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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Today, 12:00 PM
    State Governors have Banned it. (and though I heard that may be reversed,, still bad law) In Michigan they are forcing healthy Seniors together with Covid Patients.. Michigan Governor was opposed to Life saving Medication.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Today, 11:52 AM
    You can not say it is a Cold.. (it is)
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Today, 11:40 AM
    Thanks for the video! Rep. Massie is on fire! :fire:
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Today, 10:03 AM
    The Vietnam Lie? I remember a quite freer country despite too many dumb rules then.. No one asked my age when I bought cigarettes and you could smoke in the Bars. and I did so at 16.
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    Today, 06:39 AM
    Yea it is a bribe can't disagree with you there. It proves we are all whores. How does one declare themselves to be a high dollar whore anyway?
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    Today, 06:29 AM
    I know a lot of people want to be rich. What they don't know is that they already are rich. We all will be rich in what we believe about the economy and our place in it.If you examine peoples beliefs about anything you will be able to determine that their life is exactly what they believe it is. In all religions that I have looked into they all have something to say about everything you think and do will come back to you. As a man thinketh so shall he be. The economy is energy in every since of the word. Your personal economy is your energy expressed in dollars and cents and your belief about living your outward expression will show up in countless ways. I am really thankful for my life. I can really see how everything I have asked for has been given to me. I can see that I have asked for my losses as well as my gains. There are no accidents. I have learned how powerful my words and thoughts are. I have done many experiments with this. One of my favorite things to do is to think up a phrase and then speak it out loud and see how long it takes for this phrase to come back to my ears or eyes. Ask and it shall be given. This is truth regardless of your belief in in it.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 12:01 AM
    I'm buying a sewing machine tomorrow. This is the design I'm going to try. I like the Olson design because it has a pouch where you can put a filter.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:54 PM
    Red herrings don't dismiss the fact that your views of "monetary intervention" are helpless in resolving the present decreases in economic growth.
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:12 PM
    You see I have a really small room and I don't think and elephant could even walk in my door.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:49 PM
    It's mystical-thinking to believe that the CARES Act is going to deliver us from a greater depression than the previous one. You can't give more power to the federal government (and by extension, the Federal Reserve) and expect positive results from their pumping more Dollars into an economy that isn't producing anything. Seriously, Krugminator2, why are you here?
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  • Matt Collins's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:20 PM
    It's about time they did something useful during this recent increase in tyranny. Hopefully this is the first of many!
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  • JoshLowry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:56 PM
    I don't understand how $1200 wouldn't help a homeless person. How are you going to argue that with a straight face? Also they are homeless, they are not all helpless. Even the best of us can have our lives come crashing down on us in an instant. Acts of god and what not... Keep this situation of closures and lockdown up and they will be forced to make a decision to survive. We should be increasing the number of options available to the broke and hungry, not limiting them.
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:37 PM
    If I do I will.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:47 PM
    How are you making out in the current price slump? Then again things are tough for everyone except gun store owners.
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  • JoshLowry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:45 PM How many tens of thousands of homeless people live in LA? They are not likely to be getting stimulus checks in any kind of reasonable time period either.
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  • JoshLowry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:39 PM
    If the scenario continues to play out where (1) non-essential businesses are closed (2) the government only plans on giving $1200 to a work force that is >60% paycheck to paycheck over a multi-month lock down who have rent to pay (3) homeless no longer receive charity do to drastic reduction of charitable workforce on road then why are we not allowing individuals access to the largest source of free food?
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:37 PM
    It will not be a significant number. The characteristics are getting more solidly indentifiable. History, physical exam, imaging studies and labs are extremely reliable in suggesting who has the disease without confirmatory testing. Will many be counted that actually had another similar looking process? Sure, but overall, I don’t think it will be that much of a significant factor. I could be wrong. Hopefully they do postmortem testing to get more accurate results.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:31 PM
    It certainly doesn’t look to have the same mortality rate compared to the flu when looking at the numbers coming out of Western Europe and the US. Until we get more testing done (and importantly serological testing to see who has had it and didn’t know it which is still an unknown though I think a small relative number), it is just speculation. What we do know is that this is a true and vicious pandemic, serious and deadly, and because it is novel and there is no herd immunity, it will continue to spread and cause lots of death. Even if it’s final mortality rate is close to the flu at 0.1% (which I think is very much on the lower end because of its fast spread and overcoming of the health care system because of it being novel), if everyone gets it, that is 350,000 people dead. I don’t think that it will get that high but only because I think many states are getting better prepared and new treatment strategies are coming out every week.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:04 PM
    That is true, which is why they modeled that without mitigation, if it does have such a mortality rate, upwards to 2 million Americans could die. Time will tell after more data what the true rate is. But with so many unknowns, it is better to assume the worst and then scale back as needed. We may find out it’s rate averaged out is closer to a bad flu, but in hotspots with overrun medical care, that number could be relatively higher.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:57 PM
    And that is for a very serious flu. Our last flu pandemic in 2009 (swine flu) had a mortality rate of 0.02% So this could go up to 100 x increase in mortality rate if it ends up at 2%
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:45 PM
    No. Seasonal flu mortality rate is about 0.1%
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:36 PM
    It’s all speculation at this time until broad surveillance serological studies are performed to see who has antibodies. But I won’t be surprised if it is 1-2% case fatality rate which is very high for a highly contagious respiratory illness. Again, ultimately the case fatality rate also depends on medical services available. In a perfect system with endless resources, the rate would be lower than during a severe pandemic.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:33 PM
    One of the factors that determine how sick you get is the initial viral load you receive. For example, if you touch a contaminated service and then touch your mouth, you may receive a smaller initial load of virus. By the time this multiplies to become a formidable army and overtake your immune system, you have a chance to build antibodies and fight it off. However, if someone who is teaming with virus coughs in your face or you sit close to someone for a while who is breathing/coughing, you can’t get exposed to a large viral load initially. Because of that, this army grows very quickly and can overtake your immune system before you can develop antibodies. Most of the very sick young front line patients are because they were exposed to a large viral load all at once (intubating someone, getting coughed on, etc). Other factors also weigh in (ones baseline immune status/co morbidities/genetics etc), but it seems one of the greatest factors is how high of an initial viral load you are exposed to.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:17 PM
    I can tell you that the numbers infected in the US is significantly higher than what is being recorded due to the lack of testing up until recently. Even now, we are not testing patients suspected with mild symptoms, as the tests are limited and the treatment up until now has been the same. I would guess half the patients I see and I suspect don’t get tested because they do not fit criteria. As we get more tests, this should change and then we can get more accurate data.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:12 PM
    Oh, my bad. He's a fascist.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:11 PM
    The problem is that it is a novel virus. No one has encountered it before. So even if the final case fatality rate is closer to the flu (which so far it looks to be worse than the flu), the problem is that because there is no herd immunity to it, it is spreading like a wildfire and causing many who contract it to get sick and a high percentage, very sick. This cannot be compared to the a bad flu season because much of the population has some immunity to the flu and thereby it naturally mitigates the spread and virulence. No flu season in recent memory has done anything close to this. The Spanish flu was extremely bad, but you must also factor in that at that time there was little in terms of effective supportive treatments or antibiotics to help with super infections. The Spanish flu now would look like the H1N1 pandemic of 2009. Yes it was bad, but nothing like this.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:35 PM
    Humans are a hopeless breed.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:23 PM
    Good God, I hope you're kidding.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:01 PM
    Oh hell no I won’t take it
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:51 PM
    I have read over and over that a CV19 vaccine will have some kind of nano chip in it and some kind of something that makes it glow if a near infrared light is held over the vaccine site. Here is a link to an article on this
    55 replies | 804 view(s)
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