Survey Results on What People Have Learned in the Last Two Years
The CCPC19 remains unprecedented, fluid, and incrementally unfolding with diametrically opposed "experts" on its magnitude and duration.
Apart from Fauci idolaters and 45-47 whatevers, most folks now admit they don't know what the anything but heaven is going on because, uh, they don't know what the anything but heaven is going on.
Go back to the first sentence-paragraph.
Of course, there are some that are very passionate about pretending they know what's going on even when we know they know they don't; like the woman that said to me, "I'm following the science."
I asked, "Which one?"
She said, "The right one!"
I've never pretended to know what's going on because, uh, I don't know what's going on; pero I read a lot and I've been connecting the dots to...
Ah, that's for Kennedy, Rogan, #12, and other articulate advocates of intersecting truth to talk and write about.
Let's circle back.
I'm mostly interested in how people are moving through the hyperbole, hysteria, and histrionics.
Aside from the Bears making a big mistake in dumping Robbie, I'm interested in what thinking people that aren't pejoratively sheepish are thinking.
So I asked several, "What have you learned in the last two years?"
I asked folks to keep it to a sentence or two.
Obviously, never known for being brief, I didn't think I could participate in the survey.
Actually, I did come up with something to say in one sentence: "I've learned America needs Jesus more than ever before."
Fortunately, lots of folks that are lots smarter than me responded.
Here's a sampling.
Newspaper editor: "A lot of people in power in this country have made it clear they are for the power and not the people."
Financial Manager: "The American media has made evil acceptable if it fits a political agenda and is against Christ and America. The biggest racists in America are the people calling people racists."
School teacher: "Well, you got what you wished for. You hate him more than you love America. How's Brandon working out for you? Sorry, three sentences with this fourth. Here's a fifth that I could use after Trump and Biden followed by a sixth. Yes, I'm a school teacher that still knows how to count as compared to those that only know how to enforce children wearing masks and asking for more time off."
Saint in Belvidere: "I've discovered how much I need Jesus and His presence in my life."
Poet in Rockford: "Jesus' love sustains when mortals continually disappoint. Start with Jesus and stay with Jesus!"
Farmer: "People today have had life too easy and are willing to give away America and God for promises from LIARS in government."
Rocker: "I remember the 60s and 70s when churches and pastors and school teachers stood up against the man not with the man. Have you heard that new song by Kid Rock?"
Pastor in Aurora: "The Word of Truth is not meant to be an option."
A Really Smart Guy in My Franchise that I Need to Get to Know Better: "I've learned that people of all backgrounds buy into hysteria and stop using logic. Mass media and other sources can manipulate society more than I ever imagined to believe something with little science, data, or logic backing the information given to them labeled as science."
Rockford Renewalist: "As freedoms continue to vanish and the economy gets crazy, I'm praying earnestly for a historic move of God in our times."
Recently Retired Pastor: "I am reminded of what the prophet Mark Twain once said, 'There are lies, damn lies, and then there's statistics.'"
S: "I am totally,100% dependent on Jesus ALONE!!!
That's my unscientific survey.
Seems appropriate with what's happened to "science" in America.
Here's my point.
Keep thinking and learning...and stop swallowing their...
The willfully ignorant are the frogs in the kettle.
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