Twangy music, tangy memes, spicy infosnacks (and very few stories about orgies)

I used to ask Americans “How bad does it have to get before you admit there is a problem?” Grassley seems to be one of the few Americans who might have agreed with me.

This music should twang plangently. Unless youTube has taken it down. Either way, you are probably here for the infosnacks.

We will have very few stories about orgies in this post.


Judicial Watch: New Secret Service Documents Reveal Bill Clinton’s Trip with Ghislaine Maxwell to India



[There is an Australia joke in here somewhere, but I am not an Australian, so I won’t try to make it.]

Head Of East Germany’s Largest Hospital ‘Throws Himself Off Building’

SHOCKING: RFK Jr. Claims Fauci Killed, Tortured, Poor Minority Orphans in 1980s


Here’s the info on what the DR. believes. He says its in some not all vacs. Sounds like you would know real fast if it was.,heart%20and%20brain

Federal Judge Rejects DOD Claim That Pfizer EUA and Comirnaty Vaccines Are ‘Interchangeable’

Collected 30 Nov 2021

DoD’s numbers may be off for active-duty suicides, “by as much as half,” according to the report, because of the way it investigates and determines whether a death is a suicide.

“For example, the DoD may not count overdoses, single-vehicle wrecks, weapon misfires, and the like as completed suicides; reconstructing a narrative of suicide is prone to error,” according to the report.


Now scientists at the University of Vermont, Tufts University, and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have discovered an entirely new form of biological reproduction—and applied their discovery to create the first-ever, self-replicating living robots.

The same team that built the first living robots (“Xenobots,” assembled from frog cells—reported in 2020) has discovered that these computer-designed and hand-assembled organisms can swim out into their tiny dish, find single cells, gather hundreds of them together, and assemble “baby” Xenobots inside their Pac-Man-shaped “mouth”—that, a few days later, become new Xenobots that look and move just like themselves.

And then these new Xenobots can go out, find cells, and build copies of themselves. Again and again.

“With the right design—they will spontaneously self-replicate,” says Joshua Bongard, Ph.D., a computer scientist and robotics expert at the University of Vermont who co-led the new research.

The results of the new research were published November 29, 2021, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Team builds first living robots—that can reproduce


Collected 28 Nov 2021

Hidden in Plain Sight: The Shocking Origins of the Jeffrey Epstein Case

How an Israeli Spy-Linked Tech Firm Gained Access to the US Gov’t’s Most Classified Networks

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