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ceegeegee 5 points ago +5 / -0

I believe medical error is one of the leading causes of death as well. Is that linked to residents or doctors in established practices who have already walked the gauntlet?

Separate question: I have noticed the trend in recent years to bring the threshold for what are considered healthy cholesterol numbers down and the explosion of pre-DM. Do you agree with these newer thresholds? .

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ceegeegee 3 points ago +3 / -0

I believe that is a feature, not a bug. It is utter BS.

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ceegeegee 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is something that completely raises my ire and gets me swearing.

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ceegeegee 1 point ago +1 / -0

Several years ago, SF was proposing this. If you are familiar with SF geography, it is its own city/county. Everyone coming south from the Peninsula to go into the city or to access the bridges to the north and east must pass through the city. Anyway, at the time a lot of the techies were commuting south out of the city to SV. So when they proposed it, one of the supervisors of the county to the south said "Great! How are we going to split the revenue?" They completely did not consider the fact one-sidedness of the proposal, nor that the techies who were commuting over the roads to get to their jobs 30-50 miles south by choice had an impact as well. It got dropped immediately. The only time I ever did a fist pump for a county supervisor.

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ceegeegee 14 points ago +14 / -0

If that makes them "feel threatened", then they have never really been threatened. It is code for 'I didn't get my way so I am going to have a temper tantrum now.'

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ceegeegee 6 points ago +6 / -0

What scares me is if it is really 4-6% in the end, what the hell has to happen to get there???

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ceegeegee 4 points ago +4 / -0

That was my first thought. It is not exactly camping weather in the Northern Hemisphere right now.

If you are going to break up that is one thing, but don't air your shit in public, especially if you have kids together. I have zero respect for people that use their kids as weapons. You were blessed to have them in the first place and that is not honoring that fact.

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ceegeegee 17 points ago +17 / -0

It never occurs to them that we all have different risk calculus.

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ceegeegee 2 points ago +2 / -0

What blows me away is the fact the 3rd bullet point has not gotten more attention. The video of that FDA meeting proves they knew this back in October 2020.

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ceegeegee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Choked on my covfefe - good one!

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ceegeegee 3 points ago +3 / -0

Drummer here - that is the bass drum leg, assuming he plays right handed which most do. It depends on how he uses the pedal. Heel down or heel up. If heel down, you get issues with the calf. I am heel up so I have never experienced calf injury but I have in the upper thigh. Don't know if there are any pictures of him playing that reveal that.

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ceegeegee 13 points ago +13 / -0

The more you open up your mind and allow information to flow in from all directions, and use your critical thinking to sort it into possibilities, you will realise that there is more to life than what we are taught in school.>

I think this is very key. A friend and I were talking that you have to consider the seemingly bizarre - for as much as people preach about an open mind, what they're really saying is to be open minded to my kind of open minded ness.

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ceegeegee 1 point ago +1 / -0

Spouseanon just brought this up - I checked and the waves are expected to be...1-2 feet. But stay away from the coast! It is laughable.

(For perspective, Mavericks waves are between 25-50 feet.)

However, if water = information, are we about to see a tidal wave?

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ceegeegee 3 points ago +3 / -0

Part of the problem is you have a significant number of people think if it is not on the internet, it never happened. SF was an epicenter and I will bet if you went and checked the physical archives of newspapers like the Chronicle and Examiner there would be plenty of articles about this but online, it is very hard to search to find anything older than about ten years on their websites.

Right before the election I saw an article about the Resident that ran in 1974 but only through a piece in National Review and even the NR author was surprised it existed. It was a piece that had run in the Washingtonian magazine profiling JB. Actually it is quite interesting if you want to check it out. JB didn't believe in the Constitution back then either. But this is something you wouldn't search for if you didn't know it existed

https://www.washingtonian.com/1974/06/01/joe-biden-kitty-kelley-1974-profile-death-and-the-all-american-boy/

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ceegeegee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh yes, but if I had to guess, it would be the end. His spirit cooking etc. is going to freak people out and people who were all in for HRC are going to freak even more when they put two and two together.

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ceegeegee 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yep. I knew a couple of people that died from AIDS but had they lived they would have been in their 60s and 70s now.

Many people don't realize this, but there are a couple of companies out there now that will issue life insurance to an HIV positive applicant if they show good control, etc.

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ceegeegee 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree that he is the head of the snake, but if it was Podesta, it reverts back to a political us vs. them to divert. Fauci’s crimes affect everyone regardless if you are are R/D, left/right, old/young, ruch/poor, etc.

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ceegeegee 4 points ago +4 / -0

All are Harvard or Yale with the exception of Amy Coney Barrett who went to Norte Dame.

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ceegeegee 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dr. Malone gets a lot of publicity because he is willing to speak and ask the questions. The interview he did with Dr. McCullough and Dr. Desmet on Tommy's podcast earlier in the month touches on this question. There are about a million licensed physicians in the US and all but about 500 are sitting on the sidelines right now. Both Malone and McCullough get questions all the time about 'where are the rest of your colleagues?' and they were at a loss. Desmet felt they fit a profile that they had a willingness to ask questions regarding the official narrative. It got into a philosophical analogy to Socrates when Malone wryly mentioned the hemlock and there was a nervous joke about the two of them having to drink hemlock as well. Then someone brought up cancel culture, etc as the 21st century version . Everyone was quiet for a bit with the realization they have already been given the hemlock and that they are on a path from which there is no turning back.

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ceegeegee 4 points ago +4 / -0

I have a question: how are batches distributed? Let's say you had 10 different zip codes - does each zip code get a separate batch ? Or is it evenly distributed throughout?

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