Saturday 21 June 2014

Ernst Stavro Blofeld.

A facebook friend mentioned that there was a chemical induced sundog in the middle of what could have been a beautiful, sunny day.

I thought it was a beautiful sunny day with a normal sundog which I have always taken to signify good luck. I have had visions that were chemically induced before, but that was a long time ago and didn’t involve sundogs. They involved a bike that turned into elastic, roads that undulated like gray jello and little cartoon creatures that hopped around like Tigger from Winnie the Pooh. Looking back I kind of enjoyed those chemically induced visions and I have hopes that I will enjoy the sundog. Especially if it brings good luck.

To tell you the truth, I had to look up what my facebook friend meant by chemically induced. It turns out that she was referring to chemtrails and or the by products of chemtrails. Chemtrails are those beautiful exhaust lines across the sky that jet airplanes leave in their wake as they are travelling to exotic locations without me. I suppose that airplane exhaust isn’t a lot different than automobile exhaust, in that you wouldn’t want to spend a lot of time breathing it in. Mind you, like car exhaust, it quickly dissipates into the atmosphere and is slowly poisoning all of us equally.

I don’t like the idea of getting poisoned by the air I breathe, but it is something I have come to accept as a by product of the luxurious life that I live. It’s luxurious by third world standards, first world people that live luxuriously most probably have some way of countering the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning. Oh well, you can’t live forever, certainly not if you continue breathing poisoned air.

I am something of a conspiracy theorist, but I don’t let my paranoia ruin a perfectly good sunny day. The whack-a-doodles and nut fuggers think that the government are using the jet liners sort of like crop dusters to spray us with dangerous chemicals as a test to see what they will do. Another theory is that the government is spraying us in order to weed out the sick and elderly. I’m guessing to save them from paying too much in pension to us baby boomers. Perhaps the poison is just directed at Liberal and NDP voters.

Another theory is that the military are dropping barium salt aerosol to aid in radar mapping for defence purposes. Maybe, but jets fly so high that the winds would scatter anything they drop and it would spread around the world. I think a more likely explanation is that the government is trying different methods to replace the ozone layer that is fast disappearing. Whatever the theory, a sundog is just a sundog, not some nefarious plan launched by Ernst Stavro Blofeld.

I don’t understand why people think the government is attempting to poison us. I suspect that if they are putting things in our water or the air it is something that they truly believe will improve our lives. We have been see-sawing back and forth over the fluoride in the water issue here for years now. My kids grew up while there was fluoride in the water and none of them had a cavity. The anti-fluoride faction was successful a few years back and we now don’t have fluoride in our city water. My dentist tells me that she can see the difference in kid’s teeth since the change. In a few years there will be another vote and fluoride will again be in the water.

Whatever is going on, there is no way that the common person will be able to find out for sure, so we may as well just enjoy the sundogs when we get them.

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