I’m only going to post the link to Phil’s replay from his Rapid Fire Q & A last night.
It was another great one and should make most people feel really encouraged that all of this is truly just about over.
REPLAY —Phil answers Yes or No questions from his LIVE audience across multiple platforms. (1 hr 20 mins):
I will let you listen for yourselves, but one thing I want to point out is that Phil confirmed that Putin is basically done in Ukraine, and will also be in DC this week, and will meet with President Trump there (President Trump is speaking in DC today, for the first time since he said goodbye on Jan 20, 2021).
I thought that was really awesome news.
Today is the first anniversary of the death of my dear freind, Kent. I just want to kind of take it easy on the war today. (I have to say, I’m glad Kent did not live long enough to see NASA exposed for what it actually is. Kent worked for NASA for many years. He was a geologist.)
Other than that —
The hits just keep on coming, gang. Yesterday morning, in a rush, I got on Amazon to buy my boy-cat more of his homeopathic drops for his kidneys before I dashed off to work. I was in such a rush that I didn’t get on the VPN. (!!) Never again will I do that.
I think I was on Amazon for, literally, 3 minutes — and someone, yet again, hacked my fucking debit card.
Third time this has happened to me in 12 months (not online — this was the first time it happened to me online.) (And, yes, I have a metal wallet.)
If you think I feel targetted, you would be absolutely correct. I won’t give you a list of the various kinds of shit they have done to me in these last 2 and 1/2 years, since I turned my blog over to the Q stuff. But it has been considerable and it has been endless — my home, my phone, my Internet, my job. And it is exhausting, but on we go, gang. This shit is almost over, and, as always, I am really grateful for all the good stuff that has happened to me, too — keeping me from going completely under around here. I know someone looks out for me, don’t know who it is, but I am so grateful that they do and on we go.
So have a terrific Tuesday, wherever you are in the world right now.
Thanks for visiting, gang. I love you guys. See ya!!
I leave you with a song for Kent. One thing he and I always loved was music. We met in English class, when we were 13 years old (1973), and he died when we were 61. So that is a nice long time to share a love for music. (And literature and movies and art.)
Anyway — this is for Kent. I miss you, baby. You made my long & crazy life more bearable. Lou Reed’s “Crazy Feeling” from his 1976 album, Coney Island Baby. (I miss it all, Kent. I miss it all. I will see you again one day, amigo.)