Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
When I came back to work, I could not for the life of me remember my passwords. I called our help desk and gave the appropriate information to get back to working.
Now, all of a sudden, I remember my passwords and keep accidentally inputting the old ones.
This must be a symptom of the word that kills my page search rankings when I put it in my posts.
Seriously, I got a vaccination. They paid me 500 bucks to take it, so I was a good little lab rat, got sick on the second dose and tested positive between shots. I am wary of a booster after that second shot.
While I chose to take a vaccination,
I will choose to keep microchips out of my skin.
I was reading an Insider article that stated,
“I am convinced that this technology is here to stay and we will think it nothing strange to have an implant in their hand,” Sjoblad told the BBC in 2014, saying he hoped to get 1,000, then 10,000 people on board with the program.”
You can read it here if you want to form your own conclusions on the matter.
I spoke with a coworker about this and he wanted to know my reasoning. I informed him that it was just too close to Biblical prophecy for comfort and I would draw a line here even if it meant it would be hard to feed my family.
He was perplexed by my sentiment. I think it will be rather easy to influence folks to put a microchip in their hands. While I find value in the appropriate use of medicine and vaccines,
I most certainly do not wish to have any microchip in my body.