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    I wasn't vague, though, I was talking...

    I wasn't vague, though, I was talking specifically about Ivermectin. It looks very much like having worms at the same time makes you extra susceptible to bad outcomes with COVID--not unlike vitamin...
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    If you check more carefully I think you'll agree...

    If you check more carefully I think you'll agree they're actually pretty alike: if you need either one you should absolutely get it, and it makes a big difference. Other people aren't going to...
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    Certainly expected eventually, but the timing is...

    Certainly expected eventually, but the timing is entirely too perfect. Had to be damn near peak contagiousness that day. Hopefully I can thank her sometime when it won't seem sarcastic.
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    The people of Wal-Mart still appreciate your...

    The people of Wal-Mart still appreciate your contributions, whether they've gone dick-nose or just skipped it.

    My wife was a little offended last Wednesday when an unmasked friend of ours saw her...
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    Do you have some specific concerns you can...

    Do you have some specific concerns you can highlight about the modeling?

    I'm not afraid of single layer buffs. Gapers gonna gape and wonder why they always have to mess with them, but if they're...
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    It would be kinda nice if they were worried about...

    It would be kinda nice if they were worried about fake results--drop the pre-test requirement and use cheap tests.
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    ^^Valid point. Test everyone right at the border...

    ^^Valid point. Test everyone right at the border and quit worrying about a little accuracy.

    Does/will Canada publish the number of positives found through random testing?
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    This is exhibit A for all the dumbasses who think...

    This is exhibit A for all the dumbasses who think American vaccine hesitancy is not a geopolitical threat. D0D is at the front of the line today, but it's a long line.

    But he makes a good point:...
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    Yeah, that's what I was getting at, thanks!

    Yeah, that's what I was getting at, thanks!
  10. Thread: Ask KQ Claus

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    I've added a few light but cheap/forgettable...

    I've added a few light but cheap/forgettable spares from Sierra when I need to hit a minimum for shipping. They usually seem to have a few options, though of course I can't speak to any of the ones I...
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    There is a small fraction of people that believe...

    There is a small fraction of people that believe that (or something like it) is a significant possibility. Some of them think it's a good idea and others hate it, but they all have one thing in...
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    Anyone have a good reference for the current...

    Anyone have a good reference for the current state of DRM on a blockchain?
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    Rutger too?

    Rutger too?
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    That is a strong point for White Christmas. And...

    That is a strong point for White Christmas. And even though I'm a Christmas Story fan myself, I checked in on ole George Bailey and noticed a few items of significance there, too: George's newel post...
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    we give fastfred a lot of fawning adulation...

    we give fastfred a lot of fawning adulation around here but I think this might be the highest praise I've seen so far
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    I agree with you about the importance of the...

    I agree with you about the importance of the points you've brought up. Specifically, animal reservoirs (along with the total level of spread and contagiousness) basically guarantee that everyone will...
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    El Salvador made an announcement for a $7M...

    El Salvador made an announcement for a $7M expenditure. Huh.
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    Vipec Evo and Tecton heel plates in my hand now...

    Vipec Evo and Tecton heel plates in my hand now (Tectons a year or two newer) appear to have come from the same mold, likely the same lot.
  19. Thread: Ask the experts

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    ...or a 3D printer? If it's just missing a dust...

    ...or a 3D printer? If it's just missing a dust cap.
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    This seems most likely. If your kid's in trouble,...

    This seems most likely. If your kid's in trouble, maybe lost consciousness, it takes a lot of certainty to trust the river to help when AC and a hospital ride is just a mile away.
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    Nice that phones can go off without making a...

    Nice that phones can go off without making a sound these days.

    My wife has been implementing the suggested "but did they die?" to similar effect. So far 100% effective at changing the subject, in...
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    That's racist!

    That's racist!
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    Anywhere complexity is an advantage? Gotta be...

    Anywhere complexity is an advantage? Gotta be some more creative options for profiteering from inside information. Silk Road.

    Seems like small use cases are on the other end of the spectrum, but...
  24. Thread: festival casual

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    So this is clothes and not a new relationship...

    So this is clothes and not a new relationship status for people who get overly familiar under mistletoe or at other festivals?
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    It'll still be "natural" infection, though, right?

    It'll still be "natural" infection, though, right?
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    Me, either. Maybe the latest ad cycle snipped...

    Me, either. Maybe the latest ad cycle snipped them?
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    I thought it disappeared about the time I started...

    I thought it disappeared about the time I started seeing weird '404' type messages with lots of references to binance. Is there an ad cycle to blame?
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    That one certainly was. Kinda wish I'd quoted to...

    That one certainly was. Kinda wish I'd quoted to preserve the particular weirdness but there's time for weirdness, I'm sure.
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    PM tgapp That's your answer, then. If you...

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    That's your answer, then. If you could make a case that you would reduce your chance of an exposure to some truly insignificant value it might be worth thinking about the downsides of...
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    It will be very disappointing if the m-series...

    It will be very disappointing if the m-series fail-bots try to stand in for adria33 (who I now realize is a post deleting cry baby).

    Welcome back Tom!
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    Scroll down, Benny. He's a Democrat.

    Scroll down, Benny. He's a Democrat.
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    That's what I'm hoping. Don't know how realistic...

    That's what I'm hoping. Don't know how realistic it is, but the numbers don't seem inconsistent with that, anyway.
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    How are the numbers out of SA factoring in for...

    How are the numbers out of SA factoring in for you? I'm similarly hopeful that there are some sampling issues at work there, probably including an anomoly at the low point, but wouldn't measles be...
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    Good point. And if the tunnel is worth a damn it...

    Good point. And if the tunnel is worth a damn it might make that super easy.
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    I think in about a month I won't know, either. ...

    I think in about a month I won't know, either.

    But at the time I was thinking the magnetic tunnel thing might alter incoming radio waves--it shouldn't take a lot to turn a signal into noise. In...
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    I'm glad to see some of them turn right. For a...

    I'm glad to see some of them turn right. For a minute it looked like they'd invented nano-NASCAR. That would be sad.
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    If by starting you mean you're starting to read...

    If by starting you mean you're starting to read the news from July of 2020, then sure, it's starting to look that way.
  38. Thread: Ahmaud Arbery

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    This is a bigoted take because it's based on a...

    This is a bigoted take because it's based on a bias you're looking to confirm. I don't care what that bias is based on, could be racism or maybe you've just dug in on this specific guy being The...
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    FIFY. Clean the crap off your screen.

    FIFY. Clean the crap off your screen.
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    You have to admit you probably bear some...

    You have to admit you probably bear some responsibility for pointing out a local low point and tempting the universe to demonstrate Einstein's best explanation of infinity.
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    I love a wood fired sauna, but floating in one...

    I love a wood fired sauna, but floating in one sounds like a gnarly case of motion sickness.

    Am I missing something? Now I'm kinda hoping that ice fishing country houses a whole world of...
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    Non-stops to Atlanta and NYC, according to...

    Non-stops to Atlanta and NYC, according to Benny's naked capitalist.
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    Piecing together from Benny's max fear and...

    Piecing together from Benny's max fear and Nature, the one bad mutation on alpha's spike (N501Y) is one of the mutations on omicron. Would love to think the sources are wrong, but it does seem like...
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    Real quarantine of incoming travelers would work...

    Real quarantine of incoming travelers would work and be less costly. See UK.
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    This principle is much more reliable over long...

    This principle is much more reliable over long periods of evolution than single mutations. Delta appears to have been both deadlier and more infectious (at least in Texas). It may be the only thing...
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    At least they didn't call it "new."

    At least they didn't call it "new."
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    That's interesting, thanks! This sounds like an...

    That's interesting, thanks! This sounds like an intersection of a long term buy to accumulate strategy and a trade. Maybe I'm taking this too far, but it sounds like you do expect (or at least won't...
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    Bump for T day awesomeness. Thanks Neckdeep!

    Bump for T day awesomeness. Thanks Neckdeep!
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    Immediate loss of internet cred, hair, man card...

    Immediate loss of internet cred, hair, man card and any sense of health and wellbeing.
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    Yeah, I caught your reasons earlier, and the...

    Yeah, I caught your reasons earlier, and the argument of lesser ponzi makes some sense, I'm just trying to understand why it stops at BTC specifically for so many people. Is that a rational argument...
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