All right, Chris, welcome to the be you find happy podcast,Chris from six, seven podcast six, is it six, seven or six, seven foot podcast?I
Know six, seven. Well, it it's really either one. Like II'm a bit squirrly with the branding. So sometimes I say six foot, sevenpodcast, and other times I say six, seven, and then some people say 67 podcast and I'm like, listen, it all works. No, that ain't right. Okay. I'm not 67 years old.
Somebody, somebody listened to our last episode and theywere like, you laughed a lot. I was like, the dude is funny.
Well, thank you. That's a compliment.
I feel, I feel like we should have recorded the part whereyou were eating cereal and we were settling in for this
Podcast that would've been even. I mean, I can go get somemore cereal, you know, cereals always on.
I mean, and I feel like it's midnight your time. I feellike that's like the appropriate midnight meal. of
Course it's like, there is no better midnight meal, right?Are we
Doing honey bunches of votes? Are we doing, you know,honey S
I love both of those cereals. Um, we're doing some ofslightly more. No, definitely not. Great. I have taste Michaela. we're doing COVID. Yeah know, right. I still have my taste. Okay. I'm not eating grape, Netflix. I'm not trying to recover from a COVID . Now this is it's like some granola thingy it's called nature's best FLA seed GRA it's healthy, but it's bougie cereal. So it's almost like use li .
I actually love the nature's best with the flax. It'sdelicious. But you do have to stay close to the restroom yes.
And you have to buy like five boxes of it. I'm six footseven, hence the podcast. So I can eat literally one whole box in a sitting andit's like, nothing for me.
My brother used to do that. He'd get like that big old,like, um, what was those Tupperware poles that this big, massive ginormous onepull their whole cereal box in and then like a gallon in a milk. It would my mom off so bad. she's
Oh boy. So right before we hit record, um, while you wereworking on the clickity cl I, uh, we started talking a little bit about how Iwas flying tonight and I to do my check ride a couple weeks ago, except that I got, I got COVID. And the funny story about that, it was definitely a Delta variant, um, is that I was actually, um, so I was recording a podcast with the UN injected, which is an app for people that aren't getting the vaccine. And literally, I was like sick the day I recorded it and was starting to have symptoms and was like, okay, it's time for me to probably go swab my nose. Mm-hmm um, and find out if I have it. But I was like one of the first people I think, in the community to get, we were pretty, like, we invaded COVID as a community for the most part in our small town. And, uh, I was like one of the first P able to get it. So I put it on, um, social media and was really funny is that I had like, you know, three times the amount of story views and stuff like that. And I think, and my dog's going crazy. So, and I think it was, um, you know, a bunch of people that had like unfollowed me because of my position on the masks and whatnot. And they, they were like waiting to see if I was gonna die, you know,
No, it's, it's definitely not a thing. Like they weretotally spying on me just to say like P even my stories, just to see what wasgonna happen. And, um, I'm kind of like full transparency. I'm like the whole thing about it is if we were talking about it more and our experiences and like hugging our neighbors and helping them, we would've been over this by now. Wait,
You know, we beyond over you're you're, you're totallyright too by about that. I think that a stigma around it, I mean, cuz youbasically got a Scarlet letter on you. If you don't get the juice or if you got the actual disease.
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Absolutely. And I was really surprised by that. It waslike a sh don't tell sh don't say that you have like baloney full honky. I'mlike announcing it to the world. I'm walking them through what I'm going through. I'm telling people what I'm doing to help myself recover. I'm telling people about the aftermath of it. I lost my smell. I did the nose trial stuff, the scent stuff with like sticking ginger up my nose and lemon and all that and to get it back and I got it back. I was joking about how the first time in my life, my don't stink.
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Is definitely happening. I feel like, um, you know, humoris important too, but, and then I started playing like Santa Claus withdelivering COVID packages to people as the whole town started to get it. Oh, wow. Um, yeah, my dad was like, you're the outbreak monkey I was like, no, that wasn't me, but I'm not saying who it was.
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ugh> you don't wanna that person. It probablyfeels triple bad. Yeah. Especially if they got the juice, that would be even,that would be right. I forgot we're on a podcast. I can say the V word on this platform. Right. I'm allowed
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That's a good one, but it's crazy. And so I have to tellyou, um, so I wanna get, before we get into that, I wanna your perspective on,because ironically, what happened today? We weren't even supposed to record today and it worked out, but with Facebook going down, I feel like we need to talk about it. I feel like we have, have to,
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We got it. We got it. Now I do wanna ask, how are youfeeling like, well, we we'll get into the COVID discussion cause I wanna knowhow you beat it and what your treatment pro to a call was and all these things. But
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Well, no I'll share. I'll tell you that right now that, Imean, this is great. Especially for anybody listening, who's like terrified ofthe thing. Um, so here's the thing. Number one, definitely don't go to the hospital a hundred percent. Don't do that. Right? Like, um, you're gonna be fine. It's an attitude thing. More than anything people would ask me, is it like the cold you've ever got it? Actually wasn't I had bronchitis and pneumonia at the same time and that was way worse, but it felt like an alien invasion. Like it literally you can tell that it is not it's man. Like you can feel that it's manmade interest. It just the way that it like Grimes into you, you're like, Ew, gross, get, get, get it out. Like you can just tell it it's hard to describe, but like I had symptoms that were so weird that only some like evil creator, like fricking what is that guy? This dude with the bald head. Um, remember that show?
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Yeah. Yeah, for sure. I mean, because I'm like, I'm thegranola person, right. You know, like I eat super healthy. I take my vitamins,I exercise by that. I mean, I'm hiking up at high altitude, you know, nine miles on a Wednesday kind of thing. And this thing brought me to my knees. So, um, but the way that I think it does that is, um, you know, certain viruses like Epstein bar they'll live in, um, in like your thyroid gland that, you know, chicken PS pops up later as she things like that, right. They live dormant and our bodies, um, kind of keep them at bay with the knowledge and, and, and uh, antibodies that were formed while we had the virus. And so what I think this thing does is I think that it, so for my research combined with some, um, conspiracy theory kind of mindset happening, I believe that it is actually blocking the receptors that hold those viruses at bay. So you're not actually just getting COVID 19, you're getting COVID 19, you're getting chicken box. You're getting Epstein bar, which is mononucleosis. I think you're getting whatever was lying, dormant
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On some level and whatever they might have shot up in youat the flue shots or any of these Garda sill or boosters or any of that stuff.And you know, that actually makes a lot of sense because as these months have transpired, I've been scratching my head, like, okay, they said this was a upper respiratory disease. This just doesn't make sense. Why the symptoms are just so wildly in ruining. It's like, oh, my ankle hurt my back, broke down. up. My eyeballs went backwards. I think I got the coat. It's like what? I got long haulers, like, wait, how define that? Right. Are you like, how healthy are you not? Okay. Got it. So you, you think it's the anti masker that makes you feel this way? Got it. so
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At first I thought, well, it's just gotta not be a thing.And so anybody with anything has it, you know, that's what I was thinking. Andthen I started to kind of process this. I'm like, ah, no, I see what's happening. That's why people are getting funky rashes. It's some mild version of the fricking chicken pox they're getting again or something like that. You know what I mean?
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Exactly. You know, and, and that, and to me, it's theperfect, um, it, it just explains so much. So when you said that it, you canfeel the alien, like you can feel the foreign nature of this thing to me, I'll go, okay. Now that makes a ton of sense, because I had, like, we all know that this whole, like some guy ate a bat in China, narrative falling apart. Right. But then separately, you know, FCIs emails get leaked or not leaked, but released cuz buzz feed apparently asks for it. Right. As if that's just how . And then we see these emails where there's all kinds of red flags and like several of the emails, right. Not the least of which is him telling his family to use certain treatments that he publicly lambasts and calls unsafe, but then investigation kind of kicks off.
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He, the, the whole ran Paul Congress thing happens inFauci is, oh, you lie before Congress. Okay. And then he gets back with ranPaul. And it's more about the fact that he lied and not the lie itself. It's like, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. FCIs lied about a ton of stuff. Like get over that part. Let's let's get to the actual lab funding because what's happened now is that was what like July or June this now October. And nobody's really gotten these solid lock on what did cause this thing you ask any scientist or zoologist and they'll tell you zoo natally, zoo nautically or whatever. It's pretty much impossible for something to jump two species, one species, much less two species become like this pervasively problematic for humans when it's otherwise hadn't been so, okay. So with that said, and that's pretty much fully understood then how on earth do we explain what happened?
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Because the whole guy ate a that you know, Chinese wetmarket story is completely falling apart at this point. So then what is it? Oh,did it lead from a lab? You don't know. Okay. Well you funded part of this lab, but, but you you're removing the association or the assertion that the lab that we partially funded in some nebulous way, because here's the thing. If they did fund it, but it had nothing to do with the, the, the, the virus leak. Just be like, well, yeah. I mean, we funded that was a long time ago. Like yeah, no, I, I talked to that girl, but that was before she turned crazy. So you can't associate me with her crazy. And it's just, cause I said, Hey to her five years ago. Right. See what I mean? It's like you, there's a way to rationally.
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Explain it off. If it's actually unrelated. The problem isliterally nobody held his feet, a fire on what did happen. So here we are inOctober talking about loose to shots and vaccine passports. And you know, you can't, you know, I just saw today, you, you have your New York, your baby's in the neonatal intensive care unit in the NICU. The parents can't even get their own baby unless they approved to the hospital. That they've been vaccin stop. I just read that today. I haven't followed up on that. So maybe if you're listeners hear that, that's not true. Maybe that's not true, but I've seen two, several people say that to me and, and oh boy, refer that to me. And obviously it's clearly where things are headed. So I'm just like, so then what the heck is it? We really just gonna sit there and be like, oh, well, yeah, out, you funded it. But uh, let's talk about something else. Like we really not gonna get to the bottom of what this actually is.
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and what's even more perplexing to me is howyou can gather the evidence, put it in the most basic understandable formatpossible. Give it to someone know like, no mm-hmm, don't, don't don't believe that because that's not what CNN is
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Like I there's two alternate realities happening. I, I wassitting at a restaurant and you know, this, this group walks in, close togetherwith their mess on their face. They sit down at the restaurant, they take it off. They're eating. It's like, did the, did the COVID go on the timeout? And does it know not to drop below the freaking four foot mark here because you're sitting at the table and then does it say game on when you stand of back up? Cuz they put their mask back on after they ate to leave the restaurant
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If you weren't a believer in string theory before then nowCOVID has made you a believer in parallel universities, multiverse, stringtheory, all that stuff, all of it, all of it. So when you got sick, you felt it coming on, you took a test, do rapid test or PCR.
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So my situation was a little different. So I knew a familymember had it. It was given to my son and I knew, so my son woke up with afever. We were supposed to go to a birthday party. He, I, he, I didn't know he had the fever yet. We were supposed to go to a birthday party. We were in the car and he fell asleep in the car. And when I, he does that, I'm like, uh, oh. And so I put my hand over, felt his forehead. I'm like, Ooh, he's got a fever. Turn the car around. By the time I got home and checked his temperature, um, the family member with it said, I just lost my smell. And I'm like, okay. So this is definitely, probably COVID, here's the thing. Uh, I am a mama bear, right? So there is no way on God's green earth that I'm gonna lock my son in a room and hand him little notes under the door.
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right. Yeah. That's not happening. So I'mcuddling with them. I'm J you know, I'm not making any attempts whatsoever todistance myself and, you know, kids like he'll, he walks through the kitchen and coughs on everything. like, I swear the do it on purpose. You're like, wow. Um, so I knew, I knew that that, unless I had already had it, I was gonna get it. Like, I, I pretty much knew this. And so, uh, within four days of him having it, I, uh, it started with like, my eyes were just really burning mm-hmm and, um, out of an abundance of caution, I, so being a psychotherapist, I'd moved my clients to video session mm-hmm . And by the end of the day, I was like, oh man, my eyes are burning. And I thought, oh, you know, we had the wildfires burning like crazy here.
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One was, we were on the edge of the evacuation. I thought,oh, it's the wildfire smoke. I'm still kind of being optimistic, you know, andvideo conferencing all day. I'm just tired, woke up the next morning and had a headache mm-hmm . And um, I was like, okay, here we go. Did the podcast with the UN injected and started to kind of feel a little bit of what I would say is a shortness of breath, but not, you know, not like they're describing it. And so being a pilot, we actually have a pulse oximeter for when we fly up at high altitude. So I went to the airplane, got, got the pulse Sox and started checking oxygen levels. And that's when I started to know, okay, this is definitely COVID. And, um, just because my sister-in-law is actually an ER nurse and I'm like, what do I need to do to avoid the hospital?
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Right. You know? And she's like, well, here's what youprobably should have at home. Mm-hmm um, I had already goneat the beginning of the year online to America's frontline doctors. Mm-hmm and I'd already ordered the ivermectin, the hydroxychloroquine and they send you the, the zinc and the D three. Got it. So I'd already had those on hand, but she recommended, you know, look, if you go to the outpatient clinic, you know, they'll swab your nose, do the rapid test on site, they'll prescribe you some things. Um, she said, if they don't tell them, you want these things advocate for yourself. Mm-hmm . So I went there, you know, at that point, had the fever, had the whole nine, um, swab, the nose came back. I knew the minute they walked back out with like the full gear, be a bullet center, you know? Right.
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Yeah. Um, she comes out with all the plastic on, you know,and, uh, she was like, well, you know, we recommend this and this. Andbasically she was saying, um, you probably shouldn't be driving a car and you should probably going in the ER, I'm like, okay, well, that's just not an option. So here's what I'm gonna be needing from you. Um, I'm gonna need Dizi myin and that's to avoid the COVID pneumonia. I said, I'm gonna be needing the VE Tate for the anti cough. I'd like some anti nausea, Medicaid I just gave, and I wanted the albuterol inhaler. I just said, these are the things I need. Um, and,
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And just so that your listeners know, the first thing youmentioned is to, um, mitigate not, not the, um, well, let go backwards. Cause Iremember the, the inhalers for like breathing ease and to actually open up the airway passages. One of them is for nausea. One of them, um, the erythromycin is inflammation.
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Yeah. So it antibiotics an if the, if you basically look,if you push through and get up and walk and spend a little time outside,soaking up some vitamin D and go throw a load of towels in the dryer and stuff, you're not going to have that pooling pneumonia situation happen. Um, but it's, but if it gets to that, you know, the antibiotic is not got it. Yeah. And I've been prone to, um, you know, I've had, like I said, pneumonia and bronchitis in the past, so I kind of have been prone to that in the past. Yeah. So I was like, well, I just don't wanna have to get myself in a situation where I've gotta go to an emergency room. Right. Right.
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Yeah. So, and to be honest, I feel that that is the mostresponsible way to avoid overcrowding the hospitals. See what I'm saying? It'slike, yeah. Take like, I'm glad you explained that because everybody is positioning this vaccination as the only possible way period. End of conversation, to help stop the overwhelming of the hospital system. So aside from the fact that most hospital systems are not actually overwhelmed, what you just explained is how to take personal responsibility, considering your previous medical history and preemptively stock your cabinet with the things that you need, should you come into contact with it and then go ahead and live your life as you otherwise would. And then when you found it, the, the, the disease let you know, it was, there was no confusion, no confusion and sprung into action. And the hospitals were saved. Pfizer might have made a few less dollars that month, but the hospitals were not overwhelmed.
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Up. So, and you know, and the other thing is, since, sinceI was kind of one of the first in the community, um, you know, now people intheir seventies, eighties, nineties, people with, uh, you know, high risk immunocompromised, they've all gotten the Delta, they've all survived. It, you know, they've all been fine. Um, and it's, I believe because they did not go to the hospital, they did not panic. So what of the people in my family was what I would consider kind of a severe to moderate, you know, touch and go kind of a case mm-hmm um, and came out fine, you know? And I do think that mindset plays a lot into it. Hundred percent. My mom, well, I probably shouldn't say that kinda, but, uh, you know, my mom's one of those people where it's like, it's either gonna kill her or she's gonna kick its. There's
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That's just it. Um, so, you know, I mean, I made sure thatI was getting up every day and I'm not gonna lie. There were some days where Iwas really bluesy because I was like, I mean, the combination of being the first and not knowing and all the fear, it does not matter that I've been, you know, um, a proponent for living your life, not in fear, unasked cetera. Mm-hmm for the past two years mm-hmm and sharing data and statistics, et being logical about it. It doesn't matter that because at the end of the day, the mass psychosis that has been perpetuated of fear mm-hmm , it, it hits all of us on some level, even if you were like the strongest human ever, you know? So there were a few moments where, you know, the stories that have bled into my existence or people that have said things to me, because of my position I'm asking and stuff took over like, oh God, am I gonna die? Am I, you know, but at the end of the day, my position was well leave said I didn't waste the last year in my half of my life. Not enjoying it cause I'm gonna
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Time. Yeah. Yeah. And, and, and, you know, that's a greatpoint because the, what, what you just said speaks really to this idea thathumans have evolved, or at least been programmed to evolve in this way where we legitimately a fear death. I, as if it's like just the worst half, these people who die might be like, oh my gosh, what a relief. The other side is way better than earth. right. We dunno. Nobody know, we dunno. The other half of the equation is how is it that we really think that if it's our time, then we, no, it's not my time. Well, all right. The grand Re's here, God has spoken. No, no, no, no. I'm sorry. God, I'm sorry. Grim. Y'all need to, like I come another day. I got, yeah, exactly. I got an episode to catch later tonight. You know what I'm saying?
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It's like, it's like the audacity now. I'm not somebodywho's saying we shouldn't practice obvious self-preservation techniques. but it, it becomes this kind of like, you know, it's a freedom really to say, listen, I'm okay. If, if it's really my time to go, it's my time. And, and, and that's okay. And who knows? It's a flip of the coin at best that it's actually better on the other side. You know what I mean? It's like, right. We have, I think they've just created this culture or to feel initially a fear of dying to promote safety. I mean, they do it across all kinds of other subject matter, like ADT or so troll or CPI, right. They're constantly showing you commercials of robbers, breaking into homes, which is not really actually how house robberies usually go at any cop tell you most house robberies are people, you know, like nephews or cousins strung out the landscaper, the landscaper, exactly.
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The guy who was the bug, you know, Terminator guy who camealready seen the inside of the house. Right. It's not, or like the employees ofADT. Right. They know how to just disable the thing that would prevent them from being seen, or that would cause them from being seen. But they sell you that to sell you the illusion of safety as if I really couldn't just come snap your phone cord, and then break into the house or just like, learn the code or get some sort of like code hacking. You know what I'm saying? There's like a 50,000 ways I could bypass a house security thing. And it's the same thing with this COVID situation. They've got people so afraid of dying from Chinese people, falling out in the streets all the way to, you're gonna murder every grandmother that exists. If you walk outside your reports out of mask only to sell you the idea of safety in the form of this vaccination.
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And it's just ludicrous to me because it's kind of like,especially now that all the data's come out about how it does not stop you fromcatching it or spreading it. Right. And how like, and, and, and we can talk about Israel and, you know, Al Shachi and Iceland and all these countries that are like crazy of course, pills. Right. Well, well, yeah, then there's that, then there's that conversation because then you've got El Salvador and Japan and Argentina literally giving out ivermectin along with vitamin D vitamin C aspirin and some things yeah. To their citizen on the exact same day that the FDA mocks the idea with a horse with literally a horse photo on their Instagram and, and Twitter. Oh, do you see that? Didn't did you see that? No, that's when I like, that's disgusting. I have so few moments where I just throw my hands up and go, okay, okay. This is a whole, that was one of them. It was like maybe three year or four weeks ago. Now the FDA on their Twitter, on their Facebook and on their official Instagram account tweeted a photo of a horse. And the caption was you are not a horse quitted with the IMEC stop it. Yes. And this is like on the little, same day, the Japan ministry of health announces, if you, an adult were gonna ensure that you can get IMEC , it's just like the balls that they have that say that the audacity, I cannot
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Is it's dishonest to say that your product does somethingthat it doesn't do. It's right. It's disingenuous to say that someone else'sproduct can't help you and yours can't, but it is straight up evil to the access to that other product that actually does help while at the same time mocking the product that helps. Yep. While at the same time administering the product that doesn't help. That actually complicates things. I mean, and when we say help, I really am talking about help you recover from COVID because as far as I've been able to see vaccinated or UN vaccinated, you're you're, you, you kind of, it's like there's no, the vaccine doesn't really help you in the ways, any of the ways that we've been told it does in terms of prevention or pre definitely not. It doesn't make the hospitals any less this or that. Nope. You know, the, you know, there's a whole conversation about what happens at the hospitals that actually does make the situation worse, but it is evil Michaela. You're a hundred percent, right. This is an evil agenda to not only withhold, but to mock why it's like, they could've just not said anything. Anyway. I would've just right. I would've had one evil eye pointed at them, but now I got both eyes looking at them squinting, cuz they mock it
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Well. And Dell Bigtree talks a lot about that on the, thehigh wire podcast. I don't know if you listen to that, but he's done greatstuff. And even promoting Simone gold and stuff of America's frontline, but yeah. Yeah, for me, I had never been as tired as I, so you know, you get a cold, you think, okay, it's gonna be two to three days. Um, I'm gonna have one day before then two to two or three days at home on a real bad kind of case. And then I'm gonna be back at work day four and five mm-hmm you, you, my experience and everyone that I know that has come into contact with it, it's a solid 10 days of pretty much misery mm-hmm . And by that I don't mean you think you're gonna die. I just mean you're well aware that you do not, you cannot function at the capacity that you're used to functioning at. Yeah. Um, you're tired, you know, you're just fatigued. Um, it, you know, the muscle soreness and stuff, it's just, it's just a grumpy bluesy thing. It's a grumpy bluesy thing, but it's not gonna kill you and you know, it's not gonna kill you. It's just gonna be really annoy you.
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And you are trying to do stuff,
Right? Yep. Okay. So the worst part for me was, um, Ithree, because the family member situation, right. All that I, I ended up beinghome and being one of the first in the community. I ended up to try to be like extra cautious, not to spread cetera. I ended up being home for about a whole month. And then when I finally went out into the world, I, I felt like I was like, like it was illegal. I know. Like I felt like I was like looking around like, does anybody know? Am I, you know, am I gonna get arrested? Am I clear? You know? And I was totally clear, but I just felt like I was, shouldn't be allowed in public because of it's against the law now, you know, mm-hmm yeah. Um, because of the way that you're treated just about it. Um, and so anyway, I went out in, in the public and um, what I immediately realized was the brain fog was legit.
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It's nuts. I mean, it is the weirdest thing. I, I had beenlearning a lot of new stuff with my pilot's license and I just absolutely couldnot grab data, especially if it was newly recent data that I had learned.
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You know? Yes. And you know what, it kind of felt like fora, a while after the, the bulk of it was, I don't know if you've ever had aconcussion, but you know how, when you're reading something, you get tired really quickly or you just kind of towards the end of the day, you kind of have that kind of, throbby just done this. That's what it
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Felt like. Yeah. Interesting. But all day,
No, just in the evening. Oh, just in
The evening. Okay. Yeah.
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But it came back,
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No. Mm-hmm okay. So no speech, none of that, but just asense of, um, exhaustion, just being really tired. And I had some weird dreamsand I'm not the only person. I actually mentioned this on my Instagram. And I had like, I don't know, 17 people message me that they also had weird dreams during. COVID interesting. See,
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Now this is the type of thing about it. I know, you know,this is fascinating. This is what I think is missing the conversation aroundit. Right. This idea that none of us are actually lepers here and right. There's just a tremendous amount that we don't really know yet about what we're really dealing with. So we have to talk about that.
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That's what scares me. So I, so there, there was twofold.Part of me was like, thank God I finally got this fricking thing. I know whatto expect. And now I have superhuman blood. Yay me. Right. But the other part, part of me was like, but what's in me, you
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Is an alien? So, but because what's weird is the dreamsthat I had. I'm not gonna lie. I'll be completely transparent. They were alienoriented dreams. If I could even call them dreams, I'm gonna say they might have been visits. Wow. Um, nothing weird. No, no. You know, weird polls at my butt or anything like
Speaker 3 (00:34:50):
That. That's good.
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Speaker 3 (00:35:04):
Wow. You know? Yeah. This makes me think, okay. So I've,I've this whole time I've been have a separate mental, yellow, legal pad in mymind about, okay, well, what is it? We know it is not, we, we definitely know what it ain't and that's everything that they saying, but what is it that we're dealing with? It's not this guy that ate a bat in China. It's not that. Nope. No. So what is it? And as I've been listening and just kind of gathering more stories, the I'll, I will say that the dream aspect is one thing that I haven't really heard anybody mention. And granted, maybe you hadn't either until all these people started reaching out to you after your experience.
Speaker 2 (00:35:44):
I think people are freaked out to mention it. Of
Course, of course.
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Speaker 3 (00:35:56):
You know, this, this actually, this is fascinating to mebecause I really genuinely like actually think that what we're really talkingabout here is a bio weapon that has an undisclosed payload and, and possibly a payload. That's different depending on your, your location. I still maintain that. They just spray it out over top of people. Yeah. And it's the simple, I mean, I, I do think that there's a, um, a, um, proximity angle where you can like catch it from an individual, but I almost feel like the catching part is the activation part. Everybody's dealing with the dormant possibility of it. And then Uhhuh, you catch the, the relay node from your son's friend or family member, whoever. And then that's what kind of kicks it into gear. I just don't think
Speaker 2 (00:36:53):
Speaker 3 (00:37:05):
Accident. See, there you go. It's like these types ofcorrelations, they, they would love to silence on the internet, but the truthis a correlation doesn't equal causation, but it usually does. It's it's, it's very often that correlations do lend insight into causation. And I think that the, I, I just know that this is ridiculous that an upper respiratory virus that apparently hopped from a bat to a person, I mean, was baked in a lab that might have leaked out. I mean, dot.dot, who really knows can cause everything from, oh, I can't breathe to, oh, I can't think to, oh my gosh, I'm having alien dreams right. To my back is hurting. And I have muscle fatigue. You see what I'm saying? It's just like, legs can cause muscle aches and soreness. And I understand the physiology behind that. Yeah. But this is, but also is so far past that
Speaker 2 (00:37:56):
This muscle soreness isn't the flu, like literally thegroin pain I had was reminiscent of childbirth. Oh, wow. Not in the, not in theextremity of the pain, in the deepness of it. And women will understand that. They'll know that, that deep muscular, where there, you cannot rub it away. God.
Speaker 3 (00:38:19):
Speaker 2 (00:38:23):
No. And that out. Right.
Speaker 3 (00:38:25):
Exactly. I mean, it's a very strange request of yourlisten missus. I'm gonna lift my leg up here. Just just work yourmagic. All right. Just stay away from this area in that area. but I think that, I think it's fascinating to me because I just, you know, like I look at this whole thing, cuz the reason, part of the reason I like to call my podcast is the six foot seven podcast is. Cause I'm always saying we gotta take a taller perspective. Like literally standing on stilts, if you're short. Yeah. And like become six, seven for a second and look down at the bigger picture from a bird's eye view. And what I see that has happened as far as everything that's transpired from two weeks, the slow to spread until now is the establishment of a new social protocol. Period. Most people have survived.
Speaker 3 (00:39:16):
Everyone talk about 600,000 deaths, which we know were notall actual COVID deaths, no fell off a ladder. Got, you know, exactly came inthere with a, with a, for cancer happened to test positive off a test that has wildly false positives. Mm-hmm and then you died four months later and that's considered a COVID. Yeah. But what I think that has always kind of perplexed me up into this point is so what's like, I, I remember thinking, I don't think that there's just trying to kill people off necessarily. I think that this is about experimentation and policy reformation and psychosis and psychosis psychosis and like a psychological operation mm-hmm . But in order to do that, you have to, people have to feel something, right. If everybody who got COVID was like, I didn't feel anything their narrative would've got. Right. So at least having one out of a hundred people that you know, this, like, no, I got it.
Speaker 3 (00:40:14):
And it was bad is enough psychologically to be like, okay,well then it's something. And so for those people, I really try not to befacetious or laugh. Obviously you got it and you felt pretty bad and you're here laughing about it now because it isn't that deadly it's like having a concussion is pretty serious, right? We're not all wearing football. Helmet is 24 7. So we don't, I mean, if we really wanted to ensure that we don't die from a concussion, that we don't kill grandma by accident, we should all be in some, in some quarterback with the Sheila and everything, but that's impractical. Right. So I would argue that injecting 7.8 billion people with a toxic computer code is also impractical. But you know, it managed to make that as convenient as possible. as convenient as walk through your local Walgreens and just stepping right on up.
Speaker 3 (00:41:08):
But I think that the purpose of this was like, listen,everybody's physiology is so different. So whatever we're modifying this lab,it's gotta affect it's. We gotta toss a couple ankle aches and uh, fog and this and that and taste. And it's a couple things that's gotta be affected for enough people to throw the cauldron. Exactly. And fix it up. And you know, person a might feel nothing person B has almost dies from it person C it's like I lost my tastes of smell, but nothing else. And person B is like, I had my taste of smell, but I felt awful for 10 days. You know? It just is so varied. Yeah. And this is another reason why I'm I'm, I'm trying to thump some sense into the, you know, I hate using the anti-vax Provax title, but people who would place this title upon themselves as a Provax I'm like, listen, if we know that this virus in this disease is not a one size fits all thing, then how on earth do you really expect this vaccine to be a one size fits all thing? Like when has that ever applied to any medication in the past? Right. All these like thought processes are just out the door and I get it. It's because of the fear and the psychology, but man, oh man, this is an experiment like I've never seen before. And it, to me
Speaker 2 (00:42:26):
Go ahead. Uh, I've been doing my own little experimentlately. Okay. Um, out of the goodness of my heart. Right. So I have had it. Um,and now I know people that are actively with it in the past month and a half. And so I told you I've been playing Santa Claus, right. Delivering these little care packages of zincs and Gatorades and pulse oximeters and UR two and just different things. I, um, hydroxychloroquine et cetera. And I don't dis I give them hugs. Granted I'm not like close to them per se, but there has