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Man-o-man, this is such a happy world! Just look at your computer news and in just seconds you will begin to smile and think about how great things are in the world. Things couldn’t be more perfect. Oh my, oh gee, I am so elated that I could just crap!

If you think it’s not a happy world you would be hard pressed to prove it. Is the world really bad or is it just an illusion? Do you see it being bad physically or do you see it being bad virtually on the TV or on your computer?

Let’s investigate.

Go to Google or Yahoo news to see what’s up in the outside world. Look at what pops up. Is it good news or bad news? OK, here’s what I see. Right off the bat I can see that all the perversion involved with the Catholic Church is in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. I think it’s pretty cool how it is centralized like that. It’s pretty simple; just don’t send your kids to those two states, right?

Just below that headline is another that tells how the Church is giving away money and making a lot of people around the nation very rich. In New Jersey alone the church handed out over 50 million dollars in the last year! The church dished out over 3 billion dollars nationwide in the last year and for some reason the church wants to keep it quiet. It’s like they want to make people happy and keep it hush, hush.

Wow, how could you even go about hiding something like that? How can you hide giving away 3 billion dollars? The answer is “bankruptcy.” Apparently bankruptcy has become a legal way to hide everything you have been doing that might be really bad. Nice huh? Gotta love those lawyers!

Yes there is a lot of affection going around in the Catholic Church, there always has been. This is a subject that I know something about because I was raised in a Catholic Orphanage in Little Rock Arkansas in the 1950’s. I can tell you outright that when a young man goes from that environment right into the Vietnam War he will come out all screwed up! If you want to know more about that you will have to read the book. https://www.amazon.com/Defenders-Men-Donald-K-Sanders/dp/1514391295

Another story in the news that might make you happy is the fact that there is a shortage of toilet paper in Iran. Ha, those guys are wiping their butts with leaves! You will be happy to know that the US sanctions against Iran are up and running very well. What the news doesn’t tell is the fact that these sanctions only hurt the little guys that find nothing when they try to buy food and necessary supplies.

Oh yeah, don’t worry about President Trump having legal troubles because he cannot be arrested! Nope, not gonna happen! A sitting president simply cannot be arrested for anything! Isn’t that good news? Again, I am elated!

Good news. Good news. Good news. That is all you are going to get or ever will get in the internet. Thanks to programs like “Google Hope” and “Google Assistant” your news is analyzed and adjusted to give you stories that matter to you. Happy stories! Bad news is filtered out or adjusted to make you feel good about even the worst of news.

On a happier note, the same programs are studying you and your behavior. They know everything there is to know about you and your loved ones. Where you go, what you buy, who you call on the phone, what doctor you see and what he says about your health, how much money you have in the bank and to top it off they know what your dreams are and what you wish for.

This all has something to do with Quantum Entanglement or some kind of crap like Einstein thought about. If you want to know more about that kind of stuff you will have to ask Terry Vender who works for the City of Winters California. He says that when pairs of photons emerge from an atom they can communicate at a rate faster than the speed of light!

Ain’t that good news?


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