One Day Closer to A Happy New Year!

Okay, gang. A lot seems to be happening in Iraq but not a whole lot happening here. Except for the constant chaos, that is.

Still, it appears to be all good news in Iraq (?), which is good news for us — Ne s ar a/Ge sa r a-wise: Restored Republic news update (CAUTION: update also includes disturbing details re: torture of children) (18 mins):

RV and Ne s ara / G e s a r a does sound imminent, though: the banks that will still be in business here after January 1st, apparently already have their US Treasury Notes (aka Rainbow Currency) ready to go: Sh a ri R a ye news update (37 mins):

Tarot by Janine also had an encouraging update for the end of December (22 mins):

And il donaldo trumpo shared some encouraging photos of our men & women in uniform (I don’t know about you, but I found these photos extremely awesome):

And oddly enough, that was all I found of real interest on tel e g ram: The armed forces saying nothing about v a xes or masks or l*ckdowns or even war. Just messages of strength and hope. The rest of te le gr am was just more of the usual noisy chaos. (And people are dying all over the place, for sure. But you don’t need my blog you tell you that.)

In the UK, at least, apparently New Year’s Eve is back on, sort of:

Voice of Reason UK: 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 NYE Back On 🤮 Shove It Up Your Tuchus Boris 🤬 (Mine Was Never Off) (4 mins):

R*d P * ll 78 had an update from US Freedom Flyers: VACCINE INJURED PILOT STEPS FORWARD (35 mins):


And, honestly, that was all I really found, news-wise, that was worth sharing today.

The world around Tiny Town is in that post-Christmas quiet place, which is actually kind of nice.

And my long time friend/collaborator/business partner, Peitor, just sent me a photo of where he is standing right this minute, in Nice, France (where he currently lives). Proving that Nice is nice, too!

Quite different from Tiny Town! It is still dark here, and still rainy. But peaceful and quiet. We have no v a x mandates here, no m*sk mandates. No protests. We have guns, churches, and Tr**p flags, instead. And our gas price is $2.74 a gallon. Not bad. Also — we’ve been getting some very unusual stuff done to all of our telephone poles, lately — I can’t help but wonder if this is part of the Tesla energy that is coming?? I guess we’re gonna find out!

And I guess that is it for today, gang.

Have a terrific Tuesday, wherever you are in the world!! Thanks for visiting. I love you guys. See ya!

I leave you with my driving to work in the rain music from yesterday morning! Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, “Babe, You Turn Me On,” 2004:

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