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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: First 5 questions
« on: August 08, 2022, 09:21:30 PM »
Why are we here in this plane if the cannibals are going to win every reset?  How does this game even have a point if all the results end in pain and loss?  They remember all the cheat codes every time; every action by players without those codes result in marginal successes, but the cheaters happily destroy those, too.

Unicorns, fairies, etc are all real but only a few can see them. Who put the veil up, how did they do it, why did they do it, and how do we take it all down?

You said you started the forum to help get 1/3 of the population awake.  We hit that mark and nothing seemed to have happened. Why was that the Magical marker and what was going to happen when we hit the mark?

Will this realm be destroyed within the next 10 years by a plasma reset?

What benefit do they get by taking all the money, all the land, and all the resources?  Slaves are only fun for playtime for so long; once they have conquered the globe, what is their next move?  I mean sure, they can keep going beyond the ice wall… but WHY?

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Random musings
« on: August 08, 2022, 02:48:05 AM »
Call it the wonder plant – a flower that can either absorb toxic metals and radiation out of the soil or prevent most of them from entering its system and be safe to consume, depending on the variety.

It’s also beautiful, native to the Americas and begins to bloom in July. It’s the sunflower, and its ability to heal the environment has inspired one U.Va. undergraduate researcher to spend her summer examining the soil-absorbing properties of the stalky plant with the showy yellow flowerheads.

Rising fourth-year student Catie Kitrinos, a biology and anthropology major from Springfield is researching genetic variation in the sun-loving plant as part of her Harrison Undergraduate Research Award, with the aim of mapping the ability of the sunflower to absorb heavy metals across its genome.

The project has a huge relevancy and the potential to contribute better information about how best to use sunflowers, Kitrinos said. She noted that after both the Fukushima and Chernobyl nuclear incidents, sunflower fields were planted across the affected areas in an effort to absorb radiation, then were harvested and disposed of safely.

“[Sunflowers] are able to take heavy metals from contaminated soil in a way that’s completely natural and un-harmful to the soil and its surrounding ecosystems,” Kitrinos said. “They’re called ‘phytoremediators.’”

Other plants can be phytoremediators as well, but sunflowers are particularly effective because they’re so large, she said.

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Cannibals & Cannibalism
« on: August 07, 2022, 10:55:16 AM »
Pre2020 Nrgiseternal quote
Quote from: Nrgiseternal
Here's the endgame. Androgyny, they call it "singularity". Why? Because their God (baphomet) is an andeogyne. The road is normalizing homosexuality. Check. Transgenderism. Check
Pedophilia. Halfway home. Cannibalism will be next with beastiality concurrent.


People who want to "stop them" must return to a binary moral compass



Find from Zephyr, April 16, 2020

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Jamestown era? The early days.

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Owsley says the cut marks on the jaw, face and forehead of the [unearthed] skull, along with those on the shinbone, are telltale signs of cannibalism. "The clear intent was to remove the facial tissue and the brain for consumption. These people were in dire circumstances. So any flesh that was available would have been used," says Owsley. "The person that was doing this was not experienced and did not know how to butcher an animal."

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The harsh winter of 1609 in Virginia’s Jamestown Colony forced residents to do the unthinkable. A recent excavation at the historic site discovered the carcasses of dogs, cats and horses consumed during the season commonly called the “Starving Time.” 

It’s long been speculated that the harsh conditions faced by the colonists of Jamestown might have made them desperate enough to eat other humans—and perhaps even commit murder to do so.

Because of difficulties in growing crops—they arrived in the midst of one of the worst regional droughts in centuries and many settlers were unused to hard agricultural labor—the survivors remained dependent on supplies brought by subsequent missions, as well as trade with Native Americans.

By the winter of 1609, extreme drought, hostile relations with members of the local Powhatan Confederacy and the fact that a supply ship was lost at sea put the colonists in a truly desperate position. 

Food shortage, severe drought, supply issues...

Sounds familiar.   





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"Know how fucked I am"

Well if you're not in Africa that's a point for you. Central Africa is being ravaged by a "disease" that causes cannibalism. Its spread via introduction into bloodstream.

You will likely not hear about it in MSM but than again who knows. Ask anyone in that part of world. They'll confirm
Funny you post this, read this on pol yesterday

Niggers on /pol/, what's going on in Africa? I'm hearing reports of cannibalism and that the virus is turning people into cannibals. People who work in NGOs are told to leave immediately evacuate the continent .Some dude on /x/ posted this.

''My dad works at African NGO and called me 2 days ago and said "Don't go to Cameroon"
but he refused to say why''

''yeah, i've already got my wife and kids being flown to the coastline to prepare for boarding tomorrow. I've got most packed up, tearing some pages out of some of my favourite but unfortunately too cumbersome books and just got to pack up the radio and dell. Shit is pretty serious over here i'm broadcasting from Rukira, Rwanda and our network covers from here to the east coast and I've got a friend group on the southern coast of Angola. There are several mayday signals being broadcast and out of the 36 contacts I had 17 have already gone dark. I assume like me they are bugging out and I'm hoping to see some at the port tomorrow afternoon. God Bless all of you. Cannibalism reports and also mass cannibalism reports, falsely reported are common in parts of the continent but our contact group have a sort of mutual agreement that any more than 4 distress signals or bugouts is serious enough to vacate the land for the time being.'' - Anon




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This is disgusting. Disney is releasing a horror movie called Fresh. It's about cannibalism. Yes, Disney. It’s a straight up horror film about a charming doctor who seduces women, kidnaps them, & carves out pieces for sale to high paying customers.
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Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, Mimi Cave’s “Fresh” is a movie about cannibalism. Yes, cannibalism, the eating of people. Yes, Disney. It’s not a parody or a satire like “Get Out.” It’s a straight up horror film about a charming doctor, played by Sebastian Stan, who seduces women, kidnaps them, and carves out pieces of them for sale to high paying customers. Eventually, they’re all carved up and dead.

At his country house, Steve has imprisoned other women when he brings Noa (two by two?) to his lair. She wakes up drugged and chained in a room, where Steve explains how he’ll be carving her up. And he does. From different women he’s taken pieces of their posterior, legs, and other body parts. We get to see interspersed scenes of Steve’s rich, fat customers chowing down on his victims. At one point, he invites Noa to have one of his gourmet meals, and they discuss which part came from which girl.




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Um… WHAT?!?!?!!!!

…..

UPDATE - Utah County Attorney David Leavitt just held a press conference announcing he has not engaged in ritualistic sexual abuse or cannibalism.

Leavitt is calling on Utah County Sheriff Mike Smith to resign.

UCSO has not publicly named Leavitt as a suspect in any way.

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It seems to be a trap both ways. The main talking point that feminists on reddit and elsewhere have now been stating to defend abortions is that

"A fetus is under the age of 18 therefore has no human rights, and it's mother (and only it's mother, not the father) has legal rights including the power to destroy it"

So they are stating that kids have no human rights because they are not adults.

What else happens if children have no human rights? Oh yeah that would lead the way for...

Well, what's also going on at this point? Trans acceptance or rather, "society totally accepting people based on what they identify as vs what they were born as"

Well what else have some identified as? MAP's. Minor Attracted Persons.

Pedos.

So we currently live in a society that is promoting two things at the same time;

Legalizing and accepting Pedos + Legalizing and accepting that their prey, children, have no rights because they are not adults.

SICK WORLD

Nick said this was their end game. Pedophillia + cannibalism.

If they push the West into failure, the latter will happen when people run out of food.





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What's the end game with long pig? Do people absorb things from the people they eat. Obviously a double edged sword?

Do you mean what's the end game with normalizing cannibalism? It's kind of like the mRNA vaccines. Tweaking chromosomal resonance to a more favorable frequency.

Yea exactly. So it's a way to change the person doing the eating for more control then (or as nick put it i think - better slaves)? Do certain other acts do the same thing (roughly) ie certain forms of degenerate sex?



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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Smallpox / Dark Winter
« on: August 07, 2022, 09:57:45 AM »
TOPOFF/CCMRF/CBRNE Martial Law Drills
Date: June 22-23, 2001

Source: Prison Planet

Abstract: This exercise was made possible by grant funding from The McCormick Tribune Foundation and The Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism.

On 22-23 June, 2001, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Studies, the ANSER Institute for Homeland Security, and the Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention Terrorism, hosted a senior-level war game examining the national security, intergovernmental, and information challenges of a biological attack on the American homeland. With tensions rising in the Taiwan Straits, and a major crisis developing in Southwest Asia, a smallpox outbreak was confirmed by the CDC in Oklahoma City.

During the thirteen days of the game, the disease spread to 25 states and 15 other countries. Fourteen participants and 60 observers witnessed terrorism/warfare in slow motion. Discussions, debates (some rather heated) and decisions focused on the public health response, lack of an adequate supply of smallpox vaccine, roles and missions of federal and state governments, civil liberties associated with quarantine and isolation, the role of DoD, and potential military responses to the anonymous attack.

Additionally, a predictable 24/7 news cycle quickly developed that focused the nation and the world on the attack and response. Five representatives from the national press corps (including print and broadcast) participated in the game, including a lengthy press conference with the President. Several articles and reports will be produced in the coming weeks and months.

Additionally, at least one Congressional hearing will be conducted to explore the lessons learned by the key participants. The first hearing is scheduled for the week of 22 July with the Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs and International Relations (Congressman Shays, Chairman) (Prison Planet, 2001).

Title: FInal Script: Dark Winter Exercise: Bioterrorism Exercise Andrews Air Force Base June 22-23, 2001
Date: June 22-23, 2001
Source: UPMC   (PDF Below)

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: News, News, News...
« on: August 05, 2022, 01:09:24 AM »
Don't go to San Francisco once they start the monkeypox vaccine program.  They have ordered a small amount of dangerous LIVE smallpox vaccines. 

Live vaccines can shed.



Calif., SF, reviewing other vaccine for monkeypox

As San Francisco health officials consider the use of a different vaccine to vaccinate people at risk of monkeypox, the California Department of Public Health confirmed to KRON4 that it has ordered 200 doses of the older jab — but declined to say why.

The news comes amid shortages of the Jynneos vaccine currently being used to fight the outbreak, which can only be produced by the Danish company Bavarian Nordic. It also comes after a scathing report in the New York Times alleged that there will be Jynneos shortages for the next few months because of a “hands-off” approach to the crisis from federal officials.
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ACAM2000 is the only other federally-approved treatment for smallpox (the smallpox and monkeypox viruses are so similar that smallpox vaccines, like ACAM2000 and Jynneos, are effective for both, health officials say).

However, its use in any population, including San Francisco, must be evaluated on a risk-benefit basis.”

In their entireties, the statements echoed the concerns shared in the Tuesday story about the potential dangers of the ACAM2000 vaccine. Particularly, people with eczema have a risk of severe disability or death, according to the FDA, due to the live nature of the vaccine. People with a human immunodeficiency virus infection, or eye disease “should be identified and measures should be taken to avoid contact between those individuals and persons with active vaccination lesions,” the FDA states.

There is also a risk that people who receive ACAM2000 could accidentally spread the cowpox virus from the vaccine to close contacts who are unvaccinated,” Sanchez stated. “Special training and equipment are also required to administer the vaccine safely and effectively. Due to these limitations and challenges, the Jynneos vaccine, while in short supply, is considered safer and preferable for widespread use.

Matt Hartwig, senior director of media relations for Emergent Solutions, the manufacturer of ACAM2000, told KRON4 that “ACAM2000 is not indicated for the treatment of monkeypox in the US or any other jurisdiction.
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It may take 4 weeks for the ACAM vax to work and it probably will leave a scar.
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Smallpox Vaccine Live (AHFS Essentials)
Smallpox Vaccine Live, New York City Board of Health Live Vaccinia Strain
Synonym: ACAM2000
Synonym: Smallpox (Vaccinia) Vaccine, Live


FDA Boxed Warning:
Brands: ACAM2000

Introduction
Suspected cases of myocarditis and/or pericarditis have been observed in healthy adult primary vaccinees at an approximate rate of 5.7 per 1000 receiving smallpox vaccine live (ACAM2000 ). ® 1, Encephalitis, encephalomyelitis, encephalopathy, progressive vaccinia, generalized vaccinia, severe vaccinial skin infections, erythema multiforme major(including Stevens-Johnson syndrome), eczema vaccinatum resulting in permanent sequelae or death, ocular complications, blindness, and fetal death have occurred following either primary vaccination orrevaccination with live,
replication-competent vaccinia virus smallpox vaccines.
1,
The risks listed above are increased in vaccinees with the following conditions and may result insevere disability, permanent neurological sequelae, and/or death:
1,
Cardiac disease or history of cardiac disease
Eye disease treated with topical steroids
Congenital or acquired immune deficiency disorders orreceiving immunosuppressive
therapy
Eczema or history of eczema or other acute or chronic exfoliative skin conditions
Infants youngerthan 12 months of age
Pregnancy
Smallpox vaccine live contains live vaccinia virus that can be transmitted to individuals who have close contact with the vaccinee and the risks in contacts are the same as those for the vaccinee.
The risk for experiencing serious vaccination complications must be weighed against the risk of experiencing a potentially fatal smallpox infection.

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DOWNLOAD this while it is still available.

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: The Drought of the Western U.S.
« on: August 04, 2022, 12:35:03 PM »
The US cattle industry is being destroyed.

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News stories:

Cow numbers have dropped in North America but the potential for higher prices will depend on feed costs.
Drought and high feed and forage costs have pushed Canadian and American beef cow herds down to the smallest level in many years.

That should mean rising feeder and fed cattle prices over the next few years, but profitability for the cow-calf and feedlot producers will depend on how soon feed costs fall.

It also means beef consumers won’t see price relief at the meat counter for the foreseeable future.

Drought devastated feed production on the northern Plains last year. This year, the drought has shifted south, focusing on Texas and Oklahoma, the two most important cow-calf states in the United States.[/quote]
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Beef prices set to surge further as farmers sell off cattle herds
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But it's not just the reduction in cattle overall that is of concern. It's what is getting sent to slaughter. There is a notable boost in calf-producing females getting sold for processing in addition to steers, which are typically favored for consumption.

The number of females in feedlots is up 3%, and existing herds are down roughly 2.7% from a year ago. Shagam said that combination means "supplies of cattle going to feedlots is going to be declining," resulting in "progressively tighter supplies of all fed cattle available for slaughter as we move into 2023."

The increased number of cows and heifers sold for slaughter means herd depletion will continue, and building it back will take years.
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(The sell off now will affect the cattle market for the next 2-3 years.)

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: The Drought of the Western U.S.
« on: August 04, 2022, 11:41:06 AM »
Big Farm strikes again...



FACEBOOK POST:

Boycott these products!!!! Hello.  My name is Nicole Furstenfeld. I am reaching out to try to discuss  what is happening in Cuyama Valley a small mountain community in the corners of Kern, Ventura, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Barbara counties.  ALL landowners/ and homeowners in the townsite in the Cuyama Valley are being served and sued for their water rights. Two large corporate farm companies Grimmway and Bolthouse are suing all landowners in the Cuyama Valley. They have over- pumped water without a care for decades, one of the main reasons Cuyama Valley  has the 5th most over drafted water basin in ALL of California, and the ONLY over drafted basin in Santa Barbara County. They want to take private land owners', ranchers' and small family farmers' water rights, so they can continue their neglectful over-pumping of the basin. Please help us to spread the word to BOYCOTT Grimmway Farms/Cal Organic/ Bunny Luv and Bolthouse Farms!!
They are trying to take advantage of this small unincorperated, rural community.  We are really hoping by boycotting these farms we can help this small community!

SOME REPLIES:

They did do that and then drag out the law suit for years and years until the small farmers give up because they run out of money . And give up their water rights . They did it to the farmers in Santa Maria and it took ten years and what started with 70 farms only 3 lasted .
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Remember what the Mullholland and L.A. eater district did to Owens lake in the Sierras. Go look at the dry poisoned LAKE off  Hwy 395. LA got there water and they lost a valley. 🖕
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MEDIA:

Water fight: Cuyama Valley landowners face an adjudication lawsuit as they try to sustainably manage their groundwater basin

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"The local people are under two stresses: One stress of their well might run dry, and the second stress is what's paying for the plan to make sure their well doesn't run dry is a pumping fee that they've never paid before."

The large, multinational corporations Williams referred to include Bolthouse Farms and Grimmway Farms, which grow carrots on large swaths of land in the Cuyama Valley. Representatives for the growers sit on both a water district formed after the state passed its groundwater management act in 2014 and the Cuyama Valley GSA tasked with managing the area's water basin. Cuyama resident and Condor's Hope Vineyard co-owner Roberta Jaffe said that community members believe there's a conflict of interest for the corporations that filed a water rights lawsuit to also serve on the agency tasked with making water management decisions for that same water basin.

"Grimmway and Bolthouse are basically suing every landowner in the basin for water rights in a basin that has limited water and has to make drastic cuts in the next few years," Jaffe said. "They're one of the main perpetrators over why we have an overdrafted basin. They've been using most of the water."

Many of the valley's non-corporate landowners have been farming in Cuyama for generations, Jaffe said. Those community members have made changes to cope with the region's groundwater situation, including switching to less-water-intensive crops and making cutbacks to water pumping. That's the reality of the situation, she said, a reality the corporations are choosing not to face.
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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: The Drought of the Western U.S.
« on: August 04, 2022, 10:29:52 AM »
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Supposedly it's Kissinger's favorite. It's a phenomenally done movie one of my favorite. Ironically just started watching Goliath on Amazon. Season 3 is all about the same thing... La water wars.

I haven't watched Goliath either.   Will add that to the playlist too :)

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The Coffee Lounge / Re: New Music
« on: August 04, 2022, 10:14:41 AM »
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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: News, News, News...
« on: August 03, 2022, 04:25:06 PM »
BREAKING: We've just learned that Jackie Walorski, U.S. representative for Indiana's 2nd congressional district, has died in a crash this afternoon in Elkhart County.

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JACKIE:

During the Biden Recession, the last thing we need is more reckless, big-government spending that fuels inflation.

The latest tax-and-spend scheme would send Americans deeper into Biden's economic crisis. Hoosiers can't afford the Schumer-Manchin tax hikes.
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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: The Drought of the Western U.S.
« on: August 03, 2022, 12:30:43 PM »
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Have you ever seen the movie Chinatown?

I have not!

I will add that to my movies to see. 😀

Looks like it is a documentary with a fiction plot thrown on top to distract you from the truth of things.

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Chinatown is a 1974 American neo-noir mystery drama film directed by Roman Polanski from a screenplay by Robert Towne, starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. The film was inspired by the California water wars, a series of disputes over southern California water at the beginning of the 20th century, by which Los Angeles interests secured water rights in the Owens Valley.[4] The Robert Evans production, released by Paramount Pictures, was the director's last film in the United States and features many elements of film noir, particularly a multi-layered story that is part mystery and part psychological drama.
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Mr. "It wasn't rape-rape" directed it.

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It's from the Hollywood era of overacting and no CGI.  Those are always so fun to watch!

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: News, News, News...
« on: August 02, 2022, 09:43:15 PM »
Baal worship at the Commonwealth Games in the UK. 

The bull entering the arena
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The black woman with a lit crystal stops it in its path
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More of the bull scene and commentary...
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Notice the hexagons on the rainbow colored bull mascot
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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: News, News, News...
« on: August 02, 2022, 09:24:02 PM »
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Pelosi going to Taiwan - are we trying to start a war?

It's all a show.  Wars are to build failing economies.  If we are repeating the 1920s-1930s, we may have a few years before going into a war.  But they may speed up the timeline.

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Cannibals & Cannibalism
« on: August 02, 2022, 09:22:27 PM »
How did we not have a thread devoted to this?  I think a lot of good posts about it get hidden in other random threads.


Remember the cannibal restaurant in Seattle?  This island isn't far from that. 


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Vendovi Island, just south of Lummi Island, is one of a number of islands in the San Juans not served by Washington State ferries. Visitors can reach it by private boat or by one of several water taxi services.

The island’s namesake is a Fijian chief, Ro Veidovi, who was captured by a U.S. ship for the murder and cannibalization of a whaling crew in 1833. The U.S. Exploring Expedition, led by Charles Wilkes, brought Veidovi back across the Pacific and he remained on board as the ship surveyed the San Juans. Along the way, one of the surveyors apparently named the island after the chief, with an Anglicized version of his name.

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It's a beautiful area.  Bellingham Bay is full of orcas, seals, bald eagles, and other wildlife. There are many islands; it's a good place to hide out from others. 

Why would they name an island after a cannibal?  Even if it was named that way under duress, wouldn't you want the name changed once Veidovi was dead?

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Let's Get Down & Dirty / Re: Random musings
« on: August 02, 2022, 05:20:30 PM »
1812 Was a Very Strange Year

1812 WAS a very strange year.

The thought first occurred to me while listening to the 1812 Overture the other day. The part where they blow the lid off a dozen or two trash cans just makes you want to salute something—anything at all. Windows shook. The floor vibrated under my feet. You figure somewhere in the world an American flag was being raised. This all happened on the turntable of course. There’s no other way to listen to the 1812 Overture but on vinyl.

I guess that’s why the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-1812 have recently come to my attention. Though there are a few other notable catastrophic events in the whereabouts of the 19th-century which may need to be discussed at a later time, this seemed like a good contender.
...

I decided to look further into the events surrounding New Madrid, what is often not discussed, and this is what I found.

Lightning and crackling sparks were reported across the ground. One witness near New Madrid reported sparks of fire spewing from the earth. In the sky, more flashing lights and fires. Metal objects clung to walls. Many reported a strange tingling all over their bodies, while others described being electrocuted. Even stranger were those who said they had no idea an earthquake were rocking the joint due to the electric shock they were receiving.

Keep in mind that the earthquakes happened over several weeks.

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