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    Yesterday, 10:39 PM
    What a literal crock of sheit! Claiming Russian involvement in everything 2008 from the money bombs to the blimp (and Adam Kokesh!) These fools really make me angry... http://archive.is/T9uAU
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    Yesterday, 02:29 PM
    I like the 300 Blackout round as well for a situational round speaking to running suppressed. Now that Sig Sauer addressed issues with the MCX and have the Gen 2 we're planning on getting one in 300 Blackout (we'll also get both 5.56 and 7.62x39 conversion kits for the rifle) and doing the tax stamp work to get a suppressor for it. I had no idea just how quiet sub sonic 300 blackout run through a can was.
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    Yesterday, 12:17 AM
    Currently in Kasilof, AK and it's crazy warm for this time of year. The drive here was so different than other years during winter. Hardly any ice on the bay and not enough snow for good skiing. Must be that damn global warming...
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    01-14-2018, 02:10 PM
    Honestly, I think we're going to see a shift towards "flying cars" using basically drone technology.... http://www.wsj.com/video/flying-drone-taxis-could-take-off-in-dubai/F329FEAC-2366-4796-9205-72C0344F17D0.html There are some models now that can carry up to four passengers and they're starting retail now is around $200k. So I'd imagine we'll see drastic cost reduction as technology and volume increase, making them just as affordable as our modern automobiles.
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    01-14-2018, 01:59 PM
    They're following the train of thought along the lines of preventative medicine. Apparently offering incentives to providers in hopes to establish preventative medical measures for patients has a statistical chance to reduce costs in later life.
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    01-14-2018, 01:56 PM
    Ok....so yes they pay clinics $400 per child who meets the criteria for a Combo 10 vaccine pack on top of normal reimbursement. I do think the author is looking for some kind of conspiracy though when it boils down to an insurance company offering an incentive for clinics to try to get their patients involved in preventative medicine. It's a way for insurance companies to save money in the long run, but those doctors are still receiving an incentive (calling it a bribe implies malice intent). Meaning the last paragraph: "Finally, if doctors receive payouts for disease management, then why would they want to cure their patients? This approach definitely illustrates the biggest problem of our medical establishment. Let’s face it, the establishment is creating long-term customers instead of curing patients." It contradicts the theme of them trying to say they are trying to maintain a management scenario so they can keep making money when the source they're basing that off of is geared towards the opposite. Now, the debate over whether those preventative measures in fact work is a different talk. But in this case, the goal is decreasing long term medical reliant patients as a cost savings.
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    01-14-2018, 01:32 PM
    I think the author doesn't understand the document and tables in it as those figures are reimbursement figures and not a separate pay to use meds, as well as not understanding how insurance companies work out reimbursement with clinics. Note....I said I think. I'm actually reading over the source materials in it's entirety to get a better grasp.
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    01-14-2018, 07:16 AM
    lol....ironically we're probably not that far at all from something like that...if it doesn't already exist in a government lab. Really it wouldn't be all that hard provided you had access to satellites for constant GPS information input as well as using satellites to incorporate algorithms for tracking once you set parameters that were target specific. Damn it.....what was that Tom Selleck movie with Gene Simmons?
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    01-14-2018, 07:08 AM
    You know.....I have major guilt issues in my old age due to some really cold hearted shit I've done in the past. I'm talking stuff that makes me hope there isn't a God because the thought of having to answer for some of the things I have done is scary. But from a quick read, this woman suffers from some obvious mental disorder and had somehow wandered away from home and was missing. Found her way somehow to that hospital where I'm assuming she was treated somehow for something. Then they had some of their security guards drive her to a bus stop in the middle of town and left her there in a gown. There are behavioral health departments she could have been sent to for 72 hours while someone figured out who she was or at least find a homeless shelter to take her to. But fuck that.....they dropped her off half naked t a bus stop in the middle of town. That's the appalling thing about this....that they had some security guards drop her off at a bus stop in the middle of the night in a gown in winter temperatures. A person who obviously has a mental disorder. If that isn't registering with people then you are one superficial SOB. Which brings me back to my opening statement. Because even in my hateful youth I wouldn't have left that woman had I seen her. Because regardless of any of our collective character...there are rules that apply to certain things and people. And justifying a human being suffering from a mental disorder that basically makes them a child in an adult's body being thrown away like unwanted trash? That's not being logical speaking only to the bottom number. It's not being "hard". It's quite honestly disgusting.
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    01-14-2018, 06:11 AM
    The ATF is considering redefining the "machine gun" definition to include bump stocks and is soliciting comments at the below link. You have until January 25th, 2018 to submit them or forever hold your peace. https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2017/12/26/2017-27898/application-of-the-definition-of-machinegun-to-bump-fire-stocks-and-other-similar-devices#open-comment
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    01-14-2018, 06:02 AM
    I'm not sure if you were asking this sarcastically, sincerely, or a mix of both.....but those are actually very good questions that illustrate some serious shifts going forward with things like law enforcement as they apply to automobiles and the road system that really dips it's toes off into a greater question regarding possible changes in social structure towards laws and morality.
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    01-14-2018, 05:53 AM
    I'm hip. I know part of Sig's contract with their new pistol for the military, part of the sweetener for their deal was full service to include parts, magazines, add ons......and ammo. But I say that regarding the ammo because the Army has done it before. In the linked article, they talk about the M1 in how it was offered in two calibers....the .30 caliber and also the .276, with the Army going with .30 due to ammo surpluses (as well as the Great Depression). Don't get me wrong.....I'm not knocking the 6.5 Creedmoor. LOL....to be honest, the more I read on it the more I want to get a rifle chambered for it. I just don't see the military going that far outside the box with that caliber when 7.62 is readily available as well as the military have thousands and thousands of those rounds already, as well as having rifles chambered in that caliber in service already as well.
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    01-14-2018, 03:10 AM
    After carrying the M16 or one of its cousins across the globe for more than half a century, soldiers could get a peek at a new prototype assault rifle that fires a larger round by 2020. Army researchers are testing half a dozen ammunition variants in "intermediate calibers," which falls between the current 7.62 mm and 5.56 mm rounds, to create a new light machine gun and inform the next-generation individual assault rifle/round combo. The weapon designs being tested will be "unconventional," officials said, and likely not one that is currently commercially available. Some intermediate calibers being tested include the .260 Remington, 6.5 Creedmoor, .264 USA as well as other non-commercial intermediate calibers, including cased telescoped ammo, Army officials said.
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    01-13-2018, 09:41 PM
    Of course they're Haitian...... When I was in the Dominican Republic, I was talking to the guy we pay to be our "guy". A friend and I bought a house next door to his, so he can keep an eye on it (our villa also has an indoor garage which he uses to lock his car up). We pay him a monthly salary so when we fly in he picks us up, drives us around, and basically acts as our guide/bodyguard/driver/grounds keeper. A few years ago his son was sick and he was LIVID. I asked him what was the matter, and he told me his son couldn't get into to see the doctor because the clinics and hospitals were all swamped with Haitian illegals. He doesn't really mind their socialist government until he has to deal with a welfare government and a massive illegal immigrant problem. I think I made a few comments about it on these forums when I got back, as it was a window into our future here if we don't address our welfare state and the symptom it causes with illegal immigration. LOL....it was funny though. I saw many Dominicans who were so dark that when they got out of their car, the oil light came on.....and they dropped racist bombs non-stop at Haitians.
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    01-13-2018, 09:28 PM
    So, me and you are completely eye to eye regarding natural ways to boost the immune system to help combat viral infections. I'm saying that up front so when you read my reply you'll understand that in no way am I coming across in some "I'm SO right, and you're retarded wrong!!!" fashion. Because while I agree wholeheartedly in giving our bodies all the ammunition we can naturally, I also take claims for just how much those natural aids can do with a grain of salt. Mind you, it's the same grain of salt I apply to medications....but even more so when it comes to the topic of influenza. There is a fault to any study done with the flu when it speaks to "patients saw x amount of less days sick" that applies to both spectrums. Take Tamiflu for example. While I accept it is an antiviral that can help my body kill the flu, I don't do the whole "Tamiflu reduces the time your sick from the flu by so many days". Same with natural ways to boost the immune system. And here's why.... If you get the flu tomorrow.....how many days will you be sick? Don't feel bad because I can't answer that either, and anyone who says they can is most likely selling something. Up until about 5 years ago, I'd never had the flu in my life. But, one of the perils of having a spouse who is a medical provider working in an emergency room is you just never know what little treat they might bring home to you....lol. Since marrying my wife, I've had the flu four times. Twice I had both A and B.....grrr. Now, one time I got sick and I was sure I had contracted the bubonic death plague or something. It took me almost two weeks to get back to 80%. I hadn't had a flu shot, but I was taking Tamiflu (and a crap ton of hydrocodone cough syrup...man that stuff is awesome). The last time I caught the flu was this past October, and again I had both A and B. Now, while I do get flu shots now due to my wife's work I hadn't yet gotten my shot this past time yet. And again, I did get Tamiflu (and that sweet sweet hydrocodone nectar), and I was only sick for three days. I do take a multivitamin daily, as well as do yoga (it's the only real exercise I can do now since I need low impact to joints since my back surgery), and I could live off of orange juice I like it so much. Point being, I've had both strains on two different occasions and both times took the same medication....and had two vastly different results regarding the time it took me to get well. So any study that says patients saw x amount of time less being sick with some treatment is flawed, because there is no set time for how long the flu will make someone sick. Also, for what it's worth, if you noticed every time I talked about tamiflu reducing duration and severity of symptoms....to be honest, the "selling point" to me is severity. But even when I say duration, you'll see I always speak to symptoms and not the flu itself.
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    01-13-2018, 08:23 PM
    I'm going to come back to this with it's own post because you're not exactly wrong, nor am I. LOL.....I know when considering our past debates/arguments that probably sounds tinged with malice, but far from it. But, I want to get to the second paragraph since I had my wife give me a free medical seminar regarding both of our questions about your friends and their (what seems to us) strange treatment. First, and this was news to me, but a chest x-ray is the standard for checking for pneumonia. Better yet, most atypical bacterial infections causing the pneumonia actually can be seen (don't ask me how...lol) with the x-ray. If I'm saying things that are akin to common sense to you I apologize, but I've never had any dealings with pneumonia so this was all literally new stuff to me.
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    01-12-2018, 10:30 PM
    I'm hip that a lot of times the warning whistle gets blown about something that might happen and it never does, but this isn't a warning. It's actively going on. Speaking to the flu shot itself, it really isn't much of a money maker. You can get them for free at a lot of locations (I know CVS s a big box store that offers free flu vaccinations offhand). Flu shots are pushed to the public not for money but concern for Tamiflu stocks at any given time (I'll tell you the ironic thing about that in a sec), as the less people who catch the flu....the less prescriptions for Tamiflu is written. Now, the "perfect world" scenario about that would be concern for flu viruses mutating to become immune to Tamiflu as their motivation for pushing the flu shots. And to be fair, many people in the medical field have that mindset when they try to get their patients to get the flu shot. And to be sure, the flu virus (viruses....there are over 100 known strains) is becoming more and more immune to our antivirals. Side note....there is a shortage of Tamiflu right now...with a LOT of pharmacies out of stock. The ironic thing about Tamiflu stocks? The United States government, as do many governments, have standing priority for x amount of Tamiflu manufactured. See, while Tamiflu can be taken after infection to reduce severity and duration of infection...it can also be taken as a preventative medication (a MUCH larger dose. Like two Tamiflu for six weeks (some MDs recommend ten weeks) to insure someone doesn't contract a flu virus. The government buys and stocks these preventative doses as part of COG. It's why I always tell people if someone in their family comes down with the flu, to ask their provider to write Tamiflu for the entire household telling them it's just in case to be ready. 99.9% of any medical providers will write them if asked like that. And unless someone else gets sick in the house, to store them. Because they can be better than gold in a major flu epidemic, both as life saving tools as well as barter currency.
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    01-12-2018, 06:40 PM
    LOL...true. The problem with the flu is the duration people can spread it before they know they have it. Going off memory, I think it's close to 10 days someone is actively contagious before symptoms. That, and that the flu is droplet combined with a contagious person actively contaminating an area roughly 6 feet around them.
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    01-12-2018, 06:38 PM
    I was unaware of other viruses making heavy rounds....but it makes sense it would (people might get over the flu and while their immune system is still beat up from fighting the flu another respiratory virus comes knocking). I know what's making things worse in my area is our climate. We live in Alabama, but are only barely 80 miles from Panama City, FL....so our weather is pretty much warm year around. This recent cold front that we all saw across the SE United States had people here running their home heat for the first time in several years, and there is no telling what all kinds of dirt, mold, bacteria, ect had built up in those vents over the years that got dumped into people's houses.
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    01-12-2018, 04:34 PM
    This is from Alabama where I live: http://www.wtsp.com/entertainment/television/studio10/health/alabama-declares-state-of-emergency-from-flu-florida-dealing-with-widespread-outbreak/507325313 Here is an article talking about California: http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/09/health/california-flu-season-deadly-bn/index.html Article discussing nation:
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    01-12-2018, 03:57 PM
    Posting this as somewhat of a "FYI" for all my liberty cousins here. If you're not aware, the flu season this year has been a very bad one. So everyone should be very mindful of steps to avoid exposure as best they can. This isn't about trying to start a debate between pro-flu shot people and anti-flu shot people. If you don't believe in the flu shot being effective, be sure you're pumping your immune system. Things like vitamin C, turmeric, and even coffee (yes, coffee is good for your immune system as well as giving you water) are good. If you believe in the flu shot being effective, understand that there was a strain not predicted that is causing the damage this year. I forget the stain they are seeing offhand (H?N?), but it is one seen every few years and is particularly nasty. It's caused quite a few deaths already across the nation. This means that the flu vaccine given this season is only about 10% effective in preventing infection for this strain. However, it will help alleviate the severity and duration of symptoms if infected. Regardless of views, everyone please practice good sanitary habits. Stay hydrated, keep your hands clean, and avoid touching your face while out and about. Several states have declared one form of emergency or another due to this flu outbreak and MANY hospitals have activated diversion protocols (patients needing to be admitted are diverted to other hospitals due to lack of beds).
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    01-12-2018, 03:40 PM
    Very informative. Thanks. Full disclosure....my interest lies in the fact it seems your interest lies in dealing with chronic fatigue. Is that correct? I ask because I'm also dealing with chronic fatigue. Ironically, this is a complaint seeming to be really prevalent among men ages 40+ nowadays. My wife sees many patients complaining of it from all walks of life. Some are overweight, some "under" weight, some are heavy exercisers, some work in offices, some outside, ect. Point being, they can't seem to find any particular thing these people share that could be a possible link. After talking about it with my wife and her looking into it t o make sure she didn't see anything that could potentially hurt me....I ordered some myself to try. I'm also a coffee drinker (lol....I got a Kuerig for Christmas and a shit load of Dunkin Doughnuts Original Blend cups), so my wife will make my morning cup for me and like you, add it to that. I mention that because she'll eventually give me my coffee WITHOUT it to see how I do with and without (but with me not knowing when she isn't to test for "placebo"). So I'll add to your thread with my results as well.
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    01-09-2018, 09:15 PM
    Now the judge needs to reverse the other convictions and even the plea bargains due to the withholding of evidence...
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    01-08-2018, 01:07 PM
    A VICTORY for #Liberty as all charges against the @BundyRanch guys are dropped. The #goonerment #goonsquad was so overt with their cheating and lying that their own judge had to admit it was just too much. http://fxn.ws/2CSvzIf #FoxNews
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