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  1. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Out of curiosity, I just now took a small fridge magnet and tried an experiment again. Not vaxed, the magnet would not stay on my arm or anywhere else.

    But then I quickly ran it under tap water,...
  2. Thread: % Vaccinated

    by Sue (Ayt)

    Re: % Vaccinated

    Haha - Many people are simply done getting the vax. Seems the choices have been made, lines drawn, despite all the goofy incentives being offered.

    Arkansas listed as one of 10 states with lowest...
  3. Re: What is the strangest website on the internet?

    And another that has been up for years and years, just because. haha
  4. Re: What is the strangest website on the internet?

    Old websites that are still up are strange in themselves I think, just by virtue of the older tech.
    Here's another that I was surprised to find that was still up, seeing as Barry Carter died some...
  5. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    A friend was beside herself when she had a cancer scan recently and "something showed up." Then a further test was done and it was determined that it was an inflamed lymph gland. The doctor did ask...
  6. Re: What is the strangest website on the internet?

    I was surprised to find this very old website still up.
    Wonder how Alex Chiu is faring these days? (Time will have told by now the truth of his claims.)...
  7. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    oz93666 - I have tried this a couple of times on my vertical unvaccinated arms, after reading your posts, but things just don't stick. Maybe I need to work up a sweat or something?
    But the video of...
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    Re: Vaccination Injuries On Record for Covid19

    This article is telling, as they even have coined a name for the clotting side effect now! It openly admits to the clotting side effect.


    Case Series Offers Solution for Post-COVID...
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    Re: Weird news stories

    Bill will like this one:

    Retiree Who Took Up Mountaineering at Age 68 Conquers Everest at 75

    A 75-year-old retired attorney from Chicago recently became the oldest American to ever...
  10. Re: If you went back in time, what gadget would you miss the most?

    Honestly TomKat, I can't think of anything I would really miss that much. Maybe communications on the internet, but I do believe I'd quickly fill the void there.

    There are a whole lot of gadgets...
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    Re: Second Wave or Second Attack?

    I somehow dread the coming of next winter's seasonal illnesses.
    It seems like now is the time to do all we can to build up our health to face the winter.
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    Re: There's the "Woke", and the "In The Know"

    It seems that the young rarely realize the full extent to which they are being manipulated.
    The co-option of basically good, altruistic motives that threaten the structures run by the elite has...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    I have been very curious as to why the heck Thermo Fisher ads started popping up for me when I visit facebook??? This started happening about 6 months ago. Why would they think using FB will get...
  14. Re: The Truth - Those Who Accept the Truth & Those Who Reject It

    Iota thanks again....

    Thank you very much for the connection with me here. I feel so forlorn. But it makes me turn...
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    Miles Mathis published this interesting paper on his site:
    India: The Real Crisis. A new writer from India tells us what is really going on.
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    Re: A Stand in the Park..

    What a great movement!
    Not many in the USA yet.
    Hoping to see more.
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    Re: Food shortages soon?

    That’s a nonsense and I’m unpleasantly surprised if not offended by news of this kind being repeatedly posted and thanked on your forum, relying on naivety of readers who have never been further than...
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    Re: The Spike Protein

    Just a quickie, before bed time, but I thought of Pycnogenol early on in this pandemic. It is something I have been taking for years (although I buy a generic pine-bark extract capsule because of...
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    Re: The Spike Protein

    Great thread, Pueblo. I hope we can put our heads together here to come up with some possible weapons to combat this protein.
    The Salk Institute article is an excellent place to start.

    When I...
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    Re: Avoiding the Experimental Vaccine

    As I see it, Helium's only sin was to not get into the deep debate about the Polio vaccine, despite knowing that it is a darker subject than many are aware of, for which he was called out.

    Even me...
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