Sunday, April 28, 2019

Event Update For 2019-04-27

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

2019-04-27 - RV goes up in flames and kills person shortly after 4 AM while parked in Fort St. John (Canada):

Note: This is the 6th deadly RV fire in 2019...

2019-04-27 - Car bursts into flame and burns man to death at toll plaza near Mullanpur (India):

Quote: "A former Sarpanch died after his car caught fire near toll plaza on Mullanpur Raikot road on Saturday morning. The deceased was identified as Harnek Singh, 65, of village Hissowal. Police officials said that Harnek Singh was going in his Maruti Swift car from his village towards Mullanpur area at 8 am on Saturday. They added when he reached toll plaza on Mullanpur Raikot road, his vehicle suddenly caught fire."

Quote: "An eyewitness told police that fire spread so fast that Harnek didn’t get time to get out of the vehicle and was burnt alive inside the vehicle."

2019-04-27 - Mobile crane bursts into flame at port while loading coal onto ship, in coastal Haldia (India), 1 killed:

Quote: "On April 27, 2019, at 8.30 a.m. a fire broke out in the mobile harbour crane 13 at the port of 'Haldia' while a cargo of coal was loaded onto the 'Pella'. The whole area was covered the smoke. The fire rescue attended with 10 engines. Panic has spread among the locals as the fire was spreading rapidly."

2019-04-27 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes in coastal Singapore:

2019-04-27 - Marine heatwave devastated wildlife at UNESCO World Heritage Site Shark Bay (Australia):

Quote: "Large numbers of dugongs, sea snakes and other marine animals disappeared from the UNESCO World Heritage Site Shark Bay, Western Australia, after a heat wave devastated seagrass meadows, according to recently released research."

2019-04-27 - Brush fire breaks out southeast of Wickenburg (Arizona):

2019-04-27 - Container ship 'MSC Samantha' bursts into flame while docked in coastal Gioia Tauro (Italy):

2019-04-27 - Boat and dock destroyed by fire at home on Garner Lake (Tennessee):

2019-04-27 - Yacht bursts into flame near Grass Island in coastal Hong Kong (China):

Note: These are the 358th, 359th and 360th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-04-27 - Passenger train coach bursts into flame in Bengaluru (India):

2019-04-27 - Freight train engine bursts into flame near Route 65 in Leetsdale (Pennsylvania):

2019-04-27 - Tractor, RV trailer and barn destroyed by fire on Verona Pitsburg Road in Monroe Township (Ohio):

Quote: "The barn reportedly contained a tractor and camper."

2019-04-27 - Tractor bursts into flame in Langton Long (Britain):

Note: These are the 679th and 680th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-04-27 - Van bursts into flame on Franklin Boulevard in Eugene (Oregon):

2019-04-27 - Van bursts into flame on street in Fargo (North Dakota):

2019-04-27 - SUV and trailer destroyed by fire on I-25 in Pueblo (Colorado):

2019-04-27 - Car bursts into flame on I-15 near Leeds (Utah), separate crash too:

Quote: "First responders were kept busy Saturday afternoon after a car fire on Interstate 15 near Leeds triggered a series of events that culminated in a rollover-crash just a couple hundred feet away."

2019-04-27 - Car bursts into flame on I-49 near Greenland (Arkansas):

2019-04-27 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 385 in Memphis (Tennessee):

2019-04-27 - Car bursts into flame at gas station in coastal Sydney (Australia):

2019-04-27 - Car bursts into flame on Place Road in coastal Cowes on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2019-04-27 - Car bursts into flame on Haybridge Road in Wellington (Britain):

2019-04-27 - Car bursts into flame at 3:22 AM in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Hull. Sat 27 Apr 2019 03:22 (No:08973) Car fire. One hose reel and one BA in use."

2019-04-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Route 15 near Liberty (Pennsylvania):

2019-04-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame at movie theater in Rockford (Illinois), near the Rock River:

2019-04-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home in Brampton (Canada):

2019-04-27 - Motorcycle bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads, garage destroyed, on Lanesboro Drive in The Village (Oklahoma):

2019-04-27 - Barn destroyed by fire on Ongar Road in Abridge (Britain):

2019-04-27 - Pile of bark chips goes up in flames at business near North Plains (Oregon):

2019-04-27 - Home damaged by basement fire at 12:45 AM in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2019-04-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Susan Lane in Winston-Salem (North Carolina):

2019-04-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire on East Elm Street in Springfield (Illinois), cat(s) killed:

2019-04-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire just before 6 AM on Roslyn Street in Buffalo (New York), 3 injured:

2019-04-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 5:15 AM on Daniels Street Northeast in Cedar Rapids (Iowa), 3 injured:

2019-04-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Nedra Drive in Bellbrook (Ohio), several cats killed, nobody there:

2019-04-27 - Home destroyed by fire on Ridgewood Road in Clifton (New Jersey), nobody there:

Quote: "One person did have a medical episode that did not appear directly related to the fire but Darzanoff was unable to provide further details. "

2019-04-27 - Home destroyed by garage fire at 4 AM in Cherokee Pass (Missouri):

2019-04-27 - Multi-family home damaged by fire in Mill Creek (Washington):

2019-04-27 - Apartment building under construction destroyed by fire just after 1:30 AM in Fredericton (Canada):

2019-04-27 - High-rise apartment building damaged by fire on North Lake Shore Drive in the Lakeview East area in Chicago (Illinois), 360 feet from Lake Michigan, 1 injured:

2019-04-27 - Deadly fire burns mobile home near Wrens (Georgia), 3 killed:

2019-04-27 - Deadly fire burns home just after 6:30 AM on Scotland Road in Windham (Connecticut), 1 killed:

2019-04-27 - Deadly fire destroys home at 4 AM on Oxford Road in Newton (Massachusetts), 1 killed:

2019-04-27 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in Keokuk (Iowa), 1 killed:

2019-04-27 - Vacant home burns on Foston Grove in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Foston Grove, Hull. Sat 27 Apr 2019 15:51 (No:09005) Derelict house fire. One hose reel, two BA in use."

2019-04-27 - Nine deer, nine goats and a cow walk into a, drop dead near a pond in Maharashtra (India):

2019-04-27 - Five people, 14, 21, 21, 22 and 49, die in pond in Siddara Betta (India):

2019-04-27 - Man, 36, found dead in submerged car in the Back River in coastal Wiscasset (Maine):

2019-04-27 - Man, 33, has 'medical emergency' at jail, dies shortly later, in Bristol (Virginia):

2019-04-27 - Man, 74, found dead in pond near his home in Manning (South Carolina):

2019-04-27 - Man, 36, found dead along I-75 in Loudon County near Philadelphia (Tennessee):

2019-04-27 - Man found dead near creek in Toledo (Ohio):

2019-04-27 - Man in his 50s found dead in the East River near coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2019-04-27 - Woman, 22, found dead in Waipukurau (New Zealand):

2019-04-27 - Man in his 40s found dead in carpark at coastal Hikuwai Beach on the Bay of Plenty (New Zealand):

2019-04-27 - Man, 62, found dead near coastal Mayor Island in the Bay of Plenty (New Zealand):

2019-04-27 - Model, man, 26, collapses at event and dies in São Paulo (Brazil), near the coast:

2019-04-27 - Man, 62, drops dead near pool in Kolkata (India):

Quote: "Swami Chaitanyananda —the director of the Eastern Zone of Chinmaya Yuva Kendras who headed its Kolkata mission — had gone to the Lake for his morning walk where passersby found him collapsed near the Lily Pool around 7.50am."

2019-04-27 - Man, 58, found dead in ravine in coastal Hua Hin (Thailand):

2019-04-27 - Man has 'medical issue', SUV crashes into multiple cars, in Colchester (Connecticut), 2 injured:

Quote: "Police say the driver suffered a medical issue while operating the car."

2019-04-27 - Man has 'medical emergency', pickup truck crashes into car wash, in coastal Seattle (Washington):

Quote: "A truck drove into the Pink Elephant Car Wash when the driver suffered a medical emergency Saturday morning, according to the Seattle Fire Department. The driver was an attendant at the car wash and was pulling the truck around when the medical emergency happened."

2019-04-27 - Twin-engine plane crashes near Sulphur Springs (Texas), double engine failure:

2019-04-27 - Small plane crash-lands near Rawls Church Road in Harnett County (North Carolina), engine failure, 1 injured:

2019-04-27 - Small plane crash-lands at Smith Reynolds Airport in Winston-Salem (North Carolina):

2019-04-27 - Small plane crashes at 5:30 AM in coastal Sultan Kudarat (Philippine Islands):

2019-04-27 - Crane collapses into traffic in coastal Seattle (Washington), 4 killed, 3 injured:

2019-04-27 - Passenger bus crashes off bridge, plunges into canal, near Pune (India), 2 killed, 24 injured:

2019-04-27 - Tanker truck overturns on I-80/94 in Lake Station (Indiana):

2019-04-27 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Millbury (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2019-04-27 - Van veers off road, crashes into pole, near Alto (Texas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2019-04-27 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Morehouse Parish (Louisiana), 3 killed:

2019-04-27 - Car veers off road, crashes into ditch, bursts into flame, on the Indiana Toll Road in Gary (Indiana), 1 killed:

2019-04-27 - Car crashes at 2:30 AM in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police say a male victim may have been having a medical emergency before the accident took place."

2019-04-27 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in Atascadero (California), 1 injured:

2019-04-27 - Motorcycle veers across median, gets hit by two cars, in coastal Volusia County (Florida), 1 killed:

2019-04-27 - Dog attacks and kills toddler girl in Henderson (Nevada):

2019-04-27 - Man collapses near the Salt River during run in Tempe (Arizona):

Quote: "A man collapsed during Pat’s Run near Rio Salado Parkway and Marina Heights area Saturday morning. Around 8:30 a.m. Tempe Police and Fire Departments were called to assist a man who collapsed while running Pat’s Run."

2019-04-27 - Heatwave bakes Gujarat (India):

2019-04-27 - Cyclone Fani threatens Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh (India):

2019-04-27 - Unusually late snowstorm hits parts of Illinois, 500+ flights canceled in Chicago:

Quote: "According to CBS 2 meteorologist Ed Curran, northern areas, including Cook, DuPage and Kane Counties, can expect the highest snow totals with up to 8 inches of snow. Southern Cook County may only see a coating with a possible 1 to 4 inches."

2019-04-27 - Mild winter in the UK triples flea infestations:

2019-04-27 - 'Kissing bugs' spread to 29 states in the US and bring Chagas:

2019-04-27 - Beetles killing off millions of trees across the US:

2019-04-27 - Toxic caterpillars causing severe rashes and asthma attacks hit parts of the UK:

2019-04-27 - Alarming rate of forest loss threatens a crucial climate solution:

2019-04-27 - EPA proposes weaker standards on chemicals contaminating drinking water:

Note: Make America Contaminated Again!


  1. Hey Jonny, everyone reading JJFH - all ready for another "fun" week?

    As we see from today's posting - no matter WHAT you do or where you live, YOU BET YOUR LIFE (doing anything)!

    Let's say you're driving along, minding your own business. First off, your car can suddenly burst into flame and you become carbeque. Someone coming the other way can suddenly have a "medical event" and veer into your lane and hit you head on; or you could have a a large tree (or branch) suddenly topple or a huge CRANE collapse and hit your car, killing you and all occupants instantly, or YOU could suddenly inhale a breath of (mixed) H2S and die instantly, causing damage and destruction, if not more death.

    Ain't life 'FUN' now? Oh, there are a LOT more ways you can die - some new novel disease or a recurrence of an old one, weather related phenomena (flooding, drought, lightning strike, hail, high winds, heat stroke, avalanche, etc.), doing ANYTHING NEAR OR IN WATER (like bathing, brushing your teeth, swimming, fishing, boating, etc.). Your home can suddenly explode! Nyah-ah-ahhh!

    [laugh while you learn]
    Le Show for 4/28/2019 [~ 1 hr]

    Open/ Interview with Yasha Levine on the surveillance state and the history of the internet [more]

    Nostradoomus’ Methane Update, Space Weather, Methane & EQ Report with Margo (April 28, 2019) [~ 58.75 min.]

    The Secretary of the Navy Lied to Congress

    Read this article from Friday: “Do U.S. High Schools Bar Military Recruiters? Activists Try to Call Pentagon’s Bluff.” It discusses the offer that Pat Elder and I made to award funding to any school that could be identified as one of the over 1,100 public high schools that the Secretary of the Navy told Congress in December bar military recruiters. The article states:

    “Addressing members of the Senate Armed Services Committee in December, Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer described an ‘excess of 1,100 schools and districts that deny access to uniform members to recruit on campuses,’ mainly in the northeast and northwestern United States, he said. And Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Ronald Green in January said there are ‘just some places where we are not allowed to recruit.'”

    If you watch the video of Spencer’s statement, you’ll note that one Congress Member sounded initially surprised by the bizarre claim, but Senator Joni Ernst jumped in to act as if she was totally familiar with it. And that was the end of the reaction from the House Armed Services Committee, the Senate Armed Services Committee, and — as far as I have been able to learn — any of the committees’ members. None of them later asked to see a list of the 1,100 schools or even an example of one. None of them inquired whether all of those schools should simply be allowed to violate the hyper-militaristic laws of the United States which actually forbid giving military recruiters less access than is given to college or job recruiters. Not a single member of Congress or the media, as far as I’ve been able to determine, so much as raised the possibility that Spencer’s list of recruitment-free schools was as real as had been Senator McCarthy’s list of communists in the government.

    Now “Pentagon public affairs officer Jessica Maxwell” has told that not a single school in the United States is barring recruiters. And Jessica Maxwell has not claimed that this situation was different in January or December. She has not produced a list of 1,100 high schools that were barring recruiters in December. She has not produced the name of a single such school. But she has, very typically, muddied the waters enough to suggest that it’s possible that she might be implying that the Secretary of the Navy and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps were somehow telling the truth. [more]

    [more below]

  2. Rare snowstorm hits Chicago, breaking 109-year-old snow record

    An unusually strong late-season snowstorm hit parts of United States on April 27 and 28, 2019, dropping heavy snow and causing hundreds of flights to be canceled. [more]

    Greenland ice sheet melting six times faster than in the 1980s – “It is a bit scary to see how fast it is changing”

    Vietnam just observed its highest temperature ever recorded: 110 degrees, in April – “It is unbreathable outside in this heat”

    Vietnam broke its national high temperature record Saturday, the latest in a mounting list of records to fall as the world continues to warm. [more; watch out for that GSM/mini Ice Age]

    [reposting this, at least one of my comments, made on cell phone, went missing yesterday]
    We’re losing the war on climate change – “The scale of the outrage in no way matches the magnitude of this disaster”

    [We decided not to 'fight' it for decades, so we're NOT losing any fight - there IS no fight, and there hasn't been one!]

    For years now, people like [phony, Big Oil funded] environmentalist and [lying sack of shit] journalist Bill McKibben have been screaming from the treetops that we need a World War II-scale mobilization to fight the scourge of climate change. [more]

    [from our growing list of Uninhabitable Places]
    'We are losing everything': Rising floodwaters hit Mozambique after Cyclone Kenneth

    This was the first time in recorded history that the southern African nation has been hit by two cyclones in one season, again raising concerns about climate change. ['concerns?' this is SURVIVAL!]

    More than 35,000 homes in parts of Mozambique's northernmost Cabo Delgado were partially or fully destroyed by the storm.

    Images shared by OCHA showed rows of wooden houses, separated by sandy paths, that had been almost completely flattened. Only a few structures and the occasional coconut tree were left standing.

    "Not a single house is standing any more," Abreu told reporters. [more]

    Flash-flooding, dust-storms, hailstorms, and even snow: Entire Mid-East & North Africa regions pummeled all month long with extreme weather

    Incessant rain brings flood to Bengkulu, Indonesia - at least 10 killed

    The flood also caused landslides, cutting off land communications among districts in Bengkulu and between the province and other provinces, including South Sumatra and Lampung. [more]

    [continued below]

  3. French farmers sue state over mysterious deaths of hundreds of cows linked to EMFs and wind farms

    A group of French cattle farmers is suing the state over the mysterious death of hundreds of cows, which they believe are the victims of harmful electromagnetic fields.

    Local vets are at a loss to explain the deaths.

    Stéphane Le Béchec, 51, a Breton farmer in Allneuc, has lost 200 cows who died of unknown causes in the past three years and is closing his business.

    He has identified several potentially harmful sources, including a transformer, mobile transmission towers and wind farms whose electric currents he says blight his land. "I noted that the voltmetre reacted strongly when I stuck it in the ground or in water," he told Le Parisien.' [5G anyone?]

    Several recent scientific studies in other countries suggest that dairy cows are sensitive to earth currents, which can have negative health effects on them.

    Last year, an analysis of 97 studies by the EU-funded review body EKLIPSE concluded that electromagnetic radiation from power lines, wi-fi, phone masts and broadcast transmitters poses a 'credible' threat to wildlife - in particular to insect and bird orientation and plant health. [more]

    [for the best medical advice - go to your pet's VET!]
    Oklahoma man tumor-free after a drug for DOGS cured him of cancer

    In January 2017, Joe Tippens was certain that he would die of small cell lung cancer.

    But then a veterinarian suggested he try something unconventional, to say the least: a drug for dogs.

    The medication, fenbendazole, is an anti-worm compound used to treat hookworms, roundworms and other gut parasites in animals, primarily dogs.

    His new dosage of dog pills cost just $5 a week. His insurance company had spent '$1.2 million on me with traditional means,' he said.

    According to a study published in Nature, the drug compound essentially starves cancer cells and kills them. [more]

    [last bit below]

  4. New results from the Hubble Space Telescope have deepened one of the biggest mysteries in astronomy

    Hubble measurements confirm there’s something weird about how the universe is expanding.

    The rate of the expansion, called the Hubble constant, is the subject of an important discrepancy: Its value changes based how scientists try to measure it. New results from the Hubble Space Telescope have now “raised the discrepancy beyond a plausible level of chance,” according to a paper set to be published in the Astrophysical Journal.

    [may be time to move to a desert]
    Intense and unexpected rain in the north of Chile has brought another “desierto florio,” or “desert flowering,” to parts of the Atacama, the driest place on Earth

    Most of the time, the Atacama desert — the driest non-polar place on Earth, sandwiched between two mountain ranges in western Chile — is gritty, cracked, and red. The desert gets less than 1.5 centimeters of rain per year, the equivalent of six or so hours of drizzle. Sometimes it doesn’t get any at all. But this year… It’s different [more; see pretty pics!]

    Wealthy Elitists Freak Out As Hordes Of Homeless People Take Over Their Neighborhoods All Over The West Coast

    [realizing the zombie hordes - is US!]

    The elite are very “tolerant” of the homeless until they start showing up in their own neighborhoods. Even though the mainstream media keeps telling us that the U.S. economy is “booming”, the number of Americans living on the streets continues to grow very rapidly, and this is particularly true in our major west coast cities. More than half a million Americans will sleep on the streets of our cities tonight, and they need help, care and shelter. Sadly, as economic conditions deteriorate that number is likely to double or even triple. Of course many among the elite are all in favor of doing something for the homeless, as long as they don’t have to be anywhere around them. [more]

  5. News Links, April 29, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    World Trade Volumes Plunge at Fastest Pace in a Decade

    Brexit Update: Less Than Half of UK, Italy, Czech Republic Wish to Remain in EU

    Dust-Biting All Around: "All The Market's Juice Has Been Squeezed Out"

    Tesla Reports Another Doozie

    3M Crash May be the Shape of Things to Come

    The US Government Debt Crisis
    This article explains why the US Government is ensnared in a debt trap from which there is no escape. Its finances are spiralling out of control.

    This Is the End of the Cycle
    Both new households and new businesses are in secular decline. Goosing the stock market and GDP doesn't change this reality.

    Uber will soon join an ugly but exclusive club: Unprofitable companies worth more than $50 billion

    Why a Chernobyl-like Financial Disaster is Inescapable

    That Time the Dollar Tide Went Out…

    Boeing Might Represent the Greatest Indictment of 21st-Century Capitalism
    This problem is much bigger than the airlines. -- RF

    Boeing didn't tell Southwest that a safety feature on the 737 Max was turned off

    Pilots demand better training if Boeing wants to rebuild trust in 737 MAX

    Soon your driver's license might not get you through airport security

    Trump Has Murdered Over 40,000 Venezuelans With Sanctions

    US immigration officials looking at housing migrant children at Guantánamo Bay, report says

    Iraq Will Be Critical For The Oil Industry's Future

    Massive Drop In U.S. Oil Rig Count Fails To Arrest Price Slide

    Iraq's oil boom could be derailed by a lack of water

    Norway Shuts Down Last Nuclear Reactor After 50 Years in Operation

    Trump administration is ignoring a massive problem at U.S. nuclear plants [flooding risk]

    Americans Brace For Shock Surge In Everyday Food Prices

    Farmers cope with rising prices for diesel fuel

    Food shocks threaten to disrupt global trade

    Storms and drought destroy thousands of acres of German forests

    Popular Heart Drugs Tainted With Carcinogens Face a Wave of Lawsuits

    New York approves statewide plastic bag ban

    Cigarette Butts: The Most Littered Item in the World
    [i'd say it's micro-plastics now]

    WikiLeaks Cites Evidence US Seeking Capital Offense Case Against Assange

    Assange's Imprisonment Reveals Even More Corruption Than WikiLeaks Did

    So Where is the Swedish Warrant?

    What's Really Behind Julian Assange's Arrest

    Government watchdog finds more problems with F-35's spare parts pipeline [JUNK!]

    The Homeless Are Dying In Record Numbers On The Streets Of L.A.

    The US Economy Is Reaching A Dead End

    Ethics Investigations Opened into Actions of EPA Head Wheeler, Top DOI Officials

    Push Them Hard Enough and the Productive Class Will Opt Out of Servitude

    Jared Kushner, Not Maria Butina, Is America's Real Foreign Agent

    Dow ends with triple-digit loss as 3M shares suffer rout

    Guantanamo Is Becoming a Nursing Home for Its Aging Terror Suspects

    Landmark 1st Amendment Ruling striking down Texas Law Banning Israel Boycott won by CAIR

    If Free-Markets Still Exist, These Relationships Ain't Good

    We found 85,000 cops who've been investigated for misconduct. Now you can read their records.
    Officers have beaten members of the public, planted evidence and used their badges to harass women. They have lied, stolen, dealt drugs, driven drunk and abused their spouses.
    Protect and serve. -- RF

  6. [we haven't had a musical interlude in a while; here's a fun song by The Who]

    The Who - My Wife - YouTube

    My life's in jeopardy
    Murdered in cold blood is what I'm gonna be
    I ain't been home since Friday night
    And now my wife is coming after me

    Give me police protection
    Gonna buy a gun so
    I can look after number one
    Give me a bodyguard
    A black belt Judo expert with a machine gun

    Gonna buy a tank and an aeroplane
    When she catches up with me
    Won't be no time to explain
    She thinks I've been with another woman
    And that's enough to send her half insane

    Gonna buy a fast car
    Put on my lead boots
    And take a long, long drive
    I may end up spending all my money
    But I'll still be alive

    All I did was have a bit too much to drink
    And I picked the wrong precinct
    Got picked up by the law
    And now I ain't got time to think

    Gonna buy a tank and an aeroplane
    When she catches up with me
    Won't be no time to explain
    She thinks I've been with another woman
    And that's enough to send her half insane

    Gonna buy a fast car
    Put on my lead boots
    And take a long, long drive
    I may end up spending all my money
    But I'll still be alive

    And I'm oh so tired of running
    Gonna lay down on the floor
    I gotta rest some time so
    I can get to run some more

    She's comin'!
    She's comin'!
    She's comin'!
    She's comin'!
    She's comin'!
    She's comin'!
    She's comin'!
    She's comin'!

  7. [from our nyaaaaaaah-aaaaaaaaaaaah-aaaaaaaaaaaaaah! files]
    Monster sinkhole swallows up rice fields in loud rumbling in Indonesia – Residents terrified by the idea they could be next!

    Residents of Kampong Sukabumi, Indonesia, were left terrified after discovering a huge 16 meters by 12 meters sinkhole in rice fields just 10 meters from their homes. Like during an earthquake, the huge crater collapsed in a loud noise and rumblings were felt several hundred meters away. [more]

    Monday, 29 April 2019
    Abject denial: the NZ Minister of Health knows more than 240 scientists

    Health Minister David Clark dismisses 5G radiation exposure warnings

    The Health Minister has dismissed concerns raised by 230 scientists around the world that 5G radiation could pose a significant health risk.

    The group of scientists, including one from New Zealand and eight from Australia, have expressed "serious concerns" about increasing exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) when 5G technology is rolled out.

    5G, or fifth generation, is the next step in mobile internet connectivity, set to launch commercially in some countries in 2020. While it will offer faster speeds and more reliable connections, it will also require more antennas, thus increasing exposure to radiation.

    "Introducing electromagnetic energy that has the potential to interfere with such delicate, electrical structures (molecules and cellular structures) should be approached with caution," New Zealand science lobbyist Bruce Rapley said.

    The group of scientists is concerned nobody will be able to avoid being exposed to wireless radiation once 5G is introduced, because it's estimated 5G-transmitters will need to be placed every 10 to 12 houses in urban areas.

    "Based upon peer-reviewed, published research, we have serious concerns regarding the ubiquitous and increasing exposure to EMF generated by electric and wireless devices," the scientists' appeal to the United Nations and World Health Organization says.

    The scientists said the effects include cancer risk, an increase in genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being.

    When asked if the Government has taken these concerns into consideration, Health Minister Dr David Clark told Newshub Ministry of Health officials don't believe there is anything to be concerned about. [more]