Patronizing a certain upscale supermarket is always a dreaded experience in the PSYOP-19 mass induced fear new normal. Checking out last night with one of the unmasked cashiers that I’d developed a rapport with — disclaimer: I only ever check out with unmasked cashiers whenever possible — we once again started joking about all things “pandemic.”
Damn man I legit teared up reading this. This is what humanity is all about.
This brought tears to my eyes. How tragic that these meaningful connections are so rare these days. I am so relieved you have her contact number. Please do keep in touch and give her a warm hello from me.
Keep us posted on your next encounter. Encourage her to join Substack if she has the ability to do so, then let us know so we can follow her adventures.
P.S. RV life may not be as bad as you fear—watch "Nomadland," and you realize many people feel the freedom is worth the tradeoffs.
Thank you for your beautiful writing. Very moving, touching for me as I'm about to become one of these "old ladies living -not in an RV, too expensive- but in my car''. Rents more than doubled, and I will not throw my money as bread to the crowd watching the circus. I made plans some years ago to go the nomad way of life. Don't know what will happen when they force everyone into electric vehicles and forbid gas-powered ones, but I don't think they'll (who's they ?) be able to implement it all. RESIST. REFUSE to comply with anything they try to shove down our throats. Thank you again for sharing this lovely little segment of your life. Cheers
❤️ 👊🏼 One of the best pieces I’ve read in a minute.
Interesting story. Here in Boston there are still about a quarter to half of the people wearing a face mask in a grocery store. Not me though. In fact sometimes I sport a cool looking Lone Ranger mask and a Fuck Fauci or Fuck Joe Biden tee shirt. I'm not having any of this. Become ungovernable - Do Not Comply and make yourself hard to kill. About the 99th smartest gut in the world... :)
“I believe we are living here now at this crossroads for a reason. I believe we are meant to be here; that we are being given a chance to be the right people in the right place at the right time. I believe that we can end this evil, but only if we dare to try. It begins with one simple step: Telling the world “We Will Not Comply!”
Heartbreaking. I feel this woman and her life. The way she raised her kids, the organic life she has and the challenge of living in a world that you don't belong in. So maddening.
WTF? 2SG literally made me tear up. This is a huge, important perspective the elites are trying to cancel: human contact. Fck ‘em all. I highly recommend MARK OSHINSKIE’s substack for more of this.
How are you selfish, if you can’t live with yourself if suspecting yourself to be unkind, self-absorbed or self-deceived? Selfish people don’t bash their foreheads against walls, trying to answer with any reliability or finality the question of did they do enough, self-cross-examining their motives and gaslighting themselves. As a matter of fact, the selfish are pretty satisfied -- self-satiated, really--with themselves; when (if) they do question themselves, their standards are pretty low and they leave the examination season feeling quite justified.
I love that you acknowledged that you only know what she told you about her situation. That takes humility and self-control, actually. We don’t like the way it feels when we are moved to compassion by someone’s story, and we take action (even if it is just blind hate of the assumed “oppressor”), and then find out we were wrong, because we were not willing to question if we knew enough before we took that action.￼ Many ￼would rather fight to maintain the initial illusion, rather than ask hard questions. Hard questions takes a lot of energy, and it puts you at risk of losing peoples approval.
I love that you bring people to life in the grocery store. That you sow seeds of life by inviting people to lift their faces to the searchlight, unafraid of being exposed by higher thinking, as people can handle (because we all have to start somewhere), indiscriminately. I love it! I love it because you don’t know who’s the quiet one with all the potential, so you let them show themselves in their response to you.
Thanks for writing this out and sharing it all with us. It was not just worth my time to read; it was also worth my time to find.
This is a beautiful story but I can't help but think that the cabal are thrilled. Their plan is working. People are scared to talk to each other but better yet, more and more people are poor. They won't be happy until we are all living in RVs.... er wait, that's still owning something. They won't be happy until we are all living in their RVs that we rent from them because it's 2030 and we own nothing and are happy!!! Tell that lady to just hold on... happiness is coming!
Understand. I got accosted by a female rent a cop at Whole Paycheck who was ready to fight to the death over a mask.
On the other hand some of the best conversations have been had with people working in grocery stores. My take is that the American people have not yet spoken or taken a stand - but they are out there in the millions. Primarily because of the way we speak and body language we don't have to wear uniforms to understand sides.
I read every single one of your Substacks. This one may be the best one I’ve ever read. Merry Christmas. #donotcomply
Over Here, I say "Well done"! The day may yet come when checkout queues will be even friendlier places. Is that why "social distancing" was enacted? Another demoralising tactic by YouKnowWHO.
Touching story indeed. Thanks.
Time for a GoFundMe. I posted the article on a page I administer. Libertarians on MeWe. Get her personals and let us get this started. I will make sure to spread it as far as I can. Volunteerism is the way.
Thank you for writing and sharing this beautiful piece. Kudos to both you and the elegant old lady; I'm inspired to relax my "vaccine filter" even more than I have already...