Sunday, August 22, 2021

Event Update For 2021-08-21

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

2021-08-21 - Massive wildfires devastate protected forest area in Bolivia:

Quote: "Across the whole of Bolivia up to the end of July, more than 749,000 hectares (2,890 sq miles) have burned - 62% more than during the same time period in 2020 - according to the Friends of Nature Foundation."

2021-08-21 - Megafire grows to 717,308 acres near Susanville (California):

Quote: "The Dixie Fire destroyed another 12,000 acres on Saturday, reaching 717,308 acres by 7 p.m. "

2021-08-21 - Wildfire grows to 83,000+ acres near Lake Tahoe (California):

2021-08-21 - Wildfire breaks out on island off coastal Istanbul (Turkey):

2021-08-21 - California’s record-setting 2021 wildfire season could blaze into December:

2021-08-21 - Auto recycling center hit by fire, scrap metal burns, in Calgary (Canada):

Quote: "On arrival, crews found large volumes of smoke and flame pushing from a metal mill and large scrap pile located inside a large automobile recycling facility."

2021-08-21 - Coyotes attacking people and exhibiting bizarre behavior in Stanley Park in coastal Vancouver (Canada):

Quote: "Something is happening with those animals that is causing this switch in behaviour, particularly an animal biting its own tail. That's a neurological behaviour that indicates something is really wrong..."

Note: Stanley Park is nearly an island between Burrard Inlet and Vancouver Harbour...

2021-08-21 - Yacht bursts into flame while docked on coastal Gaya Island (Malaysia):

Note: This is the 558th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-08-21 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Clearfield (Pennsylvania):

2021-08-21 - Tractor bursts into flame off the A52 at Newton near Grantham (Britain):

Note: These are the 1640th and 1641st tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-08-21 - Dump truck bursts into flame on road in coastal Hong Kong (China):

2021-08-21 - RV bursts into flame at recycling center in Scott (Louisiana):

Quote: "A motorhome fire was extinguished Saturday afternoon at a recycling facility in Scott."

Note: This is the 331st RV to burn in 2021...

2021-08-21 - Van bursts into flame just after 4 AM on street in Falkirk (Scotland):

2021-08-21 - Van bursts into flame in carpark in Oswestry (Britain):

2021-08-21 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-75 in Hialeah (Florida):

2021-08-21 - Four cars go up in flames just after 1 AM while parked in tow lot in Des Moines (Iowa):

Quote: "Just after 1 a.m. Saturday, multiple cars caught fire in the Crow Tow lot. A total of four cars were damaged by the flames."

2021-08-21 - Car bursts into flame on bridge on coastal Staten Island (New York):

2021-08-21 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 50 in Sacramento (California):

2021-08-21 - Car bursts into flame along I-5 in Douglas County (Oregon):

2021-08-21 - Car bursts into flame on Page Boulevard in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2021-08-21 - Car bursts into flame on the A30 near Launceston (Britain):

2021-08-21 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the M6 near coastal Morecambe (Britain):

2021-08-21 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Beeford Road in coastal Skipsea (Britain):

Quote: "Beeford Road, Skipsea. Sat 21 Aug 2021 12:44 (No:015402) Vehicle engine on fire. Fire out on arrival, extinguished by owner using one dry powder extinguisher. Inspection only by Fire Service using Thermal Image Camera."

2021-08-21 - Cold storage facility heavily damaged by massive fire in Puyallup (Washington):

2021-08-21 - Tire warehouse and 3 more buildings destroyed by huge fire on Selby Avenue in St. Paul (Minnesota):

2021-08-21 - Home heavily damaged by fire on 4th Avenue in Rankin (Pennsylvania):

2021-08-21 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Edgewood Drive in Plum (Pennsylvania):

2021-08-21 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:43 AM on North Amherst Street in Portland (Oregon), 3 injured:

2021-08-21 - Home destroyed by fire shortly after 2 AM on Westchester Drive in Nashville (Tennessee):

2021-08-21 - Three-unit apartment building heavily damaged by fire near Southwest 29th Avenue and 19th Street in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

2021-08-21 - Motel heavily damaged by fire at 12:25 AM on Chapman Highway in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2021-08-21 - Deadly fire burns home in Adams County (Mississippi), 2 killed:

2021-08-21 - Vacant warehouse burns just before 1 AM on Seneca Street in Buffalo (New York):

2021-08-21 - Man, 54, gets into swimming pool, has heart attack and dies, in coastal Port Glasgow (Scotland):

Quote: "A man has tragically died at Port Glasgow swimming pool. Police confirmed that the 54-year-old passed away following a heart attack and that there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death. The tragic incident took place at around 3pm on Saturday."

Quote: "It is believed he had been for a sauna and then went into the pool."

2021-08-21 - Man, 31, found dead in submerged car in pond in coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):

2021-08-21 - Person found dead in vehicle on Whitehall Road in Anderson County (South Carolina):

2021-08-21 - Woman in her 50s found dead in the East River in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2021-08-21 - Person found dead in the water near marina on coastal Daufuskie Island (South Carolina):

2021-08-21 - Man, 26, falls off jet ski and dies on lake at RD Keene Park in Windermere (Florida):

2021-08-21 - Person found dead in the Scioto River in Columbus (Ohio):

2021-08-21 - Person found dead in the Big Sioux River in Sioux City (Iowa):

2021-08-21 - Person drops dead near fire station on Bloomfield Road in Macon (Georgia):

2021-08-21 - Person found dead near Mountain Loop Road in Pell City (Alabama):

2021-08-21 - Man, 66, has 'medical emergency' and dies at jail in Bexar County (Texas):

2021-08-21 - Man, 39, dies while snorkeling off coastal Kalbarri (Australia):

2021-08-21 - Man, 26, found dead in the Madhumati River in Bagerhat (Bangladesh):

2021-08-21 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, plane diverts to Bristol (Britain):

Quote: "A Ryanair flight from Porto was diverted to Bristol after a medical emergency on board."

2021-08-21 - Man, 68, has heart problems on fishing boat near coastal Sitka (Alaska):

Quote: "Coast Guard Sector Juneau watchstanders received a report from the fishing vessel, Minke, at approximately 1:25 p.m. Thursday afternoon, that the captain of a nearby fishing vessel, Lady Cyprus, was experiencing heart complications."

2021-08-21 - Private jet crashes at takeoff from airport in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida), 1 injured:

2021-08-21 - Small plane crashes near Azle (Texas), 1 killed:

2021-08-21 - Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 19 near Horne Lake (Canada):

2021-08-21 - Two pickup trucks collide head-on, on Highway 86 near Table Rock Lake (Missouri), 2 injured:

2021-08-21 - Car veers off road, crashes into van and restaurant, bursts into flame, in coastal Miami (Florida), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-08-21 - Dog attacks and injures infant on Depot Road in Heiskell (Tennessee):

2021-08-21 - Magnitude 6.8 earthquake strikes in the ocean near the South Sandwich Islands:

2021-08-21 - Lightning strike injures 6 people and kills 14 cattle in Odisha (India):

2021-08-21 - Hurricane Grace makes landfall near Tecolutla (Mexico), 8 killed:

Quote: "It became one of the most powerful storms to hit the country's Gulf coast in years. The category 3 storm had wind speeds of up to 125 miles per hour, or 201 km/h, when it slammed into the Veracruz coast, bringing down trees, damaging buildings and turning off the power for thousands."

2021-08-21 - Hurricane Henri approaches New England:

Quote: "Hurricane Henri is still racing toward the New England coastline with Hurricane Warnings in effect for parts of New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Landfall is expected to occur early Sunday afternoon near hurricane strength."

2021-08-21 - Heavy rain and flooding cause destruction in Tennessee, 22+ killed, dozens missing:

2021-08-21 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Haywood County (North Carolina), 4+ killed:

2021-08-21 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Chihuahua (Mexico):


  1. Momentous Monday Jonny, all.

    As is plain to see, the situation all around is coming to an extremely important (life and death) head.

    This fall promises to be "interesting." Protests in France, Italy, Spain, Australia, the UK and elsewhere over the Covid distraction fascist policies while the jabs injure and kill more people every day with no let up in sight. The only reasonable conclusion is mass genocide by the globalists using their political minions to do their dirty work for them. So far, police and military are siding (by and large) with the government against their own families and neighbors. This won't end well and will be the end of humanity if the populace is brought to our knees. We're being attacked on multiple fronts.


    Financial Expert and former White House Official, Catherine Austin Fitts, reveals how the central banking system has utilized economic turmoil during the #Covid19 pandemic, to advance a plan to centralize wealth, reengineer the financial system, and what we can do to stop it.

    The Shortages Are Going To Get Worse Later This Year As Global Supply Chains Increasingly Falter

    Thanks to several factors that I will detail in this article, global supply chains are now under more strain than we have ever seen in the post-World War II era, and unfortunately it appears that things are going to get even worse as we approach the holiday season.

    So why is this happening?

    Well, the truth is that there are several contributing factors, and one of them is fear of COVID. [not the actual "disease," mind you, just FEAR (from round the clock msm fear porn and made up stats)]

    When a single worker recently tested positive for COVID, China shut down one of the busiest port terminals in the entire world “indefinitely”…

    This wouldn’t be such a problem if we had not become so dependent on goods from China.

    Other nations are severely overreacting to outbreaks of COVID as well, and this is making it harder and harder to move goods around the world on an efficient basis.

    Another major factor that we are dealing with is a historic global shipping container shortage. [also via China hoarding]

    And once shipping containers are delivered to U.S. ports, there isn’t enough port workers to unload them all.

    It can now literally take months for products that are made in China to get to the U.S. retailers that originally ordered them.

    Of course if those products contain computer chips, they may never arrive at all. [so you can see that we're being starved out of necessary parts and other items]

    As inventories get tighter and tighter, prices are rising to compensate. One area that I am particularly interested in is the price of food. According to the FAO, the global price of food is 31 percent higher than it was a year ago… [more]

    [see 2nd comment]

  2. At least 22 dead and 50 missing in catastrophic Tennessee flash floods – “Some of them described it as a tidal wave”

    At least 22 people were killed and 50 others remained missing on Sunday after catastrophic flash floods swept through Middle Tennessee, the authorities said. [more; 2 videos incl.]

    22 dead, 40 missing in just ONE Tennessee county after extreme rainfall - 15 inches of rain, 25% of annual rainfall [3 videos incl.]

    A state of emergency is in effect for Dickson, Hickman, Houston and Humphreys counties.

    Humphreys County Chief Deputy Rob Edwards said several people were missing in a text message early Saturday afternoon.

    The Tennessee Valley Authority said 14.5 inches fell in McEwen, which is in Humphreys County, and local totals may approach 17 inches as reports come in.

    The river gauge on the Piney River at Vernon in Hickman County measured nearly 32 feet Saturday, shattering the river's record crest in 2019 by close to 12 feet, the NWS reported. [more]

    Catastrophic flooding hits Tennessee after record rainfall, leaving at least 22 people dead and dozens missing

    Several waves of slow-moving storms dumped record-breaking rains over parts of Middle Tennessee on Saturday, August 21, 2021, resulting in catastrophic flooding in which at least 22 people lost their lives and dozens remain missing. The worst impacted counties include Dickson, Hickman, Houston, and Humphreys.
    [more; 6 videos and 4 pics incl.]

    Dixie Fire grows by another 7,000 acres

    721,000 acres have burned near Susanville, CA

    The estimated costs of just suppressing the fire for about five weeks has increased to $328 million. That figure does not include rehab to the burned area, damage to improvements and structures, loss of income at nearby businesses, or costs incurred by the residents while they are evacuated. [more]

    French Fire near Isabella Lake grows to 13,000 acres

    Crews have confirmed that eight residences have been destroyed.

    Caldor Fire spreads another four miles to the northeast

    Firefighters expect the growth to continue Sunday in all areas, with minimal growth at the southern and eastern portions, and major growth continuing on the north and northeastern sides.

    Officials reported that 235 residences have been destroyed, an increase of 56 from yesterday. [more]

    [3rd piece awaits]

  3. Africa’s most populous city is battling floods and rising seas. It may soon be unlivable, experts warn.

    Cars and houses submerged in water, commuters wading through buses knee-high in floods, and homeowners counting the cost of destroyed properties.

    Home to more than 24 million people, Lagos, a low-lying city on Nigeria’s Atlantic coast, may become uninhabitable by the end of this century [pffff, it'll be a lot sooner] as sea levels rise due to climate change, scientific projections suggest.

    The problem is exacerbated by “inadequate and poorly maintained drainage systems and uncontrolled urban growth,” among others, according to a study led by the Institute of Development Studies. [more]

    Water, water everywhere: Henri gives New York City rainiest hour in recorded history before expected landfall [6 videos incl.]

    According to the NWS, nearly 4 inches of rain fell Saturday night in Central Park. With 1.94 inches between 10 p.m. to 11 p.m., it was the rainiest hour in 150+ years of recorded history. There have been several reports of multiple vehicles stranded in floods in parts of the city, northern New Jersey and on Long Island. [more; people believe there's proof of definite weather manipulation: and]

    Lightning reportedly causes explosion and fire at Pemex oil platform in Gulf of Mexico

    This is not the first incident for the company in recent months. In early July, the company's underwater pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico burst, followed by an underwater fire, which caused a mesmerizing sight dubbed the "eye of fire" by the media.

    An explosion followed by fire occurred on Sunday at an oil platform of the Mexican oil company Pemex, six people were injured, local media reported.

    Also, the media reported an alleged statement by the company operating the facility on fire, indicating that the cause was a bolt of lightning striking the ethylene tower. [more; tweets]

    Major magnitude 7.1 earthquake - South Sandwich Islands Region on 22 August - 2nd within 24 hours

    Local time at epicenter: Sunday, 22 Aug 2021 7:33 pm [more]

    [4th section below]

  4. [They shot the dog(s) Emmett]
    Citing Covid threat, Australian council SHOT SHELTER DOGS dead instead of allowing volunteers to collect them

    A government probe has been launched after officials in New South Wales, Australia, shot and killed shelter dogs that were due to be rescued by volunteers - allegedly in an effort to prevent the volunteers spreading Covid-19.

    The shootings triggered an outcry on social media. "Killing innocent rescue dogs over human paranoia of a virus that has a 99.8% chance of survival is beyond cruel," one commenter wrote on Twitter. "The world has gone mad." [more]

    Why is the Government hellbent on pushing unnecessary vaccinations on our children?

    According to research, the re-infection rate among people previously infected with Covid is much lower than among the double-vaccinated. In the rare cases where re-infection occurs in people who have had Covid, symptoms are on average much milder and the viral load is lower - so they are less infectious to other people. Studies in the US and Israel suggest that, far from being temporary (and, therefore, requiring a booster jab), natural immunity gets better with time.

    That isn't the impression you get from watching the news, is it?

    The news gives you the impression that young people who don't get jabbed are "hesitant", even selfish. What the news doesn't say is that, for healthy youngsters, getting Covid, with all the fantastic immunity that creates, is about the best thing they can do for their community. [more; lying bastards]

    Dr. Tess Lawrie Interview | Oracle Films [~ 20 min. video]

    Dr. Tess Lawrie is a world-class researcher and consultant to the World Health Organisation. Her biggest clients happen to be those who are involved in the suppression of repurposed drugs. She has decided to speak out in protest against the current medical establishment at considerable personal risk.

    She co-founded the BiRD Group; an international consortium of experts dedicated to the transparent and accurate scientific research of Ivermectin, with particular emphasis on the treatment and prevention of Covid-19. [more; no need for this mislabeled "vaccine" - unless it's for depopulation]

    Evacuation launched after Greece’s Evia island is hit by second wildfire in two weeks

    The forest fire, the second to hit the island in two weeks, comes after civil protection authorities warned on Sunday of a “very high risk” of fire for parts of Greece, with the government blaming a heatwave for the devastation caused. [more]

    Taliban says any attempt to extend foreign troops evacuation deadline beyond August 31 is clear violation

    A Taliban spokesperson has dismissed the UK’s call to extend the August 31 deadline for completing the evacuation underway at Kabul airport, saying any attempt by foreign troops to remain in the country would be a clear violation. [more]


  6. Biden confronted with poll showing majority no longer believe he is competent at job

    Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX), the former White House physician under both Presidents Obama and Trump, called on Biden to resign during a Fox News interview last week, saying that Biden is no longer "cognitively prepared" to be President of the United States.

    "We're looking horrible right now on the world stage; this is an absolute national embarrassment. And instead of being out in front of this and talking about what's going on, and what went wrong, and what the plan was, and what we're gonna do next, Biden's just been in hiding again, as he always has.

    "Biden, once again, has failed us. He's embarrassed us internationally. And, you know, honestly, it is time for him to leave. I've been saying this for a long time. I've been saying that he's not cognitively prepared to be our president. And this is just another example of his failure. And I think a lot of this is relevant to his cognitive ability. But he's created a national security disaster for this country right now. And it's time for him to move on, and somebody else needs to do this job. He is not fit to be our commander in chief. It's time for him to resign."

    Jackson said that Biden has avoided scrutiny over the matter because

    "people have cut him slack because they know he's got these cognitive issues, and he's older. I think that he'll resign or [I] think his own party will remove through the 25th Amendment as the days advance, because there's just too much liability with this man. They can't cover for him anymore." [more]

    [SOTT]Comment: The stage is being set to do unto Biden what they tried to do unto Trump. It is only a question of 'how soon'?

    Absolute Zero: The Global Agenda Revealed [James Corbet Corbett Report]

    Lightning bolt kills 4 youngsters, another kills 3 adults in Bangladesh

    At least seven people including four teens were killed and three more injured in separate incidents of lightning strike in Sadar and Chirirbandar upazilas in Dinajpur on Monday. [more]

    [oh man, can you even imagine]
    Tiger eats man after dragging him off toilet in Khabarovsk, Russia

    A tiger is believed to have attacked and wounded a logger before dragging him away into the forest, locals fear.

    Logger Mikhail Shabaldin, 41, was sitting on the toilet while at work in a remote Russian village before vanishing.

    Tiger footprints were found at the scene in Khabarovsk, the eastern region which borders China.

    A terrifying video of Mikhail's shocked colleague reacting to pieces of toilet paper and even the missing man's bloodied clothes and innards has led locals to fear for the logger's fate.

    Majestic amur tigers - the world's largest felines - prey wildlife and humans alike in Russia, China and North Korea.[more]

    [2nd segment below]

  7. Massive wildfires devastate protected area of Bolivian forest [2 videos incl.]

    More than 1,000 square miles of Bolivian forests have been destroyed by wildfires, authorities say.

    So far 280,000 hectares, an area equivalent to just less than twice that of greater London, has been devastated in a southeastern region bordering Brazil and Paraguay.

    As of Friday, Bolivia's Santa Cruz fire department said 15 fires have yet to be contained and continue to threaten, among others, the Nembiguasu conservation area. [more]

    WHO head calls for two-month vaccine booster moratorium

    The head of the World Health Organization on Monday called for a two-month moratorium on administering booster shots of COVID-19 vaccines as a means of reducing global vaccine inequality and preventing the emergence of new coronavirus variants. [more]

    What does FDA approval of Pfizer COVID vaccine mean for you? Here’s what happens next

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine on Monday for people 16 and older, making it the first of three COVID-19 shots available in the U.S. to be upgraded from an emergency use authorization (EUA) to full approval.

    For children aged 12 to 15, the vaccine can still be administered under an EUA, as well as third doses for certain immunocompromised individuals. Both the Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines still await FDA approval but remain available for adults under an EUA.

    The upgrade means the Pfizer vaccine will still be available to the public even after the “current public health emergency” the original authorization was based on comes to an end. [oh goody!]
    The approval also means employers, local leaders and other businesses may be more willing or likely to mandate COVID-19 vaccination.

    For example, the U.S. military said it will mandate vaccines as soon as they became FDA approved, or once the president approved the request, whichever came first. And several colleges and universities have already mandated them for staff and students who wish to return to campus.

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine on Monday for people 16 and older, making it the first of three COVID-19 shots available in the U.S. to be upgraded from an emergency use authorization (EUA) to full approval.

    For children aged 12 to 15, the vaccine can still be administered under an EUA, as well as third doses for certain immunocompromised individuals. Both the Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines still await FDA approval but remain available for adults under an EUA.

    The upgrade means the Pfizer vaccine will still be available to the public even after the “current public health emergency” the original authorization was based on comes to an end. The approval also means employers, local leaders and other businesses may be more willing or likely to mandate COVID-19 vaccination.

    A recent poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 31% of unvaccinated Americans said they would be more likely to get their shots if the FDA officially approved them. [more; fuck all that!]

    [3rd piece next]

  8. California’s Caldor fire burns 100,000 acres as it rips through small towns

    The raging Caldor fire in northern California has burned more than 100,000 acres and destroyed more than 500 structures after surging over the weekend.

    Fueled by warm winds and drought-stricken vegetation, the fire, burning south-west of Lake Tahoe, surged through more than 30,000 acres in two days and by Monday morning had consumed about 106,500 acres.

    Crews battling the blaze achieved 5% containment, helped by moderate humidity and lower overnight temperatures that helped calm the fire on Sunday night, but officials said the firefight through steep rugged terrain has been difficult. [more; it's effortless for the fire]

    Tennessee’s Deadly Floods Wash Away Houses, Roads [~ 1.5 min. news video]

    Rescue teams in Tennessee searched for survivors after flash floods triggered by heavy rain killed more than 20 people and left many more missing. President Biden offered his condolences and said the administration was ready to provide support.

    Biden: Employers must require Covid vaccination

    President Joe Biden on Monday pressed businesses and public leaders to implement vaccine mandates after the federal government issued its first full approval of a Covid-19 vaccine.

    "I'm calling on more companies in the private sector to step up with vaccine requirements that will reach millions more people," Biden said in remarks at the White House. "If you're a business leader, a nonprofit leader, a state or local leader, who has been waiting for full FDA approval to require vaccinations, I call on you now to do that — require it. It only makes sense to require a vaccine to stop the spread of Covid-19." [more; only it doesn't do that, Joe! It makes the recipient create new variants while spreading the spike protein that causes the flu in the first place, and most healthy people can beat it without the shitshot.]

    [see 4th installment]

  9. [alas, the stupidity abounds]
    Greek scientists advise COVID-19 booster shots for vulnerable

    Greece's top medical advisers said on Monday vulnerable groups with underlying diseases should get COVID-19 vaccine booster shots, in a bid to curb a rise in Delta variant infections.

    The booster shot with mRNA vaccines, if approved by the government, will be available in the first week of September, the head of the National Vaccination Committee told reporters.
    [more; say goodbye to those people]

    Veteran Frederick police officer dies at 39

    A veteran member of the Frederick Police Department died Sunday at the age of 39, according to a Facebook post from the department.

    Lieutenant Andrew "Stew" Alcorn IV was found unresponsive and without a pulse by a family member at his Middletown residence around 10 a.m. Sunday, the post reads. First responders went to the scene but were unable to revive him.

    A cause of death was not immediately known. [more]

    32-year-old slips off dock and drowns in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri police say

    A 32-year-old drowned in Lake of the Ozarks after falling off a dock, officials said.

    Kegri Ilu of Warrensburg, Missouri, was walking on a dock Sunday evening in Darby Hollow Cove when he slipped and fell into the water, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

    Ilu’s death was the 11th drowning and boating fatality of the year for Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop F, which includes Lake of the Ozarks in a 13-county region of central Missouri.

    U.S. report finds multiple problems with Keystone pipeline

    A U.S. government watchdog found multiple problems with the construction, manufacture and design of the Keystone pipeline, validating President Joe Biden's decision to revoke the permit for a Keystone XL extension, leaders of several House Democratic committees said on Monday. [more]

    The fight over mask mandates in schools turns violent

    As children head back to the classroom, a "vocal minority" in the U.S. have resorted to violence or disruptive measures to protest against mask mandates in schools. [completely useless as anything other than phony virtue signaling]

    While the majority of Americans support the mandates, per a recent Axios/Ipsos poll [see below], back-to-school confrontations across the U.S. have gotten so hot that teachers and other officials have been punched, hit and screamed at. [more; hey, none of them were hung, set on fire or run over . .]

    This poll is based on a nationally representative probability sample of 1,041 general population adults age 18 or older. [so it's WAAAAY too small to make this statement]