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  1. In Uttar Pradesh a part of India that compares in population to the 7-8 largest country, 241 Million people were treated with Ivermectin crushing SARS-CoV-2 while an adjacent state was crushed for not using it. Merck holds the patent for the bacteria in Ivermectin. It doesnt want to repurpose a drug when it can push a higher cost Monupiravir.
  2. The woke military and its academies. As seen on Woke Point Face Book page. Meet West Point's Brigade Respect Captain! Cadet Menna Mohamed, an Arabic major, and New York City native chose West Point after developing a burning desire to serve the country that made the American dream possible for both of her parents. West Point was introduced to her by her older brother, Samir Abdelkhalek, USMA Class of 2016, and older sister, Amira Mohamed, USMA Class of 2020. “I hope to invoke prominent change in bettering our culture of Respect.
  3. Me too. He said he was working out again within 5 days. He knew the score with which drugs and doctors to use to go after it aggressively. The Joe Rogan protocol is not....wait.... I found an online source that connects drs with people requesting z pac and invermectin through local pharmacies. Might be a good pro active plan. The media will not mention facts that challenge the status quo. It's known how to treat this, Fauci lied to Congress about supporting gain of function at the epi center for the virus and his role as #1 health advisor despite the profound and bizarre coincidence, invermectin won its discoverer the Nobel prize, and its rarely toxic. Nope, instead MSM'll (Rolling Stone) talk about fictitious gun shot victims having to wait because people have overdosed on horse wormer. There's nothing in it for them because admitting to any single fact exposes it to the masses.
  4. Its almost as if it were planned. heh The General Officers are thinking about double dipping once they get relieved of their commands. Nothing like a wrench thrown in to cause a stir.
  5. Your tone is condescending. You would not consult other advice if serious enough that a Dr is telling you you're going to lose a limb or organ or libido just accept it, is that what you're telling me? If I had done that I'd be living in pain. 2 torn meniscii, tennis elbow and basal arthritis. An ortho cancelled on me and I instead researched and was treated with my own stem cells and my own blood (PRP). By a non cutting kind of Dr. Sure, I paid. Not a covered event. But I'm worth it. Falling into the trap of never changing perspectives, routines and stifled information might not save your life. And I thought you were making the over arching point that your life or mine is important. Silly me.
  6. Listen to a Dr? As one who knows everything there is? They aren't scientists. I spent less time on getting a shot for SARS-CoV-2 than on this newly minted lack of bedside manner, "Dr" who upon seeing an "elevated" score for cholesterols next words were statins. F'em and the horse they ride in on. Long gone are the days of trusting whatever comes out of their mouths without giving consideration to your mind, your body first. Have you seen the Olympics? Ever hear of a Dr Larry Nassar? No? Or the corrupt Olympic organization (that allowed Russia to pose as ROC this year after its use of drugs in RIo) that attempted to give $200M to the over 150 girls that he penetrated? Sure trust the Drs', lawyers, vendors that come into your home, politicians, Chinese. Care to add more?
  7. Michael, Thanks for reminding me why I read Objectivist Living. On a side note. I listen to a podcast of Victor David Hanson. His arsenal is sets of facts that he straightforwardly (with no axe to grind) goes through whenever asked about how we got here. Its plain to see the extent of the moral crimes from the items he lays out that are self explanatory. So...just thank you.
  8. Every time I made a prank call on an old princess phone land line I felt the same rush.
  9. The aha moment - Their immune system is far more robust. A few bugs, rats, feces in meals never hurt anyone. I have a home and a relatively good life without covid shots and as healthy as a 68 yr old can be.
  10. Shades of Vince Foster without the subsequent years later exploration of details. Coroner finds cause of death but who orders an autopsy when a death is deemed unsuspicious? We may never find out while the Capitol still resembles a war zone and efforts to find those involved in the "insurrection" take all admin time of police. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the general population and 230 officer suicides were reported in 2019.
  11. Vaccinations keep people safe? Gibraltar Located on the southern coast of Spain, the British overseas territory fully vaccinated 99% of its roughly 34,000 residents by June 1st. COVID-19 is supposed to be gone, right? But cases have exploded in July. Despite virtually everyone being double jabbed, restrictions are coming back. Now let’s investigate the Nordic island nation of Iceland. Iceland has a population of around 369,000 individuals. The ‘Land of Fire and Ice’ has vaccinated roughly 90% of its adult population and briefly dropped all domestic restrictions the previous months. Everything back to normal, right? Iceland has witnessed an explosion of cases the previous two weeks and restrictions have returned with a vengeance. Follow on Telegram @WeLoveTrumpNoah Iceland has reinstituted masks, social distancing, and lockdowns in response to the spike in cases. Despite one of the world’s highest vaccination rates, Iceland continues to set new daily case records. In fact, Worldometer indicates Iceland set another daily record on the day of this writing.
  12. Oh, I harken days of yore when I could park without authorization in the 2nd parking lot and walk unimpeded to my destination. I carried a box of tools and parts and could go anywhere by myself.
  13. Maybe he does know it. But an 80 yr old under pressure fidgets and isn't more normal than not? At his age he likely wanted to leave his post sooner. Now under pressure he finds he cannot and still live with the person he became.
  14. Welp, I durn near live in a holler in Virginny. Like a pig in a poke. No joke Again I say I can guarantee your statement on SARS-CoV2, vax's, and health are overwrought hyperbole. Similar to Hill Billies and Janes, SW Virginia is isolated by it's strict adherence to lock down protocol because they are of one mind, FEAR, that keeps the unvaccinated unworried in the extreme. Ye, though I walk through "The Valley" (local reference to Roanoke Valley) the fear attaches like stench leaving residual affects and behavior patterns for the next wave whether it comes or not. I can feel it like I can taste water differences. Never thought to give credence to FDA approvals but none of the vax's had that since Warp Speed was ushered through by Big Pharma. So what do you trust more? And isn't it too late. Quit harpin on your opine as you still sound unsure of everything. if i wern a dag hillbillie n'er trus folks who holler da know. Yall pre sum, aint no squat.
  15. 'Mam, you have the internet and appear interested. If its evidence you want. You made an interesting connection. It may not be apparent. In a similar fashion the root cause for terrorism that made its way past our FBI guardians, those entrusted to insure justice (principle for right action) would stay intact; took a few days off (HA). Yet the consequential (willingly) blind (prosecution) leading the blind (jurors) led toward, I say, the same "fate". That is the act of bedrock principles failing. Both situations missed their aim by long shots. Did you read the autopsy report? "Signed by Dr. Andrew M. Baker, it says Floyd had tested positive for the novel coronavirus on April 3. A post-mortem nasal swab confirmed that diagnosis. In addition to fentanyl and methamphetamine, the toxicology report from the autopsy showed that Floyd also had cannabinoids in his system when he died. Floyd also had heart disease, hypertension and sickle cell trait..." What I find strange is so commonly understood about SARS-CoV-2 yet is conspicuously missing. These findings should at least have mitigated a murder charge into probation given the officer was carrying out MPD training protocol.
  16. Floy died of a heart condition and Fentanyl. He also tested positive for Covid. Someone with the vaguest knowledge of SARS-2 will tell you breathing is compromised. But that simply scratches the surface. The resistance he offered was met with a training manual hold. The mere fact that he died isn't nearly enough to connect a charge of murder. I don't know where you get your news from but its clear there's not depth to it.
  17. I know if you want you can obtain less prejudicial information than that. Try harder.
  18. The f'g injustice of it all. Derek Chauvin found guilty of 2nd degree murder and sentenced to 22 1/2 yrs. He's 45 yrs old. Consider the bigger picture for those who want something to burn. The police procedures for restraining criminals who resist. Oh no, that would be an indictment of training methods. Its clear proper methods were used. https://www.theepochtimes.com/derek-chauvin-sentenced-to-over-years-in-prison-over-george-floyds-death_3874596.html
  19. Here's an obviously beautiful song. Notice the octave change. It had been so long since I last heard this I didn't recall it. It's a Franklin Glider capo. It makes the song.
  20. Yes, its the melody not the lyric that is so evocative. Exactly. Plaintive....heart rending lamentation. You've listened to a lot of music to describe this so well. Though Guantanemera sounds like the aching of one persons heart I'm beginning to recognize what is known as "call and response" ie; a questioning phrase and its answer. I suppose the give and take in it is between the listener and the song. It's in the pocket.
  21. I was down in ole Cozemel having a drink and 2 guitarists made their way towards my table, being the only gringo in the crowd they may have figured I'd pay to hear them. Right they were. "Do you know Guantanemera", I asked.? Si Senor. I asked them to play and sing it 3 times. Love the song as one of those I latched on to in my youth. Same with Sukyaki.
  22. Probably will lose her job whether it was advertising her Craig List for sale items or asking single males to contact her FB page going rogue has a price. Same for the network guy who didn't cut the line after 5 seconds. Makes for a great bloopers moment.
  23. https://www.chordai.net I like electronic gadgets. I wanted to see if the chording for guitar is accurate. It is. Its a phone app. Play any recorded song from Itunes, Spotify, You Tube etc and it gives key recognition, tempo, real time chord charting etc. There are chords constructed using many fingerings, but while I knew a lot of fingerings I sometimes don't know the chord names. And after a 40+ yr pause and losing a fretting joint it was helpful. It made sense to me but we'll see if it can save money on tablature and print outs. There's this site https://www.hooktheory.com/hookpad. It also shows chord progressions for many popular songs. It was helpful after learning major/minor keys and how find complementary chords for song writing in western music.
  24. Leads to a "page not found", Mark.