Good Morning Coffee Talk Friends!
I've attempted to do a morning post literally all morning but kept getting side-tracked.  Granted, I've gotten a few pesky tasks done that I would have rather ignored (like organizing and hanging up the laundry in the closets) but it does feel good to have random things finished so I can cross them off my mental list and get on to the next thing.
Attempt number... uh, 37?  LOL.  I was side tracked again. 
I think today is not a day to blog.  :)



If you need some morning reading with your coffee, you might want to check out these to ponder over.  They are written by experts in the fields and go against the narrative being propagated to keep this fake pandemic alive.

The Cult of Masked Schoolchildren
The Case Against Masks at School
The CDC Admits Natural Immunity is Extremely Powerful





Links are included in the screenshots....














The nun who recorded the 70's rock version of The Our Father (and almost won a Grammy for it - but lost to Elvis Presley) has passed away today


When I was itty bitty, we would go visit my grandma's house and I recall the time spent hanging out with my Aunt, who was about 16 years old at the time I think.  She had a pile of records she would love to listen to and almost always had music playing in the house, in her room, at her desk at the family business when she worked the front desk and I'd sit and hang out with her; and as a little preschooler who loved music, I soon had my favorites.  

I remember loving "Purple People Eater" and "Dear John", "The Candy Man" and "Go Away Little Girl".  One song I really loved was a 'rock' version of the prayer, "The Our Father".  

I have to be honest - I still like it.  I have a copy of it and it's often on my 'random play' music list.  The twangy psychedelic 60's/70's beginning of the song gets on my nerves, but as soon as the lyrics start, I can't help but sing along and belt it out.

Well... the nun who recorded that song (and almost won a Grammy for it - she lost to Elvis Presley) has passed away today. 


Sister Janet Mead, who turned The Lord's Prayer into a rock hit, dies aged 84

"Sister Janet Mead, the South Australian nun who became internationally famous for her rock rendition of The Lord's Prayer, has died aged 84.

She shot into the charts in 1974 with her international hit The Lord's Prayer, putting the Our Father prayer to a rock tune.  The single was distributed to 31 countries and sold more than 2 million copies worldwide.

Despite the fame and fortune, Sister Janet shunned the spotlight and donated all her royalties to charity.  While best remembered for her meteoric rise to fame in the music world, Sister Janet devoted most of her life to helping the homeless and disadvantaged.

She continued to teach at St Aloysius College despite the pressure of becoming a chart-topping star.  "It was a fairly big strain because all the time there are interviews and radio talkbacks and TV people coming and film people coming," she said.




Good Morning Coffee Talking Friends!

I have tried to pop in quickly this week but I've not been around much so it's been super quick posting, or meme's - or nothing at all. 

It's been 'one of those weeks' - the kind where you almost have to try to wrap your brain in a candy coated shell to protect it as you have just had enough... of everything. 

This morning I'm still arguing with myself a bit but I'm pretty sure I'm going to go run a couple errands for groceries and household goods.  That side of me usually wins the argument - the side that says "find the money and make it work" because having a well stocked refrigerator, freezer and pantry is worth its weight in gold.  I'll have to 'rob Peter to pay Paul' so to speak (does anyone say that little vintage quip anymore?) but I have less anxiety when I know our larders are full.  (Another old, vintage little quip for you again.)   

And we'll need dog food soon.  Which is really the catalyst for the trip.  I had myself talked OUT of going grocery shopping this weekend but the dog food is the tie breaker on the argument between myself and... myself.  If I had to buy dog food anyway, I might as well find the funds in the budget to make it a regular stocking-up kind of trip.  With the crazy world the way it is right now, you can never go wrong having a well stocked home with the food, medicine, household goods and items you regularly need.


If you see your glass as half empty, pour it into a smaller glass and stop bitching.


Yep - anal swabs for Covid testing.  How did our government allow our US diplomatic officials in China to have to go through with this?  Our previous president would have said "Oh, hell no you won't...."    Sigh.











Canadian, @joemartino29 discusses the Trucker Freedom Convoy and debunks lies being spread about it.


This. Woman. LOVE her.





Ponder over morning coffee:  
Natural immunity is stronger than the shots (called vaccines in the media).  So why are people with natural immunity being excluded from restaurants, schools and jobs for not getting the shot?  

How DAD are you?
This made me laugh because although I'm not male and not a Dad, I compared these against my OWN father growing up and yep.... he nailed them without even trying or knowing this list exists.  
I think there are only 2 on this list that I don't recall him using during my childhood (and some of them still today when they visit or we visit them!)


SO TRUE...  The company is worried about your mental health so they offer access to apps for your phone, or a discount on yoga classes;  but not hiring more people to cover the work, or increasing the pay of the employees not in management! 








Hospital beds were impossible to get BEFORE we started to name the cold viruses Covid, Delta, etc. - Don't try to blame it on that.

Good Morning!


I don't think I even made it here yesterday?  Life. 

This morning I glanced over some news headlines while sipping the first cup of coffee.  I just shake my head at something that once you 'see' you can't 'unsee' - it's the WAY news headlines and articles are written to carefully change the facts (or leave them out completely).   Yellow Journalism is alive and well...  pushing a narrative.

One of the first things is that almost no one dies from Covid viruses anymore.  So the news has to search hard to find mention of someone who DID pass away from it and then try to make a big headline out of it - and oh, the glee if they can say they were unvaccinated!  LOL.  Seriously... it's pathetic.  The happiness and glee in which they try to push that little fact; meanwhile, the latest figures show that the majority of people getting Covid are vaccinated.  And those hospitalized right now?  Same - The majority have participated in the experimental shots.  But the news bypasses any of the stories or people that don't fit their narrative and tries to find the one that didn't get the experimental jabs.

The other thing that has bugged me big time and is still a pet peeve is the news will make a big push for how packed the hospitals are - blaming it on Covid.  However if you read the wording (SERIOUSLY - PAY ATTENTION TO THE WORDING AND HOW IT'S PHRASED) - the people are hospitalized for OTHER issues and then they 'test' positive.  They aren't actually hospitalized BECAUSE of Covid - but are testing positive AFTER they are there.  Sometimes they are positive when they come but many are testing positive after they catch it IN the hospital.

So saying people are 'testing positive' means nothing.  It's as if you were testing for a common cold virus but then twisting your wording to say the hospitals are full of people with colds.  So catching a version of the Covid virus and testing IN the hospital is lumped together with anyone in the hospital who already had it.  And you might be there for a shattered leg or brain surgery or a kidney issue... but not because of Covid. 

Another issue with that side topic?  The "hospitals are FULL and have no beds left!" misleading headlines.  It's NOT BECAUSE OF PEOPLE TESTING POSITIVE WITH A COLD/FLU VIRUS NO MATTER WHAT YOU CALL IT.

Hospital beds were impossible to get BEFORE we started to name the cold viruses Covid, Delta, etc.

A year before the Covid flu rushed around the world our family member had a serious surgery.  He was stuck in what they call 'recovery' waiting on an available bed for hours and hours.  He literally was laying on a rock hard, uncomfortable table 'bed' wheeled from the surgical wing - after a long, very detailed and intense  surgery in which they rebuilt a portion of his spine.  The recovery room is a big open space with sheets hung between beds, patients lined up like sardines and zero privacy.

His recovery 'nurse' fought like HELL to find a bed.  In hospitals, beds go like hot-cakes.  Nurses fight tooth and nail to grab one.  They call 'dibs' on rooms 'upstairs' the second they hear someone MIGHT be released within the next 2 hours.  They then scramble to fight with each other over who gets the room; tensions are tight as they wait for that person to be released and then for the room to be 'rushed' cleaned for the next patient.

After 6 hours - and me literally on my cell phone looking up the names of the CEO, the big wigs and the entire hospital board of directors and starting to look up their names on Google to find phone numbers and email addys in order to literally start CALLING THEM PERSONALLY TO GET THIS FAMILY MEMBER A BED... we finally 'won' one of the sparring fights between nurses to find him a bed.

At 9:00 pm we were finally able to get this guy out of the open room, sheets hanging from the ceiling recovery space and off that horrible table and into a bed.  

Rooms at most large hospitals in most cities are ALREADY FULL and have been that way for years.  Covid positive 'tests' changed nothing.  And are not to blame.

But you have to read the wording of the news headlines carefully to realize this is true because they try to make it SOUND like the beds are filled BECAUSE of Covid patients - and even happier if they can find ONE out of  every 13 that were never vaccinated... and then try to twist the wording as if that was the reason.

Nope.  It's not.  Liar liar pants on fire.

Now... I'm 3 minutes late.  LOL.  No time to read over what I just typed as I sipped my coffee and typed quickly.  I probably rambled a bit.  

Meh.  It's just the coffee talking again.






The CDC has sneakily CHANGED THE WORDING on what the definition of 'vaccination' is - and - In California right now they are attempting to pass a bill that would allow a 12 year old child to get vaccines without any parental consent

A 12 year old a child.  Literally... a child.
What is wrong with people that ANYONE would allow a little kid to make their own medical decisions - especially about something that could harm them or kill them - and parents don't even have to know they got it.

Look at how the CDC has sneakily CHANGED THE WORDING on what the definition of 'vaccination' is.  We are living in an unbelievably scary world right now.... zero oversight of so many long-lasting repercussions of decisions and changes.

It's all in the words used... (or CHANGED) in this case - to fit the propaganda.

The Bill SB866:

It's not just the US lying about vaccinated and unvaccinated numbers and deaths... Canada was caught red handed doing the same thing (publishing, then realizing what they did and deleting it and re-publishing to fit the narrative)

Source: link



An Internet sleuth has recently uncovered how the government of Alberta, Canada had inadvertently published actual data before deleting it and publishing data that aligned with their narrative that COVID vaccines were effective in fighting the coronavirus.


"Data showed that more than half of the newly vaccinated deaths were labeled as unvaccinated.

According to Joel Smalley, who describes himself as "pro bono COVID data analysis for legal challenges and independent media seeking the truth" and wrote on Substack that "Alberta just inadvertently confessed to fiddling the COVID vaccination stats," the vaccine effectiveness statistics was conflated by the government of Alberta, Canada by "dumping" all the COVID events such as cases, hospitalizations and deaths that "occur subsequent to infection within 14 days of the first dose into the unvaccinated."

Smalley alleged that the Government of Alberta "[ignored] the adverse outcomes in the first two weeks post administration" in order to uphold the narrative of "impressive vaccine effectiveness." He also alleged that they inflated the unvaccinated numbers aside from "dumping the events within 14 days of dose 2 in the partially vaccinated as well."

According to The Gateway Pundit (TGP), data showed that almost 50% of all COVID hospitalization of the newly vaccinated occurred within 14 days since their first vaccine shot, which means they were treated as "unvaccinated" in the statistics. Health authorities all over the world are considering a person "fully vaccinated" two weeks after the second dose of the two-dose COVID vaccine regimen or two weeks after the single-dose regimen.

"In terms of deaths, the duplicity is even more severe with almost 56% of deaths of the newly vaccinated occurring within 14 days and almost 90% within 45 days," Smalley wrote. But because anything uploaded to the Internet is documented, some people took the time to record that the Canadian province uploaded, deleted, and then published new data that better fit their narrative.

But according to the latest data, the Alberta government admitted that they followed the "fraudulent standard that was in use by vaccine manufacturers during clinical trials," as per the TGP report. This standard includes ignoring the adverse outcomes, including COVID infection, hospitalization, and deaths.

The report pointed out why 56% of the recorded COVID deaths among the vaccinated occurred within 14 days of vaccination and 90% within 45 days, which is also the time at which the vaccine is supposedly in full effect against the coronavirus. In terms of hospitalizations, the same could be said. About 50% of the severe cases among the vaccinated occurred within 14 days and 80% occurred within the first 45 days of vaccination.

Elsewhere in Alberta, the premier of the province on Thursday condemned the COVID vaccine mandate for cross-border truckers over concerns about supply chain and fuel inflation, Reuters reported. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney called upon the Canadian government to pause the COVID vaccine mandate for truckers, which has prevented up to 32,000 or 20% of 160,000 Canadian and American cross-border truckers from doing their jobs, as estimated by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA)."







It's Just the Coffee Talking: random chit chat about the new black and silver Sam's Club cards, and the insane number of vaccinations that go into little babies by the time they are 15 months old and other randoms I ponder over morning coffee

Good Morning!

I thought I'd add the morning bagel face this morning even though I'm not really enjoying a bagel.  It's my 3rd peppermint bark coffee for me - but you are welcome to whatever you wish of course!

I have the day 'off' and although I really, really would like to hit up the local Sam's Club for some freezer goods, I paid bills online this weekend and I'm actually overdrawn a bit.  I've got emergency funds to cover it but dang... I didn't even pay them all.  I paid the trash bill, home security system monitoring, cell phones, car insurance and internet.  That's it.  That's all I could do.

Speaking of Sam's... remember when my husband (who is NOT actually a main member, but is simply an 'added household card holder' on my account and never, ever, ever actually shops there?)  got that new spiffy black and silver membership card in the mail and I wondered where MINE (you know, the actual card holder with the account) was?

I still haven't got one.   

He has a shiny black and silver card... I still have my old, beat up blue and silver card. Except, since he never shops there, his card is actually just sitting here unused, on my desk.

Now, I don't actually use my old, ugly blue card as I have a copy on my cellphone app and use that - but that's not the point.  The point is... where is MY cool looking card?  Why did a free, 'added household member' get his card and I never got one?   LOL.


What else to chat about??

Something to ponder over with your morning coffee... the sheer number of shots recommended to shoot into your little ones before they are even 6 months old.  At the same time they are shooting these viruses, chemicals and metals into the babies, they are telling you not to give them bananas or rice cereal without doing a week or two of 'testing' first to see how they do.  In the meantime, chemicals and viruses are perfectly ok in little bodies that weigh little more than a bag of sugar.  Hmm.

 Here is a link to the official site of the CDC recommended vaccination schedule for our little ones.... about 25 different shots recommended to shoot into their little tiny bodies before the age of 15 months... when the same pediatricians are telling you not to give them carrots or bananas for the first time without a 2 week 'trial' period for new foods.... hmmm.

This parenting meme made me chuckle... LOL.

More serious matters at hand... what's going on in our world right now and how far the long reaching effects will have. 


Injecting our babies and toddlers with the shot? MIT science says parents absolutely should not: "They should do everything they can to avoid it," she replied. "Absolutely everything they can."



"....An MIT scientist is warning of possible long-term damage to the brain from COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, saying it's likely there will be an "alarming" rise in several major neurodegenerative diseases.

And that's likely to happen increasingly among the younger population, according to Stephanie Seneff in an academic paper titled "Worse Than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintended Consequences of the mRNA Vaccines Against COVID-19" published in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research.

Seneff, a senior research scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, told Fox News' Laura Ingraham on Monday night it's "outrageous to be giving vaccines to young people because they have ... a very, very low risk of dying from COVID."

"So, they don't get a benefit," she said. "And when you look at the potential harm from these vaccines, it just doesn't make any sense."



"..... She explained that when the vaccine gets injected into the arm, the "immune cells come in, they take up the vaccine" and "start making spike protein," which is the most toxic part of the virus.

The immune cells rush into the lymph system and many of them end up in the spleen, where they produce antibodies, as designed.

"The problem is that those terminal centers in the spleen are really the place where Parkinson's Disease and other neurodegenerative diseases," she said.

Seneff explained how Parkinson's is generated, concluding "it feels to me like this is a perfect set-up for it."

She was asked what she would say to parents who are being pressured to get the vaccine.  "They should do everything they can to avoid it," she replied. "Absolutely everything they can."

"the prion-like action of the spike protein, we will likely see an alarming increase in several major neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson’s disease, CKD, ALS and Alzheimer’s, and these diseases will show up with increasing prevalence among younger and younger populations, in years to come."

On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report that unvaccinated patients who recovered from COVID were "better protected than those who were vaccinated and not previously infected during the recent delta surge."


".......On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report based on data collected in California and New York from May to November 2021. Researchers concluded based on the data from 1.1 million COVID cases in adults in the two states, which account for 18% of the U.S. population, that unvaccinated patients who recovered from COVID were "better protected than those who were vaccinated and not previously infected during the recent delta surge."

"Before Delta became the predominant variant in June, case rates were higher among persons who survived a previous infection than persons who were vaccinated alone," researchers wrote. "By early October, persons who survived a previous infection had lower case rates than persons who were vaccinated alone."

Before Delta in June 13 to June 26, researchers found that compared with hospitalization rates among unvaccinated people who did not have a previous COVID infection, the hospitalization rates were 27.7 times lower among vaccinated individuals who also got a previous COVID infection, and 6 times lower among unvaccinated individuals who had a previous COVID infection, and 7.1 times lower among vaccinated people with a previous COVID infection, the report titled "COVID-19 Cases and Hospitalizations by COVID-19 Vaccination Status and Previous COVID-19 Diagnosis - California and New York, May-November 2021" said.

But this pattern changed when the Delta variant arrived. Between October 3 to 16, compared to hospitalization rates among unvaccinated persons without a previous COVID infection, hospitalization rates were 19.8 times lower among vaccinated persons without a previous COVID infection, 55.3 times lower among unvaccinated persons with a previous COVID diagnosis, and 57.5 lower among vaccinated individuals with a previous COVID diagnosis.

"When looking at the summer and fall of 2021, when Delta became predominant in this country, however, surviving a previous infection now provided greater protection," CDC epidemiologist Benjamin Silk remarked.

The new CDC report supports the Brownstone Institute's October 2021 report that showed a list of studies that suggested natural immunity can provide some protection against COVID, in fact up to six times better than the COVID vaccines'. Up to 146 studies were collated to show that natural immunity does provide protection against COVID, offering an argument that those who previously got infected and survived need not get vaccinated against the disease."





It's Just the Coffee Talking: When your driver's license photo is so terrible that you look like a freaking psychopathic serial killer in it

Good Morning Coffee Friends!

A special good morning to a coffee friend with the flu this weekend; and another coffee friend who is home with her cats while her husband starts a new job in another state.  

This morning I'm drinking Peppermint bark coffee - which I've mentioned many times previously but I haven't been drinking for about a month or so.  I've been drinking primarily black coffee or chai tea.

But I'm back to peppermint because it's coooold outside!  And as much as I do not like 'flavored' coffee; this particular Peppermint Bark flavored coffee by Donut Shop is the one and only version I absolutely love... but usually only when it's freezing cold outside.  Which it is.  But ALSO because I came across one (1) random box on the shelf at Walmart Grocery yesterday and it was marked... HALF PRICE.  Woohoo!  For $7 I couldn't resist.  So I'm braving the cold weather with my second cup of hot, peppermint vanilla coffee.

I know I mentioned yesterday how excited and happy I was to have been able to run my errand regarding my car's title paperwork and have it go so fast and smooth; but that NEVER EVER HAPPENS and it's on my mind so I'm going to chit-chat about it for a minute because it led to something else I'm super excited about yesterday.

While I was at the window doing the car title paperwork, I mentioned how surprised I was they weren't more busy.  The clerk agreed and said she was shocked.  It was a Friday, and was getting near the end of the month when car registrations were due - not to mention everything else their office handles.  She said it was strange but with more people opting to do registration renewals and anything else they can online, that was probably part of it.

I took the opportunity of the lack of crowds and lines to ask about the chance of me getting a replacement driver's license done that day?   She said sure - no problem!  (There was only one other person doing their driver's license at the time; an elderly lady who looked to be in her 80's and she was almost finished).

Here's the deal with my license....

NO ONE has seen it but me and the few clerks I've had to show it to in the past almost 2 years I've had it.

NO one.  Not even my husband.

It's that bad.

And it's been a sore topic to me from the start.

For those of you who remember me chatting over coffee about it two years ago....  you will recall the horrible trip - the start of Covid lock-downs - the hours I waited - how my social security card was lost - how I had to make a second trip (45 minutes away) the next day, in the rain, to search the parking lot to try to find it - how the officer inside is the one who had it because she had forgotten to give it to me with all my paperwork when I left - yada yada.

But also... my photo was the worst photo in the history of driver's license photos.

To stand there with a stupid fake smile on my face in front of people; the officer babbling about some story she was telling me - and not taking the picture. 

I held the pose forever and no photo.  She stopped babbling to ask me something and I, still holding my pose for about a full minute already - but now uncomfortable, rocked up on my toes a little bit, which stuck my neck out like a freaking turkey, and I was trying to keep my eyes open so they wouldn't blink in the picture; and I was holding my smile trying to answer her question.

And then she took the picture.

You guys... my driver's license photo (when I saw it) made me want to throw up and cry and gasp all at the same time.

I look like a fucking psychopath.  Bulging eyes, freaked out weird fake smile, neck stretched up and out towards the camera oddly.

I immediately HID that stupid driver's license in my billfold, inside a folded coffee coupon.

That is where it's lived for almost two (2) years.  The ONLY people who have seen it are the random clerks at the grocery store that needed id - and the guy who does our taxes who had to copy it for our files.

Not even my husband has seen it.  It's THAT bad.

You know when someone does something really awful like they are a serial killer or they go insane and make the headline news - and the news journalists use the only 'public' photo of something they have quickly?  The persons driver's license photo.  And you see the picture on the computer or tv screen and they look insane and you say, "Yep, you can tell that person is fucked up.  That's a psycho alright, look at that face!" 

That was my photo.

And yesterday, because all the planets and stars aligned, I got to do a replacement driver's license (yes I had to pay full price again for it but I don't care - seriously - don't care).  

Is the photo (I have a black and white paper version until my real one comes) good?  No, not great.  It's fine... it's a regular driver's license photo.  Not one I'm going to be showing people on purpose because I love it, but it's fine.  I don't have to be mortified and hide it between an old folded up coffee coupon in my billfold so no one can accidentally see it.

ANY photo (no really... ANY photo) is better than my psycho serial killer driver's license photo I've had to live with for almost two years. 

I was so happy I could have cried happy tears.

And THAT is another reason why I was so, so thrilled yesterdays errands went smoothly and there were miraculously no crowds there.




It's Just the Coffee Talking: Most People Are Wrong About Basic COVID Facts

 At the bottom of this post is a link to a great video...








Masses of People Are Wrong About Basic COVID Facts

by Joe Martino
January 19, 2022





Good Morning Coffee Friends -

I'm not sure what planets and stars aligned just right today but I was able to get in and out to file to get a clear title on my car... literally got right in.  I'm still just sitting here with my mouth hanging open and blinking as I think about it.  That's never, ever happened in my whole life trying to do anything remotely related to car titles, registrations or driver's licenses.  LOL.



Soon parents will be letting people inject experimental, unknown chemicals into their babies and toddlers without any recourse if it damages (or kills) them.... zero.  No one is responsible for damages and you can't know what's in the shots for another 75 years.



Pfizer said last month it expects to submit the data in the first half of 2022.

Early results suggest children age 6 to 24 months would receive a high degree of protection from a two-dose regimen, while children between the age of 2 and 5 years would receive three.

Ponder over your morning coffee....


“And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed—if all records told the same tale—then the lie passed into history and became truth. 'Who controls the past' ran the Party slogan, 'controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.”

George Orwell, 1984




It's Just the Coffee Talking: My husband is listed first as 'primary' on almost everything even when it's mine.... LOL

Good Morning Coffee Friends -

Such a busy morning that it's already past 10:30 am and I forgot all about coffee talking until now.  I'm actually on "hold" for two important tasks that need to be done because I need Mr. Coffee's authorization to discuss the accounts (sigh).  I get it.  I do.  But it also gets old fast. 

Actually that kind of leads into the same topic but a different stream...  Things that are in my husbands name or he is listed primary when he in fact has little or nothing to do with the account or even has knowledge of anything about it.  Like my car. 

When we bought my car we wanted both our names on ownership.  (We do this with all our big items or accounts so it makes it easier legally to deal with should something happen to one of us.)  When we bought my car we had both our names on the paperwork - and I listed mine first as primary; this was 'my' car and Mr. Coffee would pretty much have zero to do with it, never drive it, not pay for it, not maintenance it, etc.  

They brought the paperwork out to us to sign and there it was... his name first.  Primary account owner.  Me, second.  I asked why?  The financial person seemed a little off-put that I asked... and confused.  They kind of stuttered and said, "Well, we just usually put the husbands name first... we just tend to... uh, we can uh, change it if you want though.  I'll have to go back and reprint all the paperwork...."

Of course you know the HELL buying a car is - even when it goes smoothly it still takes hours from start to finish and by the time you have a half inch of paperwork in front of you to sign you just want to GO HOME.  So of course I took a deep breath, sighed and said, "No, that's fine.  I want to sign and get out of here...."

So Mr. Coffee's name is listed as the 'owner' of my car.

It irked me every dang time I logged in online to pay the car payment and saw his name listed even though he has never, ever once logged in to the account and wouldn't be able to tell you anything about the account or the loan even if a gun was at his head to do so.

Luckily the car was paid off last month so I don't have to see his name on the account every stinking month. 

WHICH REMINDS ME of this scene from Prize Winner of Defiance Ohio...  (one of my favorite top 10 movies...).  This scene is where the WIFE uses HER money to put money down on a house.  When she is prepares to sign the paperwork the banker did the same thing to her as the car dealership did to me in having my husband sign for it.   (I'll post the clip below so you can watch it....)






Another example... I have a Costco and a Sam's Club membership.  Me.  I have it.  It's in my name.
But because you get one free card for a household or family member, I have my husband listed as a second card holder.  For the record, he went to Costco ONCE in the past 10 years because I drug him there with me one day.  He's been to Sam's Club TWICE in 10 years; again, with me and we were buying the alcohol and things for a wedding reception.  

That's it.

So yesterday, out of the blue, Sam's Club sends him a brand new pretty black and silver Plus Membership Card.  

Him.  Not me.

I never got a pretty new card.  Mine is the old one - years old - white and blue.
His came in HIS name.  Not even both our cards in the same envelope.  

Nothing for me even though I'm the main name on the account.  LOL.

A card he won't even carry as he never ever ever shops there.

So this doesn't bug me so much that I'm ranting or raving about it... I'm just shaking my head and talking about it over morning coffee with you.  Casual coffee conversation. 

It came to mind though, as I'm waiting for my husband to get home so I can call a company about an account we have - but the account is in HIS name - so even though I sent up the online account, I pay the payment every month and I do the filing - I CAN'T speak to them about the account without his permission so they have to have him on the phone first, then he can hand it to me.

And that is how this morning's post came to be.

Meh, it's just the coffee talking again anyway.






.....we must pragmatically build “herd immunity” against the virus

".....we must pragmatically build “herd immunity” against the virus, and the quickest and safest way to do this is to reserve vaccination for the most vulnerable (who are already highly vaccinated) while flooding our communities with cheap, safe and efficacious therapeutics freely prescribed in early treatment by personal physicians.

In this fundamentally conservative strategy, no healthy person below the age of 60 should be enticed — or coerced! — to get vaccinated. This is especially true for healthy children, who are at little risk from the prior higher-risk virus strains and develop more robust, diverse and durable immunity than the quasi-vaccinated.

It should go without saying that healthy normal children should not be treated with experimental medical products. This is particularly true given that over half the nation’s children have already developed the enhanced natural immunity engendered by infection, and the risk of side effects of the Pfizer/BioNTech product is higher in those that have developed natural immunity."

Dr. Robert Malone, who has 10 patents relating to mRNA vaccine technology under his name, and former Trump administration economic adviser Peter Navarro have come together to create a "declaration of independence" from the federal government's COVID vaccine mandate. In it, the two explain that the "quasi-vaccines" pose a significant threat to the American people than public health officials have disclosed.

"In this declaration of independence from a "Forced Universal Vaccination Policy," we hold these truths to be evident," the opinion stated, as per the Washington Times.

Malone and Navarro then argued that COVID "appears to be a bioweapon genetically engineered at the Wuhan Institute of Virology using gain-of-function technologies transferred to China by Dr. Anthony Fauci's National Institutes of Health bureaucracy and funded in part by both NIH" and the Department of Defense.

The two then declared, "No vaccine exists capable of eradicating the virus comparable to vaccines for diseases like polio and smallpox, and COVID-19 has entered a variety of animal reservoirs. At this point, it cannot be eradicated by any human vaccine."

Both of them contend that despite the 61.1 million COVID cases and 846,000 and more deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, "the public health threat of the omicron variant is minuscule." They added that the technology present in today's mRNA vaccines for COVID "are of primitive construction and are associated with the development of vaccine and monoclonal antibody-resistant viral mutations."

The doctors suggested that instead of using "highly leaky and nondurable quasi-vaccines," the world must simply live with COVID because "the virus is so thoroughly embedded in global populations." Malone and Navarro showed how President Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci's vaccination program failed to meet its public health objectives with new COVID cases still skyrocketing despite the high vaccination rates in the U.S.

Malone and Navarro also pointed to how OneAmerica CEO J. Scott Davison came under fire for exposing the "overall high mortality rates they are observing in their data." According to WND, Davison, who leads a $100 billion insurance company, recently revealed that all-cause deaths have increased by up to 40% among those aged 18 to 64 compared to pre-pandemic levels.

Navarro and Malone then took aim at Big Pharma companies and executives for peddling the "noble lie" that universal vaccination is the key to ending the pandemic. They added that CNN and MSNBC, as well as Big Tech giants Facebook and Google are also in on the peddling of the "noble lie," as the media is "determined to hide reality from the public - even as drug company lawyers work to avoid data disclosure that would inform us otherwise."





"I couldn’t imagine teaching about integrity and moral courage if I had seen something troubling that unfolded around me and my actions didn’t back up what I taught in the classroom."

Interesting article to ponder over coffee.....  

"...when public policies moved in the direction of mandates, I thought they were coercive and didn’t take account of basic medical facts [regarding who was most at risk]. I thought there were perverse financial incentives at work, and I was concerned about the silencing and suppression of dissenting voices regarding these policies."


"I couldn’t imagine teaching about integrity and moral courage if I had seen something troubling that unfolded around me and my actions didn’t back up what I taught in the classroom."

Dr. Aaron Kheriaty Discusses COVID-19, Vaccine Mandates and His Dismissal From UC-Irvine

An ethicist who was fired last month from the University of California-Irvine School of Medicine explains why he made a principled stand in opposition to mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations.

Aaron Kheriaty, a Catholic psychiatrist and medical ethicist. (photo: Courtesy photo / Aaron Kheriaty)

".... At the beginning of 2021, I served on the Orange County Vaccine Taskforce. I was involved in developing the vaccine-allocation policy at the university back when the demand for vaccines outstripped supply and there were ethical questions about who should get the vaccines first.

But when public policies moved in the direction of mandates, I thought they were coercive and didn’t take account of basic medical facts [regarding who was most at risk]. I thought there were perverse financial incentives at work, and I was concerned about the silencing and suppression of dissenting voices regarding these policies. 

This August, when I decided to file the lawsuit, I was projecting ahead to the ethics course I would be teaching [this time of year] and tried to imagine myself standing up in the lecture hall and talking about informed consent, a foundational principle of bioethics, and the need for moral courage. The students would need to speak up if they saw something happening that they believed was wrong or potentially harmful to patients, even though they are at the bottom of the hospital hierarchy. 

I couldn’t imagine teaching about integrity and moral courage if I had seen something troubling that unfolded around me and my actions didn’t back up what I taught in the classroom."






Being a "conspiracy theorist" is spending endless hours for years gathering as much information as possible from as many resources as possible and critically thinking about what that information means, then having people who do nothing but watch TV tell you you're crazy.... 


Remember the days when you got a headache and slight congestion and you never knew what it is, just 'some bug' and instead of rushing to the ER to take a test to see if you need to panic, you calmly took some decongestant and went to bed early?

If you're saying something true, you shouldn't be worried about who it offends.

First time in history that the ineffectiveness of a medicine is being blamed on those who haven't taken it.....

In response to the Democrats comparing January 6th to 9/11 and Pearl Harbor....

Since when do 'insurrectionists' follow the roped off guidelines?  LOL.