Also, Duty is in Florida for a week for baseball and golf time and there’s no one to clear the car and driveway!
Whatever shall I do???
(hahah The answer is wait until it melts.)
He desperately needed this time away from life – the last few days before he left he was all control-freaky and just getting on my nerves nit-picking me all to hell. I just about shoved his ass out the door.
So, I’m on my own for the week (with the dogs and Miss Sophia). Good thing I’ve crate trained them now so I can escape the house (when we’re not being inundated with f’ing snow!).
And now, a change of topic
Y’all know I dig the conspiracy theories, right? Always have but the more I get involved with the Woo, the more I see shit that, when put together, makes sense to me. Pieces, pieces, pieces. Something is up with that missing Malaysian flight.
I have felt, ever since the plane’s disappearance was first reported, that there were many other elements at play, in why the plane disappeared and how. Now there are new developments concerning patents involving Freescale Semiconductor, its owner, Blackstone Investments and Jacob Rothschild, who owns it all.
Four of the 5 patent holders were on that plane (the four inventors) and in the event of their death, the patent ownership ultimately goes to Rothschild, who could be compared to Julius Ceasar, considering the extent of his wealth, power, and control in the world.
In the spirit of the ongoing revelation (from the word ‘reveal’) of the truth, we live in a world that is increasingly connected and transparency is required. Wouldn’t it be interesting if this ides of March begins the downfall of the family which has been at the helm of much of the world economic and political activity since the 1700s?
Coincidence? Nah. Don’t think so. But what is really going on? I have no idea. Something IS afoot, that much my spidey sense (and other of my woo-abilities) tell me.
OTOH, logic abounds and this guy also makes sense, if you’re looking for the non-woo version. He has lots of experience as a former intelligence officer. So, I will give some (small?) credence to what he says (mostly):
Conspiracy theories aren’t about the truth, they’re about the conspiracy theorist.
Wait for the official word and for the sake of Dread Cthulhu and your sanity, stop listening to TV pundits and World Net Daily. News media has to fill up bandwidth, and they will with whatever drooling idiocity that comes along, but you don’t have to listen to it and you certainly don’t need to go around repeating it.
It’s unusual for a plane to vanish nowadays, yes, especially for a large modern aircraft, but that doesn’t mean it has to be the plot of a Stephen King novel, or Ian Fleming for that matter. Ships, planes, people have vanished before. It happens. It used to happen a lot. They fall into the sea or into the remote jungle or the empty desert and are lost for months, sometimes years and even decades.
The world grows ever smaller, but it is still a vast, vast place, there are plenty of dark holes beyond the reach of technology for things to drop into and vanish for a while.
I have no idea what happened to this airplane, but the difference between me and the media is that I’m not afraid to admit it.
I think the truth lies in the middle somewhere of it all. Is this alien beings (finally) showing up and letting us know they’ve been here all along? Maybe. Is it something very simple as mechanical failure? Maybe.
There is so much more than meets the eye about the world/Universe we live in. To dismiss either end of the spectrum is to miss what might really be going on right underneath your nose.
As an aside, I don’t totally think that conspiracy theories are all about the theorist rather than the truth. Life isn’t so black and white, despite what Mr. Former Intelligence Officer says. There’s all kinds of stuff rolling around out there. Lots of it from nutjobs, true, and you may decide I am in that group. It’s okay with me if you do. But the more you are willing to see the gray, the more you see the gray. Make sense?
Jennifer Hoffman again:
I maintain that it was using a sophisticated form of technology that allowed the plane to not be cloaked, but hidden from physical awareness entirely, by moving it into an alternate dimension using technology that manipulates particulate matter and is capable of accessing other dimensions. Why that plane? Look at who was on it, 20 employees of Freescale Semiconductor, a Rothschild owned company that develops sophisticated sensor technology, among other things.
Here’s the paragraph I found interesting: “What’s especially fascinating to me in all this is that once the transponder was turned off, this massive aircraft apparently went into “stealth mode” where nobody could track it. Although this seems to defy the laws of physics and radar, we cannot argue with the fact that the plane was apparently untraceable as it flew for four hours after the transponder was turned off.”
More, as always, will be revealed. We do indeed live in interesting times.