RIP Gregg Allman

MICROSOFT TRANSLATOR

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Monday, February 27, 2012

The Imminent Construction Project Begins Outside TI Home

Oh look! Its the inevitable construction project outside the TI's house or on their street!


This was NOT here yesterday.

Beauty of this is that no project can get near my bedroom for a noise camapign anyway.


Fuckin joke. I was actually warned about this a day or two ago. I had a vision and just knew it was going to happen. But even if I didn't this is what typically occurs.


However with the tech in this house being heavy and that dark depressive energy over this ghetto area, the construction project is actually a diversion from that...at least dissipating that dark cloud that hangs over this horrid neighborhood.


Ha ha they screwed up....


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've got my wireless router downstairs. I also have a lot of electronic stuff down there. I've noticed that I'm getting induced voltages that are very small yet fluctuating wildly with my tester and the leads aren't connected to anything. Of course, this means the cells in your body can get induced voltages and currents too, that aren't supposed to be there. I generally don't spend a lot of time down there, so it's not a big deal to leave it on. The signal levels are real strong though, and this is an older router (7 years old). So I know a newer router will have even higher amplitudes of electromagnetic radiation.

AJH said...

Yes, they start building construction near me too. I moved to a new town, and within two weeks they have cleared a lot and begun a multi-home building. It is about 120' from my room, and I pass by the construction each weekday on my way to Viticulture class. Funny how that happens to more than one TI.