Tuesday, December 8, 2020

No Mercy

Previously on "2020":

The New York Times reported that Trump’s financial documents reveal the president’s three family trusts held investments in Regeneron as well as pharmaceutical giant Sanofi, which itself is a major shareholder in Regeneron.

New from the Writers:

Trump administration officials passed when Pfizer offered in late summer to sell the U.S. government additional doses of its COVID-19 vaccine, according to people familiar with the matter. Now Pfizer may not be able to provide more of its vaccine to the United States until next June because of its commitments to other countries, they said.

Saturday, December 5, 2020

State of the Insanity

Federal agents guard Fauci so "nobody tries to break in [to my home] and, as Steve Bannon would like, have somebody behead me"'.

Honor this man.  Be Sane.  Stay home.  Wear a mask if you don't.  

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Been here, done this.

Zero stars.  Don't recommend it.

Mine was caused by antibiotic induced sepsis.   
I spent every day holding on to my biology facts.  Surfing pubmed.  So I could figure it out before I forgot everything.  Jettisoned everything else.  People, places, music, recipes, html, computer programs- all gone.  I'm a cataloging librarian who forgot how to classify.  Still don't remember the dates of my own life events.  

It was very, very bad.
(And yet dealing with DJT is somehow way worse...)

Saturday, November 14, 2020


 These are the guys who don't want to wear medical masks.

Monday, November 9, 2020

Now back to our previously scheduled hijacking.

The pandemic is worse than ever. The worst in the universe.   Morgue trailers are happening again.

Ben Carson, once a brain surgeon, tested positive for COVID-19 this morning. Carson attended the election night party at the White House

It's cold outside. People's noses are dried out and swollen. They are hanging out indoors eating carbs.
You know, all the things on my "respiratory infection predictable habits" list...

And next week sometime the Supreme Court will decide to crush the ACA.  Leaving millions without health care options.

And while the Great and Glorious OZ is screeching about voter fraud to distract you-
He seems to be ready to hand off large parts of America's strategic resources to his partners in crime...
The White House is urging the Pentagon to fast track “what would essentially be a no-bid contract to lease the Department of Defense's mid-band spectrum—premium real estate for the booming and lucrative 5G market—to Rivada Networks, a company in which prominent Republicans and supporters of President Donald Trump have investments.”
Trump to strip protections from Tongass National Forest, one of the biggest intact temperate rainforests

Guessing this has something to do with no-bid contracts too-
The administration fired Lisa Gordon-Hagerty, administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), Bonnie Glick, deputy administrator of the US Agency for International Development, and Neil Chatterjee, chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
He's surely criming right now.   I am assuming he is currently "making a deal" for the mining rights to the Grand Canyon.  
Because Arizona.

Sunday, November 8, 2020

Fuck colonialist apartheid

Deepest thanks to Arizona's indigenous and immigrant Americans.  And all the black aunties everywhere...

Saturday, November 7, 2020

As I was saying


Mark Meadows, the chief of staff to President Trump, has tested positive for the coronavirus, multiple news organizations reported late Friday night. He is the latest person in the president's inner circle to catch the virus, which is surging across the country.

Meadows was last seen by reporters on election night, when Trump gave a defiant speech to supporters packed into the East Room of the White House. Meadows walked into the room ahead of Trump's adult children just ahead of his remarks.

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Now I will

Light some candles.

For sanity. For the dead. For the future. For Peace on Earth.

Keep up the good fight everyone.  Stay in the light.

Monday, November 2, 2020

The Last Gasp of the Red Death

The White House on lockdown: A federal law enforcement source tells NBC that beginning tomorrow, crews will build a “non-scalable” fence to secure the WH complex, Ellipse and Lafayette Square.

Trump is planning to hold his election night party in the East Room of the White House. They’re discussing inviting roughly 400 people, a huge amount for an indoors event during the pandemic.

Sunday, November 1, 2020

Article Roundup

Things to read instead of doomscrolling.

Pain relief caused by SARS-CoV-2 infection may help explain COVID-19 spread
This is my number one conclusion about almost all illnesses.   They mask themselves.   It's creepy.

A new investigation showed that by mid-August, the death rate in those hospitalized with coronavirus-related illness had dropped from 25.6 percentage points to about 7.6 percentage points.

You don’t have to sanitize your apples anymore, but you do have to wear a mask

The best graphics I've seen.

UCSF study shows reassuring initial findings for infant health

Writing by hand creates much more activity in the sensorimotor parts of the brain, researchers found.

Yo Denise!  Keep punching!
New research has revealed that training one arm can improve strength and decrease muscle loss in the other arm -- without even moving it. 

Parkinson's disease is not one, but two diseases
Although the name may suggest otherwise, Parkinson's disease is not one but two diseases, starting either in the brain or in the intestines.

The first systematic review of how the severity of infectious diseases changes with age suggests that the human immune system might start to lose the ability to protect against infections earlier than previously thought.

Ultra-low-cost hearing aid could address age-related hearing loss worldwide

Unlike human brains, dog brains do not contain face-sensitive areas

Did Early Humans Invent Hot Pot in Geothermal Pools?
A mystery microbe found at Olduvai Gorge inspired scientists to speculate about the origins of cooking.

Friday, October 30, 2020

Palate Cleanser

 The best thing I have seen in months.  Actually VOTE!!

State of the Insanity

Oh look, it's the Lieutenant Governor of Idaho, driving around with a gun and a Bible protesting COVID-19 restrictions while Idaho has deadliest day yet and reports second-most COVID-19 cases in single day.

Party of Life Apocalypse Porn.   A Proud Boy Wet Dream.  

Saturday, October 24, 2020


Arizona Is Ready to Toss Trump — and the Rest of the GOP

My suburban neighbors:

Ooh Looky There

Have I mentioned how much I do not want to research saliva?  Effin 2020.

I'm guessing those make a nice hidden home for Porphyromonas gingivalis...

Geez Louise.  Go figure.  Uh huh.

Monday, October 19, 2020

This Guy

Who just happens to be out of jail on bail - wants you to believe Hunter Biden is the problem in America right now.

In reality the problem is American teeth.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

This Suburban Housewife

 Says EFF YOU, NO.

My ballot is in the mail.   I voted for Joe and Kamala.

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Brain Clenching History

 The main reason Christianity became a worldwide religion is they provided medical care- even during pandemics...

Christian History Timeline: Healthcare and Hospitals in the Mission of the Church

Monday, October 12, 2020

Toxic Masculinity

Old school pathology.

Saturday, October 10, 2020

There it is

Regeneron board member and executive sell $1 million in stock after Trump touts treatment
On Monday, when markets opened, Regeneron stock prices surged from $564 to over $600 a share. That day, Joseph Goldstein, who sits on the company’s board of directors, and SVP and Head of Commercial Marion McCourt exercised stock options that let them sell a total of 10,200 shares for a net profit of over $1 million. According to filings, that netted about $740,000 for Goldstein and $260,000 for McCourt.

...The New York Times reported that Trump’s financial documents reveal the president’s three family trusts held investments in Regeneron as well as pharmaceutical giant Sanofi, which itself is a major shareholder in Regeneron.


Friday, October 9, 2020

Oh yeah, don't forget this guy

He's a perfect specimen.

As I was saying

Yeah.  Most of these men need emergency dentistry.  

Thursday, October 8, 2020


 Has anyone else noticed that he doesn't ever lift his hands over his head?  His elbows are never higher than his shoulders.   A salute is the most extension I've ever seen.  

Not a mystery

I have never believed they tested DJT daily.  He's a crybaby.  After the first time they stuck that swab up into his turbinates, he surely refused to ever do it again... until he was symptomatic.

I'm guessing he hasn't been tested in months.

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Seems Relevant Somehow

I have linked to this article before.  Took forever to find it again.  Ha.

Parasites Can Mind-Control Animals Without Infecting Them
The tapeworm doesn’t passively go along for this convoluted ride. When it enters sticklebacks, it somehow changes their behavior so they swim toward warmer water...
(After simulated attacks) groups of uninfected fish would flee to the bottom of the tank, to hide among the plants there. By contrast, infected sticklebacks stuck to the danger zone. “These guys, they don’t care,” says Scharsack. “If you try to scare them they hardly respond.”

Their bold behavior could also influence their peers. Like many animals that live in shoals and flocks, sticklebacks are incredibly sensitive to the actions of their neighbors. Small decisions made by individuals can translate into large collective movements by the group. And if certain individuals are infected by a mind-controlling parasite, to an extent, the group is too.

Demandt and Saus demonstrated this by repeating their experiment with mixed groups of infected and uninfected individuals. They showed that if the infected were in the majority, the uninfected ones followed them, staying in the danger zone instead of fleeing. Such indirect control has never been documented before, and might benefit the parasite. If a larger shoal of devil-may-care fish stays at the water’s surface, predators might be more likely to find and attack them, again increasing the chances that they’ll swallow an infected individual.

And what of the sticklebacks? Sticking with the group isn’t necessarily the wrong decision, given that it provides safety in numbers. But in this case, the tapeworm might be converting safety in numbers into danger for all.

...There are lessons here for humans, too. In classic experiments from the 1950s, Solomon Asch showed that volunteers could often be persuaded to give what were clearly wrong answers to simple questions if others around them—actually paid actors—answered wrongly too. In many cases, the volunteers were certain that the actors were wrong, but went along with their decisions nonetheless. A bad idea, just like a parasitic tapeworm, can also influence the minds of those who aren’t directly touched by it.


Monday, October 5, 2020

Just Sayin

He's suffering from steroid induced mania.  He's a biohazard tornado.   He needs to be sedated.   

And therefore 25th-ed.

Frankly the Best

The Proud Boys are furious that gay men have taken over #ProudBoys On Twitter.

Yes, but Furious is their baseline neurological state... 

Quiz Answer

His lower teeth are coated with Porphyromonas gingivalis. It gets stuck to the gumline plaque and turns it black. He clearly does not clean between his teeth.
P gingivalis is attracted to saliva. It attaches to saliva and makes colonies in saliva glands.
The glands below his chin are all infested and inflamed.  Probably the upper parotids too, hard to tell with that giant neck...
His amylase production and sugar metabolism has clearly been affected. Probably his arteries and prostate as well.

His uppers are crowded and pinching his infraorbital nerve too.   He's messed up.

Sunday, October 4, 2020

Pop Quiz

 This is Jason Miller.  He is running Trump's campaign.  He has serious impulse control problems too.

He also has an obvious infection problem.   Explain.

Impulse Control Problems

You can just imagine the giant tantrum that proceeded that drive around the hospital.

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Now he wears a mask



Friday, October 2, 2020


Pretty sure they already have him on an interferon drip. 

It will not be a miracle if he survives...   it will be the Power of Science.

 You may not be so lucky.

The Goddess Nemesis says

 It is what it is.

Thursday, October 1, 2020

More Research Results

 A while ago I wrote a post about foods that inhibit Porphyromonas gingivalis, the bacterium that causes periodontal disease, because that organism is highly correlated with Alzheimer's.

One of the things on the list was Curcumin/Turmeric- a curry spice. Well, I've finally tried it, and it's really kind of magical.  I could think better overnight.  Not kidding.

I have been having problems with short term memory, sequencing, lack of motivation and killer anxiety.  I have been unable to accomplish complex tasks without assistance.  If I could remember what I wanted to do, I was too scared to do it.  I haven't felt like driving anywhere for ages.   

I am now taking one capsule a day, and my brain has significantly unclenched.   I am so much clearer and calmer.   I can string a few thoughts together.  I can do more than one thing at a time.   I can alter my plans on the fly.   I am not afraid of my car.  

It's cheap, it's safe, and it's worth trying for yourself.
I did finally have all my teeth fixed, I don't know if it will work as well if you still have bad ones in your mouth.

Oh, and you can cook with it too, but I hate cooking and and haven't tried it yet.  I think it might be better for mouth problems, though.

(one further thought-  English teeth surely explain the British obsession with curry...)

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

State of the Punkocracy

The Proud Boys are ecstatic tonight about getting mentioned in the debate tonight.
"Trump basically said to go fuck them up! this makes me so happy," writes one prominent Proud Boy.

Monday, September 28, 2020

Told Ya So

Depression and suicidal thoughts in untreated and treated narcolepsy

Conclusions: Depression, depressive symptoms, suicidal thoughts and SR were frequent in patients with NT1, especially without treatment, and were associated with NT1 severity. Depressive symptoms and suicidal thoughts improved after NT1 management.

Saturday, September 26, 2020


This is what I know about women who voted for Trump:

Very many of them will gladly accept an Anti-abortion SC justice- even if she will destroy their own diabetic children's ability to afford insulin.

20 million Americans will lose their health insurance in the middle of November if Trump's nominee is confirmed.  During a pandemic of an infection with chronic long term effects.

It's mind boggling.

Self Defense

Here's what to do if someone coughs or sneezes near you

Sherman said that if you find yourself in a high-risk scenario in which a someone sneezes or coughs near you, “Immediately exhale to avoid inhaling droplets or aerosols. Purse your lips to make the exhaling last longer. Turn your head fully away from the person and begin walking.”
This method won’t definitively protect you from COVID-19, but it could reduce how much of the virus you’re exposed to if the person who coughs or sneezes happens to be contagious.

New Research Results

I have been thinking about/researching nasal administration of vitamin D.
I don't know why I haven't thought of it before. It seems like I should have...
Other people have thought of it before, though. There are some studies.

Oral vitamin D supplementation reduces chronic rhinitis, irritation in the nose. I have been telling y'all that for years.
And low vitamin D is associated with COVID, which enters and attaches through the nose.
Makes sense. So, finally my brain put them together...

A few experiments have been done with inhalable vitamin D spray, and it does pass through the membranes of the nose and lungs, raising serum levels. Most of the spray on the market is for the mouth though, and has sweeteners and other stuff in the mix.
I didn't see any articles just wiping VitD oil up the nostrils with a swab. Topical VitD has been tested on nasal cell cultures though, and there was no toxicity.
So I tried that. And it's lovely. I like it a lot.
I've been wiping olive oil up my nostrils for years. It has helped my breathing so much.
This week I put olive oil up the left nostril and VitD oil up the right.
Right side definitely wins. Way less inflammation and cracking and dripping.
(3 drops on a swab tip, stick it up there, wipe it around. Use separate swab for other nostril.)

I'm not inhaling the oil into the sinuses, it's probably not great for that, but I will try to figure out a snortable water soluble mist next.

related article I found along the way:
Intranasal vitamin A is beneficial in post-infectious olfactory loss

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

My two cents

Pam Bondi calls Kyle Rittenhouse "a little boy out there trying to protect his community."

No.   He once was a little boy with apnea and insulin resistance caused by crowded teeth.  Who was given guns to play with.
Now he is a gun-obsessed young man with trigeminal nerve inflammation and sleep deprivation (and likely rotten molars)- and the resulting frontal lobe suppression which causes impulse control problems.
Who committed premeditated murder.


Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Yo Psychs

Assange says he 'hears voices' in prison: psychiatrist

Yes, that's to be expected.
He's an old man who's been isolated for years and practices terrible personal and dental hygiene.
He's finally gotten to the point that his lower rear molars have cracked. This interferes with the auditory nerve and distorts ordinary noises.

Mine broke during a septic episode caused by antibiotics.  My jaws were clenched for weeks.
My air conditioner whispered to me.
The windshield wipers in my car made siren sounds.
The blinker noise was unbearable.
My teeth never hurt.

Yeah, he needs a dentist to examine his head, thank you very much.

On that theme:

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Party of Life

 Don't forget the 200,000 dead Americans.

Saturday, September 19, 2020


A tale of two insensate heads.
Her face is immobile from the botox and she still photoshops the forehead.
His inner demon has contorted the left side of his face and manifested as that inflamed mass above his eyebrow.


Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Wear a freaking Mask!

 People who wear face masks become less sick if they do contract coronavirus

Masks don't just stop the coronavirus's spread — they make you more likely to be asymptomatic, study says.

A couple videos

Lincoln Project:  It’s time we say it: Donald Trump is radicalizing our young men to become killers.

Heidi says: Radicalizing men is really easy if they don't have jobs and don't go to the dentist.

"Fuck This Guy" by Jubal Lee Young. A song for the times. NSFW

Saturday, September 5, 2020


Friday, November 11, 2016


On this Veteran's Day, I think of my father who was an Air Force fighter pilot.   He was an obsessively dedicated and talented hotshot.
In 1962, he spent about a week in an airplane on a tarmac in Florida, waiting to see if he would have to bomb Cuba.
"I lived in that machine with an atomic bomb strapped to my ass."
That's how he put it.

He was lucky that John F. Kennedy was president.   Because my father was a good soldier.

Sunday, August 30, 2020

See the Vortex


State of the Insanity

Lots of problematic teeth out there.  It's been a while since people went to the dentist.

Lots of young men with festering third molars and suppressed frontal cortices. 

Berserker behavior is the baseline now.

And Donny understands that.

Friday, August 28, 2020

See the Pathology

Drive-by parotid infection...

Thursday, August 27, 2020

Covid Roundup

Pharma execs dumped millions in stock for huge profits after getting pandemic contracts

Edit/update: Moderna failed to disclose federal support in vaccine patents
The company with a leading coronavirus vaccine candidate did not adhere to a law designed to protect public investment. The key protein used in the vaccine was co-invented by the National Institutes of Health.

The Plan That Could Give Us Our Lives Back

Pandemics Come and Go But Medical Masks Are Eternal-  historical pictures!

Inexpensive, accessible device provides visual proof that masks block droplets

'AeroNabs' promise powerful, inhalable protection against COVID-19
Very interesting.

Does high blood sugar worsen COVID-19 outcomes?

Nasal vaccine against COVID-19 prevents infection in mice
Nasal delivery produces more widespread immune response than intramuscular injection

Why COVID-19 poses greater risks for men than women

Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 spreads more indoors at low humidity
Indian-German research team recommends at least 40 percent humidity in public buildings

COVID-19 may trigger new diabetes, experts warn

Researchers suggest oral polio vaccine be tested to see if it might help against SARS-CoV-2

One Cheap Drug Saves Covid-19 Patients’ Lives in U.K. Study

How Covid-19 can damage the brain

The coronavirus may shut down the immune system’s vital classrooms

Article Roundup

Dual orexin and MCH neuron-ablated mice display severe sleep attacks and cataplexy.
Well hey there, isn't that fascinating...

Orexins modulate membrane excitability in rat trigeminal motoneurons
This means orexin improves facial movement.

Modulating the immune response with the wake-promoting drug modafinil: A potential therapeutic approach for inflammatory disorders
Interesting. didn't work on my sleepiness though...

The role of suvorexant in the prevention of delirium during acute hospitalization
Based on the reviewed literature, suvorexant has shown positive outcomes in the prevention of delirium during an acute hospitalization.

A clue as to why it's so hard to wake up on a cold winter's morning

Sleep and orexin: A new paradigm for understanding behavioural-variant frontotemporal dementia?

Hangover drug shows wider benefits in USC research
Researchers found it activates a cascade of mechanisms that erase alcohol from the body very quickly,

How does the brain link events to form a memory? Study reveals unexpected mental processes

Neuroscientists find memory cells that help us interpret new situations

Right under your nose: A more convenient way to diagnose Alzheimer's disease
Certain proteins in nasal discharge can indicate the onset and progression of Alzheimer's, providing an avenue for early detection

How ApoE4 endangers the brain
ApoE4 prevents the recycling of sortilin, which removes beta amyloid.

Aging memories may not be 'worse', just 'different'

Trouble remembering details of social interactions seen in all phases of schizophrenia

Inflammatory bowel disease linked to doubling in dementia risk

 New gut-brain link: How gut mucus could help treat brain disorders

Porphyromonas gingivalis and digestive system cancers 

Greedy for glucose: Cancer cells rely on a primeval energy-producing pathway to proliferate and spread

Researchers discover the microbiome's role in attacking cancerous tumors

Study focuses on low-carb, high-fat diet effect on older populations
We also found significant improvements in the overall lipid profile that would reflect decreased risk of cardiovascular disease," Goss said. "Further, insulin sensitivity improved in response to the very low-carbohydrate diet reflecting reduced risk of Type 2 diabetes. Overall, we observed improvements in body composition, fat distribution and metabolic health in response to an eight-week, very low-carbohydrate diet."

Calculating the reduction in worldwide deaths from liver cancer if the whole world drank more coffee
A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions across Australia has found that if everyone in the world drank at least two cups of coffee every day, the world would see hundreds of thousands fewer deaths from liver cancer. In their paper the group describes calculating their numbers and explains why they believe governments should begin encouraging people to drink more coffee.

Coffee stains inspire optimal printing technique for electronics

 The hair-raising reason for goosebumps
The same cell types that cause goosebumps are responsible for controlling hair growth

Are Braces a Scam?
Heidi says yes.   Pretty teeth do not a healthy mouth make.

More underwater coastal archaeology:
Is There A Sunken Civilisation In The Black Sea? (video)
Why this is important: because the time period that humans were first building permanent dwellings was before some major glacial flooding and a large sea level rise. Like now, prehistoric people chose to live near sources of water. Therefore most of the evidence of our first societies is now submerged.

State of the Insanity

Black man with no weapon walks away from Kenosha police and is shot 7 times in the back. White teen with assault rifle who just shot 3 people and KILLED 2, walks by Kenosha police with his gun & they offer him a water and he gets to go home. No greater summary of America exists.

Ida Bae Wells

Friday, August 21, 2020

The Limits of Willpower

 This young man has incipient Tourettes.  His face is spasming out of control due to nerve compression caused by speaking.  Those braces are definitely making it worse.   (been there done that)

He should not have to struggle this way to compensate for incompetent dentistry.  It won't get better through "discipline". 

He needs his molars checked for infection and occlusion problems.

Sunday, August 16, 2020

Passive Aggressive Public Service Announcement

 I am printing out copies of this to leave in maskless men's shopping carts at Home Depot-

The Covid-19  virus attaches to ACE2 receptors, starting in your nose.   It then multiplies and drips down into your lungs, which then deteriorate and allow it into your bloodstream.   It then preferentially binds to places with high ACE2 receptor density.   Like your testicles.  Seriously, testes are very susceptible, and the virus has been found in sperm.

It goes in your nose, and then collects in your balls.
I thought you might want to know that.

So cool.

'Waves' of fluid clear the brain of toxins during sleep. 

 This is why most illnesses induce sleep... 

(P. Gingivalis induces insomnia) (Uh-huh)

Saturday, August 15, 2020

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Can't stop watching

Partial tongue paralysis.

He can't push it up behind the teeth...

Sunday, August 9, 2020

Yoo Hoo Tough Guys

 Lets talk about zombie cicadas.   They are all the rage right now.

Male cicadas infected with a particular parasitic fungus lose their minds and go on a mating frenzy — even as the fungus causes their genitals to rot.  Wicked, huh?

Now lets talk about Covid-19.

 High ACE2 expression in testes suggests the possible existence of gender-specific viral reservoirs.

Another study found that SARS-CoV-2 can be present in the semen of patients with COVID-19, and SARS-CoV-2 may still be detected in the semen of recovering patients.

The virus attaches to ACE2 receptors, starting in your nose.   It then multiplies and drips down into your lungs, which then deteriorate and allow it into your bloodstream.   It then ends up in places with high ACE2 receptor density.   Like your testicles.

 You rocket surgeons still sure you don't want to wear a mask?

Yo Boomers

Your president just made it clear he plans to defund Social Security and Medicare if he gets a chance.

The payroll tax he wants to slash- finances those programs. If he gets rid of that, the others will follow.

Just thought I would spell that out for you, since the Fox channel does not.

Not only does he not care if you ever see your grandchildren again or even if you die of Covid- he wants your money now...
Don’t think that just because you voted for him he won’t destroy your life too.