October 30, 2020

Stealing America's Soul One Mask at a Time

Selwyn Duke

My latest.


"Yet there’s a deeper issue, one almost never addressed: What does it profit a nation to gain the world but to lose its soul?

The most zealous mask imperialists want us to don a (too often) filthy face burka even outdoors. Yet with interpersonal connection already diminished in our screen-addictio n society where people are conjoined with electronic devices, does it really behoove us to turn them into 'faceless' creatures whose countenance is unreadable? Heck, just add some dark shades and we can turn everyone into the invisible man."

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1 My cardiologist is from South Africa (many years ago, but his degree is South African), which may explain why he is seeing patients in person. He was a bit shocked when I responded to his concern about a new irregularity in my EKG by saying that I didn’t really want to live much longer anyway.

I told him that I didn’t want to live through a civil war and that in any case I am a social creature and that, "interacting with faceless zombies through a plexiglass barrier is just not doing it for me.”

He was sympathetic, but insisted on doing a couple of tests anyway. He is such a nice guy that I went along with him. And, of course, there’s my wife to consider. For some reason, she likes having me around.

Posted by: Bill H at October 30, 2020 06:36 PM (vMiSr)

2 I rather suspect most Africans don't worry too much about this. In Africa they have real diseases that threaten their lives, Bill.

He has a point. I don't want to see what may be coming myself. We have to hang in their for our loved ones.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at October 31, 2020 08:09 AM (YkwA4)

3 I'll say to Selwyn: we could all switch to shades, like you say, and start looking like the cops in a totalitarian state. Indeed, if the Left wins the upcoming election, we might want to do that so we could confuse the soon-to-be-organized storm troopers, as a matter of survival. We'll just have to get those aviator-type sunglasses.

Bill, I, too am frustrated at not being able to see facial expressions with all these dratted masks, but I find I'm paying much more attention to peoples' eyes; you can tell fairly well if a person is smiling by their eyes, once you get used to really looking at them.

Posted by: Dana Mathewson at October 31, 2020 10:10 AM (ia9S4)

4 Problem with your idea is Black Lives Matter might 86 you if you do that Dana. Maybe wear a hammer and sickle armband?

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at October 31, 2020 11:38 AM (WUUJZ)

5 Well, Tim, I figure if we don't wear any armband, they have to guess where we're coming from, and that gives us time to react -- to whack their silly asses.

I reiterate: look at their eyes. In the supermarket, watch peoples' eyes. And be the first to smile at people. This will help us come out of this mess. If you're at the self-serve check-out machines, and you're ahead but somebody has fewer items than you have, make a point of urging them to go ahead of you (unless you are way behind schedule and have to get home to feed your dog and help your wife get supper ready). All this stuff is hard on all of us, but don't make it hard on anybody else.

Posted by: Dana Mathewson at October 31, 2020 10:30 PM (ia9S4)

6 Agreed Dana. Courtesy and a little kindness go a long way.

America has lost it's sense of courtesy. Few practice it - or good manners.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at November 01, 2020 07:55 AM (b9ntJ)

7 MoonRocks And SunRocks: What Are They And How To Smoke Them

MoonRocks and SunRocks are a special type of cannabis flower. Combining regular buds with oil and kief, these babies pack a big, potent punch.




 How to smoke moon/sun rocks

 What are the effects of moon/sun rocks?



Cannabis connoisseurs are always looking for newer, better ways to enjoy their favourite flower. Two of the latest experiments to help consumers get more out of their weed are MoonRocks and SunRocks - concentrate-covered bud designed to take you out of this atmosphere.


MoonRocks are something special. They are made by taking a regular cannabis flower, covering it with some kind of oil (usually BHO like wax) and coating it in a thick dusting of kief. Pack one of these in your pipe and you’ve got yourself a return ticket to the moon, literally.




SunRocks take things to another level. A SunRock is basically like MoonRock’s older, chain- smoking brother.

While their composition is nearly identical (a bud coated in concentrate and sprinkled with kief), SunRocks are typically made using higher-grade products. They are currently being produced by two main manufacturers in California, Big Tray Deee and Apollo Sun Rocks.

Both manufacturers take top-shelf buds (usually some kind of OG), dip them in a sticky layer of wax or similar concentrate, and then finish them off with a sprinkle of kief. Big Tray Deee’s Rocks usually feature a very thin layer of concentrate and kief, clocking in at about 80% THC. Apollo’s Rocks, however, typically boast a thicker layer of kief and roughly 60% THC.


Smoking Moon or SunRocks is a little different from smoking regular flowers. If you’re lucky enough to get your hands on these goodies, here are some tips to enjoy them properly.

Don’t grind them: A regular herb grinder will butcher these buds and likely struggle with their sticky texture. Instead, use your fingers or scissors to gently break them apart.

Use a pipe, bong, or bubbler: At 60-80% THC, you don’t need a lot of these Rocks to get you flying. Hence, it's best to use a pipe/bong with a small cone to avoid letting this stuff go to waste.

Mix it with some regular weed: take it and sprinkle into some regular weed.


Moon and SunRocks produce very unique effects. Some users compare them to dabs due to their potency, but the highs are really quite different.

Dabs and concentrates typically produce a short burst of uplifting, clear-headed euphoria. Moon Rocks and SunRocks, on the other hand, produce a strong, long-lasting stone. They burn long and slow, with enduring effects after just a few hits/tokes. Expect subtle hints of clarity with uplifting euphoria.




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