, shaking her money maker and controlling you like a prison bitch. The elite are smarter than your wife.
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The population is comprised of two camps. Those that could give a crap or are too stupid to give a crap, and those that give a crap. Both are easily controlled. Obamma could have gone on national TV and confessed he was a Habeeb from Africa and he was going to kill all cracker honkey mo-fo's, and the results would have been the same as if he were talking about industrial production in Vietnam. Half would swoon over his greatness and the other half would be praying for Baby Jesus to smite this devil. Even if you knew he was just the elites mouth piece, you still would have acted just like they wanted you to.
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The Straights Of Hormuz almost shutting down bothered nobody. Saudi Arabia losing half their oil bothered nobody ( except a few freaks like myself who acted predictably and started looking up for pieces of falling sky ). Whatever they want to happen and whoever is behind it, we simply go about our business of being herded as usual.
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We either stay in place, clinging ever more solidly to our ever less secure employment, in which case we die in the population centers from Diversity crowds as they complain at their Food Stamps not being replenished as transportation breaks down, or we scurry away in fright-also according to plan-to the rural areas about to be abandoned. The elites hate White Male Deplorables. They also hate the Diversity crowd. For being themselves, bitches or faggots or Colored or camel jockey's or whatever. Frankly, they just hate everyone not themselves. But your enemies list always has to start with someone and we Deplorables drew the short straw.
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We HAD the wealth and we ( now ) have the guns. Don't congratulate yourself just yet on being armed. Military victory is assured not by bullets but by logistics. If guns alone were what mattered, the worlds armies would have never been predominately poor conscripts. The elites do not actually care if you are armed. You cannot touch them, without controlling the energy ( hence transport, hence food ). They are using guns as a hot button to control you. Threaten the guns, watch monkey jump screeching, scampering away into the jungle leaving you alone ( and to be clear, I know I myself am also a monkey ).
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We cash in the last of our accumulated wealth to arm up and move from behind enemy lines ( John has a long mustache, the chair is against the wall ). Both parties are happy. You are protected and they have your money. But you are also distracted from the far more important aspect of energy. It is going on right before your eyes, and you are so well misdirected that you couldn't care less. Your only reaction ( and mine ) is to hurry up and order more guns and gun accessories before the shipping costs increase.
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But remember what I said about the elites assassination program. This is where Red Flag Laws come into effect. It is the ultimate divide and conquer, one idiot at a time cornered and picked off and left to die, the others unable or unwilling to help. Am I being hyperbolic, stating that Red Flag laws will lead to killing off gun owners? I don't think so. All it takes is for the program to pick up speed, more and more guns being taken, before someone starts fighting back, treating a Red Flag raid the same as if it were a raid after a general complete gun ban.
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This would follow once it became general knowledge that it was nearly impossible to overturn a court decision, that the guns were gone for good and that no one got their rights restored. At that point, wouldn't an individual fight back so that their guns weren't forever banned? One would imagine this first happened in those higher danger areas, such as a Deplorable still being silly enough to live in a high Diversity area, knowing being unarmed would make them a target. Once gun owners start fighting back, it is SWAT open season on “suspects”.
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Those “cooperating” with the program fight back and are cut down. Those silly enough to surrender are “arrested”. In actuality they are shot and buried. Officially, they were detained in an undisclosed federal facility holding terrorists. Indefinite detention, undisclosed location, meaning if you die no one ever finds out. It is a turd world banana republic “disappearing”. Held indefinitely without charges is ALREADY law. Red Flag laws are being passed quicker than Shrub was elected after the hanging chads.
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But it won't JUST be someone fighting back that triggers these events. Right now, armed opposition just means more states pass similar laws and more departments are funded extra by Homeland Security. There has to be a impetus behind ratcheting up the general lethal index. I contend that will be a general reduction of energy, most likely following the availability of oil. Right now, the elites profit off of our deaths. They profit off of our conflict. They gain strategically as we relocate to isolated soon to be lacking transport fuel areas. When they start eliminating bodies wholesale is when energy supplies seriously contract.
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They already hate and fear us. They only need an excuse to let slip the dogs of war. Or, in this case, the four horsemen. I don't think it will be disease, even though Congolese immigrants shipped in at great expense lead credence to the theory. No, it is safer and simpler to cut off food and fuel. We keep talking about this. Detailing the effected areas and unraveling events is not the point here. ENERGY, more specifically oil, is the point here. Oil is their weapon and their excuse. And yet, we sit staring at each other blankly, numbly counting our high capacity magazines and rounds. Global dynamics of oil distribution are changing right now. And we could care less. Strange.
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note: as soon as I open my mouth, diesel jumps in price locally almost 4%.  Back above unleaded.  If it keeps climbing, without a rise from regular, I'd hazard a guess the unsold in tanker crude cushion is over.  Then...
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46 comments:

  1. Jim. Always enlightening and scary (motivating). So stay put=bad. Retreat (go rural)=bad. Fight now=bad. Fight later=bad(won't matter).
    So what's an awake, motivated dissident to do, then?
    Serious question. Fortifying life areas, making those areas exposed more durable, relocation exploration, stocking up. All are underway. But the tea leaves (and my trusted blog roll) are not giving me clear directions. I'm looking for actionable guidance...thanks for all you do.

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    1. You are picking a Less Evil. Every move has repercussions. Pick the least objectionable. Me? If I was in the bigger city ( I don't like the size of where I'm at but it will do ) I'd be freaking out right now. Yes, it could be a false alarm, but no, I wouldn't take that chance. Lizard Brain is telling me this is the big economic meltdown. I know it is easy for me to spew advice when it is your money, but do recall I just turned 2/3 of my savings into assets. I'm not JUST blowing unicorn sprinkles out of my ass. Don't do stupid crap, like maxing out credit cards and quitting the job on bad terms, don't burn any bridges, but I would say definitely act now before it is too late. I'm always happy to answer any questions personally by e-mail if you so desire.

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    2. Be SLY guys. Prep like a devoted monk, as well as playing the semi functioning systems and society like a fiddle for your own program of preps and survivalism. They all game the system too yo.

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    3. MossOak,

      My choices:
      Stand on one chunk of dirt.
      Garden on that one chunk of dirt.
      Defend that one chunk of dirt.
      Hope the weather cooperates this time.
      Hope the drought / flood isn't too bad this time.
      Hope nobody with bigger meaner numbers notices me.
      Pay all the taxes / tribute to TheGovernmentAgents so I can continue to 'own' my one chunk of dirt.

      Or...

      Get a boat.
      Join with like-minded boaters.
      Go beyond the horizon.
      Enjoy an isolated beach.
      Eat healthy from the bounty of the sea and shores.
      And hope the weather cooperates.
      And be invisible to TheGovernmentAgents.
      But, mostly, enjoy an isolated beach.

      So many choices!

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    4. Coast Guard collectors of tribute?

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  2. "We scurry away in fright-also according to plan-to the rural areas about to be abandoned."

    Are the rural areas going to be abandoned because most people there live on welfare and food stamps?

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    1. I think that is just a bonus. No, abandoned due to logistics and shrinking energy availability. The elite pulling into a smaller footprint.

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    2. I live in a very rural area. Recently a nearby town did not have landline phone or DSL internet for a month! Cell phones only work in a few areas there.

      As time goes on the utilities out here work worse and worse. I'm wondering if at some point the communications corporations will stop repairing equipment in rural areas.

      Right now legally they have to maintain landline phone service but laws could change....

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    3. Oh, I've little doubt the corporations will change the law to make themselves more hooker and blow money. A month! Damn!

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    4. Learn it, live it girls. There were advertisements on zero hedge from Generac generator manufacturing company that frankly was like a 1950s factoid ad for cold war preps. It was about public safety power interuptions are here! It is baked into the cake. They will roll a blackout for a 10 to 15 day stretch that burns up cabinet food and grungy gas can fuel. Post a certain threshold, it all folds up like a lawn chair. Got wheat?

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    5. Now I've got to see if I can find that ad. You have poked my interest.

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    6. For that communications capability, several options come to mind:
      - There's a 'mesh app' that allow nearby phones to use Bluetooth to connect with each other. Essentially, you make your call, by leaping from one Bluetooth connection to another, until you get to your desired party. Crude, and slow, but - not under government's thumb. Dissidents in dense areas are using it effectively - not so good for rurual residents - yet.
      - Ham radio. Yes, the FCC clamps down on rogue operators - however, in all fairness, some of those rogues act like assholes, jamming up the airwaves for the rest of us. Whether you choose to work within the system or not, you can learn a lot by joining a local club, and hanging around.
      - Sat Phones - VERY pricey, and not feasible for most people. However, they work well in remote locations, and the cell minutes can be bought in the form of a renewable card

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  3. My financial advisor on the east coast yesterday was quite helpful until I asked about gold & silver, asset protection and wealth tax proposals, and the difference between traditional and Roth IRAs versus the thing known as a 401k. At this point she asked me if I was anticipating Doomsday, to which I replied words to the effect: "Being positive each day without ignoring the worst possibilities and attempting to insulate oneself and family is simply smart planning."

    So the author here always delights as he examines the structure and its weak points, which to me is really the animal called man's greed.

    Natural disasters, acts of war, economics, and political violence can trigger armageddon and the Doomsday Theorists can at that point say "We said so."

    Not having read these pages for more than two to three weeks, I have many questions -- not about the merits of frugal preparedness, which deserves very high marks-- but about a few theories, such as Peak Oil. I cannot get any outside agreement on this, and the supply numbers show that my sons and daughter need be worried. The other thing is "Population is threatening survival, and we won't be able to feed everyone."

    I would suggest reading Steven W. Mosher's "Population Control: Real Costs, Illusory Benefits:" You can fit all humans in the world in the state of Texas; population is actually imploding and countries that have been at 2.0 or less fertility rates for decades will have the most problems economically, especially "one child policy, China," the biggest offender.

    Mosher is, to me, sounds a little bit like Milton Friedman who trusts that people and markets left to their own devices will solve problems, and this is no different in the field of energy. When we abort millions of children we are a) undermining economic growth and not the opposite, which is draining economic resources, and b) we are eliminating minds, backs, and souls that might be part of the solution.

    This is how I remember some of the book, read years ago. Also, I am not coming from any religious point of view by making these comments. Also, I came across some suggestions that the planet is in danger of global warming. Again, I would say that I'm not buying in on that; the crazy-eyed socialists want me to subscribe to that in order to undermine capitalism; I won't.

    Still, I find the posts fascinating to read. The real danger is the absolute ignorance of the populace, world wide, as they empower the "Dr. No" (was he a bad guy in a James Bond film?) and any other psychopath found in American popular culture for the past 60 years.

    So, yeah, contribute $ here but challenge some underlying assertions.

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    1. To buy into the overpopulation theory you have to buy into the Peak Oil theory. To me, it isn't a theory, but fact. But, I understand where other people are coming from. M King Hubbert called US Peak Oil in the 1950's. He was off by maybe one year, 1971. His guess for global Peak ( complicated by iffy production numbers ) was 2000. His disciples called global peak, with more up to date numbers, as 2005. Not 2040 like the bastards at WikiPedia say ( I still shoot them $5 a year during their fund raising because they are a decent source of info as long as you keep their politics in mind ). Looking back at the figures, that is the year CONVENTIONAL oil did in fact peak. People are now willfully confusing volume with yield. To discount Peak Oil, you must believe unconventional fuel ( deep well, Arctic, tar sands, Venezuela, fracking ) will save us, and last forever. It is a lot harder to find PO info out there now. I believe there is as concentrated an effort to suppress PO as there is to push Gore Warming. One proof? Amazon. Almost as hard to find PO books as books on White Nationalism. Try this one on for size:
      http://crudeoilpeak.info/world-crude-production-outside-us-and-iraq-is-flat-since-2005
      There are many others, just beware than even using DuckDuckGo instead of Google, most is propaganda designed to lull us to sleep. Just like Gore Warming hides solar cycles.

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    2. Even though I digressed here, you are frighteningly accurate about the Red Flag Laws and the almost predictable abuse. NRA sent me an email today for two t-shirts, "I am the NRA; not a terrorist." The other says "Come and Take It." Who wants to draw that attention to themselves today? If the Left could get away with it they would pass a Red Cap Law designed to report anyone for wearing a MAGA cap. I admire the people who do promote Trump and guns on their clothing, but I live by the saying, "If you go looking for trouble, you're going to find it." Thanks for raising the alert level here.

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    3. If we had more Useful Idiots on our side, like the commies have Sky Screamers and drag queens and actors going Full Retard whenever they open their mouth, we wouldn't be in this mess. But no, I won't wear red hats or gun shirts either. See what I mean about intelligence being a liability in the future, survival wise?

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    4. Yes. Correct on every angle, Gents. The nuts and bolts, brass tacks, of the issue on an arising of an onerous or flagrant law/staute/rule/etc that violates a base-deep cultural stipulation, there is problems. It will play out like a bad hand of poker, only the suck part is it will be a usurption of thy castle unannounced. And/or a transaction going very awry on the side of a road, all with small arms and very strong convictions. Scratch the dirt wherever the hell one holds a line. That simple.

      Stay Frosty.

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    5. If they bring in red flag laws you need to be flooding them with concerns about communists

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    6. The problem is that communism is now legal here.

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    7. 6:21-as they say over at Western Rifle, you're not allowed to vote your way out of Clown World. And the soap box is quasi-illegal. What box is now left to us? Anyone? Bueller?

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    8. Pilgrim,

      Should that read "...abort millions of [Caucasian] children..."?

      Northern Europeans evolved with long-term planning to survive the chilly season. Limited resources limited the numbers of folks surviving through springtime in Berlin and Belfast. Peaceable trading and rendezvous run deep in our DNA.

      Tropical folks had year-round food, so short-term or zero planning fit their evolution. Hence, pop 'em out like crazy to out-breed the Other Tribes. Extermination of competitors dominates their DNA.

      Of course, this ignores the accomplishments of TheEmpireOfZimbabwe, what with flying pyramids and all.

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    9. Our magical forever fracking oil wells will defeat the flying pyramids! Tech Forever!

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  4. Thanks, Jim. I assume the peak is for a normal distribution which means that when we reach the peak we have the same time to reach bottom as the time it took to reach the peak. This may be wrong on my part. The curve might be negatively skewed which would show a more drastic decline in a shorter time from the peak. I really do not know. I did read some discussions about the impoverishment of natural resources from a scientific point of view, but the non-impoverishment of energy as an economic entity. Thanks for introducing this topic. As far as Gore Global Warming, man made Climate Change, I won't ever subscribe to them, but those current Green Revolution subscribers would like nothing better to End The World As We Know It by killing all forms of fossil fuels. They are a bigger threat to us than Peak Oil is. Oh, and they want to shrink the population at the same time. I really can't help out on this but I have referenced an expert, Mosher, who destroys all of them, and wins huge battles agains the UN and it's evil agendas. I'm sure they would like for him to disappear. www.pop.org.

    From the book:

    "There is no workable demographic definition of "overpopulation." Those who argue for its premises conjure up images of poverty--low incomes, poor health, unemployment, malnutrition, overcrowded housing to justify anti-natal programs. The irony is that such policies have in many ways caused what they predicted--a world which is poorer materially, less diverse culturally, less advanced economically, and plagued by disease. The population controllers have not only studiously ignored mounting evidence of their multiple failures; they have avoided the biggest story of them all. Fertility rates are in free fall around the globe."

    https://www.amazon.com/Population-Control-Costs-Illusory-Benefits/dp/1412807123/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=population+control+by+mosher&qid=1569431435&s=gateway&sr=8-3

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    1. A bell curve does not mean an equal time to decline as it did to grow. Simply, you are supporting more oil use at the top of the peak, as oil supply declines. When you have a half billion cars on the road, that uses far more oil than when you were building your first few million a century ago. You have far more building to heat and cool. Literally billions more mouths to feed than were around at the beginning of the Oil Age. I would suggest you read up on the Olduvai Theory:
      http://dieoff.com/page125.htm
      It is simply drawing to its logical conclusion the fact that per capita energy use peaked in 1979.

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    2. For review, the only supporting element that underpins the house of cards is eroi oil and a perpetual growth paradigm. That is toast. I do hope it is slow and I live through it, but the simple mathematics are not there. Billions of humans of any and all stripes will rape resources as consumption is math too. I flush twice just because: the resource is there, cheap, plentiful, and I BEHOLD the power. I am doing my part, step up folks. Enjoy the collapse.

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    3. You know who else grasped simple math and was persecuted for it? Our boy, Malthus. Math is no speedbump for greed, hubris and laziness.

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  5. More happy news Jim. The proverbial rock and a hard place. I will stick with the boonies though over population centers. In the city if the violence doesn’t get you first the disease, starvation and lack of water will shortly. Barring violence I could hold out quite a while out here in the sticks. I don’t have 10 years worth but I could get a couple more birthdays under my belt.

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    1. Not trying to poo-pah the better path of rural life, just pointing out weaknesses in the strategy one needs to be aware of.

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  6. I am back at the land and beginning my next project. I am going to start digging my pond. With your expert knowledge and experience, digging huge holes by hand, I'm offering you the opportunity of a lifetime. Get out of the cold cruel desert for the winter and enjoy the woods. Room and board will be provided, a craptastic hovel and wheat to eat. Also some beans and rice and acorn flour. I will be leaving just before Thanksgiving, to work, and won't return till spring. Please dig every day. Ha.
    This really is a joke but I wonder if I could find someone who is so fed up that they would consider some kind of arrangement to live on my land for free and help me for a fair share.

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    1. Good luck with that, seriously. Even those with good work ethics don't want to be worked like a Farm Implement

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    2. It's a shame you're on the other side of the planet, literally. Or is it that I'm on the other side?

      If you dig far enough I might be able to meet you half way (or you might end up in a Chinese re-education camp).

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      your land, your pond

      Here in Oregon, 'causing a pond' is a capital offense.

      In Josephine County, a gent dug a pond, then ended up in prison for it until he died.

      The millennials take their 'Gaia love' very serious.
      Who are all TheGovernmentAgents these days?
      The millennials.
      You can recognize them by their complete utter lack of real-world experience... and their certainty anybody with real-world experience is wrong on all counts.

      We experienced that for our Oregon property:
      "So... I need permission?"
      "IT'S NOT PERMISSION, IT'S A PERMIT!"
      [emphasis in original]
      "So... how much is the tax for the permit?"
      "IT'S NOT A TAX, IT'S A FEE!"
      [emphasis in original]
      Sheesh, did I ever feel dumb.
      But, now, I know better.
      I won't make that mistake twice.
      Dealing with TheGovernmentAgents is enlightening!

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    4. They take their RightSpeech very seriously also :)

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  7. Imagine a spammer sends you an email stating that he has 4473 records proving that you own firearms (then he lists some generic guns, say, Rem 870, Glock 19, AR15, AK47, knowing there's a good chance you own at least one or more of them) and that he is going to file a red flag complaint about you to the authorities if you don't pay him 50,000 bitcoins. Kinda like that porn scam email that been going around for awhile. A couple million emails like that might cause some discomfort.

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  8. Good news for the PC survivalist. I present to you, the new Mattel, gender neutral doll:

    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=mattel+to+release+gender+neutral+dolls&t=lm&atb=v1-1&ia=web

    You too can stroke the manhood (Or womanhood :D ) of your new gender neutral doll in comfort, as the other democrats (that didn’t stock up on enough pink tofu, spinach smoothie making ingredients, wheat grass juice, Birkenstock’s, “orange man bad” hate rally tickets, airline fare to attend the latest Greta Thunberg event, etc) are kicking down the door to your safe space :D

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    1. Mattel should come out with a Greta doll, only the whites of her eyes showing as she has another Hilary Type spell, event, whatever. Comes with a companion Soros handler to spoon feed her thoughts of Gore Warming doom. Where is this meat puppet from? We should declare war on that country.

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    2. re:
      'tofu'

      I prefer my spelling == toefoo.
      Used in a sentence:
      "Let's have sprouts-and-toefoo for dessert."
      "I'm looking forward to my toefoo-and-sprouts dessert!"
      "The only dessert for me is toefoo-and-sprouts!"
      "If the menu doesn't have toefoo-and-sprouts for dessert, let's Yelp them into ruin!"
      "Let's open a toefoo-and-sprouts dessert food-truck! We'll make millions! And be socially conscious! And we can name all our children 'Greta'!"

      You might think I'm kidding, but I live near goofball central, Eugene Oregon.
      I guarantee, right now, somebody in this town is thinking along these lines, thinking "Well, this's a great idea!".

      Near the Eugene branch of the camping store REI is a toefoo factory.
      Apparently, they have 'rejects' available at a discount... but you have to get there early for the best reject toefoo.
      I am not making this up.

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    3. Yes, my stomach was doing flip-flops, the food in my belly threatening to come up for air, as I read this. But also laughing my ass off. These Hippie/Yuppies are hilariously just not right.

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  9. Oil supply matters much more to an oil deficient economy like, say, China than to us. They need the Belt and Road initiative precisely because they are deficient in energy. One thing you might not have known - a lot of the cheap plastic stuff they sent us was made out of coal through a gasification process. Very expensive, and it cannot compete with super-cheap natural gas, which can also be made into plastics.

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    1. I thought the Belt & Road was primarily to avoid our naval checkpoint control on trade? That, plus cost savings therein.

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    2. Oh, and thanks for the plastic info. I had no idea. Makes sense. I wonder how how plastic feed stock pellets we export?

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  10. The Belt and Road is for their trade - the biggest item of which is food, followed by energy. They'll never be self-sufficient in either, but starving people are their number one problem.

    Here was a snapshot of polyethylene exports . . . the US is making tons of money doing that.

    http://itpweb.com/blog/index.php/strong-start-to-2019-for-us-polyethylene-exports/

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    1. Since Hollywood isn't exporting decent movies anymore, now the future belongs to...plastics! :)

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