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ok, someone please help me understand! CDC says Fungal meningitis is rare and usually the result of spread of a fungus through blood to the spinal cord. Fungal meningitis is not contagious. [link to www.cdc.gov]
But then Meningitis Foundation of America says: Fungal meningitis, also known as Cryptococcus neoformans, is yeast found in soil throughout the world that usually strikes people with compromised immune systems.
Fungal meningitis is contracted by inhaling airborne yeast cells. The infection is uncommon and not easily spread to others, but serious and requires immediate medical attention. [link to www.meningitisfoundationofamerica.org] So one says not contagious and the other says it can be. wtf
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Please posters . . .

Steer this thread back on track . . . to BP, the Gulf, LA sinkhole, Occidental, fault line, gas line criss-cross, New Madrid.
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That is my AC post above...sorry different computer and forgot to log in. Don't you see, it IS all connected!
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Hi Skinny,

I've been on this thread awhile, so don't misunderstand what I'm saying . . . there are so many avenues to this story and everyone needs to stay on track. There's nothing yet to substantially confirm the correlation. I've listed the other possible connections to the outbreak. The gov wants people vaccinated . . . you know that.

Some posters have wildly taken this thread off course, with the meningitis story, and they're focusing too much on "Dawg" and not the message. The dog pound is playing the posters here.
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Here you go!

Pressure building in aquifer to “explosive concentrations”? Geologists say top layer may not hold back gas if above 75 psi

[link to enenews.com]
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well, i'm glad to see that these morons' attention is
finally outside of that silly cavern.
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Yep but do they realise that all this gas didn't come from the cavern yet?

We all know it couldn't have. Unless they were lying about what was in it anyway.
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what the hell are you talking about? ignorant.

before Aug. the cavern was empty and inactive.
since then the cavern has filled with natural gas.
therefore, that natural gas had to come from somewhere.
and, it is that same "somewhere" that is feeding all
of the natural gas that is gradually creeping and
saturating all of the ground in Assumption Parish.
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Here you go!

Pressure building in aquifer to “explosive concentrations”? Geologists say top layer may not hold back gas if above 75 psi

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Paa Tal


well, i'm glad to see that these morons' attention is
finally outside of that silly cavern.
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Yep but do they realise that all this gas didn't come from the cavern yet?

We all know it couldn't have. Unless they were lying about what was in it anyway.
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what the hell are you talking about? ignorant.

before Aug. the cavern was empty and inactive.
since then the cavern has filled with natural gas.
therefore, that natural gas had to come from somewhere.
and, it is that same "somewhere" that is feeding all
of the natural gas that is gradually creeping and
saturating all of the ground in Assumption Parish.
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Ok So it wasn't filled with brine like they were saying. Like I siad unless they lied about what was in it. Brine and diesel were in the cavern, it was not empty. It was empty of storage stuff but not empty of anything. By the way, if you are right where did all the natural gas that filled it come from?
And yes I am aware that salt reacting with stuff can make gas, but reallt that much?
It's coming from somewhere else.
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Big Dawg here. Despite attempts to discredit, those who gave followed this thread know the following:

All the 'conjectures' or assertions made by OP were eventually found to be true.

All the 'conjectures' or assertions made by East Texas were eventually found to be true.

All the 'conjectures' or assertions made by all Dawgs were eventually found to be true. (Snoopy Dawg alone has made no assertions, only to repost synopsis with editing/additions ok'd by me).
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As I said in my post above, many posters here already made those connections. If you've contributed something which verifies these things, great. If you want the credit, whatever, have at it.

Dudes, it is NOT important WHO figured this out first.

The issue for posters here is to remain focused on the issue of BP, fault line, and the repercussions now playing out.

East Texas first discovered the link between the meningitis and the Assumption issue. We are not at liberty to discuss how they are linked as this will DIRECTLY compromise not only outside sources but many Dawgs as well. This is why you have been directed to look here, look there. We cannot bring anything directly (and as you re-read this entire thread you will find that we've done this since day 1).

The meningitis issue has not yet been 'proven' but we think it will. When that happens, once again, the 'conjectures' or assertions will have proven to be true.
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)Why so important to continually note that ET "first" discovered the links?)



Until it is proven, everyone needs to stay on track of the initial topic because it IS a serious one . . . again - BP, fault line, methane, Occidental, criss-crossing gas lines, nuclear plants.

On THAT, Dawgs, we agree.
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Dawgs, I give you this:

Everybody's restless and they've got no place to go
Someone's always trying to tell them
Something they already know

So their anger and resentment flow

But don't it make you want to Rock and Roll
All night long, Mohammed's Radio
I heard somebody singing sweet and soulful
On the radio, Mohammed's Radio

You know, the Sheriff's got his problems too
He will surely take them out on you
In walked the village idiot and his face was all aglow
He's been up all night listening to Mohammed's Radio

Don't it make you want to Rock and Roll
All night long, Mohammed's Radio
I heard somebody singing sweet and soulful
On the radio, Mohammed's Radio

Everybody's desperate trying to make ends meet
Work all day, still can't pay
The price of gasoline and meat
Alas, their lives are incomplete

Don't it make you want to Rock and Roll
All night long, Mohammed's Radio
I heard somebody singing sweet and soulful
On the radio, Mohammed's Radio

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well, i'm glad to see that these morons' attention is
finally outside of that silly cavern.
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Yep but do they realise that all this gas didn't come from the cavern yet?

We all know it couldn't have. Unless they were lying about what was in it anyway.
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what the hell are you talking about? ignorant.

before Aug. the cavern was empty and inactive.
since then the cavern has filled with natural gas.
therefore, that natural gas had to come from somewhere.
and, it is that same "somewhere" that is feeding all
of the natural gas that is gradually creeping and
saturating all of the ground in Assumption Parish.
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Ok So it wasn't filled with brine like they were saying. Like I siad unless they lied about what was in it. Brine and diesel were in the cavern, it was not empty. It was empty of storage stuff but not empty of anything. By the way, if you are right where did all the natural gas that filled it come from?
And yes I am aware that salt reacting with stuff can make gas, but reallt that much?
It's coming from somewhere else.
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why are you saying petty things just to divert attention
away from the basic facts.

Texas Brine was finished harvesting brine from that cavern
more than a year ago.

the purpose of their coming back was to prepare the cavern for use
as a storage vessel (for chemicals, natural gas, or whatever)

there may have been crap floating around on the floor of the
cavern, it's a big cavern.
but it was NOT full of natural gas.
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Yep but do they realise that all this gas didn't come from the cavern yet?

We all know it couldn't have. Unless they were lying about what was in it anyway.
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what the hell are you talking about? ignorant.

before Aug. the cavern was empty and inactive.
since then the cavern has filled with natural gas.
therefore, that natural gas had to come from somewhere.
and, it is that same "somewhere" that is feeding all
of the natural gas that is gradually creeping and
saturating all of the ground in Assumption Parish.
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Ok So it wasn't filled with brine like they were saying. Like I siad unless they lied about what was in it. Brine and diesel were in the cavern, it was not empty. It was empty of storage stuff but not empty of anything. By the way, if you are right where did all the natural gas that filled it come from?
And yes I am aware that salt reacting with stuff can make gas, but reallt that much?
It's coming from somewhere else.
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why are you saying petty things just to divert attention
away from the basic facts.

Texas Brine was finished harvesting brine from that cavern
more than a year ago.

the purpose of their coming back was to prepare the cavern for use
as a storage vessel (for chemicals, natural gas, or whatever)

there may have been crap floating around on the floor of the
cavern, it's a big cavern.
but it was NOT full of natural gas.
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Your twisting my words, I just said it was not filled with gas, that the gas isn't from the cavern. The cavern was abandoned not being preped for storage.
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I think we are on the same page so why are we arguing, I was saying the gas didn't come from the cavern. Just so you understand, you seem to miss understand me.
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I think we are on the same page so why are we arguing, I was saying the gas didn't come from the cavern. Just so you understand, you seem to miss understand me.
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I am not following AC. I think he just wants an argument.

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what the hell are you talking about? ignorant.

before Aug. the cavern was empty and inactive.
since then the cavern has filled with natural gas.
therefore, that natural gas had to come from somewhere.
and, it is that same "somewhere" that is feeding all
of the natural gas that is gradually creeping and
saturating all of the ground in Assumption Parish.
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Ok So it wasn't filled with brine like they were saying. Like I siad unless they lied about what was in it. Brine and diesel were in the cavern, it was not empty. It was empty of storage stuff but not empty of anything. By the way, if you are right where did all the natural gas that filled it come from?
And yes I am aware that salt reacting with stuff can make gas, but reallt that much?
It's coming from somewhere else.
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why are you saying petty things just to divert attention
away from the basic facts.

Texas Brine was finished harvesting brine from that cavern
more than a year ago.

the purpose of their coming back was to prepare the cavern for use
as a storage vessel (for chemicals, natural gas, or whatever)

there may have been crap floating around on the floor of the
cavern, it's a big cavern.
but it was NOT full of natural gas.
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Your twisting my words, I just said it was not filled with gas, that the gas isn't from the cavern. The cavern was abandoned not being preped for storage.
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o.k. and then by complete coincidence the roof of
the cavern fell down and a sinkhole formed. (note: caverns
collapse and form sinkholes all of the time all around the world).

and then they start arguing about whether Texas Brine
could use the cavern for storage in its damaged condition.

and all the while they were arguing ( early sept) the
cavern started filling with natural gas.
and then everyone said uh-oh.

and, walla, here we are today.
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Ok So it wasn't filled with brine like they were saying. Like I siad unless they lied about what was in it. Brine and diesel were in the cavern, it was not empty. It was empty of storage stuff but not empty of anything. By the way, if you are right where did all the natural gas that filled it come from?
And yes I am aware that salt reacting with stuff can make gas, but reallt that much?
It's coming from somewhere else.
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why are you saying petty things just to divert attention
away from the basic facts.

Texas Brine was finished harvesting brine from that cavern
more than a year ago.

the purpose of their coming back was to prepare the cavern for use
as a storage vessel (for chemicals, natural gas, or whatever)

there may have been crap floating around on the floor of the
cavern, it's a big cavern.
but it was NOT full of natural gas.
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Your twisting my words, I just said it was not filled with gas, that the gas isn't from the cavern. The cavern was abandoned not being preped for storage.
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o.k. and then by complete coincidence the roof of
the cavern fell down and a sinkhole formed. (note: caverns
collapse and form sinkholes all of the time all around the world).

and then they start arguing about whether Texas Brine
could use the cavern for storage in its damaged condition.

and all the while they were arguing ( early sept) the
cavern started filling with natural gas.
and then everyone said uh-oh.

and, walla, here we are today.
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Have another stiff one and then hit the hay and sleep it off.
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I have to say I would rather go to LA and jump in the sink hole (sure I will get some smart arcs comments on that) than to listen to the music played on that radio :) I hope someone else likes that kind of music and informs us of what is said there.
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I think we are on the same page so why are we arguing, I was saying the gas didn't come from the cavern. Just so you understand, you seem to miss understand me.
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I am not following AC. I think he just wants an arguement.
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damn. 2 ignorant ones.
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lmao
I have to say I would rather go to LA and jump in the sink hole (sure I will get some smart arcs comments on that) than to listen to the music played on that radio :) I hope someone else likes that kind of music and informs us of what is said there.
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When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty. Thomas Jefferson
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Big Dawg here, important update on meningitis issue. Pay close attention to news stories and seek out friends or family who may become infected with 'meningitis' - question the medical staff and find out if meningitis truly fits the symptoms. We have learned a few things that give us reason to suspect that these 'cases' are being called meningitis - but are in fact something else.

From what we've learned the truth of this illness would in fact point directly to a substance used during the Deepwater Horizon incident (NOT Synthia and NOT Corexit but a bio component nonetheless). If true, therefore gives some proof of the connection between DWH and Assumption. More as we find out more.
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kimba and AC. I am not a biologist...at this point wish I was. Lol. I am connecting the dots like everyone else. We know there are additional toxins in the sinkholes and not just methane. links were way back in thread..both confirmed through documents and news reports. Further collapse, continued underground spreading and explosions are all my concerns. but contaminations are as well. did you read the links about Synthia? Did you look at the different outbreak maps? if not please do and you'll then understand my line of thinking. hf
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There is also a DRACO vaccine...developed at MIT...I think I would stay away from any and all vaccines...especially this one called DRACO....

[link to blogs.terrapinn.com]
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I think somewhere on the last couple of pages of the Bezerk thread, dr implies that Draco was engineered to control Synthia, which had been developed to be resistant to other viruses, etc.
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that is my theory.
draco is a means that can kill synthia (I prefer cindy...lol)
cindy was engineered to be antibiotic and virus proof.
probably because the background antibiotic levels in the water are very high, and have been for a number of years

feedlot antibiotic use, and antibacterial soaps are the chief contributor or this problem

and for the record, I believe there are more than one cindy, one to refine oil supplies in the ground, and one to control spilled stuff. related, but different

dr
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There is also a DRACO vaccine...developed at MIT...I think I would stay away from any and all vaccines...especially this one called DRACO....

[link to blogs.terrapinn.com]
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I think somewhere on the last couple of pages of the Bezerk thread, dr implies that Draco was engineered to control Synthia, which had been developed to be resistant to other viruses, etc.
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that is my theory.
draco is a means that can kill synthia (I prefer cindy...lol)
cindy was engineered to be antibiotic and virus proof.
probably because the background antibiotic levels in the water are very high, and have been for a number of years

feedlot antibiotic use, and antibacterial soaps are the chief contributor or this problem

and for the record, I believe there are more than one cindy, one to refine oil supplies in the ground, and one to control spilled stuff. related, but different

dr
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I agree dr. And as they come in contact with other toxins then what do they change into? that's what I'm trying to understand. And scarier yet...have we seen evidence of this happening already. I think so...but that's just my opinion. hf
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Hey folks, I want to say a couple of things then I will be off for the night.

First, I figured out what was bugging me so much about all the hoopla headlines about the methane in the water, like it was new exposed secrets. As I said, I had heard the words personally from DHH, long before the letter dated Oct 2nd. I found the first letter, dated Sep 13.The letters are almost identical. Just different sampling dates.

[link to new.dhh.louisiana.gov]

[link to new.dhh.louisiana.gov]

So, my faith is restored in our LOCAL officials.

Second, yes, our little paper only comes out once a week. Easily verified by calling them. This really is a very small community. The lady at our little store wouldn't even charge me the 50 cents because the paper was almost a week old, LOL.

Third, for the joker (2258) that posted a photobucket picture of "his" copy, well, the difference is just that. A pic of a paper, versus me holding the paper, seen at 1:00 on the first video.

Fourth, why am I not contributing more of what's going on around here? Because nothing is going on. I've said it before. Other than being practically deserted, life seems normal here.

For 1120. You asked if I felt I was being watched. Funny quick story. They have placed portable air monitors all over the place out here. They look like cameras locked up in a metal box on a tripod. When I saw the first one, I got out and walked up to it to take a picture, and as soon as I got close to it, I could hear it beeping. I'm like "oh crap....that thing is taking pictures of ME!". THEN, out of nowhere comes 2 people in a green army colored golf cart. I immediately started explaining that I hadn't touched it and was just going to get a picture. They laughed, and said they were there to change the battery, and that when the batteries get low, they are notified at the command center.

Firewatch....like everyone else, I was consumed with all of this, and reading everything I could find on it. GLP was right there in a google search one day, and I clicked on it. Never even knew about it before this.

Thanks to 1120, wishiwas, miabelieves, marsute, dangerwalt, 5565, 2291 and anyone else that spoke up in my defense. I've done all I am willing to do to prove myself, but I realize with trolls, it's never enough.

Anaiah.....very perceptive..... :-)

I probably won't be back until after the meeting Tuesday, unless something changes drastically.
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8.5.1 Injection of waste fluid – the Denver earthquakes

Between 1962 and 1966, around 625,000 m3 of contaminated waste water was injected in a deep
well drilled at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal
(RMA), NE of Denver, Colorado USA (Hsieh &
Bredehoeft, 1981). Injection was at a depth of 3650 m into a highly fractured Precambrian
Gneiss. Between 1962 and 1967 over 1500 earthquakes were recorded, with three major ones of
magnitude 5 or more in 1967
and which shook the Denver area causing minor structural damage.
Previously, the last event felt in the area had been in 1882. By the mid 1980s, the earthquake
activity had all but died away. The causes were attributed to movements along the fractures in
the gneiss triggered by the increase in pore pressure due to injection.

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page 124

senario 3

11.2.3 release thru the cavern seal

scen 3??!

latest risk analysis so far (2007)

dr
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Fox nees now 8pm cst there is a show talking about the guy tgat said crusify them and talking about fracking and methan on tap water. But not sure if relevent yet.
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ok, someone please help me understand! CDC says Fungal meningitis is rare and usually the result of spread of a fungus through blood to the spinal cord. Fungal meningitis is not contagious. [link to www.cdc.gov]
But then Meningitis Foundation of America says: Fungal meningitis, also known as Cryptococcus neoformans, is yeast found in soil throughout the world that usually strikes people with compromised immune systems.
Fungal meningitis is contracted by inhaling airborne yeast cells. The infection is uncommon and not easily spread to others, but serious and requires immediate medical attention. [link to www.meningitisfoundationofamerica.org] So one says not contagious and the other says it can be. wtf
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REPEAT:

Please posters . . .

Steer this thread back on track . . . to BP, the Gulf, LA sinkhole, Occidental, fault line, gas line criss-cross, New Madrid.
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That is my AC post above...sorry different computer and forgot to log in. Don't you see, it IS all connected!
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No, I don't see. From what little I have read it is in the tubing? in the shot that is given to people with back pain?

Oh, the tubing is made from plastic which is made from petroleum ... Is that what you are saying?
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makes me wonder if the chemtrails/crop dusters r dropping DRACO to compensate for the cindy-corexit fux up.
shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ffix it 1st explain later=UHOH IT GOT BADDDD
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patassa hmmm they send u a letter repeating the same info over n over.....
dont u find it odd they dont give u more UPDATED info???
wth its just tax payers $$ they are spending to test n tell u nuthing new???
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Patassa, (hope spelled right)

Stay safe and as my mom always told me don't believe everything people say. I personally DON'T trust any government officials about as far as I could throw them. I know you probably trust your local officials but truth is they are probably not getting the entire story.

Again stay safe and get ready to pick up and get out at a moments notice.

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Second, yes, our little paper only comes out once a week. Easily verified by calling them. This really is a very small community. The lady at our little store wouldn't even charge me the 50 cents because the paper was almost a week old, LOL.

Third, for the joker (2258) that posted a photobucket picture of "his" copy, well, the difference is just that. A pic of a paper, versus me holding the paper, seen at 1:00 on the first video.


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well, gee whiz, i was wrong. i didn't watch the video.

the video proves clearly that Patassa lives in Assumption Parish.
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Big Dawg here, important update on meningitis issue. Pay close attention to news stories and seek out friends or family who may become infected with 'meningitis' - question the medical staff and find out if meningitis truly fits the symptoms. We have learned a few things that give us reason to suspect that these 'cases' are being called meningitis - but are in fact something else.

From what we've learned the truth of this illness would in fact point directly to a substance used during the Deepwater Horizon incident (NOT Synthia and NOT Corexit but a bio component nonetheless). If true, therefore gives some proof of the connection between DWH and Assumption. More as we find out more.
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Just what I was doing...first one up besides Flu in West Nile...same symptoms...
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Big Dawg here, important update on meningitis issue. Pay close attention to news stories and seek out friends or family who may become infected with 'meningitis' - question the medical staff and find out if meningitis truly fits the symptoms. We have learned a few things that give us reason to suspect that these 'cases' are being called meningitis - but are in fact something else.

From what we've learned the truth of this illness would in fact point directly to a substance used during the Deepwater Horizon incident (NOT Synthia and NOT Corexit but a bio component nonetheless). If true, therefore gives some proof of the connection between DWH and Assumption. More as we find out more.
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Just what I was doing...first one up besides Flu in West Nile...same symptoms...
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West Nile virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne zoonotic arbovirus belonging to the genus Flavivirus in the family Flaviviridae. This flavivirus is found in temperate and tropical regions of the world. It was first identified in the West Nile subregion in the East African nation of Uganda in 1937. Prior to the mid 1990s, WNV disease occurred only sporadically and was considered a minor risk for humans, until an outbreak in Algeria in 1994, with cases of WNV-caused encephalitis, and the first large outbreak in Romania in 1996, with a high number of cases with neuroinvasive disease. WNV has now spread globally, with the first case in the Western Hemisphere being identified in New York City in 1999;[1] over the next 5 years, the virus spread across the continental United States, north into Canada, and southward into the Caribbean Islands and Latin America. WNV also spread to Europe, beyond the Mediterranean Basin [a new strain of the virus was recently (2012) identified in Italy]. WNV is now considered to be an endemic pathogen in Africa, Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Europe and in the United States, which in 2012 has experienced one of its worst epidemics.
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Second, yes, our little paper only comes out once a week. Easily verified by calling them. This really is a very small community. The lady at our little store wouldn't even charge me the 50 cents because the paper was almost a week old, LOL.

Third, for the joker (2258) that posted a photobucket picture of "his" copy, well, the difference is just that. A pic of a paper, versus me holding the paper, seen at 1:00 on the first video.


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well, gee whiz, i was wrong. i didn't watch the video.

the video proves clearly that Patassa lives in Assumption Parish.
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proved it for me...Patassa sat in her car filming the gents a drilling on the side of the road than turned to the car seat picked the ENTIRE paper up, showed the date, had Patassa written on it and Freeedddyyy eating sh*t...and the 2nd video was back at her homestead with the newspaper again with a nice little note for ffrreeddyyy. I think it could be possible someone is a lil jealous that Patassa is down there in all the action...maybe Patassa will invite you down for some alligator, taste like fish and a body of Corona...ya'll can take a hike down to the area and get us all some really good pictures of what the goings on are.
Well off to bed...keeping all the workers, persons staying in area and this country in prayer. I also will pray that we can just all come together in searching for love, truth so that we are not WAYLAYED by our wonderful government. Keep your eyes open, your ears to the ground, trust no on!!! Off to bedgrouphug
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Another potential disease like Men.

Cryptococcal Meningitis-

Many of the symptoms of cryptococcal meningitis are similar to those seen in other diseases. These include: fever, fatigue, stiff neck, body aches, headaches (often severe), nausea/vomiting, and skin lesions. Other important symptoms include confusion, muddled thinking, vision problems, and possibly seizures.

People diagnosed with cryptococcal meningitis often have symptoms of infection outside the brain. This includes coughing and shortness of breath, from infection in the lungs, and skin lesions that can look like another infection called molluscum contagious

Caused by this fungus... Cryptococcus neoformans which can be found in many parts of the environment, it is very difficult to prevent coming into contact with the fungus.
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From [link to en.wikipedia.org] ...
"Recent studies suggest that colonies of Cryptococcus neoformans and related fungi growing on the ruins of the melted down reactor of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant may be able to use the energy of radiation (primary beta radiation) for "radiotrophic" growth"

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