Until the final time-out for earth is issued by the gods, who always demand sacrifice, life continues to spin out of control, where freaks of all kinds queue up, checking in with the local authorities to confirm they are bat-shit crazy…and get publicized for it!
All Hospital Beds in the US Will Be Filled With Patients ‘By About May 8th’ Due to Coronavirus: Analysis – via zerohedge.com
That’s right…there you have it from a Ph.D in Biology. She knows, according to her ‘anal’-ysis. (For choice thinking, check out the comments and look for those from ‘Solosgirl’ at the beginning of the comments section.)
Stop visiting with others, stop talking to others, stop interacting with anyone, forget get-togethers, any type of celebration and stay home…just make sure you get to your local corporate conglomerate, stand dutifully in line and buy enough toilet paper to ensure you can wipe your ass everyday while staring at the the monitor of your choice that will tell you how to live each day. And you’ll need the toilet paper as you’ll be eating cans of beans for a few weeks, or more.
New CDC guidance says older adults should ‘stay at home as much as possible’ due to coronavirus – via KIVA.com
ATLANTA, Georgia – Amid a coronavirus outbreak in the United States, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is encouraging older people and people with severe chronic medical conditions to “stay at home as much as possible.”
The CDC guidance comes as two top infectious disease experts with ties to the federal government have advised people over 60 and those with underlying health problems to strongly consider avoiding activities that involve large crowds, such as traveling by airplane, going to movie theaters or concerts, attending family events, shopping at crowded malls, and going to religious services.
Jesus, Mary and holy St. Joseph – doesn’t common sense tell us that if we have a severe chronic medical condition to stay home? Maybe not…as there’s so little common sense left but as one who has a chronic medical condition, the body tells me, in no uncertain terms, when it’s best to stay home, which is almost every frickin’ day.
But then the article makes an attempt with cuteness:
Schaffner and Osterholm said their advice has some flexibility for important events.
“This is not an instruction. This is not an order,” Schaffner said. “I’m not asking everyone to stay at home and lock the door for a month. I’m saying, be thoughtful every time you contemplate getting together with a crowd or group.”
For example, if a grandparent wants to attend a grandchild’s wedding, they could sit off to the side, and bump elbows with relatives instead of hugging and kissing.
But someone might want to avoid, for example, a regular weekend religious service.
“Don’t go. Be reverent at home,” Schaffner said.
The CDC can warn us every minute of every day of a virus that we may or may not get, that most will recover from, but when it comes to the real f**kery of our health, they have nothing to say:
Blue Cross Blue Shield: Early-Onset Dementia and Alzheimer’s Is Surging in Millennials – via activistpost.com
A NIH 2017 study revealed that 5 minutes on a cell phone can cause significant memory impairment. That’s probably happening because cell phone radiation and WiFi can disrupt the blood-brain barrier and cause it to leak. Research has also determined that exposure can increase cancer risk and many other undesirable conditions, illnesses, and symptoms (see 1, 2).
With research like this – as well as children and adults being exposed to increased amounts of cell phone and WiFi radiation 24/7 – it seems realistic to expect a “surging” number of Millennials experiencing early-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.
From Philly Voice:
Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease traditionally have been considered a concern for older generations. But recent spikes in early onset of these conditions in Americans as young as 30 suggest a different story.
Between 2013 and 2017, early-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s diagnoses increased by 83% among commercially insured Americans aged 30 to 44, according to a report released by the health care insurer. That age group includes the oldest millennials.
Overall, early-onset diagnoses increased by 200% among commercially insured Americans between ages 30 to 64. That included a 50% jump among those 45 to 54 and by 40% for those aged 55 to 64.
The average patient was diagnosed at age 49.
That study was done back in 2017. And not a peep from the CDC or any other governmental agencies.
The world of suck is embedded deep in the American mindset, allowing the tyrannical world of shysters and charlatans to deepen to the point of no return, where insanity is the everyday. We are almost there.
Our greatest enemy is ourselves but we’ve lost ourselves to the world of suck, listening to the monitor of flatulence for our daily direction.
About the only sane person writing and educating us on all this…Jon Rappoport, if you’re so inclined to read.
Tonight’s musical offering:
Randy Travis – ” Forever and Ever, Amen”
“Oh, Darlin”…how we have forgotten that love not only means of what Mr. Travis sings about, but that love also means we don’t bend over each day, taking it up the arse for whatever flatulence the demons are demanding we live, and stand for ourselves, our mates, our family, our children and our health.