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Sign. Seaside, Oregon. September, 1941

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  • Mike Austin March 19, 2022, 1:43 PM

    And just 4 months later…

  • Dirk March 19, 2022, 2:34 PM

    Lol, my son, daughter in law and Grand boys are right now in Sea Side OREGON at a BRBO.

    • gwbnyc March 19, 2022, 2:46 PM

      -it’s one of Van D’s synchronistic posts.

  • gwbnyc March 19, 2022, 2:41 PM

    **that is a beautifully exposed and printed foto. exquisite. find other of his work at shorpy.**

    Medium format acetate negative by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration


    “Lee started working as a chemist, but gave up the position to become a painter. Originally he used photography as a precursor to his painting, but soon became interested in photography for its own sake. He recorded the people and places around him. Among his earliest subjects were Pennsylvanian bootleg mining and the Father Divine cult.”

    -as luck would have it, I was emailing a lifelong friend today whose grandfather had a bootleg mine near Berlin, Pennsylvania. visited it once.

  • Tom Hyland March 19, 2022, 2:52 PM

    Lots of folks going everywhere. Attempting to avoid the chaos. I’ve got friends who’ve picked up everything and landed in Mexico. I’ve been mugged down there and I don’t have a warm fuzzy feeling for the place. Badges? We don’t need no stinking badges. And it’s usually the cops mugging you. The Deagel website is like porn for military industrialists. They came up with a very extensive list, predictions for the rise and fall of nations’ populations and GDP. Deagel said in 2017 that the US had 316, 440,000 population and in 2025 it will be 99,553,100. Mexico was at 118,820,000 and will grow to 124,717,280 by 2025. The US at only 99 million might actually be pretty nice! Check it out for yourself and tell me what you think. https://nobulart.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Deagel-2025-Forecast-by-Country.pdf

    • ghostsniper March 19, 2022, 7:20 PM

      How is the US population going to drop that far, that fast?

      • Tom Hyland March 19, 2022, 7:40 PM

        My guess… just from what I’m hearing and reading of real reports… looks like the vaxx is going to take out an enormous measure of humanity. That’s what these freakish concoctions were designed to do, so what else could be the answer to your question? Max Igan fled Australia a few months back and landed, in exile, for now, in Mexico. He’s posted 9 pages of side effects that Pfizer themselves have declared. Max opens the video with the purposely designed flooding in Australia that’s evacuating everyone to the recently built internment camps. Then he gets to what Pfizer has designed. He closes out with the bandits of Mexico that are holding his guitar in ransom for 43,000 pesos. That’s $2,200 US. They don’t need no stinking badges.

        • Jack March 20, 2022, 4:07 PM

          Interesting posts and I looked at all of it. Question: Who or what is Deagle and how does he fit in to the interpretation of things?

          • Tom Hyland March 20, 2022, 5:02 PM

            As I mentioned earlier, Deagel is an information center for all things of industrial-military complexity. If you’re an arms dealer or manufacturer then Deagel is your home page every time you flip on the computer. Check it out. https://www.deagel.com/

            Here’s another Deagel compilation of countries destined for doom… or extreme shrinkage.

            • Jack March 20, 2022, 5:15 PM

              I’ve never heard of him but that doesn’t mean anything. How does he arrive at his predictions regarding these population decimations and blaming all of it on the shots?

              • Tom Hyland March 20, 2022, 8:55 PM

                Deagel isn’t blaming it on the shots. I am. If you read the second article Deagel says most of the deaths are contributed to suicide. They don’t say what causes this final action. My opinion… getting vaxxed is suicide. Here’s good advise… definitely a good bumper sticker…”Lemmings run fast… stand out of the way.”

            • Vanderleun March 21, 2022, 9:14 AM

              SORRY, but at deagel.com I fail to find the referenced charts from 2025 showing that decline. I can find the chart showing status as of 2022 but none beyond that. Can you please locate them at deagel.com? Thanks.

              • Tom Hyland March 21, 2022, 12:55 PM

                From what I read elsewhere Gerard, this was several months back, Deagel removed their population decline predictions when suddenly these numbers became a very curious attraction. I just looked and yes, their website currently halts at 2022. That link I provided above from astediscovery.com provides screen shots from when Deagel still had this on their website.

  • Tom Hyland March 19, 2022, 3:18 PM

    Tom Luongo has written a brilliant observation of the saber-rattling the US clowns in Congress and the White House have been exercising. And this is a keen description of Putin’s strategy and frame of mind.https://tomluongo.me/2022/03/18/putin-destined-to-hang-or-drown/

    • Terry March 19, 2022, 5:23 PM

      Tom, thank you for posting that piece. Very insightful indeed. It helps solidify other essays that are appearing of late.

  • Stephen Barron March 19, 2022, 5:01 PM

    Once again I become convinced I’m living in a simulation. Only yesterday Seaside OR came up on a kiteboarding forum I frequent. The topic was access to big waves from the shore, similar to what happens in Hawaii for Jaws or the outer reefs on the North Shore. Seaside came up as one of the most “local” surf spots anywhere. Outsiders are not welcome and often confronted with violence, at least if they are surfers.

    • Terry March 19, 2022, 5:53 PM

      “Outsiders are not welcome and often confronted with violence, at least if they are surfers.”

      That is possibly due to a shortage of attractive women. Outside competition. I experienced a hostile welcome at Santa Cruz Beach in California way back until they realized I was with the girl they all longed for. One of the best female surfer girls on the west coast. And a real looker in every detail. The characters did not wish their bad side be exposed in front of Lori. Thank you dearest Lori for your ever wonderful memories.

    • jwm March 19, 2022, 6:20 PM

      Speaking as a former surfer, here. Localism has been a plague on the game since forever, and surfers have always been died in the wool assholes. Oregon surfers are the assholes of all assholes. Picture your typical save Gaia progressive: smug, totally hippier than thou, and now morphed into antifa in a wetsuit. They can all drown or get eaten by sharks, and the world would be a better place for it.


      • Dirk March 21, 2022, 10:55 AM

        Lol, lol. Casey I spit my coffee up, the truth hurts, often. Oregon surfers are posers, however this OREGON Coast is boogie board heaven.

        Last time I was on a board was off of Big River, Mendocino Ca. Froze my nuts off.

  • Sam L. March 19, 2022, 5:01 PM

    They got that wrong, but they were certain that nobody would coming to them to harsh their mellow…
    I’ve lived near there, for 5 years… It’s been pretty peaceful.

  • HisSelfRighteousObnoxiousnssDaTurdOfHisName March 19, 2022, 6:59 PM

    Well the Gold-thieving Cripple and his Dyke of a ‘Wife’ had other plans.

    Poor bloody Charles Lindbergh.

  • anonymous March 20, 2022, 9:40 AM

    Two things:
    1. Let us not forget that Oregon was one of the earliest and most dedicated bastions of socialism/communism in this country–no war for those jerks. I have spent most of my life driving on California and also Seattle freeways. Since then have moved out to a newly desirable destination in the acricultural west. As soon as they move in they get a local license plate. Guess what? I can still tell if they are from OR–they are so damn slow to assess the situation on the road, or at the intersection! It seems their schools have not been working on eye/hand co-ordination. They have not concept that the sweetest thing they could do for their fellow woman on the highway is to get out of the dang way!
    Two: We should all feel safe. It is not necessary to worry about war, or the Ukraine, rather our congress spent this week worrying about which African hairstyles should be allowed in the workplace! Yeah–baby, we are good!

    • tired dog March 21, 2022, 6:37 AM

      🙂 Yep, our CONgresscritters move to memorialize adornments such as SJL’s execrable crowning weave. And forget not the efforts in the other chamber to ‘protect daylight’ by mandating DST forever.
      Give me standard time or give me beer.

  • KCK March 20, 2022, 12:57 PM

    Story told to me first hand by a WWII veteran. He was living in Oregon in the early part of the war. A transport ship beached in a storm, and the locals, most living hand to mouth, ransacked it and picked all the canned food and freight from it like a flock of vultures! Peaceful Oregon Coastals, indeed.

  • Dirk March 21, 2022, 10:46 AM

    Can’t speak to the east coast, but here on the left coast, Spring Break started last Thursday/ Fri. Good luck finding a camping space anywhere on the OREGON coast. While cool here in the mountains, it’s sweat shirt weather.

    Wife’s been purchasing me different weights of “ Carhartt” hooded sweatshirts, in earth tones.

    • ghostsniper March 21, 2022, 2:34 PM

      Don’t need the hood, but I’ve been wearing Carhartt T’s, long and short, for many years. They hold up pretty good but sometimes have strange sizing. Yes, low level colors all the time.