Come on people, alright already, you’re wrong, admit it and start what you need to do to heal! With people dropping left and right, diseases and cancer on the rise, excess deaths, heart issues, clotting, if many people don’t actually admit they are wrong they surely may die, or at the very least, get very sick.
And we have some that aren’t necessarily sheep but worry so much about their image with the sheep that they aren’t really truthful to anyone.
Congrats on the OffG feedback! It's interesting reading the comments to your article.
I think Naomi Wolf's recent piece dovetails well with yours: https://naomiwolf.substack.com/p/lipid-nanoparticles-are-they-subtly
My subconscious recently told me to watch Invasion of the Body Snatchers. What a great film. The problem in that story might be similar to our current predicament: only the people unaffected by the PEG vax have the required energy and inquisitiveness to see what's happening. Sheep are constrained by the normal psychological dissonance that they've had for all other state crimes, but are now also constrained by very real physical shackles. It's as though the people who disbelieved the Warren Commission were also encouraged to drink a potion that blocked any future ability to harbor empathy or critical thinking. Of all my controversial t-shirts, the one that gets the most glares is: "I tested positive for critical thinking."
I really enjoyed your story about the musical score. (The "Lassie" whistling tune always makes me cry.) I have often stopped to pay attention to the music and how important it is to the emotion of the scene and I suppose the best scores often go unnoticed, until they are as meaningful as the story (like "Jaws" or the "Twilight Zone.") I wish we had a 'Music To Live By' score for everyday life, like "Wake up!" "Stop it now!" or "Take off the mask.."
Thank goodness I’m married to another shrew... although that too can be challenging 😂
Loved the couples analogy! It can certainly get very challenging when a sheep and a shrew make that couple. Ufff!
How I would have loved to have met that guy who said “hmmm - that makes sense”! I agree there is little of that these days. Interesting commentary of how we’ve “got here”..