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    Well, you would likely already be dead and unable...

    Well, you would likely already be dead and unable to call everyone racists and proclaim your opinions are superior. How do you explain medical errors being the third most prevalent cause of death?...
  • Bad shoot, but play stupid games win stupid...

    Bad shoot, but play stupid games win stupid prizes. People just don’t seem to understand you go hands on with the police (or anyone for that matter these days) you might end up getting shot.
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    It’s concerning, but there is no point in making...

    It’s concerning, but there is no point in making one using the more traditional longer term approach. The disease would likely be over, or very small scale if they took 3-5 years. I’m not as...
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    If you are building it in your basement you won't...

    If you are building it in your basement you won't need AC, it will stay reasonably cool even without your house AC on, fan will be good enough. My garage gym though I have fans and right now its just...
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    Yeah I agree with that statement. Modern medicine...

    Yeah I agree with that statement. Modern medicine does help a lot, but not with everything. Many viral diseases for example, the best that modern medicine can do is supportive therapy and basically...
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    No methods or any info on their criteria or how...

    No methods or any info on their criteria or how they arrived at their mask effectiveness determination (not dismissing it as it looks about what I would expect based on pre-covid respiratory disease...
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    I mitigate dangers for living, and have for more...

    I mitigate dangers for living, and have for more than two decades. Still, when it comes to things that are not a physical hazard, and include a genetic component we currently have to play the hand we...
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    I always wondered if your user name was a...

    I always wondered if your user name was a combination of Montana and pockets like a "pocket set". I wish fur prices would go up, I might need to trap some rats this year at my fishing lakes. They are...
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    Wow that's crazy! I never use cash so I have not...

    Wow that's crazy! I never use cash so I have not experienced that, but I heard that it was happening as a result of the coin machines, banks etc not getting coins back. Basically people are sitting...
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    Well, that is how life works. I would be willing...

    Well, that is how life works. I would be willing to bet people who are not in a high risk group and have significant complications or death from this virus have genetic factors that influence that,...
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    It is believed that the troops actually brought...

    It is believed that the troops actually brought it here. It was running rampant at some of the joint US/British military bases prior to the soldiers returning home. People were dropping like flies in...
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    Mosquitoes kill more than a million people, every...

    Mosquitoes kill more than a million people, every year. Look at the statistics. Do your own research and report back. Of course there will be outliers, but the majority (by a large margin) of the...
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    Yeah, there is a window for the type of antibody...

    Yeah, there is a window for the type of antibody tests that they are using. There are different pathways that the immune system uses. Actual circulating antibodies are finite, your body gets rid of...
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    I never lost my sense of taste with whatever I...

    I never lost my sense of taste with whatever I had but I dropped 8lbs because I had zero appetite. Nothing sounded appetizing and I wasn’t hungry. I thought that part was great honestly ( this was...
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    I think many people are oblivious to the fact...

    I think many people are oblivious to the fact that there are places where masks can help, and places where they don't matter. If I am outside and away from people a mask doesn't matter. So in that...
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    Glad you didn’t get fried. Capacitor can ruin...

    Glad you didn’t get fried. Capacitor can ruin your day, they store a lot of juice.
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    I just 8ed myself with 45 minutes of mask free...

    I just 8ed myself with 45 minutes of mask free elliptical.
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    Wear is rollers skating in an indoor roller rink?...

    Wear is rollers skating in an indoor roller rink? That would be the perfect way to spread a virus like this. Going around in circles, increased respiration rate, breathing random people’s exhaled air...
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    There is plenty of research that demonstrates...

    There is plenty of research that demonstrates their effectiveness, it’s really not even arguable that they help reduce respiratory secretions of the wearer of the mask. Microbes are “sticky” in the...
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    Agree. That kind of virtue signaling idiocy is...

    Agree. That kind of virtue signaling idiocy is counterproductive to people wearing them. It is just a tough deal all around. There are people that should take precautions because COVID could kill...
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