Thursday, May 7, 2020

May busy

Spring is cool so far. April 24-hour average temperatures were 3 degrees cooler than the 127 year average, and thus far May is about the same. This is the corrupt thing about the climate change industry -- they publish graphs and studies proving how the temperature is skyrocketing and if they don't get their way (power and control) the world will burn to a crisp. The information they publish is absolutely true in the artificial realm of their computer models, which are designed to take the false data they enter and produce a result showing out-of-control temperature increases. Meanwhile in reality, the climate is doing exactly what it's been doing for the last 15,000 years. It's variable within a certain range of conditions but making no excursions outside that established range regardless of what the corrupt industry publishes.

The corrupt climate industry is behaving in a baldly corrupt fashion, and that's wrong. But they couldn't do it without the love and support of nearly all the ape-lizards on the planet. Ape-lizards who are far too smart to be fooled and know everything because tee-vee. Just as with most of the narrative of the stupid virus, most of the world's ape-lizard population is utterly brainwashed on climate. And know without question that they are not. They have tee-vee after all.

So be it.

The busy monster has taken over my life completely. Between building fence, receiving cattle, moving domiciles, and a raft of other less spectacular activities, I'm charging they days from sunrise to very late. It's a good thing. My nerve pain is not fun but it's what I've got.

I am blessed beyond measure to be a thinking ape-lizard navigating an actual life in the realm of reality. I bless the day I threw my tee-vee in the dumpster in disgust. Reality is the correct place for an ape-lizard to exist.

Be well and embrace the blessings of liberty.


  1. Life goes on, whether we like it or not.

    Remember the old saying "God spare us from the fury of the Norsemen"? These days it's "God spare us from the lies of the media." Which is why I get information from numerous sources (almost never TV) and then assimilate, ponder, and go forth with whatever information I found relevant to my situation.

    News is NOT information, it's indoctrination and entertainment. Partake only at your own risk!

    1. When I'm in the shit I need to hew to my principles more than ever.

      In doing for humanity I have to rely on god and do his will; do best things for best reasons. My principles are guidelines or more properly guard rails.

      I can't make others comply so I'm best off keeping it simple.

      Thanks for stopping by and commentinf Sarge!

  2. Chris is correct, partake not of the dark side.

    The weather has been nice here of late and is supposed to be nice and warm for the next few days. Yea!

    Thanks for the post.
    Paul L. Quandt

    1. It's a beautiful time of the year!

      Thanks gor stopping by and commenting Paul!

  3. I haven't owned a TV in years. Some guests can't believe it.

    May was my favorite month as a teen. What my little sister called, "Green grass time". The three to four days of dragging the hay meadows and especially the winter feeding areas was a treat. One year I did it with the team I used for feeding in the winter. My father had a 1920's era gasoline powered Cat he dearly loved, and I didn't. It took a minimum of thirty minutes to get it started. I could hitch a team in five - ten minutes. By the time he had it running I had the feeding done and was unhitching the team. He didn't care; he had our 1/2 mile driveway to plow.

  4. Such a lovely thing to be tv free!

    That's a great memory, WSF, put a big smile on my face!

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

  5. We've taken a turn to the warm side here.
    It was 94 yesterday, predicted to go up to 96 this afternoon.
    They're also telling us it won't last... maybe rain Monday.
    That's pretty much an annual thing here.

    Much of what was green two weeks ago is now golden.
    Hopefully the hired goats will eat it before it starts burning and goes black.

    MB and I turn on the tube to watch streaming media.
    Disney+ is free for a year so we're currently watching Prop Culture a couple of episodes at a time.

    1. Yikes, that's warm! Maybe it'll all flow to us in a few days.

      Still lovely green here. I'd surely like to see more rain though. Which is the perpetual rancher's song. ;-)

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting Skip!

  6. When our kids were small, we did not have a TV in the house. I think I got a small B&W to serve as a monitor for an early computer around the time my oldest was in high school.
    The teachers all commented on the kids' attention span. My oldest got into an argument with the middle school history teacher; and the next day the teacher, after reading some history after school that day, admitted to the class that my son was right.
    TV - the great handicapper.

    1. Cool that the teacher did that.

      I drooled away way too many precious hours in front of the idjit box. But I threw it away in the end!

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting Frank!

    2. Just saw a meme you'd like, over at the Ace of Spades site.
      I find TV very educational.
      Whenever someone turns on
      the set, I go in the other
      room and read a book.

  7. New critters- are they yours, or just renters?
    Red got the day off, or didn't want to introduce bones to canines yet?
    Lovely day indeed!
    John Blackshoe

    1. Renters, second year of a three year contract.

      Red was back and forth. She's got lots more responsibilities than I do.

      Beautiful lovely ti.e of the year. Snow in the forecast Monday!

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting John!