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  1. Re: Well,, Well,, Well . . . . Hydroxychloroquine

    Has she been tested and given a confirmed diagnosis of Covid?

    I ask, because if having a headache and muscle pain are symptoms, them I've had Covid in Nicaragua like a dozen times already. Of...
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    Re: Herd Immunity at What Cost ?

    Your ad hominem attack deosn't merit a response, but as to your reference to fox news...

    No, I don't watch fox news. I've stopped consuming all main-stream media. I find all of them difficult to...
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    Re: Herd Immunity at What Cost ?

    Thank you for the clarification. I get what you were trying to say now.

    If the mask wearing rhetoric existed in a vacuum, then I would agree. My issue with the rhetoric around the mask is yet...
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    Re: Herd Immunity at What Cost ?

    In my opinion, Nicaragua has handled it better by allowing its population the freedom to handle their own business instead of telling them what they have to do. And yes, I find it a bit ironic that...
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    Re: Herd Immunity at What Cost ?

    I don't understand this opinion.

    The response to this virus (shutting down the global economy and the anti-democratic push to strip people of their freedoms) has been the single most destructive...
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    Re: Herd Immunity at What Cost ?

    I'd recommend doing some independent research into the efficacy of face masks. The powers that be in media and in politics (over most of the globe) are pushing a narrative that doesn't sync with the...
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    Re: Herd Immunity at What Cost ?

    Yup.
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    Re: Herd Immunity at What Cost ?

    I've never heard about another virus that only grants 2-3 month antibodies. The immune responses to viruses in our bodies do eventually degrade with age (making them less effective), but this isn't...
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    Re: Cases Are Up, Deaths Are Down

    "Who are you going to believe? Me or your own eyes?" --Groucho Marx
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    Re: Thoughts on the current Pandemic

    I agree. I count many politicians, scientists, tech giants, and media outlets among the authoritarians in the United States and all over "developed" nations. I didn't mean to imply that DO is...
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    Re: Thoughts on the current Pandemic

    I'm not sure that I'll ever be able to say that, but credit where credit is due. I can acknowledge a good move even if that move is made by an authoritarian.
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    Re: Google News, June 20, 2020

    They import medicines. The last time that I was in Chinandega, I talked to a guy tending a Farmacia--who explained to me that the inexpensive medicines comes from labs in India. I opted for the...
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    Re: Thoughts on the current Pandemic

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euGQoAkp43g
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    Re: Thoughts on the current Pandemic

    I'm glad to hear that they're getting better. I appreciate the updates. I abandoned social media a couple of weeks ago in order to avoid the brain numbing onslaught of stupid.
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    Re: Thoughts on the current Pandemic

    Is that Norman there with Krisnia? If so, he's looking fierce and healthy and larger than I remember. I'm guessing that's just because she's holding him closer to the camera...
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    Re: YouTube of the day

    I have deep respect for those people who walk the walk before they talk the talk--even if I happen to disagree with them.
  17. Re: Pandemic: geography, politics & death rate stats

    You've made my point into a straw man. I'm not suggesting that we sprinkle Mercer and Ebola onto our breakfast cereal in order to beef up our immune systems, and obviously it is neither advisable or...
  18. Re: Pandemic: geography, politics & death rate stats

    This is the most common rhetoric coming out of the "just go along to get along" crowd--when it comes to wearing masks and/or gloves and/or social distancing and/or full on quarantine. However, there...
  19. Re: Pandemic: geography, politics & death rate stats

    It is the mucus that binds us:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmkYASq36vo
  20. Re: Pandemic: geography, politics & death rate stats

    Diet, exercise, and sleep all help people to have a stronger immune system (it's true), but you've forgotten maybe the most important one: constant exposure to new viruses and bacteria.

    You're...
  21. Re: Pandemic: geography, politics & death rate stats

    I can't help but notice a pattern that countries with totalitarian governments all seem to want to down-play the impact of this virus (China, North Korea, Nicaragua, etc), but that countries with...
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    There may be some people who would benefit from this treatment, so I'm okay with someone developing it and making it available to those who want it. As for me, I opt to allow my immune system to...
  23. Re: Pandemic: geography, politics & death rate stats

    The malnutrition is a problem (there are no two ways around that), but aside from that one factor, Nicaragua has everything going in its favor. It's hotter there (bad for the virus). They get more...
  24. Re: Pandemic: geography, politics & death rate stats

    Hear, hear.
  25. Re: Pandemic: geography, politics & death rate stats

    This is an accurate statement, but even so it made me wince. It comes a bit too close to the line from Scrooge, "If he be like to die, he had better do it, and decrease the surplus population." ...
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