So what will Da Lazy Scholar do for you..
“CHICKEN IN EVERY POT” is a quotation that is perhaps one of the most misassigned in American political history. Variously attributed to each of four presidents serving between 1920 and 1936, it is most often associated with Herbert Hoover. In fact, the phrase has its origins in seventeenth century France; Henry IV reputedly wished that each of his peasants would enjoy “a chicken in his pot every Sunday.” Although Hoover never uttered the phrase, the Republican Party did use it in a 1928 campaign advertisement touting a period of “Republican prosperity” that had provided a “chicken in every pot. And a car in every backyard, to boot.”
Presidential election of 1928
When President Calvin Coolidge announced in August 1927 that he would not seek a second full term of office in the 1928 presidential election, Hoover became the leading Republican candidate, despite the fact Coolidge was lukewarm on Hoover, often deriding his ambitious and popular Commerce Secretary as “Wonder Boy”. Coolidge had been reluctant to choose Hoover as his successor; on one occasion he remarked that
for six years that man has given me unsolicited advice—all of it bad. I was particularly offended by his comment to “shit or get off the pot”.
I will us open source information
I.E. -things available on the internet
What ever I can find easily producer of that content will be linked
It will be more of gettin off the pot, since most people do not have two car garages
“** Check out the end of year sale and help support the show: https://www.intherabbithole.com/shop/ Michael Bazzel drops in to discuss Open Source Intelligence. He shares with some extremely creepy things people can find out about you from the internet. And we’ll discuss how to cleans them. ~ Resources from this episode can be found at: https://www.intherabbithole.com/e245”
In The Rabbit Hole – Urban Survival
I am not associated with these people or their site
I used their video as an example for you
Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is data collected from publicly available sources to be used in an intelligence context. In the intelligence community, the term “open” refers to overt, publicly available sources (as opposed to covert or clandestine sources). It is not related to open-source software or public intelligence.
OSINT under one name or another has been around for hundreds of years. With the advent of instant communications and rapid information transfer, a great deal of actionable and predictive intelligence can now be obtained from public, unclassified sources.
What this means
You will have to use your own noggin to evaluate the bits and pieces of the information you read posted here for yourself
Even Fakes news have grains of truth in their lies for sells
Their will be NO worry on my part about hurt fefe’s
If you are upset and wish to ‘Correct me’ -expect to recieve the same level of respect given
Will be wide and varied
Politics, Propaganda, remote viewing, corruption, maybe a review, cocaine mummies, to Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact
A lot of different things
It may get weird, it may get maddening
Hopefully you will get –insert emotion
A special thanks to those who have read through several of my long long tirades with multiple videos and links
And to Doc @ https://rouletteproductions.com/
And RSOB @ https://rainbowpressandcomics.wordpress.com/
Who after reading all their work made me realize, Sailor
why are you not blogging sailor
I am now