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Laurentz
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I remember 2004/2005 as boom years in the run up of the housing bubble. Everyone was buying a house and moving up in their jobs. That's the environment where people tend to get busy in the bedroom.

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Traveller
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NW Louisiana
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Been following a long time. First time to post mainly to say Thank You for all the hard work! It is truly appreciated and is helping to save lives and sanity.

"Raising Cane's Corporate Staff Now Working Fryers in Restaurants"

https://710keel.com/raising-canes-corpor....

I know this is off topic, however, wanted you to know your legislative template was forwarded to our local State Representative and we have received a favorable response.
Dingleberry
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I was on a hiring call and heard complaints of several high-level applicants not considering the openings due to forced jabs. Anyone who says this is a nuisance issue is not involved in hiring in a hyper-competitive environment for the skills we look for.

Around me, most fast food poison-slingers are indoor only and have been since the wu flu started. A brand new joint opened up about 6 months ago with very large indoor seating area. They have never used it. Not one ass has sat in the new seats, and this place has several real dining tables, not like McDs. They still have to pay on those large, useless buildings. Every square foot that you have to heat, cool, insure, etc. eats into profits. Forever. Surreal to see a mile long drive thru line....but not a soul eating indoors. Thankfully I do not partake in that poison the way I did in my youth.

Next week the official COLA is supposed to come out and I fully expect that to be north of 6%. In reality it should easily be double that, but I digress. One thing I have noticed about the fed and inflation.....there is no inflation as long as WAGES don't rise. Prices can rise all day long. The numbers will be massaged and "hedonically" adjusted into absurdity. This is why medical, housing, autos, education...all the big ticket items have exploded but somehow inflation remains "contained". Once the labor shortage hits and that number cannot be obfuscated......the fed will really be in a pickle.

Edwardteach
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Here be dragons
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So 1,200,000 / 16000 = 75
Is 75:1 a reasonable ratio for VAERS underreporting?

(It's probably a bit lower because there are still going to be a lot of substance abuse and suicide as causes of death.)


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Bagbalm
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I'm trying to picture what it will take to make the general public see this happening and be unable to ignore it.
When you can't schedule a normal burial and funeral because they are all booked up? When the number of people dying in your extended circle of acquaintances in a month jolts you into realizing there have never been so many die before?
I'd love to hear some thoughts on it. When will it impact your ability to buy life insurance? What will the media do besides ignore it?
Will certain key people dying that companies need to remain viable or sports heroes and celebrities become the obvious canary in the coal mine?
Mikeyinfl
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@Edwardteach

Interesting observation. I was trying to see if ssa.gov has some meaningful info, but it's only published annually and we'd have to wait until Feb.

https://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/statcomp....

More and more job openings as time progresses.

Maybe I need to find those old Cobol-II manuals and brush up? nahhh...
Whitehat
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long before COVID-BS there was a prediction that right about now things would get tight for employers due to natural demographics, retirement, death, downsizing of lifestyle by choice, whatever. Was told that it would be a great opportunity for younger and even middle aged people. Is anything really different now than predicted?

It is hard for people to understand, but many people die young in greater numbers due to our poor lifestyle and medical decisions outside of COVID-BS. Could this be the accelerator. I live in an upper middle class community that for the past four decades is known as bypass land, and we are taking about in middle age, long before 60. Perhaps across the country without good medical coverage, people are maintained but die younger, accelerating the numbers predicted and as Karl describes. But, it was going to happen anyway.

A huge percentage of people die right at or just before retirement. We are speaking about skilled and professional people as well as quality laborers. Now add, especially for the latter, that some jobs take a toll on the body. Could we be giving back some of the gains on life expectancy especially when one factors in the damage done to working people over the years leading to early death fostering lifestyles.

Karl, does the above have any validity?

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Robackrman
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Another highly-vaccinated country not getting their money's worth:
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Grf
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Jesus ****. Weve killed a million Americans with clot shot complications and theyre sweeping it under the rug because the deaths are in a dozen different categories? Its that what Im hearing?


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Cletusnclovis
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@TICKERGUY
Could this(loss of labor force) be the reason why the Prez and his cartel wants open borders, mass flooding of refugees and illegals and why congress isn't doing much about it??



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@Bzelbob

The shortage of employees has forced food service business's to cut out full service dining and for many fast food places they have become more profitable.
The trend away from full service dining has been dwindling anyway for years since the advent of home computer video games.
Regarding the restaurant business, employee situation and why dining rooms are closed, I can tell you this; There is an axiom, self service is better than BAD service. This VIRUS only exacerbated that which was inevitable.
Believe it or not, frozen dinners have drastically taken market share from the fast food industry. We(pizza places) were warned about it in the 90's but nobody believed it.
Bzelbob, I started as a mgr of a ph back in the 70's and when I left I was a district mgr for stores in 2 states.
Zappafan
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Question - if the number in that table you showed (with 911 for Sept.) goes to zero, is my interpretation correct that it means essentially as many people are leaving the non-institutionalized population as entering? e.g. a steady state between the number of people turning 16 and those croaking or going into nursing homes?

That would be some bad ju-ju for sure, social security and medicare trust funds should deplete to zero much more quickly, for starters.


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Jack_crabb
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So, if those numbers show a huge die off, why is that not showing up as excess deaths elsewhere?

Off the top of my head, I assume the daily US death rate to be approx 7500/day.
1.2 million deaths over 15 months is, what, roughly 2500 per day? That is an increase in the neighborhood of 30% in the daily death rate. Why isn't this showing up in excess death reports?

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Susanlauren
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I was planning on taking the summer off and then seeking employment this fall. Sigh. Maybe we aren't through enough of the madness yet.

I am searching the internet (that's how it is done these days). The job I want is degreed, licensed and credentialed. And what to my wondering eyes do I see?

Most of the employers require the Vaxx for new employees - whether in office or remote. They say you can apply for medical or religious exemption. HaHaHa.

These companies have not thought things through. I complete the application and interview(s). Let's say I am offered the job. Now we talk about vaxx mandate.

If your company is or will soon be firing long term current employees due to the vaxx mandate, why should I think I would be treated any differently?

The statement regarding the availability of exemptions is window dressing for EEOC and Civil Rights Act requirements. I can read between the lines. No thank you.

One company had displayed, proof of vaxx must be presented within 30 days of hire or you will be terminated. I feel so very welcomed. I can't wait. Not!

Apparently these companies don't need employees to remain in business.

Tdurden
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I'll offer an update with what is happening at my flailing employer. They just wrapped up their demand for their livestock to report their vaccine status. Between the 90% who responded and the 10% who refused to answer, they estimate that 30% of the company is unvaccinated. Realizing that being a hard ass on the get jabbed or get lost policy front would gut their operations like a trout, they have taken a more passive-aggressive tack: In January they are going to fine each unvaccinated farm animals $50 every paycheck the same way they do smokers via ERISA. Sure, the livestock in Montana cannot be forced to disclose status, but if they don't, they will be assumed to be unvaccinated and will be fined. People started leaving last month in much higher numbers since they made it clear that they were going to start meddling in the home lives of their workers, even the 100% wfh ones. BTW, after over 20 years at this company, I'll be looking for a new job in earnest in January. I've got a couple commitments I need to get nailed down first and will squeeze every last cent out of those clowns and their dumbass shareholders. I've been there too long. When I walked thru the door in 1997, the engineering group I'm in was over 100 people. There's just 4 of us now, and I have the distinction of being the grand old man of the group now. Not the oldest, but the only one left from that group the day I started.

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Prof_dilligaf
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Do houses even have basements anymore?

Anyhoo, somebody might have noticed the trend, because, meanwhile at the BLS "for the latest annual processing cycle, a new generation of models was implemented, resulting in the replacement of both seasonally-adjusted data and not-seasonally-adjusted data from January 1976 forward on March 3, 2021."

I'm sure they're just trying to improve their reporting of THE FACTS! and not at all building yet another goal-seeking missile for their massive witches' brew of "sasticsics".
Three86
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Is it possible these people never really existed and some previous fraud of inflating numbers is being unwound over time?

Added for manipulating employment reports or from some unrelated fraud that caused them to also show up in employment numbers (voting?).
Robackrman
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Brief video illustrates dramatic spikes in COVID-19 deaths after jabs in 40 nations

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/brief-....
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A brief video published last week uses data from the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center to illustrate dramatic spikes in COVID deaths in numerous countries across the globe after the introduction of experimental COVID gene-transfer vaccination campaigns.

While correlation does not prove causation, looking more broadly at relevant data, a worldwide trend of high rates of infections, hospitalizations, and deaths can be found among the vaccinated.
Prof_dilligaf
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@Dingleberry - They're already in that pickle, and we seen what the response is, in medical, housing, autos, education: MOAR government! They believe that they can easily continue on the totalitarian tangent and expect not just acquiescence but active sycophancy from a notable proportion of the nation. History, especially recent history, indicates that this belief is not misplaced.

This goes also to answer Bagbalm's question: many people will ignore the problem to (their) death. Willful ignorance and bullheaded denial are well-documented responses to difficult circumstances, and retreat into unreality is a very alluring prospect for people who have become inured to comfort and convenience. Just look at the absurdities they're already willing to countenance for the sake of a "return to normalcy".
Jules
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@Susanlauren
You have just struck on what I'm planning to do with all my free time...apply, interview, offer, and turn down due to jab.
Why not? Nothin' on tv worth watchin'.

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Kareninca
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EEandkw, I am looking at this: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/release/tabl.... You can check the civilian non institutional population for any month/year since Jan. 1948. The increase I see from June 2019 til June 2020 is 1167 (thousands, I guess). So I don't understand what Karl's June 2020 figure is; I had assumed it was the YOY increase but I guess not (at least not per the site I've linked); I will admit I don't understand what he means by an annual run rate.

I do wonder how easily these websites can be altered. At this point every sort of data is politicized.

What I truly don't understand is how people can be counted these days. In Oakland, CA, half the population lives under a bridge, the housing situation is so bad (okay, I exaggerate, but it is dire). Who is doing the counting?? I think the states. But the U.S. census is ridiculous; how could state counts be any better? I tried to find out how states do this counting but am having no luck.
Larryboy
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@Tdurden
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In January they are going to fine each unvaccinated farm animals $50 every paycheck

As bitter a pill as that might be to swallow, it seems a small price to pay to continue and otherwise good 20-year career. Unless you think that it will escalate until the animals are properly trained to obey.
Thegreatunwashed
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One thing I am not seeing mentioned at all on the blog is people forging vaccine cards. im sure George Soros wasnt the only Jew who successfully hid his religion/ethnicity in Nazi Germany. Of course, there is a tremendous legal risk, but a calculated risk, depending on your circumstances.

Fortunately, I am not in the circumstances of having to face a mandate at this time, but I would consider it little risk flashing forged crumpled up card from my wallet to a hostess at a restaurant or a clerk at a supermarket. Providing one to an employer would be a much greater risk, but it might be a calculated risk somebody otherwise facing bankruptcy or losing their home might be willing to take. Especially, if it does nothing more than buy them time. If ADE or VEI becomes a huge thing this winter, these mandates could just go away in light of a backlash. At some point, if the mandates arent removed from a backlash, there is likely to be an electronic government database-backed vaccination system
that will eliminate the forgery option. Of course if you are in the military or work directly for the government, the risk calculation is much more difficult to justify the chance.
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Could this(loss of labor force) be the reason why the Prez and his cartel wants open borders, mass flooding of refugees and illegals and why congress isn't doing much about it??


No. It's demographic replacement. The Ruling Class wants people that are easier to control and who will vote for them, no matter how corrupt they are.

Been going on since the last 1960s, and it is a world-wide phenomenon.

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Onething@atime
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Susanlauren wrote..
Most of the employers require the Vaxx for new employees - whether in office or remote.

The only way I can see this making any sort of sense at all is that they are, in effect, requiring the Vaxx as a condition of being in the office. And new hires, even if they're going to work remotely, need to come in for orientation and training.

That's the generous interpretation.
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Tdurden, I suggest you begin your process now and not in January. You don't have any loose ends you need to wrap up. You are a free agent, able to go somewhere else at your whim and not your employers'. Project not complete? Oh well!

Imagine an employer asking their employees to complete a "do you have AIDS" survey. That would never fly. You can't ask that during an interview and you can't ask it during employment either.
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