I am not trying to stir the pot but am trying to offer a different perspective. I have been thinking about how a lot of us don't trust the government in certain things and know that bureaucracy can be corrupted. For some though, it appears to never apply to the CDC. The propaganda being pushed out that there are tens of thousands of deaths each year in the US has been going on since around 2003. It has become ingrained into our society. But, what if those numbers are overinflated? If so, why would they be? Who has something to gain for the exaggeration? Yes, this article is from HuffPost Canada, but it is a scientifc article and in no way political. Lawrence Solomon is a very respected journalist who does his research and has no agenda here. He backs up his article with multiple citations from credible scientific sources to show that the CDC is purposefully misleading the public by inflating the numbers of deaths. So, what do we have to lose by learning the truth? More importantly, ...
Woke up early today so I could bask in the delight of my tree. There is something special about all of it. I'm so grateful for all of the amazing people in my life. And somehow this tree represents that.
Turkey stuffing cranberry sauce salad on challah. (Chopped and mixed with gherkins and mayo.)
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