Skip to comments.Nextrush Unplugged Weekend: Virus Deaths Versus Vaxx Deaths, 50 Years Ago The Hits
Posted on 05/01/2021 8:18:21 PM PDT by Nextrush
Welcome to the Weekend. Your currently sober drunk host coming off 15 hours in bed sleeping but with a busy schedule ahead which will include posting when I can.
I am not feeling well but I have worked myself in part to this exhausted state I find myself in.
Vaxxers Or Anti-Vaxxers We Are All God's Children
The media making much of Joe Rogan saying he is not an "anti-vaxxer" an indication that the Establishment's march in lockstep media wants to demonize and marginalize opponents of vaccination.
This world filled with many accusations about people who don't support the Insider Establishment agenda that they are crazy or nuts or insane.
As a drunk I know what is insane and there's plenty to go around but IMHO it extends to the Right and to the Left and all places in between because when I meet with the drunks I meet other religions, politics, sexual orientations and the list goes on.
When It Comes To The Virus Death Is A Horrible Thing But When It Comes To Vaccines...
Deaths have been recorded among those vaccinated including Quebec in Canada but government officials there who try to scare the *hit out of you when it comes to wearing masks, staying home and so on because some one will die if you don't, they take a different track when it comes to vaxx deaths...
I guess the deeper truth is that there are billions more to be vaccinated and who knows how many more to die from being vaccinated and people in high...
The Man They Love To Hate At Church Tonight
Eastern Orthodox Easter this weekend and President Vladimir Putin at the Midnight service at Christ the Savior Cathedral in Moscow...
Hot Hits Of 50 Years Ago And I Remember These Songs Well...
(Excerpt) Read more at nextrushfree.blogspot.com ...
Man, don’t go the way of Neil Peart or you may never get to be the Next Rush!
Rush - Red Barchetta (Live (1981/Canada)
My uncle has a country place
No one knows about
He says it used to be a farm
Before the “Motor Law”
And on Sundays I elude the eyes
And hop the turbine freight
To far outside the wire
Where my white-haired uncle waits
Jump to the ground
As the turbo slows to cross the borderline
Run like the wind
As excitement shivers up and down my spine
Down in his barn
My uncle preserved for me an old machine
For 50 odd years
To keep it as new has been his dearest dream
I strip away the old debris
That hides a shining car
A brilliant red Barchetta
From a better vanished time
We fire up the willing engine
Responding with a roar
Tires spitting gravel
I commit my weekly crime
Wind in my hair
Shifting and drifting
Hot metal and oil
The scented country air
Sunlight on chrome
The blur of the landscape
Every nerve aware
Suddenly ahead of me
Across the mountainside
A gleaming alloy air car
Shoots towards me, two lanes wide
I spin around with shrieking tires
To run the deadly race
Go screaming through the valley
As another joins the chase
Drive like the wind
Straining the limits of machine and man
Laughing out loud with fear and hope
I’ve got a desperate plan
At the one-lane bridge
I leave the giants stranded at the riverside
Race back to the farm
To dream with my uncle at the fireside
What the hell does Tim Conway have to do with this post?
The Oldest Man: Pit Stop from The Carol Burnett Show (full sketch)
I love Conway, but his name caught my eye among others.
Take a look at the keywords for the OP. Holy cow.
Yes, total keyword abuse.
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