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  • Steve Harrison
    Published 3 days ago
    Covid: Breaking The Glass

    Covid: Breaking The Glass

    There’s much about this Covid-19 pandemic that just doesn’t smell right to me... but I try to keep an open mind despite the lack of investigative journalism that seems to be being done by the mainstream media on the subject.
  • ASHLEY SMITH
    Published 3 days ago
    Time to believe the liars

    Time to believe the liars

    We live in strange times for many reasons, not least because the people we like to hate and ignore are trying to keep us alive. Its a bit of the cry wolf situation, they might have lied and twisted the truth before but this is all for real. This virus will kill many people unless they obey what each individual country instructs us to do. In America maybe don't listen to the president, maybe stick with the advisors he likes to ignore.
  • Steve Harrison
    Published 3 days ago
    A one-way ticket towards China

    A one-way ticket towards China

    Whether it happened naturally or was the result of a “divine” plan, one thing is sure…. the long-term product of Covid-19 will be sweeping societal changes that could be hugely beneficial in the greater scheme of things, or catastrophically detrimental.
  • John Hunter
    Published 3 days ago
    Ignorance Is Strength

    Ignorance Is Strength

    Another day of endless COVID-19 virus updates. Every radio, tv, newspaper, and phone platform are flooded with it. Our local newspaper even has the sick and dead toll count at the top of the front page. And every couple of hours a new update from one of many goverment officals. It feels like we are being tortured, forced to watch and listen too the same horrorific video over and over again, as if the goal is to make us numb and tolerable to it's subject matter.
  • Rowaboat
    Published 3 days ago
    Land reclamation.. yay or nay?
  • Jabari
    Published 3 days ago
    The Subfloor on Bethany

    The Subfloor on Bethany

    One can find a lot of big dudes on a construction site. Back when I was 15 and first started working in wood flooring, I briefly worked with a guy who could have easily been a full six foot eight. The first question that popped into my head when I met him was how a man of such proportions could have any real experience in our profession: flooring is best for short people. I am about an average man’s height and I wished I wasn’t. We needed an extra hand to complete the second crew and most guys we would run into seemed like potheads. I guess the Boss thought this one seemed levelheaded enough.