Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Event Update For 2018-10-23

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2018-10-23 - Unknown foul smell blows through coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Unknown gas odor hits area in Milton Keynes (Britain):

Quote: "Tuesday 23 October, 6.23pm Smell of gas, Church Lees, Great Linford, Milton Keynes. One appliance and crew from Great Holm attended. No leak detected."

2018-10-23 - Man falls into backyard fire and burns to death at home on Megown Drive in South Park (Pennsylvania):

2018-10-23 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, pile of scrap metal burns, in Brighton (Illinois):

2018-10-23 - High-rise building under construction destroyed by fire at ferry port in coastal Savona (Italy):

2018-10-23 - Underground electrical explosion and fire on Riverside Avenue hits Bristol (Connecticut):

2018-10-23 - Man, 30s or 40s, screams at 5:33 AM, climbs tree, falls and dies, in Morgantown (West Virginia):

Quote: "Morgantown Police said a man died after they found him in 'a state of psychiatric distress' near the Monongalia County Board of Education Building early Tuesday morning. Police responded to a report of someone screaming near the building just after 5:33 a.m. Officers said they found him climbing trees in the area and screaming. Police said the man then went to a wooded area near Prairie Avenue when he eventually climbed more than 50 feet up a tree. Officers tried to talk him down from the tree, according to a press release, but the man fell when he tried to jump from one tree to another. Police said he died on the scene. They have not identified him yet but believe he was in his late 30s or early 40s."

2018-10-23 - Man, 23, acts erratically at 6 AM, gets arrested, has 'medical episode', dies shortly later, in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

Quote: "A man died in police custody in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning after suffering some sort of medical episode, cops said. Police responded to the 23-year-old man’s house on 58th Street near Flatlands Avenue in Flatlands around 6 a.m. and found him acting erratically, police said. Officers put the man in handcuffs and walked him to a waiting ambulance, authorities said. Inside the ambulance, the man passed out, cops said. Officers uncuffed the man, and medics began CPR. They rushed him to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead, police said."

2018-10-23 - Man in his 30s acts odd, breaks into home(s), strips naked, crashes van into cars, in Aliquippa (Pennsylvania), near the Ohio River:

Quote: "Aliquippa police are investigating a bizarre situation that unfolded near Davidson Street this afternoon. Around 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, police officers arrested a man near Davidson Street, but the unusual part was he was naked. His arrest comes after he was completing HVAC work at a home. The man began displaying some odd behavior. The homeowner then kicked him out and called police. 'While we were en route, this individual broke into another house next door, removed all of his clothing then proceeded to get back in his vehicle,' said Aliquippa police Sgt. Jon Cochran."

2018-10-23 - Well site rocked by explosion south of Grande Prairie near Musreau Lake (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-10-23 - Firenado recorded at site of plastic pallet fire near Swadlincote (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Fishing trawler bursts into flame while docked in coastal Peel (Isle of Man):

Quote: "There's been a fire on a fishing boat in Peel overnight. The local trawler is now understood to be extinguished, although the fire service is still at the scene."

2018-10-23 - Fishing ship bursts into flame at 5:23 AM near coastal Yehliu (Taiwan):

2018-10-23 - Boat, RV trailer and garage destroyed by fire in Perry Township (Ohio), nobody there:

Quote: "Perry Township Fire Chief Bruce Sindeldecker said the boat, camper and garage are likely total losses. The boat was charred and the garage sustained severe structural damage. No one was at home at the time of the fire, and no injuries were reported."

Note: These are the 1008th, 1009th and 1010th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-23 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on I-20 in Bienville Parish (Louisiana):

Note: This is the 75th car-hauler to burn in 2018...

2018-10-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 4:40 AM on I-78 near Summit Lawn (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Salisbury Township police said Tuesday afternoon that several chemicals were released into a drain that flows into a creek in the area."

2018-10-23 - Tractor bursts into flame while parked at property in Effingham (Illinois):

2018-10-23 - Tractor and shed destroyed by fire at school in Vass (North Carolina):

Quote: "Firefighters were able to prevent flames from reaching the building itself, but a shed and a tractor were completely destroyed."

2018-10-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A38 near Ripley (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Westergate Road in Moulsecoomb (Britain), 2 miles from the coast:

2018-10-23 - Tractor bursts into flame on Main Street in Burrough-on-the-Hill (Britain):

Note: These are the 2251st, 2252nd, 2253rd, 2254th, 2255th, 2256th and 2257th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-23 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Highway 227 near landfill in San Luis Obispo (California):

2018-10-23 - Truck bursts into flame on US 63 near Ozark Acres (Arkansas):

2018-10-23 - Truck bursts into flame at 6 AM on the A419 near Ashton Keynes (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Truck bursts into flame on Holyhead Road in Ketley, Telford (Britain):

2018-10-23 - RV bursts into flame while parked at home in Central City (Illinois):

Note: This is the 453rd RV to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-23 - SUV bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

2018-10-23 - SUV bursts into flame on State Highway 34 in Pierre (South Dakota):

2018-10-23 - SUV bursts into flame on the N1 near Sandton (South Africa):

2018-10-23 - Car bursts into flame shortly before 5 AM while parked at home in Shawnee County (Kansas):

2018-10-23 - Car bursts into flame on I-93 in Bow (New Hampshire):

2018-10-23 - Car bursts into flame on Welsh Road in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Car bursts into flame on Ross Street in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Car bursts into flame at 1:38 AM on Coalash Lane in Frome (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Car bursts into flame on Hardwick View Road in Chesterfield (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 6 AM on the Garden State Parkway in Cranford (New Jersey):

2018-10-23 - Cars and barn destroyed by fire in Sand Springs (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Firefighters told FOX23 a building storing cars near Highway 97 and Overlook Drive is destroyed by the fire. The owner says the fire caused about $150,000 in damage to the barn and the cars, guns and antiques inside."

2018-10-23 - Three cars and mobile home destroyed by fire on Sioux Nation Avenue in Pine Ridge (South Dakota), nobody there:

2018-10-23 - Car(s) and shop destroyed by fire on Pleasant Ridge Road in Rogers (Arkansas):

2018-10-23 - Pickup truck, two motorcycles and garage go up in flames at home in Bristol (Virginia):

Quote: "A small pickup truck, two motorcycles and a number of personal items were damaged, he said."

2018-10-23 - Two vehicles, RV trailer and machine shed go up in flames in Olney (Illinois):

Quote: "The machine shed was full of automotive parts, two vehicles and a camper that were damaged."

2018-10-23 - Car and garage shop destroyed by fire at home in coastal East Chezzetcook (Canada):

2018-10-23 - Barn destroyed by fire before 5:30 AM near Houston (Minnesota), 20+ pigs killed:

2018-10-23 - Barn destroyed by fire near Montrose (Illinois), 150 pigs killed:

2018-10-23 - Barn full of hay goes up in flames near Polbeth (Scotland):

2018-10-23 - Barn destroyed by fire in coastal Palm Bay (Florida):

2018-10-23 - Business heavily damaged by fire in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2018-10-23 - Golf shop damaged by fire shortly after 3 AM in Apex (North Carolina), nobody there:

2018-10-23 - Restaurant destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM in Hedley (Canada):

2018-10-23 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 7 AM in Council Bluffs (Iowa), cat and dog killed:

2018-10-23 - Home heavily damaged by fire near Elkhart Lake in the Town of Rhine (Wisconsin):

2018-10-23 - Home destroyed by fire on East Sycamore Avenue in Terre Haute (Indiana):

2018-10-23 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 11 PM at Walnut Creek Apartments in Newton (Iowa):

2018-10-23 - Apartment buildings devastated by massive fire at The Bluffs of Lakewood near White Rock Lake in Dallas (Texas):

2018-10-23 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home on Lovia Circle in Royal (Arkansas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-10-23 - Deadly fire burns home at 3:33 AM in coastal San Francisco (California), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-10-23 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal St. Augustine (Florida), 1 killed:

2018-10-23 - Deadly fire burns home in Thornton (Colorado), 1 killed:

2018-10-23 - Deadly fire burns home in North Homewood (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2018-10-23 - Deadly fire burns condo building in Austell (Georgia), 1 killed:

2018-10-23 - Vacant home burns near the Mississippi River in St. Louis (Missouri):

2018-10-23 - Vacant warehouse burns in Atlanta (Georgia):

2018-10-23 - Bryde's whale washes ashore dead near Cape Town (South Africa):

2018-10-23 - Boy, 5, dies in swimming pool at resort in coastal Nerja (Spain):

2018-10-23 - Boy, 1, found dead at home in Des Moines (Iowa):

2018-10-23 - Man, 51, falls off boat and dies near coastal Jonesport (Maine):

2018-10-23 - Man, 37, found dead in submerged pickup truck in Century Lake in Escambia County (Florida):

2018-10-23 - Man has 'medical condition' in pickup truck and dies, pickup crashes lightly onto the Turkey Creek Greenway in Knoxville (Tennessee):

Quote: "Police say a Knoxville man died Tuesday night after he suffered a medical condition while behind the wheel of his vehicle in the area of Walmart on Parkside Drive."

2018-10-23 - Man, 75, found dead in Laurel Lake at marina in Whitley County (Kentucky):

2018-10-23 - Woman found dead in the Illinois River near Bath (Illinois):

2018-10-23 - Woman, 64, found dead in the Provo River in Provo (Utah):

2018-10-23 - Man found dead on Western Branch Boulevard in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2018-10-23 - Person found dead near Selma (Oregon):

2018-10-23 - Man in his 40s drops dead outside hospital in coastal Hobart (Australia), 1200 feet from the ocean:

2018-10-23 - Woman, 26, found dead near Lowca Lane in coastal Seaton (Britain):

2018-10-23 - Passenger sickens on passenger plane, plane makes emergency landing in coastal Shannon (Ireland):

2018-10-23 - School bus driver, woman, slumps over unconscious, bus crashes across median, in Jackson County (North Carolina), 2 injured:

Quote: "The Robbinsville High School volleyball team was on the way to a state playoff game near Charlotte when the bus' driver passed out or blacked out behind the wheel, school bus transportation director Chris McClung said."

2018-10-23 - Transit bus driver, man, has 'medical emergency', bus slams into wall near police station in Madison (Wisconsin), 1 injured:

Quote: "Madison police spokesman Joel DeSpain said it is believed the male driver had a 'significant medical emergency' when the bus veered off Packers Avenue and hit a brick wall outside the Police Department's North District station, 2033 Londonderry Drive, around 1:20 p.m."

2018-10-23 - Driver has 'medical issue', SUV crashes into Burger King in Walhalla (South Carolina):

Quote: "The fire chief said a medical issue was likely to blame."

2018-10-23 - Passenger plane cockpit window breaks, plane makes emergency landing in St. Paul (Minnesota):

2018-10-23 - US Air Force B-2 Spirit stealth bomber makes emergency landing at 4:20 AM in Colorado Springs (Colorado), engine and electrical failure:

2018-10-23 - Small plane crash-lands on US 101, bursts into flame, in Agoura Hills (California):

2018-10-23 - Small plane crashes into field in Woodbine (New Jersey), engine failure, 1 killed:

2018-10-23 - Small plane crashes near airport in Greenville (South Carolina):

2018-10-23 - Firefighting helicopter crashes in Vermaaklikheid (South Africa), 1 killed:

2018-10-23 - Tanker truck overturns on the 14 Freeway in Palmdale (California), 1 injured:

2018-10-23 - Tanker truck overturns on Highway 40 in Pointe-aux-Trembles (Canada):

2018-10-23 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes onto railroad tracks, bursts into flame, on I-80 in Cheyenne County (Nebraska):

2018-10-23 - Dump truck's brakes fail, truck slams into passenger bus, in Bunso (Ghana), 5 killed, 22 injured:

2018-10-23 - Box truck overturns, bursts into flame, on I-69 near Pendleton (Indiana), 1+ injured:

2018-10-23 - Van and truck crash, fire erupts, spreads to 3 cars, in coastal Balochistan (Pakistan), 7 killed:

2018-10-23 - SUV veers off road at 12:48 AM, crashes into business, bursts into flame, in High Point (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2018-10-23 - Car veers off road at 4:48 AM, hits pole, bursts into flame, on Salt Springs Road in Weathersfield Township (Ohio), 1 injured:

2018-10-23 - Shark attacks and injures man near the Farallon Islands (California):

2018-10-23 - Family dog attacks and injures toddler at home, cop shoots dog dead, near Rocky Mount (North Carolina):

2018-10-23 - Volcano Anak Krakatau continues erupting on island in Indonesia:

2018-10-23 - New active fault lines discovered on Mount Hood (Oregon), could potentially trigger a magnitude 7.2 earthquake:

2018-10-23 - Hail hits parts of Arizona:

2018-10-23 - Uninhabited island wiped off the face of the Earth by hurricane in Hawaii:

2018-10-23 - Microplastics getting into our stomachs and our poop:

2018-10-23 - Oil plunges as Saudis vow to produce as much as they can:

2018-10-23 - Global banking stocks are crashing hard – just like they did in 2008:


  1. Good morning Jonny, Fran, Mike D., Tom N., LL and any other readers of JJFh tuned in.

    Lotta scrap metal burning on this day. Gases still knocking people unconscious wherever they encounter them (be it driving, swimming, burning lawn waste, doing HVAC work in a basement, climbing trees or what have you). As these gases become a more significant part of our atmosphere (happening as we speak) expect more of this to occur.
    Another problem associated with these toxic, explosive and flammable gases is buildings of all kinds are burning more often.

    The Who's Live At Leeds is on my all time favorites list:

    [esp. the first short transition guitar riff in Shakin' All Over!]

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 10.24.18 Is Climate the Worst Casualty of War [~ 29.25 min.]

    [US military THE WORST polluter on the planet]

    [a little joy for you all]
    Massive herd of elk stops traffic in Colorado

    [better than watching 300+ car freight trains go by]

    October surprise: Mail bombs target Soros, Clintons, Obama, CNN, Wasserman Schultz, Holder (UPDATES)

    UPDATE: 10/24/18 RT The latest scare includes New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's office and Congresswoman Maxine Waters to the list of intended recipients [more; pipe bombs weren't designed to explode]

    Pit bull terrier brutally attacks schoolgirl, mother in Turkey

    Meteor fireball streaks across North Carolina skies

    NOAA: Super Typhoon Yutu strongest storm to ever hit US soil

    With sustained winds of 178 mph as its eye passed directly over the island of Tinian, Super Typhoon Yutu was the strongest storm on record to ever hit U.S. soil and tied for the most powerful storm on earth in 2018, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    Given the extent of the damage, power won't be restored any time soon, he said.

    "People are still in a state of shock," Babauta said. "People are in desperate need of immediate housing, food and other assistance. We heard reports of two babies stuck in a house needing to be rescued, but responders couldn't immediately get to them, and people with health conditions needing oxygen but nobody to give that to them right away. We hope they got the help they needed."

    It has happened to EVERY US Territory Island in 12 months - CAT5 #YUTU landfall Guam [~ 4.5 min. MrMBB333 video]

    First significant snow of the season hits Maine, up to one foot deep - 6 feet deep drifts on Mount Washington, New Hampshire

    [this weekend may bring them more - we're gonna be washed out here]

    [more below]

    1. With these references to The Who I thought that maybe either Roger Daltrey or Pete Townshend had died, but then I remembered that they are the two remaining original members.

      I saw The Who at their "Farewell to The Who '82 Tour". Lol... It was at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas in December on a misty cool night. Great weather actually because the extra moisture in the air helped the sound quality for an open air stadium. My ears rang for several days....and I wasn't really all that close to the stage. One of the loudest live concerts I have ever seen/heard.

  2. Stock Market Crash! The Dow Has Now Plunged 2,368 Points From The Peak Of The Market

    The level of panic that we witnessed on Wall Street on Wednesday was breathtaking. After a promising start to the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average started plunging, and at the close it was down another 608 points. Since peaking at 26,951.81 on October 3rd, the Dow has now fallen 2,368 points, and all of the gains for 2018 have been completely wiped out. But things are even worse when we look at the Nasdaq. The percentage decline for the Nasdaq almost doubled the Dow’s stunning plunge on Wednesday, and it has now officially entered correction territory. To say that it was a “bloodbath” for tech stocks on Wednesday would be a major understatement. Several big name tech stocks were in free fall mode as panic swept through the marketplace like wildfire. As I noted the other day, October 2018 looks a whole lot like October 2008, and many believe that the worst is yet to come. [more]

    The Last Con Job

    Remember this from a few months ago? Well that was the sowing and now is the reaping

    "The controversial rule requiring advisers to act in their clients’ best interests when it comes to managing retirement accounts is officially dead."

    The U.S. rule was would have been weaker than what other developed countries have in place to protect investors"

    In other words, the U.S. rule which was killed, was less stringent than developed country rules. But Banana Republicans fought for no rule
    In other words, being honest is now considered "Socialism". That is if you're a corrupt fucking degenerate with the IQ of a gopher.

    Getting back to the casino, today's carnage was deep but not enough to generate any panic in stoned zombies. The gleeful bounding into the abyss continues.

    First off, the market is now negative on the year. Meaning $1 trillion of stolen money down the shit hole. [more]

    We need a fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty – and we need it now

    How did government respond to the recent scientific conclusion that only “rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society” can deliver the globally agreed target for stopping climate breakdown? In the UK, fracking for fossil fuels was given the green light, plans were announced for a huge new road in the south-east, incentives for electric vehicles withered, the expansion of Heathrow airport is still going ahead and Gatwick airport is trying to expand too by bringing a back-up runway into use. It’s like seeing a sign that says “Danger: vertical cliff drop” and pulling on your best running shoes to take a flying leap.
    Something isn’t working. The head of the oil company Shell responded to the new climate science warming by clarifying that “Shell’s core business is, and will be for the foreseeable future, very much in oil and gas.” BP announced new North Sea oil projects. Immediate choices are being made with blank disregard to avoiding climate breakdown. [more]

  3. There are 271 new vaccines in Big Pharma's pipeline

    No vaccine manufacturer shall be liable...for damages arising from a vaccine-related injury or death." - President Ronald Wilson Reagan, as he signed The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) of 1986, absolving drug companies from all medico-legal liability when children die, become chronically ill with vaccine-induced autoimmune disorders or are otherwise disabled from vaccine injuries. That law has led directly to an expected reckless, liability-free development of scores of new, over-priced, potential block-buster vaccines, now numbering over 250. The question that must be asked of Big Medicine's practitioners: How will the CDC, the AMA, the AAFP and the American Academy of Pediatrics fit any more potentially neurotoxic vaccines into the current well-baby over-vaccination schedule? [more]

    Thursday, 25 October 2018
    The migrant caravan: fact-checking the fact-checkers

    “Yesterday when we were traveling through Guatemala, we noticed people from El Salvador and even people from Bangladesh. Can you imagine what they had to do to get here? They infiltrated themselves in this caravan and tried to cross with the crowd. That would have benefited them greatly.”

    Jihadis among the migrant caravan is not as ridiculous as CNN would have you believe. [more]

    Honduras are being raced towards the US border on flat-bad trucks, just in time for the midterms.

    Tell me that these are impoverished refugees escaping violence

    60,000 migrants headed for US-Mexico border.

    [maybe a nice strafing run or some drone strikes will slow them down]

    2,100 mostly unarmed Guard troops on border as Trump vows to send more to stop migrant caravan [more]

    An army of 60,000+ headed for the Tijuana-California border?

    [contains these embedded stories with links]
    Mexicans are getting angry at Migrants protesting US laws - while violating Mexican laws to do so!


    [like the above headlines, this may be fear-mongering]
    Australia Could Be Entering a MEGA DROUGHT That Lasts 20 Years

    Stock market: S&P, Dow Erase 2018 Gains As Nasdaq Crashes Most Since 2011 [video and text - really sad situation]

    Markets In Turmoil: S&P, Dow Erase 2018 Gains As Nasdaq Crashes Most Since 2011 [long Zero Hedge article - lotsa charts]

    NASA Releases More Pics Of Freaky Rectangular Iceberg

    New photos of a surprisingly rectangular iceberg are offering the full picture of this now-famous Antarctic structure — and it remains weird as hell. [more; it's trapezoidal, not rectangular]

    [article ends with the iconic monolith from 2001 movie!]

    First reactions to what may be a False Flag - or not.

    Insufficient postage to deliver explosive device

  4. [as Jimmie Durante used to say: Now everybody's tryin' ta get inta de act!]
    Bombs Sent to Biden and Robert De Niro, Latest in Wave of Explosives Sent to Trump Critics

    [this is rully startin'-a look like a psy-op by da Deep State]

    The device sent to Mr. Biden was found at a U.S. postal service facility in Delaware, a law enforcement official said. Similar to the one sent to former Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., the envelope was misaddressed and was being redirected to the return sender written on the mailing label, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Florida congresswoman.
    Security personnel at Mr. De Niro’s company, TriBeCa Productions, discovered the package about 5 a.m. and called the New York Police Department, whose bomb squad responded, officials briefed on the matter said. It was removed about 6:30 a.m. and taken to the Police Department’s range in the Bronx for disposal. [more]

    More Than Half A Million People: America’s Homelessness Crisis Is Rapidly Exploding On Both Coasts

    The homelessness crisis in the United States is getting a lot worse, and it is happening at a pace that is absolutely frightening. Did you realize that more than half a million Americans are homeless right now? One out of every four homeless Americans actually has a job, but thanks to rapidly rising housing prices they are not able to afford a place to live. So every night in this country, hundreds of thousands of people are sleeping in shelters, in their vehicles or on the streets. It is a national crisis that isn’t going away, and during the next economic downturn it is only going to intensify.
    [more; by "the next" they mean "THIS"]

    On the border in El Paso, the migrant caravans arrive so regularly there's a housing crunch

    EL PASO, Texas - While President Donald Trump railed against a migrant caravan wending its way north through Mexico this week, hundreds of Central American immigrant families had already arrived at the border and been released into the U.S. by authorities.

    The influx, unrelated to the caravan, has crowded immigration holding areas and detention centers across the southwest. Border Patrol has released so many families, advocacy groups in Arizona and Texas have had to house them in churches and motel [more]

    [at who's expense? oh, right - the people with jobs who get taxed to house illegals, when they can't even afford their OWN place]

    Filmmakers embed with hand crew to make “Wildland”

    [I believe this is big-time recruiting]

    A television version of the film about firefighters will be on PBS October 29, with the full-length feature opening in theaters January 16, 2019.

    Over the course of a fire season Alex Jablonski embedded with a Grayback Forestry Type 2 Initial Attack hand crew out of Merlin, Oregon, getting to know them and gaining their trust. He accompanied them on wildfires carrying two video cameras, lenses, extra batteries, and a fire shelter in his fireline pack along with two gallons of water and a Yeti Rambler bottle filled with half a gallon of coffee. Most of the time while they were on a fire he worked beside them using a hand tool, but about 10 to 15 percent of the time he traded the tool for one of the video cameras, shooting footage while they were working and interviewing them on breaks.
    more; see ~ 30 sec. trailer]

    1. Yep. The "bombs" are a deep state stunt. For some deep analysis into the deep state check out George Webb's YT channel....

      Of course he's been talking about the "bombs" recently.

    2. Hey Mike! Good to hear from you.

      Mail bombs campaign against Trump critics is too perfectly orchestrated

      'US needs Europe if it wants to go to war with China' - Retired US Lt General Hodges

      [hah! with our military? pffff]
      US military accidentally air-drops Humvee miles off target in rural North Carolina

      Torrential rain brings flash floods to Russia's Black Sea coast destroying crucial bridge in Sochi

      Couple pulled from truck seconds before it fell into crater in Brasilia, Brazil

      18 children and teachers dead, 22 more injured in flash flooding in Jordan

      Small earthquake rolls under central California; residents report loud boom, shaking

      Sinkhole swallows two women as they walk down street in Turkey

      Heavy spring snow for South Island, New Zealand