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    ^First thing I thought of: if she's planning to...

    ^First thing I thought of: if she's planning to get real detailed about foreign interference, I hope she reads that first.
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    We've been buying the world polio vaccines for a...

    We've been buying the world polio vaccines for a while and if we could just convince a few holdouts to take them we could stop. So that's a good goal. On the other hand, given the existence of said...
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    That's exactly why I think it would work. Powell...

    That's exactly why I think it would work. Powell is crowd funded for the same reason. I think it would be hugely beneficial to collect lots of funds for the purpose of educating Americans about what...
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    The data is weak for two unknowns (does immunity...

    The data is weak for two unknowns (does immunity fade? Does it keep increasing even without the second shot?) But from a logistical standpoint the numbers are clear: future doses should be supplied...
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    This is genius. I think a very slightly toned...

    This is genius. I think a very slightly toned down version of this could actually work on social media without any irony:

    "Do you think the election was rigged? If so, please donate what you can...
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    CO2 is a way of measuring exhaled air with a...

    CO2 is a way of measuring exhaled air with a group in the room. Any numbers you're likely to find for targets assume the same people are in the space.
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    Worthwhile thread. Thanks for posting that.

    Worthwhile thread. Thanks for posting that.
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    Can we get that chair, though?

    Can we get that chair, though?
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    True. And some of them would, but all?

    True. And some of them would, but all?
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    James Comey noted lately that he's prosecuted...

    James Comey noted lately that he's prosecuted fraud cases where the perp pleads guilty and the victims show up to testify on his behalf. The mark is the last to accept reality.
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    Imagine if you could convince Republicans of the...

    Imagine if you could convince Republicans of the dangers of unregulated monopolies by catching a bunch of domestic terrorists when Trump abandoned his staunchest supporters. And let's say you made...
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    I believe he was referring to Mr. Allin's given...

    I believe he was referring to Mr. Allin's given name. Among other things. Pretty apt description as far as the off-piste.

    Yesterday I got just the one normal run in before hanging with my nephew...
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    Neither is protecting the monopolists by giving...

    Neither is protecting the monopolists by giving them regulations which always become a barrier to entry. "Make your own platform" is literally quite feasible today if you can't stand the real world....
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    Opposite? I don't know. People love to oppress...

    Opposite? I don't know. People love to oppress everything they disagree with and protect their own feelings by taking away the rights of others. That's not quite what he said, but it's not the...
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    I really hope "once in a pandemic" becomes a...

    I really hope "once in a pandemic" becomes a common phrase now.
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    I think the challenge to biking safer is knowing...

    I think the challenge to biking safer is knowing when to go and when not to. Slower isn't always safer. So I have started to try to listen to my subconscious and back off if I don't feel confident in...
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    My wife's experience to a T. I've been wondering...

    My wife's experience to a T. I've been wondering how many of these desperately setup giant sites will turn into super spreader locations ever since.

    There's something to be said for appointments...
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    Its been talked about in here extensively but the...

    Its been talked about in here extensively but the question of prevalence has not been answered with hard data.

    I'd like to see chest x-rays for some people who tested positive after getting a...
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    This John Sullivan. Checks out. ...

    This John Sullivan. Checks out.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal/status/1349577049053278208
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    Can confirm solid skating conditions...

    Can confirm solid skating conditions yesterday--tough call between hockey skates and crampons off piste, though, as the rain crust seemed typically about 15-20 mm. Maybe not thick enough for the...
  21. I was trying to explain this to my wife the other...

    I was trying to explain this to my wife the other day (on a ski lift of all places--I should not whine):

    It is Crazy ironic that we don't get to watch a movie about a whole planet of people who...
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    The premise makes you look like an alt-right...

    The premise makes you look like an alt-right cuck. Misunderstanding the answer didn't help. But this is where you proved it:



    All my friends that are cucked by the alt-right are saying the same...
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    So IANAE and this is pure conjecture, obviously,...

    So IANAE and this is pure conjecture, obviously, but...isn't this kind of predictable and indicative of people who've had the virus already having some immunity? Their bodies have already seen the...
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    Do you understand what "umbrella man" refers to?...

    Do you understand what "umbrella man" refers to?

    The "BLM" riots were more debatable as to whether they had anything to do with BLM than whether or not they constituted riots. Obviously this last...
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    Unexpectedly poor skating conditions at the foggy...

    Unexpectedly poor skating conditions at the foggy basin this morning. Firmer, wetter and still needing soft knees below about 5k or so, but seemingly colder than expected. May have been opening day...
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    FFS. Not that kind of unmasking. Think...

    FFS. Not that kind of unmasking. Think "unblinding."
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    In case this is a serious question I'm going to...

    In case this is a serious question I'm going to answer it, but not in this thread. The subject of election fraud while a quarter of our population (ne the world) is being told to take up arms on...
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    Funny you should mention: looks like horns guy's...

    Funny you should mention: looks like horns guy's hunger strike was transmitted via mommy, too. Who took it public--is that an awesome self-own or a great lifelong punishment? Either way, I guess.
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    Since you asked so nicely I'll see if I can...

    Since you asked so nicely I'll see if I can answer your question--it might be easier if I quoted him, but you can find his post easily enough if you want, and you did ask me not to. I did read it. He...
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    You speak in the future tense of what is already...

    You speak in the future tense of what is already in the past. Who gave the order? That's the CIC.
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    That would be Mike Pence, apparently.

    That would be Mike Pence, apparently.
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    If this is sarcasm, well played, sir. If not,...

    If this is sarcasm, well played, sir.

    If not, please see XXXer about how to build your own coffee-powered sarcasm detector using only snow, Aquaseal and strong, Canadian-extruded aluminium (from...
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    Sure, the fog was inconsistent and the tiny...

    Sure, the fog was inconsistent and the tiny stashes well hidden, but efficient skating is important on the gentle uphill approaches. So, we had that going for us. Also, the lighting.
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    The last thing you want is to miss out on your...

    The last thing you want is to miss out on your pardon because Trump didn't know your name.
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    But he seems to intelligent and well-read! Are...

    But he seems to intelligent and well-read! Are you sure? Has steep stopped by to argue with him yet?
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    I found that interesting, too. Perhaps he was...

    I found that interesting, too. Perhaps he was right before social media. Maybe now the guanovores find each other so much more easily that the sunlight of regular, real social interaction never has a...
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    You have to admire the genius of that. Hopefully...

    You have to admire the genius of that. Hopefully the target is a cat lover in addition to obviously hating Pelosi.
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    Good luck, that would be a stellar TR. But naming...

    Good luck, that would be a stellar TR. But naming Hobbes makes for a very short thread. Maybe ötzi has a thread for that?
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    What's so attractive about the idea that violent...

    What's so attractive about the idea that violent mobs must be supported by nefarious rich people? Soros doesn't need to support Antifa and Qanons don't need outside help, either, but that's a...
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    Speaking of which, from Ashli's Twitter it looks...

    Speaking of which, from Ashli's Twitter it looks like maybe the greeting from the other side of the window wasn't totally unexpected:

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    No-fly list better be a lot bigger between now...

    No-fly list better be a lot bigger between now and the 18th or so.
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    This. Anyone who can't see the difference between...

    This. Anyone who can't see the difference between police actions on Wednesday and what happened this summer is moving pretty far on the spectrum between vapid and worms in the brain.
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    https://www.npr.org/sections/congress-electoral-co...

    https://www.npr.org/sections/congress-electoral-college-tally-live-updates/2021/01/07/954671745/on-far-right-websites-plans-to-storm-capitol-were-made-in-plain-sight
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    I noticed the same: the heft of the recent...

    I noticed the same: the heft of the recent droppings seems to have favored flatter slopes than I usually expect. Wind effects maybe? Still glad not to be any less misfortunate yesterday.
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    Protective can be important. On mobile, for...

    Protective can be important. On mobile, for example, it looks like this:

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    Powder Tuesday did not disappoint: very poor...

    Powder Tuesday did not disappoint: very poor skating conditions at the (extra) foggy basin today. But braille or not, the goods are out there.

    Congrats on the bionics 2Funky, great to see that...
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    Definitely a common theme, along with the...

    Definitely a common theme, along with the question of how contagious someone is who tests positive but (probably) has antibodies and no symptoms. Presumably there is also a level of infection that is...
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    It sounds like there's a big difference between...

    It sounds like there's a big difference between effectiveness against symptomatic disease and effectiveness against asymptomatic infection if they found 15 people positive via PCR on day 29. (That...
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    That was awesome. And the difference between...

    That was awesome. And the difference between Diggins and the chasers right near the end was impressive. Full boil.

    Seems like a good place to leave this:


    https://youtu.be/4pgIfriF2lQ
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    Study itself (I'm not seeing the claims made in...

    Study itself (I'm not seeing the claims made in the WaPo article, but maybe I'm just missing them):

    https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2035389

    It seems hard to imagine great 1 dose...
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