Thank you Strom, This is one of those small inhumanities no one ever considers. I am definitely switching to memory foam now. I unfortunatley do not have an article for you but this was quite eyeopening
So needless to say I am writing this from home, as everyone because of your friendly neighborhood corona virus. And honestly I gotta say, I’d rather be in school. My friends are there, it gives me something to do
All the previous conspiracy “theories” we have looked at have been relatively mundane, believable, and plausible even. Today however we go into deeper waters and move from the wading pool we’ve dipped our feet
Well I can’t say I am surprised. Thanks for your post. It seems to be another nail in the coffin of secret government agencies trying to undermine its citizens. Secrecy is often a sign of corruption in these sort of events, and there silence speaks louder than words. For further info check this out.
This is quite the interesting post, to say the least. When I first saw this I thought “Oh great, another ridiculous conspiracy theory.” But then when I saw the unclassified document it changed EVERYTHING. I can’t say I’ve ever seen another conspiracy theory backed with evidence quite like this!
What if I were to tell you that once a year approximately 130 of the world’s most powerful politicians, business tycoons, generals, and royalty all gathered together to discuss the future of politics, economics o
Hey Micheal! I just finished reading your essay and what I first want to say is that your title pulled me in immediately. Just like a click-baited YouTube video you were able to say just enough for me to want to read it. Its so cool to hear about how these important people all met up in one location for 1 day to discuss disclosed information!
Many a conspiracy theory was born when news of Jeffrey Epstein’s imprisonment reached the American public. A powerful financier running a pedophile island with connections to some of America’s most powerful eli
Knew Epstein didn’t kill himself. He gets put on suicide watch but ends up “killing himself”. The fact that the three neck fractures were found, clearly indicates he was killed. Clintons are back at it again.
What a wacky, silly guy. I never for a minute thought that Epstein killed himself and I’m definitely under the impression that he was killed in order to prevent him from spilling any of his dirty little secrets. One thing is for sure, this whole incident is crazier than a box of frogs.
Hey there Eggert, its Cam. I saw your post and the photo got my attention. Over the last couple of years I’ve gotten to see you work in tech and I’ve seen you grow with your “technical stuff”. I don’t know a lot about being apart of a great power and of someone who is intelligent, who has made it far in life. But Bill Gates once said, “Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.” and what I get from that is you have to work for success. You can’t let anything get in your way of doing what you believe in and to never give up.
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