If you live in California, or have been following the news, then you know that the entire western part of the United States is on fire…again. Yes, back in 2015 we thought that the fires burning through small towns … Continue reading DEW Fires
*DISCLAIMER* The following article will be peppered with profanity. I am pretty disgusted so I am just going to dive right on in and get to the matter at hand. For the second time in as many years the … Continue reading L.A. versus the Lake?
So, many of you may have heard about the recent Lake County fire. As some of you may remember from last year’s coverage of the Rocky Fire, Jerusalem Fire and Valley Fire in Lake County, CA, I live up in … Continue reading A Community Devestated and Outraged
The topic of this post is not a conspiracy theory. This is a factual, annual event. I included it in this series, however, because the gathering itself has a certain creep factor and secrecy that delegates it to the Rabbit … Continue reading Down The Rabbit Hole – Pt. 9 – Bohemian Grove
In case it has escaped anyone’s notice, California is in the midst of an apocalyptic drought. <yes..that was some awful thick sarcasm.
The picture at the top of this post shows Lake Mendocino, and you can see the problem. We are going to be going into our fifth year of drought soon, unless this El Nino system all the weather people keep talking about actually happens. Lakes all over the state are drying up, many much worse than Mendocino. Continue reading “California: Just Getting Worse”
This post can be taken as a word of advice to the wise on how not to behave during a local disaster. This post was prompted by the behavior of certain people and organizations during the Valley Fire here in Northern California, specifically Lake, Napa and Sonoma counties. Continue reading “What NOT To Do During A Local Crisis”
Something is not allowing me to continue updating the previous Firepocalypse post, so I am going to continue Fire updates in this new post. Update: 9-17-2015 The Valley Fire has now burned 73,700 acres, with containment holding at about 35%. … Continue reading Firepocalypse: Part 2