Snopes cites a ‘clerical error’ occurred with this instance of William Bradley.
Moreso, it might not be evident of voter fraud at all, because the poll workers might have thrown out the ballots that had been received of dead people.
CNN said they had tried names off of a different list (the one that contained William Bradley) and they picked 50 names, to no avail. CNN’s opposition, because they tried 50 names off a list of 14K names that were floating around:
If you click this, you can search with filters. For example, I did it by birthdate, I used it in a chart format instead, and was able to see the age and how many of them voted. For example, 1800 had 58 voters (220 years old!) Again, this could be a complete indication of nothing, but certainly is something that everyone should be aware of.
I decided I want to share all the information that I’ve been researching, as well as receiving.
I have hundreds upon hundreds of links and information (my screen usage went up 193% last week lol) and hundreds of pages that I have read through.
I have always said that the media is complicit. Although now, it’s leveled up for me.
I decided I wanted to write this because I myself, have always sought the truth, and in a time where there’s so much information being spread and sometimes out of context, as well as blatantly false information on social media, I have decided that I wanted to write. I know some of you have asked me in the past for it…so I’m here.
The point of all of this, is that I want you to come up with your own interpretation of the facts. The news reads the numbers, then regurgitates it to you in a way that makes sense to their own biases/agendas. I’m not here for any of that. I am here to give you the source of the information. And, yeah, I’ll add news articles that have discrepancy with each other. And most importantly, to transparently show you the information in a way that makes sense and is concise.
But none of this is for the media to dictate, it is for us, the people, to decide what we interpret- and more importantly – to be able to have all the facts transparently laid out for us! We are the critical thinkers, we don’t need someone else doing it for us.
This project for me has been a long time coming. If anyone wants to chat about anything I post, feel free. Inbox is always open.
Interstellar is about a family, with a dynamic that consisted of leaving his ten year old daughter and teenage son to space travel in hopes of finding a better world for them and ultimately in hope for the future to sustain the human race. All of his decisions were based on the idea of his family.
Honestly this film was a slow start for me to get into, but I personally did end up loving it. It was really good and consisted of a lot of things that we, as a human race, really need to be thinking about. This played on theories that might have been deemed as unimportant, but really do strike my interest.
One factor I considered was this: when scarcity in resources happens, it confines a persona’s mentality like how they were trying to focus on Earth and engineering didn’t matter anymore, they didn’t need them, they needed farmers. They weren’t considering space exploration and really it was as if it was forbidden as nobody even knew about it which can translate into that “survivor” mentality that the “working poor” have in America today, what brings us back to the reality that we are in. This really awakens a sense of trust–or distrust– in our government, the knowledge that is being presented to us, the knowledge that we might not know, the whole “ignorance is bliss” can ring true here since yeah, their world was not blissful but it wasn’t pointing to demise in the eyes of people, nor was it pointing to hope. It was pointing to a plateau, which might be considered worse. Cooper did know what would happen to their planet which is why he went into save-the-world mode and really did start something regardless if that’s not exactly where he wanted to have landed (no pun intended).
While in Orlando I decided to give something else a try…. getting rid of my use of plastic straws. I carried a metal straw every day instead which I got for $20 from obeehive. It’s a better alternative than using plastic.
It was easy. I never needed a straw and instead had this metal one to replace it. The amount of straws I actually didn’t use was quite a few so it made me a lot more aware!! I encourage everyone to buy their own reusable straw and do this as well.
Every little bit of effort counts in making this world a better place, so doing your part even if it means using a reusable straw is still a great feat. Many will pose the question, “straws aren’t even that big of a deal” “I’m only 1 person”; well if restaurants and places have to buy less straws to begin with then that is doing something to their market. Maybe it’ll become just as affordable to buy eco-friendly straws!
Anyway, rant over. Get yourself a reusable straw, they’re easy to use, convenient and most come with a case and a little straw cleaner as well!
Let me break it down for you since this is one of the best programs out there for young woman and if you reside in the NYC metro area should be definitely something to consider.
The basic requirements is 14-24 year olds of all different shapes and sizes. It’s a dream of a gig: you audition to be a model- you don’t need any experience, you don’t have to be 5’10. You don’t have to have a particular style or any of the above- simply just need one thing: and that’s to be yourself. On top of all the photo shoots and the runway experience at the end, it’s free.
Shortstack works as a bit of a two-fold process. There’s the whole “modeling”, “photo shoots”, and learning how to actually pose. But first, this is what sets them apart. They have self-esteem workshops, team building exercises, helping not only your self growth but instead of it being made into a skewed competition, everyone is cheering for one another. You learn to love them as if they’re your own sister and you become a family. They have lovely directors and the creators who made it all possible to begin with are so admirable.
My own experience happened like this: I heard of it by people who were in Queens when I was around 16. No way in hell would I have had the nerve to model back then. I was a total tomboy. Why would I be into fashion? Next, my ex boyfriend and I broke up a month before auditions. Okay, maybe I do have some spare time. I convinced one of my BFFs to apply with me (she’s all into the hair/makeup biz) and we did it. Auditioned. I had stage fright and the idea of people staring at me could’ve made me vomit but I got over it.
I legitimately loved every person in my year. The runway show was a total thrill. I met older girls who gave me life and we’re apart of the “veterans” so I had a couple of amazing ladies to aspire to radiate that confidence and sexiness. I had my first experience of being on a radio show to talk!
Shortstack changed me as a person and transformed my outlook on life: I could do anything.
I will forever be grateful to my impulse in “just doing it”, the inspiring people I came to love and the support they gave me emotionally and mentally. And hell yeah I did my first runway show!