Wednesday, October 26, 2016

October 26, 2016 -- A Quick Run Around the Web

Video: "Duke Suture Skills Course - Learn Best Suture Techniques" Tips from a plastic surgeon.


Self-Defense/Prepping:
  • Cobra 19 Ultra CB radio with microphone and power cord with 12V lighter plug… $4.00 (used)
  • A Harbor Freight 1.5 watt 12V solar battery maintainer with 12V lighter plug… $10.00
  • A 12V Sealed Lead Acid AGM (gel-cell) Rechargeable Alarm system battery..$12.74
  • 12V clamp-on socket, adapted with spade connectors… $6.99
  • 12V Plug adapted with spade connectors. Plug was scavenged from an old heated coffee cup… $0.00
  • Two short bungee cords… about $1.00
  • Custom made CB dipole antenna …. around $10.00.
  • 40 feet of cord to suspend and tie out the antenna…. $1.00 (?)
  • Padded Shoulder bag, this bag held some sort of medical device. It was purchased at a thrift store for 80 cents.
  • Small camera pouch with belt loop… 10 cents at a garage sale.
The author then provides instructions on how to fit it all together and make the modifications for hooking the radio up to the battery, so read the whole thing.

Other Stuff:
    The protest organization, Laundry Workers Center — which was using the hashtags #WeAreVisible and #SomosVisible on social media — was already planning a rally in Union Square Park Wednesday night. 
      "We are a Grassroots Autonomous Movement campaigning for the right of every member of our communities to be visible, to be able to take part in the decision making process that affect our communities in our 'democratic' system, and for the ability to determine our destinies," the New York-based nonprofit said on its Facebook page. 
      In other words, they are agitating for the right of non-citizens to vote in American elections.
        The videos, shot by ACORN slayer James O’Keefe’s group Project Veritas Action, show Foval on camera saying his agents “infiltrate” Trump events. “It doesn’t matter what the friggin’ legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherf****er.” He adds, “we’re starting anarchy here.”

            Creamer, previously convicted of felony bank fraud, has visited the Obama White House more than 300 times. In one of the videos, he says Hillary Clinton personally knows about the false flag operation. Her campaign “is fully in it,” Creamer confirms. “Hillary knows through the chain of command what’s going on.”
              In a March 2015 interview, President Obama said that he had learned about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state “the same time everybody else learned it, through news reports.”

                  But that assertion concerned aides of Mrs. Clinton, who knew that the president himself had received emails from the private address, according to a hacked email made public on Tuesday by WikiLeaks.

                      “We need to clean this up — he has emails from her — they do not say state.gov,” Cheryl D. Mills, a top aide, wrote to John D. Podesta, another senior adviser, on March 7, 2015.
                        The Times try to spin it as harmless, completely ignoring that the fact that "between March 25-31, just a couple of weeks after Mills said 'we need to clean this up,' Bleachbit was used to wipe Hillary's private server clean."
                          Several exchanges illustrate fears among some top advisers that Clinton and other aides were demonstrating the very traits that polls suggested made her vulnerable: a penchant for secrecy and a hesitancy to admit fault or error.

                              “We’ve taken on a lot of water that won’t be easy to pump out of the boat,” Podesta wrote to Tanden in September 2015, at a time when Clinton’s campaign feared that Vice President Biden was about to enter the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. “Most of that has to do with terrible decisions made pre-campaign, but a lot has to do with her instincts.”

                                  Tanden responded, “Almost no one knows better [than] me that her instincts can be terrible.”

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