Tuesday, May 23, 2017
On the other hand, he acknowledges his theory may be wishful thinking.
"There's no question if you live and own a business in Big Sur, you live in a very dramatic landscape and we know historically, whether it's fire or a mudslide or a landslide from one year to the next it's not very predictable," said Gafill, whose restaurant is serving two to three dozen local diners a day rather than the 600 to 1,000 typical for this time of year.
Gafill said repairing this landslide is not as critical for business as the re-opening of Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge, a span on Highway 1 that was damaged from heavy rain in January and February. The new span is scheduled to open in September.
Kurt Mayer, who owns Big Sur Tap House, was also taking news of the slide in stride. He said Tuesday he wouldn't trade in his work location for somewhere safer.
"We're all going to make it, I'm pretty sure," he said. "Big Sur can scare some people, and those people usually come and go pretty quickly. And those who can hang, they're still there and they'll continue to be there."
In this aerial photo taken Monday, May 22, 2017 provided by John Madonna showing a massive landslide along California's coastal Highway 1 that has buried the road under a 40-foot layer of rock and dirt. A swath of the hillside gave way in an area called Mud Creek on Saturday, May 20, covering about one-third of a mile, half a kilometer, of road and changing the Big Sur coastline. (John Madonna via AP)
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Friday, May 12, 2017
Silent Invasion by Ellen Crystall
UFO's seen in upstate New York!
Review by Jeanette Foresta: May 22, 2017
Pros: Has pictures in it, and took place in the eighties. If you are into these types of books this is well worth the read.
The single most important event in the history of the human race would be contacted with extraterrestrial life. According to Ellen Crystall, that contact already began. Since 1982, thousands of people have sighted UFO's in the Hudson Valley of New York, Orange County where this author did her research. These
The field research was carried out in Pine Bush NY with the meticulous collecting of evidence and gathering statements from witnesses over a period of many years.
This book is dedicated to all the people who have seen aliens and crafts and have suffered because of it.
Unlike other abduction stories, this author was never abducted, nor has she ever been hypnotized by anyone.
She describes how she and interested parties would sit in their car at night and look at the UFO show that went on there often back in the 80's. The book's copyright is 1991.
She describes how she and her friends and interested parties including Peter Gersten at one time, sat in their cars waiting for the UFO and light show to begin. However, Peter never got to see the show. He was as disappointed as losing his lawsuit against the state of Arizona for UFO disclosure.
That brings me to the author’s claims of conspiracy and cover-ups. The author even speculates as to how the Illuminati, are in on it.
The bottom line seems to be that they are here on a multifaceted mission. and none of it seems intended for human good as a benefit to individuals or race. Ellen speaks of the majestic twelve situations; she speaks of the Bilderberg Group the Illuminati being a paranoid way of thinking and then reconsiders when she remembers the Iran-Contra affair, and how this is not only possible but, likely. Now, what could they be hiding?
One being the minerals that the aliens are mining in Pine Bush.
She was told the minerals were beryllium, zirconium, and titanium. "They could be stealing and the government ought to do something about it.
And it could actually be government funded for all we know."
Ellen pursued this by doing library research and amazingly she learned that the metals were not only rare but were found only in some small Asian countries, and she nearly flipped when she read this, also in Orange County NY! Exactly where she was pursuing the ships. It is interesting to note that these metals are used in nuclear reactor plants.
Another startling fact, which she shares with us about the location, is the Wallkill River that runs through most of the area is one of only several Rivers in the continental United States to run North instead of South. The author does not see the connection with the water yet. Nevertheless, information about the river made her uncomfortable. "Maybe they are dumping their waste in our water! Ever think of that G-man!"
I found this information exciting.
The author claims that this is still going on Her Ph.D. is in music.
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Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Fast food is Dead Food! It has no life in it and you will become diseased if you keep eating it. They offer up a hearty amount of triglycerides in cold cuts and an extremely high amount of sodium. I won't even get into the vein clogging fat in french fries, bacon, burger's, and fast food chicken. Besides for the fact that they kill living animals disheartens me. But, it's there and if you want to eat it have at it. Give me a call when you want to learn what to eat.
If you want to eat beef, you can trace where it came from on certain brands, not all!
Boston Market inject chickens with a large amount of fat so it's more tender than any other chicken. I know this fact because I knew a manager of one of the chains. He told me that's why I would always get a stomach ache after eating there. The other Food Chain
KFC deep fry their chicken in a bucket of, a heart attack waiting to happen.
Commercials show close-ups of mouths scrumptiously crunching down on a highly addictive way of eating. They play these commercials at around 9:30 PM, have you ever noticed that?
Oh, but you are supposed to have so much willpower to not pick up that phone for a home delivery? Then you go to sleep, and your body is so busy digesting, instead of resting. So, you wake up tired. That is if the heartburn and indigestion don't keep you up all night. Cure?
I used to get such bad indigestion at one time but, my mother was a home remedy advocate and would tell me to hurry to drink a hot glass of water, and it worked every time until it totally stopped. I had to figure out what I was eating wrong or if it was stress.
A few years ago Jamie Oliver was so fed up with seeing obese children suffering, as he did as a child, that he did a TV special on obesity in children.
So many children were, and still, are being bullied over their weight! They're getting diabetes, and children as young as two have high cholesterol. Some parents think as soon as their babies get teeth, they can start eating pizza, fries, and fast food that is not meant for babies.
Their taste buds are perfect before they become accustomed to salted and sweetened food. That's why I never gave my own children gobs of ice cream as children. I was into health food before I even had children. When I was pregnant I had no morning sickness. Morning sickness is your body cleaning out the toxins so the fetus has a safe environment to start off with.
Parents and grandparents are the ones who ruin the process through a dysfunctional way of thinking. Parents have to set rules and have the grandparents go along with it. Instead, I see grandparents undo all the good parents do!
The Jamie Oliver TV special showed him pouring tubs of fat into a dumpster which was what was on the schools' lunch menu. In one segment he did a question and answer lesson with the children. He found that most children as old as seven, couldn't identify a potato when he held it up but, they knew what a French fry was. That's when schools started changing their menus.
It's easier to change a menu then it is to change eating habits of children and adults. Not only is fast food convenient, it is giving ten-year-olds high cholesterol. Couple that with sugar latent drinks a direct link to childhood diabetes.
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Communities can get together to get a Greenhouse.
There were studies done which traced the rise of colon cancer, and other digestive diseases linked directly to the use of microwave ovens.
Styrofoam was finally taken off the market thanks to former Mayor Bloomberg. I've been telling my family about this for years. Styrofoam plates must not be used to heat food or, water in a microwave oven at all.
Don't even put hot food from an oven onto a styrofoam plate because the heat from the food breaks down the styrofoam molecules and it gets into the food. Notice that delis have cardboard cups now for coffee? They have known about this for years. Does it really have to be regulated by a Mayor? I guess so.
We wanted change and we are getting it. People may feel some growing pains. It's time our dysfunctional habitual ways of eating get some tough love. People want to yell and scream about things they have no foresight to see will change for the better.
TV Commercials: There was one commercial where the mother puts a pop-em in a microwave oven then pops it right into her son's mouth. I don't see that commercial anymore.
Food from the microwave may feel cool on the outside while the inside is steaming hot! It heats up from the inside out. The elderly and children are burning their mouths, and throats by not being aware of this.
Change your thoughts to change your habits. Boost your immune system with as close to live food as you can get these days without them being GMO.
Food should be eaten that grows seventeen to one hundred miles of your region. The fruits and vegetable should be picked when ripe.
Most supermarkets have organic food from small farms which are what I prefer. The food marked USDA Organic approved is genetically modified. They are owned by Monsanto which have molecules with pesticides already in them so they don't get eaten by insects. Wonder where the bees went? Wonder if we will go the way of the bees?
Having clean water is one of the most important facts of life. All across the US, we are spending way too much on bottled water. I never thought I would see the day where we'd be paying for water nevertheless buying it but, the new world has arrived
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Monday, May 8, 2017
Update. If you are here from the video, thank you!
I'm reading the book now on my kindle and it is not a page turner it's a page burner. It's a little bit about what I talked about in the video which I will link here tomorrow. The government declared war on plant growers of America. Well, he wasn't all that innocent but, they are doing a job on Youtuber Ted Visner. Allowing people to grow plants as a care giver, for medicinal use than taking their kids and houses away. It's one big honey pot. Don't get caught up in it until you read all about what could happen and if you don't smoke it don't start! We know it helps some people with certain disabilities but, the FEDS want all the money for themselves and that's the only reason it is legal in all fifty states. Heroin will be next, as I said in the video it already is. Okay, I'm getting back to reading.
Stratton’s latest book . . . details his treacherous trip through the federal prison system with an unfiltered voice and a knack for finding humor in the most desolate of spaces.”―New York Post" Richard Stratton's powerful memoir Kingpin is a sharp reminder that 'Orange' in not the 'New Black.' There is nothing romantic or exotic about a trip through the criminal justice system and federal prison. Stratton's page-turning account takes us through the mendacity of the criminal justice system, with its relentless drive to turn him into an informer, and into the arbitrary and casual brutality of prison life. Spoiler alert: Stratton refused to snitch and emerged with his principles intact. But he paid a heavy price for fighting the war on drugs."—Ronald L. Kuby, Civil Rights, and criminal defense attorney
"“There is nothing abstract or contentious about Richard Stratton's Kingpin, an indictment of America's severely flawed and corrupt system of criminal justice. He has experienced it all at first hand, spending eight years on a journey through the squalid prisons and politically tainted courts, from Los Angeles to New York and points between. His story is told in the first person and present tense which gives it an immediacy and pace that catches the reader early and won't let go. At one point, recounting his harrowing experience, Stratton writes. ‘But then, just maybe I will make it through and live long enough to write about it. That is my secret desire, my solitary plan.’ He has fulfilled his desire, accomplished his plan, and succeeded brilliantly.” Convicting the Innocent: Death Row and America's Broken System of Criminal Justice. —Stanley Cohen is the author, most recently, of Convicting the Innocent: Death Row and America's Broken System of Criminal Justice.
"Stratton's portrait of prison life is unsparing . . . This prison memoir stands out due to Stratton's elite criminal status and also the quality of his writing, which tends to be observant, mordant, and sometimes hilariously vulgar. A pulpy, well-crafted recollection of time behind bars packed with unsettling questions about society's embrace of mass imprisonment and the drug war.” —Kirkus
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