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Dr. Shiv. Chopra Microbiologist, Vaccination Researcher & Specialist, Former Senior Scientific Advisor on Vaccinations for Health Canada

Posted by Auandag @ 22:49 on October 20, 2014  

When asked if he would take a obola vaccination said no way! Said all vaccinations are useless and dangerous


Maya @ 2:42….Ipso @ 9:13

Posted by Moggy @ 22:26 on October 20, 2014  

@ Maya…The information is appreciated….however, I’m fine with both Young Living and doTerra if I require one of the blends.  On rare occasions I buy an oil from an unknown company and give it a try but for the most part, I purchase essential oils from the company that supplies YL and DT – Liberty Natural – and I either use them as a single or blend my own, depending on my needs.  Young Living has the better of the respiratory fighters that it has named “Thieves.”  DoTerra copied four of the five EOs and substituted Orange for the original Lemon and calls it On Guard…but it cannot compare to Thieves because Lemon assists the respiratory system and Orange does not.  Actually, Lemon doesn’t just assist the respiratory system, it is great for the respiratory system.  I diffuse Lemon EO whenever I’m sitting at the computer.  As long as you are satisfied with the results of the EOs you purchase, then everything is good.


@ Ipso…I’m not much of a follower so am not concerned as to what Dr. Mercola thinks about the various yogurts on the market.  Making yogurt is not difficult and when it is homemade it is free from ANY and ALL unnatural ingredients because there is no need to worry about shelf life.  But I did like his superfoods article and thank you for it.

Anti-petrodollar CEO of French Energy Giant

Posted by commish @ 21:51 on October 20, 2014  

6141677f2d6754108deb0bcfc48dd8fe818b5c8dTotal Dies in freak plane crash in Moscow. http://zerohedge.com


You know accidents happen.

tell me again how it makes sense to put all medical records online

Posted by Floridagold @ 21:08 on October 20, 2014  

Officials warn 500 million financial records hacked


WASHINGTON — Federal officials warned companies Monday that hackers have stolen more than 500 million financial records over the past 12 months, essentially breaking into banks without ever entering a building.

“We’re in a day when a person can commit about 15,000 bank robberies sitting in their basement,” said Robert Anderson, executive assistant director of the FBI’s Criminal Cyber Response and Services Branch.

The U.S. financial sector is one of the most targeted in the world, FBI and Secret Service officials told business leaders at a cybersecurity event organized by the Financial Services Roundtable. The event came in the wake of mass hacking attacks against Target, Home Depot, JPMorgan Chase and other financial institutions.

“You’re going to be hacked,” Joseph Demarest, assistant director of the FBI’s cyberdivision, told the business leaders. “Have a plan.”

Nearly 439 million records were stolen in the past six months, said Supervisory Special Agent Jason Truppi of the FBI. Nearly 519 million records were stolen in the past 12 months, he said.

About 35% of the thefts were from website breaches, 22% were from cyberespionage, 14% occurred at the point of sale when someone bought something at a retail store, and 9% came when someone swiped a credit or debit card, the FBI said.

About 110 million Americans — equivalent to about 50% of U.S. adults — have had their personal data exposed in some form in the past year, said Tim Pawlenty, president of the Financial Services Roundtable and the former governor of Minnesota.

About 80% of hacking victims in the business community didn’t even realize they’d been hacked until they were told by government investigators, vendors or customers, according to a recent study by Verizon cited by Pawlenty.

Businesses need to reach out to the FBI and Secret Service for tips on how to protect their data before something happens, agents said. If a business is hacked, company officials need to contact government agents rather than trying to keep the attack quiet and deal with it internally, the FBI said. “No one is going to solve this problem on their own,” said Supervisory Special Agent Thomas Grasso of the FBI. “This is something we all need to work together on.”

FBI and Secret Service officials say they have taken down international hackers with the help of U.S. companies and international law enforcement allies overseas. Agents said many of the attacks against U.S. companies are done by cybercriminals in other nations.

One Romanian hacker was lured to Boston by Secret Service Special Agent Matt O’Neill, who used the Internet to pose as a woman and invite the cybercriminal on a trip to the USA to enjoy gambling and romance. “He was quite surprised that I was the one meeting him when he arrived,” said O’Neill, who worked on the case for months.

The man was arrested and is serving seven years in a U.S. prison. Romanian authorities extradited one of his co-conspirators to the USA, reflecting stronger partnerships between U.S. law enforcement authorities and U.S. allies to catch hackers.

“Five years ago, we would have focused on whether the (hacker) was in the United States where we could get our hands on them,” Grasso said. “Today, we’re going to team up with our overseas law enforcement partners and go after them.”

Congress could help by passing cybersecurity legislation to update surveillance laws and give federal agents greater authority to go after cybercriminals, Pawlenty said. The House has passed a bill that the Senate has not taken up. The Senate has taken a piecemeal approach, approving one bill that would make it easier for the Department of Homeland Security to hire cybersecurity experts.

“Our government and our businesses are in a daily fight against hackers,” Pawlenty said. “It’s getting increasingly concerning, and it needs to be met with action by Congress.”

Hey Winedoc….Got Some Music For You Tonight.

Posted by Farmboy @ 20:03 on October 20, 2014  


Happy Hour ……. and the “Barter System”

Posted by winedoc @ 18:42 on October 20, 2014  

Don’t tell Revenue Canada ……….

But I filled out  a few forms for 6  cans of Newfoundland Bottled Moose

Hmmm ………

? Moose pizza

Sorry, strictly for stew or heated and straight out-a the jar



‘ Evening Friends


Eeos 17:59 Fire’s Always On ……..

Posted by winedoc @ 18:38 on October 20, 2014  

My Oven is a Toscana 90 from Forno Bravo  San Diego CA

this is the site with pizza recipes …….



well we’d love to come over for dinner

Posted by eeos @ 17:59 on October 20, 2014  

we all love pizza in my family. We’re partial to a thin crust do you have any good recipes?

Eeos 16:58

Posted by winedoc @ 17:33 on October 20, 2014  

“One of the reasons”  for high wood pricing in Nova Scotia ……. wood cutters previously could cut on Gov’y Land (for a small fee/lease arrangement) or on Private land.   Gov’y has “arranged”   that Crown land wood cutting would go all to the local pulp and paper mills  (sweet little deal) ,  putting a squeeze on private woodlot owners and prices of course  rose this year for Joe Six Pack.


But,  I aint heating my house ……. just making pizzas ……..

Great to hear from ya




Posted by eeos @ 16:58 on October 20, 2014  

He didn’t stack it this year….because of “inflation”. That was an “extra” service. My brother in law orders a cord every year on craigslist in CA and his guy tells him he poaches the wood here and there. Ha.

Happy Hour: Inflation ….. Cord of wood $285 CDN (cash)

Posted by winedoc @ 16:42 on October 20, 2014  



……… Not so Happy, I have to stack it !!



How’s that scum check list tdy

Posted by Maddog @ 16:10 on October 20, 2014  

Stock mkt Ok all indeces are plus after a poor Dow start = Ok

Interest rates are  down = Ok

Oil down = Ok

Pm’s Up not good but Silver still in morgue = Could do better.

Pm stox Up = Not Good….Better make sure only a rally to sell into.


Insider Overview :: Barisan Gold Corporation (V:BG)

Posted by pgr2.45 @ 15:06 on October 20, 2014  


Disclosure: I own a few shares of BG as result of spin-off from another company.

BG insider

Richard640 @ 14:51

Posted by Floridagold @ 15:01 on October 20, 2014  

IF, he and his family is so concerned,  they can go get all the money they have and divide it into 100 piles – keep one – and then give 99 others a pile the same size.    WHA LA –  then they can all be equal and they can be HAPPY!

OR,  he and his family can give it ALL to me and I will give them a feather so that we all will be tickled pink! 🙂

Trans Pacific Partnership, Its Finally Our Turn Now

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:54 on October 20, 2014  

Its a late start, hopefully not too little too late. Read it yourselves. We dropped our tariffs starting gradually 50 years ago. But our exports were still tariffed. To create higher living standards developing nations. Now its the worlds turn to drop tariffs on us.

The USA. “If I show you mine, will you show me yours afterward?”


Trans-Pacific Partnership: Summary of U.S. Objectives
With the elimination of TPP countries’ tariffs on manufactured products, including innovative and high technology products, such as industrial and electrical machinery, precision and scientific instruments, and chemicals and plastics, U.S. products will compete on a more level playing field with goods from TPP countries’ other free trade agreement (FTA) partners – including China, India, and the EU.

As just one example, certain U.S. auto parts currently face a 27-percent tariff entering Vietnam. Other countries that have an FTA with Vietnam, such as China, Thailand, and Indonesia, export their auto parts to Vietnam duty free. By eliminating duties U.S. auto parts companies face, TPP would help boost their competitiveness in the Vietnamese market.



Environmental stewardship is a core value and advancing environmental protection and conservation efforts across the Asia-Pacific region is a key priority for the United States in TPP. In addition to core environment obligations, we are seeking trailblazing, first-ever conservation proposals to address some of the region’s most urgent environmental challenges.

Region’s most urgent environmental challenges.
Ya know what THAT mans?? CHINA industries are gunna get muzzled real good, and force businesses to move to a more friendly place, hopefully the USA.

This morning on CNBC i heard from Omega, and formerly GoldmanSachs, Leon Cooperman say: my family and I are concerned about income inequality. eom

Posted by Richard640 @ 14:51 on October 20, 2014  

goldielocks @ 14:28

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:44 on October 20, 2014  

Some people have no soul.

no msg in fermented soy, Goldi–those that produce fermented soy

Posted by Richard640 @ 14:43 on October 20, 2014  

are health nuts to begin with

silverngold @ 11:42 Another Major Reversal

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:32 on October 20, 2014  

Re your post re trash the environment. Is very good for prosperity. Cleaning the environment started stared decades ago that gradually killed the working man prosperity and raised taxes, bigger budget deficits etc that resulted in the messes of today.

Lots of coal states and counties peoples and businesses are hurting these days, for what?? Global warming baloney? Check engine lights and speed cameras are robbing us too.

We can only put 7 rounds in a 10 round clip??? Shows how the stupid and emotional the leaders of the past were.

Hunter finds 20 abandoned puppies

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:28 on October 20, 2014  

Trouble with link

try again


Richard on Soy

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:33 on October 20, 2014  

The more I read about soy the more I don’t like even though I liked soy.  Even if fermented do you have to watch out for MSG a neurotoxin.

The Cartel is brilliant-gold is well contained-we had the perfect storm the other day

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:05 on October 20, 2014  

of ebola-falling stocks etc–and gold is just comatose–nether bull nor bear is gonna make any coin for now-gold is a perennial disappointment

I bought 10K shares of century aluminum for $2 a share–and took a buck profit on it banck in 2008-9–now its 12 bucks…600%…better’n gold…[grumble! grouse! etc]

France’s prolonged economic death rattle has been made possible by running annual deficits larger by half than the 3%

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:01 on October 20, 2014  

Rick Ackerman writes=

And useless as well. France’s prolonged economic death rattle has been made possible by running annual deficits larger by half than the 3% “allowed” by Brussels. And now, channeling de Gaulle for what could turn out to be France’s last hurrah, the French have flouted Merckel’s authority, and common sense itself, by proposing to remedy the problem by hiring more government workers and expanding tax breaks. Portugal, Greece, Spain and the other deadbeat rabble have been cheering them on, and why not? They think they have nothing to lose — that Germany is the only country with any skin in the game. Their folly is about to be laid bare, however, unless Germany gives in and allows Europe’s Central Bank to monetize the collective debts of Europe Fed-style.

Organic Egg report

Posted by newtogold @ 12:58 on October 20, 2014  


The E.U. is on a death watch…could an economic basket case like Spain have returned to the debt market with a straight face.

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:58 on October 20, 2014  

Rick Ackerman writes=

News of Europe’s economic problems has seemed to ebb and flow with interest rate fluctuations in sovereign debt. However, even the unschooled observer can see not only that nothing has changed fundamentally, but that economic conditions have steadily worsened. This is notwithstanding the rally in bond prices, particularly Spain’s, on the flimsy pretext that Europe’s supposed recovery was gaining traction.

Only in a financial world ruled by desperation, and by yield-seekers delusionally oblivious to risk, could an economic basket case like Spain have returned to the debt market with a straight face.

France’s money problems are of course orders of magnitude larger than Spain’s, and hubris alone will not pay the mounting social costs of a nation that has promised far more benefits and job security than it can afford. The statist dream that has galvanized Europe’s elites will die hardest in France, whose claim to great-power status in Europe has grown increasingly hollow over the last 40 years. A showdown between Germany and France looms, and the economic implosion it will set in motion promises to be worse than the ravages of the Second World War. Unfortunately, there is no other way to wrest Europe’s fortunes from the asphyxiating grip of folly, hubris and false promises.

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