Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Famous and Not So Famous Coffee Quotes and Coffee Sayings


Tom Bunnell Notes:  -- 

We think we just like it and that we are willingly addicted to it

A simple basic thing.

We think of it is harmless.

A good thing. 

We have no idea.. 

My Discovery a Complete Unknown
When Nancy Astor said to Winston Churchill, “If I were your wife I would put poison in your coffee,” his reply was, “If I were your husband I would drink it.”
Ernest Hemingway wrote, “It was a pleasant cafe, warm and clean and friendly, and I hung up my old water-proof on the coat rack to dry and put my worn and weathered felt hat on the rack above the bench and ordered a cafe au lait. The waiter brought it and I took out a notebook from the pocket of the coat and a pencil and started to write.”

It was Talleyrand (1754-1839) who wrote that, “Suave molecules of Mocha stir up your blood, without causing excess heat; the organ of thought receives from it a feeling of sympathy; work becomes easier and you will sit down without distress to your principal repast which will restore your body and afford you a calm, delicious night. It was Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880) who said that “Coffee: Induces wit. Good only if it comes through Havre. After a big dinner party it is taken standing up. Take it without sugar - very swank: gives the impression you have lived in the East.”
Edward VII (1841-1910) said “You can tell when you have crossed the frontier into Germany because of the badness of the coffee.”
Erma Bombeck said that “Making coffee has become the great compromise of the decade. It’s the only thing “real” men do that doesn’t seem to threaten their masculinity. To women, it’s on the same domestic entry level as putting the spring back into the toilet-tissue holder or taking a chicken out of the freezer to thaw.”
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand (1754-1838) said of coffee, “Black as the devil, hot as hell, pure as an angel, sweet as love.”
An old Dutch saying proclaims that “Coffee has two virtues: it is wet and warm.”
In CasablancaIngrid Bergman says, “Thank you for your coffee, seignor. I shall miss that when we leave Casablanca.”
Turkish proverb states, “Coffee and tobacco are complete repose.”
A studious worker once commented, “I am very efficient at work. In fact, I have never once missed a coffeebreak.”
In The Physiology of Taste Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826) stated, “Liqueurs were not lacking; but the coffee especially deserves mention. It was as clear as crystal, aromatic and wonderfully hot; but, above all, it was not handed around in those wretched vessels called cups on the left banks of the Seine, but in beautiful and capacious bowls, into which the thick lips of the reverend fathers plunged, engulfing the refreshing beverage with a noise that would have done honor to sperm-whales before a storm.”
Anonymous Quote: “I make lousy coffee. That’s why I put bourbon in it.”
Television show host David Letterman stated, “Way too much coffee. But if it weren’t for the coffee, I’d have no identifiable personality whatsoever.”
A July 20, 1969 broadcast to the Johnson Space Center from Apollo 11’s LEM “Eagle” said, “If you’ll excuse me a minute, I’m going to have a cup of coffee.”
Sheik Abd al-Qadir stated that, “No one can understand the truth until he drinks of coffee’s frothy goodness.
Anonymous Quote: “Decaffeinated coffee is the devil’s blend.”
German proverb states that, “Coffee and love are best when they are hot.”
Anonymous Quote: “Conscience keeps more people awake than coffee.”
In A Tramp AbroadMark Twain noted that, “The average American’s simplest and commonest form of breakfast consists of coffee and beefsteak.”
Anonymous Quote: “A cup of gourmet coffee shared with a friend is happiness tasted and time well spent.”
It was Sir James Mackintosh who said that, “The powers of a man’s mind are directly proportioned to the quantity of coffee he drinks.”
Napoleon Bonaparte said, “Strong coffee, much strong coffee, is what awakens me. Coffee gives me warmth, waking, an unusual force and a pain that is not without very great pleasure.”
An avid coffee drinker once complained, “There’s too much blood in my caffeine system!”
Anonymous Quote: “Everybody should believe in something. I believe I’ll have another cup of premium gourmet coffee.”
Overheard in a coffeehouse: “If you want instant coffee, you’ll have to wait.”
Benjamin Franklin stated that, “Among the numerous luxuries of the table…coffee may be considered as one of the most valuable. It excites cheerfulness without intoxication; and the pleasing flow of spirits which it occasions…is never followed by sadness, languor or debility.”
Anonymous Quote: “A morning without gourmet coffee is like sleep.”
In his 1869 book The Innocents AbroadMark Twain (1835-1910) wrote that “Of all the unchristian beverages that ever passed my lips, Turkish coffee is the worst. The cup is small, it is smeared with grounds; the coffee is black, thick, unsavory of smell, and execrable in taste. The bottom of the cup has a muddy sediment in it half an inch deep. This goes down your throat, and portions of it lodge by the way, and produce a tickling aggravation that keeps you barking and coughing for an hour.”
Thomas Jefferson said, “The superiority of chocolate (hot chocolate), both for health and nourishment, will soon give it the same preference over tea and coffee in America which it has in Spain.”
In Memoir from Antproof Case (1995) Mark Helprin stated, “The voodoo priest and all his powders were as nothing compared to espressocappuccino, and mocha, which are stronger than all the religions of the world combined, and perhaps stronger than the human soul itself.”
Anonymous Quote: coffee coffee Coffee Coffee COFFEE COFFEE!”
In the 1880 A Tramp AbroadMark Twain wrote, “After a few months’ acquaintance with European ‘coffee’ one’s mind weakens, and his faith with it, and he begins to wonder if the rich beverage of home, with it’s clotted layer of yellow cream on top of it, is not a mere dream after all, and a thing which never existed.”
Anonymous Quote: Espresso is to Italy what champagne is to France.

A Jamaican proverb states, “You can’t take the milk back from the coffee.”
The 1674 Women’s Petition Against Coffee stated that, “Coffee leads men to trifle away their time, scald their chops, and spend their money, all for a little base, black, thick, nasty, bitter, stinking nauseous puddle water.”
The 1883 Buckeye Cookbook stated that, Physicians say that coffee without cream is more wholesome, particularly for persons of weak digestion. There seems to be some element in the coffee which combined with the milk, forms a leathery coating on the stomach, and impairs digestion.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh said that, “Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after.
Charles Dickens (1812-1870) wrote that “The coffee was boiling over a charcoal fire, and large slices of bread and butter were piled one upon the other like deals in a lumber yard.”
Anonymous Quote: I don’t have a problem with caffeine, I have a problem without caffeine.
Bobby Heenan said, “This guy makes coffee nervous.”
Anonymous Quote: The best gourmet coffee in Europe is Vienna coffee, compared to which all other coffee is fluid poverty.
In 1722, Jonathan Swift stated that, “Coffee makes us severe and grave and philosophical.”
In a 1994 New York Times, Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide wrote, “We shall prepare the coffee of reconciliation through the filter of justice. Through reconciliation, streams of tears will come to our eyes.”
Anonymous Quote: “Retirement is one great big giant gourmet coffee break.”
In You’re So Vain, Carly Simon sang, “I had some dreams, they were clouds in my coffee.”
Ronald Reagan commented, “I never drink coffee at lunch. I find it keeps me awake for the afternoon.
Anomymous Quote: Don’t drink coffee in the morning. It will keep you awake until noon.”
In the 1692 book The Good Hous-Wife Made A DoctorThomas Tyron (1634-1703) wrote, “In a word, coffee is the drunkard’s settle-brain, the fool’s pastime, who admires it for being the production of Asia, and is ravished with delight when he hears the berries grow in the deserts of Arabia, but would not give a farthing for a hogshead of it, if it were to be had on Hampstead Heath or Banstead-Downs.”
A November, 1949 New York Times stated that, “Over second and third cups flow matters of high finance, high state, common gossip, and low comedy.”
William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-1863) wrote, “Why do they always put mud into coffee on board steamers? Why does the tea generally taste of boiled boots?”
Anonymous Quote: “Given enough premium gourmet coffee, I could rule the world.”
Isidore Bourdon said, “The discovery of coffee has enlarged the realm of illusion and given more promise to hope.”
In A Tramp AbroadMark Twain wrote that “The average American’s simplest and commonest form of breakfast consists of coffee and beefsteak.
In 1891, writer and physician Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. stated that, “The morning cup of coffee has an exhilaration about it which the cheering influence of the afternoon or evening cup of tea cannot be expected to reproduce.”
Charles de Secondat Montesquieu wrote that, “The coffee is prepared in such a way that it makes those who drink it witty: at least there is not a single soul who, on quitting the house, does not believe himself four times wittier that when he entered it.”
Anonymous Quote: “Caffeine isn’t a drug, it’s a vitamin.”
It was Wallace Stevens who wrote”
Complacencies of the peignoir, and late
Coffee and oranges in a sunny chair.
And the green freedom of a cockatoo
Upon a rug mingle to dissipate
The holy hush of ancient sacrifice
Edna Lewis, the author of The Taste of Country Cooking, stated that “The smell of coffee cooking was a reason for growing up, because children were never allowed to have it and nothing haunted the nostrils all the way out to the barn as did the aroma of boiling coffee.
In his Kaffee-KantateJohann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) wrote that, “Without my morning coffee I’m just like a dried up piece of roast goat.”
In The Black OrchidAnthony Quinn wrote, “See how special you are?  I serve you coffee in the parlor.
Anonymous Quote: I make serious premium gourmet coffee-so strong it wakes up the neighbors.
In 1777, Prussia’s Frederick the Great wrote that, “It is disgusting to notice the increase in the quantity of coffee used by my subjects, and the amount of money that goes out of the country as a consequence. Everybody is using coffee; this must be prevented. His Majesty was brought up on beer, and so were both his ancestors and officers. Many battles have been fought and won by soldiers nourished on beer, and the King does not believe that coffee-drinking soldiers can be relied upon to endure hardships in case of another war.
In 1991, Joan Frank wrote, “Coffee: we can get it anywhere, and get as loaded as we like on it, until such teeth-chattering, eye-bulging, nonsense-gibbering time as we may be classified unable to operate heavy machinery.”
Anonymous Quote: “What do you mean ‘I burnt the oatmeal’? That’s COFFEE!”
In the 1973 Mrs. October Was HereColeman Dowell states, “It is extraordinary how the house and the simplest possessions of someone who has been left become so quickly sordid. Even the stain on the coffeecup seems not coffee but the physical manifestation of one’s inner stain, the fatal blot that from the beginning had marked one for ultimate aloneness.”
Stephanie Piro said, Behind every successful woman… is a substantial amount of coffee.”
Henry Ward Beecher stated that, “No coffee can be good in the mouth that does not first send a sweet offering of odor to the nostrils."
John Van Druten said, “I think if I were a woman I’d wear coffee as a perfume.”
Motivated Worker Concept: Office automation-networked coffee machines.
Anonymous Quote: “You know what separates humans from animals? Gourmet Coffee!
Harper Lee said, “I do much of my creative thinking while golfing. If people know you’re working at home they think nothing of walking in for a cup of coffee, but wouldn’t dream of interrupting on the golf course.”
Bella Abzug recalled, “I began wearing hats as a young lawyer because it helped me to establish my professional identity. Before that, whenever I was at a meeting, someone would ask me to get coffee.”
In his 1963 speech entitled Malcolm X Message to the Grass Roots SpeechMalcolm X stated, “It’s just like when you’ve got some coffee that’s too black, which means it’s too strong. What do you do? You integrate it with cream, you make it weak. But if you pour too much cream in it, you won’t even know you ever had coffee. It used to be hot, it becomes cool. It used to be strong, it becomes weak. It used to wake you up, now it puts you to sleep.”
In his 1985 The Adding Machine, Remembering Jack KerouacWilliam Burroughs wrote, “Kerouac opened a million coffee bars and sold a million pairs of Levis to both sexes. Woodstock rises from his pages.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “Tobacco, coffee, alcohol, hashish, prussic acid, strychnine, are weak dilutions the surest poison is time.”
In Eyes and EarsHenry Ward Beecher stated, “A cup of coffee-real coffee-home browned, home ground, home made, that comes to you dark as a hazel-eye, but changes to a golden bronze as you temper it with cream that never cheated, but was real cream from its birth, thick, tenderly yellow, perfectly sweet, neither lumpy nor frothing on the Java: such a cup of coffee is a match for twenty blue devils and will exorcise them all.”
Anonymous Quote: “This coffee tastes like mud! Well, it was ground this morning.”
Drew Sirtors claims that, “Coffee is the best thing to douse the sunrise with.”
A comment on Star Trek: Voyager opined, “Coffee, the finest organic suspension ever devised.”
Anonymous Quote: Man does not live by premium gourmet coffee alone. Have a danish!
Larie Colwin wrote, “On Saturday mornings I would walk to the Flavor Cup or Puerto Rico Importing coffee store to get my coffee. Often it was freshly roasted and the beans were still warm. Coffee was my nectar and my ambrosia: I was very careful about it. I decanted my beans into glass…and I ground them in little batches in my grinder.”
Anomymous: Forever - Time it takes to brew the first pot of coffee in the morning.
Samuel Goldwyn wrote, “Coffee is not my cup of tea.”
Murphy’s Law states, “As soon as you sit down to a cup of hot coffee, your boss will ask you to do something which will last until the coffee is cold.
Anonymous Quote: “Morning doesn’t begin until after your second cup of premium gourmet coffee.”
Bill Cosby said, “Like everyone else who makes the mistake of getting older, I begin each day with coffeeand obituaries.”
Dr. Johnson in The Life of Pope states, “His most frequent ailment was the headache which he used to relieve by inhaling the steam of coffee.”
Anonymous Quote: “Do I like my gourmet coffee black? There are other colors?”
In Mary, MaryJean Kerr said that, “Do you know how helpless you feel if you have a full cup of coffee in your hand and you start to sneeze?”
Albert Einstein said that, “A mathematician is a device for turning coffee into theorems.
Anonymous Quote: The first cup of gourmet coffee recapitulates phylogeny.
Alexander King stated, “Actually, this seems to be the basic need of the human heart in nearly every great crisis-a good hot cup of coffee.”
Anonymous Quote: “Go ahead… Make my premium gourmet coffee.”
The 1699 book England’s Happiness Improved stated that “Moderately drunk, coffee removes vapours from the brain, occasioned by fumes of wine, or other strong liquors; eases pains in the head, prevents sour belchings, and provokes appetite.”
Ken Hutchinson of Starsky and Hutch said, “Wine is for aging, not coffee.”
Anonymous Quote: “Just bring me my premium gourmet coffee, and s-l-o-w-l-y back away.”
Harry Mahtar said, “I orchestrate my mornings to the tune of coffee.”
K. Hubbard said that, “Nothing’ll make a father swear before the children
quicker than a cup of poor coffee.”
Definition of a Computer Programmer: An person who turns software into coffee.
Anonymous Quote: “Caffeine-The other Vitamin C”
Jessi Lane Adams said that, “Coffee smells like freshly ground heaven.”
Someone once said that, “Mothers are those wonderful people who can get up in the morning before the smell of coffee.”
Anonymous Quote: “All the gourmet coffee in Columbia won’t make me a morning person.”
Murphy’s Law states, “As soon as you sit down to a cup of hot coffee, your boss will ask you to do something which will last until the coffee is cold.”
Anonymous Quote: “Drink your premium gourmet coffee strong and black, you’ll never be latte!”
It was Abraham Lincoln who said, “If this is coffee, please bring me some tea; but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee.
Anonymous Quote: “Don’t laugh at the coffee. Some day you, too, may be old and weak.”
Burt Lancaster stated, “I judge a restaurant by the bread and the coffee.”
Honoré de Balzac (1799-1859) said, “Many people claim coffee inspires them, but, as everybody knows, coffee only makes boring people even more boring.”
Anonymous Quote: “Many people are like instant coffee: the minute they get in hot water they dissolve.”
In Star Trek: Voyager Think Tank, Neelix asks, “Do you want me to prepare a hypospray so you can absorb the caffeine more directly?”
Anonymous Quote: “It is by premium gourmet coffee alone I set my mind in motion.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “Coffee is good for talent, but genius wants prayer.”
.An old Arabic saying about coffee states, “The first cup is for the guest, the second for enjoyment, the third for the sword.”
Comedian Dave Barry quipped, “It is inhumane, in my opinion, to force people who have a genuine medical need for coffee to wait in line behind people who apparently view it as some kind of recreational activity.”
Napoleon Bonaparte said, “I would rather suffer with coffee than be senseless.”
Anonymous Quote: “Life is too short for bad coffee.”
Captain Janeway in Voyage: The Cloud said, “I don’t want anything better, I want coffee.”
A 1511 Arabic poem opines, “O Coffee, thou dost dispel all care, thou art the object of desire to the scholar.”
Anonymous Quote: “An American will go to hell for a bag of premium gourmet coffee.”
Honoré de Balzac (1799-1859) wrote that “As soon as coffee is in your stomach, there is a general commotion. Ideas begin to move…things remembered arrive at full gallop…similes arise, the paper is covered. Coffee is your ally and writing ceases to be a struggle.”

The Bunnell Farm

The Bunnell Farm
By Tom Bunnell

My Discovery

My Discovery

"The Origins of the Stimulated Mind" And what it does to us.. By Tom Bunnell -- Sugar, high fructose corn syrup, highbred carbohydrate plant life, lactose, caffeine, alcohol and nicotine, all powerful stimulant drugs. Individually, and each of them all by themselves. Combining these drugs quadruples the effects, as does the massive doses we consume daily of each of them individually. -- They are all potent powerful stimulant drugs just like amphetamine and methamphetamine and cocaine. Driving us to total destruction. Adrenaline like in nature. -- “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.” -Albert Einstein

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By Eadweard Muybridge

This thing says it all -"King Henry VIII" BBC Documentary

--- -- Watch every moment of this video attentively for about one hour and your eyes will be opened and you will be able to see what is going on in this world today) (You will be able to see both good and evil) Your eyes will have been opened -- You will know good from evil -- Sugar and wheat and milk and honey and "selectively bred" highbred plant life and alcohol and caffeine and nicotine are all powerful stimulant drugs like cocaine and amphetamines, their "adrenaline like" effects are the cause of all of the exaggerations and distortions you see in this extraordinary PBS Documentary, film. -- (This thing says it all) -- "Hampton Court Secrets of Henry VIIIs Palace" Please Note: In my endless quest in trying to show the public and the world in general my discovery, here is an example. -- Take 200 (two hundred) people. Split them into two groups of one hundred each. One hundred watching the above documentary about King Henry VIII with no knowledge of The Bunnell Farm and The Bunnell Farm Theory and Discovery. Simply watching the video as one would. -- The other hundred people watch the same documentary but factor in the "stimulant drug" factor in everything they see right before their eyes as they watch all of the "exaggerations" taking place and beyond belief and taking place right before them as a result of all the sugar and milk and selectively bred carbohydrates, alcohol and caffeine consumption. All of the stimulant drug consumption. -- Exaggerating everything beyond belief. -- Just like cocaine and amphetamines and methamphetamine. Speed. "Adrenaline like" in nature. Completely unnatural to man. -- Like "Pimps" Exaggerating themselves on Cocaine.. Kings -- Sugar and hybrid carbohydrates and caffeine and alcohol and nicotine doing the same thing -- Speed on top of speed on top of speed

Baked Potato

Baked Potato

Ice Cream Sundae

Ice Cream Sundae

A "Baked Potato" and "Ice Cream Sundae" are the same thing, -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison



"The Origins of the Stimulated Mind"

And what it does to us..

By Tom Bunnell



All schools, all colleges, have two great functions: to confer, and to conceal, valuable knowledge. The theological knowledge which they conceal cannot justly be regarded as less valuable than that which they reveal. That is, when a man is buying a basket of strawberries it can profit him to know that the bottom half of it is rotten. Mark Twain - Notebook 1908
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"Addictions, and there Cures"

You are a junkie and you don't know it.

..Or you know you are a junkie and you think it's OK.

"Everybody's a junkie!"

-- Processed Sugar and Carbohydrates, "Selective Breeding" highbred, Wheat, Flour, Dairy, Fructose, Lactose, Sucrose, Starch, HFCS, Honey, Maple Syrup, Fruit and Grain and Vegetable's, Lentils, Nuts, -- Speed, Cocaine, Heroin, Marijuana, Prescription Drugs, Caffeine, Chocolate, Coffee, Tea, Soft Drinks, Alcohol, Gambling, Sexual Dysfunctions, Nicotine and other addictive behaviors. -- Substances and otherwise.

"Selectively Bred" and Produced and Processed and Distorted and Distributed by "Stimulated-Addicted Man", to his fellow stimulated man -- By the Shipload.

For his "profit" and "money" and more, -- by the shipload.

-TAKE THE 120 DAY ADDICTION "PLUNGE", CURE.

"A new world awaits you."

For the first 30 days it's pure hell. Nothing but pain 24/7
You endure because you know you have to if you want to get well. So you endure. You endure the impossible.

Thirty days finally gets there.

Now it's 30 more days of nearly the same. Pure hell, nothing but pain and suffering. If somebody would come up to you with a baseball bat and smash you over the head with it they would probably be doing you a favor. It's more than a man should be able to endure. But you do, you have no choice. It's either make this thing work or go back to where you were.

The second thirty days finally passes.

The next 30 days is not well and your not very far from hell but it is not pure hell. You have endured pure hell and now you are enduring a lot less hell. Still hell but a lot less hell and it is supposed to get better. You do it! Thirty, sixty and now ninety days. You don't know how you did it but you did it. Your not well yet but your a lot better and it is no longer pure hell.

The next 30 days are not easy. It's still difficult but definitely doable after all you have been through and it is supposed to get better. It gets better. It's tough but a lot better. You can do it, you have done it. You have survived 120 days of hell.

You are not well but you are a lot better and you will get better and better until you are all the way well in the next few short months. Congratulations on a job well done.

You are no longer addicted. Congratulations, again, I wish you well!

All this is, is you are acknowledging your addictions and you are doing something about it.

Yourself.

-- We don't have any magic here. Cure your addiction and get your life back or remain addicted and live your life that way.

I, myself, -- Wouldn't trade anything for being addiction free.

It's a whole new world and a whole new life.

Just like we were meant to be, just like all of the other creatures.

"SELECTIVELY HIGHBRED" PLANT LIFE = POISON(All of the Below)

"SELECTIVELY HIGHBRED" PLANT LIFE = POISON(All of the Below)

In their "natural forms" and availability, all of these foods were perfect, Now they are all poison

In their "natural forms" and availability, all of these foods were perfect, Now they are all poison

Fruits and Vegetables -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Fruits and Vegetables -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Nuts -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Nuts -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Dairy -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Dairy -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Lentils -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Lentils -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Wheat -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Wheat -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Corn -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Corn -- Pure Sugar -- Pure Poison

Nobel Peace Prize

It was a very unique person and a very unique set of circumstances and time frame as well as life's experiences to set these people apart, probably their genes and nationalities and place on this earth of equal importantance -- Moses and Jesus Christ not withstanding -- We are all unique but for most of us there were not thousands of babies' killed and ourselves being hidden in "the rushes" and raised by our captors in our uniqueness -- Moses did and Jesus Christ had his, as did Obama and Martin Luther King and Gandhi and Mother Teresa and Nelson Mandela -- Each took what they were given, like all of us, and went with it -- To have unraveled this puzzle of circumstances in my case, and the importance of my discovery, maybe even more so.

Your not going to find this anywhere else on the internet or anywhere else

This is it!

Right here.

Right now.

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"The most important truth known to man".

(Previously "unknown" by man).

Recently "Discovered" by yours truly,

Tom Bunnell
America

The Bunnell Farm Discovers "The Origin of Evil" and the "Cause of War" and "Greed" and "Lust for more" for all Mankind -- Speed on top of speed -- Stimulants on top of stimulants -- Cocoa leaves and selectively highbred corn, "Selective Breeding" Potatoes and "Selective Breeding" Fruit and "Selective Breeding" Vegetables -- These stimulants take our natural aggressions and mating and territorial instincts and exaggerate and distort them profoundly and profusely

German scientists discover amphetamines.(1887)

Japan, methamphetamine.(1919)

Sugar processed from sugar cane and sugar beets and fired by coal.

Wheat by the trillions.

Dairy cows bred by the millions.

Coffee Beans and Tea Leaves and Cocoa Beans, grown and shipped by the shipload.

Cocaine extracted from the leaves and concentrated a thousand fold.

Alcohol, millions upon millions of barrels full.

Ships full.

Thousands of ships full.

Tobacco grown for millions and then billions.

World population doubles.

Then triples and quadruples.

Man's natural fighting instincts, fighting over women or territory or just because he likes to wrestle and fight.

Exaggerated a thousand fold and then ten thousand fold and then a million fold.

Stimulated out of his mind he fights in gangs and makes greater and greater war and builds armies and empires.

Now on horseback and with guns and swords.

Now ships and tanks and airplanes and bombs.

Hundreds of millions strong.

Man makes war, killing hundreds and hundreds of millions of men, women, and children.

He loves war and he loves the prizes of war.

Great warriors, surrounded by love and admiration and beautiful women and wine, and song and laughter.

Glorious, beautiful heaven for those who live and for those who die, in courageous battle.

Glorious battle.

For all eternity.

And more, and more, and more.

He loves war.

He gets his rocks off, fighting WAR.

All, exaggerated instincts, stimulant driven.

Self interest and superiority, along with confidence and well being and sureness of self.

Big headed and egotistical.

Confidence.

Just some of the effects of stimulants with many feeling they are godlike and fulfilling gods purpose and will.

They are also humble and loving and with great senses of humor.

They have it all.

They are stars.

All the while, never realizing any of this.

Nature gives us adrenaline to protect ourselves and our families.

We are by nature, self interested in these moments.

We don't live there, but with stimulants we do.

Completely unnatural to man.

Exaggerated, man.
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"AND LET US FIND AND CURE THE PROBLEM SO THERE IS NO NEED TO CURE THE DISEASE"

-Jack Smith

To Jack and June Smith and Family,

Christmas December 25, 2012

"My gift to you".

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I have found the "problem" and the "cause" of WAR that Jack speaks so plainly and eloquently about! -- The cure is going to take a whole lot of doing and may not even be possible, but finding "the problem" gives us a starting point and "where to begin".

Simply "knowing" what happened and what is happening can lead to a cure.

We are stimulated out of our minds.

Jack , I know your gone, but to Jack and all of your family and friends and everybody else out there. I have found the "problem" that Jack speaks of "AND LET US FIND AND CURE THE PROBLEM SO THERE IS NO NEED TO CURE THE DISEASE".

-- "the problem" are the stimulants that we consume on a daily basis and that began some thousands of years ago, after we began cultivating and high-breeding plant life.

Quite accidentally.

Sugar and starch content in our plant life with selectively bred carbohydrates and processed carbohydrates at the core.

Thousands of times more carbohydrates than we could ever consume naturally in our natural diet.

In these potent concentrations, they become like Amphetamines(Adolph Hitler) Methamphetamine(Japanese) and Cocaine(Mayan) in both strength and effect in the "quantities" that we began to consume.

"Adrenaline like", just like speed and cocaine.

They cause our bodies hormone system to secrete adrenaline and dopamine and put us in our survival mode.

Self centered, egotistical, kings and war mongering monsters.

Heartless souls when we go into battle mode. We stay there and live there because we keep consuming all of these sugar/stimulants almost on an hourly basis the world over.

The entire planet earth. Presently all of our worlds people's.

I know this sounds crazy and incomprehensible, but this is the cause of man's superiority and WAR and the "problem" Jack speaks too.

The Egyptians, The Roman Empire, The Kingdoms of Europe, Colonizing the whole world, or as much as they were able.

Murderous rampages.

All of the unbelievable wars man has fought over the centuries and millenniums.

Hundreds of millions of men, women, and children slaughtered and killed senselessly.

We either fight for or against, and then become monsters ourselves.

Completely unbeknowst to ourselves.

We think it's normal it has gone on for so long.

We must, or it be they.

We say "no" "not us" we do not become murderers and monsters by eating and drinking sugars and selectively bred carbohydrates.

This is ludicrous!

Insane!

Become a President or general or world leader and see how long that lasts.

selective plants, selective fruits and selectively bred vegetables and selective grains, milk.

Caffeine and alcohol and nicotine are also big players in this insanity.

The quest for power and wealth and armies.

All stimulant driven like the greed for more and more.

Table sugar and selective fruit and selective vegetables and selective grains along with milk and the other stimulants spurring us on for thousands of years now.

Speed drives people crazy but they don't know it. They believe their views and thoughts and perceptions to be natural and normal and truthful.

They are not.

Stimulants exaggerate all of our natural emotions until they become unnatural and we not knowing it. All this growth and consumption and population, all stimulant driven.

Think of seven billion people taking speed.

This is what has happened.

I quite accidentally discovered this just a few years ago while studying obesity and diabetes and sugar addiction with the computer.

It wasn't on the Internet or Computer, I just put two and two together myself after learning that flour was the same thing as table sugar in your stomach.

How could natures seeds be poison I thought.

That's when the hybreeding light came on.

It has taken me awhile to realise what I discovered.

The greatest of all discoveries and in the name of Jack Smith.

So there you go Jack. -- The Inca/Mayan/Aztec and Egypt and those before them, they selectively bred plant life to increase sugar and starch and yield, never once knowing they had created stimulants, that would profoundly alter all of mankind and the earth itself.

Yours Truly, Tom Bunnell --

USS Houston surviving family member.

Nephew of Victor Bunnell, "Bird" our family called him.

Bird went down with the ship.

My dad, Thomas Bunnell Sr. joined the Navy to avenge the sinking of the USS Houston.

He never made it home.

This is the greatest and most important discovery of all time.

Thank You. Tom Bunnell -- 25, December, 2012

"Christmas"

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"AND LET US FIND AND CURE THE PROBLEM SO THERE IS NO TO CURE THE DISEASE"
Jack's Poem

Jacks Poem

IT HAS BEEN SIXTY YEARS SINCE WE SWAM AWAY
LEAVING THE MOST BRAVE AND HEROIC MEN THAT
WITH THEIR LIVES DID PAY
THEY DID NOT GIVE THE GIFT THEY GAVE WITH OUT A FIGHT
BUT WITH OUT MEN LIKE THIS AMERICA WOULD FADE INTO THE NIGHT

THOSE OF US WHO SURVIVED THE SINKING AND THE BURMA HELL
TRY TO CONTACT YOUR FAMILIES AND YOUR SACRIFICE TELL
YOUR NAME GOES ON THE LIST OF THOSE WHO HAVE GIVEN ALL
WITH OUT SUCH SACRIFICES WE AS A COUNTRY WOULD SURLY FALL

I CALL ON THE LEADERS AND CITIZENS OF OUR LAND
NOT TO JUST TALK AND SHOUT PRAISES AS ANY ONE CAN
THINK OF ALL OF THE SACRIFICES OF MEN LIKE THESE
AND LET US FIND AND CURE THE PROBLEM SO
THERE IS NO NEED TO CURE THE DISEASE
JACK SMITH

Egypt

This really shouldn't even be possible, this shouldn't be happening

How could one man and one man only have such a profound and important discovery, regarding man and life and the earth itself, and virtually not have a living soul be able to comprehend or see this reality, or the importance in this.

Or even entertain the possibility, that rather than some "crackpot" rave going on here, to take a look at this as if it were the truth, and then discard it if you want too.

Just "motherfucking" look at it.

If those Inca and Mayan and Aztec and Egyptians, and all of their pyramids and religions and slaves.

Thousands of miles and oceans and continents apart, in ancient times, thousands of years ago, and they differing from all of the other peoples on this planet earth.

Differing only in the stimulants they consume from the rest of the worlds population, and where those stimulants took them too.

Sugar and highbred carbohydrates.

Alcohol and caffeine and cocaine and nicotine.

HIGHBRED PLANT LIFE THAT THEY EAT AND DRINK HOURLY AND DAILY.

Fruits and grains and vegetables.

Highbred, highbred, highbred.

Pure sugar and pure starch and pure carbohydrates.

The rest of the world did not do that, but as they did they entered the same realms.

The Kingdoms.

The Roman Empire.

The Colonization of America.

For christ's sake.

We see these motherfuckers as these great, sophisticated, intelligent, brilliant, cultures and beings.

Marvels to wonder at.

The sons of bitches are crazy monsters, stimulated out of their fucking minds and murdering and slaying and enslaving people and babies so that they can satisfy their insatiable greed and lust for more and power and to feed their "godlike" selves.

Hundreds of thousands of slaves, millions of slaves.

Be murdered or be a slave.

They will kill your babies if you don't.

Hundreds and thousands of years of enslavement.

Generation after generation after generation.

Man, woman and child.

They think they are so god damn great that the whole world should admire and bow to them in their beauty and greatness and superiority and sophistication.

Genuinly.

All "hallmarks" of speed and stimulants.

Stimulant use.

The "adrenaline like" effects.

"Pimps".

Big headed motherfuckers.

Doped out of their minds.

Stimulated out of their minds.

The "kings".

Adoring these great ones and willfully admiring and serving them and do anything for them.

Complete and total mind control and hypnotizing and brainwashing.

Only possible by the threats and fear and drugs.

Completely taking over another human being.

And they at your feet.

Worshipping and loving you.

Jesus Christ for motherfucking sake.

How hard is that to see.

Yesterday and today.

Tomorrow.

Right now.

It's everywhere!

Wake the fuck up!

Look around you!

It's right in front of you!

(Have a great day!)

My Song


The Damned Human Race
by: Mark Twain
I have been studying the traits and dispositions of the “lower animals” (so-called), and contrasting them with the traits and dispositions of man. I find the result humiliating to me. For it obliges me to renounce my allegiance to the Darwinian theory of the Ascent of Man from the Lower Animals; since it now seems plain to me that that theory ought to be vacated in favor of a new and truer one, this new and truer one to be named the Descent of Man from the Higher Animals.
In proceeding toward this unpleasant conclusion I have not guessed or speculated or conjectured, but have used what is commonly called the scientific method. That is to say, I have subjected every postulate that presented itself to the crucial test of actual experiment, and have adopted it or rejected it according to the result. Thus I verified and established each step of my course in its turn before advancing to the next. These experiments were made in the London Zoological Gardens, and covered many months of painstaking and fatiguing work. …
Some of my experiments were quite curious. In the course of my reading I had come across a case where, many years ago, some hunters on our Great Plains organized a buffalo hunt for the entertainment of an English earl — that, and to provide some fresh meat for his larder. They had charming sport. They killed seventy-two of those great animals; and ate part of one of them and left the seventy-one to rot. In order to determine the difference between an anaconda and an earl — if any — I caused seven young calves to be turned into the anaconda’s cage. The grateful reptile immediately crushed one of them and swallowed it, then lay back satisfied. It showed no further interest in the calves, and no disposition to harm them. I tried this experiment with other anacondas; always with the same result. The fact stood proven that the difference between an earl and an anaconda is that the earl is cruel and the anaconda isn’t; and that the earl wantonly destroys what he has no use for, but the anaconda doesn’t. This seemed to suggest that the anaconda was not descended from the earl. It also seemed to suggest that the earl was descended from the anaconda and had lost a good deal in the transition.
I was aware that many men who have accumulated more millions of money than they can ever use have shown a rabid hunger for more, and have not scrupled to cheat the ignorant and the helpless out of their poor servings in order to partially appease that appetite. I furnished a hundred different kinds of wild and tame animals the opportunity to accumulate vast stores of food, but none of them would do it. The squirrels and bees and certain birds made accumulations, but stopped when they had gathered a winter’s supply, and could not be persuaded to add to it either honestly or by chicane. In order to bolster up a tottering reputation the ant pretended to store up supplies, but I was not deceived. I know the ant. These experiments convinced me that there is this difference between man and the higher animals: He is avaricious and miserly; they are not.
In the course of my experiments I convinced myself that among the animals man is the only one that harbors insults and injuries, broods over them, waits till a chance offers, then takes revenge. The passion of revenge is unknown to the higher animals. …
Indecency, vulgarity, obscenity — these are strictly confined to man; he invented them. Among the higher animals there is no trace of them. They hide nothing; they are not ashamed. Man, with his soiled mind, covers himself. He will not even enter a drawing room with his breast and back naked, so alive are he and his mates to indecent suggestion. Man is “The Animal that Laughs.” But so does the monkey, as Mr. Darwin pointed out; and so does the Australian bird that is called the laughing jackass. No — Man is the Animal that Blushes. He is the only one that does it — or has occasion to. …
The higher animals engage in individual fights, but never in organized masses. Man is the only animal that deals in that atrocity of atrocities, War. He is the only one that gathers his brethren about him and goes forth in cold blood and with calm pulse to exterminate his kind. He is the only animal that for sordid wages will march out, as the Hessians did in our Revolution and as the boyish Prince Napoleon did in the Zulu war, and help to slaughter strangers of his own species who have done him no harm and with whom he has no quarrel.
Man is the only animal that robs his helpless fellow of his country takes possession of it and drives him out of it or destroys him. Man has done this in all the ages. There is not an acre of ground on the globe that is in possession of its rightful owner, or that has not been taken away from owner after owner, cycle after cycle, by force and bloodshed.
Man is the only Slave. And he is the only animal who enslaves. He has always been a slave in one form or another, and has always held other slaves in bondage under him in one way or another. In our day he is always some man’s slave for wages, and does that man’s work; and this slave has other slaves under him for minor wages, and they do his work. The higher animals are the only ones who exclusively do their own work and provide their own living.
Man is the only Patriot. He sets himself apart in his own country, under his own flag, and sneers at the other nations, and keeps multitudinous uniformed assassins on hand at heavy expense to grab slices of other people’s countries, and keep them from grabbing slices of his. And in the intervals between campaigns he washes the blood off his hands and works for “the universal brotherhood of man” — with his mouth.
Man is the Religious Animal. He is the only Religious Animal. He is the only animal that has the True Religion — several of them. He is the only animal that loves his neighbor as himself, and cuts his throat if his theology isn’t straight. He has made a graveyard of the globe in trying his honest best to smooth his brother’s path to happiness and heaven. He was at it in the time of the Caesars, he was at it in Mahomet’s time, he was at it in the time of the Inquisition, he was at it in France a couple of centuries, he was at it in England in Mary’s day, he has been at it ever since he first saw the light, he is at it today in Crete — as per the telegrams quoted above — he will be at it somewhere else tomorrow. The higher animals have no religion. And we are told that they are going to be left out, in the Hereafter. I wonder why? It seems questionable taste.
Man is the Reasoning Animal. Such is the claim. I think it is open to dispute. Indeed, my experiments have proven to me that he is the Unreasoning Animal. Note his history, as sketched above. It seems plain to me that whatever he is he is not a reasoning animal. His record is the fantastic record of a maniac. I consider that the strongest count against his intelligence is the fact that with that record back of him he blandly sets himself up as the head animal of the lot: Whereas by his own standards he is the bottom one.
In truth, man is incurably foolish. Simple things which the other animals easily learn, he is incapable of learning. Among my experiments was this. In an hour I taught a cat and a dog to be friends. I put them in a cage. In another hour I taught them to be friends with a rabbit. In the course of two days I was able to add a fox, a goose, a squirrel and some doves. Finally a monkey. They lived together in peace; even affectionately.
Next, in another cage I confined an Irish Catholic from Tipperary, and as soon as he seemed tame I added a Scotch Presbyterian from Aberdeen. Next a Turk from Constantinople; a Greek Christian from Crete; an Armenian; a Methodist from the wilds of Arkansas; a Buddhist from China; a Brahman from Benares. Finally, a Salvation Army Colonel from Wapping. Then I stayed away two whole days. When I came back to note results, the cage of Higher Animals was all right, but in the other there was but a chaos of gory odds and ends of turbans and fezzes and plaids and bones and flesh — not a specimen left alive. These Reasoning Animals had disagreed on a theological detail and carried the matter to a Higher Court.
One is obliged to concede that in true loftiness of character, Man cannot claim to approach even the meanest of the Higher Animals. It is plain that he is constitutionally incapable of approaching that altitude; that he is constitutionally afflicted with a Defect which must make such approach forever impossible, for it is manifest that this defect is permanent in him, indestructible, ineradicable.
I find this Defect to be the Moral Sense. He is the only animal that has it. It is the secret of his degradation. It is the quality which enables him to do wrong. It has no other office. It is incapable of performing any other function. It could never have been intended to perform any other. Without it, man could do no wrong. He would rise at once to the level of the Higher Animals.
Since the Moral Sense has but the one office, the one capacity — to enable man to do wrong — it is plainly without value to him. It is as valueless to him as is disease. In fact, it manifestly is a disease. Rabies is bad, but it is not so bad as this disease. Rabies enables a man to do a thing which he could not do when in a healthy state: kill his neighbor with a poisonous bite. No one is the better man for having rabies. The Moral Sense enables a man to do wrong. It enables him to do wrong in a thousand ways. Rabies is an innocent disease, compared to the Moral Sense. No one, then, can be the better man for having the Moral Sense. What, now, do we find the Primal Curse to have been? Plainly what it was in the beginning: the infliction upon man of the Moral Sense; the ability to distinguish good from evil; and with it, necessarily, the ability to do evil; for there can be no evil act without the presence of consciousness of it in the doer of it.
And so I find that we have descended and degenerated, from some far ancestor — some microscopic atom wandering at its pleasure between the mighty horizons of a drop of water perchance — insect by insect, animal by animal, reptile by reptile, down the long highway of smirchless innocence, till we have reached the bottom stage of development — namable as the Human Being. Below us – nothing. …
The House Of the Rising Sun -Recorded By -Tom Bunnell '2005