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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

From 2015, he was just starting his run and he was giving helicopter rides to kids.

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

Delaying your vaccines is a good idea. I think there may be revelations coming, so many people have finally gotten interested. Some parents manage to care for their children by working in shifts. This is a good time when the baby is small and sleeping a lot.

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inquimous 6 points ago +6 / -0

Time for a change. Good luck, there seem to be a lot of jobs available, at least here.

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

Nice graph. Was reading some early history of the Masons. They were making money off this too. There was a competition between the rites to attract members by offering more levels and there were scammers selling non-existent levels. Reminded me of shorting stocks. Anyway, this board is proof that not all the intelligent people are controlled by Masons.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is very important marketing research. If FB goes down they will need it.

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

Inertia is highly underrated. Seriously, an alternative research model is necessary to break into this problem.

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inquimous 7 points ago +7 / -0

In my late forties I realized that the "truth" of my twenties had all been superceded and the "studies" which were gospel were now anathema. That was discouraging, you saved yourself and your patients years of malpractice by quitting early. I went back to school specifically to study research methods in general so that I could be informed about these "studies" that rule our lives. Very worthwhile use of time. The academic world is just as twisted as the medical world. They are also driven by money. Money comes from grants. Grants come with strings. Negative results aren't published and don't generate more grants. Not being published means not advancing academically and the same with not bringing in grant revenue, no tenure. It all works together.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

Find other doctors, and nurses, and naturopaths who care. Like Frontline Doctors. They are out there. Nurses are getting ruined the same way, but they at least had more of a tradition of caring.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hope you actually gained your M.D., because as misguided as the whole process is, it would still give you some credibility to promote real health care and expose the bad parts--if you have the fortitude of a saint and even a little compassion for the suffering. The one heavyweight you left out is the food industry. Along with spreading poison literally, they have been spreading it in ads. The whole "healthy oil" thing was cooked up to sell margarine. The good news (imo) is that the time is favorable for a change and some doctors who stood up against the system were revealed by the scamdemic. Now they need to band together.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not exactly. A placebo effect is when a person is given a placebo and experiences what he thinks he would if he had had the treatment. Apparently faith alone is often curative. This article says reported adverse effects are delusions, just as placebo effects are. It's a plausible way of belittling the complainers. But limited to subjective complaints like itch or headache with no objective signs.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

But the woke city council took great care to paint bicycle lanes all over town so people would do so.

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

How I wish I had excuses like that when I was in an HOA.

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

He's always been noted around here as a helpful, decent guy, not the stage persona.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Dunno. The 5 a.m. news was screaming about the huge number of omicron cases, when will it peak, back to masks and social distancing, etc. No real numbers but lots of stock pics of vaccinations, swabs up noses, etc.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you. "There are no coincidences" is used to justify every event that happens to be, uh, contemporaneous with every person/event that someone wants to work into their own cabal theory, to the point of ridiculousness.

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inquimous 21 points ago +21 / -0

Amen. It's slow, but seems like the only way things get done.

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inquimous 5 points ago +5 / -0

How do you get anything else done, reading all this? 😊

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

We assume he knew what it meant and wasn't a cool cowboy sounding name.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

He got a visa so he would be available and expendable. This is such a neatly done FF, I could imagine white hats pulling it off (but not why they would). Everyone was scared, but the only person dead will not be missed.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

A FOIA document from the DoD last week said both were curative. Project Veritasgot it. https://www.nationandstate.com/2022/01/11/ivermectin-works-throughout-all-phases-of-covid-according-to-leaked-military-documents/

The other mention of chloroquine, not HCQ, was in a NIH publication in 2005, discussing the original SARS. Not directly authored by Fauci but under his supervision.

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