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Sunday Devotional: Night is coming

John 9:4-5; 8:12

Night is coming when no one can work.
While I am in the world, I am the light of the world.
I am the light of the world, says the Lord;
whoever follows me will have the light of life.

“Night is coming when no one can work….”

What a prophetic and apt description of the terrible times in which we find ourselves, gripped by panic and fear of a new virus pandemic that has shut down entire cities, states and countries, rendering countless millions jobless, plunging stock markets and economies into utter chaos.

And the antidote?

It is Christ our Lord.

Always.

Psalm 23:1-4

The LORD is my shepherd;
there is nothing I lack.
In green pastures he makes me lie down;
to still waters he leads me;
he restores my soul.
He guides me along right paths
for the sake of his name.
Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil, for you are with me;
your rod and your staff comfort me.

And the best way to overcome the night is for each of us to be a light to the world.

Be kind. Be cheerful.

Help those who are suffering and in need.

Be a light in the darkness.

Ephesians 5:8-14

Brothers and sisters:
You were once darkness,
but now you are light in the Lord.
Live as children of light,
for light produces every kind of goodness
and righteousness and truth.
Try to learn what is pleasing to the Lord.
Take no part in the fruitless works of darkness;
rather expose them, for it is shameful even to mention
the things done by them in secret;
but everything exposed by the light becomes visible,
for everything that becomes visible is light…
and Christ will give you light.

In many cities and states, there are no public Masses because of “shelter in place” quasi-martial law. But you can still celebrate the Holy Mass online:

May the peace and love of Jesus Christ our Lord be with you,

~Eowyn

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Wuhan Coronavirus Pandemic (updated daily)

Dear friends:

There is so much news and information on this demon Wuhan virus, I decided the best thing to do is this page with links to sources, instead of writing individual posts.

This page contains two groups of news/information:

  1. A list of already-published FOTM posts on the virus.
  2. A list of other news, research and information on the virus from outside (non-FOTM) sources.

Links will continuously be added to both groups, with the newest links added to the bottom of each list. Just click the blue-colored embedded links and you’ll be brought to the source. I invite my fellow FOTM writers to add links to this page as well, including links to your virus-related posts.

This page will have a “sticky,” which means it will be the first post you see when you access FOTM‘s home page. I suggest you bookmark this page.

Please pray for President Trump, for America, and for each other,

~Eowyn


FOTM posts on the Wuhan virus:

Other news and information on the Wuhan virus:

  • New study finds nearly half of Wuhan virus patients had diarrhea and other digestive symptoms before emergence of respiratory symptoms (CBS News)
  • New York State coronavirus cases soar past 10,000 (New York Post)
  • New research finds Wuhan coronavirus is not genetically or laboratory engineered (Medical News Today)
  • Chinese Communist government thanks Hillary Clinton after she accused President Trump of being racist for calling the pandemic “Chinese virus” (Gateway Pundit)
  • In Italy, growing civil disobedience against nationwide quarantine (From Rome)
  • Op-Ed: Does the 2019 Coronavirus Exist? (GreenMedInfo): A carefully written and reasoned article on methodological questions about the testing, pathogenesis, and  transmission of the Wuhan coronavirus.
  • How to make a hand sanitizer at home (BabaMail)
  • Soon there will be tons of TP, but some food items might be scarce (CNBC)
  • Trump says coronavirus crisis could stretch into August (CNBC)
  • Symptoms of COVID-19 from a WHO analysis of 55,000+ confirmed cases in China (WebMD)
  • 6 evidence-based ways to boost your immune system (Sixty&Me)
  • Homeless seize vacant houses, citing coronavirus (Los Angeles Times)
  • Acts of kindness during coronavirus crisis (BabaMail)
  • Madness: Germany closes border, but allows “migrants” to come in (InfoWars)
  • U.S. temporarily suspends refugee admissions due to Wuhan virus (Jihad Watch)
  • Evil: After Sen. Rand Paul diagnosed with COVID-19, Nancy Pelosi’s daughter applauds Paul’s assaulter (Summit News)
  • Malaria drug chloroquine successful against coronavirus:
    • Effective since 2005 (Breitbart)
    • 100% success rate with zinc (Gateway Pundit)
    • French peer-reviewed study 100% success rate (Daily Wire)
    • Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin as a treatment of COVID-19: results of an open-
      label non-randomized clinical trial (drive.google.com)
  • Massive doses of vitamin C to treat coronavirus patients (New York Post)
  • Stanford research director says we are ‘severely’ overreacting to coronavirus based on ‘utterly unreliable’ data (Daily Wire)
  • Now it’s hantavirus: Man died on bus in China tests positive for hantavirus (New York Post)
  • NY’s ventilator shortage traced to Gov. Cuomo who attacks Pres. Trump for it (The Federalist Papers)
  • Gallup Poll Finds 60 Percent Approve of Trump’s Handling of Coronavirus – Media Underwater (The Federalist Papers)
  • The curious age discrimination of coronavirus (Spectator USA)
  • Coronavirus bill passes Senate; blocks federal funding for Planned Parenthood (CNA)
  • CDC’s Dr. Fauci: Wuhan coronavirus may be no more lethal than the seasonal flu (New England Journal of Medicine)
  • Dyson designs ventilator in 10 days, now making 15,000 (source)
  • Bipartisan effort to hold Chinese government financially accountable for coronavirus outbreak (Daily Caller)
  • Stanford professor: Data indicates we’re severely overreacting to coronavirus (Daily Wire)
  • Family physician’s advice on handling food/groceries:

 

 

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Animal cuties to de-stress from Wuhan coronavirus

 

This chicken plays (pecks) America the Beautiful on a toy piano!

 

Meanwhile, on the U.C. Berkeley campus, a pair of peregrine falcons have returned to nest atop the Campanile bell tower. The female falcon, Annie, has laid four eggs. Hatch day is expected to be April 18.

Here’s the link to a livecam to watch the falcons.

And lastly, the ultimate de-stressor! – A flock of hummingbirds take a bath.

~Eowyn

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Friday funnies & how to de-stress yourself from the Wuhan coronavirus

All of California, the most populous state in the U.S., is now in lockdown, which means 40 million people — especially the elderly, those with existing medical conditions such as diabetes, respiratory and coronary diseases — are told to “shelter in place,” i.e., to stay in their homes, except for going out for “essential” reasons, such as grocery-shopping and medical emergencies.

Whatever you may think of this virus, its effects are real and terrible even for the young.

Below is a harrowing description from a 25-year-old Brit, Connor Reed, who was working in Wuhan, China, when he came down with the demon virus last November, months before the Chinese Communist government told the world about the virus (Daily Mail):

Connor Reed

Day 1 — Monday November 25: I have a cold. I’m sneezing and my eyes are a bit bleary. It isn’t bad enough to keep me off work. I arrived in this country to teach English as a foreign language — but now I’m a manager at a school in Wuhan, the city in central China where I have lived for the past seven months.

I speak Mandarin well, and the job is interesting. My cold shouldn’t be very contagious, so I have no qualms about going to work. And I live alone, so I’m not likely to give it to anyone. There hasn’t been anything in the news here about viruses. I have no cause for concern. It’s just a sniffle….

Day 5: I’m over my cold. It really wasn’t anything.

Day 7: I spoke too soon. I feel dreadful. This is no longer just a cold. I ache all over, my head is thumping, my eyes are burning, my throat is constricted. The cold has travelled down to my chest and I have a hacking cough…. The symptoms hit me this afternoon like a train…. Even getting out of bed hurts. I am propped up on pillows, watching TV and trying not to cough too much because it is painful.

Day 9: …I’ve lost my appetite too.

Day 10: I’m still running a temperature. I’ve finished the quarter-bottle of whisky, and I don’t feel well enough to go out and get any more. It doesn’t matter: I don’t think hot toddies were making much difference.

Day 11: Suddenly, I’m feeling better, physically at least. The flu has lifted….

Day 12: I’ve had a relapse. Just as I thought the flu was getting better, it has come back with a vengeance. My breathing is laboured. Just getting up and going to the bathroom leaves me panting and exhausted. I’m sweating, burning up, dizzy and shivering. The television is on but I can’t make sense of it. This is a nightmare.

By the afternoon, I feel like I am suffocating. I have never been this ill in my life. I can’t take more than sips of air and, when I breathe out, my lungs sound like a paper bag being crumpled up. This isn’t right. I need to see a doctor. But if I call the emergency services, I’ll have to pay for the ambulance call-out myself. That’s going to cost a fortune. I’m ill, but I don’t think I’m dying — am I?

Surely I can survive a taxi journey. I decide to go to Zhongnan University Hospital because there are plenty of foreign doctors there, studying. It isn’t rational but, in my feverish state, I want to see a British doctor. My Mandarin is pretty good, so I have no language problem when I call the taxi. It’s a 20-minute ride. As soon as I get there, a doctor diagnoses pneumonia. So that’s why my lungs are making that noise. I am sent for a battery of tests lasting six hours.

Day 13: I arrived back at my apartment late yesterday evening. The doctor prescribed antibiotics for the pneumonia but I’m reluctant to take them — I’m worried that my body will become resistant to the drugs and, if I ever get really ill and need them, they won’t work. I prefer to beat this with traditional remedies if I can.

It helps, simply knowing that this is pneumonia. I’m only 25 and generally healthy: I tell myself there’s no reason for alarm. I have some Tiger Balm. It’s like Vick’s vapour rub on steroids. I pour some into a bowl of hot water and sit with a towel over my head, inhaling the fumes. I’m going ‘old school’. And I’ve still got the antibiotics in reserve if I need them….

Day 15: All the days are now blurring into one….

Day 17: I am feeling slightly better, but I don’t want to get my hopes up yet. I’ve been here before.

Day 18: My lungs no longer sound like bundles of broken twigs.

Day 19: I am well enough to stagger out of doors to get more Tiger Balm. My nose has cleared enough to smell what my neighbours are cooking, and I think I might have an appetite for the first time in nearly two weeks.

Day 22: I was hoping to be back at work today but no such luck. The pneumonia has gone — but now I ache as if I’ve been run over by a steamroller.My sinuses are agony, and my eardrums feel ready to pop. I know I shouldn’t but I’m massaging my inner ear with cotton buds, trying to take the pain away.

Day 24: Hallelujah! I think I’m better. Who knew flu could be as horrible as that, though?….

Day 36: A tip-off from a friend sends me hurrying to the shops. Apparently, the Chinese officials are concerned about a new virus that is taking hold in the city. There are rumours about a curfew or travel restrictions. I know what this will mean — panic buying in the shops. I need to stock up on essentials before everyone else does.

Day 37: The rumours were right. Everyone is being told to stay indoors. From what I’ve heard, the virus is like a nasty dose of flu that can cause pneumonia. Well, that sounds familiar.

Day 52: A notification from the hospital informs me that I was infected with the Wuhan coronavirus….

Day 67: The whole world has now heard about coronavirus.

As the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic rages on, wreaking inestimable and unprecedented havoc and destruction to the economy and jobs, we each must do our best to protect our immune system. Stress is lethal, because it impairs our immune system — and our immune system must be strong and healthy to better withstand this demon virus. Here are some pointers:

(1) Avoid stress, and if you are under stress, make sure you find ways to calm down and relax. Studies have shown that meditation helps — and PRAYING is a form of meditation.

(2) Eat healthy: When we’re under stress, being human we tend to over-indulge in “comfort” and junk food. Alas, that will just make things worse. So make sure you are eating healthy in these trying times. That means plenty of veggies, fruits, whole grains and lean meat. And go easy on the alcohol. Your body will thank you, and you’ll also feel healthier, cleaner, and stronger.

(3) Exercise: Some of us are ordered to “shelter in place,” which means going to the gym is a no-no. So exercise in the outdoors: walking, running, bicycling….

(4) Sleep: Studies have shown that sleep deficit can be deadly. See “Sleepless in America: Health dangers of less than 8 hr/night sleep”.

Here are some funnies to de-stress and enhance our immune system!

And the best for last.

I guarantee you will LOL. 😀

For more coronavirus funnies, see:

~Eowyn

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The ‘Poor Bloke’ Caption Contest

This Caption Contest is now closed.

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This is the 221st world-famous FOTM Caption Contest!

Here’s the pic:

You know the drill:

  • Enter the contest by submitting your caption as a comment on this thread (scroll down until you see the “LEAVE A REPLY” box).
  • FOTM writers will vote for the winner.
  • Any captions proffered by FOTM writers, no matter how brilliant (ha ha), will not be considered. :(

This contest will be closed in a week, at the end of next Tuesday, March 24, 2020.

To get the contest going, here’s my caption:

Bernie lookalike: “Hey, maybe the DNC would give me a free lakefront home like they did for Bernie in 2016!”

For the winners of our last Caption Contest, click here.

~Eowyn

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We have three winners!

The writers of FOTM voted for what each considered to be the best (#1) and second-best (#2) captions. Each #1 vote is worth 4 points; a #2 vote is worth 2 points. Only two points separated the winner from the runner-up!

There were so many really clever caption submissions, which is why we have an unprecedented triple winners for this caption contest. 😀

And the winners of the 220th FOTM Caption Contest, each with 8 points, are . . .

Brane Frees, Larry and Lola!

Here are the winning captions:

Brane Frees: “You gotta be half nuts to wear an outfit like this.”
Larry: “When viagra goes wrong”
Lola: “This is a Testes of the Emergency Bad Fashion Broadcast System.”

Note: Brane Frees (what a clever alias/handle!) received one #1 vote and two #2 votes; Larry and Lola each received two #1 votes.

Captain America is in 2nd place with one #1 vote and 4 points. Here is his caption:

“Depends Millennials”. For all the young poopy-pants out there.

Amanda, Jackie Puppet, Jim and truckjunkie are in 3rd place, each with one #2 vote and 2 points. Here are their captions:

Amanda: “Hey Bill, where’s the zipper?
Just use the pants Henry. That’s what I did.”

Jackie Puppet: “Elephantiasis of the balls!”

Jim: “Now let them talk about manspreading.”

truckjunkie: “Hey, I know it looks dorky, but I only have to find a Men’s Room once a week.”

WELL DONE, EVERYONE!

Congratulations, Brane Frees, Larry, and Lola!!!

For all the other caption submissions, go here.

Be here later today for our next, very exciting Caption Contest! 😀

~Eowyn

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Wuhan coronavirus: S.F. Bay Area in quarantine until April 7

Residents of San Francisco Bay Area counties are ordered to “shelter in place” for some three weeks in an extraordinary attempt to slow the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus.

To date, the Bay Area has 273 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 4 deaths.

Nick Garber reports for Patch that beginning at 12:01 a.m. tomorrow (Tuesday, March 17) and lasting for three weeks until at least April 7, residents of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties in the S.F. Bay Area are ordered to “shelter in place”.

The “shelter in place” order is likely the strictest measure taken anywhere in the U.S. against COVID-19:

  1. Residents are asked to stay home except for essential activities like seeking health care, shopping for food or other supplies.
  2. Outdoor activities like jogging and walking are allowed, but residents have to maintain a social distance of six feet, officials said.
  3. Businesses may remain open if they fall under a list of “essential businesses”— otherwise, they are asked to “cease all activities beyond minimum basic operations.” Many businesses would be shuttered, only allowing grocery stores, police and fire departments, pharmacies and some other businesses to stay open, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said in an announcement.
  4. Public transit will remain open, officials said.
  5. Homeless people are not subject to the order but the state is encouraging them to seek shelter.

My question:

How will they enforce this order? With martial law?

Another local news report says The “shelter in place” will be enforced by local police. But police departments are already over-stressed and under-staffed, so how will they have the manpower to enforce this mass quarantine?

~Eowyn

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Wuhan Coronavirus Madness and Funnies!

Madness or Funny? You decide!


In the Iranian city of Qom, a Muslim cleric named Ayatollah Tabrizian denounced Western medicine and suggested alternative methods to combat the Wuhan virus-induced COVID-19 respiratory disease.

Along with combing your hair thoroughly, consuming copious amounts of brown sugar, burning wild rue, and  inhaling snuff, Ayatollah Tabrizian suggested the novel technique of smearing violet leaf oil on one’s anus. He posted this on the social messaging service Telegram (source: The New Arab):

“Before bedtime, drench some cotton in violet oil and apply onto your anus”

In India, a Hindu group hosted a cow-urine drinking party on Saturday to ward off the Wuhan virus in the belief that cow pee has magical medicinal properties because Hindus consider cows to be sacred. (Daily Mail)

Meanwhile, in the United States, last Thursday afternoon (March 12) in a jam-packed Sam’s Club of panicked shoppers in metro Atlanta, Georgia, a fight broke out when a man in a motorized shopping cart bumped into the cart pushed by a man and woman.

Motorized-man and cart-man grabbed wine bottles and began hitting each other, which ended in one man being wheeled out of the store on a stretcher. (AJC)

I suggest you lower your volume before clicking on the video below.

On Saturday, March 14, in Oregon, the Newport Police Department asked the public not to call 9-1-1 because they ran out of toilet paper. Below is the Newport PD’s post on Facebook:

It’s hard to believe that we even have to post this. Do not call 9-1-1 just because you ran out of toilet paper. You will survive without our assistance.
In fact, history offers many other options for you in your time of need if you cannot find a roll of your favorite soft, ultra plush two-ply citrus scented tissue. Seamen used old rope and anchor lines soaked in salt water. Ancient Romans used a sea sponge on a stick, also soaked in salt water. We are a coastal town. We have an abundance of salt water available. Sea shells were also used. Mayans used corn cobs. Colonial Americans also used the core of the cob. Farmers not only used corn cobs, but used pages from the Farmers Almanac. Many Americans took advantage of the numerous pages torn from free catalogs such as Sears and Roebuck. The Sears Christmas catalog, four times thicker than the normal catalog, could get a family of three wiped clean from December through Valentine’s Day; or Saint Patrick’s Day if they were frugal. Then, of course, there are always alternatives to toilet paper. Grocery receipts, newspaper, cloth rags, lace, cotton balls, and that empty toilet paper roll sitting on the holder right now. Plus, there are a variety of leaves you can safely use. Mother Earth News magazine will even tell you how to make your own wipes using fifteen different leaves. When all else fails, you have magazine pages. Start saving those catalogs you get in the mail that you usually toss into the recycle bin.
Be resourceful. Be patient. There is a TP shortage. This too shall pass. Just don’t call 9-1-1. We cannot bring you toilet paper.

Meanwhile, back in Iran, the epicenter of the pandemic in the Middle East, yesterday the government reported 113 new Wuhan coronavirus deaths, the country’s biggest single-day jump in fatalities since the outbreak began, bringing the death toll to 724, and confirmed COVID-19 cases to nearly 14,000. There are reasons to suspect the actual number of infections in Iran is much higher.

But as countries across Europe, the latest being Germany, close their borders to contain the Wuhan virus, President Hassan Rouhani of Iran ruled out a general quarantine and said the government was working to keep open the country’s borders. (Fox News)

~Eowyn

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President Trump declares today a National Day of Prayer; tested negative for Wuhan coronavirus

Romans 5:1-2, 5-8

Brothers and sisters:
Since we have been justified by faith,
we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ,
through whom we have gained access by faith
to this grace in which we stand,
and we boast in hope of the glory of God.

And hope does not disappoint,
because the love of God has been poured out into our hearts
through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.
For Christ, while we were still helpless,
died at the appointed time for the ungodly.
Indeed, only with difficulty does one die for a just person,
though perhaps for a good person one might even find courage to die.
But God proves his love for us
in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.

President Trump has declared today, Sunday, March 15, 2020, to be a National Day of Prayer. Here is his tweet:

It is my great honor to declare Sunday, March 15th as a National Day of Prayer. We are a Country that, throughout our history, has looked to God for protection and strength in times like these.

No matter where you may be, I encourage you to turn towards prayer in an act of faith. Together, we will easily PREVAIL!

On Friday, March 13, President Trump also declared a national state of emergency due to the Wuhan coronavirus-induced respiratory illness, COVID-19.

In so doing, Trump has freed up to $50 billion in federal funding to federal, state and local governments attempting to combat COVID-19, as well as enabling the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to mobilize personnel more quickly to help state and local agencies and leaders.

Trump also said and urged the following:

  • Waive interest on federal student loans “until further notice”.
  • The Department of Energy will buy up crude oil for storage in U.S. reserves.
  • States should set up emergency operation centers and hospitals in accordance with active emergency preparedness plans.
  • Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar is given “broad new authority” allowing him to waive various laws and regulations related to hospital operations.
  • U.S. government is partnering with private companies to increase Wuhan virus testing capabilities.
  • Trump administration is working to set up drive-thru test sites. He met earlier in the day with lab and pharmacy executives to discuss the initiative.

Meanwhile, yesterday evening, White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said President Trump has tested negative for COVID-19. Dr. Conley said in a press release:

Last night after an in-depth discussion with the President regrading COVID-19 testing, he elected to proceed. This evening I received confirmation that the test is negative.

One week after having dinner with the Brazilian delegation in Mar-a-Lago, the President remains symptom-free. I have been in daily contact with the CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] and White House Coronavirus Task Force, and we are encouraging the implementation of all their best practices for exposure reduction and transmission mitigation.

Please pray for our President.

Please pray for America.

Click here for an article on how to live our life in the age of coronavirus.

See also “Coronavirus precautions you should take from a medical doctor-virologist” and “What President Trump is doing about the coronavirus epidemic”.

May the love and peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you,

~Eowyn

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Media hypocrisy: Trump calling it ‘Wuhan virus’ is racist, but media hacks themselves called it just that

The current coronavirus is misnamed because it is not specific enough. Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that cause respiratory tract infections. Coronaviruses include the common cold, the seasonal flu virus, and rarer forms such as SARS, MERS, and the current virus wreaking havoc around the world. That virus originated in China, in the city of Wuhan.

Note: SARS-CoV (Severe Acute Respirtory Syndrome-CoronaVirus) had also originated in China — in southern China in 2002.

The medical name for the current coronavirus is SARS-CoV-2.

The disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 is named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”).

On Wednesday night, March 11, once again President Trump spoke to the nation about what the federal government is doing about the Wuhan coronavirus.

MSM jackals, especially CNN, seized on Trump calling the virus the Wuhan virus, and accused him of racism.

Why is that racist?

Did you know that MERS that first broke out in June 2012 in Saudi Arabia refers to Middle East Respiratory Syndrome?

Why is it okay to call MERS the “Middle East” coronavirus, but it’s racist to call the current coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China the Wuhan or Chinese coronavirus?

To top it off, the very same MSM jackals who are accusing Trump of racism themselves had referred to the virus as the Wuhan coronavirus! — which makes them, by their own yardstick, rank racists.

Here’s the evidence:

See also:

~Eowyn

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