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Showing posts from May, 2012

a dirt cheap operation

Back before the internet and blogs, before people knew about that six percent of the population, but not so far back that you can't remember..... the social engineers probably had a lot of fun. They could conduct experiments with complete impunity. People were not cynical like they are today, and they didn't have access to any information except what they could purchase at the newsstand or watch on teevee. ... a naive, captive audience, respectful of authority.... Tylenol Tampering, 1982 SIX locations, but only FIVE identified On October 2, 1982, another contaminated Tylenol bottle was discovered by police from a batch of bottles removed from a drug store in the Chicago suburbs. Thousands of other bottles were undergoing testing for traces of cyanide. Investigators had no idea how many other bottles might have been tampered with. In an effort to put an end to the senseless deaths, J&J offered a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction o

how far is heaven, part 4

It's a bit difficult to know where to begin again. We sort of decided to take an intermission. It wasn't really planned; it just had to happen. We hope to get back now but it's not so simple. The overwhelming nature of events creates a large disincentive to keep nattering on. Many things going on require a lot of effort to stay informed about. If you want to remain healthy, for instance, you need to be informed about the food supply, big pharma, vaccines, chemicals and pollutants assaulting your health virtually at every breath, as well as invisible electromagnetic energy. And you need to know about radiation. If you want to know about politics and wars and global chessboards, you need to do a lot of reading from news sources around the world, plus blogs, and sift through a lot of informati