posted on Jul, 13 2019 @ 06:42 PM
I am sharing a first person account of the result of getting a bad mushroom in a slice of Pizza. Maybe some of you will see how this works.
My wife's lady coworker was bemoaning her husband maltreatment of her at her workplace. Wife later told me. I knew that couple, and believed the
verbal assaults did happen. Then one morning I woke up knowing that I had murdered "Dave", wrapped him up in a logging chain and sank "Dave" in
the Snake River, downstream from our town. Of course I asked my wife to ask her friend about "Dave". She said he was being the same old "Prxxk".
I was at a loss, so I asked the wife to find him, and I accosted him on a sidewalk, and went full bore "Doubting Thomas" with him. So no matter
how much I believed that I had offed him, I now knew he was still above ground. A week or so later, at work I mentioned this psychic break, and one
fellow asked if I had eaten a pizza the previous week. I had, and then he said, "you just got a bad mushroom in it".
Years later a Nat. Guard pilot broke formation and T-boned his Warthog loaded with a live 500 lb. bomb into Gold Dust Peak in Colorado. A day or so
later a barracks mate related that he had been a real pizzaholic. Well so much for that. Months later there was a report that the U.S.A.F. was
clamping down on what food their pilots could consume in the day or two before flying in a single seat fighter bomber. I knew right away what that
poor pilot felt, as I had gone down the same road, years earlier.
As a youngster, Blasey Ford had listened to her parents bi)(h about a lady Judge Kavenaugh who was ruling against them in a foreclosure suit, which
cost them dearly. This was none other than Brett Kavenaugh's mother. It triggered her with the help of another slice of pizza with a bad
"shroom", but she didn't "kill", Brett, so she couldn't get out from under that psychic break. I still have the odd flashback, of sinking ol'
"Dave" into the Snake River, but Dr. Ford only has memories of being roughed up a little. Now, what about the cluckers who went down the lists of
her fellow classmates trying to find a corroborating witness or two. "End justifies the Means, or what". Of course there was no party, period.
It was all in her head. But didn't her friend commit suborning of perjury, by tagging all of those classmates?? It was a terrible accusation to
even make before finding someone to back her story up. And then a certain lawyer chimed in with another "witness" of another attack, which has been
discredited, at some expense.
Today, Brett Kavenaugh sits on the U.S. S.C., Dr. Ford's reputation is in ruins, but the facilitators of that bad shroom fairy tale, haven't been
charged for anything, yet.