Burned the debris from rebuilding my farm house tonight. Cleansing fire.pic.twitter.com/TLc8wWy7Js
For some reason, my wife is always most beautiful when she is pregnant.
I have shed blood and sweat almost daily in service of work that must get done. There isn't shit you can say that would shake my foundation.
You don't quit until the work is done, motherfucker. You don't get to come to me and say that you can't do it. You make it happen. It HAS to happen, so you force it to happen. Simple really.
If you cut and bale hay when it's too wet, it will spontaneously combust and burn down your barn. And then your animals starve and you do too.
If you don't lock up your chickens, coyotes will come in and rip all their heads off and spread their guts all over the straw and there's no arguing your way out of that.
I will never take experimental gene therapy, nor will I allow my wife or children to do so.
Putting aside my own theories for a moment and assuming everything we are told is correct re: covid19, Wouldn't we HAVE to eventually accept getting the virus occasionally like we do with the flu? I've had it, my parents have both had it, my wife, my in-laws, & friends
So let's assume there were a virus with a 30% mortality rate. You would do everything in your power to avoid/prevent it, right? But eventually, assuming it were impossible to completely stop the spread or immunize, there would only be ppl left who could survive it.
It's like, so you can't stop people from getting the virus, or passing it, even with a vaccine. But, you're being asked to wear a mask. Until when though? At what point do we decide to move on?
Honest question. IF the covid vaccine is only intended to lessen the effects of the virus, not make a person immune, AND we are being asked to wear masks regardless of vaccine status, THEN does that mean masks forever? Seems like that is the consensus.
5. So, if the application for a COVID vaccine was submitted with predetermined efficacy endpoints that included prevention, and before approval, real-world data shows it only decreases severity, doesn't that void the application since it failed to meet the predetermined endpoint?pic.twitter.com/dTDviUpNSm
The CDC shifts their position AGAIN. South Dakota's cases remain low. If you're worried about the virus, you're free to get vaccinated, wear a mask, or stay at home. But we won't be mandating anything. And the CDC's inconsistency doesn't help the American people.
There's an old phrase from John Seymour (who heard it somewhere else) "One year's seeding is seven year's weeding" But who knows what 40 years of re-wilding does?
Piece by piece, I am slowly rebuilding this heap into a proper home. And I keep hacking away at the disaster of decades of neglect on the land here. Still, God has blessed us with grass and trees and sun.
Be the ant, not the grasshopper. If I remember correctly, the ant was a hard working farmer and the grasshopper was an urbanite. Also, please don't inject yourself with experimental gene therapy. https://twitter.com/DavidOAtkins/status/1418702721276735488 …
Just spent a day working downtown across from a bar I used to frequent. Got off and went in and ordered a beer and drank the whole thing in 2 or 3 gulps and went home.
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