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    She knew the risks.. (kidding).That seems pretty...

    She knew the risks.. (kidding).That seems pretty isolated, I really think it would be hard to suppress if that was common at all by this point. That kind of stuff ( temporary paralysis) can happen,...
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    Poll: I was surprised he was found guilty on all...

    I was surprised he was found guilty on all charges. I didn’t follow the trial, but I also wasn’t aware Chauvin tried to plead guilty to 3rd degree murder last year. I was under the impression,...
  • Some were trying to assist or at least convey...

    Some were trying to assist or at least convey that they should check vitals. I didn’t follow much of it but one was an off-duty firefighter I believe. They aren’t going to be able to do much without...
  • They should make the holster pocket lower and...

    They should make the holster pocket lower and more towards the center, that might help prevent any possible unwanted sexual advances. Especially if it was a larger revolver being carried like a 10.5"...
  • A sports bra and leggins would make CC...

    A sports bra and leggins would make CC challenging. I have not seen women exercising wear anything but leggings in years....Probably a belly band holster and a subcompact, if wearing a T-shirt.
  • I usually carry S&W Shield, its smaller but still...

    I usually carry S&W Shield, its smaller but still too big for wearing athleticwear w/out a good belt. So if I'm wearing really lightweight clothes I usually carry a tiny Ruger .380. It is awful to...
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    I’m not surprised, that’s a whole bunch of stuff...

    I’m not surprised, that’s a whole bunch of stuff you get all at once.
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    Just some pretty nasty temporary sides for some....

    Just some pretty nasty temporary sides for some. Another person I work with got their second Pfizer dose Friday and felt like death Saturday and Sunday then poof sides were gone and he felt fine....
  • I’ve had my CCL for 4-5 years, pretty much always...

    I’ve had my CCL for 4-5 years, pretty much always carry (where legal). If it’s not on my person it’s probably not far away. Then again I live near Chicago and it’s pretty much a war zone.
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    Really poor form on these. It’s a shame too...

    Really poor form on these. It’s a shame too because these are the shots that would be better suited to mass vaccinations as well as rural areas since the storage conditions are not as difficult as...
  • Agree. I think the fact that he didn’t render any...

    Agree. I think the fact that he didn’t render any aid is enough that the manslaughter charge will stick. Especially since others were telling him to check for a pulse etc. IMO to not attempt to put...
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    I find it really hard to even entertain that it...

    I find it really hard to even entertain that it didn’t. At the same time, I don’t care, I don’t think it was intentional. I think that most people capable of that kind of research are smart enough to...
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    It’s amazing how the same simple chemical bonds...

    It’s amazing how the same simple chemical bonds in things like willow bark (asprin) or even an amino acid could do such amazing things. “Vitamin” D is also really neat, mostly because “scientists”...
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    No idea. We know more about space than the deep...

    No idea. We know more about space than the deep ocean and that’s not much. We know very little about the brain or consciousness, it’s probably better that we don’t. Look up CAS9 protein and CRISPR,...
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    Totally a raper. He is like king of the wrappers...

    Totally a raper. He is like king of the wrappers in terms of simple squamous epithelial tissues.
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    Lol, are you still on the same flat earth as me?...

    Lol, are you still on the same flat earth as me? C’mon man.
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    I do have much to learn. Although, I am stronger,...

    I do have much to learn. Although, I am stronger, lighter, and prettier than you; and I attribute that to training more frequently.
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    It’s regularly by definition if it’s once per...

    It’s regularly by definition if it’s once per week. It’s just not enough frequency to be of much benefit in terms of muscular development, strength, aesthetics, or overall health. I could see keeping...
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    LWW was talking about rolling, and I’m only...

    LWW was talking about rolling, and I’m only guessing he means like down a hill on the ground.

    Yeah I’ve known a few who the condition made it really hard on their families/caregivers. Definitely...
  • True that. Glad to see you are able to get back...

    True that. Glad to see you are able to get back to training. Sounded like a helluva injury. I just got our bikes ready for the summer, but we usually stick to trails. I hate being on my bike on the...
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