The sterilization agenda continues with LED lighting, fertility under attack and humanity under seige

The only thing more dangerous than a corrupt and stupid leader is several more of them lumped all together up on the same dais with their juvenile sycophant deniers in the audience nodding their heads. Fullerton defined.

The human race is under attack. We are willingly being destroyed by consuming GMO food products, toxic sweeteners, while our health is being mined by allopathic medicine. We are forcibly being destroyed by decisions our leaders make on our behalf and in spite of the dire warnings given, they ignore them all.

CSF’s Mark Shapiro has gone on record defending cell tower placement near homes and parks and now has gone on record supporting dangerous LED street lighting. He is a forced irradiator of the worst kind.

Ladies and gentlemen, the tools of the trade in the eugenics movement come in four primary shapes and forms.

The first I have discussed at length and is wireless microwave radiation. It is an integral part of the sterilization of humanity. The cell towers, the WiFi systems and the WiFi enabled devices bathe you and your children in these emissions. They destroy the human eggs and destroy your circadian rhythm and health in general. All this while you turn your backs on your own children.



Apple 666, Artemis, iPads (infertility pads), Project Inkwell, Connect ED, E-rate, and Agenda 21-an expose with an all star cast –

The second I have discussed at length and is the forced vaccinations. It is an integral part of the sterilization of humanity. The school district immunization requirements nail it shut for your children and all of you comply. All this while you turn your backs on your own children.

Fast and Furious, fast tracking SB 277, forced sterilization and the death of Paul Walker

The third tool of the eugenicists is water fluoridation. Sodium Fluoride absolutely destroys our health by calcifying our pineal glands. This chemical is added to almost all water supplies, put into mouthwashes and toothpaste and is in all of our fruits and vegetables that have been irrigated with municipal water.

Now we get into the final death knell being dealt to the masses. It is called poisoning through nocturnal emissions delivered by LED lighting.

We know certain plants don’t grow in the shade and we know that without the full spectrum of light from the sun, we cannot be healthy and produce vitamin D.

LED lighting is a cold white unnatural light and when forced on us at night, is a weapon ladies and gentlemen. This weaponry works synergistically with microwave exposure to destroy your pineal gland. The nocturnal white and blue light energy enters your body through your eyes and nearly completely destroys your melatonin production, thereby destroying your circadian rhythm, destroying your sleep and in the process, your health.

Human fertility is a function of egg quality. Egg quality is a function of melatonin levels. It is where we are folks. LED lighting is an agenda from the pit of hell. The frequency, like in wireless, is everything ladies and gentlemen and has been specifically chosen for this agenda to maximize the impact on human health and fertility.

The material used in the semiconducting element of an LED light determines the color of light emitted. The two main types of LEDs presently used for lighting systems are aluminum gallium indium phosphide (AlGaInP, sometimes rearranged as AlInGaP) alloys for red, orange and yellow LEDs; and indium gallium nitride (InGaN) alloys for green, blue and white LEDs. Slight changes in the composition of these alloys changes the color of the emitted light. So why is it that all of the LED TV’s screens, computer monitors, smart phones, lighting systems and of course, street lights use indium gallium nitride alloys? Because it is an agenda folks.

Blue and white light is fine and dandy during the day. It keeps us awake by suppressing Melatonin (the sleep hormone)  production during the day. The absence of blue and white light at night is a must. It is an absolute necessity for our Melatonin levels  to be free of suppression at night. We must be able to sleep and allow our bodies resting repair mechanisms to work without interference. This is how we were designed by God to live. There is a reason it is dark at night when we sleep. We were designed to sleep at night.

While the forced poisoning of all of us with the fluoride in the water calcifies your pineal gland during the day, the nocturnal blue and white LED light poisoning works its dark magic at night synergistically with the 24/7 wireless microwave exposure to destroy your pineal gland, suppress melatonin and your circadian rhythm. This is another aspect of the radiation biology program given to us by the Manhattan project that is alive and well ladies and gentlemen.

It is all about the radio frequency emissions bathing us 24/7,  the color of the light, the timing and intensity of its delivery coupled with the specific wavelength being forced on us. Look, folks, blue and white light at night are disastrous to human health. This is medically documented. Your television, computer screen, smart phone and home lighting systems are all under your control. These LED systems can be switched off if you wise up and figure this out. The LED light poisoning coming from the street lights that will come through your  windshield when you are driving, through your eyes when you are out walking the dog after dark or through the bedroom windows when you try to go to sleep are forced exposures. They are unavoidable.

Because healthy egg production is the first step to conception and a healthy pregnancy, these findings suggest that healthy melatonin levels are crucial to fertility.

The lunar cycle has an impact on human reproduction, in particular fertility, menstruation, and birth rate. Melatonin levels appear to correlate with the menstrual cycle even at just 1 Lux of light exposure.

Melatonin levels correlate with nocturnal blue and white light exposures. LED lighting are the most efficient sources of this light.

A FULL MOON ON A CLEAR NIGHT SUBJECTS US TO ABOUT ONE LUX OF LIGHT AT 4000 k. How many nights a year are we exposed to a full moon on a clear night? Not that many.

JUST ONE LED STREET LIGHT FORCIBLY SUBJECTS US TO 30 TO 100 TIMES THE AMOUNT OF LIGHT AT 6000K ALL NIGHT LONG. The wavelength of light chosen is no accident. This form of lighting after dark is disastrous to human health.

The white and blue light emitted by light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs used in televisions, computers, smartphones and notebooks are the worst imaginable for use after dark. They suppress melatonin levels five times as much as HPS bulbs. Use of any of these should be avoided two to three hours prior to bedtime to ensure deep and restful sleep.

Conversely, these white light LED’s are considered the most eco- friendly sources of light, so while being energy efficient, they seem to have the most detrimental impact on melatonin production. These white light sources such as metal halide bulbs, compact fluorescent lamps (CFL’s) and LED’s should be used sparingly when the sun goes down. While developing energy efficient lighting is certainly warranted, the needs of sustainability need to be balanced with potential detrimental impacts on melatonin production and biology, with both ourselves and other species in mind.

The very brightest the moon’s light can get is around 1 lux. And that’s a full moon on a clear night. Your garden variety moonlight will struggle to even reach a single lux.

Melatonin has neuroprotective properties/


Human eyesight struggles to process blue to violet wavelengths from the projected light yet these colors are what they have chosen for deployment.  Here is an example of the intensity of an LED street light laid out as a function of height above the exposed victim. Note that the exposure is hundreds or even thousands of times that of moonlight. This is light poisoning ladies and gentlemen. This is an agenda.

The standard color temperature for LED street lights is 5000K to 6000K. The glare from the lights may cause eye damage and distorted vision, while high levels of blue light in LEDs decimates circadian rhythms. Sleep issues cause all kinds of other problems, including depression and obesity, not just infertility.

The corrupt Fullerton city council, without an iota of discussion just adopted  hundreds of pages of Agenda 21 electrical standards at a recent meeting in which the video and audio feeds were intentionally cut basically bringing an end to the healthy form of lighting we have come to know for a hundred years called incandescent lighting. There is a war against the warm, incandescent light bulb and it is for good reason. The lighting change is part of an agenda. Healthy light involves heat and warm light. This is something LED has neither of. The cool light from LED in the 5-6 thousand Kelvin range at night aside from melatonin suppression also triggers sepsis processes associated with degradation of living systems and decay.


Once again, the pineal gland is responsible for the production of melatonin from tryptophan. Melatonin helps to regulate circadian rhythm and plays a role in fertility and even timing of puberty. Deficiency in melatonin is linked with premature sexual development, insomnia, cancer, Alzheimer’s and mental disorders such as bipolar.

The pineal gland has been tagged the “third eye” because of its resemblance to the human retina and its function as a light receptor. Light enters the body through the retina of the eyes and is sent to the brain, which then sends it to the gland. LED street lighting poisons the pineal gland.

As your pineal gland hardens due to the crystal production from fluoride, less melatonin is produced and regulation of your wake-sleep cycle gets disturbed. Sodium fluoride in our water and toothpaste is the cause of the rampant calcification of the pineal gland worldwide.

The pineal gland simply absorbs more fluoride than any other physical matter in the body, even bones.This is a fact and that is why the water is fluoridated I mean if they were worried about dental care, then dose  the Coca- Cola.

Look folks, they could make LED computer screens, lights, TV’s, and street lights that emit in the 2700K range instead of the blue and white light range but they don’t. Look folks, they could hardwire the schools instead of using wireless but they don’t. Look folks, they could push sound nutrition and declare war on all the crap we are being force-fed and injected with but they don’t. Look, folks, they could end the dosing of our water with toxic halide compounds but they won’t. Look, folks, if they wanted us to be engaged in the pursuits of life, liberty, happiness, and be entitled to witness our posterity come to fruition, none of these forced agendas would be fully underway. Instead, we have been sold out by our corrupt leaders, given over by our worthless clergy and taken down to the mat by our cowardice and laziness as our children are being destroyed and as your health is being mined by a medical mafia that aims 75 shots at your children just so they can get irradiated at school and drink the fluoride out of the drinking fountain and stare at screens all day with the infertility pad;s antenna on their zipper. Yes. it is all about making all of us and our children sick, stupid and sterile.

Folks. there are four arrows aimed at your lineage right now, and you are going to lose it all if you just lay back and sit another one of these battles out. Yes. once again the fools fail to realize that money cannot buy health and that our health should never be put up for sale behind our backs in the hands of corrupt politicians. That is exactly where we are. When your children cannot have children of their own, which unfortunately you will soon realize, don’t blame Joe Imbriano. Look in the mirror and place the blame squarely where it belongs or wake up and do something about this. May God help us. ladies and gentlemen.




  1. #1 by anonymous on December 10, 2016 - 11:44 am

    what?? lets get back to the real issues the Fullerton residents want to know, this is crazy.

    • #2 by Anonymous on December 10, 2016 - 1:39 pm

      Sure. I agree. Name the issues. I am sure Joe would love to cover them,

  2. #3 by Anonymous on December 10, 2016 - 12:33 pm

    Joe this site was down for a while. Glad to see you are back up. Great read. Never gave lighting much thought and that is why it is a perfect crime. No one would ever suspect what you have laid out here. It is time to get out of the cities. I am sure you would agree. People are just too stupid and they don’t care. Let them go.

    • #4 by Anonymous on December 11, 2016 - 5:02 pm

      I agree, “let them go.”

  3. #5 by Danny Boy on December 10, 2016 - 1:12 pm

    This shit again? Do an article on Ron Thomas or Travis or Tony or something LOL

  4. #6 by Anonymous on December 10, 2016 - 9:34 pm

    I have read up on the lighting. This is a major problem, especially with our youth. It also affects vitamin D and bone density. There is no reason to use lights that emit in this range. They could put in lighting that isn’t harmful. Questionable for sure.

  5. #7 by Fullerton Rag on December 11, 2016 - 9:14 am

    “Light enters the body through the retina of the eyes and is sent to the brain,…”

    No, light enters the retina, where photoreceptors send electrical signals to the brain based on what light registers on the rods and cones. Light does not go directly to the brain. Didn’t you claim to have a biology degree?

    • #8 by Anonymous on December 11, 2016 - 3:06 pm

      That is a true statement.

      What you should be concerned with is that the city council voted 5-0 to proceed on LED despite the harmful affects to health and well being by Harvard Medicial U and the AMA. Rather than consider the information that was brought before them, they moved ahead regardless. This is a decision that can affect thousands of Fullerton residents. Harvard & AMA assert this.

      We have idiotic thugs making public health decisions with no regard for the consequences to the people or wildlife.

      Yet, YOU focus on trying to go after the messenger.

      It’s about people’s health which appears to be a concept elusive to you.

      • #9 by Fullerton Rag on December 12, 2016 - 9:02 am

        I actually agree that it could be a real problem, particularly if light from the blue spectrum is invading people’s homes. However, I have noticed that in the past couple of years LED lighting has been available in a much wider range of warmer light. Could this part of the spectrum have a less disruptive effect on circadian rhythms? And what of the comment made at the meeting that peering into mobile devices and TV screens will deliver more light to eyes than street lights? Can LED lights be appropriately filtered?

        • #10 by Fullerton Rag on December 12, 2016 - 9:29 am

          What do the professors at Harvard have to say about Joe’s claims that wireless radiation and vaccinations cause autism, that the drought is being intentionally geoengineered, and that our planet is flat?

            • #12 by Fullerton Rag on December 12, 2016 - 9:51 am

              EMF/RFR from wifi and cell towers can exert a disorganizing effect on the ability to learn and remember, and can also be destabilizing to immune and metabolic function. This will make it harder for some children to learn, particularly those who are already having problems in the first place.””

              What is the mechanism for this “disorganizing effect?”

              • #13 by Joe Imbriano on December 12, 2016 - 10:01 am

                Matt, her contact information is on her letter to the LAUSD in the link above. Give her a call. Good time for you to do some real good for the community. Glad to see you are interested in the issue instead of marginalizing the messenger. It is a great first step.

                • #14 by Fullerton Rag on December 12, 2016 - 10:07 am

                  But I do think that if you are going to cite Harvard University as as sources in order to bolster the credibility of your arguments, you still need to pay attention to what they have to say about atmospheric chemistry and astronomy.

                  And you didn’t answer my question about the mechanism for the supposed disorganizing effect. Guess I’lol have to find out myself, instead of being “informed” by your blog.

                  • #15 by Joe Imbriano on December 12, 2016 - 10:46 am

                    Matt please do. Contact her. The mechanism is cited in the studies she references. If you want to watch a video on the issue from another expert, here is a video presentation from another professor, a professor emeritus of biochemistry on the mechanism involving voltage gated calcium channels and EMF.

          • #16 by Anonymous on December 12, 2016 - 8:09 pm

            Fullerton Rag :
            What do the professors at Harvard have to say about Joe’s claims that wireless radiation and vaccinations cause autism, that the drought is being intentionally geoengineered, and that our planet is flat?

            Now, you are going off in other directions. Can you not focus on one subject at a time?

            Do you do this on purpose?

        • #17 by Anonymous on December 12, 2016 - 12:52 pm

          The problem w/ALL LED lighting is:

          LEDs do not give off near-infrared radiation, which is necessary for health.

          “Blue has the highest energy in the visible part of the spectrum and produces, infuses, the production of ROS, of oxidative stress. The blue light causes ROS in your tissue, and this stress needs to be balanced with near-infrared that is not present in LEDs.

          We need even more regeneration from blue light, but the regenerative part of the spectrum is not found in the blue, in the short wavelength, part. It’s found in the long wavelength part, in the red and the near-infrared.

          So tissue regeneration and tissue repair results from the wavelengths that are not present in an LED spectrum.

          We have increased stress on the short wavelength part and we have reduced regeneration and repair on the long wavelength part. This is the primary problem … [W]e don’t have this kind of light quality in nature. This has consequences. The stress has consequences in the retina; it has consequences in our endocrine system.”

          You can learn more, here:

    • #18 by Anonymous on December 11, 2016 - 10:33 pm

      Is this the same Matt Leslie who shacks up with Jane Rands? Is this the Fullerton green party whacko that hates kids?

      • #19 by Fullerton Rag on December 12, 2016 - 9:07 am

        I live with Jane and I am registered and active with the Green Party. I don’t think I’m a whacko (especially in the context of this website) and I don’t hate kids. Not sure why you would make such idiotic declarations about me, whoever you are, unless you are just desperate for something bad to think about me.

        • #20 by Danny Boy on December 12, 2016 - 9:54 am

          Typical Democrat tactic. Call names and change the topic. Nothing to see here. Good response Matt.

      • #21 by Fullerton Rag on December 12, 2016 - 9:56 am

        PS, the Green Party presidential candidate this year was the only one to talk about possible dangers to children from wifi radiation. Should I go with another political party instead?

        • #22 by Anonymous on December 12, 2016 - 3:33 pm

          The Green Party was instrumental in passing a French law that bans wireless in environments for 3 and under, and has begun limiting wireless in their schools. It also assisted in lsrael. Wireless is being removed, here and there.

          Our country is truly cruel to its children and their future. Jill Stein’s statement was so watered down, relative to the bio hazard that RF-radiation is, that it was inconsequential. We are in the dark ages in the U.S.

          The wireless in the schools, Ed Tech, originates in 21st century Ed Reform, which originates from the U.N. It is comprised of public private partnerships cleverly structured so that major corporations are now calling the shots on U.S. education. It’s not about learning, it’s about sorting the kids out for a future labor force. In the meantime, Ed Tech will make the teacher obsolete. It is all about corporate profits that are, in part, provided via E-Rate modernization, a governmental program that the GAO has already passed judgment on — “waste, fraud & abuse.”

          You see, Ed Tech has nothing to do with education. Studies through 2014 resulted in “negative or neutral” academic results. This lacked foundation for even a pilot study.

          The joke is on the kids.

          Oh, and at the very top are the elites that have decided that they will bring the population down by what? 95% Yes, and one of the ways that will happen is with exposure in classrooms filled with microwave radiation.

          You don’t seem to care about children.

          • #23 by Fullerton Rag on December 13, 2016 - 7:59 am

            I certainl agree that big corporations have an inapproririste and insideous presence in public education (and other areas of our lives). I still don’t understand the need for a global U.N. led conspiracy to enable that presence, when American government is largely willing to acommodate it on its own on every level anyway. I also doubt that major corporations like Apple are interested in delberately reducing their future customer base by sterilizing people. Some global “elites” may support a reduction in human population, but, historically, corporate power has not been very future focused, even when they know about conditions like climate change (Exxon). There is no need for an elaborate global conspiracy theory to explain corporate greed and human folly.

            • #24 by Anonymous on December 13, 2016 - 9:51 am

              You are uninformed.

              Governments are ‘owned’ by a global network of corporate control. They are one in the same. But, don’t we see the evidence daily? What do you think the lobbying is all about? What do think the non-sensical laws are all about? Who do you think owns the mainstream media that, now, has a dwindling (6% ?) readership is all about? It is all corporate.

              The U.N. is a part of that structure.

              The U.S. is a corporation, all officials are agents of the corporation, including state governors on down. That accounts for no rule of law. Until our constitution is restored, we have no sovereignty, no rule of law.

              Yes, the primary goal of the top tier is to get rid of the population. I say “get rid of” because the the paring down the elites have planned is essentially getting rid of humanity.

              Things are unravelling, here and elsewhere.

              So, do you produce news media? If you do, either start digging to find the truth and printing the truth or you will be on the side against all living beings on Earth. You will be contributing to the problem.

              If you question something, rather than fight it, research it enough to have a sense of its truth or dishonesty. If you don’t have a sense of things, reserve judgement. A lot of this does not make sense because it conflicts with what we know or thought we know about something.

              If you can’t honestly and with an open mind, research something than you should never be writing about it. You should close up shop because you are producing propaganda and harming all of the folks trying to put these huge matters out there for everyone to consider and, hopefully, act on. The Fullerton power structure, including the media, all work together to retard information and maintain the status quo.

              Love the truth and keep asking the questions. Use discernment, logic and reason and spread the truth.

              • #25 by Fullerton Rag on December 13, 2016 - 11:11 am

                Right, because the U. N. is so effective….

                Of course the major news media are owned by corporations, and largely report what serves their corporate agenda. I have seen absolutely no evidence of a global corporate controlled agenda to drastically reduce the human population of the planet. If you make such an assertion you might want to provide some solid evidence to support it, lest you look like a run of the mill armchair theorist with your head in the conspiracy bag.

                • #26 by Anonymous on December 13, 2016 - 6:53 pm

                  You are beyond help.

                  Please stop attacking matters which you will not research or seek to understand yourself, yet have no hesitation in discounting on the basis that you cannot fathom depopulation would, indeed, be the objective.

                  Apparently, you either lack the ability to research or are a really, really lazy creature and just want to continue to complain.

                  You have no business being in media and are part of the problem in Fullerton.

                  You are a very sorry individual, indeed.

                  • #27 by Fullerton Rag on December 14, 2016 - 9:26 am

                    I’m not the lazy one. You are making grand assertions supported by nothing, and suggesting that I research very general subjects and find connections between them. Show your evidence or shut up.

                    • #28 by Anonymous on December 14, 2016 - 11:42 am

                      You are foolish and cannot be reached. Stop harming people and wildlife by your inability to depart from your programming. Confine your “writing” to the trivial, where you cannot do harm to movements that are working to ensure the survivability of all living beings. You have no business writing anything of significance.

                      None of us are going to “shut up”.

                      Go back to sleep Rag.

                  • #29 by Jacob on December 14, 2016 - 1:25 pm

                    The “rag” sounds like a disinformation agent.

                    Probably not by conscious intent and that’s giving him the benefit of the doubt.

                • #31 by Anonymous on December 13, 2016 - 9:03 pm

                  Fullerton Rag, or who ever you are, you need to educate yourself on the eugenics movement and the georgia guidestones.

                  • #32 by Fullerton Rag on December 14, 2016 - 9:32 am

                    So, some group put up a big stone monument advocating a reduction in human population a few decades ago…and? And eugenics was a misguided, racist movement to purify human bloodlines, obvious discredited by anyone with a heart and a brain. What of it? If there is a global agenda to depopulate the planet, it isn’t a very effective one. Not everything that happens in the world is connected to a grand conspiracy.

                    • #33 by Fullerton Rag on December 15, 2016 - 2:24 pm

                      I took an interest in the subjects of wifi and LEDs on this blog. All I asked for was a valid argument, clearly presented. Instead you offer insults. You’ll convince no one of anything that way. Thanks for nothing.

  6. #34 by Anonymous on December 11, 2016 - 9:32 am

    People are stupid. Sterilize them all. Fuck them all.

    • #35 by Anonymous on December 11, 2016 - 11:50 am

      I feel sorry for Joe’s kids. Must be rough when the other kids find out their dad is nutso.

      • #36 by Anonymous on December 11, 2016 - 6:08 pm

        If you have any children, I would say the same for you.

        To make such a statement, you must be refuting and calling both Harvard Medical University & AMA nuts.

        Why do you call Harvard U & AMA nuts?

        • #37 by Anonymous on December 11, 2016 - 11:31 pm

          because this person is a coward and cannot face reality.

        • #38 by Danny Boy on December 12, 2016 - 9:55 am

          Joe’s kids are those ones that end up with no social skills at all and have no clue what current technology is. They sit in their rooms reading books and end up self satisfying themselves daily.

          • #39 by Anonymous on December 12, 2016 - 8:35 pm

            Stop focussing on Joe or his children.

            Are you part of the PedophiliaGate, Danny Boy?

            Is that your problem? Pretty sick.

      • #40 by Anonymous on December 12, 2016 - 9:02 am

        At least Joe’s kids will have kids. Can’t say that for the kids of the deniers.

        • #41 by Anonymous on December 13, 2016 - 7:55 am

          Plenty of kids are being born every day – pretty sure iPads have absolutely no effect.

          • #42 by Anonymous on December 13, 2016 - 9:17 am

            “Pretty sure”? keep crossing your fingers

            And, you are ignorant about fertility rates.

  7. #43 by Some have awakened on December 14, 2016 - 3:32 pm

    “Some most cherished beliefs people may have will need re-examining. It was a lot easier when I decided that I knew very little of the real world and that what I thought I knew may be wrong.”

    “Most of what we’ve learned about religion and history has been a lie to protect the power and wealth of a handful of people that control the schools, media, courts, government, financial system.”

  8. #44 by Anonymous on December 15, 2016 - 9:56 am

    Fullerton Rag :
    I took an interest in the subjects of wifi and LEDs on this blog. All I asked for was a valid argument, clearly presented. Instead you offer insults. You’ll convince no one of anything that way. Thanks for nothing.

    You were provided ample information. Credible experts and you have chosen to turn your back on the children. Aren’t you the same Matt Leslie that says people should stop having children? Why are you so fixated on disparaging Mr. Imbriano when he is just a messenger?

    Why don’t you read the expert studies and the reports? Are you that cowardly that you cannot handle the facts presented? Are you that childish that you have to resort to name calling? Why do focus on the messenger when the messenger is not the issue? Why are you ignoring the message?

    • #45 by Gloria R. on December 16, 2016 - 2:21 pm

      I have family and friends all over Fullerton. We are 3 generations of Fullertonians and my family covers the four corners of Fullerton. We have business owners, teachers, and everything in between in my family. We also read social media. Yes even I do at my age. Your comments about Mr. Imbriano during the election and even now show who you are.

      Why did you go so out of your way to disparage him? Because of all that, I am happy that your “partner” who you live with and are not married to lost the election. She is apparently OK with your disturbing comments and behavior. What was puzzling was when I met a very nice man who was passing out walk pieces for both Mr. Imbriano and your partner at the same time in my daughter’s neighborhood. Our family almost voted for Jane until we connected the dots with your comments in different neighborhoods on Nextdoor.

      I did my homework and looked you up because I was very upset with your infantile comments. It seems like all you care about based on your writings is politics and not people. I don’t see anywhere that Mr. Imbriano makes fun of your appearance, your mental state, your sinful lifestyle, or your bizarre political ideologies. You even said that Mr. Imbriano is mentally ill along with others online.

      Your website, the “rag’ as you call it, is nothing more than a forum for politicial issues that fails to deal with issues that affect everyone. It is just spot news coverage on buildings and bike lanes. I don’t want cell towers by my home, on my grandchildrens schools and these lights coming through the windows if this is harmful. From what I read, it is all bad, very bad.

      Mr. Imbriano covers things that affect every citizen, even my children’s children. Shame on you Matt Leslie. Shame on you for making fun of a brave man who courageously stands up for children and yes even their parents on a variety of issues. He speaks repeatedly at council meetings and conducts himself professionally and calmly in spite of the nature of the issues he addresses.

      I have a question. Do you even have any children of your own from your sinful cohabitation arrangement with Ms. Rands? What kind of example are you to the community?

      • #46 by Fullerton Rag on December 17, 2016 - 2:47 pm

        Ms. “R.,”

        I don’t care what you think about my “lifestyle,” my relationship with Jane is exactly none of your business.

        This is what I wrote about Joe on my website just prior to the election, in a post about candidates for city council. Nowhere in it did I claim he was mentally ill:

        “Proudly announces at council meetings that he is the site administrator of the Fullerton Informer blog, where, among other stories, readers will find arguments that the moon landings were faked, the drought is a result of geo-engineering (chemtrails!), Apple is intentionally making children sterile, and the earth is flat (look for it, it’s there). His primary activism has been the area of opposing wireless devices in schools for fear of children being exposed to unhealthy doses of radiation. He opposes high density development, going so far as to propose a moratorium on all new developments, but has spread misinformation about the Polly’s Pies shopping center, falsely claiming that it could slated for “Section 8” housing.

        Joe Imbriano’s campaign is funded by local individuals, including himself. Vote for him if you want a reduction in high density development and wish to enter into a miasma of ridiculous off-the-shelf conspiracy theory not seen in OC since the days of Steve Rocco on the Orange School Board.”

        I will add that it was Joe who put up a ridiculous blog post about me back in September on this blog, based on comments I made in a conversation with someone else on Facebook (I didn’t see it until it was pointed out to me by another of his local targets last month). Would you call that “childish” behavior on his part?

      • #47 by Barry Levinson on December 18, 2016 - 12:49 pm

        To inform Gloria R. and others,

        Matt Leslie and Jane Rands are very proud members of the Green Party.

        It was the head of the Green Party for President, Jill Stein who on the death of Communist Dictator Fidel Castro said the following:

        “Fidel Castoro was a symbol of the struggle for justice in the shadow of empire. Presente!” She went on to say that Castro’s death “feels like the passing of an era of incredible struggle against empire right across the water-whether you live in Haiti or in Cuba or even much of the rest of South America, there’s been a real struggle for social justice and it’s been very difficult.” “Cuba was in may ways the face of that movement, which continues to this day.”

        Any head of a party that glorifies a Communist dictator should be loudly condemned for those far far left views. Jane Rands and Matt Leslie as strong supporters and members of the Green Party will hopefully never hold any elective office.

        P.S. I have known Jane and Matt for about 6 or 7 years. I always knew they were environmental progressives but I am horrified that they could support a party that honors a Communist dictator such as Fidel Castro.

    • #49 by Fullerton Rag on December 17, 2016 - 2:54 pm

      So, Joe is just a “messenger” whenever anyone asks for a cogent argument supporting his claims? How about he gets an expert to write for this site instead? Dr. Mark Shaprio, retired Prof. of Physics, offered to debate Joe about wifi, but Joe demurred. How about Joe picks an expert for a debate here in town?

      • #50 by Fullerton Rag on December 17, 2016 - 5:17 pm

        I may need to correct my own comment, above. I believe Dr. Shapiro offered to debate about the effects of LED street light (?).

      • #51 by Anonymous on December 18, 2016 - 10:55 am

        Are you on drugs? Do you know many studies are linked to on this topic on this site? Thousands? Are you related to Dr Roman Schulze or Mark Shapiro Mr. Rag? It is you and them versus hundreds of scientists and thousands of studies. Stop making Joe the issue. You are just like all the rest of the deniers.

        • #52 by Anonymous on December 19, 2016 - 10:40 am

          Your reading comprehension needs some work.

        • #53 by Fullerton Rag on December 20, 2016 - 7:47 am

          So, none of you can summarize the results of these studies?

          • #54 by Anonymous on December 22, 2016 - 12:02 pm

            denier denier pants on fire

  9. #55 by Barry Levinson on December 18, 2016 - 12:49 pm

    To inform Gloria R. and others,

    Matt Leslie and Jane Rands are very proud members of the Green Party.

    It was the head of the Green Party for President, Jill Stein who on the death of Communist Dictator Fidel Castro said the following:

    “Fidel Castoro was a symbol of the struggle for justice in the shadow of empire. Presente!” She went on to say that Castro’s death “feels like the passing of an era of incredible struggle against empire right across the water-whether you live in Haiti or in Cuba or even much of the rest of South America, there’s been a real struggle for social justice and it’s been very difficult.” “Cuba was in may ways the face of that movement, which continues to this day.”

    Any head of a party that glorifies a Communist dictator should be loudly condemned for those far far left views. Jane Rands and Matt Leslie as strong supporters and members of the Green Party will hopefully never hold any elective office.

    P.S. I have known Jane and Matt for about 6 or 7 years. I always knew they were environmental progressives but I am horrified that they could support a party that honors a Communist dictator such as Fidel Castro.

    • #56 by Fullerton Rag on December 20, 2016 - 7:46 am

      And the Republucan Party”a Donald Trump had this to say about Vladimir Putin: “It is always a great honor to be so nicely complimented by a man so highly respected within his own country and beyond,”

      Tell me this Barry, do you agree with evtything your party’s nominee said?

    • #57 by Fullerton Rag on December 20, 2016 - 7:50 am

      PS, what is the “head of the Green Party for President?” And why are you willing to criticize Dr. Stein for her comments about Castro, but not praise her for being the only candidate who expressed concerns about wifi?

      • #58 by Barry Levinson on December 22, 2016 - 4:14 pm

        It is very simple Matt Leslie. She called Castro and I quote ” a symbol of the struggle for justice in the shadow of empire”, obviously referring to the United States. So she not only had total praise for Castro but denigrated her own country in the process. The far left has this romantic and biased attitude toward almost all socialist and communist countries. They only see bad in the U.S. This pattern is very scary, myopic and wrong in my opinion.

        Anyone who calls a ruthless Communist dictator “a symbol of the struggle for justice” is not someone I could ever support, period.

        • #59 by Barry Levinson on December 22, 2016 - 4:21 pm

          Let me make one more extremely important point to Matt Leslie.

          The Green Party wants to greatly reduce the military budget after 8 years of neglect under President Obama. On the other hand, President-elect Trump has repeatedly said his goal is to rebuild our military strength. So with regard to our military power, to even mention the Green Party compared to Donald Trump is farcical.

          • #60 by Barry Levinson on December 22, 2016 - 4:29 pm

            And finally Matt Leslie, the term empire being used by Ms. Stein to describe the United States is simply a very poor and inaccurate choice of a word.

            The Roman Empire, the Greek Empire, the Holy Roman Empire and even the British Empire referred to one country totally controlling other countries both militarily and politically. This is not the case with the United States, no matter how powerful we are as a nation.

            • #61 by Fullerton Rag on December 23, 2016 - 1:18 pm

              It’s an empire, more or less, and it’s on the wane. If we didn’t utterly control foreign governments, we put people we liked in power where we could, and got rid of the ones we didn’t like who wouldn’t play along. Fidel survived, and was a symbol of resistance because of it.

              • #62 by Fullerton Rag on December 23, 2016 - 1:49 pm

                And I’m still waiting for this blog to praise Jill Stein for suggesting that wifi in schools could be dangerous to children, or does this position only count if it comes from the reactionary Right?

                • #63 by Anonymous on January 7, 2017 - 1:12 pm

                  I think it was done to make her look like a looney toon.

                • #64 by Joe Imbriano on January 28, 2017 - 9:11 am

                  Her commentary missed the whole point on several fronts. The science is settled-microwaves cause cancer and she claims the science is not settled. She calls for a precautionary approach instead of a a ban on these systems in schools. She minces words like using the term “wifi screens” when in fact no such thing exists. She sounds like an idiot when in fact she knows exactly what she is doing. She never mentions fertility. She is an operative. Jill Stein is no friend of the children.

                  • #65 by The Irony on January 28, 2017 - 10:35 am

                    Wow, Imbriano. Settled science?

                    Real settled science:

                    1) The Earth is not flat

                    2) The Earth is not 6000 years old

                    3) The Earth is not the center of the universe

                    You’ve got serious gall accusing anyone of opposing settled science. Get a mirror and stare. Hard.

                    • #66 by Joe Imbriano on January 28, 2017 - 11:09 am


                      How do you know? Oh yes NASA is your god, or maybe one of many.

                  • #67 by The Irony on January 28, 2017 - 1:25 pm

                    1) Geodesy and Physics
                    2) Geology and Chemistry
                    3) Astronomy and Physics

                    Your problem, or one of your many problems, is your confusion of religion and science. You define and persecute heritics like the former, using your misunderstanding of the latter as justification.

                    What’s worse than your ignorance is your necessity to be worshipped. Your sin is pride, Joe. I think you have a book that outlines in great detail the consequences for your lack of humility.

                    • #68 by Joe Imbriano on January 28, 2017 - 1:39 pm

                      #1 and #2 Zetetic Astronomy, your eye balls and Genesis 1:6

                      #3 When the Flood is taken into account along with the decay of the magnetic field, it is reasonable to believe that the assumption of equilibrium of Carbon 14 is a false assumption and thus the accuracy of radiometric dating is down the proverbial drain.

                      Stop making the ills of our society dependent on your perception of Joe Imbriano. That changes nothing about what is being done to humanity by people like you who believe in scientism which is utter crap and lies.

                      What do you think about

                    • #69 by Anonymous on January 28, 2017 - 4:13 pm

                      He says it so therefore it must be true with those bags under his eyes.

                    • #70 by the temple of joe on January 28, 2017 - 6:11 pm

                      Show us this place of worship you refer to masterful man with a little man with a beard.

                  • #71 by The Irony on January 28, 2017 - 6:04 pm

                    Joe, 200,000,000+ scientists say your wrong. Not just wrong, but way wrong.

                    Please explain to your readers why an appeal to authority is good enough for your wifi claim, but an appeal to authority with substantially broader support isn’t good enough for the shape of the earth.

                    Hint: This is why you’re unfit for office. Your world view allows you to bend and shape rationality to fit your pre concieved bias. You reject all facts that don’t align with your prejudice, you accept all theories that do align with your prejudice, and you persecute anyone with a different world view than your own.

                    That’s not science. It’s religion. Specifically, cult religion.

                    • #72 by Joe Imbriano on January 28, 2017 - 7:53 pm

                      The day in which we live is a day of truth and lies and, at the same time, absolute information overload. The internet is, for the most part not censored. Now is the time to question everything that we have been force fed. Never in human history has the stranglehold on truth been loosened enough for it to slip out to us. Right now almost everything is all out in the open. The voters have spoken. They have chosen to remain willfully ignorant, uninformed and comfortably numb. Real leaders challenge the paradigms of bondage, oppression and of course the eugenics aspects to all of this. The religious aspects must be challenged as well. The Bible is The Truth. Science forces it to be discarded as such when in fact, the Bible is a flat earth book. The problem is too many people have been educated into scientism and that has become their god and thus the reason we are where we are today. Truth abounds and deceptions abounds further. I am educated in the sciences and well versed in The Scriptures and in no way, shape or form would I ever succumb to the programming that has been foisted on the billions of people by these screens and the well paid and pensioned liars in academia. The earth is flat and is a closed system with a dome over it just like the Bible says in Genesis 1:6, the vaccinations contain cancer viruses and sterilants, and wireless is a sterilization agenda.

                      I know it is hard when the ball game is on and the kids have to memorize the lies to get into college so they can get a job in the fields that further the demise of humanity, but that is the plan. I simply put my entire platform on line and hid nothing. Now either almost 7000 people voted for me because they liked the ring to the name, or considering the amount of personal attacks I am subjected to by the phony establishment which I have called out extensively, considering what I was up against, like what I am all about and what I have to say. I would say the second or third try at this coming up starting next year, should yield some interesting results. Many people privately agree with much of what I say. It is the insecure establishment sycophants with their high school tendencies that have the biggest problem with me because I won’t play with them. Hence the only thing they can do is call me crazy. Thats the whole psy op.

                    • #73 by The Irony on January 28, 2017 - 8:01 pm

                      You didn’t answer the question. You just vomited on your keyboard and pressed enter.

                      Why is an appeal to authority good enough for your claim concerning wifi but a significantly broader claim concerning the shape of the earth is not?

                      Why are you selective with your application of science? Why does your application only support theories you believe?

                    • #74 by Joe Imbriano on January 28, 2017 - 8:17 pm

                      Please be mature. There is no vomit on my keyboard. You are reacting like a child. You have your response. I have every right to be selective of the application of science to fit my agenda. That is precisely what is, and has been continually done to destroy and enslave humanity by the powers that be. Science is cooked to order to fit their agenda.The problem is that almost all the information is online and it is almost impossible to control it getting out. There are many good scientists and much good work. How do you tell them apart from the lies and disinformation?

                      Knowledge is different from wisdom and discernment. Wisdom is a gift from God and those who possess it can discern truth from lies. Those who blindly follow science are fools like the ones who believe we evolved from rocks.

                    • #75 by Anonymous on January 29, 2017 - 2:33 pm

                      Here’s the real question.

                      Do you have a split personality and are having a genuine conversation with yourself, or do you really think we’re so stupid that we don’t know you reply to your own comments?

                      Joe Imbriano, science for me, but not for thee.

                    • #76 by anonymous on January 29, 2017 - 3:50 pm

                      Your claims have no basis in reality, Irony. You must be desperate or why would you be posting here?

                      All of the characteristics you assign to Joe Imbriano are exactly you. How ironic.

                    • #77 by Anonymous on January 29, 2017 - 5:34 pm

                      Seriously? Your response to a little bit of stress is to create a bunch of fake posts encouraging yourself?

                      We know they’re all you, Joe. All of them.

                      How sad can you be?

                    • #78 by Joe Imbriano on January 29, 2017 - 6:07 pm

                      Just like the five clowns on FFF who think anyone that agrees with me is me. Well I guess I voted for myself almost 7000 times in November and fooled Mr. Neal Kelley too.

                  • #79 by The Irony on January 29, 2017 - 4:23 am

                    “I have every right to be selective of the application of science to fit my agenda.”

                    Thank you. That’s exactly what I hoped you’d say. Your rant on what’s childish behavior is just a bonus.

                    No, you don’t. You do not have a right to selective application of science.

                    You’re applying a logical fallacy (an appeal to authority) to support your conspiracy theories. Per your own admission, you pick and choose varying standards of what you label “science”. You have completely different standards for evidence that fits your prejudicial world view versus facts that do not.

                    This makes you a fraud. Congratulations.

                    Enjoy your time on the street corner perpetuating your exposed fraud. I think there’s a name for that, but you’d call it what you’d like.

                    • #80 by the temple of joe on January 29, 2017 - 9:20 am

                      Looks like you have another follower Joe.

                    • #81 by Erasmus on January 29, 2017 - 10:21 am

                      No news here Joe. Just another denier. Your response was more that adequate. The problem with people is not their ignorance, but their refusal to embrace the paradigm in which they have been firmly planted. You are 100 percent correct about wisdom. Most people are simply blind the to truth and allegiant to established and accepted dogma, whether it be moral or scientific. Just look at how the theory of evolution from inorganic matter has become accepted for the most part as fact. Science is tailored to meet the needs of those with a secular worldview, thus these ridiculous claims of billions of years when carbon dating is wholly inaccurate based on present day assumptions. This conjecture is mere nonsense but taught to the young and impressionable as fact and consequently accepted as fact. There are petrified shoes from 100 years ago that test to be a hundred thousand years old.

                      The truth of the matter is that most of science is a fraud. The scientific method was to test a hypothesis repeatedly for confirmation of it being correct. I see no such attempts as it relates to what you allege Joe.

                      While what you allege regarding wireless exposure for some is a complete stretch of the imagination, your burden of proof has been met by four distinct truths. The first being the absence of studies on the human ova. The second being the landscape architecture plans of Apple’s building. The third is the existence of studies that show infertility in animals and the fourth and final truth is how these devices have actually been forcefully deployed.

                    • #82 by Anonymous on January 29, 2017 - 3:19 pm

                      Are you for irradiating the kids? Are you for harming children? Of course you are. With the science that is out there, the only logical solution is to hardwire the schools? Why are you so obsessed with making Joe the issue?

                    • #83 by anonymous on January 29, 2017 - 4:41 pm

                      This makes you another person that needs to go back to sticking his head in the sand.

                      For whatever reason, you cannot handle the truth.

                • #84 by Anonymous on January 29, 2017 - 2:55 pm

                  Joes a fuckin nut job.

              • #85 by Barry Levinson on December 24, 2016 - 1:28 pm

                Matt so you are agreeing with me that Jill Stein misused the word “empire”: in referring to the U.S.

          • #86 by Fullerton Rag on December 23, 2016 - 1:23 pm

            We’ll, I’ll give you that one. Donald Trump, who reportedly favors increasing the number of our dangerous nuclear weapons does provide quite the contrast to the Green Party’s agenda of a nuclear weapons-free world. I favor the latter.

            • #87 by Barry Levinson on December 24, 2016 - 1:31 pm

              Matt I too favor a nuclear free world but unlike the Green Party, I live in the real world with real enemies who have nuclear weapons, which includes North Korea and soon to be Iran thanks in part to President Obama.

              You can dream all you want but if we unilaterally removed all our nuclear weapons it would spell disaster for us as a sovereign nation.

  10. #88 by Fullerton's Conscience on December 19, 2016 - 3:21 pm

    Where did Matt Leslie go? I guess he does not want to defend his own party’s Presidential nominee’s comments

    Maybe Jane Rands would like to defend the comments by her standard bearer for President, Jill Stein!

    You notice Fullertonians, it is only Matt Leslie who blogs his positions as to national and international issues. Jane stays pretty much silent.
    My guess is that this is done purposefully to hide her radical positions outside of Fullerton politics and issues. How many of her votes would have been lost if people knew her party’s presidential nominee had praise for a ruthless Communist dictator such as Fidel Castro.

    • #89 by Fullerton Rag on December 20, 2016 - 8:01 am

      Where did I go? It turns out that I have a life, and don’t spend all of my time arguing with the denizens of a conspiracy theory blog. But since you asked, Castro actually was a powerful figure who fought against the American Empire. He was also a dictator who embraced an unjust and unworkable Soviet style socialism that restricted the rights of Cuban citizens. His troops fought against South African agression while our country was defending apartheid, but people are still in jail for political reasons there (and here). Castro was a mixed bag. I admired him for standing up to Imperialism, but I wouldn’t have wanted to live in Cuba, where there were no free presidential elections. Pick your evil/good.

    • #90 by Gloria R. on December 20, 2016 - 9:34 am

      That means that Jane is just as bad as her partner. I am shocked at this whole group of people vying for control of our city that have these sides to them while they try to make Joe out to be someone he is not. It is utterly foolish of them.

      • #91 by Fullerton Rag on December 23, 2016 - 1:27 pm

        Quite the dazzling performance of reasoning there, whatever point you were trying to make.

    • #92 by Anonymous on December 23, 2016 - 9:13 am

      Jill Stein was a Zionist plant. Zionist Hillary is now part of Zionist Trumps cabinet and the Zionist agenda moves forward. All parties controlled by Zionist imperialism. Even the Crown is in subjugation to Zionist power structure and financiers as well as the Vatican.

      • #93 by Barry Levinson on December 24, 2016 - 1:34 pm

        It is so comforting to see the anti-semites come out of the woodwork, of course unanimously.

        There are less than 15 million Jews living on this planet, yet the anti-Semites believe that we control the entire world.

  11. #94 by Barry Levinson on December 21, 2016 - 12:07 pm

    So you heard it from the horses mouth. Matt Leslie is basically inferring that there is a moral equivalence between Communist Cuba and the United States of America. He says in some ways Cuba is better than us and in other ways the U.S. is better than Cuba.

    As Matt knows all so well, I know our government has faults and point them out on a regular basis. However, to make statements that infer they are comparable to each other is the lunacy of the far left.

    Matt acknowledged that Castro was not all good….but the bigger problem with Jill Stein’s statement was that it was all positive about Castro.

    Castro ruled Cuba with an iron fist. He along with his brother ruled Cuba for over 55 years. Our President by law can only serve a maximum of 8 years. The Cuban economy has been in ruins for many decades, staying above water only because of the financial aid from Russia. They have no freedoms, their people are extremely poor and they will be arrested or worse if they criticize the government. From my point of view, there is not much to like about Castro.

    Jill Stein’s praise of him is very scary and helps to ensure that the Green Party will continue to be totally insignificant in American politics.

    • #95 by Anonymous on December 21, 2016 - 7:36 pm

      Matt Leslie is a socialist and so is his partner Jane Rands.
      To be frank, Fullerton is run by socialist. Look at who just got elected. We have just sent a pair of socialists to Sacramento, elected a pair of socialists to the council and sent one more off to Washington.

      The mindset of Matt Leslie is endemic in Fullerton with over half the population on some form of public assistance and or working for the government. Is it any wonder that this city is beginning to resemble a third world country?

      • #96 by Anonymous on December 21, 2016 - 7:13 pm

        I will second that. Just look around at how this town has changed. Look at all the hoodied creeps lurking everywhere with reports of police never even responding to peeping toms. Look at all the drifters on every street corner and off ramp. Makes you wonder if they are being trucked in from skid row.

      • #97 by Fullerton Rag on December 23, 2016 - 1:45 pm

        Quite the hasty assumption for someone who doesn’t even know me. For all I know, you’re one if the “hooded creeps.” And do t blame people for being poor. You might invite socialism.

        • #98 by Fullerton Rag on December 23, 2016 - 1:46 pm

          That should be “don’t blame people for being poor,”

    • #99 by Fullerton Rag on December 23, 2016 - 1:42 pm

      I think the Left actually does romanticize Castro’s Cuba too much. I’ve never been there myself (illegal until recently, you know). What’s wrong with pointing out what’s good and bad about different countries, including one’s own? Cuba has a lower infant mortality rate than the USA, and they have a 99% literacy rate. Turns out that they train a lot of doctors and teachers. What were these figures like under the US supported Batista? I don’t have any illusions about the efficiencies of planned economies, but I will point out that if Cuba’s economy is in a “shambles,” it is at least partially due to the draconian embargo of its goods and services imposed by the US. You seem to like to type my name. It must be music to your ears.

      • #100 by Barry Levinson on December 24, 2016 - 1:36 pm

        There is nothing wrong with comparing countries when there is a true comparison to make.

        The far left wants to compare Cuba favorably to the United States. That is factually ridiculous comparison.

  12. #101 by Barry Levinson on December 21, 2016 - 4:47 pm

    Gloria R. it is my opinion that one reason Jane Rands rarely if ever posts comments about national or international issues is because she realizes that if all her positions were known to the Fullerton voting public, her chances of ever getting elected to a city council seat would be greatly diminished. But as a longtime member of the Green Party, I have to assume that she agrees with most of the tenets of that party. Certainly I would welcome her to explain where she may differ from the Green Party Platform if at all.

  13. #102 by Barry Levinson on December 25, 2016 - 10:56 am

    Would it be right to make the lone statement that Adolf Hitler was kind to his dog and other animals?

    Should anyone try to justify humanizing a monster like him?

    I think when the far left praises and humanizes people such as Fidel Castro they do both the world and themselves a great disservice.

    To compare a monster to any decent human being is a travesty of logic and common decency. In the same light to compare a country’s government like Communist Cuba to the United States is also a travesty of logic and common decency for it raises evil to a higher moral plain.

    No one of integrity and decency should be involved in making these false comparisons. Any type of moral equivalence is a very dangerous line of thinking.

  14. #103 by Anonymous on December 27, 2016 - 7:12 am

    Levinson assumes there is integrity and decency among those who actually think they are thinking. Shackin up isnt moral or decent but its happening for the thinkers

    • #104 by Barry Levinson on January 31, 2017 - 1:46 pm

      Anonymous, I am not assuming anything. I was making the point that some positions by political parties are so beyond the pale that it makes anyone in that party not someone who I could ever vote for. I am always open to those who want to distinguish themselves from the position of their leadership. Until they do specifically, I will assume they agree or at least have no problem with their leader’s positions.

      In my humble opinion, any candidate for office is not worthy of my vote who sings the praises of a Communist dictator on his death. Fidel Castro was NOT A GOOD MAN, PERIOD!

  15. #105 by Anonymous on January 29, 2017 - 6:29 pm

    Joe Imbriano :
    Just like the five clowns on FFF who think anyone that agrees with me is me. Well I guess I voted for myself almost 7000 times in November and fooled Mr. Neal Kelley too.

    Doesn’t even have the courage to admit he posts with fake names. Unbelievable.

    Wait, totally believable.

  16. #106 by Anonymous on January 30, 2017 - 8:23 pm

    You should worry about your own kids, who go up and down my street at 40 mph in their noise pollution car. Do as I say, not as I do.

    • #107 by Joe Imbriano on January 30, 2017 - 8:37 pm

      Welcome neighbor.

    • #108 by Anonymous on January 30, 2017 - 8:44 pm

      Can you elaborate on “noise pollution car”

    • #109 by Noise Pollution Car Driver on January 31, 2017 - 8:49 pm

      Driver here, I’d love to talk in person about this issue.

    • #110 by Anonymous on February 1, 2017 - 10:29 am

      Why don’t you complain about the microwave pollution in the schools, the light pollution, and the the huge potholes? These are all serious problems that impact the well being of the community. Nah, complain about some punk kid doing 35 on Dorothy just like everyone else does because that is the speed limit.

      • #111 by Anonymous on February 1, 2017 - 8:57 pm

        First of all he doesn’t live on Dorothy, he lives on a newly paved street with a cul-de-sac. And he goes flying by my house like Mr. speed racer knowing all to well there are kids at the top of the hill playing basketball in the cul-de-sac on most days.

        • #112 by Anonymous on February 20, 2017 - 3:45 pm

          Smoke another joint and pound the fireball.

      • #113 by Anonymous on February 1, 2017 - 9:01 pm

        First of all, he doesn’t live on Dorothy. He lives on a newly paved street with a cul-de-sac. And he goes flying past my house like Mr. speed racer knowing all too well on most days kids in the cul-de-sac are playing basketball.

        • #114 by Anonymous on February 16, 2017 - 12:53 pm

          He’s a punk just like his dad.

  17. #115 by Anonymous on February 17, 2017 - 11:19 pm

    Light is life. The wrong lighting is deadly.

  18. #116 by josiah on July 7, 2017 - 2:53 pm

    If wifi and LED lights were such a threat, why would you send your kid to Fullerton HS?

  19. #117 by LED lights are bad news on July 31, 2017 - 9:44 am

    LED bulbs can bring on feelings of dizziness and pain within just 20 minutes of switching them on, an expert has warned.

    Professor Arnold Wilkins, professor of psychology at the University of Essex, said the flickering of the unpopular lights is stronger than for traditional lightbulbs.

    While fluorescent lights, such as those in offices, dim by around 35 per cent with every flicker, LED lights dim by 100 per cent. It means they effectively turn off and on again hundreds of times every second.

    This can cause headaches by disrupting movement control of the eyes, forcing the brain to work harder. Flickering LED bulbs could double the chances of suffering a headache, based on previous research.

    Professor Arnold Wilkins, professor of psychology at the University of Essex, said the flickering of the unpopular lights is stronger than for traditional lightbulbs. The warning comes as Britain is set to ban halogen lightbulbs completely next September under EU law. They are currently being phased out, with major retailer IKEA already only offering LED bulbs for sale.

    ‘People do not like the flicker’

    Professor Wilkins said the flicker from the energy-efficient bulbs is putting some people off buying them, adding: ‘People do not like the flicker, it can make them fell dizzy and unwell after about 20 minutes, and can produce disturbing anomalies of perception, such as seeing multiple images of the lamp, every time you move your eyes rapidly.’

    Most electric lighting is powered by an alternating current supply, which causes light bulbs to flicker. This particularly affects vision during rapid eye movements called saccades.

    A study from 1989 conducted by Professor Wilkins found fluorescent lighting which flickered 100 times a second doubled the chances of office workers experiencing headaches. LED lightbulbs can flash 400 times a second – four times as often.


    Britain’s young adults might be tech savvy but they are incapable of doing even the most basic household tasks.

    The under 35s are at a loss when it comes to basic DIY with many even unable to change a light bulb or repair a fence, according to a survey in March.

    Researchers found young Londoners were the least happy get their hands dirty while those in the West Midlands were the most capable.

    What’s more one in five of them blame their parents for not telling them how to do these basic tasks.

    Researchers found one in five under 35s still turn to their parents if they need help with household chores.

    And among women it was even worse with eight in ten of them relying on their partners to fix things in their homes, according to the study by British maintenance company Corgi HomePlan.

    Annoying and distracting

    Writing on the website The Conversation, Professor Wilkins said: ‘No similar study has yet been performed for LED lights. But because LED flickering is even more pronounced, with the light dimming by 100 per cent rather than the roughly 35 per cent of fluorescent lamps, there’s a chance that LEDs could be even more likely to cause headaches.

    ‘At best, it’s likely to put some people off using LED bulbs because of the annoying, distracting effect of the flickering, which we know can be detected during saccades.’

    The risk of headaches may be particularly high while reading, when it is important to position the eyes carefully to scan the pages.

    Flickering lightbulbs disrupt the control of this eye movements, making the brain use more energy to work harder, which has been linked to headaches.

    It can also cause people to suffer visual anomalies, such as double or multiple vision. The lamp in front of you may look like two or three lamps because of this visual effect when a bulb flickers.

    What are LEDs?

    LEDs, or light-emitting diodes, are one of two main types of energy-efficient lightbulbs available in the UK, along with compact fluorescent lamps. They can cost more than traditional lightbulbs, but are said to be cheaper in the long-term because they last longer.

    However they have faced past criticism that they emit a cold, green light and take too long to warm up.

    The flickering can be solved by buying a more expensive lamp, with a direct current rather than an alternating current so that the light is constant. But the lamp’s components may not last as long.

    Arlene Wilkie, chief executive at the charity The Migraine Trust, said: ‘While we do know there are certain trigger factors for migraine, such as flickering light, there isn’t a lot of evidence that LED flickering lights are bad for migraine/headache.’

  20. #118 by Anonymous on February 5, 2018 - 11:05 pm

    Has anyone else noticed how bad these lights are in the fog? They should be removed for that reason alone. Weren’t these things tested before they were put in?

  21. #119 by creepy old man on February 6, 2018 - 9:04 pm

  22. #120 by Neddy Lomeli on September 24, 2018 - 4:05 am

    I viewed one of your videos in which you show what you purchased to install your computer instead of using wifi, but I cannot remember which title video it was. Please let me know which video title it is to go buy some items. If you have a list of things to do to self protect from frequencies. Wifi, 5g, etc. I am interested & would forward share it also. Thank you and God bless you richly for keeping us informed. Neddy Lomeli

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