Injections Of Insanity

22 Jul 19
White Springs Journal

SURPRISE!!!  SURPRISE!!!   CALIFORNIA  Legislative Year Closed on Friday. So what did they accomplish during this high pressure year in Sacramento?  Here are some of the highlights of the session:   * Passed Cap-n-Trade Tax which will increase gas 0.63 to 0.93 cents a gallon change and the taxes that go with it.     * Proposed increase on a new […]

22 Jul 19
Ben the Baptist

What the Bible prescribes for murderers and other violent criminals.

21 Jul 19
Tempests Follow

Humans and Dark Matter The root systems of higher functions                                Photo by Rakicevic Nenad from Pexels Most of us have heard the term dark matter, or dark energy. While most just check it off as science stuff, over the head, and the […]

19 Jul 19
Far East Cynic

I’m still in the US as a part of a fairly protracted personal project and have been very busy. It’s been an insane few weeks on the national scale, not the least of which has to do with the display of outright fascism we saw in North Carolina last night. However it’s the week of […]

19 Jul 19
Unconventional Perfection

If the definition of insanity is to repeat the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result, then call me insane! We were told that when we were ready to try for baby number two, to try naturally for six months, then come back in for a chat. So after six months, that’s […]

18 Jul 19
MamaAfrica Speaks

In life, besides love, there’s dislike and there’s hate. Dislike is usually a feeling of dissatisfaction or inappreciation which in most times goes away after a while. This will happen if at some point the person or thing you dislike really gets to save you from a deep hit or fall; like you know, save […]

15 Jul 19
Dispatches from the Asylum

When we are surrounded by surveillance insanity…this is what we get because we continue to put up with it: In a recent statement, Google admitted that they were listening to some of their customers through the Google Home smart speakers, which are always listening, and recording. The company said that they only use .2% of […]

10 Jul 19
Marcellus Drilling News

MARCELLUS/UTICA REGION: Only explosion from natural gas leak came on social media; Thrasher says WV’s economy could slow after natural gas boom; Three permits issued in Ohio’s Utica-Point Pleasant; OTHER U.S. REGIONS: Berkeley to consider prohibiting natural gas in new buildings; NATIONAL: In 2018, 90% of the natural gas used in the United States was […]

10 Jul 19
My smart blog 8850

five. Mortal Kombat The one which started all of it. Whilst it may well seem to be pixelated and dated now, it absolutely was definitely one of the most violent movie match of its time. Spawning a large fanbase, a movie, as well as a plethora of sequels, Many of us have probably performed Mortal […]

08 Jul 19
Archy news nety

By Teresa Reile Create the crisis and then "save us from it". The Hegelian dialectic of Problem-Reaction-Solution or Thesis: synthesis-antithesis is at work right now in New York and across the nation, brought in by people who want to enslave the population by creating a crisis so they can "save us from it". The Hegelian […]

08 Jul 19

By Teresa Reile Creating the crisis to then ‘save us from it’. The Hegelian Dialectic of Problem-Reaction-Solution or Thesis –Antithesis-Synthesis is hard at work right now in NYS and across the nation brought to you by the very people who want to enslave the population by creating crisis so that they can then ‘save us […]

07 Jul 19
Dispatches from the Asylum

Humans traversing the various paths of insanity presented to them each day via gooey electromagnetic images, with a few words scattered about to make it look like whatever jive they’re promoting is legit, are prone to suffer from episodes of nausea, mental fatigue, double vision, headaches, migraines and in some cases…projectile vomiting. How else can […]

06 Jul 19
Sanctum Meum

In June this year, I picked up Krakauer’s book at the classic Oxford Book Store in Darjeeling. To get back to the book- I bought it because of Krakauer’s classic mountaineering book “Into Thin Air“. And also for the movie adaptation of “Into the Wild”. I expected a riveting read from him and well…he delivered. […]

04 Jul 19
Rainne's Ramblings

Books I Read In June 2019 I read the five books from my to-read list on my Five on Friday (June 7th). I also read three more.   My Reviews: Game of Crones by Jay Raven Lynmouth Stories by L V Hay Injections of Insanity by Lorraine Mace The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson The Sentinel’s Reign by […]

04 Jul 19
Danganronpa: Magical Murder Spell

“Welcome back peasants!” Screeched NekoHime as we entered the trial grounds. Instead of a stained glass interior, this time there was an ominous, ancient temple theme. The tall, spacious walls were decorated with rusted stone, fire-lit lanterns, and unknown hieroglyphics. We filed into the familiar circle and took our places behind our podiums. This time, […]

02 Jul 19
Feed The Crime

I think June has been my best reading month ever! I can’t believe I finished 16 books and DNF’d 1! I dived into YA and Graphic Novels for the first time which I think made this month even more enjoyable. I also discovered I can borrow eBooks and audio books through my library on Libby, […]