#28 Sorting Control Savvy

Happy New Year! In the tradition of new beginnings, I am in the process of organizing my blog into a website, controlsavvy.com. I am new at this, so I apologize for any and all weirdnesses. For example, I don’t know why each post now has two copies of the same picture at the top of... Continue Reading →

#27 Big Fat Santa Lie

Santa Line-up 'Tis the season to be jolly and there are Santas everywhere. Every single one of them is a Big Fat Lie. I believed in Santa Claus until I was about five years old. That was when an older cousin informed me that Santa wasn’t real. I was sure that he was teasing. Hadn’t... Continue Reading →

#26 Defending Corona V. Monster: Finances

Testing and Tracking Corona V. Monster Finances Working Group Report We have been asked to share all the information we can find about the financial aspect of the PCR molecular tests, so here goes… According to the “New York State Department of Health Covid-19 Tracker”, 82,057,636 (eighty-two million, fifty-seven thousand, six hundred and thirty-six) people... Continue Reading →

#24 COVID Detective Story

Covid cases, hospitalizations, and deaths by age. Feb 2020 to Sept. 2021 We have been chosen to serve on the defense team of Corona V. Monster, accused of breaking and entering into the bodies of 1,051,361 New Yorkers (Citywide Case Count) with the intention of enslaving their cells and forcing them to produce viral spawn... Continue Reading →

#23 COVID Comic Book Reality

Beowulf and the Dragon At the beginning of 2020, humanity was attacked by a Super Villain Virus. A Monster Virus infected one person after another, jumping from host to host, killing or maiming everyone it touched. There was no defense against it. The Super Villain was everywhere—in the air, on every surface, inside loved-ones as... Continue Reading →

#22 Can Vs Should

https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/doh/downloads/pdf/covid/posters/who-can-receive-covid-19-vaccine.pdf Throughout the five boroughs of New York City, you can find this sign posted inside buildings. The title reads, “Who Can Receive a COVID-19 Vaccine?” The NYC Health Department provides the answer to its own question—Everybody, 12 years or older, except those who are severely allergic to the vaccine itself, can receive the vaccine.... Continue Reading →

# 21 Vaxed Vs Unvaxed

There have been no long-term COVID-19 Vaccine safety trials. Without data, it is impossible to make an informed decision about getting vaccinated. Will there be future health problems for vaccinated people and their children? What is a long-term safety trial? What should we expect to see? Here’s an example. Take one thousand mice—500 males and... Continue Reading →

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