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A Lot Of Overpriced Homes On The Market And They Are Sitting

It’s Friday desk clearing time for this blogger. “The September Realtor.com report stated: ‘August [2021] housing data shows early signs of sellers beginning to compete for buyers … As inventory and new listings continued to improve in August, the rate of sellers making price adjustments has begun to approach more normal levels.’ In the above quote, price ‘adjustments’ refers to reductions. It seems that many sellers across the U.S. are now starting to lower their prices, partly in response to more homes coming onto the market.”

“For many months now, home sellers in the U.S. have pretty much had their way in terms of pricing and negotiations. They could pick a price out of the clear blue sky and have buyers lining up to pay it. That now appears to be changing in some housing markets across the country. And inventory growth has a lot to do with it.”

“Johnston County has been home to one of the hottest housing markets in the state these past 18 months, but there are signs the local market might be cooling off, according to Zillowwhich shows buyers might finally be getting a break in what has been a historic seller’s market. ‘One thing we are seeing are signs that inventory is starting to pick up,’ said Nicole Bachaud, an economic data analyst. She said that ‘indicates new inventory is coming onto the market, there’s going to be a little less competition and things are going to shift a little bit more in favor of buyers.'”

“Homebuilders are playing catch up, and there’s been a lot of activity recently in Johnston County. Raleigh-based Greenfield Communities is planning 850 new homes near Wilson’s Mills, and a local development group is looking to sell nearly 500 acres that could one day be home to nearly 2,000 homes in Smithfield.”

“Real estate agent Keri Craig says things have cooled down over the last few months in Twin Falls. ‘Everything is staying pretty steady, buyers are buying, more houses are coming on the market, so that’s helping with the pricing as well,’ said Craig.”

“Spokane County‘s red-hot housing market is showing signs of a fall cooldown as the median price in August dropped to $389,728 from a record-breaking $395,000 in July. The county had 374 homes available on the market in July. Spokane County had 479 homes available on the market in August. New home listings in Spokane County rose to 916 last month.”

“Making the winning offer on a home in the current hyper-competitive real estate market in DFW requires the guidance of a leading expert, like the ones at Allie Beth Allman & Associates. In today’s wild housing market, does it really matter how you price your home? Pricing is always key. Lately, I’ve seen a lot of overpriced homes on the market and they are sitting.”

“With tax revenues plunging and businesses struggling to stay afloat, Palo Alto’s elected leaders agree that they will need plenty of help to reverse the trend and restore prosperity. There is little consensus, however, on what exactly should be done. Council members will also consider a staff recommendation to hire an economic coordinator, a position that will cost between $245,000 and $290,000, according to the department. ‘It’s not that I don’t think we should have someone on staff,’ said council member Alison Cormack. ‘It’s that we don’t have the ongoing money today.'”

“When Kushner Companies paid $36.5 million for six law school dorms, it seemed like a savvy deal. The Brooklyn Law School portfolio had been listed for more than $41 million and two purchasers offered that price, but after the transactions fell through, Kushner swooped in and picked it up at a discount in 2014. The multifamily developer planned to turn three of the properties into luxury single-family homes and keep the remaining three as multifamily rentals.”

“Although Kushner sold the three townhomes for $27 million altogether, or $7.25 million more than it paid, that does not account for renovation costs that surely ran into the millions, not to mention transfer taxes and other closing costs, plus property taxes and interest as the homes went unsold for a combined 13 years. After six years, four deep price cuts and one lawsuit, the developer has brought in just over $33 million across four transactions.”

“249 Hodgson Dr., Newmarket, Ont. This raised bungalow had some more upgrades than a neighbouring property that sold for $1.25-million this spring, so it was priced under $900,000 to draw out buyers this summer. However, offers were inadequate, so it was relisted for $949,000. The sellers reviewed two more proposals and took the one at $917,000. ‘A few doors down, one house sold for $1.25-million basically on the last day in April, so that was the best sale on the street for quite a while,’ said agent Lucais Shepherd. ‘We were shooting for somewhere in that range, but the market went down a little bit this summer from the spring, and there was more inventory so that made more competition.'”

“John King from Andrew Scott Robertson in London: ‘As to be expected, a quieter period all round. Vendors still contemplating their options, with a number who’s confidence on values exceeds their knowledge of the market at present.'”

“Toowong real estate agent Gabrielle Trickey, who has witnessed properties selling recently for up to $300,000 over the asking price in Brisbane’s leafy western suburbs, said some buyers became aggressive and angry when told their offer was too low. ‘We are having people who are buying other houses just to make sure they have got a house before they come to an auction and then buy the house at auction and then have to crash the first contract. So just really erratic, irrational behaviour — very desperate, it is like they think there will never be another chance that they can purchase this house.'”

“Buyers’ Agent Brett Warren said buyers were compromising and doing things they would ordinarily not. ‘People are now making offers sight unseen and in many cases without actually inspecting the property. They are sometimes compromising and buying what we would call secondary properties in flood zones, on busy roads and railway lines. But then when they need to sell in a lesser market, they lose out.'”

“After receiving the keys to their houses, the smile on the buyers’ faces soon fade when they find themselves caught in the arduous process of getting the multiple defects in their homes rectified satisfactorily. Complaint One: ‘I received the keys to our home and to our dismay, the property had many defects, ranging from minor problems to major misalignments of the walls and beams. The developer is rectifying the minor defects but is not willing to align the walls or beams that have been placed improperly. How can I have the process for rectification expedited as we have paid in full and are still unable to occupy the house?'”

“Complaint Two: ‘The floor tiles in my apartment’s living room are not properly fixed. When one walks over them, they give a certain hollow sound. There are at least 30 floor tiles with this problem. Also, the edges where the walls and the tiles meet are not properly done. I have submitted a complaint form, but the developer has not done anything to rectify them. Now, it has been almost 12 months, and every time we call to ask about the repair work, they tell us they could not find the right colour tiles. We are told that the only alternative is for us to change all the tiles with the developer only bearing the cost of workmanship!'”

“Shares in the embattled Chinese property giant Evergrande have slumped again after two credit downgrades in as many days amid concerns that it will default on parts of its massive $300bn debt pile. Evergrande, which is one of the world’s most indebted companies, has seen its shares tumble 75% this year. The online market trading platform IG said Evergrande posed ‘a risk of contagion’ after Bloomberg reported that Credit Suisse and Citibank were no longer accepting the bonds of another highly indebted Chinese property developer, Fantasia, as collateral.”

“The firm has struggled to service its debts and a crackdown on the property sector by Beijing has made it even harder to raise cash, fuelling concerns it will go bankrupt. The value of new home sales has fallen 20% in China since the peak in the first three months of this year, and the value of land sales are also sharply down. Along with Beijing’s tougher regulation, these factors have made it much harder for Evergrande to dispose of unsold properties even with huge discounts.”

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  1. ‘For many months now, home sellers in the U.S. have pretty much had their way in terms of pricing and negotiations. They could pick a price out of the clear blue sky and have buyers lining up to pay it. That now appears to be changing’

    Gosh, I hope no one overpaid in such an environment…

    1. Nah, once you reach new highs in any asset class, there’s a reaction by the FED to maintain those highs at any and all costs, up to and including the total destruction of the country.

      1. The fed pushed it to those highs.
        How many trillions of dollars does it take to buy a loaf of bread in Zimbabwe now? So manny that merchants demand gold not paper for bread. Quantitive Easing did that.

  2. ‘This raised bungalow had some more upgrades than a neighbouring property that sold for $1.25-million this spring…The sellers reviewed two more proposals and took the one at $917,000. ‘A few doors down, one house sold for $1.25-million basically on the last day in April, so that was the best sale on the street for quite a while…We were shooting for somewhere in that range, but the market went down a little bit this summer from the spring’

    So a better shack fetched 300k less and that’s a little?

    1. “raised bungalow”

      A million bucks for a raised ranch… the second-worst design for a single-family house ever invented. (The worst is one where you go in a door and you have to go up a full flight of stairs to reach the living area. I’ve seen this design built into a hillly lot.)

  3. ‘The value of new home sales has fallen 20% in China since the peak in the first three months of this year, and the value of land sales are also sharply down’

    Is that a lot?

    ‘Along with Beijing’s tougher regulation, these factors have made it much harder for Evergrande to dispose of unsold properties even with huge discounts’

    And that does what to the springs buyers?

  4. ‘I’ve seen a lot of overpriced homes on the market and they are sitting’

    This is a paid ad. Seems Allie Beth has some Mercedes payments to make.

  5. ‘The county had 374 homes available on the market in July. Spokane County had 479 homes available on the market in August. New home listings in Spokane County rose to 916 last month’

    Harry Potter: “And more shacks there, and there and there!”

  6. Be the leaderless resistance.

    Become ungovernable 🙂

    Remember, anyone talking about or promoting “groups” and violence is a Fed.

    We are eighty million Lone Wolves, and the day of the rope is coming soon, globalists…

      1. Nigeria has announced it’s citizens will no longer be able to visit Churches or Mosques

        I’m sure Boko Haram is just fine with that and will comply.

      2. I call “mostly BS” on Rob Malone in that Twitter thread. Rob Malone thinks that this is being orchestrated by Pfizer, who is pushing the vaccine. Yes, Pfizer is approved in Nigeria. However, a couple more points on vaccines in Nigeria:

        ~Nigeria has a population of 200 million; lots of vaccine hesitancy.
        ~Took 4 million doses of Pfizer in July.
        ~Nigeria has 1.4 million fully vaxxed, 2.9 million partial vax (most were probably those Pfizer doses).
        ~Took delivery of 7.7 million doses of Sinopharm; not sure if they will use them.
        ~Took 600,000 doses of AZ from Britain.
        ~Is expecting “tens of millions” of doses of J&J in the coming months.

        2 million vaccinated with Pfizer, out of a population of 200 million, does not a monopoly make. Especially when “tens of millions” are about to be given the one-and-done from J&J. Sorry Rob, you need to present some better evidence.

        https://news.yahoo.com/nigeria-prioritising-four-covid-19-134252309.html
        https://www.pulse.ng/news/local/nigeria-to-receive-4-million-pfizer-covid-19-vaccine-next-month/ny998mx

        1. orchestrated by Pfizer

          Regulatory capture is very real. A former FDA commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, sits on Pfizer’s board. MSM fails to disclose that fact when he appears with them. James Smith, President and CEO of Thomson Reuters Corporation, also sits on Pfizer’s board. Pfizer also donates to the foundations for the NIH and CDC and sponsors a project with the AMA. DJT discussed Pfizer’s coziness with the FDA in an interview with Sean Hannity.

          Another commissioner, Stephan Hahn, just joined Flagship Pioneering, the VC group behind Moderna.

          Malone knows what he is talking about; this is his world. You however do not.

          1. Interlocking directorates, in which companies are linked by the directors that serve on their boards, appear to be the mechanism for the coordinated exercise of power we’re witnessing.

          2. My guess is that Nigeria is more interested in a one-shot vaccine sold at no profit than they are in who sits on whose board in the West.

        2. lots of vaccine hesitancy

          Pfizer Bribed Nigerian Officials in Fatal Drug Trial, Ex-Employee Claims

          The letter is by far the most detailed account yet from a Pfizer executive about what happened during Pfizer’s test of a meningitis drug on 200 children in 1996. Pfizer failed to get proper consent for the trial. Eleven kids died and the drug was eventually nixed for meningitis because it had a risk of complications. The events may have inspired the book and film, The Constant Gardener. Pfizer has attempted to do the right thing in recent years by settling a case brought by families affected by the test for $75 million, but it’s been stymied by local bureaucracy and corruption.

          1. Nigeria sues Pfizer for $7bn over ‘illegal’ tests on children

            Nigeria is demanding $7bn in damages from the US company for the families of children it says died or suffered serious side effects when the antibiotic Trovan was administered in the northern state of Kano during a meningitis outbreak in 1996. The Kano state government also has civil and criminal cases pending against Pfizer.

            The Nigerian authorities say that 200 children were part of the Trovan experiment without the approval of local regulatory authorities. They allege that as many as 11 died as a result of the treatment and others developed conditions including brain damage and paralysis.

  7. Luckily this could not ever happen here in the U.S. Unless the Chinese real estate correction turns into a pandemic, like COVID-19 did.

    “The value of new home sales has fallen 20% in China since the peak in the first three months of this year, and the value of land sales are also sharply down.”

    1. Luckily this could not ever happen here in the U.S.

      Tens of millions of people who listened to The Dear Leader’s “address” yesterday afternoon were disabused of any notion that tyranny could never happen here in ‘Murica, land of the not-so-free & home of the not-so-brave.

  8. ‘It’s that we don’t have the ongoing money today.’”

    Did Alison have to twist herself into a pretzel shape in order to get this out of her mouth?

  9. “….Complaint One: ….the property had many defects, ranging from minor problems to major misalignments of the walls and beams. The developer is rectifying the minor defects but is not willing to align the walls or beams that have been placed improperly…”

    Question One: (to buyer). Its never a good strategy to be stoned when doing your final walk thru. Or, did you even have a walk thru? Who signed off on the city inspection? Or, was their even a city inspector on site?

    But, no worries. You can always tear your place down and start over.

    Authors comment: Wonder from where builder hired their “craftsman”. On the corner at Home Depot?

    1. ….the property had many defects, ranging from minor problems to major misalignments of the walls and beams.

      Some illegal alien Guatemalan “craftsman” is losing sleep over this, I just know it.

      1. The developer should not pour a concrete “slab on grade” where clay or caliche are the predominate soil classification.

  10. A chart.

    https://images.app.goo.gl/dah76njEmW8eLDHh6

    While looking at the chart keep in mind that the rising PRICES paid for houses magically creates rising VALUES for the comps. These magically created “values” for the comps are interpreted as newly created wealth and is something that can be borrowed against and spent.

    Also keep in mind that the buyers of the houses do not actually need the money to make their purchases, they only need ACCESS to the money needed for the purchases. Also it is the most optimistic (and foolish) of the buyers who are willing to pay the highest prices and thus these are the (fools?) who create equity wealth for their neighbors.

    1. “…Also it is the most optimistic (and foolish) of the buyers who are willing to pay the highest prices and thus these are the (fools?) who create equity wealth for their neighbors….” [1]

      Go forth and [exponentially] multiply!

      Exponential HELOC opportunities for Mr. Banker!

      Be the first on your block to be millions in debt!

      [1] As the Saber tooth cat said at the La Brea tart pits: “I think I might of stepped into something”

    2. And keep in mind that the lenders for the houses do not actually need to have the [currency] money either. They loan hot air.

    1. ” This is why the academic happened.”

      IMHO, this is a really good article connecting a lot of the dots.
      The only thing I would add is that Monopolies are the destroyers of capitalism , and competition is destroyed for rigged markets by the Monopolies.
      In the US we haven’t had capitalism for a long time . A Oligarchy is closer to what we have been under.

  11. New Fed report shows homeowners’ equity is rising – The Washington Post
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/06/16/fed-home-equity-values/

    (snip)

    June 16, 2021 at 11:17 a.m. EDT

    “If you want evidence that U.S. houses are soaring in value, take a look at some new numbers from the Federal Reserve.

    “They show that the value of homeowners’ stakes in their homes rose by $2.65 trillion — 13 percent — from March last year through March this year; and the growth rate seems to be accelerating, not slowing down.

    “For this year’s first quarter, the Fed says that homeowners’ equity — the value of houses, less the debt on them — was up about $820 billion, or 3.7 percent. That works out to an annualized increase of about 15 percent.

    “The increase in the home equity number, from the Fed’s updated Financial Accounts of the United States report released last week, is pretty impressive.

    “And it’s pretty important, too, when you consider that home equity is the biggest single asset that millions of middle-class people own.”

    (snip)

    “Our numbers ran through year-end of 2020. The Fed’s first quarter 2021 update shows that homeowners’ wealth is continuing to grow nicely. Even though home equity is rising far more slowly than stocks are, it’s still adding substantially to our national wealth.

    “A major factor in the rise in home equity stems from the Fed forcing interest rates to ultralow levels. That, in turn, has produced ultralow interest rates on mortgages, which raises the prices of homes, which produces more equity for people who own their homes.”

    1. “…That, in turn, has produced ultralow interest rates on mortgages, which raises the prices of homes, which produces more equity for people who own their homes….”

      Major breaking news from the Washington Post: [Headline] The secret of the perpetual motion machine has finally been discovered.

    2. Home values [must] rise so that homeowners can borrow that equity so they can make their payments. It’s a virtuous circle!

    1. Well, if you watch a game, you’ll see that 90+% of the players are black, so it is kind of fitting. Of course, that will alienate non black viewers, but it has become obvious that the NFL doesn’t need a TV audience as its sponsors will pay full freight for advertising, regardless of how few watch.

      And the Dumver Bongos will crash and burn again, as the current reject QB du jour (Teddy what’s his name) will fail to produce results.

      1. So, OK then, where do you draw the line? Do the Mexican-Americans deserve an anthem? Muslim-Americans” There are many ethnic groups that have been discriminated against and treated poorly.

        1. I didn’t say anyone “deserves” their own anthem. As far as the NFL goes, it’s dead to me. They can fly rainbow and BLM flags for all I care.

        2. There is one anthem like there is one country. THAT is where you draw the line. Italian Americans. Irish Americans were treated badly too. Many other groups including Japanese Americans. But it’s animal farm, where some animals are more equal than others.

  12. Btw oil and nat gas prices up massively in the past year, heating that shitbox has become a lot more expensive. I realize grandma needs double sinks in the finished garage but hopefully she can wear multiple sweaters b/c we aren’t heating that room this year.

    1. Biden’s declaration of war….

      The comment section in that piece was great. I
      knew they were going to blame the unvaccinated .
      They already got high compliance by the high risk seniors in taking the jab.
      So, if the vaccinated are protected against the unvaccinated , than what’s the point in taking a failed vaccine.
      Fraudulent narratives and cover ups of adverse reactions to vaccine , trying to blame the unvaccinated.
      Just like Biden calling half the Country White racist terrorists, now its the unvaxxed.

      I have never witnessed a President of US attack so many US Citizens , acting like they were a forced to be in prison. He’s the treasonous terrorist, not 100 million citizens.

      1. Vox Day calls him “AntiPresident Biden”, a reference to the title given to those who usurped the Papacy (AntiPope).

        Next year’s midterms should be interesting, assuming they aren’t cancelled for “reasons”.

      1. The movie is good, but not faithful to the original graphic novel. Alan Moore, the author, had this to say about the movie:

        “[The movie] has been “turned into a Bush-era parable by people too timid to set a political satire in their own country. … It’s a thwarted and frustrated and largely impotent American liberal fantasy of someone with American liberal values standing up against a state run by neoconservatives – which is not what the comic V for Vendetta was about. It was about fascism, it was about anarchy, it was about England.”

  13. I was reading a review of Pfizer’s six month safety and efficacy study yesterday and thought I should share this important point:

    one of the big dodges common to these mRNA vaccine studies is to base efficacy ONLY on the period commencing 7 days after the second dose and ignoring the 3+ weeks in between. this one is no different. this is a slanted design.

    if vaccination itself poses risks (and it does) this is a very skewed way to assess overall risk experience. taking the vax is clearly a risk that must be experienced to get later benefits. therefore it warrants inclusion in cost/benefit calculations.

    In another piece looking at UK data, the same author writes:

    choosing to use only “fully vaccinated” counts with people 7 or 14 days post dose 2 strikes me as a dishonest accounting. there is a fair bit of evidence pointing to negative protection for vaccines post dose 1 before full immune gain a week or 2 after dose 2. whether this is neutropenia or some other issue remains an open question, but a danish study showed -100% VE in HCW’s in the 2 weeks post dose one and numerous others have shown similar effects.

    this seems to me to be an issue that must be included in “vaccinated” and calling it unvaccinated seems akin to saying “you’ll be safe from enemy bullets if you get into the bunker” but ignoring that you must run across a field of concentrated fire to get there.

    no one gets to “fully vaxxed” without passing though “partially vaxxed.” thus, i see no other fair accounting than to include partially vaxxed in the vaccinated counts. fortunately, unlike most places, the UK provides this data and so i was able to perform this aggregation.

    1. So, which vax has the fewest risks? The J&J, because it’s one dose? Or is it another?

      I know none of them provide any real protection. But if it comes down to either getting the jab or having to leave the country, which jab is less likely to kill me?

      1. “getting the jab”

        But you won’t be considered fully vaxxed unless you get semi annual boosters for the rest of your life. If you haven’t already, don’t start now.

        I’m looking forward to becoming status: unvaxxed in January when my first two clot shots expire.

        1. If you haven’t already, don’t start now.

          That could eventually mean either having to leave the country, or being moved into a concentration camp.

          1. And I am leaning towards leaving the country. I just want to see what the options are. I have heard little about the J&J vax, other than it was causing clotting in women.

            I know that for now, should the executive order not be struck down by the Supremes, that I can be tested weekly instead of getting the jab. A huge inconvenience, but preferable to the jab.

          2. That could eventually mean either having to leave the country, or being moved into a concentration camp.

            You’re sounding like a scared little girl. Snap out of it.

          3. You’re sounding like a scared little girl. Snap out of it.

            That’s useful advice. Just pretend everything is OK. Nevermind I could lose my livelyhood should I refuse the jab.

          4. good at playing the chicken game

            I have personal experience with the chicken game having battled pregnancy discrimination. You really need to know your opponent and where you’re willing to compromise.

          5. That’s useful advice. Just pretend everything is OK. Nevermind I could lose my livelyhood should I refuse the jab.

            You were talking about concentration camps and having to flee the country, not losing your job to the jab. Nice revision.

        1. I don’t remember exactly which video this was in, but Dr. McCulloch thought that J&J was the least harmful, because it was the most traditional(?). He didn’t say it wasn’t harmful at all; he said that it was the least harmful of the three.

          From an efficacy standpoint, all three vaccines are almost equal now. J&J started out with “poor” immunity of 72% for symptoms, but that immunity appears to hold up over time and against the Delta variant. Moderna fell to J&J’s level and Pfizer fell even further. However, there are suggestions that J&J improves with time, both in strength and against Delta. They are still looking at that.

          Dr. Campbell (the nurse PhD in Britain) suggested that people choose vaccines based on demographics. Young men should get J&J or Astra-Zeneca because young men are more susceptible to the heart inflammation caused by the mRNA vaccines. Young women should consider the mRNA vaccines because they are more susceptible to the blood clots from J&J or Astra-Zeneca. That said, it should be noted that the blood clots can be prevented by aspirating the needle on injection. So maybe J&J is the best all-purpose vaccine if you inject with aspiration.

          The jury is still out on whether a booster is needed for J&J. In their initial trials, J&J tested a two-shot initial regimen (three weeks apart) along with the one-shot regimen. The double-shot imparted a little more immune response than the single-shot regimen, but not enough to make two shots worthwhile. Then J&J tried giving a few test subjects a single booster 6 months after their one-shot. The booster shot improved immune response greatly in the in-vitro tests, but there’s some question whether that extra response is necessary. It’s possible that the one-shot provides enough immunity already and the booster was overkill. And since J&J wasn’t fading with time like Pfizer, it may not be necessary. The only reason to get a booster is to boost the immunity higher than 72%, which still might be not be necessary in healthy people. They’re still looking at that too.

          I can’t relate to the “toxic spike protein” argument. The virus itself has toxic spike proteins too, AND those spike proteins are attached to the rest of the RNA virus so it can replicate into even more toxic spike proteins. Redhead probably had more spike protein in her from getting COVID than I had from getting the vaccine, but she was rewarded with better immunity, presumably.

          1. The virus itself has toxic spike proteins too

            Which is why I wouldn’t attend a COVID party but rather plan ahead a response to an exposure, which is exactly what Joe Rogan did too.

          2. so it can replicate into even more toxic spike proteins

            Which is why antivirals like zinc and a zinc ionophore (e.g., HCQ, quercetin) are so crucial early on. Pfizer just dosed its first patient in a Phase 2/3 study of an oral antiviral candidate. I saw a comment in the last few days speculating that it’s a reformulation of ivermectin. I haven’t looked closely, but I wouldn’t be surprised.

          3. Not all clots can be prevented by aspiration. But the clots caused by the J&J and AZ vaccines can be prevented. Those specific clots arise from a reaction between platelets and adenovirus. If the needle is aspirated to prevent touching a blood vessel, then the adenovirus in the vaccine doesn’t touch blood or platelets and that particular clot is avoided.

            https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/other/is-faulty-injection-technique-behind-rare-clot-disorder-reported-post-covid-vaccination/ar-AALJ08S

          4. then the adenovirus in the vaccine doesn’t touch blood or platelets and that particular clot is avoided

            That assumes the jab stays localized; it doesn’t.

          5. The spike proteins in the virus — you know, that thingy that multiplies — cause blood clots too. Dr. Sehuelt (a real MD) at the Medcram channel went through this is detail in Update 96.

            I have already offered my comments on the toxicity of the spike protein.

      2. They all encode for the toxic spike protein. I wouldn’t take any one them. AFAIK, Moderna has roughly 3X the mRNA copies as Pfizer and J&J’s DNA version is more durable than the mRNA versions. I’m piecing this together from various things I’ve heard. I haven’t looked at any real comparisons because any jab is a hard no for me. oxide might have better comparison info. Final thoughts: I don’t trust Moderna given its history and Pfizer’s data looks rigged.

        1. Its ridicules taking these vaccines when you have highly effective meds.Effective meds should of banned EUA on these unsafe vaccines that you have to take booster after booster.

          I will never take the shot, and they will have to kill me. I will never give in to this medical fraud and weapon they are using for tyranny that has nothing to do with public health.

      3. It comes down to getting the jab or FIGHTING for the country.

        Do not submit. Do not comply.

        Personally, if I knew I had a fataldisease, id be doing some serious range time.

        And were all fatally infected with mortality anyway. These globalist villains push Much further and I will choose the lesser of two evils: giving up my children’s freedom and killing their hope or dying myself. The choice is clear to me.

  14. We joke here about people freezing in the dark. These people are doing their best to make sure it happens:

    https://coloradosun.com/2021/09/09/electrification-of-homes-for-climate-change/

    The engineers and climate science enthusiasts living in Arvada’s Geos homes are famously in control of everything in their 28-home neighborhood.

    They can tell you that when it’s 20 degrees outside, an efficient exchanger can transfer 90% of the indoor air’s existing heat energy to incoming fresh air. They can tell you how far their homes need to be spaced apart to capture the optimal sun angle to save a third of annual energy costs through window positioning alone. They can tell you at any moment the level of carbon dioxide trapped in their super-efficient, air-tight homes down to the parts per million, and import more fresh air with the click of a button.

    What’s driving this meticulous community nuts is that they can’t control much of anything beyond their sidewalk.

    It’s always about controlling what others do, isn’t it?

    The current residents are furious at this perceived breach of their careful community plan, and are appealing to local and state politicians to stop what they see as an assault on their principles and a grand experiment to demonstrate healthier communities. They note, for example, that cities including Denver plan to block natural gas connections in new home construction in just over two years from now.

    So, legacy homes with nat gas hook ups are going to become more valuable in Dumver (until it’s banned). And no word on how the electricity to heat homes will be generated. Sounds to me like people will be freezing in the dark, especially since daylight hours to generate solar are greatly diminished in the winter,

  15. A recent review of the obligatory deaf-signers present at all televised political speeches by politicians, for the benefit of the .003 percent of viewers who are deaf, indicates that 92% of the time these signers were actually communicating “Realtors are liars.”

      1. Remember…. as a noted economist stated so eloquently, “Nothing accelerates the economy and creates jobs like falling prices to dramatically lower and more affordable levels. Nothing.”

        He’s right.

        Tampa, FL Housing Prices Crater 11% As Florida Housing Prices Drop Like A Rock

  16. If the vaccine is so critical why is Congress, staff and judges exempt?

    Shouldn’t they lead by example?

    1. Legally, I believe Biden has executive power over only the Executive Branch and the military. Those are the Legislative and Judicial branches. As for leading by example, I don’t know how many of them are vaxxed.

  17. Isn’t this outrageous that we have been battered by this rigged election and all the medical fraud and tyranny that its bulldozing people into a compromise with evil.
    No, you don’t compromise with evil. That’s what evil wants, than they up the evil until you don’t even recognize yourself anymore.

    Under threat of job loss, let them fire you.
    Right now I’m probably going to be denied medical care in California if I don’t take the jab. As a older person, this is pretty scary, but so be it, I still won’t take the jab.
    I have loss money in my life by leaving jobs that wanted me to compromise my morals. But employers making you take a questionable vaccine is a outrageous attack on your right to have a job without this this threat.
    Look at how these evildoers have compromised the entire Medical system with their extortion and bribery to collude with the narratives.
    If you have this level of corruption , compromising with it will only come back and jabs you worse.
    I know its extremely difficult to drawn a line and suffer whatever consequences results. But , the alternative of the bit by bit compromise to a evil that knows no bounds , is worse. Its war really .

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