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Reacher

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  1. That's our second fair catch on a kickoff. Their 99 TD return the difference so far. Fryfogle not looking NFL quality today
  2. Now let's run the ball down the field, take some time off the clock and get some more points
  3. Let's capitalize now. Need to come away with some points!
  4. I would like to see our D force a turnover and get us some momentum going
  5. I hope our O can take advantage of some good field position and put the pressure on them
  6. I'm liking our start. The fans mean business
  7. Looks like good news coming out of the American Journal of Therapeutics https://journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/fulltext/2021/08000/ivermectin_for_prevention_and_treatment_of.7.aspx "Conclusions: Moderate-certainty evidence finds that large reductions in COVID-19 deaths are possible using ivermectin. Using ivermectin early in the clinical course may reduce numbers progressing to severe disease. The apparent safety and low cost suggest that ivermectin is likely to have a significant impact on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic globally." If further research confirms this, how many died unnecessarily because it was being used more widely?
  8. A had a previous home with a flat roof over one room. I thought I'd use a white coating to help reflect some heat. I'm sure it was better than the typical black coating but after a month it was all dirty from the water that would pool there and all the dirt and debris that accumulated. The bright white didn't last long at all.
  9. Not working too well on VT (at slowing the spread) -
  10. WSJ article on climate change that actually points out both sides of an argument https://archive.fo/E03QZ
  11. Thanks for saving me some time. I had that open on my desktop to look into further later today.
  12. I see so many stories that make it hard to believe we are getting the whole truth. Here is one from today- https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/09/covid-whistleblower-wu-flu-fraud-vaers-reporting-database-tracking-vaccine-complications-wrong-factor-100/ If the stats are off by a factor of 2, that's 100 percent and a major story, let alone a factor of near 100. I have no idea who this Dr is and if she is credible but I'm not ready to summarily dismiss it as fantasy either. Hopefully, we can get to the bottom of these issues.
  13. This type of story makes me sick- https://nationalfile.com/doctor-wants-to-be-scary-to-the-public-and-inflate-covid-numbers-if-you-dont-get-vaccinated-you-know-youre-going-to-die/
  14. No one is saying Ivermectin is the magical cure. Can you acknowledge that it may be part of the solution? How about it deserves further study and should not be censored by YouTube and others? If not, how do you explain its success elsewhere - like the reports from India and @Inequality?
  15. Some degradation might be an understatement. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-9995149/People-received-Moderas-vaccine-early-TWICE-likely-breakthrough-infection.html
  16. Thanks and well said. Agree completely. And congrats on the weight loss !
  17. If I see relevant information, I like to bring it here and pass it along. Does not necessarily mean I believe it- or support it. Some people might find it interesting and or beneficial. I know I have found stuff from far right and far left outlets. In general, I favor vaccines for those 30+ and or in at risk groups (more the UK model than the Israel model), believe in transparency and more choices are better, along with keeping mandates to a minimum. It is undeniable vaccines have minimized the severity and deaths. I hope they keep improving. I believe natural antibodies are superior to the vaccine and believe they should count (looks the CDC is finally recognizing this) in the US as much as they do in the rest of the world. I like to post things that are perhaps new and or on the fringe as they bring more discussion. Some have proved prophetic- and others plain wrong!
  18. HSN is not the void! I don't know how you can say this vaccine is so proven and successful less than 12 months in- or that Ivermectin is not proven as it has been around much longer than the vaccine and, it could be argued, that it has a better safety record. Million are being given it, and other drugs, around the world. So there is not years of study as it relates to COVID, but that is same with every option right now. Perhaps some of the problems are for people taking it on their own and not at a recommended dose? If people were truly dying from it in large numbers, I'd imagine we would hear about that - in addition to to the millions that have benefitted from it. I think it is a mistake to bury our heads in the sand and not learn from what other countries are doing well, and poor, with. We do know that there are complications and deaths (albeit minimal) from the vaccines so it is not risk free. Turning around your statement, It's funny to me that there is such resistance to a proven, wildly successful therapeutic. I think it way too premature to say "It is dangerous and unproven for treating COVID, especially when compared to the vaccine." I don't see people arguing against the vaccines for therapeutics. Like @tdhoosier just said above, I think it is common sense that BOTH have a role. Yet some people, for whatever reason, want to censor and or diminish certain talk. I don't get that. That is the contrary to the essence of science. Try different methods and report honest results. Then people can accurately decide whether the Pfizer, Moderna, or other vaccine is best for them- or maybe not to get a vaccine. I recently read this- The study found vaccinated individuals carry 251 times the load of COVID-19 viruses in their nostrils compared to the unvaccinated. While moderating the symptoms of infection, the jab allows vaccinated individuals to carry unusually high viral loads without becoming ill at first, potentially transforming them into presymptomatic superspreaders. This phenomenon may be the source of the shocking post-vaccination surges in heavily vaccinated populations globally. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3897733 To early, IMO, to tell how accurate this is but would be rather scary if true!
  19. India having good success with Ivermectin. https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/lucknow/uttar-pradesh-government-says-ivermectin-helped-to-keep-deaths-low-7311786/ Are we too beholden to Pfizer to study and try this here?
  20. More good news- https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/michigan/2021/09/09/spectrum-health-workers-can-use-natural-immunity-vaccine-mandate-exemption/8262491002/ This seems logical... hopefully we will see more like this.
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