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originally posted by: PioneerFigureSkating
a reply to: SuperStudChuck
I look at it like a case of knowing a tree by its fruit. What I've seen so far from Trump is him being true to his word. And thats just what I see outwardly. If I also consider the Q back channel stuff that the media won't touch with a 10 foot pole, I also see Trump taking down the trafficking networks.
I think it's understandable and even natural to be nervous, but I truly think we are gonna win. Hell, I think we already have won.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
originally posted by: Observationalist
I know Jesus was all about breaking tradition. So while it’s sad I’m some ways. It’s exciting too, anticipating what change will come.
I have friends near the breaking point
To me, the thing about watching that video is that we're watching the story of a fairly regular person slowly waking up to the horror of the reality we live in. Yes, this is old news to some, but a very well put together video to show those who are just starting to wake up, like a sort of starting point. I may put this on for my wife and youngest daughter to watch today. They believe what I tell them is going on, but they really need to see info from others instead of just me and my p!ss-poor way of explaining it.
originally posted by: steaming
a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow
Hilarious, but it does fetch back a memory or two. First computer I ever had was a Sinclair z.... cannot recall the full Z word and it wasn't Zenith, for that was my first - made in Russia - camera. Anyway Gates was at college then in the UK, shared his time with several other students etc. Time went by and Gates noted how his fellow students were inventing a New way to programme a PC. Took about 3 to 4 hours to type out the proggie, with end result being a character that either walked from left to right , or maybe drive a tank. Gates also noted how his 'Colleagues', - at the local pub - bought 1 pint and shared such. They were skint..Gates was not. So he then offered the said colleagues a sum of Money as long as all their knowledge of PC programming was legally his. Colleagues became eventual Employees and in time the AMIGA Commodore was launched. Best computer system possible , still better than the junk we buy today. The rest is known by all and now the Gates who financially hit the roof, has announced himself as a new born God.