Archive for April, 2019

Emu’s In The Commercial Age

April 23, 2019
Emu’s In The Commercial Age

Silly stuff. I’ve been cracking up over the Liberty Mutual Insurance commercials Featuring a fake 1970’s detective-type monitoring insurance with his partner – who is an Emu. As we know, the Emu is a large flightless bird related to the Ostrich. I have a long history of dealing with both types of birds. In the […]

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Dark History: The Muscle That Lifted Soloflex

April 17, 2019
Dark History: The Muscle That Lifted Soloflex

One of my favorite authors, Douglas Valentine has written some of the best exposes’ on CIA crimes. He reported in a tweet that he is preparing to write about the assassination of a Federal Judge, and I think I have some supporting information. So, here goes, from an article I wrote several years ago: There […]

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