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  1. Cant believe they left Joe Exotic out of the pardon list, he had a limo with hair and makeup all ready to go. Must have been that b1tch Carole Baskins doing.
  2. https://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/us-politics/new-york-state-bar-association-considers-expelling-rudy-giuliani-over-role-in-capitol-siege/news-story/462c89f78f4e5560afa02dc8591b997f
  3. Btw Oz, ive never pickled garlic, but when i have some excess i usually gently cook it and infuse it in oil. Keeps indefinitely, has heaps of flavour and can be used on just about anything.
  4. Yeah i use the beet greens like spinach as well. Have three pots of coloured silverbeet on my balcony now but no pics. The pickling recipe is dead easy, boil the beetroot in lightly salted water for about 30 mins skin on until tender. 1 part white wine vinegar, 1 part raw suger, then your herbs and spices (mustard seed, peppercorn, fennel seed, allspice berries, salt) brought to the boil. Sterilize your jars by boiling them for 15 minutes, peel and cut the beets while still hot, pour over the pickle juice and leave for a couple of weeks to mature. Basic recipe works for onions and little cucumbers as well.
  5. The beetroot is from a month ago, picked and pickled. Tomatoes and strawberries a couple of seasons ago,
  6. https://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/us-politics/donald-trump-addresses-rioters-calls-them-very-special/news-story/74de85d24a4c143f2a58e9a3e3b72f01
  7. Its actually a really interesting research paper about scientists studying different species of bats and finding huge variations of coronaviruses, helping them to build a family tree and study their evolution, which in turn helps to better understand the virus as a whole and help develop strategies for the future.
  8. Dre in ICU from an aneurysm. https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/celebrity-life/reports-dr-dre-is-in-icu-after-suffering-brain-aneurysm/news-story/9f2512e79a3dff0825cbac1735688e3a
  9. Heres an interesting read on the relationship between bats and coronaviruses https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/04/200423082231.htm "Bats do a lot of good for the world -- they pollinate plants, they eat disease-carrying insects, and they help disperse seeds that help with the regeneration of tropical forest trees. Bats and a range of other mammal groups are also natural carriers of coronaviruses. To better understand this very diverse family of viruses, which includes the specific coronavirus behind COVID-19, scientists compared the different kinds of coronaviruses living in 36 bat species from the western Indian Ocean and nearby areas of Africa. They found that different groups of bats at the genus and in some cases family level had their own unique strains of coronavirus, revealing that bats and coronaviruses have been evolving together for millions of years." "A lot of people use "coronavirus" as a synonym for "COVID-19," the kind of coronavirus causing the current pandemic. However, there are a vast number of types of different coronaviruses, potentially as many as bat species, and most of them are unknown to be transferred to humans and pose no known threat. The coronaviruses carried by the bats studied in this paper are different from the one behind COVID-19, but by learning about coronaviruses in bats in general, we can better understand the virus affecting us today." https://theconversation.com/heres-how-scientists-know-the-coronavirus-came-from-bats-and-wasnt-made-in-a-lab-141850 This is also worth reading for those interested
  10. It says that it can cause a range of neorological issiues including encephalitis (swelling of the brain) and stroke (blocked artery or hemorrhagic bleeding in a burst blood vessel). Cerebral aneurysms are generally caused by damage to the artery, so the probability they correlate is not definite, but certainly worth mentioning.
  11. https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/the-hidden-long-term-cognitive-effects-of-covid-2020100821133
  12. https://www.news.com.au/world/coronavirus/global/medical-worker-fired-after-deliberately-destroying-500-doses-of-covid19-vaccine/news-story/17e482a890bb21cc8c7e2d30139db0ef A worker at a Wisconsin medical facility has been fired for deliberately destroying more than 500 doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
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