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Edwardteach
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Susanlauren wrote..
Good heavens. Who doesn't like horses. They are like puppies and kittens.


Not to mention that horses are expensive and some racehorses even run into the tens of millions of dollars. Do you really think that their owners are going to be cavalier about the quality of medication they put into their animals? Much of it is probably higher quality than human meds.

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Jesjohn94
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This is funny. Facts don't matter though. Jabs will continue to get pushed regardless. What we need is very famous youngish jabbed people dying. It can't happen soon enough.



Bill Belichick has grumbled his way into a dispute with the league office over the COVID vaccine.

On Wednesday, Belichick shrugged his way around the obvious implication of the stunning fall of Cam Newton from starting quarterback to, eight days later, off the team. Belichick not surprisingly bristled at the suggestion that Newtons vaccination status played a role in the move. (It surely did.)

You guys keep talking about that, and I would just point out that I dont know what the number is, Belichick said. I mean, you guys can look it up. You have the access to a lot of information, but the number of players and coaches and staff members that have been infected by COVID in this training camp [around the NFL] who have been vaccinated is a pretty high number, so I wouldnt lose sight of that. . . . We have other players on the team who arent vaccinated, as I would say, probably does every other team in the league. Weve had minimal throughout the league. Thereve been a number of, quite a high number I would say, of players who have had the virus who have been vaccinated, so your implication that vaccination solves every problem, I would say that has not been substantiated based on whats happened in training camp [throughout the NFL] this year.
Edwardteach
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The reason the COVID rules and regs are so ludicrous is we are dealing with either mentally ill people, people with no morals, and/or those who are just completely delusional (which may come under mental illness). These idiots are pushing arguments that are so far fetched they actually believe their own lies.


Much of it is also Politician's Fallacy (the WORST thing in a politician's mind is the perception that they don't have an answer).

The fallacy goes something like this:
"We have to do something!"
"This is something."
"Therefore, we have to do this!"


...and there is very little that one can do to disabuse them of that notion, as to change later on is tantamount to an admission that they were wrong in the first place. Since most public health officers are political appointees and career bureaucrats, this fallacy very much applies to them as well.

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I've started responding to pro-mandate folks, "Yep, just like those darned Jews should've just left Nazi Germany when they had the chance, right? Then Hitler would've been happy and wouldn't have had to kill millions of them."
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Speaking of Jewish people, it looks like they are trying to commit national suicide. All Iran has to do is let them booster themselves to death:

https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/israe....
Larryboy
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I am starting to feel sorry for those that actually own horses and keep walking into their local feed store to find the pony paste shelf empty.
Rev4:4
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Speaking of sports, I was just got fun gonna make a Deadpool for how many vaccinated NFL/NCAA Div 1 die on the field this year. I'm gonna say 1 NFL and 3 NCAA div 1. Willing to count cases like the Italian soccer player who technically died but was resuscitated on way to hospital.
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some racehorses even run into the tens of millions of dollars


How much is the average payout for wrongful human death? Less than that, I'm sure.

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I want to see teeth flying as someone is beaten with a cast iron dildo hidden in a sock.
Uwe
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Bluto wrote..
The political ramifications of this are likely going to take us towards a right-wing Pinochet-style president in 2024.

If the Biden administration realizes this already, it might explain why they left all those helicopters behind in Afghanistan.
smiley

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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.
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Rev4:4 Count me in. I think underestimated, maybe 5 NFL and 8 NCAA. Also, depends on whether the third clot shot s mandated.
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I did some errands yesterday. Nice to do with a new to me truck that doesn't need a gallon of water every 20 miles. "Low compression on cylinder #2" was fine and dandy for a few months but a gallon to Wal-Mart and Tractor Supply and a gallon back home is way to on the edge for me. Get a head job? Not around here. Nope, get a new engine. Drop $7500 into a 2002 truck? And they don't share their weed!

Not ecstatic that the car insurance went up $50-ish a month. I didn't get "first fart" but I didn't take the new car hit, either. But 23,000 miles is close enough to brand new.

Wal-Mart had automatic gates for a few months. You can walk in but to go out, you go through the check-stand area. How the gates could stop any Diversity from shoplifting looked iffy. Seemed like a fire hazard but that's just me. Gates are gone. There's a Bubba at the door. Says Hi and just stands there. Wal-Mart is proud of their batteries. And asking why they won't cut a car key when the key I have has a chip earns a pile of bull**** excuses about "liability". I just want a key to unlock the door when some idiot (me) locks the keys in the car. But noooo!!! for reasons.

Then I stopped by the Vet. It's been a few years, Someone decided the last puppy is going to another Vet. Years ago I could call and take the dogs in the next day. Now? Three weeks. I'm glad they have good business but three weeks for flea meds isn't going to work.

Stopped by the feed store. They had some stuff, to lazy to get the brand off the bottle, of flea meds. $28 for six pills for a 35# Beagle. One pill for him. Split a pill for the suddenly 60# dog. Pill and a half for her. She has that middle-aged dog thing going on, it's cool, greying face and all. The stuff acted slower than Trifexis. But for the price difference, I'm very cool. Two hours vs four hours... and they are not scratching all night long.

Anyway. The feed store has Ivermectin. 500 ml bottle. $105. That's it, that's the only size they carry. I don't know if that's a good price, I haven't shopped around. But at 1ml/100 lbs body wt once a month if well...daily if sick, seems pretty cheap. I may "buy local".



Chemman
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Ee4Fire

The reason there isn't a vaccine for the common cold is there are over 200 different viruses that cause. Yes, there are 4 Strains of Corona virus included in those 200+.
Chemman
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Edwardteach the politicians fallacy is just an application of the "Precautionary Principle. IMO the PP was stolen from a qualitative decision making matrix I learned in Grad school in the early 80's.
Debtfree2200
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Someone better tell the NIH how dangerous IVM is. Just found this article on their site describing the history of it.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article....

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Ivermectin has continually proved to be astonishingly safe for human use. Indeed, it is such a safe drug, with minimal side effects, that it can be administered by non-medical staff and even illiterate individuals in remote rural communities, provided that they have had some very basic, appropriate training. This fact has helped contribute to the unsurpassed beneficial impact that the drug has had on human health and welfare around the globe, especially with regard to the campaign to fight Onchocerciasis.


I figured that if illiterate people can figure it out, there might be hope.....

Heartlander
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@Constantbees
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The French are protesting in a different way. They're having picnics outside the cafes that the unvaccinated aren't "allowed" to enter. There are more people picnicking than there are in the cafes.

What I find remarkable is that VAXXED people are joining the unvaxxed in the boycotts. It was the same in Moscow recently. Why do we not have that kind of solidarity/unity here in the U.S.??

Possible answer: Our media have got us more polarized than the population in other places.

Which raises the question: Why are the media even in socialist places like France and the U.K. more honest than American media? I first noticed this in 2008. Even the very leftist Guardian and the Times of London were better news sources about Obama than our own slobbering, drooling lapdog media.

As we have seen repeatedly here at Market-Ticker, even the vaxx-totalitarian states of Israel and Britain at least report somewhat honest statistics. Unlike our own CDC.

The lying and censorship here in America are much worse than in countries that are far more leftist in their politics. That seems like a paradox.

Then again, the Left in this country controls the federal government and the media. Which makes me wonder: Is the American Left way, way more radical and totalitarian than the Left in France, Israel, Britain, etc.?
Heartlander
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@Emupaul

It was $89.99 for months. Considering that all the injectable is made in the U.K., and I imagine shipping costs have gone up, $105 is not bad at all. For a 165-pound person that bottle works out to 333 doses, at 31 cents a dose. Way cheaper than the pills!!

Liquid platinum.

Buy it while you can. I predict it will soon be unavailable at ANY price.
Shermanbroder
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This chart looks to be roughly the dimensions of a business card. I think I'm going to get some printed and laminated. I'll carry them in my pocket. When I'm confronted by a Karen or a Nazi, I'll hand them one. Enough said!
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Source: American Thinker

The stats are from a "new" study by Professor John P. A. Ioannidis of Stanford University. (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/action/c....

"The evaluations in the report find their basis in seroprevalence studies, that is detecting the presence of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 in the blood serum of a population." Lifesite News

It is hard to believe that all the turmoil of the past 18 months (lockdowns, masks, vaccines, mandates, etc. etc.) has been over a bug with these kind of survival rates!
Traelin0
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Drifter wrote..
The left now wants to deny the unvaxxed medical care. That's just the next step, after trying to destroy somebody economically.


No doubt we're headed to darker steps along the way. But I already sent a lovely screed to my COO letting him know that once my wife is done with her treatment regimen, I'm dropping the mic. This is not a small company - 200k+ employees worldwide. I told him exactly why (several reasons).

Good luck finding a lot of people better than me at what I do. And I told him as much. He actually responded back saying he was trying to remedy a couple of things and I said "Thanks but no thanks. March 2022. Tick-tock."

I make a very good living, but I'd rather subsist on a small farm than fund my own slavery. It just took another family crisis to realize that this economy needs me, not the other way around.

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Bluto wrote..
The political ramifications of this are likely going to take us towards a right-wing Pinochet-style president in 2024. I don't think the liberals are going to like that very much, and frankly it is bad (long-term) for the country. But THEY started it and shouldn't be surprised when we elect a hard-right strongman in response to them imposing communism/socialism/fascism.


Agree with the overall premise. Not so sure about him being elected in any conventional manner. Based on unfunded liabilities and Karl's work on that arithmetic (which, as hard scientists know, is what it is); potential clot shot fallout, again per Karl's work; FED string-pushing; commodity inflation, based on my work; etc., I don't think people are going to be as tuned into an election as they otherwise would be.

I did DoD for a long time, played "connect the dots". Afghanistan evac casualties will very likely be viewed as a tipping point for this country. But we shall see.
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American Journal of Therapeutics

Review of the Emerging Evidence Demonstrating the Efficacy of Ivermectin in the Prophylaxis and Treatment of COVID-19

https://journals.lww.com/_layouts/1033/O....
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Meta-analyses based on 18 randomized controlled treatment trials of ivermectin in COVID-19 have found large, statistically significant reductions in mortality, time to clinical recovery, and time to viral clearance. Furthermore, results from numerous controlled prophylaxis trials report significantly reduced risks of contracting COVID-19 with the regular use of ivermectin. Finally, the many examples of ivermectin distribution campaigns leading to rapid population-wide decreases in morbidity and mortality indicate that an oral agent effective in all phases of COVID-19 has been identified.
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@ Emupaul- $105 for a 500ml bottle is about what Amazon had it for last year. I just looked and it's gone. Local feed store and cash is a good way to go.
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@Emupaul

Yes, that is a good price. Do it.
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@Emupaul

Assuming it's the 1% injectable form.
Luciab
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Ronniemcghee
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Some honest words.
I'm glad KD took numerous opportunities to describe how his Jan 2020 illness was substantively more severe and impactful than his COVID experience. If my Jan 2020 experience was similar to his, and if COVID were multiple times more severe than that, I am confident I could not survive it. In fact, if he had said that, I might be moved to take the jab.
As is, his essays add to the other evidence I've weighted that continues to steer my decision against this shot.
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