People-n-Pet Chip Implants
In size, microchip implants are like grains of brown rice, the more nutritious type.   Implants are an identification circuit conveniently placed under the skin.   New chips, like two-ray radios, send and receive signals.   Demand for them is expected to be really big. Read Microchips

Now, chips are easier to program than ever before.   From desktops, scanners and phone apps, send commands to chip receivers.   Some models dispense medicine, while others modify behavior to impart electrical shocks, like an invisible fence.

Guy counts rice-like chip implants.

To get under our skin, tech giants team up with veterinarians. To hasten (speed up) widespread adoption of implants for humans, as well as pets, vets are now able to inject them into humans. $50 gift cards may entice chip takers.

"It’s painless. We swab numbing gel (lidocaine) on you and an implant is popped in easy peasy," said Ron Keen laughing. Mr. Keen trains vets on "multi-purpose" chip implants and added, "It’s an upgrade from old RFID chips."

"When at a vet for pets, it’s a good time to think for yourself about an implant for you.   Repeat conditioning makes animals docile for masters," suggested Ron.

Feline identifying microchip
X-ray to see implant.

Fur is flying among wacky protesters with megaphones outside a box store that offers pet and people implants.   "Reject the chip. It’s a soul trap device," went the loud chants of Harry Burr, who denounces implants.

Chippers do not worry over protests. "It boosts business.   Folks see sense in getting chipped. It opens bank accounts, doors and more," said a store manager who did not give a name.

Opponents imagine and claim evil chips put a leash on souls to force reincarnation, deny nirvana and other awful outcomes. They feel if you do not learn history and how to think, tyrannical masters can take total control or worse.   ◆   Click to Close

Cannabis Usage Skyrockets

Cannabis use in Oregon is on the rise say experts at the Fads Addiction Counseling Treatment Service ("FACTS").   Higher statistics began in 1973, when Oregon eased criminal penalties. See More - Skyrockets

Government leaders took bribes from liberated hippies to change things big time, say pundits.   Formerly known as marijuana, cannabis was also commonly referred to as "pot," and it was sold in "lids," that being, about an ounce.

Folks disagree on how the old words (pot and lids) for cannabis came to exist.   The big stink and noise about the best slang names for cannabis types (indica & sativa), and whether you buy it in grams, ounces, or "lids" is a matter of fad and preference.

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Hippies often drove Volkswagens.

"I think it was because folks cooked it a lot.   They needed pot and lids," said Darius Tosh, a part-time chef.   "It makes the most sense to me," he added. Meanwhile, debate continues on a name for pot that sticks.

Statistics from the 1970s show that people smoked way less cannabis than currently.   Back then folks often smoked when looking forward to a little afternoon delight (conjugal relations).  FACTS monitors consumption purposes.

It (FACTS) releases a yearly report April 20th and recent trends show how more folks now use cannabis alone (and not for conjugal relations).   Statistics on the high lonely number is one solo skyrocket in flight.   ●   Click to Close

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Bigfoot — Uptick in Sightings

More Bigfoot sightings in Oregon are being reported. The uptick in numbers is a response to more folks out alone with data service on forest trails, getting out of towns. Statistics suggest individuals see things.   Read More - Bigfoot Uptick

  Polls taken at hiking path trailheads reveal a growing “sole walk” trend, where a person visits the woods to avoid crowds and gets some fresh air. Often, they are breaking in new boots and sandals. Walks alone in nature can reduce stress say experts.

“It is no wonder that with smart phones off that one sees unfamiliar stuff out on the trails,” explains Eve Higgins, an Oregon guide specializing in hunts for Bigfoot and hidden caves. “The locals are used to it so they don’t report sightings as much as do visitors,” Eve offered while biting into a fresh Oregon apple.   ▪  Click to Close


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