The Mayor of Simplememe

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  1. Saw a twitter post asking if there was a psyop to convince fertile women to waste away their prime breeding years accompanied by 4 profiles of a dating app with 4 attractive late 30’s/early 40’s women listing “Someday” next to a baby bottle symbol which I guess is that site’s symbol for Want kids?

    I’ve got some news for you ladies, you might want to take a seat …

  2. wakey wakey

  3. Kids always give the best marriage advice.

    Good morning, inmates!

  4. The Joe Rogan podcast with Dr. Peter McCollough has had 40 million listeners so far.

  5. More like wasting prime fertility years chasing increasingly useless degrees and running nowhere on the career treadmill.

    The whole bit about being taught to hate half the species doesn’t help much either.

  6. Good morning errybody! DeathWatch Day One. One of the people we were exposed to is coming to the house today to help pack freight, hahahahaaa.

    Just FYI: the stuff I have seen is that vitamin D levels in the bloodstream have to already be at a significant level in order to work in helping with the coof or other illnesses, and this takes time to build up. Zinc in conjunction with an ionophore, however, helps people feel better right away. We are using quercetin as the ionophore along with the zinc, D3, and NAC. Daily or almost daily, for weeks (I have a few gaps of time where I forget to take supps for a few days but I have been pretty good lately).

    We have HCQ if we get sick and need to boost our approach. And of course IVM as the big gun.

    But I’m pretty sure I had this back in Feb-or-Mar of 2020. I treated covid patients all last year in inadequate facilities and PPE and never got sick.

  7. I’m working from home today, time to crunch some data.

  8. I treated covid patients all last year in inadequate facilities and PPE and never got sick.

    That was my thought. Either you’ve already had it from working around sick people or you had some other coronavirus and are immune.

  9. Yeah, I always think of the line Instapundit (I think) uses, “The future belongs to those who show up” which he undoubtedly stole from another thought leader.

    My sources say Mark Steyn. Probably said in response to Muslims invading Europe and Canada.

    https://tinyurl.com/ypdfzh7t

  10. I’m an ionophile

    K, Na, Mg, Zn, can’t get enough of that shit

  11. No love for Ca+? Whazzup wit dat

  12. Carin, so sorry about Nova.

    You cannot get covid twice. But they’d love for you to think so.

    Traveling today. Best wishes to all.

    Also, CAULK!

  13. Just got a call from one of our friends we spent Christmas Day with. He tested positive after experiencing mild symptoms.

    What I’m going to do about it: ——–><——–

  14. This guy is doing terrific work:https://larryturner.substack.com/p/zinc-and-its-ionophores

    Good info here about the zinc ionophores and zinc generally, including something I never knew:

    Not surprisingly, background (i.e., unsupplemented) human cellular zinc levels are ordinarily determined by the concentration of zinc in outdoor and indoor dust. The zinc in these dusts is absorbed chiefly by the human digestive system and the lungs. In turn, the concentration of zinc in indoor and outdoor dust is chiefly determined by 1) the chemical nature of the soil parent material (i.e., the rock or other materials beneath the soils), and in urban areas, by 2) vehicle tire wear and industrial activity.

    Disregarding the more local effects of road traffic and tire wear to look at only state level average soil concentrations of zinc, reveals a statistically-significant inverse or negative relationship between zinc levels in indoor and outdoor dust on COVID19 mortality in the USA. The trend is that the higher the average zinc concentrations in the soils of any given state, the lower is the average COVID19 death rate in that state. Note while examining the graph below that the soils of large parts of Washington state, Oregon, and Hawaii are underlain by especially zinc-rich basaltic rock:

    And then see where your state lies on the plot. Interesting stuff!

  15. It is starting to look like omicron is a gift. We need to bring back something like “chicken pox parties,” which were an act of intelligence and love for children.

    When I went to college the last time, my health records as a child were unrecoverable, so I had to have a titer pulled to show I still had immunity to chicken pox (varicella). They did not make me get the varicella vaccine. I simply proved I was immune and that was that.

    Another act of intelligence. Intelligent thoughts and behaviors are now illegal, unfortunately.

  16. To question is heresy. This is their religion, and you will believe, or be burned.

  17. I took no supplements when I was ill. Just me n my generic multi-vitamin

  18. From Laura’s zinc link in the footnotes:
    “As will be discussed in a later post, unfiltered and unpasteurized beers and ales also contain high concentrations of B vitamins, including vitamin B3 (niacin) that likely explain craft beer drinkers’ apparent higher level immunity to COVID19 . These B-vitamins are derived from the brewers yeast used to ferment the sugars in the ale or beer worts. Beer and ale drinkers reportedly have an average of 30% more B-vitamins in their bodies than non-drinkers.”

    I thought it was just vitamin P.

  19. I hope you guys have a mild case lumps. When you commented about high fatigue and then transitioned to let’s kill this bug I was worried. My symptoms last year started with heavy fatigue for no good reason, but I didn’t learn I had been exposed to the virus until the next day, tested positive the day after. This time last year I was in “quarantine.”

    Speaking of which, how about checking in, Tom Swifty?

  20. I am not ill, though. That was just this weird feeling of inbound illness the morning after Christmas. I acted quickly, ate soup, took vitamins, went back to bed, and I woke up about three hours later feeling fine.

  21. I just got a vitamin IV drip.

    I feel great. Very hydrated.

  22. These B-vitamins are derived from the brewers yeast used to ferment the sugars in the ale or beer worts. Beer and ale drinkers reportedly have an average of 30% more B-vitamins in their bodies than non-drinkers.”

    Nutritional yeast has them all too, along with other good trace minerals. One is the key ingredient of NAC…starts with a ‘g’.
    I’ve been taking Braggs but you need to take the unfortified kind (some use synthetic Bs, etc…SariFoods brand does not). B1 is the anti-anxiety vitamin. Also watched a vid that showed a host of complaints of those low in B1…like restless legs…OSO, TAKE SOME NUTRITIONAL YEAST or at least up your B1.
    Need to check the Bragg bottle.

  23. Scratch the nooch, oso…use another source to increase the B1.

    “The tyramine in nutritional yeast may interact with certain medications, including monoamine oxidase inhibitors used to treat depression, some narcotics that treat severe pain, and antifungal drugs. Nutritional yeast is also not recommended for people taking drugs to treat diabetes.”

  24. I just got a vitamin IV drip.

    I feel great. Very hydrated

    OH SHIT THEY GOT MJ!

  25. Also this..

    ….free glutamic acid is a processed food arguably found in nutritional yeast. In the case of nutritional yeast, manufacturers don’t add MSG intentionally; it occurs because of the manufacturing process. Thus, the misleading wording we often see in the food industry, “no added MSG”, means the product may still contain MSG.

    ..and..
    Most companies then fortify nutritional yeast by adding vitamins such as folic acid and Vitamin B12. Remember, folic acid is the harmful, synthetic form of folate. Compared with folate, the body does not use folic acid effectively. (Source.)

  26. Enjoying the Omicron myself. Pretty mild, at least so far (Day 3).

  27. “Researchers have hypothesized that the excessive consumption of folic acid in fortified foods may be directly related to the increase in cancer rates. …and cognitive decline..”

    “Excellent sources of dietary folate include vegetables such as romaine lettuce, spinach, asparagus, turnip greens, mustard greens, parsley, collard greens, broccoli, cauliflower, beets, and lentils. (13) Not surprisingly, some of the best food sources of folate are calf’s liver and chicken liver.

    You can supplement with folate if your dietary intake is inadequate. Look for products that contain the Metfolin brand, or list “5-methyltetrahydrofolate” or “5-MTHF” on the label. Avoid products that say “folic acid” on the label. “

  28. I just got a vitamin IV drip.

    Getting anal raped is not considered “IV”.

  29. ugh sorry to hear that Geoff. hope it stays mild

  30. I should have some more homebrews to ward off couf

  31. So MJ – when you got the vitamin drip, what was the dominate strain of essential oils being worn by the other “patients”?

  32. Nutritional yeast has them all too, along with other good trace minerals. One is the key ingredient of NAC…starts with a ‘g’.

    Glutathione, iirc.

    Second sheep is hanging in the garage wrapped in cheesecloth. Had to have Mrs Caruthers grab it and then I did the rest. She managed to help me move it and helped a bit with skinning without losing her nerve. Butchering tomorrow night.

  33. waiting for my Nova call. If it doesn’t happen soon I’ll call.

  34. So MJ – when you got the vitamin drip, what was the dominate strain of essential oils being worn by the other “patients”?
    ——————-
    There were no other patients. The nurse was super nice. Former hospice RN.

    I have a whole year of this. Next time I’m going to get the hangover one even if I’m not hungover.

  35. Also, HS lost the Brandon Deadpool™.

    The smoothbrained fucker lasted past christmas.

  36. have a whole year of this. Next time I’m going to get the hangover one even if I’m not hungover.

    Is this part of your transition protocol?

  37. I have a whole year of this.

    https://is.gd/zG7saG

  38. Avoid products that say “folic acid” on the label.

    Huh.
    *Discontinues folic acid IV drip*

  39. Mj probably has his Cold Foam Brew before the drip then grabs an IPA after.

    Skinny jeans too?

  40. Is this part of your transition protocol?
    ————–
    Yep. I’m turning into a dragon because why the fuck not. A regular coffee drinking dragon in skinny jeans with an IPA.

  41. > Speaking of which, how about checking in, Tom Swifty?

    Sorry for not updating. My quarantine was over on the 23rd, my wife’s yesterday. My son has symptoms like mine, mostly head cold-like symptoms. My wife wouldn’t take the vaccine because of heart issues she already has. My son and I both had the vaccine. Her case was much harder.

    Weird thing is, they say you can’t have it twice, but I would have bet money I had it January of 2020. That one was like my wife’s this time.

    Really put the kibosh on Christmas, fer sure!

  42. Yep. I’m turning into a dragon because why the fuck not. A regular coffee drinking dragon in skinny jeans with an IPA.

    You know how I know you’re gay?

  43. Snowmaggedon is upon us. Got the sheep in the garage just in time. 2″ on the ground in an hour.

  44. I missed something, why is MJ at the place where people go to die?

  45. Santa brought HotBride an espresso machine for Christmas. Being unfamiliar with such things I watched a bunch of youtube videos on the subject. (There are thousands.)

    I’ve learned that there is more faggotry in the world of espresso making than in the entire city of San Francisco and the country of France put together.

  46. Tom, there’s some other respiratory infection going around with a lot of the same symptoms. Daughter brought it home to our house. She tested pos for wuflu back in November, so this has to be something else.

    Well, or the tests are garbage. Either way, I’ve had it at least once now and I’m still waiting for the cough to go away.

  47. Yes HS, espresso is a passion of the polesmokers, same as meth.

  48. Oh goody, they’re already setting up the next plandemic – BIRD FLU!

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/israel-bird-flu-outbreak-could-be-2022s-deadly-global-pandemic?scrolla=5eb6d68b7fedc32c19ef33b4

  49. Close all borders everywhere now. 4 safety.

  50. I’ve learned that there is more faggotry in the world of espresso making than in the entire city of San Francisco and the country of France put together.

    says the man who was an avid Chardonnay drinker.

  51. Can we do Secret Santa again this year?

    https://tinyurl.com/3yab28u2

    https://tinyurl.com/4mwamvn8

  52. Shoot, I just bought their nutritional yeast and Vit C, to try, and forgot to add the turmeric.

    https://sarifoods.co/products/organic-turmeric-powder

  53. No.

    I might be rested up enough by next November.

  54. Nova is probably coming home tomorrow.

    I will be picking up extra shifts probably for the next … 8 months or so.

  55. OMG that’s a ridiculous price to pay for a cheap, cheap spice.

  56. Dang, Carin. Immediately though, how are you going to keep the other dogs off her?

  57. I put turmeric in every ground meat dish these days.

  58. A kennel. Baby gates. Its going to be a thing, that’s for sure.

  59. The doctor wanted to have a talk with me about her weight. @@. dude, yea. No.

  60. I get it, but he didn’t know the whole story.

  61. Other than the logistics, I take it that’s good news for Nova?

  62. Karen caught slapping delta passenger is a playboy model and baywatch actress

    https://nypost.com/2021/12/27/karen-patricia-cornwall-slapped-delta-passenger-ided-as-former-nfl-cheerleader/

  63. OMG that’s a ridiculous price to pay for a cheap, cheap spice.

    IKR? I’m eyeballing another brand.
    Got their nutritional yeast because it’s one of very few that isn’t fortified. I don’t take the full 2 T as “recommended”. Tsp or so should be enough.

  64. He didn’t but he also didn’t listen to me until I was insistent. As if we’d drop this sort of money on a dog we weren’t feeding.

  65. Can you believe these are already sold out?

    https://avavav.com/products/slimy-feet

  66. Beasn, go to an Asian/ Indian grocery for spices like that.

  67. sooo much of a difference in price

  68. yes yes yes on Asian food store for spices. probably fresher too

  69. And we’re back to full tele-commute at the office again. Yay. I get to work in sweatpants tomorrow. I’m sure it’s just for a couple weeks. To flatten the curve.

  70. Most health food stores have bulk spices too.

  71. The thrill of working in sweatpants fades pretty fast. I have to at least wear cargo shorts to feel like I can work and take myself seriously.

  72. I stopped taking myself seriously a while ago.

  73. Well, you know, convince myself that I’m qualified for the work I’m doing.

  74. wish we were working from home, no drive.

  75. There aren’t any near me. Maybe some down in St. Louis.

  76. gah, condom commercials aimed at gay men on podcasts

  77. there has to be one downtown

  78. Delta Karen post at the Mothership “Punch her in the taco, Paco.” I’m ded

  79. But the city is a shithole dump. Crime is way up under the Soros-backed DA and woke mayor.
    I won’t venture down there by myself even though my buddy lives there.

  80. What, uh, sorta podcasts you listenin’ to there, Jay?

  81. https://tinyurl.com/v5rx3zw4

  82. We just made arrangements to stop working from home. There are pros and cons to working at home. It has been frankly pretty great for the last 8+ years. Pro: toddle downstairs in my jimmyjammies and make a few hundo before lunch, burning no gas and having the rest of the day to do what I want. Con: My small house is hardly my home anymore, with the garage, two whole interior rooms, the porch, and parts of the kitchen and livingroom and cellar taken over by the business. And now we have a worker who works here with us, which feels intrusive. Work place needs to be…away from here.

    Also, my little house is always fighting a bad case of Warehouse Cancer (aka Ever-Growing Storage of Other People’s Goods, much of it abandoned).

    It will be nice to give someone else’s warehouse my warehouse cancer.

  83. sorry, forgot to end that comment with

    *evil cackle*

  84. Get well, Ws

  85. In the past week and a half, we have sent 5 voles “to the farm”.
    Little effers were digging trenches all over the front garden…I’m betting they have been eating the bulbs out there.

  86. They multiply like bunnies.

  87. John Madden died.

  88. As did Harry Reid

  89. Winter of Death and Misery.

  90. Even Steven.

  91. Neither death qualifies for the Peterson book or 5# block of lard

  92. pupster is right, health food stores have spices. but they might not be as cheap.

    every once In a while the guy at pammel grocery will give me a falafel sample. mmmm. got saffron for 1/4 price last time too, special buy. 1.50 for 20 threads

  93. do we have symptoms in CT?

  94. Cost Plus has cheap prices on spices. Asian markets, as well.

  95. This company supplies a lot of the bulk spice areas in natural food stores, I’m not sure if they do individual bottles or not

    https://www.frontiercoop.com/

  96. If Brandon dies before Orthodox Christmas does Hotspurt get his lard?

  97. heh did you see Jesse Kelly’s reaction to that on tucker?

  98. No symptoms yet.

  99. I prefer working in the lab, but when there’s back-to-back-to-back-to-back meetings or a big pile of data to crunch, I prefer home. Today was productive.

    Someone check to see if Hillary was in Nevada.

  100. I’m soaking some cannellini and kidney beans. Not sure if I will sprout them before cooking/pressure canning or not. How much of a difference does it really make, digestibility-wise?

    Maybe this should be an experiment…hmmm.

    Also, I read some info that adding certain other ingredients will help, too. Carrot, cumin, ginger, or kombu.

    OK: I added a pound of white northern beans to the overnight soak.

    Gonna do an experiment. All pressure-canned. I don’t need to have a control group, I know what regular-cooked beans do already. So the experiment will be, some sprouted and canned as-is, and some canned with kombu or carrot, or sprouted and also canned with kombu or carrot.

    I will tell you the winner in some kind of time frame that I have no idea about.

  101. Harry Reid’s cause of death?

    * put’s $5 on rowing machine *

  102. Stupid fingers

  103. Harry Reid’s cause of death?

    Sprouted beans

  104. I soak dried beans overnight and change the water a few times before boiling with a few small pieces of kombu.

  105. soak overnight here too. have pressure canned non-soaked, didn’t notice any gas difference.

  106. Had to look up kombu.

  107. Is tee Roy gonna live blog his hernia repair ?

  108. Has anyone axed him where the bad man touched him?

  109. Too bad about the Dubya’s…
    They were a nice couple.
    Plus or minus the oozing hump thing.

  110. I was initially thrown off the kombu idea because some sites said that an enzyme causes the reduction of gas in the beans during cooking.

    Well, enzymes generally denature at high temperatures, so how can that be true?

    But maybe something else is at work. This is what experiments are for.

    If there’s no difference between them, there’s always Beano™.

  111. Who’m I gonna send squmpkin seeds to next year after Lumpy’s gone?

  112. Check in with MJ, he’s good with everyone’s seed.

  113. Squmpkin? You got a cross? Or did I send you one?

  114. I worry sometimes about open pollinated things, in this regard. How do I know?

  115. Speaking of seeds however, I will have a lot to share this Spring.

  116. A little over a month from now I will open the vault and divvy stuff up.

  117. Question 1: Which one of these has embraced the use of scientifically supported primary treatment?

    Question 2: Which one of these would this data indicate is the superstitious third world shithole?

    *******************
    Graph A, US: https://graphics.reuters.com/world-coronavirus-tracker-and-maps/countries-and-territories/united-states/

    United States
    95% of peak and rising

    506 infections per 100K people reported last 7 days
    ———————

    Graph B, India: https://graphics.reuters.com/world-coronavirus-tracker-and-maps/countries-and-territories/india/

    India
    2% of peak and falling

    3 infections per 100K people reported last 7 days

  118. “United States has administered at least 503,480,667 doses of COVID vaccines so far. Assuming every person needs 2 doses, that’s enough to have vaccinated about 76.7% of the country’s population.”

    “India has administered at least 1,418,447,119 doses of COVID vaccines so far. Assuming every person needs 2 doses, that’s enough to have vaccinated about 51.9% of the country’s population.”

  119. THE SHOTS DO FUCKALL.

  120. they do lessen severity

  121. well, at least for hospitalized people, it seems.

  122. So, we’ve got about 10-13″, it will not get above freezing, and we’re gonna get another 5-8″ on Thursday. This is getting old pretty damn quick. I got a 9lb ham, extra bread, eggs, and booze before it hit. There is a car in the ditch in front of the North pasture, pointed South on the Northbound side of the road. This kind of shit seldom happens here, and when it does, it’s in February, not December.
    FML…

  123. Blood work, pre vax, post vax, and 8 weeks later. Interesting stuff…
    https://generaldispatch.whatfinger.com/dr-nathan-thompson-8-week-follow-up-post-2nd-covid-vaccine-blood-analysis/

  124. 2 New Brews

    2 new brews. left is single malt single hop SMaSH, golden promise malt and mosaic hops, right is hard orange juice. have to dry hop the smash, and add sweetened oj and sugar to the orange to backsweeten. will pasteurized the orange when carbonated, and bottle condition the smash after 5 days of dry hopping.

    Broke my first hydrometer today, dropped it from a shelf, broke in the case. Many years old with me, and I got it used. Sad sad sad, and lucky I had another one. Hate that I lost that old one.

  125. The SMaSH is kind of an IPA, and is very tasty. Can’t wait to dry hop and carbonate it.

  126. Lumps, long soak and then about a 4 hour simmer, should take a lot of gas out of the beans per this book

  127. Long simmer in a pot, that is. Pressure cooking not so much.

  128. Looking at Jimbro’s spice coop link, their 1.41 oz jar of turmeric is over $6. Checked the store link and there is a place near me that may carry the brand.

    The turmeric powder at the SariFoods link I posted is a 30 oz bag for $22. No brainer if I can’t find an Asian store around here.

  129. I saw Dr. Thompsons video on youtube before YouTube yanked it. Per the bloodwork, the jabs nuke the immune system.

  130. Dustin expertly repairs Peugeots.


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