Bits & Bytes

BORDER: Fox News year end summary [6:14].

CANCEL CULTURE: CLICK [1:14] to hear a report on Big Tech’s censorship of COVID information. CLICK below to read how Twitter’s ban on vaccine expert Robert W. Malone, M.D. set off “the Mother of all Backfires.” Joe Rogan’s interview of Malone is posted @

FAUXTUS: CLICK [3:37] for Newsmax’s choice of his top bumbles and blunders for 2021.

PUBLIC SCHOOL PORN: CLICK [5:14] to see clips from a Hudson, Ohio, school board meeting. Although the controversial book has been in use for years, no member of the board has resigned.

RESIST: CLICK [:30] of how the Dutch responded to the government’s ban on fireworks for New Year’s Eve.

CLICK [2:20] to see how Italians responded to the same ban.

TWITTER: Media company Grabien News has been suspended for posting a tweet containing a video of Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) saying that Big Pharma won’t consider therapeutics like hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, because they’re cheap. Twitter said the tweet violating its policy about “spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19.”

VAXXX: “Nearly 50 years ago, medical sociologists John and Sonja McKinlay examined death rates from 10 serious diseases: tuberculosis, scarlet fever, influenza, pneumonia, diphtheria, whooping cough, measles, smallpox, typhoid, and polio. In each case, the new therapy or vaccine credited with overcoming it was introduced well after the disease was in decline.

“More recently, historian Thomas McKeown noted that deaths from bronchitis, pneumonia, and influenza had begun rapidly falling 35 years before the introduction of new medicines that were credited with their conquest. These historical analyses are relevant to the current pandemic.”

GRAMMY NOTES: Mama Buzz has requested daily photos of my drawings and paintings. She had a fabulous art teacher in high school and is really good at giving not just ooh ahh praise and encouragement, but also genuinely helpful advice. She just sent this text:

I love the fact that God not only gifted you with artistic talent (and the drive to practice the skills) but also that you are able to apply it to so many different media! It’s an absolute joy to get to watch the progress as well as feast my eyes on the results!

It’s dusty in here all of a sudden.

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  1. I love those fireworks in Amsterdam!

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