“There is no real ending. It’s just the place where you stop the story.”

― Frank Herbert

Monday, May 22, 2017

The Mysterious Death of Seth Rich.

Seth Rich is the Democratic staffer who gave Wikileaks thousands of DNC emails before the election. By coincidence, he was killed outside his Washington D.C. townhouse in a robbery. He was shot twice in the back, at close range. The perpetrator left his wallet, his expensive watch, his cash and credit cards, and an expensive ring on him.  The Washington D.C. police still confirmed it was a robbery.





People who cross Hillary and Bill have a long, long history of killing themselves mysteriously when they become inconvenient.  Some of  them are left handed, but shoot themselves with their right hand. Some of them manage to shoot themselves in the back of the head, twice, before they died. Most people know how Vince Foster "killed himself" when the White Water scandal broke, but there are a host of other hard to explain deaths linked to the Clintons. Hard to explain if you are looking for a cause not linked to Billery.



One America News did a really good segment on some of these. John Ashe, for instance, was originally said to have died of natural causes, but it appears that if this is true, he tried to strangle himself. I can't find the One America News segment on Youtube, but I'm still looking for it.

Only One America News and Fox News have touched on the Seth Rich killing, the rest of them are covering it up. I wonder why?


I've never been a big conspiracy theory fan, but there sure have been a lot of people who died at just the right time to benefit the Clinton's. After awhile, the long stream o  "mysterious deaths" begin to lend credence to the theory that Hillary and Bill have associates who handle "clean up" for them.


Looking back over the past thirty years,  every investigation into those deaths has been squelched , usually by pronouncing the deceased a victim of "suicide." Even in the face of strong evidence that the deaths were not suicides, the cases are closed.  Seth Rich's case has been official closed by the Washington D.C. police. The segment on One America News specifically stated that one of those unnamed sources the media likes to use these days, this one in the D.C. police dept, said they were told to close it and forget it.



Maybe Hillary and Bill are interested in classical history.  During the Roman Empire, people like Caligula and Nero arranged "mysterious deaths" to do away with inconvenient people, quietly and without fuss. The Clinton's seem to have brought the practice back into vogue.

After all, if Seth Rich was the source of the Democratic National Committee email leaks, that would blow up the fantasy about the Russians interfering in the election by releasing the emails to Wikileaks. And we can't have that, now can we. The media and the Democrats have worked to hard to keep that myth alive, and it's worked well for them. So Seth Rich had to go.....




Still doing the test:

Even though our month long supply usage test has gotten all messed up by the two days in Chattanooga and M going to my daughter's,  I'm going ahead with it.  With just me here, there's really no point, but I'm a creature of habit and don't like to stop something half way when I start it.

So far, I haven't run out of anything important. The only thing that aggravates me is running out of red wine. I drink that in the evenings, usually one glass before I go to bed. I thought I had six bottles out in the barn, but if I do I can't find them. I do have some white wine the kids brought me on their last visit, but I like sweet wines like Sangria, and I'm not a connoisseur . I suppose I'll live another nine days without wine though. None of the other things are even noticeable, especially with the wife gone. She's the one who makes all the fresh food dishes.  I can make do just fine with canned or frozen food, or even the food in the long term food storage pails if I feel like going to the trouble.


I've broken into the stash of Yoder's bacon. That stuff is so good. It makes the best cracker sandwiches.  Of course, it's absolutely full of nitrates and I'm sure I'm  taking years off my life by stuffing on it, but I might as well enjoy life. Nobody gets out alive anyway.


With my wife away, I can stuff on bacon as much as I want.  And this bacon needed to be used up, it sure did, so all I am really doing, is rotating my supply of bacon. That's right, it has nothing to do with my insatiable desire to eat the bacon, which is better than fresh bacon .....


Going on the roof in a few minutes:


I wonder if I am doing this post just to gaff off a chore I have to do this morning before it gets too hot. This last storm did a lot of damage in the county, not so much to me up here, but all over the place. My problem is that I lost a shake just under one of the big sky light windows. This is the worst place on the whole roof to have to work. You can't get a good level base for the extension ladder, and have to prop it up on wood, if it falls to the right, you don't just go down on to the ground. The house is built into the mountain side there, so you fall down past ground level another 15 feet onto a cement slab.

Building a three story house set back into the mountain side seemed like such a good idea thirty plus years ago. 


Well.  I might as well go get it done so I can get over being irritated at having to do the job.

Thought for the Day:







42 comments:

  1. I used to work with a guy who was quite a storyteller. One of his amusing stories was from a previous job he had as an ironworker on a building under construction. He said the boss took him up and showed him how to maneuver around on the beams. As he was doing that, he told George that if he fell, he needed to try to fall to the outside of the building, not the inside. George asked him why. The boss said, "If you fall to the inside, you land in the basement. That's 20' farther!"

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    1. I could never work a job like that. Despite having flown both fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft, and having gone through the Fort Benning paratroop course, I hate heights.

      It's strange how much higher up you feel on a ladder, than standing on the ground. It may only be 10 feet more, but it looks like a long, long drop.

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  2. We break into our bacon stash on occasion, one can lasts us 3-4 breakfasts. I was very skeptical about how 'good' it would be, but it's pretty damn amazing.
    The weather this year is very interesting, hot for you, cold for us. We wait for the sun to break into the yard instead of early morning 'get t things done'. Still don't have the garden in due to freezing weather.

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    1. Yoders is really great. I like salt a lot, and I don't get to eat it much because of my blood pressure, so I just pigged out on the Yoder's bacon. I've had it in sandwiches, with fried eggs, with baked beans, you name it. It's excellent.

      It's dinosaur time outside tonight. 98% humidity, 78 degrees still this long after dark. Water dripping from the trees and misty.

      I have seen you folks were having a bit of snow out there, and one of the fellows whose blog I read went to Colorado on a trip and ran into snow, but he made out ok.

      Good to hear from you. I thought you might have given up blogging.

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  3. yeah, its up to 70 or so mysterious deaths now. the odds are extra-universal that any 2 people would know 70 other people that died, much less under odd circumstances. odds don't lie.four in a row died in small plane crashes. the total includes two little boys that saw too much. one guy was declared to have died of natural causes, by phone no less, after he was decapitated by a cable stretched across his atv trail at his house. i guess it is natural to die if you lose your head, lol.....its an abomination, and i don't see how god has let it go on so long....why survive, without bacon?.... be careful up there on the roof harry. i broke my back falling off my house 10 years ago and only partially recovered. the guy in the er bed beside me fell off a ladder cleaning gutters. he wasn't walking home.

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    1. Yeah, some years back I fell off a ladder and broke my ribs. But what can you do? I have thought about building a permanent scaffolding in this spot I had to go up today. I really ought to do that, wouldn't take much and would be so much better than a ladder.

      The Clinton thing is just amazing. How those two could get away with so much, for so long. It's just unbelievable. But then, when you think of the kind of people they associate with. I noticed a news segment about the outgoing DNC chairman who was giving a speech to the faithful out in California, and he led all these high class people, including Pelosi, in a chant that went "F**K Trump! F**k Trump!" He walked off the stage using both hands to shoot the finger and still chanting while Pelosi laughed about it. We call that White Trash behavior here, and probably up where you are.

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    2. if we did that to obammy, we'd got a visit from comey's goons. not that i would, i still respect the office if not the man. it shakes my faith a little that the lord lets these folks continue to bring death and vengeance down on innocent people. vigilantism is looking like more of an option all the time, tho i know that has it's moral dangers as well.

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    3. I don't have much respect for the FBI. Haven't since the Clinton Regime. I sure as hell don't trust any of them.

      Nothing that makes an impact on life is without peril, but historically there have been times when people have just had to say "enough." The problem is, there has to be a grass roots reaction against oppression. We've had decades of "progressive" indoctrination that was designed to turn citizens into good little drones, and it will be difficult to overcome that.

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  4. I think I saw that segment on OAN which recounted the 'mysterious death' of Seth Rich. Google probably put it under that 'fake news' and took down any 1st hand references to it. The account was pretty compelling.

    I'm believing that Anthony Weiner is not long for this world and will soon commit 'suicide' while in custody. The explanation that he just couldn't cope with the thought of prison will be floated out. It is entirely coincidence that he could try a plea bargain in exchange with what he knows about the Hillary Clinton campaign. Mind you, just a thought but I would not be one iota surprised if he turns up expired.

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    1. I had heard second hand that Google was blocking out any news content it didn't like, which would mean anything that did not worship the Schumerites and their ilk.

      The One News segment was great, better than the Fox segment I eventually had to settle for with this post.

      That guy Weiner is a pervert. I expect he will hang himself in his jail cell with a sheet, pretty quickly. Then he won't be an embarrassment to the Democrats, (if they are embarrassed) and Huma will be grateful to Hillary for simplifying her life.

      Anybody that pisses of The Ice Queen seems to meet an untimely fate, that's for sure.

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    2. harry, the dems aren't embarrassed by anything. they are arguing that the girl was older than she said so it doesn't matter that weiner thought she was 13.

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    3. With people like Schumer and Pelosi as icons of the Democratic Party, it's no surprise that the rank and file are ok with perverts.

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  5. Oh, Ja....Seth was Vince Fostered, all right. No doubt in my mind. The Clintons and Soros are the head of the snake monster, truly evil people. Well, we drink Sangria, too, and proud of it, lol. When we bought our Yoders bacon it sold for around 8 bucks a can, now I think it is up to 18. Sooooo good. I hate to use it, but you know, I think ours needs to be rotated, too....and quickly. It is a food group all its own, right? Right? That and chocolate. Stay safe with ladders and roofs.

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    1. Mmmmmm maybe the ferrets drank your wine or stashed it someplace.

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    2. Damn those evil ferrets! I knew there had to be a reason that wine wasn't there. That explains why the wine glasses were missing from my daughters old doll house!

      That bacon is the best. So salty! Yum. It costs too much to eat, but that hasn't stopped me. If my wife was home she'd have stopped me because I'm not supposed to eat bacon. But now I can have as much as I want. ;-)

      Sangria is good stuff. I like sweet wine. It's a help with my stomach so I drink a glass at night before bedtime. I can't really appreciate the bitter wines my kids buy for us when they are here. I guess I don't have the pallet for a wine connoisseur. Or the deep pockets, either.

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  6. Hey, Anonymous at 1:23pm. Try a side-by-side comparison of Bing vs Google. I find that Google censors way too much libertarian or conservative viewed news and sites.

    As to you, Mr. Harry, well... what do you think of a Reisling? It is about the only wine I really like, as it tends to have some sweetness to it without being cloying.

    And, yeah, I thought from the beginning that Seth Rich was 'Arkancided' for something he did, and the WikiLeaks release was just too coincidental. I used to think that the old rumors of deaths following the Clintons was a joke, until a Secret Service agent I knew that used to be in the Clinton detail (and got out quick) alluded to some validity to the rumors, especially Vince Foster's death.

    Well, let's see if the new FBI director has the cojones or the ovaries to actually do a real investigation into the corrupt duo of death.

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    1. I'm afraid I don't know how a Reisling tastes, though I've heard the name. You know how I can tell a really good wine from a modest wine? Good wines have corks, and modest wines have a twist off top and come with a bag just their size. ;-)

      Do they still make Mad Dog 20 20 or Thunderbird, or Ripple. Those were college favorites in my crowd.

      I'm sure the DNC had him killed for leaking those documents to Wikileaks. It's not coincidence that Julian Assange is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of his killer.

      I doubt the FBI will do anything about the Clintons. When I was a kid, people really respected the FBI. We always watched the serial "The FBI" on TV, the whole family and we thought all FBI agents were like Efrem Zemblest Jr. But since the 90's they've been more along the lines of Lon Horiuchi.

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    2. Reislings are a good German wine. Strong like Panzer, smooth like a 120mm bore gun, powerfull like the Sturm...

      Seriously, a really good variety of wine. And even the screw-topped variety are still good.

      For special events, try an Eiswine (icewine) made from grapes frozen on the vine. Sweet, sweet and will kick you in the pants. Considered a dessert wine by the Krauts.

      Kraut wines are much better than any Frog water, of course.

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    3. Well, I am basically a grocery store "special" wine guy. It it's red and it's cheap, I'm good. I'm like an escapee from a Steinbeck novel when it comes to wine.

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  7. I've been following these Clinton so called suicides etc since White Water and the Rose Law Firm. I simply can't believe the law can't make at least some convictions out of all these. The Clinton's are very powerful...

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    1. They either buy people off, or kill people off. Bill was looking really old during the campaign, maybe he will die soon. That would be a blessing although it would be sad that he did the evil things he did, and lived to a ripe old age to die rich. Hillary is the Queen of the Undead. She'll never die.

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  8. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch

    That rock concert got hit with that terror attack a few hours ago in in Great Britain. 'Last I heard it was nail bomb's I'm sure the usual suspects are involved in this one too like the 'Bataclan Masscre' in Paris a few years back.

    Seth Rich has become a martyr.

    He was a nobody. Just another face in the crowed that no one cared about. An IT guy that got lucky enough to land a good job for the DNC.

    Now Seth Rich is a major focal point on the internet. One thing I can suggest to bad guys. If you kill someone it could make them famous. If you let them go and delegitimize them. They slowly disappear and are written off as conspiracy theorists.

    So yeah' I believe Seth Rich is a hero. Thank's Podesta, Hillary and Debbie Wasserman Shulze.

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    1. I hadn't heard about the attack, haven't had the tv on or been on the net until now. I'll go check it out. I hate that happened, but the British government unleashed this scourge on the British people through their stupidity and lack of moral courage.

      I think Hillary had him done in. By all accounts, she flies into uncontrollable rages and is one of the meanest people on the face of the planet.

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  9. Maybe one of the ferrets is a wine connoisseur? --Troy

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    1. That's what Tewshooz thinks. I guess I would rather have them in the house drinking wine than smoking crack or something. Ferrets are capable of anything!

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  10. G'Day Harry,

    If you are after something to take before bed to help relax you I suggest a glass of good Aussie Tawny Port, works very well and it well satisfy your sweet tooth. I am a great drinker of Port, never have less than 4-5 different bottles in the cupboard and don't use one of those tiny port glasses that restaurants have, you want a large port (in the 18th C English doctors would prescribe Port for sickly children/adults!).

    Sgt 73rd Regt

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    1. Sgt, I could get some Port. As far as I know, there are only two places you can get wine or beer in my county, and they are both grocery stores. One of them has Port, I've seen it, but I'm sure it's not from Australia, alas. I'll get one. It's ten bucks, which is high priced up here for a bottle of wine (as "Chloe" tried to point out in one of his poisonous comments I didn't publish just today, we don't know a lot about wine here).

      There is some wine with Kangaroo's on the label , but I don't know what kind it is. I know it's not port.

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    2. Kiwi Port is also pretty good, when I used to go to over there each year for a black powder shoot up in the mountains we would buy "Artillery Port" which is an apt name especially if you drink most of the bottle the night before.

      Ten bucks is a good price for Port down here, I have some that is a lot more than that (a birthday present), but it is 20 year old Port and goes down very nicely.

      Sgt 73rd Regt

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    3. I expect the port they sell here was made last week. I don't think they even put the date on the bottle for the stuff they sell at our grocery store.

      Horatio Hornblower always drank port in those stories about the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic Wars. Every time I hear the name C.S. Forester pops into my head.

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  11. You're so lucky you can enjoy wine. I've been wanting a glass so bad. I can't. Not until fall at least. with the surgery coming up at the end of next month it's a no no. Then after it's a no no. Later in July my doctor is trying something progressive with me. I get an aspirin drip for 2 to 3 days. It's to get me not allergic to the stuff. After that I can drink. I feel a bit like Michael Jackson when he had was taking drugs. Mine are to make me better, not worse.

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    1. I hope your nose doesn't fall off like Michael Jackson's did! I sure hate it that you are having to undergo all this with everything else you have to juggle; work, kids, husband, and now the medical things. I'm hoping everything goes ok with that.

      I still can't get to your blog by typing in your blog address. I have go to your public page, and I can only find that by finding one of your comments and clicking on your name. Good thing you stop by once in awhile, or I'd be doing a lot of scrolling back through old posts! ;-)

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    2. I've had dreams where my nose did fall off. Creepy! I wonder if you need to clear your cache? I've had to do that a handful of times. Basically I wasn't able to get on certain sites, or pin images for pinterest. It clears all your history. If you need help doing that it's History at the top, Show full history, and clear browsing data. It cleans everything up nicely. But you will have to type in passwords again. It won't remember old addresses because it's cleared out. It certainly works though! I haven't had anyone else complain, or say anythings.

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    3. Alissa, I missed your comment, sorry I didn't answer right away. Kymber took me to task for missing her's, and I knew somebody else had to be out there since that made an odd number of comments.

      I'll try clearing the cache. If nobody else has had any problems then surely it's my computer, which totally does not surprise me.

      Did you ever see the South Park Episode about Michael Jackson and his nose fell off? Hideous!

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    4. I never watched South Park, but someone else told me about this episode as well.

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    5. Not to worry. I don't watch it much anymore either since the two guys who make it came out as Big Hillary Fans.

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  12. Harry - a funny story - when we would have mess dinners in our full dress, we would be served something like 50 glasses of port in order to toast God, the Queen, our country, our army, our air force, our navy, the guy who cleaned the mess hall, the guy who lived down the street - you get my drift! i couldn't stand the smell of the stuff let alone drink it so i would take my snort - wait until no one was looking, spit it back in my glass very inconspicuosly and then dump it on the floor either under the table or behind my chair!!! but my australian colleague was very into wine and had wine hostings at his apartment every friday for the 3yrs i worked with him. that's how i got turned on to wine. i love lindeman's bin 50 shiraz.

    i'm the only one who drinks wine at our events and everyone thinks it's hysterically funny that i bring my own wine, pay for it at the bar, and bring the rest home.

    sending love to you and all of yours and sending healing prayers to E! make sure to tell E and M i am sending love. your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Harry - it looks like you totally missed my comment...and i am not offended at all. ya, right. i'm totally offended.

      bhahahahahahahah!

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    2. Kymber, I did miss it, which means I missed someone else's too. I go along and check the total number of comments on the last post, once I do a new post. It it has an odd number, I know I missed something. If it is even, I assume I answered them all. It doesn't always work.

      I'm sorry, you know I wouldn't ignore your comment on purpose.

      We had port at our mess nights, too. I think it's because our USMC traditions were based on those of the British Marines. Mr. Vice, passing the port, the whole nine yards was part of our mess night drill.

      Again, sorry I missed it. I'll go find who else I missed now and apologize to them, too! :-)

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  13. I have wanted to pick up a case of Yoder's for a long time, but everytime I get ready to, the price kind of makes me pause. It's so pricy - and I could get a lot of other stuff for that price. Then again, bacon is super yummy. It would be a wonderful treat if you were eating boring foods.

    Paul makes his own wine, so we have quite a stash. It's really strong so I tend to avoid it. But if you were closer, I'd run a couple of bottles over!

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    1. Lisa, that's the key to keeping Yoders in the supply room. We may have lots of rice, potatoes, etc but a few strips of bacon in the meal will add so much flavor and enjoyment to it.

      Yoders used to be relatively cheap, but now it's pretty crushing. I remember when I was a kid in Boy Scouts, when we went on camping trips my mom always put a couple of cans of bacon in my pack. It was sold in the grocery stores then and was common, easy to find, and cheap.

      I wish I did live closer, I could trade things you could use for the good things you make, like Ships Bread, and Wine. Maybe some time I will be passing through Virginia and we can do a little trading. I'd enjoy that.

      Alas, I stuffed on Yoder's bacon while my wife was away, then went for my periodic lab work and got fussed at becaue my sodium was off the scale. That's one drawback to eating a lot of canned bacon! ;-)

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  14. Harry,

    Dropping by to provide confidence that you can make it without wine for several more days!!! When you go into town next time pickup a stash of wine for future drinks :-)

    I'm not sure I could eat that much processed bacon without getting sick or having a reaction to all the nitrates....be careful when eating foods with all these nitrates.

    I hope your daughter feel better soon!!!
    Hang in there, your wife will be home before you know it.
    Hugs,
    Sandy
    P.S. be careful on the roof!!!

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    1. Sandy,

      Only five more days. The test is really invalid, because my wife has not been here for about half of it, and because I was gone for two days. But I am sticking with it.

      You are a smart woman. I just had my periodic lab work done and my sodium was off the scale. Got bitched at by the doctor and he was appalled when I tried to beg off by saying it was only because I ate tons of canned bacon .>:-(

      E is feeling better. She's back at work. M will be staying up there awhile. There was a plan for the kids to come visit in June, and if they still come then M can ride back down with them.

      I made it off the roof alive. One of these days, I'll plummet off into eternity, but that's better than dying in a hospital bed while the nurses stand outside and make jokes about you! ;-)

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