COVID magic numbers

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Every single number in this (massaged) story is occult.

It’s off the charts in your face.

It’s not magic – it’s just in-your-face scripting, graffiti for the scriptwriters to tell tell each other that their audience is as dumb as rocks for (not) noticing, and not being able to do a damn thing about it.

 

Ontario’s regional transit agency says ridership on its bus and rail network is down to approximately 33,000 people per day, a 90 per cent decrease since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Metrolinx, which operates GO Transit in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, says ridership dipped to those levels last week and has stayed there as people continue to work from home and self-isolate. ‘A glimmer of hope’: Health officials expect number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario to start going down soon A spokesper.

Prior to the pandemic, daily ridership on GO Transit was approximately 330,000 people.

Revenue has also plunged for the agency, down to $1.1 million a week from $11 million weekly prior to the pandemic.

Three GO Transit workers have tested positive for the virus, with another three having probable cases.

Source: GO Transit ridership down 90% as people stay home during COVID-19 pandemic | CBC News

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2 thoughts on “COVID magic numbers

  1. Jack33Jack33

    I’d say they’re definitely markers for those in-the-know.

    There was a guest writer on P.O.M. a couple years back by the name, ‘Straight-from-the-Devil’s- Mouth,’ who had done some excellent research on these numbers we always see popping up in these stories.
    He theorized these numbers were being used all throughout Wikipedia to signal others in-the-know as to whether a story was bogus nor not.
    He even had a page on WordPress showcasing a dozen or so Wiki entries he’d analyzed to show it was indeed the case.

    Then one day he posted a statement on his site renouncing his claim and findings, saying that he had begun following Qanon and that his beliefs had changed radically. His page at WordPress has since been deleted.

    Figure that one out.
    I find it very hard to believe he fell for the Qanon nonsense, as he was way to smart to be fooled by something like that.
    This leads me to think that possibly either he hit on the truth and someone made it clear he best stop or perhaps he hit on the truth and someone made him an employment offer he couldn’t refuse.

    If anyone here knows who I’m talking about and what may have become of him, I’d be interested to know.

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