Repo Man (1984) ~might need to download for playback, and even then it might require reactivating failed download numerous times~
https://www.tiktok.com/@schizophrenichi ... _webapp=v1
Interesting: some of his videos highlight a lot of paranormal beliefs (which ultimately discredit most claims if they aren't also documented and corroborated by people as a group, or demonstrate some phenomenon that can't be attributed to mental hallucination if they are actually otherwise indicating error in documenting something like an EVP or photographic anomaly (which incidentally is convenient for people to attribute mental pathology vs mechanical error or ignorance of physics.)
I have a book (Marco Polo by Michael Yamashita) photographing the areas that Marco Polo traveled to.
Videos with far less time spent producing them (and which often are based around followers with a repetitive message) seem to get significantly more views within a day. This one is a week old and a PBS documentary, with 4k views.
Auto-translate doesn't work well, though it does have Italian subtitles in the video. . . I have a La Boheme recording of Pavorotti which was an earlier recording (probably 1980s or 1990s), and I probably need to find the opera score to read over it.
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A Phone app by Google can replace the call monitoring in cell phones, which may well reduce most of the scam calls (and often when you search the numbers in search engines, they have a bogus auto-generated name.) Any VOIP calls have a process they go through, but also it actually seems to flag most of the spoof calls (though I've yet to mess with it much.)
My guess is he was going through a mental health crisis (but his foot tracks literally disappeared, though what if he was reenacting a scene from The Shining, but also threw a rock into the ice to give the impression he had drowned? Anything he had on him in Pittsfield, Massachusetts could have been gear he snatched up or was given, with the full intent of keeping it secret that he was lost and found? I remember seeing "missing" persons reports that later turned out fine, and it's possible that he didn't want to tell his parents he was having second thoughts about everything (or had his own personal secrets he didn't want them to know about and merely went missing until he figured it didn't work out?) https://www.quora.com/Is-Steven-Kubacki ... ust-a-hoax
It would be especially interesting if people with dementia or Alzheimers who are always getting lost had a Gopro camera attached to them so that people would live stream it. . . and presumably help them. If they had dementia and barged into an abandoned building, that would be another thing (and they could have a youtube channel.)
Jars with water moats surrounding a cup of beer, wine, or coffee grounds, are something I need to try. I've been seeing a ton of cockroaches, and they even crawl down from air vents leading from the attic. Borax and sugar (which some say should be mixed together to form a paste, when really it should remain dry since drinking water is what activates it,) are something I used, and I believe it's been mostly eaten. Using a piece of onion in the middle of a tape strip (which can be set inside some kind of container for a crawl space) is something that may also work. Several adult insects are just crawling around various areas, and they lay eggs every month.
Borax is also toxic to breathe in, so ideally it shouldn't be something that goes airborne by movement, but perhaps could be added under cabinets and crawl spaces.
The actor in Carrie was turned down in favor of Mark Hamill, whereas William Katt eventually goes onto act in a forgettable ($5 million out of a $9 million budget movie called 'First Love.') Most all actors in Carrie were in their mid-20s, playing as 17-18-year-olds.
At 26 minutes Trump's uncle (John G. Trump) has some involvement in Nikola Tesla at the time of his death and seems to have been responsible for suppressing information on what Nikola Tesla invented, for purposes of defense interest (though really, he saw no interest of value purportedly.)
He had ideas that often fell short of practicality (so basically, much like the reason for AC current being a much better alternative to DC for the reason of how it can travel through a wire over long distances, the wireless power idea had similar limitations, and could equally be dangerous to electrical devices as it couldn't isolate where the current was going. It was extremely energy draining and created a very short available distance for how the power was utilized, and he had already implemented projects that were known to cause power blackouts.
Still some decent insights and perhaps some questions that still haven't fully been answered, but I can't help they deliberately leave things out to make it seem more mysterious than it really is. One thing to note is that Tesla gave various hints that he never actually created a prototype for the Teleforce device (aka Death Ray as it was referred to which he hated, much like calling the Howard Hughes Hercules plane the Spruce Goose,) and Tesla always had good ideas but bad implementation.