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  1. He said that in February. MSM ignored it.
  2. I've finished 2 episodes. Watched a documentary about a pharmacist that investigated it after his kid died so I've known a lot but it's sick. Look at the Johnson & Johnson baby powder case. They knew some was tainted with asbestos and hid it. Now they are trying to use a loophole to get out of the lawsuits. Johnson & Johnson is drawing criticism after using a controversial bankruptcy maneuver to block roughly 38,000 lawsuits linked to claims that its talc baby powder was contaminated with cancer-causing asbestos. The health products giant used a quirk of Texas state law to spin off a new company called LTL, then dumped all its asbestos-related liabilities — including the avalanche of lawsuits — into the new firm. LTL filed for bankruptcy last week in a federal court in Charlotte, N.C., a move designed to sharply limit efforts to recover damages for those who say they were harmed by J&J's baby powder. "Johnson & Johnson doesn't have this liability anymore. They pushed all of it into the company they created just to file for bankruptcy," said Lindsey Simon, a bankruptcy expert at the University of Georgia School of Law. As a result, Simon said, "consumers can't recover [damages] against a big solvent company. They have to recover against this smaller fictional company created [by J&J]."
  3. The lab leak theory gains more and more evidence every month. Meanwhile the theory that it came from a bat one thousand miles away but somehow didn't infect a person or animal on its path to Wuhan still has zero evidence.
  4. A top NIH official admitted in a Wednesday letter that U.S. taxpayers funded gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses in Wuhan and revealed that EcoHealth Alliance, the U.S. non-profit that funneled NIH money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, was not transparent about the work it was doing. In the letter to Representative James Comer (R., Ky.), Lawrence A. Tabak of the NIH cites a “limited experiment” that was conducted to test if “spike proteins from naturally occurring bat coronaviruses circulating in China were capable of binding to the human ACE2 receptor in a mouse model.” The laboratory mice infected with the modified bat virus “became sicker” than those infected with the unmodified bat virus. A previously unpublished EcoHealth grant proposal filed with NIAID, obtained by The Intercept, had already exposed that $599,000 of the total grant to the Wuhan Institute of Virology was for research designed to make viruses more dangerous and/or infectious.
  5. Besides wimmens throwing arm punches while Anik acts like they are throwing bombs that would knock out anyone.
  6. I was trying to find this to post it. That's hilarious.
  7. He said he can't talk about it until after the fight. Maybe an injury but likely just needs to move up to 205
  8. Costa said he's currently 212 and won't make 185. Wants a catch weight fight.
  9. A British CEO sparked a debate on Linkedin over whether employers should offer "pawternity leave" to employees who have just bought a new dog. The founder of events company Boxpark, Roger Wade, asked his Linkedin connections the question with a poll earlier this month after he said an employee requested paid time off after buying a new puppy. Some 61% of voters said the boss should not grant the paid time off, of 34,000 who voted. Thousands of users left comments, voicing some strong opinions on the matter.
  10. Weird random stat. The Vikings haven't lost a game where they were leading at the beginning of the 4th quarter since Blair Walsh missed the field goal vs Seattle in 2016. They are 45-0 since that time.
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