The car rental place at George Bush Intercontinental didn’t have navi in their pickup trucks as advertised. I’m not a big fan of using the navigation on my phone. Damned if I’m going to get lost on those Commie toll roads, I never drove sub-tropical Texas in my youth and I rarely visited here until recently, so I’m still familiarizing myself with the geography.

The rep asked me why I wanted a Chevy Silverado for my first choice. I told him it was to obviously cowgirl around to impress the locals and haul stuff. He showed me a beast of a BMW X7 large luxury SUV with plenty of cargo room. It must have been the shock of going from 50 degree Washington State weather to “open the oven door and stick your head in high 90s and humid” Texas temperature change that roasted my brain for a minute. My flight had been delayed for over an hour and I needed to be somewhere on time. Ok, what the heck.

So I get the ostentacious BMW and this thang is sexy and its huge. Its a luxuriously-appointed tank and when I started it, I’m thinking, “Wow that engine is QUIET, almost like an EV. I was averaging 85+ miles a hour on the expressways. The car is smooth and has alot of get up and go. Then I realized, “hey, where’s the fuel gauge?” Where is the gas pump symbol lighty thingy? All I see is some strange power meter that keeps rising and falling. WTF, don’t tell me they actually rented me an EV?! Where do I go to charge it back up now? Because I’m gonna drive the hell outta Texas while I’m here.

Don’t panic. Breathe. The dude at the rental desk never mentioned in his pitch, “electric” or “EV” or “hybrid”, so I’m thinking what a sneaky bugger.

Upon arriving at my destination, everyone is impressed with what I’m driving to the point of embarrassing. But something was bothering me, I still didn’t know exactly what I’m driving. I read the owner’s manual nearly cover-to-cover and it sort of sounds kinda like it might be a regular gas car, then I’d read something that alluded to power but there is absolutely no mention of charging or plug receptacle thingys. Then I had the bright idea to open the fuel door and look…and here’s where the scorching Texas heat and my blondeness converge into one big overthinking irrational episode…I actually sniffed the gas cap because I still thought they rented me an EV. I feel like I need a drink at this point because something still didn’t add up.

I actually had to watch a professional review of this vehicle on YouTube to get the straight story. And the answer to the mystery sounds like something hatched from some wussy woke manual…its a “mild hybrid”, wtf, that’s not a good answer. I decided I would pop the hood like a dude and study the guts of this damn thing that has tested my sanity. Then I accidently saw the tag attached to my key fob reads in small print, “Gasoline”. The answer was there all along.

But the hits keep a’coming. My future brother-in-law, who is a pilot, gets in the car and immediately finds the gas pump symbol thingy and fuel gauge on the lower left bottom corner of the dash console, but apparently the steering wheel obscures my view of it while driving. I just met him, this is his first impression of me and he is gonna get a lot of mileage from this gaffe for years to come.

PROS: The BMW X7 has a cloaking device so you can pass up as many Texas state troopers going 85mph as much as you want.

The key fob is so huge it makes me look like I have an appendage in my pants.

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Sounds like a passive-aggressive way to say “Go f*ck yourself”.

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Just watched a short video from Instagram about a pro photographer like myself who went to an Egyptian artifacts museum and with a low-light camera, photographed the statue of Sehkmet, which no matter how much he tried, came out blurry. I had the same problem with getting the camera to sharp focus, even after switching to full manual, with statue shots (one pictured here) at the King Tut American Museum Tour, and thought my files were corrupted when I got home and reviewed them, because the screen image before I took each shot was in sharp focus. In one of the photographer’s photos, there was a strange person appearing that was not around the statue when he took the shot as the area was empty of people. It was an Egyptian man in period accurate clothing from one of the Egyptian Pharoah dynasties.

Guess I need to re-examine my King Tut tour photos again, its been a few years. The video showing this mysterious man is below:


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Congress may pass legislation that grounds my 3 DJI drones permanently and I have not even had a chance to fly them yet since I purchased them. I’ve kept them unopened in box in the event there is spyware, rumor hit the news shortly after I acquired them. Best case scenario if this new legislation is passed, my specific models are banned and DJI is forced to recall and refund them or if I am allowed to sell them to a collector for non-aerial display. One of the drones is equipped with a state-of-the-art Hasselblad camera. Just when I’m ramping up some projects to get back to my filmmaking. I get it, but damn, thousands of dollars wasted. China is really pushing it with all the spyware in their electronic products they sell us. If the spyware issue is real, the pushback needs to be harsher than Congress is suggesting and should extend to all their manufacturing of electronic devices exported to the U.S. and recalls/refunds put in place.

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One day when I was 3 years old, my mother and stepfather were in a heated argument for a very long time. Meanwhile, I was under the crawl space of the house playing with my mated pair of Texas horned lizards that shoot blood out of their eyes if you piss them off (wtf’ kind of pet is that? I also got caught under the house playing with scorpions without getting stung just a few days before.)

When it was all over and the dust settled, my mother was crying and came looking for me to go take a drive somewhere to calm down. She didn’t say anything on the drive and I decided to cut through the tension and declare “Mommy, we can just throw that daddy in the garbage can and get a new daddy.”

OMG, I was kicking ’em to the curb even back then, lol.

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At age 2, I taught myself how to read.

Before Speak & Spell® or any other type of computerized learning devices, I remember being turned loose with alpha-numeric-image association flashcards to play with by myself.

Reading at an earlier age than normal is called Hyperlexia. There are Hyperlexia Types I, II and III, although I fortunately lack the more negative aspects, like incomprehension or the inability to verbalize, even though I had select-mutism. This ability includes being able speed read and total recall what I read. The novelty of the ultra-early ability to read gradually ages out and isn’t so extraordinary after one’s own peer group eventually catches up to the reading level.

When was a little older, I won several reading awards in the State of Texas library system (which I will post here when I locate the newspaper article just to prove it), which involved reading hundreds of books each month and then taking an oral exam administered by the librarians who would randomly name the titles of the books of which I was to recall the characters and plotlines of each story and even answer specific questions about details within the story.

More about Hyperlexia, which can be an ability on the autism spectrum or just a special ability in non-autistics:




I’ve lived in 7 different decades…2 different centuries…and 2 separate millennias.

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The Fourth Reich via the W.H.O. and its proxies are running the depopulation show again.

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The United States of America is a Constitutional Republic, NOT a “democracy”. There’s a marked difference between the two, but some of y’all keep beating that drum, even some Republicans in Congress who should know better. This used to be taught in Civics class in high school and college, but sadly, socialists run amok with censoring this within the educational institutions now.

Believe me, you do not want the USA to become a democracy, click here to read the detailed history and reasons why.

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Is pathological lies.

Although this cannot be eliminated entirely, this needs to be minimized. Starting with you World Governments and Mainstream Media. History is being written by lying sacks of shit, who by default from systemic ignorance, are the victors.

Nearly every well-known journalist and newscaster in the United States who are spewing lies are proxies on the CIA’s dark money payroll. Let me remind you all that it is illegal for the CIA to run stateside operations, but they have done so with handpicked journalists for generations now. This is why you see journalists completely ignore incontrovertible evidence and continue to repeat their lies over and over, at the expense of their integrity. I would not doubt that blackmail or mind control plays a part in swaying these people to be such lying creeps to the public.

Be a freethinker, you’ll feel better.

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