The new Corona virus, should we worry?

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If covid19 was a purposefully released bioweapon, then conservative "freedumb" Americans walked over to a live grenade, lubed up their own a__holes, and shoved the grenade as far up their own rear ends as they could before it went off. Up to the elbow.

99.999% of societal and economic damage to America was caused by the false "defiance" of some Americans.

Such Americans should be allowed to face civil lawsuits, for the harm they have directly caused.
 

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JJMD gets bitch slapped. Hahahahahahaha

https://www.npr.org/2020/12/31/9525...estroying-more-than-500-moderna-vaccine-doses

A Milwaukee pharmacist was arrested Thursday and accused of "tampering with and causing the destruction" of more than 550 doses of the Moderna vaccine against the coronavirus last week, Grafton, Wis., police confirmed.

In a statement, Grafton Police Department officials said the pharmacist — now fired from the Advocate Aurora Health hospital system — was arrested on recommended charges of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, adulterating a prescription drug and criminal damage to property.

Officials did not release the individual's identity "pending formal advisement of charges." However, a licensed pharmacist named Steven Brandenburg was booked Thursday for the same charges, according to the Ozaukee County Sheriff's Department.



Bring criminal charges!!! Make an example out of disgusting people like JJ. Screw up their lives! What they deserve.
 

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Gotta love those communists.
It really isn't about communists.... look to New Zealand and Scandinavia for other examples of effective leadership. To stop a virus from raging throughout a country takes strong and bold leadership. A couple week lockdown in Seattle and Greater NYC would been incredibly effective and allowed hundreds of millions of other Americans to go about their lives. Sucks for them but that is their luck of the draw.
not disagreeing that a larger lockdown may have been more effective. That’s one thing I’ve found stupid about the dinning ban in Minnesota if you live by the boarder simply go across and eat then drive back. This whole thing was handled very poorly by both the federal and state governments.

part is the problem with being a United set is states is that states retained so much power. Look at all the times states take the federal government to court for stuff. There is no way a federal lockdown of New York and Seattle would have been upheld by the courts.

it’s easy for New Zealand to to close it boarders and they have a population of 4.5 million.
 

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Enjoy large public gatherings that you’ll be barred from joining. :)

No covid passport = suck it, bitch.
 

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not disagreeing that a larger lockdown may have been more effective. That’s one thing I’ve found stupid about the dinning ban in Minnesota if you live by the boarder simply go across and eat then drive back. This whole thing was handled very poorly by both the federal and state governments.

part is the problem with being a United set is states is that states retained so much power. Look at all the times states take the federal government to court for stuff. There is no way a federal lockdown of New York and Seattle would have been upheld by the courts.

it’s easy for New Zealand to to close it boarders and they have a population of 4.5 million.
But what about the Orcs?
 

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If covid19 was a purposefully released bioweapon, then conservative "freedumb" Americans walked over to a live grenade, lubed up their own a__holes, and shoved the grenade as far up their own rear ends as they could before it went off. Up to the elbow.

Oh yeah, it’s all the conservative‘s fault. Great take.

99.999% of societal and economic damage to America was caused by the false "defiance" of some Americans.

Can you expand on how you allocate blame?

Such Americans should be allowed to face civil lawsuits, for the harm they have directly caused.

The college kids, clueless family members that infected their parents, grandparents are to blame for their parent’s and grandparents irresponsibility? Were they forced to congregate at gender reveal parties, Turkey dinners?
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I thought Trump was on it, guess not...
The idea that isn’t on our State elected officials is preposterous. Some states are doing well and getting the vaccine out. Others are failing and finger pointing the blame. The fact that Biden and the left want to blame that on Trump is comical. You eat it up.

The MDH spokesman basically said that 10% of doses being given was a success for MN. Unbelievable.
 

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Whatcha gonna do when 40% of us refuse to take that $hit?
Probably have to keep listening to people like you whine and complain that things aren’t back to normal. The people that want it the most are the ones least willing to do anything about it.
 

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The idea that isn’t on our State elected officials is preposterous. Some states are doing well and getting the vaccine out. Others are failing and finger pointing the blame. The fact that Biden and the left want to blame that on Trump is comical. You eat it up.

The MDH spokesman basically said that 10% of doses being given was a success for MN. Unbelievable.
Sorry, but I'm calling bullfeathers and during a time of national emergency we need to Unite - hence the name UNITED STATES of Ameican.

During WWII, we produce the armaments on the following timeline -

One plane every 4 seconds
One tank every 7 seconds
One ship every day

Per Doris Kearns Goodwin.

So don't tell me we couldn't have done a better job regarding tracing and testing or a national rollout of the vaccine - Dump had never carried about the detail and neither have most of this cabinet; anyone who deals with logistics in their job, understands that's how stuff is completed. Plan you work; work you plan - It ain't pompous rhetoric.
 

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Sorry, but I'm calling bullfeathers and during a time of national emergency we need to Unite - hence the name UNITED STATES of Ameican.

During WWII, we produce the armaments on the following timeline -

One plane every 4 seconds
One tank every 7 seconds
One ship every day

Per Doris Kearns Goodwin.

So don't tell me we couldn't have done a better job regarding tracing and testing or a national rollout of the vaccine - Dump had never carried about the detail and neither have most of this cabinet; anyone who deals with logistics in their job, understands that's how stuff is completed. Plan you work; work you plan - It ain't pompous rhetoric.
Why would the feds “plan the work” at the State level? Do the State leaders not know the resources, challenges, and requirements of their State best? Do they not set and lead the teams that are going to “work the plan” in their State? Have they not had months to prepare for this? Can they not coordinate with their neighbors on resources, ideas, etc.?
Yet they should be sitting around with their thumbs shoved up their arse waiting to be told what to do?

Come on. What exactly are our State leaders here for - maybe we should just have a federal gov’t only since we are the United States? It is trying way too hard to blame certain State failures on the Feds, much less Trump, here. Nonsense. Does the CEO of a large Company develop “the plan” for each department or does he leave that to the heads of those departments? Why is that?
 

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Why would the feds “plan the work” at the State level? Do the State leaders not know the resources, challenges, and requirements of their State best? Do they not set and lead the teams that are going to “work the plan” in their State? Have they not had months to prepare for this? Can they not coordinate with their neighbors on resources, ideas, etc.?
Yet they should be sitting around with their thumbs shoved up their arse waiting to be told what to do?

Come on. What exactly are our State leaders here for - maybe we should just have a federal gov’t only since we are the United States? It is trying way too hard to blame certain State failures on the Feds, much less Trump, here. Nonsense. Does the CEO of a large Company develop “the plan” for each department or does he leave that to the heads of those departments? Why is that?
Quit being myopic, I know you're smarter than that - stop selling yourself and not expecting and maximizing your best.

Don't overthink it or you'll never get laid - it works if you work it.

Leaders lead, losers don't. I'm in the former group and yourself???? I CAN'T MEANS i WONT - READ HOW HENRY FORD DEVELOPED THE MODEL T IN "THINK AND GROW RICH." Even though he was an anti-Semite, that doesn't' mean we can't learn from him.

We'll get you to the next level son, i'm in, are you?
 
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Seems like someone we should all be listening to.

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According to Kendrick:[19]

  • A high-fat diet has no impact on blood cholesterol levels.
  • High-cholesterol levels do not cause or increase the risk of heart disease.
  • Statins do not protect against heart disease by lowing cholesterol levels.
  • The protection provided by statins is so small it is not worth bothering with.
  • Statins have many negative side effects, including death and creation of deformed babies.
  • All medical experts should be ignored as they are paid large sums of money from statin manufacturers.
  • The only expert that should be listened to is Malcolm Kendrick.
 

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Seems like someone we should all be listening to.

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So you cant discredit the article, you try to discredit the author.....

There is plenty of room for discussion on the effectiveness and side effects of statins, saturated fats aren't bad you, most poly unsaturated fats are, high carb, low glycemic carbs and being obese are way more detrimental to cholesterol than fats.....and so forth, we can have another thread on diet if you want..........
 

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As of 4:21pm on 1/1......
- 28.1% of the total received doses have been given
- In the 50-States (+ DC), the average % of doses given is 31.2%
- In the 50-States (+ DC), the median % of doses given is 28.5%
- 3 are above 50% - Maine, South Dakota, DC
- 9 States are above 40% - CT, WV, MT, NE, ND, OH
- 16 have given more than 1/3 - IL, CO, SC, VT, NM, TX, RI
- Minnesota ranks #41 in the US (48,189/210,750) @ 22.9%
(NOTE: this # of shots given is higher than MDH is reporting on their web-site).
- 9 States less organized than MN - CA, NC, NJ, AL, WA, OK, GA, KS
- Kansas is last - only 10.6% and almost 10% fewer than 2nd to last (GA - 20.4%).

 
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