This is what people look like on the train.
You know how it is when you're living it, and it's so crazy, and you tell yourself, "really this is totally normal"
and it's not.
That's how close it seems to me.
That's how much I think about it.
I looked outside and put my camera on it.
It wasn't a normal vehicle.
It looked like a small truck, like an ambulance, if an ambulance could be painted black with a lot of odd white lights.
And I said to myself, this must be normal, I'm just exaggerating the significance of an ordinary event in my mind.
But it wasn't. That vehicle was not usual at all.
If the train is stopped in the tunnel for a schedule adjustment,
you can see the look of panic flit across the train riders' faces.
What riders there are...the trains are mostly empty.
It's not like the other shutdowns in the past.
I know, because I have lived through them as a federal worker (all opinions my own).
If you ask me, I think the people are with @POTUS far more than they will admit in public.
So when I visited them last, we were all up all night, with the TV on all night, literally waiting for news.
I try to ignore it, but it's pretty much impossible.
But after more than two years, this just became impossible!
What can I tell them?
They tell me they're praying for me.
This makes me scared and I cry.
They meet in a small group, in or about the church.
I still do.
Not a thing.
Idol-worship, Moloch/Baal, the hidden meaning of Eve vs. Lilith, all of it.
Until they don't.
And do you know what I heard back?
"I read all that shit."
It's almost shocking.
Yet we never seem to talk about any of it.
-- Did @POTUS collude w/ Russia?
-- Should Hillary be prosecuted?
-- Is Hollywood a cesspool of pedophlic filth?
-- Do we have a Deep State problem?
When I first became a brand consultant, my boss once said:
"The clients don't understand branding, and then they suddenly get it.
It's like a domino effect - the pieces fall into place."
" wrote that the Mann Act (which punishes those who engage in interstate sex traffic of women & girls) is 'offensive.'” (P 98)"
--Sex Bias in the U.S. Code, 1977 (cited by Q)
Just THINK about this trailer - look back on it.
That James Spader character, the Robert Downey Jr. character.
They weren't just characters.
I loved to get away.
And now, they aren't an escape for me.
And I kept "noticing" stuff that was extraneous to the plot, but they seemed to be pushing something onto the audience, for example that one of the main characters had homosexual fantasies.
It didn't fit.
But there is something in me, like it's been kept from me for so long.
I feel the need to know.