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BTW, if you don't have this yet, it's $20 for a years supply, and can keep you virus free this holiday season. It works for me..

https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/xlear-a-simple-cheap-nose-spray-can?

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Nov 7, 2022·edited Nov 7, 2022Author

I hope the ghosts of Christmas present and future pay a visit to all these WEF wankers!

This piece from Neil Oliver is worth 19 minutes to watch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3m3yi82A8Zc

Neil Oliver – ‘...they want us to do what?!?

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Nov 6, 2022Liked by Jimychanga

Thanks for sharing this classic!

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Fun Fact: A Christmas Carol is the first of Dickens's 'Christmas books,' which were published annually in periodicals for several years. It is set in England sometime in the early 1840s. Interestingly, Christmas trees, although featured in royal and upper-class homes beginning sometime around 1840, were not yet a traditional part of the holiday for the middle and lower classes, so none are present in Dickens's novella.

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This is good shit.

You never know what it takes to turn a life around, or what a little caring can do for a kid!

"It was Vincent who turned Vincent around, along with a junkie house painter that he worked with after stumbling through high school. This guy apparently scared him straight; talked him into going to community college, holding himself up as the eventual alternative.."

Read more:

https://www.seattletimes.com/education-lab/guest-essay-a-fourth-grade-teacher-who-believes-theres-always-hope/

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Interesting to know as "It's a Wonderful Life" gets big screen replay action across the US:

What happened to James Stewart after WWII ended?

After World War II, it was said that James Stewart - like countless others - was never the same person before serving his country.

When he made It's a Wonderful Life, it was James Stewart's first film in five years. He hadn't long returned home but the effect of what he had experienced, was already evident. Stewart looks suddenly aged in the above film and traumatised. Strictly-speaking, he isn't just playing a character George Bailey. He's bringing much of himself into the role. Henceforth, James Stewart revealed a more gritty, angry streak in his later performances. Examples can be in Rope (1948), The Naked Spur (1953), Vertigo (1958) and others.

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Have you seen the Nepoleon Movie yet?

Napoleon had actually summoned the best minds and talents from all over Europe into his service. His court was deliberately filled with able men from all over Europe: Dutch, German, Italian, and even Polish. These foreigners worked in the highest offices of his imperial civil service – not exclusively French.

It was Napoleon who created the first single currency in Europe following the Roman Empire. He standardized the weight of the coins so that 40 francs equaled 40 Lire in Italy and 320 Reales in Spain. This was really Napoleon’s idea of resurrecting the Roman empire. Please take note of his coinage. He is pictured wearing a laurel wreath as a Roman emperor. He was far more than just a general. The new movie was interesting, but they overlooked his economic decisions, which were decades ahead of anyone else in Europe. https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/uncategorized/should-argentina-peg-it-currency-to-the-dollar/?

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Expect starvation and suffering across the globe if Kamala and these globalist tyrants get their way:

Listen to the interview with Marc Morano in this post...perhaps the most important one you will hear this year:

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2023/12/marc-morano-author-great-reset-joins-rose-unplugged/

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Ready to go skating again?

This will have you going through the attic for your old skates

https://youtube.com/shorts/DahCSXJc8U0?si=tcPJqtCV1mE5htmd

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Did you know Bill Gates now owns Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar?

Yep, they are buying the health food industry to control EVERYTHING

https://x.com/unhealthytruth/status/1724670088014336067?s=20

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If I could work my will, every fool with 'Merry Christmas' on his lips would be boiled in his own pudding and buried with a stake of holly through his heart.

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Best Version! This guy definitely agrees (fantastic- read it!)

"But what troubled me the most, I think, was that my son, a movie lover, was left unmoved by the whole enterprise. That hit me where I lived. As a writer who drew enough inspiration from Dickens' story to write a novel in homage, I've always believed that "A Christmas Carol" must, above all, entertain. If the vehicle is reduced to no more than its message, we might as well boil it in pudding and bury it with a sprig of holly through its heart.So it became a point of honor to find a version of Dickens' classic that would resonate for my son and his generation, just as Sim's film had once done for me.It's easy to see Scrooge's allure as a part. Given the chance to be both villain and hero in the space of 90 minutes and to leave an audience gulping on its own humanity, most actors will slay every grandmother they ever had. Which is to say that on television, radio and stage, Scrooge has been essayed by the likes of Lionel Barrymore, Ralph Richardson, Fredric March and Basil Rathbone. More recently, Shakespearean veterans like Derek Jacobi and Simon Callow and Michael Hordern have had their crack at him, and with producers now spinning out endless gender- and race-based variations, James Earl Jones, Cicely Tyson, Vanessa Williams and Susan Lucci have stepped nervously into the old template. Did I mention Vic Damone and Buddy Hackett?https://www.salon.com/2009/12/25/christmas_carol_3/

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Yes ! We use with patients .

I love this post . Thank you .

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