“But Brawndo’s got what plants crave. It’s got electrolytes.“

“But Brawndo’s got what plants crave. It’s got electrolytes.“

The Secretary of State, from Mike Judge’s “Idiocracy“, 2006

 

“Naturally, with more tiger trout available, our rod-and-reel state record has been growing with the passing of time.”

Daryl Bauer, Nebraska Game and Parks’ fisheries outreach program manager, September 7, 2018

 

 

 

 

September 11, 2018 – . The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commission reported that Michael Gatus of Hoosick Falls broke the state record for longnose gar with a 14-pound, 10-ounce fish on Aug. 18 at Lake Champlain.

September 10, 2018 – DEC commissioner Basil Seggos announced that the gar, caught using chunk bait, broke the 1999 state record by 1 1/2 pounds.

September 10, 2018 – Michael Gatus, of Hoosick Falls, caught a 14 lb., 10 oz., longnose gar from Lake Champlain in Washington County on Aug. 18 using chunk bait. The catch broke the 1999 New York State record by more than 1½ pounds.

September 11, 2018 – Michael Gatus of Hoosick Falls caught a 14 lb., 10 oz., longnose gar – the catch broke a New York State record set in 1999 by nearly two pounds.

August, 2018 – Mike’s fish more than doubled the old underwater spearfishing record for bigmouth buffalo, a record that had been on the books since 1997.

 

 

 

Idiocracy” is shown on TV almost as seldom as “An Inconvenient Truth“, which you may have noticed is never shown on television, or in schools.

It’s September 2018, and Nature is booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in my lifetime. There’s a global news blackout in place on the subject, and it’s particularly easy to see when one is researching animal records in general, and fish records in particular.

That’s because they’re trying to keep a lid on the complete scam – or I should say broad half-truth – that is mean-spirited Western materialism. The existence of the Ether and it’s role in life on Earth has been largely expunged from existence, and for very good reason – to leave the miscreants doing the expunging alone with the field to themselves, to do what they will with.

“Do what thou wilt” is their motto, you know.

They’ve been busy for several thousands of years building and expanding a global Death-energy matrix which is being unknitted and transformed as I write this by the also-global distribution of countless inexpensive Orgonite devices.

I researched a bunch of articles on Michael Gatus’ record New York State longnose  gar, and not one of them would tell me the weight of the previous record, or exactly when it was set, or who set it. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.”

Using the broad range of weights all of those different articles provided, I can tell you the new record is 11 to 13.5% above the old. You wouldn’t know that from reading the articles, because that statistic was carefully withheld from all of them. So I had to do the math.

Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. If this thread were not completely filled with other recent double-digit animal records from across the globe, we could call it a coincidence and adjourn class early.

Please take care to note that the lowest (and demonstrably inaccurate) weight is tabled by the Government talking head, who’s lying baldfacedly as ordered as part of the wider news blackout we’re discussing.

But, now that you’ve gotten wise to the Confidence game being worked, here, I would urge you to be careful about spreading all this around. Because seeing a Fed caught in the act of lying baldfacedly, and then after further reviewing all the news accounts in a row, with all of them using the same narrow set of tactics to hedge and defray, won’t move a dedicated Coincidence Theorist, who would say something like “they’re all just lazy and repeat the same story”, or “but if there were Some Big Conspiracy, you couldn’t keep it a secret. Someone would notice, someone would speak up.” Yes!

But not everyone gets things at the same time. So it only takes a subset, and then everyone gets it, as the “hundredth monkey” story elucidates. Then it’s “everybody knows that.”

My recommendation is, now that you’ve figured out what’s going on, don’t tell anyone else, as they’ll just freak out, and project on you. Just get gifting.

And please consider further advancing this cause by writing about it here on this forum.

I don’t talk with friends and family about gifting (having discussed it with them once). When they, or friends visit, no one mentions the Orgonite devices sitting about, whether we’ve discussed Orgonite previously or no.

Only one person, in the last 14 years, has said something. On her first visit to our home, a Japanese friend in her 30’s, who had moved to the U.S. some years before, picked up the Don Bradley Special Creation that sits next to my stereo. She walked right up to it, smiled, picked it up and said “what is this?” I said “it’s called Orgonite, it’s a simple device said to balance and clean energy. That’s why I keep it next to the electronics.” I think she said “I see”, or something like that, but there was no further discussion. Now that I’m recalling it, I remember that it was her then three-year-old daughter who first picked it up, and then the mother took it from her and asked about it. The daughter was smiling and laughing and picked it right up.

But her mom is the only person I can recall who’s ever asked. I think it’s a striking-looking thing, and unusual, and so would reasonably invite wider comment.

I think that most people must subconsciously block themselves from “seeing” it to remove themselves from having to deal with the larger situation we all find ourselves in. And, lastly, on some level, the herd knows it is a forbidden subject.

Which I get. I’ve been in denial about things in my life. In fact, in my 20’s, before the internet, I was researching Cryptozoology and UFO’s, but the “Conspiracy” section? Never hardly cracked one book. And now look at my ridiculous life!

We all learn things at different times.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

August, 2018 – The first to cross my desk was a bigmouth buffalo speared by Mike Ban from Colorado.  Mike was diving on a private sandpit in Dawson County when he speared his 30 pound 7 ounce buff.

Mike’s fish more than doubled the old underwater spearfishing record for bigmouth buffalo, a record that had been on the books since 1997.

 

September 7, 2018 – Lincoln, NE – Four state fish records recently certified

Four state fish records recently were certified by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Three records were for underwater spearfishing and one for rod and reel.

They are:

– Mike Ban of Elbert, Colo., speared a 30-pound, 7-ounce bigmouth buffalo June 27 at a private sandpit in Dawson County.

– Ryan Malo of Cheyenne, Wyo., speared a 16-pound, 2-ounce wiper July 1 at Lake McConaughy in Keith County.

– Ryan Reynolds of Lexington speared an 8-pound, 12-ounce river carpsucker July 14 at Lake McConaughy.

– Don Musser of Tryon caught a 3-pound, 15-ounce tiger trout on rod and reel with a nightcrawler Aug. 20 at the Sutherland Supply Canal near Paxton in Keith County.

“Tiger trout are a hybrid [brown and brook trout] that does occur rarely in the wild, but in recent years our Nebraska state fish hatcheries have grown these fish and stocked them in a number of Nebraska waters,” said Daryl Bauer, Game and Parks’ fisheries outreach program manager. “Naturally, with more tiger trout available, our rod-and-reel state record has been growing with the passing of time.”

 

September 10, 2018 – DEC commissioner Basil Seggos announced that the gar, caught using chunk bait, broke the 1999 state record by 1 1/2 pounds.

 

September 10, 2018 – Rensselaer County Angler Catches State Record Fish

Longnose gar is third state record fish caught this year

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner (DEC) Basil Seggos announced today that a new state record fish – the third this year – was caught in August, breaking a longstanding record for longnose gar. Michael Gatus, of Hoosick Falls, caught a 14 lb., 10 oz., longnose gar from Lake Champlain in Washington County on Aug. 18 using chunk bait. The catch broke the 1999 New York State record by more than 1½ pounds.

 

September 11, 2018 – Michael Gatus of Hoosick Falls caught a 14 lb., 10 oz., longnose gar from … The catch broke a New York State record set in 1999 by nearly two pounds”.

 

September 11, 2018 – . The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commission reported that Michael Gatus of Hoosick Falls broke the state record for longnose gar with a 14-pound, 10-ounce fish on Aug. 18 at Lake Champlain.

Michael Gatus with the 14-pound, 10-ounce longnose gar he caught from Lake Champlain on August 18, 2018. Gatus caught the record using chuck bait, breaking the old mark set in 1999.

 

 

2 thoughts on ““But Brawndo’s got what plants crave. It’s got electrolytes.“

  1. Morgan

    “Like water, from out the toilet?”
    Awesome post Jeff, thanks. It’s a daily occurrence that someone makes eye contact with my Harmonic Protector, and then purposely looks away. When someone does ask, I happily explain it and receive the same response from your friend. Each to their own path I guess.
    Morgan.

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