This slimy used-car salesman, Moloch vax pushing grifter will not stop emailing me.

For five years, I’ve been unsubscribing. They don’t care.

Everything is stupid.

16 thoughts on “No Matter What I do …

  1. So I just read this from what is “a fabricated document purporting to be factual,” according to Wikipedia. “The recognition of our despot may also come before the destruction of the constitution: the moment for this recognition will come when the peoples, utterly wearied by the irregularities and incompetence – a matter which we shall arrange for – of their rulers, will clamor: ‘Away with them and give us one king over all the earth who will unite us and annihilate the causes of discords – frontiers, nationalities, religions, State debts – who will give us peace and quiet, which we cannot find under our rulers and representatives.’
    But you yourselves perfectly well know that to produce the possibility of the expression of such wishes by all the nations it is indispensable to trouble in all countries the people’s relations with their governments so as to utterly exhaust humanity with dissension, hatred, struggle, envy and even by the use of torture, by starvation, BY THE INOCULATION OF DISEASES, by want, so that the ——- see no other issue than to take refuge in our complete sovereignty in money and in all else.” Written in 1901. Weird no? I guess life imitates art. I replaced one word with ——-, probably you can guess what it is. I’m probably not allowed to reproduce this text since it is fabricated so…


  2. Yes, most everything now is stupid. So ignore them .. or is that answer too obvious? That’s what I find myself doing now more and more and that ignorance is truly bliss. 🙂

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      1. Same, but still a little more time than that throughout the day. Working on it. I’m sure getting a lot more done and my mental state is so much better I’m noticing.

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  3. The stupidity is intentionally exhausting. Not sure how much more of it I can handle before I cancel my phone and internet and finish my long-unfinished knitting project.

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        1. And therapeutic. I brought tons of yarn and knitting needles over to Bosnia-Herzegovina to the people (men and women) who had suffered war atrocities. Apparently, they’d tried it out on WWII vets with a lot of success. It seemed to help.


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