Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Is The Liberty Center a Future FEMA Concentration Camp ?

This article suggests that malls being built today all seem to resemble FEMA concentration camps. Could the suburban Liberty Center, a so called 'mixed use' facility be part of this plot?
As malls are dying like bees, a new one, especially such a huge one, could easily be suspected of being potential prison. The thrice failed Forest Fair / Cincinnati Mills / Cincinnati Mall, even looks like a prison. It's new name, Forest Fair Village sounds more like a place to live than a shopping facility. Could it's latest owner be a FEMA front?
A prison called 'Liberty' sounds like typical 1984 style double-speak and would fit right in with the FEMA agenda of mass enslavement.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Let's make the Cincinnati Subway a park !


This Kickstrter (looking for a new kick) wants to turn an abandoned section of the New Your Subway into an underground park.
Sounds kind of cool & unworldly. Kinda sounds like the underground city in the movie, A Boy and his Dog.
If this works in NY, maybe it's something we could replicate in some of the northern tunnels of the abandoned Cincinnati Subway, maybe under the "protected" bike path.
It would be a good use of utilizing space. Normally people build up but we could take advantage of the tunnels and build down.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

End of the Internet

On June 30th, the internet will fail & the Rapture will be delayed as we move back in time and the Earth's rotation slowly grinds to a halt.
Well, that's one way to thwart the robots.
and zombies
and reptilian insectoid shape shifters
and John Cranley

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Predator - The Dark Ages

A fun fan fiction short pitting Templar knights against the Predator.
I really hoped...
Well, that would be a spoiler.
Why can't Follywood pull off cool shit like this? oh yeah, accountants.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Marie Laveau on The New $10

The treasury is redesigning the $10 bill and they have decided to put a woman on it.
I believe they should use Marie Laveau, the 19th century Vodou priestess who nursed the sick & ministered the criminals in jail and at the gallows.
She also had a good deal of influence on the rich & powerful for whom she worked as a hairdresser.
Back me up on this my minions!

Find out more at #TheNew10

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Using the Village

After the Cincinnati city manager told the chief of police to come up with a 90 day plan to reduce street violence and after the Cincinnati city manager stated no 90 day plan would ever work some changes have been made to the plan.
Specifically, drop off centers for curfew violators were originally going to be a couple churches in Walnut Hills & South Cumminsville but that has changed to city recreation centers in Avondale & Northside (Northside also has a needle exchange center).
The clergy is still supposed to be involved but somebody thought bland government rec centers would avoid sending a wrong message that a place of spiritual growth might send.
As churches continue to lose population & close, we are losing what has traditionally been an asset to the community. Here we had an opportunity to use the assets, both human & real estate, the way they were intended. Hopefully we can still use the human part but the combo of the ministry & house would be more powerful than ministry & government facility.
ALSO - Wouldn't the Crossroads shelter in the West End have been a better spot? It's already a 24 hour facility. It was a PITA just to get McKie open on a Sunday afternoon for a community event. Now it's going to be open 24/7?