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by ValK on 10 April 2020 - 18:04

are you truly believe that infection started spontaneously at same time all around the world at the markets or chinatowns?
sure, some of the nations, races and tribes have weird tastes and traditions, including cannibalism but in this case ordinary
chinese ppl had become victim of system as we all are.
please stop blindly trust to MSM, which is owned by same globalists, who's screwing up the world since Nixon's time, who's
profiting from this, who did appointed UN's WHO director Tedros, a violent ethiopian communist and whose work from very
outbreak was to keep narrative, scripted for him by chinese comunists.

below is documentary - tracking down the origin of roots of virus.


 



by ValK on 10 April 2020 - 18:04



by ThatWasClose on 12 April 2020 - 14:04

Happy Easter to all that celebrate.

Of course churches here are closed due to CV.

Normally the local cowboy church puts on a big feed for the community. Your church affiliation, religion or non religion never matters. It is their gift to the community as a whole, held under their covered arena. With CV they were not allowed to do that this year.

Much to my surprise their church van showed up delivering a hot meal for we "old folks & the shut-ins" in town.  The fellow that came to my door was wearing a mask & gloves.  Frankly, I was highly surprised they came to my house. Geez, I am old, but surely not that old.  I still unload my own hay & grain!

Was it ever delicious. Seriously, probably some of the best brisket I have ever had in my life. Brisket you say? For Easter? This is cattle country, the meat would have been donated by ranchers from their church. They even included a colored boiled Easter egg. :)

Even with CV folks can still figure out ways to enrich & serve their neighbors & community.

 

May the Lord bless you each and all.


by ValK on 12 April 2020 - 19:04

to light up cheer among grim reality Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau premiered his new single "Speaking Moistly" at a press conference :)



by GSCat on 13 April 2020 - 03:04

 

by ThatWasClose on 12 April 2020 - 14:04

Happy Easter to all that celebrate.

Of course churches here are closed due to CV.

Normally the local cowboy church puts on a big feed for the community. Your church affiliation, religion or non religion never matters. It is their gift to the community as a whole, held under their covered arena. With CV they were not allowed to do that this year.

Much to my surprise their church van showed up delivering a hot meal for we "old folks & the shut-ins" in town.  The fellow that came to my door was wearing a mask & gloves.  Frankly, I was highly surprised they came to my house. Geez, I am old, but surely not that old.  I still unload my own hay & grain!

Was it ever delicious. Seriously, probably some of the best brisket I have ever had in my life. Brisket you say? For Easter? This is cattle country, the meat would have been donated by ranchers from their church. They even included a colored boiled Easter egg. :)

Even with CV folks can still figure out ways to enrich & serve their neighbors & community.

 

May the Lord bless you each and all.

 

Blessed and joyous (belated) Resurrection Sunday to you and everyone else.

 

 


by ThatWasClose on 14 April 2020 - 01:04

My suggestion to everyone is to learn to grow a garden. If it is your first time, I highly suggest zucchini & yellow squashes as very easy beginner plants, even from seed. 

Moistest choclate cake ever is zucchini chocolate cake.  No fooling.  You can search the internet for recipes.

If things continue as they are, meat may become scarcer in the grocery store too.  Oh there are plenty of cows.  But the auctions are shut down & the packing houses are closing like dominos falling.

Look at all the milk having to be dumped & the vegetables being plowed under with all this CV mess.

The weather is not helping the rest of us either.  Many areas are once again getting too much rain for planting crops.  Where I live, we shall get snow here tonight & tomorrow, on top of  ground already being too wet from rain.. 


by GSCat on 14 April 2020 - 02:04

Agree with ThatWasClose...thanks for bringing this up...

I highly recommend container planting.  When done right, far less weeding and water.  The plants can also be brought inside in case of an approaching thunderstorm with hail or a dust storm.  Casters or wheels or rolling platforms will save your back.

I've found horesradish and garlic are easy.  Beware, they are invasive.  Carrots, bell peppers, potatoes, and some tomatoes are easy, too.  Try planting a few different varieties so you can see what you like, and so if one succumbs to weather, blight, insects, etc., another might survive.  Plant a bunch of flowers, too.  This will help attract pollinators.  BTW, there is suspicion that Monsanto's GMO seeds are at least contributing to bee colony die-off.  Do your homework about the type of seeds to get, although a lot of places are already sold out of a lot of things, so it might be whatever you can get.  I always make sure whatever I'm planting will survive two zones up and two zones down, so if there is an unseasonably hot or cold season I still get good results.  Your local ag extension can be very, very helpful.

Important:  don't use dog poop as fertilizer unless composted with other stuff first.  Google...

USDA plant hardiness zones https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/

 

 


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by iamistiaque on 28 June 2020 - 07:06

Experts advised that we need to keep social distance with the human in such a pandemic situation. But humans are social and social distancing is quite impossible to maintain. 

But remember, if you have dog(s), it is much easier keeping distance from humans. Because You are now more socialize with your dog(s). So pass your time with your favorite dog(s) and STAY SAFE.


by Hired Dog on 28 June 2020 - 08:06

Because humans are human, we require interaction with others of our species...simple things, exchange of conversation, human touch, etc.
Dogs are nice of course, but, they can never replace the human element in the equation.





 


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