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Documenting the 2017 Solar Eclipse at The Research Triangle Park...

One other thing (known to me and at least one other person) is that I thought IBM's choice to name its analytical software: "Watson" (although they say it is named after one of the company's founders) is totally OFF THE CHARTS weird! (And quite possibly even sociopathic). Could be coincidence, and a rather odd one at that (to say the least) with everything considered, possibly in relation to the Seterus business model for instance (I don't know) but something which I am definitely not going to get into here. (Really none of anybody's business anyway). Also, in case anyone is worried about what many of the Democrats and Liberals say (by the way, I am a Democrat myself, because we basically have only two parties to choose from right now to begin with) Seterus was oddly (and I am definitely NOT a racist, but this is a fact) like over 95% black! So there was DEFINITELY no economic disadvantage there. Just sayin' man. And there also definitely seemed to be some favoritism for others who were black as well. (To say the least). Once again, just sayin' man. Not really going to go there. But I mention these things for a reason. (Being an honest Italian American, with the name Vito, I've had my own share of discrimination. Give me a break!) Just acknowledging the hypocrisy there, with allot of people. (And how the American Media often uses this to their advantage, and to divide people, and to divert attention from the real issues that effect everyone, regardless of race, and regardless of those stories that are valid in relation to this never-the-less). Well anyway, just going to share some pictures here from my time there, that I thought were kinda' interesting. Oh, yea. "Memories, like the corner of my mind..."

Here is an odd (yet unusually funny) picture of course, if you can see it. It may not be clearly visible here, but if you could get a close up of it, it says: "Help!"

 

Oh yea, this is really interesting. The fish on the door that is. (Hmm, inadvertently watching the Rachel Maddow show on MSNBC, and she just mentioned the Fish and Wildlife Service!!! I kid you not. Wow). Crazy shit. Anything to do with something in the industry known as: Phishing? Mmm, not really gonna' go there...

 

Oh, yea. This was REALLY strange (disturbing, troubling, distressing, creepy) and alarmingly subliminal as well. (I know what I mean). But that was the psychological attempt. (Insanity is, what insanity does). The big, mean black chick (and I mean BIG!) sitting to the right of me, all of a sudden, started bringing in a specific cup of cofee everyday, with this particular logo on it. And the strange vicious puke that would sometimes spew out of her mouth was absolutely incredible, and hard to listen to. (And I never even mentioned anything about a girl with red hair to anyone. Ever!) But not going to go there either. (Guys were brutal, man). Wow. Whew. Enough said...

But, in other words, when certain people (ya know, people you don't trust) seem to know things about your personal life (whether in the past or not) and they are things that you definitley wouldn't volunteer to tell them to begin with (and you know they're lying in the first place) that speaks volumes of something much deeper and sinister; and it should be a no brainer as to why that would be extremely concerning. But way too personal to get into here...

 

"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered."  -Thomas Jefferson

Just had to share this here man. Way too funny to pass up. But anyway, this actually seems to be an advertisement for a legitimate outfit. (And possibly even a valid alternative to many of the vultures out there). But don't know much about the organization at this time, so I am really unable to endorse them. Absolutely brilliant commercial though. They definitely, at least get an A+ for that one. All in good fun...

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