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Idiot...

When you're not exactly authorized to be running around ringside before the show getting yourself cheap heat, the show starts with the first match coming out and you don't take your cue and go back to the locker room, then snatch the microphone from the manager of one of the guys in the match to shoot your mouth off in an unauthorized promo, you're an unprofessional douchebag who should be fired on the spot. You rule nothing, you just drool in your backyard.
crimefighter

The fundamental issue with replacing Facebook & Twitter

Unfortunately, as the three stooges known as Zuckerburg, Dorsey and Wojcicki continue to be exposed as public enemies of American democracy beholden to the Chinese Communist Party for their blood money - mass exodus to alternate platforms not controlled by BigTech radical left-wingers are too severely splintered to determine the best outlet to replace them. Sadly, almost everyone you know are NOT on these other platforms and hardly anyone there now is from your area. It's not like it was when people bailed on Myspace. What will it take to change that? And looking for people you know on the target platform very hit or miss, mostly miss or not at all.
STLWrestling

Roadtrip to Elgin...

Normally I haven't done long roadtrips to wrestling shows, given there's enough close by me that such trips are unnecessary. Dreamwave was typically the furthest I would go at 130 miles to LaSalle-Peru. The exception to this is when I'm staying overnight nearby with family. However, since I've been gaming a lot lately in a bid to win Gamer of the Year at Galloping Ghost (despite much grumbling from certain people) I was going to stay up there the weekend, and I was needed as a ringside cameraman. It was outside and bloody hot again, as it was the previous weekend where I filmed outside. There were a lot of new names I had to learn I hadn't seen, got a few interviews with people. Supposedly MWA will be running in downstate Illinois at some point. Officially though, this was my first independent show I've ever attended in the Chicago area (I attended a TNA PPV before that). Of course it wasn't perfect, a couple matches I didn't care for, but the opener, the tag and the matches with AEW guys carried the event. Would I go back? If it comes downstate, probably. Another drive up to Chicago, not likely under normal parameters. I know there's people who weren't thrilled with a certain someone being involved in the show, that certain someone wasn't happy with the comments made about him. Also a tribute was made to Steve Cain who passed away recently. Well some of the stuff from this event will be shown on PWCI This Week in the future, as I like to showcase the new faces for the locals to learn about.


Midwest Wrestling Alliance results from Elgin on 6/19 --

*Vinny Lee Glamrock pinned Judo Granger
*MWA Midstates Champ Mr. Fitness 2 pinned Myles Mercer
*Chief Attakullakulla pinned Tyler Bodine
*Alex Gretzky pinned Christopher Daniels
*MWA Tag Champs The Answer pinned The Rebel Hearts
*MWA Women's champ Morgan Lavey pinned Renee Van Peebles
*MWA Heavyweight Champ Brian Blade beat Lance Archer by DQ
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Masks may make you sick with something WORSE than Covid...

BY JENNIFER CABRERA

A group of parents in Gainesville, FL, sent 6 face masks to a lab at the University of Florida, requesting an analysis of contaminants found on the masks after they had been worn. The resulting report found that five masks were contaminated with bacteria, parasites, and fungi, including three with dangerous pathogenic and pneumonia-causing bacteria. Although the test is capable of detecting viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, only one virus was found on one mask (alcelaphine herpesvirus 1).

The analysis detected the following 11 dangerous pathogens on the masks:

Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumonia)
Mycobacterium tuberculosis (tuberculosis)
Neisseria meningitidis (meningitis, sepsis)
Acanthamoeba polyphaga (keratitis and granulomatous amebic encephalitis)
Acinetobacter baumanni (pneumonia, blood stream infections, meningitis, UTIs—resistant to antibiotics)
Escherichia coli (food poisoning)
Borrelia burgdorferi (causes Lyme disease)
Corynebacterium diphtheriae (diphtheria)
Legionella pneumophila (Legionnaires’ disease)
Staphylococcus pyogenes serotype M3 (severe infections—high morbidity rates)
Staphylococcus aureus (meningitis, sepsis)

Half of the masks were contaminated with one or more strains of pneumonia-causing bacteria. One-third were contaminated with one or more strains of meningitis-causing bacteria. One-third were contaminated with dangerous, antibiotic-resistant bacterial pathogens. In addition, less dangerous pathogens were identified, including pathogens that can cause fever, ulcers, acne, yeast infections, strep throat, periodontal disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and more.

The face masks studied were new or freshly-laundered before wearing and had been worn for 5 to 8 hours, most during in-person schooling by children aged 6 through 11. One was worn by an adult. A t-shirt worn by one of the children to school and unworn masks were tested as controls. No pathogens were found on the controls; samples from the front top and bottom of the t-shirt found proteins that are commonly found in skin and hair, along with some commonly found in soil.

A parent who participated in the study, Ms. Amanda Donoho, commented that this small sample points to a need for more research: “We need to know what we are putting on the faces of our children each day. Masks provide a warm, moist environment for bacteria to grow.”

The parents contracted with the lab because they were concerned about the potential of contaminants on masks that their children were forced to wear all day at school, taking them on and off, setting them on various surfaces, wearing them in the bathroom, etc. This prompted them to send the masks to the University of Florida’s Mass Spectrometry Research and Education Center for analysis.

https://rationalground.com/dangerous-pathogens-found-on-childrens-face-masks/
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Fauci finally gets blackballed ?

What happened to the almighty Dr. Fauci?

Last week he was on TV telling all of us that life wouldn’t get back to normal for at least another year or so, and this week he’s pretty much gone.

So what happened?

Well, a lot, actually.

The biggest turn for Fauci involves 3 little words: Gain of Function.

It was this past week when the “gain of function” dots were publicly connected to the good doctor.

This is nothing new for those of us on the right. Here on Revolver, we’ve covered Fauci’s gain of function research extensively… and the evidence against him is very damning.

https://www.revolver.news/2021/05/dr-fauci-you-are-done-here/
rapsheet

Update to the parody

Well the story in which I based the isolated from the world out of fear of catching Covid parody had an update. Irony is, the comment they are free to choose whether to be isolated or not...bahahahahahahahahahaha. Yeah if the government doesn't have the country locked down still...



Court drops case against Dutch father who isolated family
By MIKE CORDER, Associated Press 4 hrs ago

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — A Dutch court ruled Thursday that a deeply religious father who kept some of his children isolated from the outside world for years in a remote farmhouse can't stand trial on charges including child sexual abuse because he has been incapacitated by a stroke.

The decision came after prosecutors last month asked the court in the northern city of Assen to drop the case because the 68-year-old suspect wasn't fit to stand trial. Prosecutors had initially accused him of illegally detaining his children and sexually abusing two of them.

It brings to an end a case that made headlines around the world in October 2019 after one of the man's sons raised the alarm and authorities discovered the father had been living for years with six of his children in the farmhouse in the small village of Ruinerwold in the eastern Netherlands.

At a preliminary hearing in January last year, prosecutors portrayed the father, identified only as Gerrit Jan van D., as a deeply religious man who saw his family as “chosen by God” and did everything in his power — including physical beatings and other punishments — to keep them from succumbing to what he considered malign outside influences.

Aerial images of the farm showed it surrounded by hedges and trees and with a large vegetable patch near the buildings.

The court ruled Thursday that a 2016 stroke had so badly affected the father's ability to communicate and comprehend that continuing with the case would breach his fair trial rights.

“He doesn't sufficiently understand what is happening in the courtroom,” court spokesman Marcel Wolters said in a video statement.

The six children who were kept on the farm are now all young adults. Three older siblings had earlier left the family’s isolated life. Their mother died in 2004.

It wasn't immediately clear what will now happen to the father. An Austrian national identified only as Jozef B., who is accused of helping the father keep the family in isolation, remains a suspect in the case.

Corinne Jeekel, a lawyer representing the eldest four children, told Dutch broadcaster NOS that they were disappointed with the decision.

“It is a great shame for the clients that there will be no criminal judgment” on the allegations, Jeekel told national broadcaster NOS.

The rest of the family, however, stood by their father.

“The youngest five children are very happy,” defense lawyer Robert Snorn told local broadcaster RTV Drenthe.

Prosecutors said last month that the children are now free to choose their own futures, even if that means returning to a life of isolation.

“In the past 18 months, the children have got to know our society, have been able to participate in it and have received spiritual and medical care,” prosecutors said in a statement. “If, now that they have been able to taste the alternative, they nevertheless choose to want to live in seclusion with their father again, to exercise their faith ... that is their choice.”