Watch This and Know Something is Wrong!

Posted by  $  Olduglycarl 1 week, 4 days ago to Video
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11:39 Mins long but worth the watch, by the Anonymous Global Channel. Interesting stuff.

Sheryl Attkisson, (you know Sheryl...hacked by obobo?) gives an excellent review of Wikipedia, not to mention, 'AstroTurf',.. Jim Carey may not be as nuts as you might think! Never would of guessed.

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SOURCE URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_nYrlwCdaA


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  • Posted by  $  mshupe 1 week, 4 days ago
    I watched it, thanks, and its worthless except for 2 things that all Objectivists already know. Propaganda and false celebrity worship. Carey must be under the spell of Albert Camus. At first I thought this was about Qanon, and then I thought it was about content farming, and now I don't know what its about.
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    • Posted by term2 1 week, 2 days ago
      the talk was indeed worthless. I watched a few minutes and then decided I needed to wash the cat
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      • Posted by  $  1 week, 2 days ago
        Laughing...How did the CAT take it?
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        • Posted by term2 1 week, 2 days ago
          Actually, my cat walks through the shower when I am in there, and I rum his wet fur down afterwards. He seems to like that.
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          • Posted by  $  1 week, 2 days ago
            I had a cat once that could'n stand it when he couldn't see me. So I had company when taking a shower too!
            He also had to sit on the counter and watch my wife do her hair in the morning.
            It was a ritual we just had to accept.
            Miss that cat...
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            • Posted by term2 1 week, 2 days ago
              I understand completely. I have rituals with my cat also. When I come home, he has to jump up on my chest while I am relaxing in a recliner, and stay there for about 5 minutes. Then he goes on about his day.
              A friend of mine used to say about animals "All they have is their feelings". My cat has definite emotional states. He knows when I am going away, and is very affectionate when I return. He makes a special meeoow when he wants me to refill his food.
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              • Posted by  $  Stormi 1 week, 1 day ago
                We have a Sheltie and three cats, and they are like a pack. The cats are usually indoors, with a morning outing and afternoon one. We have coyote lights lining the yard on the woods side. Even so, I had a coyote walk up to the front door at 11 a.am., walking WITH our old mostly outdoor cat. He also went up and touched a baby deer, brought me a total of 14 snakes last summer, all unharmed.Presents, I guess.
                I had no idea I was so interesting until the dog, followed by the cats, started following me into the bathroom to watch me wash my face! They also like to watch me cook. The dog and one cat watch TV, so I try to limit any mainstream media lest they become liberal. The cat likes NASCAR, the dog likes Leave it to Beaver, and Diagnosis Murder, which I leave on when I go to town. When we go to the vet for check ups, I have to switch from the Sirius 60x, to Seriously Sinatra, or I will have yowling cats until I do. They love Sinatra.
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              • Posted by  $  1 week, 1 day ago
                We never again had a cat after building the new house in 97, due to Cyotte's and fisher cats. I don't miss cats as much because our Maltese dogs are very much like cats.
                They seem to react the same way but I do wish they would meow instead of barking...laughing.
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                • Posted by term2 1 week, 1 day ago
                  I keep my cat, sematary, inside the house unless I am physically out in the yard with him- to avoid coyote and dog interactions.

                  I named him sematary because he looks like the cat in PET Sematary movie.

                  Its interesting that we accept that animals can be bred to have certain traits, but we resist the idea that people can be bred to have certain traits also. I do think that genetically there can be differences in how the brains are wired which tend to make certain people more emotionally driven than others. Somehow the neural interconnections favor the feelings over the results of thinking. Maybe this could explain why certain people just gravitate towards putting feelings first. Anyway, IMHO
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