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A Quick Evening Update!

The meeting with Sandra went great today. We both believe we finally have the best version of the play underway.

The new revisions are really fantastic. However, it turns out that I have 8 additional pages to revise by Monday— Sandra is heading back to Toronto on Tuesday and will meet with the director to go over all of Act One.

Since I have to work both Saturday and Sunday, this means I will likely be working on re-writes every spare moment.

I probably won’t be able to post to the blog again until Tuesday.

I didn’t want you to think I had just disappeared. Have a fantastic weekend, wherever you are in the world.

Also, ABC News is airing a Pride special on Tuesday, June 6th, here in the US. Sandra is one of the guests. She talks a little bit about our play! Tune in if you can!

Okay, see ya!

Thanks for visiting.🥰

Another Friday Hello From Incredible Crazeysburg!

First, a happy heavenly birthday to Charlie Watts. The best rock & roll drummer there ever was — he was the drummer for the Rolling Stones for 58 years (and I think that whole time, he would have rather been playing jazz).

Anyway. He passed away in the fall of 2021, from throat cancer. He was 80.

Greatly missed by so many!! RIP, Charlie.

Charlie Watts (far left) with the Stones in 1969
From “Shine A Light” 2008


Nick Cave continues his In Conversation book tour today, in support of the paperback release of Faith, Hope & Carnage, in Amsterdam. (There’s also an in-store signing, but this might have already happened, since I’m a trillion hours behind the Amsterdam time zone.)

If you’ve never been to one of his In Conversation thingies, you should attend one, or two — or several! They are wonderful!! (He had one here in my house back in 2019 and it was a complete delight!) (I am, of course, just kidding. But in the event something miraculous like that ever occurs, I am making a (really, really long) list of all the things I would like to converse about with Nick Cave! I’ll keep you posted.)

Meanwhile, here is an example of how thrilling it is to listen to Nick Cave read aloud. A treasured favorite of mine, he is reading the lyrics of “Dead Joe” in London, 1992 (1 minute):


A chance of a lifetime kind of thing will be coming up here soon, so keep your eyes peeled on this blog!

Yes! That is correct! Val in Brooklyn is helping me design a series of coffee mugs over at zazzle that feature the cover art of all my many, many books!!

Just when you thought you would never get to see the cover of 1954 Powder Blue Pickup, up close, while drinking coffee…

Or just when you were wondering: what the heck did the original cover of When the Night Stood Still look like? You can just glance down now, at your coffee mug, and refresh your memory!

(It looked like this, btw:

This is the only actual cover there ever was for this book. And yes, that means that this cover — which is all over the Internet:

–lovely as that cover is — is from a plagiarized, hard cover edition of my book that never, ever existed. And neither I nor the (now deceased) publisher make any money whatsoever off the sales of that edition. And when it first came out, it was selling for $300 a copy as a ‘rare collector’s edition.’)


I just thought it would be a fun idea, to have the covers of all my books on coffee mugs, because I have quite an extensive collection of coffee mugs. And then I thought: why not offer them for sale to everybody?

So I texted Val, who was hard at work, relaxing with a cold one, in her kiddie pool in her backyard in Brooklyn —

–this is a “cold one” in the event English is not your native language:

— and Val said, “Oh sure!! I’m happy to do it!!”

And that’s how a spectacular idea is born.

All righty.

I do have a few more revisions to do on the play here today. It is another gorgeous day and I just feel really happy about a whole lot of things, many of which revolve around this play! (“The Guide To Being Fabulous!”)

And I’m also looking forward to an extended phone chat with Peitor Angell, who is flying to NYC today from France, and so will be in my time zone for a number of days!!

Peitor and I have not only been close friends for 38 years, we are also partners in this:

Abstract Absurdity Productions

Our micro-short film production company.

So, I’m just feeling really excited about a lot of things.

Okay. Enjoy your fabulous Friday, wherever you are in the world!

Thanks for visiting!

I love you guys. See ya!


Music to feed cats by at 6am on a fabulous Friday!!

I Cannot Believe It!

I can’t believe that this (eternally young) hero from my wee bonny girlhood is 76 years old today!!

Ronnie Wood, 1975

And what’s even harder to wrap my mind around is that he’s been with the Rolling Stones for 48 years already…. When the heck did that happen??!!

I remember it like it was yesterday. I loved Ronnie when he was in the Faces, but the Stones were my absolute favorite band and so I was thrilled when he joined the Rolling Stones — and I was able to see him play with them in Cleveland, during their tour of the States in 1975. (And I was very close to the stage!!)

Anyway. A very happy birthday to Ronnie Wood!

Me and The Rolling Stones in Cleveland June 14th 1975

I think this is an extremely appropriate song for today! The Faces’ (Ronnie Wood singing) “Ooh La La” from 1973 (I just love this song!!):

In other important news…

In honor of Milk Day (whatever that is), Nick Cave’s Cave Things has that very wonderful bone china milk jug (in America, we call it a creamer) on sale for 50% off! It’s $26 (plus shipping) today only!

While I hesitate to promote anything that promotes the Devil (which is extremely difficult to navigate if you love Nick Cave…), I do love this little milk jug!

And the milk jug is named after one of my very favorite Nick Cave songs of all time, from the Bad Seeds album, Tender Prey, in 1988 – “Up Jumped The Devil”!!

In still more other important news–

The paperback edition of Faith, Hope & Carnage was released in the UK today — and it includes a special new chapter, “Two Years Later,” written in 2023! Not sure of the release date in the US, but it’s coming… (Buy it or pre-order it HERE)

If you missed this book:

MOJO 2022 Book Of The Year

Sunday Times 2022 Music Book Of The Year

Big Issue 2022 Book Of The Year

Telegraph 2022 Best Music Book Of The Year

A New Statesman 2022 Best Book Of The Year

Pitchfork Music 2022 Book Of The Year

“This beautiful book is a lament, a celebration, a howl, a secular prayer, a call to arms, a meditation & an exquisite articulation of the human condition. It will take your breath away” — Observer

If you want to see what it looks like out here around where I live — in the Hinterlands of Ohio– then watch this 3-minute video from Anthony Dupler!! It is from 3 days ago, in Hocking Hills:

And this is not related to Ohio, but I found it fascinating. A whole new (but very ancient. as it turns out!!) way of farming: The Power of Electroculture (1 hr 35 mins) (this is a private video, btw). I learned a lot:

In addition to being up to my eyeballs in re-writes of the play yesterday (“The Guide to Being Fabulous!”), I also took a webinar from Dr. Morse’s Herbal Health Club. It was on the function and protocols for the Urinary System.

If you are interested in herbal healing and naturopathic health, here is a link to the blog post that goes into what we learned in the (free) webinar yesterday. You can also sign up there for upcoming webinars. I think they will be offered once a month.

So, I did finally complete the re-writes needed for right now. Well, I sent them back to Sandra who, quite possibly, will send them back to me, needing additional changes. But we shall see!

I cannot stress enough how much I love this show, gang. She and I have been working on it for many years. And to see it finally going into production with such a prestigious theater — it is exciting.


If you recall, several weeks ago, a co-worker had some serious water damage done to her home, which caused serious electrical damage on top of it. And she had to move into a 2-room trailer with her very pregnant sister and 2 toddlers. So her two cats were getting seriously underfoot.

The 2 cats came to live with me until their home is ready to move back into. (About 3 more weeks or so.)

These wonderful boy cats were very terribly abused as kittens. My co-worker rescued them when they were 3 weeks old and had been discarded in a dumpster (with horrible stuff done to their tiny faces).

They are grown now, and are healthy, happy cats. However, one of the cats, Indy, does not like to be around people so he stays up in my storage closet and only comes out at night, when I’m asleep.

But Al immediately became my very best friend!! What a great companion he is. The only problem is that he fights with every single one of my other cats — including the two cats outdoors, if he can escape fast enough and get out the kitchen door when I’m coming in!

That aside, I adore this little guy. Here he is this morning, on my bed, as the sun was coming up and I was having my coffee:

Al the cat

And that is kind of it in my world this morning! Phil is off and getting ready for his wedding and honeymoon, so things are quiet over there for now.

And in other birthday news…

My ex-husband, Wayne, turned 69 years old today! I’m not sure how that happened, either, but it did! He was 38 when we met…

We spoke briefly on the phone this morning and he told me some incredibly disgusting but very very funny jokes! Happy Birthday, Wayne.

Wayne, with my shoulder, in 1995.

Enjoy your Thursday, wherever you are in the world, gang.

Thanks for visting!

I love you guys. See ya!


On our honeymoon, Wayne and I drove cross-country. Here is one of the songs we listened to constantly on that fantastic trip!!

“Who Were You Thinking of Last Night” by the Texas Tornados, 1990.

“Who Were You Thinkin’ Of?”

Who were you thinkin’ of
When we were makin’ love
Last night?
Was it a good-lookin’ stranger
Or a close friend of mine?

You didn’t wanna quit
When we was into it
Last night
Who were you thinkin’ of
When we were lovin’ last night?

Who were you thinkin’ of
When I was makin’ love
To you?
There was a smile on your face
I ain’t seen in some time

You got more out of it
Than I put into it
Last night
Who were you thinkin’ of
When we were lovin’ last night?

(Aw, squeeze it, Doogie)

Who were you thinkin’ of
When we were makin’ love
Last night?
There was a smile on your face
I ain’t seen in some time

You didn’t wanna quit
When we was into it
Last night
Who were you thinkin’ of
When we were lovin’ last night?

Who were you thinkin’ of
When we were makin’ love
Last night?
Was it a good-lookin’ stranger
Or a close friend of mine?

You didn’t wanna quit
When we was into it
Last night
Who were you thinkin’ of
When we were lovin’ last night?
Who were you thinkin’ of
When we were lovin’ last night?

c- 1979, Cathie Pelletier, Jim Glaser and Paul Gauvin

A Good Day So Far!

Another splendid day here in the Hinterlands!

Oddly enough, is makes it easier to sit at my desk when the weather is so beautiful. I have 3 really tall, wide-open windows in my room. So much air. So much sun. So many birds singing!

Okay. This happened the other day. From Johnny Depp on Instagram. Here’s hoping he gets back to perfect really soon:

I thought this was just beautiful. It brought tears to my eyes–

The Restaurant of Mistaken Orders (2 mins):

And, yes, this next one falls under “posting about the war”… however, I really appreciated what he had to say so I wanted to share it. I’m kinda feeling like boycotting these American brands for their provocative advertising is only hurting the workers — which is what they want. The overlords are the criminals, not the advertising campaigns. Wouldn’t it be great if we could use our spirits to find a better way to react to all this?


And, yes, I did sign up for CUE Streaming! I have no working smart TV right now and no working fire stick. I do not really like television, yet I love Amazon Prime but I hate watching it on my tiny phone…

Still I signed up for CUE: 4000 channels for $60 a month, no contract. Yes, 4000 channels to watch on my tiny phone…

If you follow Phil, then you know this CUE thing was a HUGE brouhaha the last couple of days. (And if you missed him last night — expect tribunals in June and military to start popping up all over America.)

And that’s it for the war effort!

If you missed my post from Memorial Day — I gave some very serious thought to some advice Simon Parkes gave over the weekend, and I have disengaged from posting about the war. I’m still following it, just not posting about it. There are too many psy-ops out there, too much noise, most of it created by White Hats to force people to wake-up. It is nearly impossible to find any actual news anymore. So I’m shifting my energy and my focus.


Being a digital soldier for LT. General Michael Flynn was probably the most important work I ever did with my life and these last couple of years were probably the best years of my life. I helped a lot of people find the information that would help them stay alive. It felt incredible.

But it was also dangerous in the beginning — going up against the [DS] when I was a public personality; an internationally known writer. They really harassed me and often scared the shit out of me. And all of it, of course, killed my career. It was very lonely. All of it. I lost family, friends, colleagues. Basically, 2 people stood by me through everything — my ex-husband, Wayne, in NYC, and my best friend Valerie, in Brooklyn.

Gratitude doesn’t even come close to covering how I feel for them.

And, after 3 years, it is time to move forward again.

Readers of the blog know that I am now hard at work on re-writes of the current play that I’m doing with Sandra Caldwell, The Guide to Being Fabulous. It’s premiering in Toronto at Soulpepper Theatre in October and rehearsals begin in September.

Yesterday, the DORA Award nominations were announced in Toronto (DORA is sort of like the Tony Awards or Obie Awards, but for Canada). And Soulpepper Theatre received 18 nominations (!!) for the various plays they produced last year, and the director of our upcoming play, Weyni Mengesha, was nominated for outstanding director.

So the pressure is on, gang!!! Sandra and I need to kick some happy ass and pull out all the stops with The Guide to Being Fabulous! A one-woman musical about her incredible life. We are in some truly remarkable company with Soulpepper and have some great big, entertaining shoes to fill.

Sandra in pink! And trans for over 40 years.

For those of you who don’t keep up with my writing career– Sandra and I are production partners in original theatrical works. So far, we have a total of 4 original plays in various stages of development. Our production company is based in NYC, and is sort of called “Blood on the Floor Entertainment” but we’re not 100% sold on that…. we’d prefer, you know, to not have all that blood on the floor.

Anyway. So that’s what I’m doing this week — nailing the re-writes for Act One. And I’m going to get back at it right this minute.

If you’ve been following the lessons on Jeremiah that I’ve been posting here, here is episode 23–

Ross K. Nichols – A Blinding Vision – The World and Words of the Prophet Jeremiah (Episode 23) (35 mins):

Have a wonderful Wednesday, wherever you are in the world!!

Thanks for visting.

I love you guys. See ya!


I just love this photo of Nick Cave. So emotional. It’s from last weekend, at the Hay Literary Festival:

And I leave you with this! Let’s celebrate 1975!!! Enjoy, gang!!!!!

Happy Memorial Day

As always, there is not much that is publicly happening, gang. The only things that are public are big bunches of psy-ops and unbelievable noise.

Simon Parkes had an interesting update over the weekend. I can’t embed the video because now you have to join Connecting Consciousness in order to watch his updates. (Joining is free, though.)

But he said some very curious things — one of which was that perhaps the White Hats want us all to disengage now and go back to our lives. Since there is basically no intel and everything important is happening behind the scenes. And all of these optics are just too much for us to sort through or make sense of.

He did emphasize, though (as Phil also does), that we are near the end of all of this and that the outcome is going to be very good. And that we are very close to reaching that “92% of people being awake” now.


It has given me a lot to think about.

For me, disengaging doesn’t mean I would stop following the few truthers who are left who are of any interest to me anymore. But it would mean that I would stop posting to the blog about it.

And all of that thinking got me to the conclusion that I am going to stop now. I’ve posted enough here over the last 3 years that leads everyone to the non-MSM news sources if they want to follow them.

And I have a few key things in my private life now that I want to devote my attention to.

One is that my father is dying, which requires a lot of emotional processing. And going to see him involves a lot of driving.

Another is that the play in Toronto is going to require a lot of my focus for most of the summer. Meaning, the final re-writes. Rehearsals begin in September and it opens in late October.

I also want to get back to work with Peitor on our numerous film projects for Abstract Absurdity Productions — although his mom is dying now, too. And they now live in the South of France, so the time difference between us gets complicated with my work schedule.

Also, for several months now, I’ve been a member of James Tabor’s private Patreon group, where we support his upcoming research projects and archeological work pertaining to ancient Christianity and the original Jesus Movement in Israel and Jordan.

The zoom meetings require a lot of reading beforehand — scholarly papers about the research that has already been done by him and others. And also re-reading his book The Jesus Discovery, which I read when it first came out but it was so long ago, I don’t remember enough of it.

On any given day or night, I am also taking various courses online that all pertain to this topic of ancient Christianity, Jesus of Nazareth, Judaism and the origins of the Holy Bible, ancient Hebrew — courses that are taught by various teachers other than James Tabor, but it all forms the foundation of trying to better understand that era of our civilization.

I want to be able to really concentrate on all of it now — and hopefully go with James Tabor’s group to Jordan late next year.

Long-time readers of this blog know that I am also working on a play about Caiaphas (“In the Days of the Flesh: The Gospel According to Caiaphas”), and using a fictional account of Caiaphas’ reincarnated lives to tell a different story about Jesus of Nazareth. Historical, rather than theological — but still fictional. I am also thinking I want to make it a short novel now, in addition to the play.

Anyway, all of it is connected.

And all of it is connected to my ministry — strange as my ministry is. (I went to Divinity School, and graduated Summa cum laude, got ordained, left organized Christianity to try to follow the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth instead, which is extremely difficult to do since Rome, especially, went to a great deal of trouble to ensure it is nearly impossible to find out who Jesus of Nazareth really was and what he taught — and I guess my entire ministry will ultimately lead people to Jesus through the life Caiaphas! We shall see.)

So, I guess in honor of all those many soldiers who died in much bloodier wars, trying to defend the US Constitution — as of today, Memorial Day, I am going to disengage now from posting about the war.


In other news–

Nick Cave was at the Hay Festival in the UK yesterday, kicking off his book signing/ In Conversation tour for the paperback release of Faith, Hope & Carnage.

You can get complete info on the tour HERE. Pre-order the paperback HERE.


And that is it!

Have a wonderful Memorial Day, if you live in the States. Otherwise, have a great day wherever you are in the world.

Thanks for visiting for 3 years!!!!

I love you guys. See ya!


“Time To Move On”

It’s time to move on, time to get going
What lies ahead, I have no way of knowing
But under my feet, baby, grass is growing
It’s time to move on, it’s time to get going

Broken skyline, movin’ through the airport
She’s an honest defector
Conscientious objector
Now her own protector

Broken skyline, which way to love land
Which way to something better
Which way to forgiveness
Which way do I go

It’s time to move on, time to get going
What lies ahead, I have no way of knowing
But under my feet, baby, grass is growing
It’s time to move on, it’s time to get going

Sometime later, getting the words wrong
Wasting the meaning and losing the rhyme
Nauseous adrenaline
Like breakin’ up a dogfight
Like a deer in the headlights
Frozen in real time
I’m losing my mind

It’s time to move on, time to get going
What lies ahead, I have no way of knowing
But under my feet, baby, grass is growing
It’s time to move on, it’s time to get going

c – 1994, Tom Petty

Have A Great Memorial Day Weekend!

If you live State-side, have a great Memorial Day Weekend. I have to work through most of it, but at least we are going to have really great weather!

Not much news again.

Phil re-scheduled his livestream for tonight:


Great news!

Nick Alvear from Good Lion TV has been released from jail!

“Patriot Filmmaker Nick Alvear was arrested by U.S. Marshalls in Tennessee and held in Grayson County, Kentucky from May 5th until May 24th. He violated probation for moving to Nashville under a storm of miscommunications from two probation officers – he stayed put in Nashville and was written up for a violation of probation. His initial probation was due to being present at the January 6 storming of the Capitol. The funds raised will be used for legal fees as there is a hearing set for July 18th, however, we found a fantastic attorney and are aiming at getting Nick off probation altogether. He has been released on a motion to dismiss and was allowed to reside in Nashville, Tennessee – all signs that Judge Cooper is taking into consideration the jail time Nick has served and the community service he’s completed since being out. The goal remains firm, to prevent any extradition to Washington DC & to get Nick off probation entirely. We will give away memberships at a discount and other perks for your help! Nick will remain active in producing films with several new projects in line.”

Donate Here


From Dr. Reiner Fuellmich:

The End of the Economic Dictator Mr. Global

In this episode of ICIC, Dr. Reiner Fuellmich talks with Andreas Popp, author, entrepreneur and founder of “Wissensmanufaktur,” who has lived in Canada for 15 years with his partner Eva Herman. Fuellmich and Popp shed light on socio-political, ecological and economic issues and lift the veil of disinformation, providing a bird’s eye view of global world events and history.” (1 hr):


Lately, the Michael Jackson channel has been all about giving a detailed rundown on everything that has been happening for the last several years.

From this morning’s post — (full post here):

[…] The global stage of world affairs is about to reveal its hidden secrets, with DeSantis taking center stage. However, doubts arise regarding his Yale University connection, which was allegedly funded by Epstein. Similar skepticism surrounds other prominent figures like Musk, Rogan, Jones, Tucker, and more. Pay close attention because each one plays a crucial role in this epic saga.

While military operations continue to awaken the masses, notable figures from both sides of the political spectrum, including RINOs and Democrats, have taken the vaccines despite not aligning with Trump. But behind the scenes, military intelligence masterminds have orchestrated an astonishing plot, crafting an apparent conflict between Trump and DeSantis—a well-scripted masterpiece.

Yet, the real revelation lies in DeSantis’s courageous exposure of the WEF, the global elite on an unprecedented scale. European news outlets and social media are buzzing with this groundbreaking disclosure. DeSantis leads the charge in unveiling the insidious grip of the CCP, which controls the WEF and drives the globalist agenda. […]”


Dan Bongino – Troubling Video Surfaces Exposing Their Plot (Ep. 2019) (1 hr):


From Shadow of Ezra:

“Rupert Murdoch will be gone soon.”


MAHONEYLIVE MAY 26TH 2023 (1 hr):






And in other news!

The NME interview with Nick Cave. (I still call it the New Musical Express-– I can’t stand calling musicians my “enemy” – “nme”!!)


Nick Cave: “There’s no metric that says virtuousness makes good art”

Photo by Megan Cullen


That’s it.

Have a great weekend, wherever you are in the world! I will not be posting tomorrow because I have to leave for work early and then work all day. I’ll be back here on Monday.

Thanks for visiting!

I love you guys. See ya!


A favorite song of mine since I was a wee bonny lass in Cleveland! Enjoy!!

Sorry for the Delay

I received a text this morning from Peitor, my partner in Abstract Absurdity Productions, at 5AM my time (he was texting from Madrid), saying he needed a typo-free copy of our script Lita måste gå! (Lita’s Got To Go!) to give to two producers in France, ASAP.

Well, readers of this lofty blog perhaps recall that I have had TWO laptops sort of die, and sort of not die, and bought a third laptop since we last sent that script out to everyone imaginable –and got great feedback, all before the lockdown.

So, I spent the first 4 hours of my morning finding the most recent version on 3 different laptops, a version which did not have typos, and which was in a file format that I could transfer.

And, voila, 4 hours later — it is done.


Regarding the “news” — again, there is not much actual non-optics, non-psy-op, news to report. There are things of interest going on, but not real news, gang. (Which I believe is a very good sign.)

Phil is supposed to do a livestream matinee today. Check his channel to confirm this.

Meanwhile, he posted this image. It probably has something to do with his livestream later. (?)


From Bix Weir – RIG ALERT! BlackRock Tries Rigging Silver Below “Moving Averages” to LOAD UP ON PHYSICAL! (25 mins):


This was a very interesting current interview with Dr. Reiner Fuellmich. It is audio only so it’s easy to putter around and get stuff done while you listen to it. He is being denied entrance back into the US, where he has lived for many years. He discusses various persecutions that are still going on, here and in Germany, among other interesting things.

You have to click this link in his channel to listen. (57 mins)


James Tabor – Is Mark’s Gospel Mainly a Mouthpiece for Paul’s Ideas? (1 hr):


And now I’ve gotta scoot and start getting ready for work.

Have a great Friday, wherever you are in the world!

Thanks for visiting.

I love you guys. See ya!


Breakfast-listening music!! Tom Petty, “Time To Move On,” from his ridiculously successful solo album, Wildflowers. 1994. Enjoy.

I’m Here But the News is Not!

Really quiet again, gang — as far as actual news.

The only thing on the horizon is that Phil is going to do another matinee livestream, either today or tomorrow, but he’s leaning toward tomorrow. Check his channel to confirm:

“There will be a LIVE either tomorrow or Friday

Whatever day it turns out being, it will be a matinee

At this point, I’m leaning towards Friday

I have a major, major announcement to make, which will effect each and every one of us


These videos are of interest.

This is very sad, very disturbing, but it’s best to know about this stuff:


Dan Bongino – This Is What The Deep State is Really Covering Up (Ep. 2017)  (1 hr):




A quick update regarding getting cash out of the LOBSTR wallet–

Someone in Phil’s chat group gave me some great advice yesterday morning. I was having a real problem using Moonpay — I wouldn’t agree to their astoundingly invasive terms. Also with moneygram– I have no convenient place to go get my cash if I use moneygram. So someone suggested I use my coinbase app and that did the trick! It was very simple to get all my money out of the LOBSTR wallet and into coinbase (as XLM). (I had used coincase to transfer cash into LOBSTR but I’d forgotten about that.)

The only remaining problem is that my transaction is still pending in coinbase, so I can’t do anything with the cash yet… (My goal is to get it back into my bank, then transfer it to my sound money wallet and buy more silver.)

What an adventure. We’ll see how it goes.


Meanwhile, it’s another gorgeous day out there today!

I hope you enjoy your Thursday, wherever you are in the world.

Thanks for visiting.

I love you guys. See ya!


I leave you with this!! “The River,” by Bruce Springsteen! From his album, The River, 1980. (I’m guessing that someone knows why I’m playing it, but I sure don’t. I don’t understand a fucking thing right now, honey. But on we go…)

What A Glorious Day!

It is just the most perfect day here, gang. And I have the whole day off and all my trips to town and back are over.

There are several interesting videos below. I find them interesting because they are getting tons of views and they all seem to be aimed at waking people up.

I’m hoping this means that a lot of people are now out there, trying to find information about what’s really going on!


Regarding XLM–

If you listened to Phil the other night, and/or follow his telegram channel, you’ll note that some questions are being raised about the authenticity of the XRP-XLM crowd. (Emily, Mel Carmine, Whiplash)

Here were Phil’s comments this morning, in case you missed them:

“Hey guys

While I cannot confirm any of the above to be true (just yet), I strongly advise staying FAR AWAY from anything “QSI” or “LOBSTR” related.

On the surface, this appears to be one gigantic scam, orchestrated by Whiplash, and others.

I have no proof on that just yet, but knowing that Whiplash recently deleted all of his Telegram accounts is a major confirmation that what is said in the email above is correct.

Gold, silver, real estate.

That’s the only thing you should be interested in right now.”

Readers of this blog know that my ex-husband in NYC and I invested a small amount of money in XLM a couple years ago to see what it would yield after the crash. (XLM is the digital currency backed by silver)

It turns out, the other day, I was thinking I really wanted to get the money out of XLM and just buy actual silver. Usually, Wayne always tells me to just leave the money in XLM and see what happens. but this time, he said, okay, go ahead and leave XLM and buy silver…

Well, it turns out that it’s really complicated to get your cash out of LOBSTR. I’m still waiting for some assistance on that from LOBSTR. But then I saw Phil’s post this morning and I was, like -WOW. Even more truther-scammers???

It’s amazing how many there have been in this movement.

Anyway, I will keep you posted once I find out the safest way to get cash out of LOBSTR.


As always, Wayne made me laugh. When I sent him a text to update him on all this, he sent me this video! (I used to LOVE Bobby Sherman was I was about 9 years old!!)


(I love Bongino but keep in mind, he is not Q-related — at least, not publicly. He is helping to wake up Conservatives who are not yet ready to believe in Q. He does a great job at it.) (I, personally, am a Liberal, but not a neo-marxist. An extremely old-school Liberal who happens to be a Constitutionalist. Bongino always makes me laugh, though. He considers Liberals to be absolutely stupid, mindless, morons. Anyway. Keep in mind, he’s out there trying to help wake everybody up. There is always “way more” to the stories he reports on, but he does an amazing job.)

SPECIAL: Dan Bongino on The Megyn Kelly Show and Timcast IRL – 05/23/2023 (29 mins):


Videos that are trending this morning. Wake-up time:





Restored Republic (15 mins):




Other videos….







This is amazing, but I can’t embed it. Watch it on Phil’s channel (1 minute). “Africa Is Not Poor.”


Front Porch Live May 23, 2023 (52 mins):


From Dr. Reiner Fuellmich:

“Sucharit Bhakdi found not guilty.”

If you don’t know who Sucharit Bhakdi is, he’s a hero. You can tell this simply by reading his wiki page:

Sucharit Bhakdi is a retired Thai-German microbiologist. In 2020 and 2021 Bhakdi became a prominent source of misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic, claiming that the pandemic was “fake” and that COVID-19 vaccines were going to decimate the world’s population…”

Wow. You don’t say…

“The physician and author Sucharit Bhakdi has been acquitted of the charge of incitement to hatred. In its verdict on Tuesday, the district court in Plön, Schleswig-Holstein, assessed the defendant’s speeches during the Corona pandemic as not punishable.”


James Tabor – How and When Jesus Identified with the Suffering Servant Idea (17 mins):


And that is it for today, gang.

The Internet is allegedly going down tomorrow. We shall see. If it does go down, remember that it will come back up — new & improved. But we’ll have to see if that actually happens tomorrow, gang.

Enjoy your Wednesday, wherever you are in the world.

Thanks for visiting.

I love you guys. See ya!


Some more amazing music from the Jeff beck tribute concert in London.

“Remember Walking in the Sand” – Jeff Beck Tribute – The Royal Albert Hall – 22nd May 2023 Imelda May, Ronnie Wood, Johnny Depp:

And for Valerie in Brooklyn!! (Where the fuck did it all go????? Speak to you later!):

To Town, Part Two

Sorry again, gang.

The 6-month maintenance work on the Honda took forever — to the point where they just drove me home and then delivered my car later yesterday afternoon. (But the guy who delivered my car back to me said, “That’s really a great ride. I wish I had that car.”) (I tell you, gang, the 2022 Honda Sport Civic is a fast & incredibly smooth ride.)


All of this means that right now, I have to drive back into town to run my actual errands.

The “news” is unbelievably aggravating. So many psy-ops and optics that it is almost off the charts. I just get so fed up with it, even though I know we are nearing the actual end of the war, and so all of this is not only necessary, but expected… Regardless, it really starts to wear me down.

Phil’s live was mostly about the winners of his current give-away contest. You need to fast-forward about 1 hr to get to the Q&A if you missed it last night:

Replay – GEORGE Giveaway & Q&A (1 hr 59 mins):

I don’t follow Nick Sylvester — I only listen to him when he is on with Mahoney. Sylvester is heavy into the galactic stuff, which I believe is all fake news/psy-ops (initially NASA/CIA-generated). However, he also maintains that everything being reported on in Ukraine already happened and that the war actually ended there a while ago. (???)

I have no idea if this is true, since I live nowhere near Ukraine, but it is curious to think about. Still, it only adds to my frustration as I try to wade through everything. What’s fake, what’s not.


From James Tabor – Jesus’ Plan for Taking over the Kingdoms of the World (9 mins):

How Jesus Came to View Himself as the Davidic Messiah (11 mins):

From Ross K. Nichols –

A Chronology Conundrum – The World and Words of the Prophet Jeremiah (Episode 22) (55 mins):


That’s all I’m going to post today. The rest just sets my teeth on edge.

Have a terrific Tuesday, wherever you are in the world. I’m hoping to get all my flowers today and plant them in my flower boxes out on the porches. I’m hoping this will change my mood and bring a smile to my face!

And by the end of this week, I will have a TON of rewrites to do on the play, and I will have about 3 days to do them in… no joke. So I need that smile, like, right now.


Thanks for visiting.

I love you guys, See ya!


From Day One of the Jeff Beck tribute in London (yesterday) —

Isolation, Johnny Depp, Billy Gibbons, Kirk Hammett, Jeff Beck Tribute, Royal Albert Hall, 22 May 23:

And this one is just for me today. I find myself singing this song a lot these days. I hope that eventually changes when all this insanity is over. (Yes, I know. John Prine was allegedly executed in 2020 for Crimes Against Humanity, but his songs were not a crime…)Meanwhile, feel free to enter my brain:

“Angel From Montgomery”

I am an old woman named after my mother
My old man is another child that’s grown old
If dreams were lightning, thunder were desire
This old house would have burnt down a long time ago

Make me an angel that flies from Montgomery
Make me a poster of an old rodeo
Just give me one thing that I can hold on to
To believe in this living is just a hard way to go

When I was a young girl well, I had me a cowboy
He weren’t much to look at, just a free rambling man
But that was a long time and no matter how I try
The years just flow by like a broken down dam

Make me an angel that flies from Montgomery
Make me a poster of an old rodeo
Just give me one thing that I can hold on to
To believe in this living is just a hard way to go

There’s flies in the kitchen, I can hear ’em there buzzing
And I ain’t done nothing since I woke up today
How the hell can a person go to work in the morning
And come home in the evening and have nothing to say

Make me an angel that flies from Montgomery
Make me a poster of an old rodeo
Just give me one thing that I can hold on to
To believe in this living is just a hard way to go

c – 1971, John Prine