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Other than setting up videos and preparing for the next podcast, I've been researching more, for hours at a time through online articles, videos, and through the really good books I've found. I've been reading 4 of them, a chapter at a time each.

I've been writing poetry every now and then still. I still love writing.com. There's definitely a few people who are aware as me. :D

I've been managing to keep cool while at work. What I do is not move around very much, and sit near the fan. There's this really good cooling towel my mom lets me borrow, and that helps - in addition to bringing an ice back and two bottled drinks to put in my big lunchbox. It's one of those kinds that construction workers usually have, lol. It's good and sturdy, and my stuff keeps cool for hours.

In between researching, I've gotten into this game I got to install for free, from the Windows App store. It's called Dragon Mania Legends. The dragons you breed, hatch, feed, and level up - so many of them are so cute! I recorded a few gameplay videos and uploaded them onto my YouTube channel, so you're welcome to check those out at any time.

I like dragons. Especially the good ones that are adorable and eat various kinds of fruit. There's a BUNCH of types of dragons who shed gold, as time passes. With the gold coins, you can purchase other dragons and their habitats! You can also use the gold coins to produce the fruit from the farms. There are also the gem game money. Once in a while, a dragon or two would shed those. If you have a lot of them, you could purchase a rarer breed of dragon or something...

Also, the free things and challenges in this game are pretty cool! You can challenge other players at the battle arena. Sometimes you can hire a friend's dragon to join the fight when one of your dragons gets defeated during a battle.

There's about 200 or so dragons to collect, raise, and breed. As of now, I have around 22 dragons. The more dragons you have, the more gold you can collect and be able to do things in the game.

Oh, and there's this little event that happens about once a day when you spin this well to get a prize. Sometimes it's a gem. Sometimes it's dragon's fruit, and sometimes it's gold...

I hope to find the Enemy of the State DVD sometime soon, for it is one on a list of movies that reflect and expose some truths. I definitely want to own the movie They Live. That one is so metaphorically true!! In my latest video, I talked a little about that.

Eagle Eye is worth watching, especially since Shia LaBeouf in a TV spot interview talks about FBI spying in the special features. I should watch that one again for myself.

I have a list of other movies I want to find, just because they are based on real secret societies (The Skulls and From Hell are two examples), the deception in the music industry (Josie and the Pussycats), and this movie that looks really interesting about astronauts having to participate in a movie set to pretend to do their Mars mission - called Capricorn One.

I found out about these movies from someone who's definitely in the know to the deception around the freemasons and bad governments. ODD TV. Look him up on YouTube. His songs are really good, hard hitting truth, and his analysis videos on MKULTRA in a few family/kids movies and dolphins and whales in sci-fi films are all interesting. I know he is genuine, for he's mentioned about two of the online disinformation agents I've been aware of; Bill Hicks (AKA Alex Jones) from InfoWars and Stefan Molyneux. Those guys are nutjobs, lol. Disinfo agents don't talk about themselves or other disinfo agents. That would mean having to talk about their secrets behind their kooky spin.

I'll share a newer poem of mine in another entry in the near future. That's all for now!
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I'll do some summarizing, since I can't stay up too late, and I will have to get up early.

-I've been doing various things to keep my mind busy most of the time. Writing poems about the truth has been fun. I still love my hilarious satire about Obama that I've posted. I'm thinking about writing another based on this ridiculous old TV report about ISIS terrorists luring "westerners" over on their side with emojis, Nutella, and videos with kittens. LMAO, no I cannot take that seriously! That's one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard! I think the news segment came from CNN. It's about a year old, that I found through a video on one of the great researcher YouTube channels, TeamWakeEmUp. The nickname for those bunch shall be known as Center for Nutty News! XD



-Spaceballs is still hilarious. My mom and I watched it again after at least a year of not watching it with some friends earlier. It's one of my most favorite Mel Brooks films, other than Robin Hood: Men in Tights.

-I'm looking forward to doing group casts with members of the community group I've started on Writing.com; Wise Men and Women. I've been communicating with some awesome people.

-I found two more books to add onto reading. One of them is an interesting non-fiction book about Islamic law, since I've been aware that the tyrants over here in America are buddies with the crazies of Islam. Most people who aren't aware don't know this. They haven't even noticed. I intend to help point that out... The other book is something I'll read off of and make fun of, titled Politics for Dummies. Yeah, this will be good comedic material to insert into future podcast webisodes, lol. I'll read parts of it through my Propaganda Voice.

-There's really good quotations on political ignorance that I've found, and will want to share. I really like collecting quotations of wisdom, on various subjects.

-On July 12th, a house inspector person will be coming by to make sure my home doesn't contain lead poisoning. I'm very sure that it doesn't. My parents and I have experienced none of the symptoms for as long as we've lived in the same house for over 5 years, such as memory loss, abdominal pain, constipation, and mood disorders. As long as the person inspects the house to make sure it is safe. The guy who first asked Dad and me about lead poisoning was from the EPA. I've read a little something online about the EPA going along with Agenda 21. I'll learn more about that soon.

I'll be prepared as I'll ever be, in case the inspector tries to do anything suspicious. I honestly don't want to deal with any stuck up and bossy person telling me what I can and can't do, or tell me what's allowed and what isn't at home. My family and I hold no illegal substances. We don't even have any weapons. Hell no, I do not want to have to interact at all with someone who acts like this one guy who's been bossy towards these property owners in this documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKRHMRTpDF8
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There's quite a bit to mention over the past week. Prepare yourself... for summarizing... No, this does not involve Ludacris Speed, and going plaid. (I should watch SpaceBalls again. It's been a long while since I last watched that movie. It's one of my favorite Mel Brooks films.)

- My cold has been almost all gone, still. All that's left is a bit of a cough. It's so annoying... I've had to cough up a bit of yuck today. I think my dad has caught what I had. His immune system's not as great as mine, and I send him speedy recovery wishes as I update.

-For the most part online for over the past week, I've read some of the lengthy and well written Avatar: The Last Airbender fan fictions. Happy Endings, Book 1! That one...! The writer blends the action and the psychological content of a teenaged girl who's been a victim of domestic violence well! It inspires me for my two Avatar stories. (It's a second interesting one in case the first story idea gets to be a pain.)

-My Easter was kinda nice. My mom and I had free Starz and HBO On Demand. Finally got to see Guardians of the Galaxy. We want that on DVD. It's so awesome. (Rocket, Peter Quill, and Groot, those three are my favorite characters.) Alexander's Horrible No Good Very Bad Day is hilarious. We want that one too! Also, we've had a bunch of Peeps, and some Starburst jelly beans. :D The jelly beans happen to be nearby where I'm sitting, and I just snagged some. I love the Starburst kind just as much as the gourmet kind!

-Earlier, as I was watching AFV, I saw this hilariously cute video of a Chihuahua trying again and again to get the ball in the mirror. The real ball was behind that adorable dog the whole time. Oh, and there was this other amazing dog who was barking parts of Beethoven's 5th. I've never seen anything like that. One smart pooch! I think the Beethoven dog was a pit bull...

-I finally, FINALLY gotten around to starting over again on the Darius Twin Boss Theme remix. I don't remember mentioning this on my blog, but a while back I found out that almost all my files were encrypted. Some idiot thought I would be swayed into doing their bidding for this Bit Coin thing. I've had to refresh the laptop, and pretty much I got all my apps back... Today, I put together a few beat loops and they're really good. I've felt very accomplished. I've gotten so much better at making custom drum loops! Tonight, after TV shows are over, I'm going to do a bit of recording off my VST. (After that, I hope to get into some RP stuff. I am breaking away from fan fic tonight.)

-There's a hilarious Avatar series I've seen on YouTube called Avatar: The Last Airbender Abridged. Whiny Zuko. Enough said. Of course as whole it's funny but the guy's voice for Zuko is what I love most. XD

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