Richard Craver

Thoughts, Musings And The Occasional Rant

About The Chicken Shortage

Written By: richardwcraver - Aug• 31•21

If you like chicken wings, chicken sandwiches or even the lowly McNugget, which is made of chicken particles; you have undoubtedly become aware of a shortage of chicken.

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Gandalf Turns 300K

Written By: richardwcraver - Jul• 24•21

Gandalf The Grey turned 300,000 today. (more…)

Pfizer Vaccine Causes Kidney Stones

Written By: richardwcraver - Apr• 19•21

Yes that’s right, the Pfizer vaccine causes kidney stones. How can I make such a claim? Empirical data!

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Stick A Fork In It, It’s Done

Written By: richardwcraver - Jan• 07•21

The United States has ceased to exist. It’s done, gone; go ahead, wipe and flush.

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The Wuhan Flu Arrived Here

Written By: richardwcraver - Dec• 14•20

The Wuhan flu finally arrived at our house. And yes I know it’s not an influenza, but it did come from Wuhan China and I’ll call it what I want. (more…)

It’s 2000 All Over Again

Written By: richardwcraver - Nov• 21•20

People my daughter’s age will scarcely remember the election debacle of 2000 when Al Gore challenged the vote count in Florida. What ensued was two months of partial recounts and haggling over the punches, called chads, on ballots. (more…)

I Choose Essential Liberty

Written By: richardwcraver - Aug• 17•20

How much longer can states hold their citizens captive until something explodes?

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Wisdom For Every Man and Woman

Written By: richardwcraver - Jun• 15•20

I’ve remained silent, at least publicly…mostly, about my thoughts on the shutdown of the country in recent months due to the Wuhan virus.

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Five Years Since Methuselah’s Passing

Written By: richardwcraver - Apr• 21•20

Google reminded me this morning that 5 years ago today I created an album called Wreck.

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It Finally Happened

Written By: richardwcraver - Apr• 19•20

Up until this week of the Wuhan saga, I’ve managed to keep working. We all got a nervous feeling last Monday when a co-worker in the next department called out with 102°F fever.

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