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Everything posted by juice64011

  1. I've seen quite a few of these cases and know of one personally. I'm not saying it's to hurt Trump but they are happening. This one was just a couple of months ago. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/carolina-family-working-to-remove-covid-19-from-mother-s-death-certificate/ar-BB1aiCAO The one I know personally is a similar situation as the one above. A family friend was 72. He had stage 4 cancer that spread to his lungs and was given 6 months to live a few months before he died. He had been going to Mayo for treatments. One trip he tested positive for Covid. A couple weeks later he was negative for covid. He never had symptoms. A month after his positive covid test and 2 weeks after his negative tests he was put in the ICU and on a vent. He had a heart attack on Christmas day and died. He died from cancer and heart issues not covid but he was counted as a covid death. We have no idea how accurate these numbers are.
  2. Judge bars Biden from enforcing 100-day deportation ban U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton issued a temporary restraining order sought by Texas, which sued on Friday against a Department of Homeland Security memo that instructed immigration agencies to pause most deportations. Tipton said the Biden administration had failed “to provide any concrete, reasonable justification for a 100-day pause on deportations.” https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/judge-bars-biden-from-enforcing-100-day-deportation-ban/ar-BB1d7jEV?li=BBnb7Kz
  3. Not sure how I missed this. People are still surprised when others don't trust the CDC or Progressives. They don't care about the science. Deaths from COVID-19 are overwhelmingly concentrated among the elderly, and thus it would seem obvious that vaccinating older Americans should be a top priority. Yet the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have released guidance suggesting that millions of essential workers should receive the vaccine before many people 65 and older. Part of the reason for this, according to a CDC report, is to mitigate and racial and ethnic "health inequities." Older Americans are disproportionately white, whereas the essential worker category includes a larger percentage of racial minorities and low-income people. "Older populations are whiter, " Harald Schmidt, a professor of ethics and health policy at the University of Pennsylvania, told The New York Times. "Society is structured in a way that enables them to live longer. Instead of giving additional health benefits to those who already had more of them, we can start to level the playing field a bit."
  4. Streaming isn't illegal in the US. They can't do anything if you aren't providing streams to others.
  5. I'm sure getting ktfo was really good for his brain last night. Lol at the excuses
  6. Poirier destroyed conors leg and then knocked him out in the 2nd
  7. What armies have you been using for war? It's been awhile so I should practice with something.
  8. I'm still good with my pick.
  9. It won't save him from Decomp's corruption
  10. The CDC has updated its guidance about when a person should get the coronavirus vaccine’s second dose. The recommended time between doses is 21 days for Pfizer and 28 days for Moderna’s vaccine. The CDC says while the second dose should be administered as close to the recommended time as possible, the dose can now be scheduled up to six weeks later if necessary.
  11. Please DM your pics to Lenny for approval.
  12. That's too advanced, we are busy double subsidizing fields of giant windmills and claiming they are "competitively priced" compared to our current options.
  13. Nuclear is the best option imo. I think the Japan power plant scared some people but if you build inland, they would be really safe and cheap. They are planning a natural gas plant on the west side of my state. It will be a couple of years before they start construction I think.
  14. We have a coal mine and power plant in central ND. All of the power is sent to Minneapolis and Wisconsin. The plant was meeting the Paris Climate Accord standards before it was ever signed but Minnesota is pushing towards renewable energy. The company that owns it wants to shut it down and use the existing line for wind power. The landowners got together and said they didn't agree to put wind towers on their land. They obviously want to sell their coal and the plant is basically keeping a small town alive as it employs 260 people. Now the company is trying to sell it instead.
  15. Gas and Diesel engines are also greatly advancing. The new Chevy Duramax Half Ton Pickup gets a legit 30 mpg on the highway. My friend has one and took it on a vacation which was about 440 miles roundtrip. 4 people in the vehicle plus luggage. He still had a quarter tank left when he got home and it's only a 22 gallon tank with the reserve. Total cost of fuel on the trip, about $40.
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