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I hope that winedoc fella finally got his Triumph to fire…

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:28 on September 7, 2020  

Only so many motorcycle parts…

How Y’all doing? Just logged in to see what’s happening. I see SnG is going strong.

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:13 on September 7, 2020  

I keep thinking I should do a road trip into SnG territory and flap the breeze while checking out Westhaven drills.

You all are the salt of the earth types…

“In the end Donald Trump wins, and in the end, GOD WINS!”

Posted by silverngold @ 21:50 on September 7, 2020  

Stop Gaslighting Us!

Posted by silverngold @ 21:03 on September 7, 2020  
Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I crazy?” 
If you have, you’re not crazy. 
You’re most likely being gaslighted. 
Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse 
aimed at controlling a person by altering reality 
to the point where the person will doubt his own sanity.
A good example is pretending the common cold
is a deadly pandemic in order to enslave humanity
by destroying human rights and livelihoods.
by Anonymous

Ben Swan on Moderna deception. They do not hold a legal patent for a Covid-19 vaccine they tried to patent 10 months before (supposedly) anyone even knew there was a Covid-19 virus. Worth a listen!

Posted by silverngold @ 20:24 on September 7, 2020  

Lotsa DIRT exposed on Fauci and Moderna.


Oklahoma shale pioneer Chesapeake Energy files for Chapter 11 protection

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:21 on September 7, 2020  

OKLAHOMA CITY – Chesapeake Energy Corp filed for Chapter 11 over the weekend, becoming the largest U.S. oil and gas producer to seek bankruptcy protection in recent years as it bowed to heavy debts and the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on energy markets.

The Oklahoma City-based shale pioneer, co-founded by late wildcatter Aubrey McClendon, submitted the Chapter 11 filing in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, according to a company statement.

“Chesapeake intends to use the proceedings to strengthen its balance sheet and restructure its legacy contractual obligations to achieve a more sustainable capital structure,” the statement said, adding its operations would continue during the process.

Under the restructuring plan, Chesapeake will aim to eliminate approximately US$7 billion of its debt.

The company has entered into a restructuring support agreement, which has the full backing of lenders to its main revolving credit facility as well as varying degrees of support from other creditor classes.

Oklahoma shale pioneer Chesapeake Energy files for Chapter 11 protection

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:00 on September 7, 2020  


Posted by Maya @ 16:39 on September 7, 2020  



Sng or Goldcountry

Posted by goldielocks @ 16:00 on September 7, 2020  

I haven’t looked into other reasons for the fire but do you think there is a possibility of some kind of surge that could be so hot it started fires since all metals were affected?
When I was young I had a apt in Southern California. One night I awoke fo a buzzing sound looked outside to see a live electric site was down and jumping in and out of a pool lighting up the pool. Seriously this live wire looked alive. It curled up like a snake and the top of it bent over and looked like it was looking around on which way to go turning left and right and stopped facing me and I though uh oh lol. It then got on the ground slithered over a chain fence to the next apt and saw it suddenly going into the laundry room. I thought I hope no one is in there then suddenly BOOM the whole thing exploded. I guess it hit the gas line in there. I ran around to make sure everyone was out just in time as some places their apt were on fire In complete flames just that fast.


Posted by goldielocks @ 15:46 on September 7, 2020  

Now they have a exit tax for the wealthy and no doubt demos trickle down taxation will eventually include anyone. How is this even constitutional? It’s also hand to mouth mentality.
As is they can reach in your bank account anytime. While separates I know a woman who’s husband although divorced they reached into her bank account took money over a tax he owed while they were still married.
Imagine how bad it will get if they can eliminate cash.

Along the same lines.

Posted by silverngold @ 14:26 on September 7, 2020  

goldcountry @ 13:37 I feared as much!!

Posted by silverngold @ 14:02 on September 7, 2020  

I’ve been to Paradise in the distant past but it was much smaller then. Considered buying an apple orchard there. I’d like to hear your story sometime although it might be painful for you to recall. I see the same “signature” on many disasters in recent years. including some here in BC. Microwave cooking at it’s worst, and lotsa Karma to be faced IMO!!

silverngold @ 11:48 Paradise fire–It’s all true!

Posted by goldcountry @ 13:37 on September 7, 2020  

I was there.

Lotsa good info on the economy that rings the right bells!

Posted by silverngold @ 13:19 on September 7, 2020  

Here’s another strange one. It was the first of several that were never explained.

Posted by silverngold @ 11:48 on September 7, 2020  

Over 600 people have never been accounted for and the fires seemed to target each and every home, melted steel, but left other things like plastic and trees almost untouched? Very suspiciously weird!!

A friend sent this to me – I cannot verify it , but it sounds reasonable .

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 1:23 on September 7, 2020  

Article from Quora:
I was a victim of California’s Franchise Tax Board for several years. I DID NOT owe the tax, and I refused to pay. I live in Oregon. Never lived in California. Never worked in California. I refuse to travel through California, or even fly over the state. I banked with Bank of America, and all of a sudden I got a call from BofA, saying that my checking account was seized by the state of California for taxes owed. I investigated and found that the government of California talked with all banks that had branches in California, and demanded that those banks give them personal account numbers, under threat of not being allowed to operate their banks in California. My attorney, on behalf of me and a bunch of others in similar circumstances, sued California, and we won. California refused to pay, and appealed to the State of Appeals court. We won that one, too. California refused to pay and said they were appealing to the State Supreme Court. Just before the court date, we received a letter from California stating that they were not going to go to court. We all got reimbursed for our losses, including the illegal taxes, penalties, and interest. The penalties and interest were MORE than the taxes. They used that threat of penalties as a club when trying to intimidate us to pay the taxes that we knew we didn’t owe. The California Franchise Tax Board is a group of unprincipled crooks, who do WHATEVER is in the best interest of the state, legal or not! If California is out to get your money – DO NOT deal with a bank that has a branch in California. And – DO NOT send them ANY personal check because they will place a lien on your accounts, and in order to grab money from your account, they have to know the bank that you deal with, AND your account number.


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