Tag Archives: Sonic

Trump And The FBI

There has been a lot of posturing going on over the past few weeks in Washington regarding the investigation of the election.  Since it seems to be the province of a privileged few in the press corps to actually understand what is going on without passing it on in a plain fashion to members of the public, we’ll go ahead and provide some explanations that might clarify some of the positions being taken thus far.  Below is an interview with editor, David Gass regarding the ongoing melee:

Directing Obama: Did Someone Script McKinley = Make Kin Lucy- Setting Off A Mad Dash To Rename A Mountain?

For a while, tech executives and others have been offered a service that allows them to direct others’ schedules and actions without knowing them. In some places, that has devolved into neural warfare as it has been deemed easier to use sonic and other frequency weapons to make suggestions and wage Sony-style attacks in the form of ‘bow down’ consciously or subconsciously to the local “I’ll do-what-you-saida” training camps.

Protect Yourself Abroad and in Domestic Urban Hotels

Urban hotels and vacation places have proven to be popular areas for gangs to infiltrate and hit people with radar, sonic, and other weapons when they want to sell them something, or create problems for them.

The reason that you don’t hear about it more is that it is a major liability for hotels.  They will not likely tell you about something that would cause you to sue them.

Of Data Rape and Brain Jacking Part III

On a warm morning in the San Diego area, a worker is walking to the store as offices open, thinking about the upcoming pomegranate season. As the employee reaches the crosswalk, a 6 year old child walking with his mother approaches him from behind and says ‘pomegranate’. If the employee were in the pomegranate business, it would make sense that someone had spoken to the child about that business and they were simply talking about it. Instead, the employee was considering something new that they had not even thought about until they were leaving the office.