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Imwideawake 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ok - I couldn’t listen to the end and am honestly shocked that they let her read so much of that!! What the hell

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Imwideawake 1 point ago +1 / -0

How much, (aside from the priceless value of a man’s life) did these things cost??

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Imwideawake 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have worked both in private practice and for a larger organization. In my organization, if we get caught accepting so much as a cupcake or ink pen from a sales rep we can get fired. No one brings us anything. We don’t meet with any sales reps. We try to make our decisions based on good research. I can’t speak to what may go on under the table. Back in private practice yes, the physician got trips, gifts, etc. but I didn’t see him change his prescribing practices due to this and he was quite critical in his thinking about what therapies he used for his patients. I often tell patients how they can improve/treat/heal themselves with natural remedies and diet, gasp thereby reducing the number of repeat visits! I treat my patients how I want my family to be treated. You are being completely bigoted in your blanket statements about all healthcare providers. Not all of us practice like you think.

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Imwideawake 6 points ago +6 / -0

I understand the mistrust that has developed around medicine. I work in the medical field and I get it. I’ve lost a lot of trust as well and seen some things I’ve never seen in 32 years of this work. But I don’t know any providers (physicians, NP’s, PA’s) that got personally paid extra to give MRNA injections, certain medications or diagnose people with COVID. I HAVE seen plenty be lazy about investigating anything and blindly/fearfully follow government guidelines - which I do believe are shaped by some with malicious intent.

So it’s going to be like anything else- you’ll have to do some research and try to make the best informed decision for you. But don’t totally give up on all medical professionals. Many are awake and still want to do it to help others.

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Imwideawake 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes it might, as I said, I’m ignorant of the actual testing they do

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Imwideawake 7 points ago +7 / -0

It’s a stool test. You send your entire stool sample to a lab to be screened for blood and cancerous cells. I believe the basic idea is - if you’ve got polyps or cancer going on inside the colon, those abnormal cells shed off easily and can be detected in your sample. I am ignorant of the actual testing, and if you’re wary of genetic testing, I cannot say whether or not they are doing that.

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Imwideawake 16 points ago +16 / -0

If you don’t have high risk of colon cancer (strong family history - meaning first or second degree relative, diagnosed under the age of 50) you don’t need one. Do Cologuard testing instead. My bowels have not been the same since I had one. I’m convinced the prep ruined my normal function. Plus you’ll avoid anesthesia and any time you can avoid that you should.

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Imwideawake 7 points ago +7 / -0

You speak of the Dunning Krueger effect. Many so called intelligent people have it. Another name is arrogance or narcissism. Humility is wisdom.

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Imwideawake 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes and why has no one mentioned that clearly Evspra was provoked in some manner, but are we afraid to ask about it in fear of the ban hammer? He was kind to me here when I was a dumb handshake. Maybe he’s still young and impulsive….

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Imwideawake 4 points ago +4 / -0

Using their own tweets against them is just the height of delicious fun.

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Imwideawake 6 points ago +6 / -0

Quick search reveals that Natasha is in fact her full name.

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Imwideawake 6 points ago +6 / -0

I feel ya. It is beyond frustrating. I have moved through all the stages of grief over this and find normal vapid conversation with a normie almost completely intolerable. And I understand how you have to disconnect from them, and move on with life. I’m really trying to coach myself here to have more patience and not just give in to the impulse to call them all retards and say screw em.

Mainly I meant that here, I see conversation between long time users of GAW get into name calling and that is a shame. I want to have patience for those that are waking up enough to find their way here.

Wish I could say I have been awake as long as you have. I can imagine it’s been a long frustrating road. Keep the faith.

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Imwideawake 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep. Last night, was with a group of friends. All discussing their latest booster. What?? I keep asking them why every time they get another one. They never stop to think about it. Just blindly go get the next one. Staggering.

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Imwideawake 18 points ago +18 / -0

Thanks for this. I feel there’s been a lot of tension here lately and not much patience for each other. Name calling and rudeness are not a good look for us and the written format sometimes is easy to misinterpret. I’m trying to be more clear and straightforward in my communication here and elsewhere.

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Imwideawake 3 points ago +3 / -0

My mother is in DAR. If you are interested in joining (DAR or SAR) they will help you do some of the genealogy work.

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Imwideawake 0 points ago +2 / -2

I suspect she has Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. This is where the cells lack receptors for testosterone. So in the womb, when the fetus is supposed to start changing into a male, the development stays female. These people have a Y chromosome but external genitalia looks female. They are usually raised female. The gonads are removed because they have a propensity for cancer and they take estrogen after that. Again, just a guess but something about her does not make me think she is the usual transgender ….

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Imwideawake 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think she likely has CAIS. Genetic testing would reveal XY. Cells insensitive to testosterone, so the fetus continues to develop as a female externally. Children with this are typically raised as female. Unsure what the right thing to do regarding sports competition is. Evidently at certain levels, genetic testing was required and an XY would be excluded from women's sport.

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Imwideawake 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes. But how about actually connecting with people for bartering? I suppose we would be restricted to smaller communities. How do we identify each other? Just things I’ve been pondering.

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Imwideawake 2 points ago +2 / -0

Has anyone heard of Andrew Torba’s proposed parallel economy? I’ve not really looked into it but a family member mentioned it.

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Imwideawake 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ok thanks. Sorry if I was a bit reactive. 😬

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