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June 9, 2016

“The” or “This”?

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 12:52 pm

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the peak-a-boo, sometimes sunny, sometimes not, cool, quite breezy, powerfully beautiful island of Nantucket! It is super to be with you on a wild Thursday High Noon day on little old Cape Cod, Hyannis to be precise, The Ninth Day of June, 2016.

This just in from Reuters, “The Mandela Effect” does not exist, so please continue mindlessly consuming ‘goods’ that you don’t need.  Indeed, all of  you peasants drink up! Immerse yourselves in vats of fluoridated water (creating docile, dumb-ed down, disciples; sheep), stare down all day at a 5×7 electronic collar that radiates your brain and body, MK Ultra mind controls every move you make, and robs you of your life… Lo, continue to gorge on all them yummy GMO laced food stuffs, again, destroying your body and brain.  Please don’t pay any attention to the chemical being dropped by tankers in the sky, it’s all for your own good! Above all, ignore the FACT many people are ’seeing things’ when the books they grew up with, such as “The Bernstein Bears”, is now spelled “Bernstain Bears“…

“Hello, McFly! Is this thing on?  Think McFly, THINK!”

(credit:  the film, circa 1985, “Back to the Future”; starring Michael J. Fox and many others!)

“Can you say the shift is here?

“…sure, I knew that you could.”

Take our friend in ‘the neighborhood’, the late, great Fred Rogers, most known for his role in the famous PBS children’s show, “Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood”, a show most of the readership remembers fondly it is assumed, or with some hilarity.  Either way, the song goes like, “…it’s a wonderful day in the neighborhood, a wonderful day for a neighbor, won’t you be mine, could you be mine?…”.  However, ‘at this juncture’, i.e. now, the song even in old clips says quite clearly, “…it’s a wonderful day in ‘this’ neighborhood…”, huh?

“This” ???

May the FORCE be with you LUKE, and remember that I am your father…

Have a rockin’ day folks!


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