Category Archives: conspiracy

Still Thinking

I may have just had a bad night and morning.

I’m prone to a little depression at times as most folks are. I enjoy writing here, and I guess I’m just experiencing a little post-Christmas Blues. Not that I’m big on Christmas or anything.

So what’s up with me tonight? I’m sitting here reading about Karen getting arrested by the FBI in a story from the Daily Wire. (I hope that link is big enough.)

This is where we’ve come to, folks. We have driven a wedge right down the middle. Hundreds of millions of us want to live our lives, and the rest of you don’t. And you’re dead set on dragging us to hell with you.

Control is the name of the game, but some of you aren’t playing with a full deck. We (well some of us) figured this out at the beginning.

I don’t deny that Covid exists; I have friends who have had it. I know of people who have died from it. Some of them are within our community. But they also had a lot of other health problems.

I’m not vaccinated. I’m not a β€œvax denier.” I’m seeing people who are fully vaccinated, and boosted ending up in the hospitalβ€”some dying. Otherwise healthy athletes around the world dropping dead from heart attacks, fully vaccinated.

Two years ago this was conspiracy theory.

And that why I’m not. The risk either way is about the same. You can like it or not; it doesn’t change my reality, not one bit.

I’ve been out in this thing the whole fifteen days, working in a retail setting.

That was 653-ish days ago.

Have I been sick? A little. A sniffle here, a cough there. Sinusitis is usually my big problem, especially this time of the year. With the temps being up and down my head is like a barometer.

Do I get concerned when I feel I’ll? Of course, I do. Especially with how big covid got. But then I remember, don’t believe the hype. (Yeah, a country boy with a Public Enemy reference.)

Both of the kids had the flu a week ago. I haven’t heard of or seen a flu case, except for a friend in the Peoples Republik of Kalifornia who has other health issues he had been dealing with at the time in two years. The flu has been eliminated from the planet, or so you would think.

People will get sick, and people are, sadly, going to die. These are things that can’t be avoided. I’m not unfeeling towards these facts, but you cannot live in fear.

Some people are going to have to give up control of others. It will be giving up that control and not Covid that kills them.

That’s it. That’s the post.


I Didn’t Come Here Looking For A Fight

I’m pretty easy going. I go along and get along about a lot of things.

I have, begrudgingly, worn a mask (😷 great there’s an emoji for it now) more than I have wanted.

I work retail and see more people walking in stores without masks than I care to. Maybe it doesn’t do anything, maybe it does. We have to for the time we’re at work.

I don’t say anything to anyone.

Not my circus, not my clowns.

No. The only time I’ll say something to someone is when they’re in my personal space. That has happened more times than I can count without having to take off my shoes or other articles of clothing.

I’m tired.

The mΜΆuΜΆzΜΆzΜΆlΜΆeΜΆ mask makes it hard to speak and be heard properly.

This covers more than one aspect of life.

I didn’t come here looking for a fight but it seems we may have found one. And it isn’t just about this virus. It’s what this virus has been used for.

Some of y’all maybe kinda sorta figured that out.