CoffeeTalking.com is back online! Happy New Year 2023!

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Here we are you guys!  A new year... seemed to be a good time to wipe the slate clean so to speak, so I deleted pretty much everything and every link from Coffee Talking and we are starting fresh! 

Just chit-chat over morning coffee.  Please feel free to join in!  Comments are always open, below the posts.

I'm going to start a couple days early because I'm here, and procrastinating getting started on a busy day.  I was actually up too early - at 3:00 am. 

You know how you wake in the middle of the night, when everything is silent, and your brain has had time to process something you couldn't think of earlier in the midst of a busy day?  That.  So my brain suddenly knew at 3:00 am, something I had been pondering at 3:00 pm but had remained elusive until then.  I popped off two texts to people in regards to what I figured out.  Then I got a message from yet a 3rd person (family member) that they were in their vehicle and starting the long drive to our home for this weekend/weeks festivities.  (We still have to celebrate 'our' Christmas, as well as a couple birthdays and New Year's... all within the next few days.)  By this point I was wide awake, and Mr. Coffee was up at 4:30 to get ready for work anyway so I was reading a book until I did manage to fall asleep around 5:15 am.  But then................

My sleep came to a screeching halt.  Literally.

Screech... bang.... smash... glass tinkling.... thunk.  Tinkle.  Silence.

A crash and sound of glass breaking woke me.

I spent the next 3 minutes or so, looking out the window to check the woods behind our home, checking the shelving in the kitchen, a closet, looking out the front door to the yard, woods and road in front of the house... nothing.

I went back to the bedroom and used my phone to check our security cameras.  I wanted to see if I could hear the crash on them.  I knew when I heard it, I had looked at the clock next to the bed and it was 6:00 on the dot so it made easy to check the camera footage.

Yep.  A car passed in front of the house on the road (fairly far away so you can only see headlights), and about 4 or 5 seconds later you hear a crash.  Not sure if it's related or not, but at least I could 'hear' it and knew it wasn't a figment of my dreaming/sleep.

I walked outside on the front porch and looked... nothing.  No lights, sound or anything amiss.

Back inside, I bundled up, put on shoes and went back out.  Walking around the house (to make sure it wasn't a tree falling on the house... again....)  I walked down the driveway to the road; nothing.  3 more cars had passed by this point and they didn't slow or stop at the site the crash 'would' have been either so....

I was back in the house.  Wide awake.  Chilled.  And ready for hot coffee to warm up.

Welp, anyway... good morning to you all!  It's just the coffee talking again....







Something to read while you sip your morning coffee:

A 2006 scientific study conducted by the International Olympic Committee out of Lausanne, Switzerland, reported 1,101 sudden deaths among athletes under age 35 between 1966 and 2004. This number works out to be roughly 29 sudden deaths among athletes worldwide per year for 38 years.    

According to data collected by Good Sciencing, in about 22 months, there have been over 1,500 reports (and growing) of athletes collapsing. Of all of these, 1047 died. Sadly, that’s almost 70% of all reports. Comparing the Lausanne study against data collected between January 2021 and April 2022, the monthly average number of athlete deaths worldwide is 1,700% higher than the monthly average between 1966 and 2004. The number of deaths in one month alone — March 2022 — is three times higher than the previous annual average.

This Elephant Has a Name: It doesn’t take a data analyst to make an educated assessment of what changed since sudden deaths among athletes worldwide took a sharp upward turn: the widespread distribution of the experimental COVID-19 mRNA “vaccine” in early 2021.

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