Jan White wrote:
Are there really that many people who when hearing, "Hey, can we try putting the milk in this other spot? It keeps tipping over when we put it here." will get defensive about being blamed? I guess I understand that some people might feel blamed if someone says, "hey, you keep spilling the milk when you open the fridge." A simple tweak in wording like above would be enough for almost everyone, I would think. Maybe I don't get it.
Initially, conspiracy statements against 5G were similar to that of mobile phone signals, radio signals and other sources of non-ionizing radiation: it causes various cancers, deep state. The usual sorts of things for anything new.
Mark Phillips wrote:
Later in life I became a minister and realized how many small poor churches needed repairs they could not afford. Being a contractor and RV Tech by trade I decided (My new wife and I) to go on a sort of mission. We crossed the US from PA to Florida to California and back stopping along the way and offering to help out and all we asked for in exchange was a extension cord and parking space. It was quite gratifying to be able to help so many small churches along our way from building puppet stages for youth ministry to repairing leaky faucets and sinks and we met a huge variety of great people doing it.
Mike Haasl wrote:
Homesteader scale grain thresher
Homesteader scale oil press for seeds
Homesteader scale nut cracker (30 gallons of nuts)
Homesteader scale rice dehuller
Homesteader scale sawmill
Catie George wrote:
I feel like, but have no proof, that avoiding the offputting ad-ness of a lot of other sites has helped grow your following. I probably wouldn't be here regularly if "Buy my ebook!" Was a banner ad I had to turn off every time I open the the site, but dont mind the tiny ads at all. I havent bought anything from you but have bought something from a staff member. But then- i also have never bought off of a "Buy this thing! Sign up for my newsletter!" Full page banner ad either.
S Bengi wrote:
With Half a million in the bank and a projected 10% return on investment, one could survive on just the interest. The stock market goes in cycle sometimes losing 50% of the principal other times making 20% on the principal so a whole million is needed to ride out such fluctuation.
John F Dean wrote:I find many things impact my health. Certainly diet is one of those things.