Omygdaily – June 24 2016

By | June 24, 2016

A compendium of news/articles/videos/pictures/events/stories that triggered the “Oh my god alarm!” Omygdaily – June 24 2016 edition will discuss:

  • BREXIT. Great Britain votes to leave the European Union.
  • Workaholics have psychiatric disorders, a new study finds.
  • How a football player was red-carded for breaking wind during a football game.
  • Alligator attack at the Walt Disney World Hotel; one two-year old child killed. Gator captured.

News

BREXIT. Great Britain votes to leave the European Union. (Read More)

I am absolutely stunned by this result. I wasn’t expecting this at all. There is, certainly, a glitch in the matrix. This wasn’t supposed to happen, but somehow it did. The elites are not going to be happy with this result; they somehow lost control here, they somehow messed it up, big time, with this one. Maybe, David Cameron was just too confident that “Remain” will prevail in this referendum. Somehow that didn’t come to fruition, and his handlers are not pleased with the result. Hence, he was the first one to be booted out. Many other will follow soon. 

Or, maybe, this whole thing was very nicely planned and executed, just like the 2008 financial crisis. Maybe, the “Leave” campaigners were purposefully guided to a win, and it was done so for specific reasons, which, obviously, we are not privy to. The plans of the elites will only become clear in a few short days, months, years or decades. Maybe it will not happen in my lifetime, but history books will be written about BREXIT.

Now, which camp am I in?

I believe that the “Leave” won the referendum because the elites have bigger plans in the pipeline. It seems, both Scotland and Northern Ireland will now hold referendums on whether they want to stay in the UK or not. Both Scotland and Northern Ireland have voted overwhelmingly to stay in the EU, which puts both those countries at odds with England and Wales. Furthermore, there are whispers that, with BREXIT, London may no longer remain the financial hub of the world and many firms will relocate to Frankfurt. Finally, the big guys, Soros, Icahn, et al., had gone massively short recently, and they have certainly made a killing in the market today.

Many experts think that the EU will break up now, but none are considering the UK breaking up. What if the UK is the intended target, and the UK is the union that breaks up now? Something big is going to happen and we, the proles, are not aware of the hidden plans. Plan accordingly!


Psychology

Workaholics have psychiatric disorders, a new study finds. (Read More)

According to a study conducted by psychologists from University of Bergen, Norway, 32.7% of workaholics also met ADHD criteria, compared to 12.7% of non-workaholics; 25.6% of workaholics also met OCD criteria, compared to 8.7% of non-workaholics; 33.8% of workaholics also met anxiety criteria, compared to 11.9% of non-workaholics; 8.9% of workaholics also met depression criteria, compared to 2.6% of non-workaholics.

Now, I don’t think workaholics suffer from any psychiatric disorders, I think they are simply nuts. I was a workaholic, and I realize now that I was just nuts for being one. After spending decades in the corporate world, I have realized that being a workaholic doesn’t endear you to the management; you are just as disposable at the next person. I was, and you are, just a number in the payroll system. Remember this:

“You are not special. You’re not a beautiful and unique snowflake. You’re the same decaying organic matter as everything else. We’re all part of the same compost heap. We’re all singing, all dancing crap of the world.”—from the book Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk.

Sports

Breaking wind during a football game gets a player red-carded. (Read More)

This guy breaks wind during a football match, and he is booted off the playing field. Where is the justice here? People pee in the shower, they pee in the swimming pool, they pee when they go out swimming in a lake, they involuntarily pee their pants when drunk, they pee when they are scared sh**less; however, none of those folks are red-carded or booted out from the epicenter of the activity. Where it the justice here? Yes, I do realize I am talking about peeing here, but people break wind at the most inopportune moment, too. So, and I ask again, where is the justice here? Poor Swedish football player, must have had really spicy food. Tongue-in-cheek, my friends, tongue-in-cheek.


Wildlife

Alligator attack at the Walt Disney World Hotel; one two-year old child killed. Gator captured. (Read More, Read More)

Recently, a two-year old boy was killed by a gator at the Walt Disney World Hotel in Florida. The little kid who was pulled by a gator into the lagoon, next to the hotel, died due to drowning. A couple of days ago, Florida wildlife authorities released a statement saying that they “…believe they’ve captured the alligator that dragged a 2-year-old Nebraska boy…“. The operative word here is “believe”. They “based their conclusions on expert analyses and observations by staff with extensive experience in investigating fatal alligator bites.” What kind of experts do they have in their payroll, if those same experts cannot authoritatively identify the gator involved. Isn’t this why they are called “experts?” This is what I have realized during my journey through life—most experts are full of it. Don’t believe anything they say. Challenge them… respectfully.


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