L.A., I saw from your link, that Peru is one of the top silver producing countries. Pick up some for me please. Lol, but seriously, it would be a good investment for uncertain times. Even old mercury dimes might be a great hedge against hyper-inflation.
As I was reading of the protests in Venezuela, it reminds me of the false promises of Marxism. We have some friends who are Venezuelan, they said the regime was welcomed with promises of returning wealth to the people. But, When their father went to the hospital for cataract surgery, the machine broke, and he is left blind in one eye. The hospital officials said there was nothing to be done.
The pope is being hailed as the Che Guevara of the Palestianians. Castro, Guevara, et.all come to power with wealth re-distribution. False promises remind me of the old Styx song ” Come Sail Away”:
“A gathering of angels appeared above my head, they sang to me this song of hope and this is what they said,
Come sail away, etc etc. I thought that they were angels, but to my surprise, We climbed aboard their starship,
We headed for the skies…”
Just my rant for today. Christ’s Peace and Love to all
Coast had a great show on the other night, albeit, not as riveting as huge skulls, but I feel important none the less. They had on nutritionist and biochemist Ted Broer who discussed the long term dangers of eating toxic foods, sold to us by multinational corporations. He outlined ten items that he believes it is especially important to avoid in order to maintain good health:
1) High fat meats such as bacon and hot dogs, which contain sodium nitrates
2) Aspartame, the artificial sweetener used in diet drinks and other products
3) Margarine, and products that contain trans fat (use organic butter instead)
4) Shellfish, generally contains too much contamination
5) Junk foods (like Twinkies), and products with high fructose corn syrup
6) Soy products, tend to increase estrogen levels
7) Fluoridated and chlorinated water, act as endocrine disruptors
8) High fat dairy products, and non-organic dairy (have bovine growth hormones)
9) Coffee, elevates harmful cortisol levels
10) Alcohol, habitual or daily use causes problems
Broer also highlighted various other dangers– chemtrails are putting aluminum and barium into our atmosphere, immunizations (especially those that contain squalene or thimerosal) are associated with increased cases of autism, and GMOs are adversely affecting human DNA. He suggested that Americans haven’t woken up to these issues because of a “normalcy bias” in which “no one wants to believe that the food is that bad…that the United States government allows this food to be that bad,” or that the US is #1 in diabetes, cancer, and heart disease rates among industrialized nations.
“Church Accused of Embezzling Over $40 Million To Fund Pastor’s Wife’s Hip Hop Career”
And Christian wonder why they get a bad “rap” in the media, news like this certainly doesn’t help matters.
As far as the film Noah goes, not sure if Russell Crowe as Noah will be great casting or not, have to wait and see. I liked Crowe in his earlier films and even in Robin Hood but he was just irritating in Man of Steel. Now in the Noah trailer I noticed that he talks exactly the same as in Man of Steel and Robin Hood, mumble-growling. I think his best film wasn’t a period piece but “The Insider”.
 Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time
“The spirit of the Antichrist . . . is already in the world” (I John 4:3).
Things are happening at a feverish rate. World troubles are exploding in violence and mayhem. The stage is being set for the arrival of the Antichrist – a long prophesied figure of lawlessness and destruction. Will this figure soon catapult onto the world scene? Will his charisma and charm sway the worlds billions into a trance-like state of mindless, robotic obedience and allegiance? Who will this figure be? …cont.
It would be so cool to add “enlongated skull expert” to a resume …if anything could get the attention of the HR dept. that would be it…better yet, just save it for the interview, just throw it in there randomly