Sunday, April 25, 2021

Event Update For 2021-04-24

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

2021-04-24 - RV trailer goes up in flames at 7:01 AM and kills two people on Goodfaith Road in Pine Bluff (Arkansas):

2021-04-24 - Gorse rages on the slopes of the mountain Slieve Donard in the Mourne Mountains (Ireland):

Quote: "Horrifying damage is being wreaked by one of the largest gorse fires in recent years in Northern Ireland, a Stormont minister has said. Firefighters are spending a second day in the Mourne Mountains, battling the flames through demanding terrain."

2021-04-24 - Oxygen packing plant explodes in coastal Fortaleza (Brazil):

2021-04-24 - Magnesium factory explodes and burns in Pimpri Chinchwad (India):

2021-04-24 - Chemical plant heavily damaged by fire in Permude (India):

2021-04-24 - Electronics factory heavily damaged by fire in Lahore (Pakistan):

2021-04-24 - Underground electrical explosions and fire cause widespread blackouts in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

2021-04-24 - Recycling center fire breaks out in Nantycaws (Britain):

2021-04-24 - Mass cremations begin at makeshift sites as crematoriums overflow in India:

Quote: "With a rising death toll in a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, authorities in India have been forced to hold mass cremations at makeshift sites."

Quote: "People losing loved ones in the Indian capital, where 306 people have died of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, are turning to makeshift facilities that are undertaking mass burials and cremations as crematoriums come under pressure."

2021-04-24 - Brush fire breaks out at Spring Creek Park in coastal Howard Beach, Queens (New York):

2021-04-24 - Tractor trailer and mobile home go up in flames at salvage yard in Chaparral (New Mexico):

Quote: "Herrera said that the fire involved a mobile home and an 18-wheeler truck, but there were no immediate reports of any injuries."

2021-04-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on I-15 in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2021-04-24 - Two tractors, wood and pallets destroyed by fire at 2:13 AM near the A39 near Camelford in Cornwall (Britain):

Quote: "At 2.13am, firefighters arrived and confirmed two tractors well alight, surrounded by a number of wood and pallets, with the fire reaching approximately 10 metres by 3 metres and 2.4 metres high."

Note: These are the 953rd, 954th, 955th and 956th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-04-24 - Minivan bursts into flame on the Bay Bridge in coastal San Francisco (California):

2021-04-24 - SUV bursts into flame at business in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2021-04-24 - Limousine bursts into flame on Garden Street in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

2021-04-24 - Car bursts into flame at gas station in Montgomeryville (Pennsylvania):

2021-04-24 - Car bursts into flame at gas station in coastal Ramsgate (South Africa):

2021-04-24 - Car bursts into flame on the A38 in Ashfield (Britain):

2021-04-24 - Car bursts into flame on the A34 near Chieveley (Britain):

2021-04-24 - Car bursts into flame on the A454 in Bridgnorth (Britain):

2021-04-24 - Car bursts into flame at 12:22 AM on Kings Loade (street) in Bridgnorth (Britain):

2021-04-24 - Car bursts into flame on the A18 in Scunthorpe (Britain):

Quote: "A18 Mortal Ash Hill, Scunthorpe. Sat 24 Apr 2021 16:00 (No:007381) Small fire in engine compartment of car. One hose reel in use."

2021-04-24 - Car bursts into flame on Stortford Street in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Stortford Street, Grimsby. Sat 24 Apr 2021 22:45 (No:007412) Car fire. Hose reel in use."

2021-04-24 - SUV, pickup truck, car and fourplex apartment building go up in flames on Adams Avenue in Las Vegas (Nevada):

Quote: "Crews arrived to find a fully involved one-story fourplex along with heavy fire in a backyard garage, according to department spokesperson Tim Szymanski."

Note: Vehicles aren't mentioned in the story but you can see their charred remnants in one of the pics. A lot of fires are probably like that, where they might say the home is destroyed and the fire started in the garage, but they don't mention the vehicles IN the garage. I'm sure a fair number of those fires, including some fatal fires, actually start with a vehicle bursting into flame. I wouldn't be parking a vehicle in an attached garage or near my home unless I had a hankerin' to be homeless or dead...

2021-04-24 - Paper factory heavily damaged by fire in Ofakim (Israel):

2021-04-24 - Mobile home heavily damaged by fire on Maxville Drive in coastal Awendaw (South Carolina):

2021-04-24 - Three mobile homes destroyed by fire near Lake Corpus Christi in Lake City (Texas):

2021-04-24 - Home damaged by basement fire at 5:30 AM on Hill Street in Raynham (Massachusetts):

2021-04-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Tempe (Arizona), 1 injured:

2021-04-24 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire just before 5:30 AM on Broadway Avenue in coastal Fort Myers (Florida), 3 injured:

2021-04-24 - Deadly fire burns home in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), 1 killed:

2021-04-24 - Deadly fire burns home at 4:45 AM on Sparta Road in Sebring (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-04-24 - Deadly fire burns home on Hemlock Lane in Ralpho Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2021-04-24 - Deadly fire rips through hospital in Baghdad (Iraq), 82+ killed, 100+ injured:

2021-04-24 - Fifth whale in a month washes ashore dead in coastal San Francisco (California):

2021-04-24 - Two men and boy die in the Maneru River in Neerukulla (India):

2021-04-24 - Rapper Shock G, man, 57, drops dead in hotel room in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2021-04-24 - Man, 74, drops dead at jail in coastal Palmetto (Florida), 1 mile from the ocean:

2021-04-24 - Man, 50, falls off boat and dies near the Davis Islands off coastal Tampa (Florida):

2021-04-24 - Man, 72, found dead near Brady's Lake in Monroe County (Pennsylvania):

2021-04-24 - Man, 25, drops dead at correctional facility in Jackson (Mississippi):

2021-04-24 - Man, 63, found dead near his home in Bristol (Vermont):

2021-04-24 - Man found dead outside house in London (Canada):

2021-04-24 - Man, 20, dies in open well in Kano State (Nigeria):

2021-04-24 - Man, 19, found dead in Wular Lake in Warpora (India):

2021-04-24 - Man, 22, falls off seaside cliff and dies near coastal Garretstown Beach (Ireland), possible toppler:

2021-04-24 - Man found dead near the Bellfield Interchange in Kilmarnock (Ireland):

2021-04-24 - Man, 50, has stroke-like symptoms on ship near coastal Block Island (Rhode Island):

Quote: "Members of the USCG Air station in Cape Cod came to the rescue of a 50-year-old man who was on a ship southwest of Block Island who was experiencing stroke-like symptoms, the Coast Guard said."

2021-04-24 - Driver has 'medical emergency', van slams into home, in coastal Bonita Springs (Florida):

Quote: "North Collier and Bonita Springs fire crews responded to the crash. North Collier firefighters confirmed the driver suffered a medical emergency, and was taken to the hospital."

2021-04-24 - Woman, 45, has 'medical emergency' during traffic stop in Detroit (Michigan):

Quote: "Officers were in the middle of a traffic stop with a 45-year-old woman around 9 p.m. in the area of Hayes and Houston Whittier on the city's east side when the woman suddenly had a medical emergency, police said."

2021-04-24 - Small plane crashes at Mustang Beach Airport in coastal Port Aransas (Texas), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2021-04-24 - Small plane crashes in Yell County (Arkansas), 4 killed:

2021-04-24 - Small plane makes emergency landing in the desert near airport in Marana (Arizona):

2021-04-24 - Indonesian Navy submarine 'KRI Nanggala' found sunk and broken apart in the Bali Sea, all 53 aboard killed:

2021-04-24 - Tractor trailer crashes off Pennsylvania Turnpike bridge at 1:30 AM, lands on the banks of Neshaminy Creek, in Bristol Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

Quote: "A tractor-trailer went off the Turnpike bridge and ended up smashed on the ground below, just feet from the banks of the Neshaminy Creek, according to authorities."

2021-04-24 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-255 in South St. Louis (Missouri):

2021-04-24 - SUV veers off road and overturns near Clear Creek (California), 1 injured:

2021-04-24 - Swarm of bees attacks and stings 3 people, kills dog, on Lorenzi Street in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2021-04-24 - Python attacks woman, swallows her whole, on Muna Island (Indonesia):

2021-04-24 - Parts of the Caribbean island of St. Vincent are unrecognizable after volcano erupts:

2021-04-24 - Magnitude 6.5 earthquake strikes in the ocean near Tonga:

2021-04-24 - Lightning strike kills farm worker in Costa Blanca (Spain):

2021-04-24 - Study claiming face masks are harmful and ineffective is not linked to Stanford:


  1. Misinformation Monday Jonny, all.

    Well, how about that? The mainstream media "debunks" a claim because the person putting it out wasn't associated with a specific school, and everyone happily believes it (good job CIA!).

    Meanwhile the states that dropped these policies have had cases falling away, while the lockdown/mask states continue to rise.
    i don't blindly believe much that the government or mainstream media puts out - especially "fact checkers" who are usually in the employ of the powers that be. You want to wear yer dirty mask - hey, wear it all the time (since it's the same air indoor or out) - feel free. The fact still remains that the size of the virus is much too small to be blocked by any weave of face mask. Don't forget to get your shot(s)!

    What's surprising to me is that Guy McPherson states (angrily) that there's no de-population agenda on his video yesterday, and says that the "virus" came from nature, not a lab. i disagree on both.
    He also doesn't believe Dane Wigington's narrative either (because he refuses to look at all the evidence, since it doesn't come from peer-reviewed sources or the government). i disagree with him on that too, but he's still the premier source for raising the alarm about the extinction of at least our species, if not all life on Earth.

    Meanwhile, out here where real threats keep piling up:

    Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Update with Margo (April 25, 2021) [~ 91 min. video]
    [this latest one isn't posted on her site yet]

    [likewise this latest Geoengineering Watch video isn't posted yet]
    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, April 24, 2021 [~ 55.3 min. video, if interested]

    Changes to giant ocean eddies could have “devastating effects” globally – Scientists find “a global-scale reorganization of the ocean’s energy over the past three decades”

    Twirling and meandering ocean currents that help shape the world’s climate have gone through a “global-scale reorganisation” over the past three decades, according to new research.

    The amount of energy in these ocean currents, which can be from 10km to 100km across and are known as eddies, has increased, having as yet unknown affects on the ocean’s ability to lock-away carbon dioxide and heat from fossil fuel burning.

    One expert said the changes described in the research could affect the ability of the Southern Ocean, one of the world’s biggest natural carbon stores, to absorb CO2.

    The study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change [pdf], analysed the temperature and height of the ocean with the help of data from altimeters on satellites from 1993 until 2020. [more]

    [see 2nd comment if interested]

  2. 600 large sinkholes open in Turkey's breadbasket amid worsening drought

    Huge sinkholes fill the drought-stricken breadbasket areas of Konya, Turkey, posing a challenge for farmers as they look for other means to water their fields, the French Press Agency (AFP) reports. Experts have so far counted around 600 large sinkholes-- nearly twice the number of 350 in 2019, as the dry spell situation gets worse this year. [more]

    'Ten times' as many wildfires recorded in Siberia than usual

    Omsk region reported 'record high' number of wildfires and cases of dry crass [sic] burning, that turn into wildfires this spring, with one day last week counting nearly a thousand of new cases a day.

    Dozens rescued after rivers overflow in Cochabamba, Bolivia

    Overflowing rivers have caused flooding in several areas of Cochabamba Department in central Bolivia over the last few days.

    Other municipalities in the department have also been affected according to the regional government. Around 1,000 families were affected in the municipality of Omereque and 500 families in Raqaypampa municipality. Over 900 hectares of crops were also damaged in the two municipalities. Parts of Aiquile municipality were also flooded. [more]

    6.4-magnitude earthquake hits 200 km SW of Haveluloto, Tonga

    14,000 people hit by floods in Oriximiná, Pará, Brazil

    In the city of Oriximiná, streets, businesses, public buildings and infrastructure also suffered damage. Surrounding rural areas along the river also experienced flooding. The municipal government said dozens of communities were affected, with homes, schools, livestock and crops damaged. [more]

    [look at 3rd comment if you wish]

  3. Is a Coronavirus Vaccine a Ticking Time Bomb?

    Will a vaccine to SARS-CoV-2 actually make the problem worse? Although not a certainty, all of the current data says that this prospect is a real possibility that needs to be paid careful attention to. If you stay with me, I'll explain why. [long explanation leading to the cytokine storm scenario we've heard about before - if you want to believe this (make your own decisions, i'm just providing information which you can verify or "debunk"]

    Asymptomatic infection fuels spread of more infectious SARS-CoV-2 variants [~ 50.3 min.]

    Why do we always need to learn things the hard way? Summary, key lessons and conclusions [~ 44.5 min.]

    Tens Of Millions Of “Working Poor” Americans Are Suffering Very Deeply Due To Biden’s Economic Policies

    The Biden administration and the corporate media insist that we are witnessing an “economic recovery”, but it sure doesn’t feel like any sort of a “recovery” for America’s working poor. Tens of millions of working Americans are trying to survive from month to month on stagnant or declining wages at a time when Biden’s economic policies have caused the cost of living to soar. Our leaders in Washington always seem to think that spending more money is the solution to almost every crisis, and in recent months we have seen the money supply grow at an unprecedented rate. Those that have been showered with government money are grateful, but all of this new money is also going to make life much tougher for those on the very bottom of the economic food chain.

    Various eviction moratoriums are protecting multitudes of people that are way behind on their rent

    Overall, Moody’s Analytics is projecting that 7 million Americans will owe a total of $40 billion in back rent by the end of May.

    Food prices have been aggressively rising for 10 months in a row, and there are several factors that are leading analysts to project that they will continue to rise in the months ahead

    The good news is that nobody in the U.S. is starving at this point, but the same can’t be said about the rest of the world.

    Global hunger is on the rise, and one expert is warning that things are starting to get really bad out there [and it's predicted to hit here this year].

  4. The size of the VIRUS is too small to be stopped by masks. Fortunately, viruses don't travel that way. They travel in droplets of moisture. Those are MUCH larger than any virus. Stopping a VIRUS would be like a chain-link fence trying to stop peas. But the way they actually move, in droplets, it's like a chain-link fence stopping basketballs that contain the peas. Stop the basketballs, you've stopped the peas.

  5. You can test that if it's cold enough. Go outside, exhale deeply. You'll see the moisture from your breath extend out a couple of feet. If you were infected, the viruses would be in that moisture. Now put on a good mask and exhale. You won't see your breath extend out nearly as far or wide. That's because the mask is stopping most or all of those droplets of moisture.

  6. Also, consider the possibility that it is the people pushing this type of misinformation that are the CIA plants. Here's the logic. The CIA is comprised of people who want to live longer. How best to achieve that goal? Take serious steps to cut emissions, yada yada. Who's likely to do that? Democrats. What might impede them? Republicans and conservatives. What might make that less problematic? Fewer Republicans and conservatives. So feed Republicans and conservatives misinformation that causes them to die more, thereby helping Democrats win more elections, thereby helping CIA people (and everyone else who isn't one of the conservatives who've offed themselves with misinformation) live longer. Would the CIA spread misinformation just to tilt things politically for their benefit? I dunno. Would they?


    Quote: "A study from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School Of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland, finds that states with Republican governors have experienced the highest number of COVID-19 cases and deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic."

    Everything going according to plan.

  8. Excellent. It's all a psy-op.
    "Whose plan?" doesn't matter. It's not my plan.

    Nothing more to say on it then. Believe what you will. I don't buy the agenda, but I'm forced to live it. If it takes yearly vaccines to live in this world, you can keep it. I don't want any part of this but it surrounds me.

    I'm hoping to have a JJFH incident, just for the cosmic irony of it all, if I had a preference.

  9. I understand your point of view. I feel like I'm on a ship that's developed a hole that is constantly widening, causing the ship to sink faster and faster, but everyone seems more interested in sipping champagne than doing anything to help the ship stop sinking or at least sink slower. And I can't get off this ship. So I just keep yelling and pointing at the hole. But everyone keeps sipping champagne as if there's no problem.

  10. Three Rivers Fire forces evacuations in Southern New Mexico

    Within hours of the Three Rivers Fire being detected on the Lincoln National Forest in New Mexico evacuations were taking place. The fire is about 10 miles northwest of Ruidoso. It is one-half mile above Three Rivers Campground near the White Mountains on the Smokey Bear Ranger District between Tularosa and Carrizozo.

    Evacuation notices are in effect according to the U.S. Forest Service for Nogal Canyon, Bonito Canyon, and the Ski Apache area.

    At about 11 a.m. MDT officials estimated the size at 30 acres, but judging from the live video from Ruidoso at 2:40 p.m. it appears to be growing rapidly. The latest report puts it at approximately 4,000 acres. [jeez!]

    The fire is being pushed by a strong wind gusting out of the southwest at up to 38 mph. [more]

    Flag Fire prompts evacuations southeast of Kingman, AZ

    Hualapia Mountain Park and Pine Lake are threatened

    The Bureau of Land Management reported at 1:20 p.m. MDT Monday that the Flag Fire 12 miles southeast of Kingman, Arizona was mapped Monday morning at 1,400 acres. There have been no injuries or structures destroyed. Overnight firefighters extinguished spot fires near homes and conducted tactical burning operations. [more]

    Large wildfires break out in Ireland

    Wildfires in Mournes Mountains and Killarney National Park

    One of the most visible wildfires is in Northern Ireland in the Mournes Mountains just south of Newcastle. After three days, firefighters have brought the Slieve Donard blaze under control after it burned an area “the size of 500 football pitches,” about 880 acres. The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) said the fire is no longer considered a major incident. [more]

    USA: Millions are skipping their second doses of Covid vaccines

    A number of U.S. states recently warned that they were running out of people willing to take a Covid vaccine. New reports suggest that a fairly significant proportion of Americans who have received their first dose of a vaccine are unwilling - or believe there is no need - to take a second. Reasons include a fear of the side effects and the belief that one dose offers enough protection against Covid. The New York Times has the story. [more]

    [2nd comment follows]

  11. [plasma event?]
    Scientists probe mysterious melting of Earth's crust in Western North America

    A group of University of Wyoming professors and students has identified an unusual belt of igneous rocks that stretches for over 2,000 miles from British Columbia, Canada, to Sonora, Mexico.

    The rock belt runs through Idaho, Montana, Nevada, southeast California and Arizona.

    "What makes this finding so interesting and mysterious is that this belt of igneous rocks is located much farther inland, away from the edge of the continent, and doesn't contain any evidence for producing volcanoes. In fact, all of the melting to generate the igneous rocks originally took place deep underground, five to 10 miles beneath the surface." [more]

    Heavy rains kill 3 in Hai,Tanzania - over 4,000 displaced

    Three people are presumed dead, and nearly 4,000 have been displaced due to flooding after heavy rains pounded Weru-Weru and Masama wards in Hai District in the past few days.

    The three people were in a family vehicle that was washed away by floods following a heavy rainfall, which hit the district on April 21 and swept away the Namwi river banks.

    District officials say efforts to recover their bodies were still ongoing.

    "The rains have left us with many damages, with thousands of people homeless and some of the bridges were flooded as a result of the destruction at the Namwi river banks," the Regional Commissioner said.

    We need help [more; 2 videos]

    Indonesia's Mount Sinabung erupts, spewing ash up to 1,000 meters [1 video]

    [from yesterday; talk about a snake-bit family]
    Wild elephant attacks claim 3 lives in Sri Lanka

    The incident had taken place within a kilometre from the residence of Heen Manika, another resident who was killed by a wild elephant, less than 24 hours earlier.

    Meanwhile, an elephant attack was reported from the Kurulubadda area in Polonnaruwa as well.

    H.M. Dharmadasa, a farmer who had been travelling to his field on a motorcycle, had been attacked by an elephant this morning.

    Dharmadasa's parents had died in a wild elephant attack at their residence in 2004. His brother is currently differently-abled as a result of an elephant attack. [more; damn . .]

    [see 3rd comment]

  12. Signs and Portents: Extremely rare two-headed calf born in North Macedonia

    An extremely rare two-headed calf has been born in North Macedonia.

    The baby cow has a condition called polycephaly, and consequently has fused skulls, two pairs of eyes and one pair of ears.

    "I will keep it as long as it is alive, no matter how long. We will do everything to ensure this." [more]

    Thousands affected by rising levels of Lake Tanganyika, Burundi

    As of 19 April 2021, the level of Lake Tanganyika at the port of Bujumbura stood at 776.45 metres above sea level. The average level is 772.7 metres. Media said if the level exceeds 777 metres, areas around Bujumbura port will be flooded. [more; ~ 1.6 min. video]

    [as reported this morning by Dr. Bossche; this is good news]
    Covid's IFR just keeps dropping

    A new study says the infection fatality ratio of the "deadly virus" has fallen from 3.4% to 0.15%...that's plummeting 95% in less than a year

    With every new study, with every new paper, the "deadly" pandemic gets less and less, well, deadly. The most recent data review, published in late March, puts the infection fatality ratio (IFR) at 0.15%.

    That is, once again, pretty much the same as a normal flu season.

    [SOTT]Comment: The story that Covid-19 doesn't exist and hasn't been isolated is equally dangerous as the story that the same virus is very dangerous and deadly. We have a lot of evidence and scientific papers showing that the virus was isolated in January 2020. But its IFR and mortality rate were exaggerated by some sick minds in powerful positions in order to impose total control over the world population and gain more power from the largely exaggerated pandemic. [more]

    [view 4th comment]

  13. MIT researchers challenge indoor social distancing rules: 'No safer at 60 feet than 6 feet'

    A new study out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is challenging major COVID-19 mitigation measures of the past year, claiming the widely accepted six-foot "social distancing" rule is more or less meaningless in indoor settings.

    The study notes that the respiratory droplets posited to be the primary transmitters of COVID-19 come in numerous sizes from large to small. "In the presence of a quiescent ambient, [smaller droplets] settle to the floor; however, in the well-mixed ambient more typical of a ventilated space, sufficiently small drops may be suspended by the ambient airflow and mixed throughout the room until being removed by the ventilation outflow or inhaled."

    According to models of "closed, well-mixed" spaces, the authors claim, pathogens are "distributed uniformly throughout" the local environment. "In such well-mixed spaces, one is no safer from airborne pathogens at 60 ft than 6 ft," the study states. [believe what you will; this makes the "wear a mask to be seated then you may remove it while dining" rule absurd]

    Bazan, meanwhile, told CNBC that public health authorities including the CDC "have never really provided justification for [social distancing rules], they've just said this is what you must do."

    [some humor to end the day]
    LA homeless man feels unsafe as limos full of drug addicts and perverts show up in his neighborhood

    Hobo Hank is a friendly guy by all accounts, whether he's asking for change outside the 7-Eleven or debating philosophy with a parking meter. But Hank says his corner outside the Oscars is really starting to go downhill, as a bunch of shady drug addicts and alcoholics showed up this afternoon and apparently plan to be there all evening.

    "This neighborhood is really going downhill," Hank said as another limousine arrived packed with people of the lowest moral caliber. "I was just minding my own business hanging out with Stabbin' Steve and Murderin' Carl, and the next thing you know, all these shifty-looking people start showing up in town. What is the world coming to when you can't shoot up a little heroin in peace?"

    "I'm even starting to worry my cardboard box is really going to lose its value."

    Hank's cardboard box is valued at $1.5 million according to Zillow, but he says that value will drop fast if these drug addicts and sexually immoral people don't leave town soon.

    "This place ain't what it used to be, I tell you what," he told his pigeon.