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    09-23-2021, 09:42 AM
    I'm skeptical of Ivermectin, though I haven't dismissed it outright. I'd be a lot more convinced if someone explained the mechanism by which it supposedly works. I hear a lot of anecdotal evidence of its effectiveness, but all he large-scale studies I've seen seemed flawed. I don't even put much store in this story out of Uttar Pradesh because of what it leaves out. Uttar Pradesh has had complete lockdowns for months at a time when there have been moderate case flareups - and unlike in the US, these have law enforcement and health department personnel on the prowl for violators. They also have fines for going maskless in public. They've had authorities going house to house doing testing of each occupant. And they do contact tracing of those who test positive, as well as quarantine them when they're found. Schools have been closed for the most part, and those that open require teachers and school staff to be vaccinated. Those conducting business are required to be vaccinated. It's a fairly authoritarian pandemic regime that I certainly wouldn't be willing to embrace - I mean, you can't even avoid them in your home.
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    09-23-2021, 08:59 AM
    Got my first Moderna jab in February and the second in March ... doing fine. How long do I have before the Grim Reaper shows up at my door?
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    09-20-2021, 07:54 PM
    Evidently he made an exception for the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on September 18th ... which also required masks. Maybe it's just a one off.
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    09-16-2021, 08:47 AM
    Pastafarianism offers a religious Covid exemption here ... not what you would expect, but one would think it Constitutionally protected because it is a Pastafarianism religious belief (for at least some of them). Business will just have to be accommodating to all these differing religious beliefs.
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    09-14-2021, 03:15 PM
    Well, of course not - where's the profit in that. Now if you were to throw a little civil asset forfeiture into the mix ... I know, I know, I know ... don't give them any ideas
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    09-07-2021, 01:10 PM
    Well there you have it - those are fines that the state collects. What incentive does any individual have to report violations? New York just doesn't have it together like Texas does. Put the law on the books but forbid the state from enforcing it. Instead, authorize individuals to bring civil cases of at least $10,000 (plus legal fees) against non-mask wearers and anyone who provides goods or services or non-compensated assistance to non-mask wearers. Karen suddenly has an incentive. As statists go, New York legislators are just rank amateurs compared to the big boys in Texas. Come on, New York - get on the ball. And the beauty of it is that the SCOTUS has to refuse to grant any temporary injunction to put the law on hold - due to the precedent set with the Texas abortion case. It'll be a couple of years before a real case works it's way through the system.
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    09-07-2021, 12:31 PM
    Here's another excellent opportunity to employee the mechanism that Texas used in its latest anti-abortion law. Pro-vaccine states write a law to mandate vaccinations, specifically ruling out religious exemptions - while specifying that no government law enforcement agencies will be empowered to enforce the law. But they also provide that anyone can bring a civil suit, of no less than $10,000 plus legal fees, against: 1) anyone in the state that appears in public without being vaccinated 2) anyone in the state that transports an unvaccinated individual 3) any business or worker in the state that provides goods or services to an unvaccinated individual
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    09-06-2021, 08:19 AM
    Especially if you allow them a $10,000 bounty (plus legal fees) - they won't even have to go to the DNC, just to civil court. What's the New York, California or Massachusetts equivalent of the Texas law going to be? Gawd, that poor baker in Colorado - what it's going to be like when he has dozens or hundreds of civil suits brought against him by strangers who witnessed him refusing to bake gay wedding cakes (or are simply made aware that he did so - doesn't seem like they actually have to witness it)?
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    09-05-2021, 10:57 AM
    The House Armed Services Committee has approved a measure requiring females to register for the Selective Service (Military Draft). Evidently, CongressCritter Houlahan doesn't believe in the Democrat's trope of "My body, my choice". And I'm wondering if CongressCritter Hartzler feels the same way about men that she does about women - that in an emergency the men of this country would step up and volunteer as needed ... and, if so, shouldn't she be introducing a measure to eliminate draft registration completely since it's a "solution in search of a problem". You'd think that as the country abandons its failed military adventure in Afghanistan, we'd be seriously considering getting rid of the military draft rather than enhancing it to include even more people who don't want any part of it. If the US really has a all-volunteer military, then there's no need for this monstrosity. My Body, My Choice
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    09-01-2021, 05:10 PM
    There's this report: And this one as well:
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    08-30-2021, 12:30 PM
    Putting this up to note Marc's passing, and as a reminder of the networks that need to be updated and maintained for activism.
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    08-28-2021, 03:29 PM
    All right - so I tried Human-Bait.com - cuz I was curious as to whether they required a mask or vaccination
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