Friday, January 25, 2019



BSC, CA – My travel to LA has brought me into contact with various eating places including an ethnic Cuban cafe named Gigi's. The food is made in-house by cooks and bakers. They have a full line of delicious items to eat both in the bakery and small restaurant with tables inside and outside on the narrow sidewalk. It's a neighborhood place with most of the customers speaking Spanish by being Cuban. There are several items there that I rotate on as well as the atmosphere.

The last time I was in the place a couple came in, both middle-aged and dressed alike. They seemed to be professionals, owners of something, or maybe part of some old aristocratic Cuban family. I say 'owners' because people who come here from other cultures often display their roots, if they are from a caste system. In America you have the class system which is a little different, but eventually the same when you get down to it.

The woman examined the receipt almost as soon as she left the register, tallying up the total to see if the clerk had overcharged them for the items purchased. Both people seemed detached from the general crowd as if in a world of their own, and not in a magic way but with a condescending aura. They weren't rude, crude, loud, or obnoxious to anyone, but to me their haughtiness stood out from the other customers. True to form, while everyone else bused their own table due to the place being packed at lunch time, these folks, in their laundered pastel blue silk, business casual, button up shirts, left their mess to be picked up by the help. That's what they paid for. House Speaker Pelosi, 78, has the same attitude, except she expects this champagne style to be paid for by the taxpayers. Actually she demands it. After the jump, more on our elected royalty, the no-class class.

Sunday, January 20, 2019



BSC, CA – There is a point that says Hillary got 3,000,000 more votes than Trump, but was Donald'ed by the Electoral College, aka Trump won more States. One news source did look into that three million vote excess and found that nearly all those votes came from California, a state that knows it's not who votes that counts, it's who controls the voters. Presented for your reading pleasure are three tales of this being a Democrat state of deception, provable in plain sight and past Establishment press history.

The first example of Dem Party deception in California comes from my protest partner in Orange County, normally a Republican stronghold. Since the Occupy Movement and the TPP debacle have been hijacked by the new Left, this crippling has been accomplished by the jackboots hiding in plain sight to control the vote. This time, however, it wasn't done with 'found' ballots in a Hertz truck by party members in the South. In blue controlled California it was done before the Props were voted on by changing the ballot wording. In a story* by Horseman and Wheeler [Midterm results highlight changes;], the following point is mentioned from a different angle.

In a casual conversation after the midterms were over, John Diaz asked me what happened to Prop 6, the repeal of the gas tax set by the unelected bureaucracy of 5 who control the tax amount. At lunch John remarked that he and his wife didn't see the tax repeal prop on the ballot when they went to the polls and voted. It's been uncovered that the tax money is spent for anything the lawmakers want, not just for roads and repairs as stated. Knowing that John's wife went out of her way to sign the petition for the measure and that they live in Orange County, I said “Whaaaat?”

Wednesday, January 16, 2019


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BSC, CA - Today we present the latest up-to-date news about chem-trails from A-M[oney], for your catch-up pleasure. Here are things that you won't find in Dane Wigington's latest Geo Engineering hot button work banner. This roundup view is in 2 vids that pop up right after the jump.

The videos are the work of two New Yorkers that are better than the current New Yorker at getting to the real news and leaving out the fake. They are part of the rising class of noteworthy citizen journalists that operate outside the Establishment's paid-for writers who pass as reporters.

Since this article post is about chem-trails, something anyone can see on most days anywhere, and given the fact that chem-trail days are listed as 'cloudy' we present this example of Riverside chem-trails as our lead in shot. Prepare to find out everything about the aerial poisoning including why, from Ben and Rob, in that place with so much to it they had to name it twice: New York, New York.

Friday, January 11, 2019



BSC, CA – Coming out in about a week from The New Yorker magazine is a piece about marijuana. Once upon a time The New Yorker gave you well researched information about those hidden topics you always wondered about. For me it was an article about Carl Barks, the good Disney artist who drew and wrote the best Uncle Scrooge stories, ever. It was a pleasure to learn the details about someone whose artistry as a storyteller I admired as a kid, then appreciated more as a teen. Those were the days I remember of The New Yorker.

The New Yorker wasn't just the long, detailed articles about various subjects; there were the cartoons, one of which is shown here as our lead in. Always more than just humorous, many cartoons featured a satirical bite as well as a smile. Finally, there were the magazine covers. It seemed every cover was a work of art, meaning that each time you looked, you saw another detail or aspect in the cover drawing art. I recall one cover in particular. It showed the view from New York City looking west. You had your 'flyover land' and then Hollywood-LA and the Pacific Ocean. The states between NY and the West Coast were one land mass. Those were the days I remember from The New Yorker.

I don't read The New Yorker much now because I live on the West Coast but an upcoming article caught my eye because it headlines “Is Marijuana as Safe as We Think?” Being a medical marijuana person, activist, and author [in that order], I was curious to see how the stalwart New Yorker Magazine now dot com, holes up in these modern times, though I knew the thickness had slimmed on the hard copy. Maybe the mag was healthier. Then I read the article, actually the first paragraph. Alas, those were the days my friend, we wished they would never end, but they did. And this article had an overlay ad touting that this wasn't fake news, how could I not read it? Make the jump and see how the view is now toward Mary Jane 'Green' from New York City, Peter Parker's hometown, written by a skinny Canadian, and you understand South Park's POV.

Thursday, January 3, 2019



BSC, CA – Happy New Year, Sports Fans, and welcome to 2019. Someone I know will turn 25 this year, another migrant caravan gets organized to to head north to a fatter, oops, more abundant life, Trump remains in DC while sitting Dems vacation out of the continent amid cries of 'hold their pay', Schumer Shutdown stays steady, as the funeral party appear MIA in public and in tweets, plus Mexico moves to cash in on the coming cannabis craze. Welcome to 2019!

Following the jump is a video that will bring you up to speed in about 30 minutes. TTFN, staff.