We are running a bit short this month, so to those who have not stepped up recently and who can afford to do so, we could use your support.
Thank you in advance, we do appreciate it.
Or you can mail donations to Henry Shivley, P.O. Box 964, Chiloquin, Oregon, 97624
18 thoughts on “A Little Help, Please”
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Henry and Laura for their many years of tireless work to provide us with this amazing site and daily broadcasts. I have learned so much over the years and gained more clarity on what lies ahead in terms of assuring freedom for generations to come. In many ways, this is an anti-slavery site, a place where each gets to confirm, “My life is my own, and as long as I don’t infringe on anyone else’s rights, I get to live it as I choose.”
What a big deal that is, especially in a world where we are taught conformity and sameness. We’re taught compromise, where there really is no compromise: we’re either free or we’re not. I just don’t think I could have understood this so clearly without Henry’s illuminating words, day after day. So of course I feel profound gratitude, and with that comes the hope that many will step up to keep the site afloat and even help it thrive. Ships sailing on turbulent waters are indeed steadied by a still-standing lighthouse.
“I just don’t think I could have understood this so clearly without Henry’s illuminating words, day after day. ”
My sentiments exactly galen.
OK THAT’S IT FOR NOW…….HOPE YOU ENJOYED!!!!
WHAT ELSE DO YOU DO WHEN YOUR G-D CAT WAKES YOU UP AT 3 AM LOL 🙂
HE’S NOT REALLY A CAT……HE’S A LITTLE MAN IN A CAT COSTUME
Middle of the night here, too Mary. Couldn’t sleep and woke to your concert. Gift to the soul. You sure did a fine job as DJ tonight. Took me on a journey. Excellent choices of beauty, mastery, nostalgia. I’m sure Tom was glad to have them join the show.
Was thinking your cat may be a Jellical. They have to wake at peculiar times to think about their true name that no one else can know. I have two.
Okay, back to sleep (hopefully). Sigh…
He wanted to go out. I usually let him out before I hit the hay but I kept him in as he seemed to be a bit off kilter. Hope you get a good sleep 🙂
Some help will be in the mail tomorrow.
Thank you Henry and family. I truly appreciate the Trenches and hope you and the rest of us Trenchers can keep waking up the sheeples thru this site.
Great name!! Love it!!!!
Thanks Brother. Blue skies this morning for now, can see the chemtrails in the distance. I can’t even hardly grow peppers this year. They spray that shit bigtime up here in Wa. state. Funny you don’t ever hear farmers complain, it’s got to be hurting there crops if its hurting my little pepper garden.