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Tdurden
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Tangentially related to the medical/insurance/finance racket, if you can believe what he posted on titter, sportball guy Curt Schilling had his insurance polices cancelled by AIG because of his "social media profile." Looks like China's social credit system is spreading faster than their ****ing virus.

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Step55
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Connecticut - Massachusetts
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They also claim t-cells persist for 6 months to several years yet "40% of asymptomatic patients and 13% of symptomatic patients lost detectable antibody response in eight weeks."
Nemowillobserve
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Incept: 2020-05-17

SFL, hopefully sailing soon
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I know our host is not one for conspiracies, but agree or not IMHO this is the big one. It goes back further than the technocratic Fabians and includes every schism from communism to climate change, from social justice to globo-homo, from eugenics to trans humanism, from great reset to brave new world. This is not about corporate profit or some nazi doctors pension. What we are witnessing is the beginnings of the breakaway civilization.
Tickerguy
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@Step55 - Well as I said it's POSSIBLE I had it the first week of January -- but if I did, there were no antibodies by April, because I had tests then and they're negative. And if that January "flu" was in fact Covid, I got it pretty bad with residual pulmonary effects that went on for a long time. In fact I just got back the last couple of VO2Max points in NOVEMBER.

But -- I also haven't gotten it "again" because I still have a few tests remaining.

I'm not paying $150 (plus probably another $50-100 for the blood draw) to find out if I'm T-cell reactive, however.

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Uwe
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They also claim t-cells persist for 6 months to several years yet "40% of asymptomatic patients and 13% of symptomatic patients lost detectable antibody response in eight weeks."

T-cell response to the original SARS virus has been shown to be there 13 years after people had that virus.

A guy I know had the 'ro in March, although not badly enough to seek medical attention. He had to get a PCR test in December to fly out of the UK, and got an antibody test too. PCR test was negative, but the antibody test was positive 8-1/2 months later.

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"Corona Virus will come and go, but government will NEVER forget how easy it was to take control of everyone's life; to control every sporting event, classroom, restaurant table, church pew, and even whether you are allowed to leave your house.
Tickerguy
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While it's certainly POSSIBLE I am IgG negative despite having had it three months earlier I wouldn't take that bet at 10:1 odds, especially given that I was severely symptomatic. Arguably the worst respiratory virus I've had since the 2009 H1N1 strain, which I did get -- and maybe worse than my run with H1N1.

So I figure the odds of that are effectively zero, although being a data guy I acknowledge that it certainly is possible.

Then again I could win the lottery too.

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Comrader
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I hear that if you donate blood they test for antibodies
Loonster
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I'm surprised no one has linked this article yet: http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/pea....

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A Nursing Home had Zero Coronavirus Deaths. Then, It Vaccinates Residents for Coronavirus and the Deaths Begin.
written by adam dick sunday january 10, 2021


Things seem to be working backwards at The Commons on St. Anthony nursing home in Auburn, New York. Vaccinating people is supposed to reduce or end coronavirus deaths. Right? But, at The Commons, such deaths are reported to have occurred only after residents began receiving coronavirus vaccinations.

James T. Mulder wrote Saturday at syracuse.com that until December 29 there had been no coronavirus deaths at The Commons. December 29, when deaths of residents with coronavirus began occurring at The Commons, is also, Mulders article discloses, seven days days after the nursing home began giving coronavirus vaccinations to residents, with 80 percent of residents so far having been vaccinated.

Over a period of less than two weeks since December 29, Mulder relates that 24 coronavirus-infected residents at the 300-bed nursing home have died.

Is the timing just a strange coincidence?

Read Mulders article here.

This is the penultimate paragraph of Mulders article, where vaccinations at The Commons is mentioned:
The nursing home began vaccinating residents Dec. 22. So far 193 residents, or 80%, and 113 employees, or less than half the staff, have been vaccinated. The nursing home plans to do more vaccinations Jan. 12.
Tickerguy
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Jw.
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The parents and I do sushi on a regular basis (well did before everything was hut down). Years prior to "covid" I would avoid doing sushi when I had my yearly cold as the subtle tastes in the food were lost on my palette entirely. Was this a severe loss of taste? I do not know, but I had not noticed in until about two or three years ago.

Typically my seasonal colds come around February or March... Christmas of 2019 I came down with a pretty bad cold.

The three plus years prior to this it always started as what felt like an alien moving around in my nasal passages and then moved into a sore throat, mild fever and fairly mild cough with significant nasal congestion the entire time. The effects would last a few weeks to a month and a half before I felt 100% again.

The one at the end of 2019 was different, the nasal formalities lasted a few days and after the first day were on the less extreme end, very little sore throat, I was quicker to start coughing and for the three days the cough was painful.

Little to no fever (certainly not for the extent I witnessed in the year prior) but on the second day of the cough (it was a very wet cough, normally my coughs are dry) I had it bad and coughed up a little bit of blood on only one occasion.

I have never coughed up blood in my entire life and I have had the flu/cold/cough in bad ways in years gone by. After the fourth or fifth day of not feeling well it was essentially gone. A few days later I felt very close to 100% again.

Was it covid? Who knows, it was definitely different than anything I have ever had as a cold...

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Drifter
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The local health department asked me to provide covid vaccinations to the public. Get ****ing bent.

Pfizer will get liability protections, but I doubt I would.
Twainfan2
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Physics aside... masks for a virus that doesn't come out of your mouth or nose are.... to use an old farmer phrase... as useless as teats on boar.

Far as I'm concerned... at least half the population can fall into a black hole tomorrow and I wouldn't miss any of them. The so called professionals and experts could be first ones to jump in.
Speedpolkabrewer
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Green Mountain
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I had a bad bout of "flu-like" symptoms & pneumonia in January. Best friend, who had been traveling for biz to Hong Kong & Australia in Dec, and my brother had the same thing. I've never been that sick. Even after 2 rounds of antibiotics, still felt bad, fever, hard coughs, ect. My doc gave me a script for hydroxicloriqine. Knocked it out. All 3 of us tested negative for antibodies in July. Took until recently to even feel like breathing was normal. Maybe it would have been better, faster if I hadn't destroyed my ankle in July. Had that finally fixed in November (3 ligaments replaced)
Pete_brewster
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Incept: 2015-12-10

Canada
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Black people.

Black people who stink like backed-up toilets no matter how much cheap cologne they shower in and refuse to wash their filthy paws after smoking a Kool or crapping out the remains of their fast food lunch.

Black people who even before Wuhan flu, laughed at the old whites who fell into their clutches in American nursing homes, abused, starved and neglected them, and give no damns if the old crackers died of completely preventable conditions spread by poor hygiene, or of misery pure and simple.

They have never been held accountable for murdering white people in their care. And now that Sister Kamala is a dodgy vaccination away from the Oval Office, they never will.
Supertruckertom
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I am never going into a nursing home and neither is any member of my family.
I have made plenty of deliveries to nursing homes in and around Metro Atlanta.
They smell like feces or dead animals beside the roadway.
No heros working there.
Out further in more affluent rural areas, there is a noticeable difference in the quality of care.
Just my observations.

Had an older friend of my wife call us today.
Just got out of Covid Ward at a N GA hospital.

He said many of the younger nurses were unwilling to work the Covid Ward.






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Onelegged
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Incept: 2009-11-13

NW Colorado
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Karl,

My experience was pretty similar to your own.

I had bacterial pneumonia in both lungs in 1995.

My next respiratory infection was H1N1 in 2009.

Then not so much as a cold until March of 2020 after visiting Seattle for 5 days. On the 10th day of that one I felt it get into my lungs in the course of just a few hours. I was, honestly, concerned. That said, I never developed a cough. By day 12 not a hint of any symptoms. From approximately 30 days after the lung attack until a month ago I had an overwhelming need to cough every few days. I would cough so hard as to see bright spots. Just a few coughs and then I would be good for a day or two. Now even that is gone.

At any rate, I'm so sick to bleedin' death of all of this that I would like to crawl off to a cave.

When we are actively being killed for profit the end can't be far away.

It's ok though. Crazy Joe and his soft boiled noggin and Headboard Harris will make it allllllllll better.

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Keenan
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Incept: 2013-01-11

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"The People's Pharmacy" (Joe & Terry Graedon)did a good hour on Vit D3 vs Covid in late December:

https://www.peoplespharmacy.com/articles....

Vit D3 blood levels under 50ng/ml are generally safe for adults. An inexpensidve D3 blood tests is suggested to determine the oral dose needed to achieve/maintain this level.
Reformedhippy
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Incept: 2020-07-01

Rural, OK
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@Comrader, true: If you donate blood they test for antibodies. You may opt to sign up for notification of results. The results may or may not be as useful as***** on a bull. Since up is down and left is right, who knows anymore. I know my husband donated blood twice in the last few months, not because he is such a giving soul, but he wanted that passive information. Negative both times. FWIW.
Scottj175
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Incept: 2010-09-06

Vandiver, AL
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The word on Ivermectin seems to be getting out. I'm a member of the Facebook community page for the town closest to me.

It's mostly a cesspool of the hopelessly uninformed but I am a member because sometimes useful information about community happenings can be gleaned.

This morning someone was seeking a doctor who would prescribe it. I linked your article from 1-12 and wished them luck on finding a doctor not being willfully blind.

But to see it being asked about in a group typically heavy on ignorance caught my eye.
Grumpygirl
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Alberta
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Vit-D/Vit-C/Quercetin/Zinc.

Please note that if you have any kind of underactive thyroid problems or take thyroid hormone because you don't have a thyroid, skip the Quercetin. I was having hypothyroid symptoms after 2 weeks of taking it, and Paul Marik (one of the FLCCC doctors) kindly took the time to confirm with me that Quercetin is contraindicated with thyroid conditions like mine.
Tonythetiger
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Incept: 2019-01-27

Fort Walton
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Interesting article on Thymus gland extract and zinc for boosting immune system performance.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2021/01/no_a....

I haven't had a chance to peruse any of the linked data in the article, but thought it might be something people might want to look over.


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Ugrev
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I literally worked in those nursing home facilities in that area. They are the most disgusting places and the people do not give a crap about the residents; And one demographic of ursing aid employees from the Syracuse (i.e the city area) treats another demographic of residents like they are sub human.

So, I'm not surprised in the least.
Drole
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I have a Brazilian-born doctor friend who is quite freaked out about the 'rona (as are pretty much all Brazilians I know). In talking about the vaccines, I mentioned my preference for Ivermectin based on all the info that has been presented here. Ended up with a prescription for the whole family. I will confess to wearing a mask the entire time I was visiting with her.
Mjvoet
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Per OSHA, masks are not PPE. They are "source control". Two reasons:
1. Masks offer no protection to the wearer, the supposed protection is to those near the wearer. This conflicts with the definition of PPE. Workers must be able to don safety gear that protects them regardless of what those around them do.
2. Masks cannot be certified by ANSI like all other PPE. They cannot pass even the most feeble of tests.
Winston2020
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APRIL 23, 2020
Key nose [and EYE] cells identified as likely COVID-19 virus entry points

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2020-04-k....

Two specific cell types in the nose have been identified as likely initial infection points for COVID-19 coronavirus. Scientists discovered that goblet and ciliated cells in the nose have high levels of the entry proteins that the COVID-19 virus uses to get into our cells.

It further shows that cells in the eye and some other organs also contain the viral-entry proteins. The study also predicts how a key entry protein is regulated with other immune system genes and reveals potential targets for the development of treatments to reduce transmission.

Dr. Martijn Nawijn, from the University Medical Center Groningen in the Netherlands, said, on behalf of the HCA Lung Biological Network: "This is the first time these particular cells in the nose have been associated with COVID-19. While there are many factors that contribute to virus transmissibility, our findings are consistent with the rapid infection rates of the virus seen so far. The location of these cells on the surface of the inside of the nose make them highly accessible to the virus, and also may assist with transmission to other people."

The two key entry proteins ACE2 and TMPRSS2 were also found in cells in the cornea of the eye and in the lining of the intestine. This suggests another possible route of infection via the eye and tear ducts, and also revealed a potential for fecal-oral transmission.
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