California Just Found More Revenue

Discussion in 'Chat' started by W5HRO, Apr 19, 2015.

  1. W5HRO

    W5HRO Administrator

    We have somewhat of a drought here in California and the Governor just implemented a mandatory 25% reduction in water usage for 2015 as compared to 2013.

    What that means is next month in May if your water usage in not 25% less than what it was in May of 2013 you will be penalized on your bill. Well, there is no way most homeowners can reduce their usage down by 25% every month compared to what they used each month in 2013 so the state just found a new source of revenue.

    This is nothing more than just another part of the communist movement in California by state officials to start acquiring more revenue. That's what it is plain and simple. It's just like how much do you want to pay to be able to pollute?
  2. WD5JKO

    WD5JKO Member

  3. W5HRO

    W5HRO Administrator

    I'm not really into all of that geoengineering conspiracy thing, but there are some things that might be happening so nothing would surprise me anymore. Geoengineering? If true then it's probably Dick Cheney and his buddies behind it working for Al Gore :lol:

    Here is a similar thing below though that did happen because it was on the local news when I first moved here to California. From what I remember I think it also happened again in a small coastal town here in CA somewhere up in Marin County or further north back around 1999/2000 and not just only up in Washington. The gelatinous blobs failing from the sky part was true, but the story grew into something else by conspiracy types as time went on. The question is what caused the gelatinous blobs to fall from the sky in the first place? Where did they come from?

    Let’s take a look at a modern version of the story as circulated on the internet in 2012

    The townspeople of Oakville, Washington, were in for a surprise on August 7, 1994. Instead of their usual downpour of rain, the inhabitants of the small town witnessed countless gelatinous blobs falling from the sky. Once the globs fell, almost everyone in Oakville started to develop severe, flu-like symptoms that lasted anywhere from 7 weeks to 3 months. Finally, after exposure to the goo caused his mother to fall ill, one resident sent a sample of the blobs for testing. What the technicians discovered was shocking – the globs contained human white blood cells. The substance was then brought to the State Department of Health of Washington for further analysis. With another startling reveal, they discovered that the gelatinous blobs had two types of bacteria, one of which is found in the human digestive system. However, no one could successfully identify the blob, and how they were connected to the mysterious sickness that plagued the town.

    The Original Story

    This story above is a somewhat accurate account of the events that took place in August 1994, but it has been expanded from the initial report as it has been retold over the years.

    Variations from the original story

    The person who sent the samples for testing was not a man, but a woman named Sunny Barclift. She sent the samples after her mother, friend, and herself experienced “bouts of nausea” along with the death of a kitten around that time. There is no mention of “two types of bacteria” in the original accounts, only discussion of cells found within the blobs. Aside from those “bouts of nausea” reported by Barclift, the suggestion that an illness “plagued” nearly “everyone” in the the town appears to be untrue. There is no mention that the illnesses reported by Ms. Barclift had a duration of “7 weeks to 3 months.”

    Unsolved Mysteries

    Several years after the event, the television show Unsolved Mysteries aired a segment in which many new details were presented. In this segment it was stated that the substance “blanketed 20 square miles” on six occasions. This is also where resident Beverly Roberts first mentioned the illnesses lasting “7 weeks to 2 or 3 months.” Another resident interviewed was Dotty Hearn, the mother of Sunny Barclift, who had been interviewed in the original newspaper article. Dotty described the substance as a “gelatinous-like material” that resembled hail. She reported dizziness and nausea soon after examining the blobs. Officer David Lacey was also interviewed, and he reported becoming ill within hours of touching the material which pelted his police car during a storm.

    Lab technician Mike McDowell was interviewed, stating that the blob samples had two types of bacteria, one of which is commonly found in the human digestive tract.

    The episode stated that the blobs appeared 6 times in a three-week period, dozens of people fell ill, and several pets died. A year later, private lab results showed the material to be eucharyotic cells, according to microbiologist Tim Davis. This indicates the material had come from a living organism.


    It was an alien jellyfish stopping to take a dump from his flying saucer and he was aiming for the Bay but missed :lol: