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    Don't get be wrong, I think you're right about...

    Don't get be wrong, I think you're right about what should happen. There are a lot of kinds of useful data, as AstraZeneca has obviously argued successfully elsewhere. I just expect we've gone far...
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    No. I mean maybe? But no.

    No. I mean maybe? But no.
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    It sure would be nice to hear that someone is...

    It sure would be nice to hear that someone is tracking that, testing her daily, etc. Feels like doing a phase 3 via mass rollouts as you've described would be good until we lost all the data that...
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    Good call. Charade always makes me think of that,...

    Good call. Charade always makes me think of that, too. Which somehow leads to The Italian Job.
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    Seems not--ModeRNA trial used RT-PCR (and...

    Seems not--ModeRNA trial used RT-PCR (and symptoms and blood tests) to identify infections.
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    Phew...although that sort of puts an even finer...

    Phew...although that sort of puts an even finer point on it.
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    If it were me, and speaking as a veritable robot...

    If it were me, and speaking as a veritable robot (aside from losing my shit on TGR from time to time), I'd let the emotional argument win. Living arrangements are emotional things.
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    Waiting? That's an interesting decision on its...

    Waiting? That's an interesting decision on its own.
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    Bunion's question feels uniquely American. IANAE,...

    Bunion's question feels uniquely American. IANAE, but I think there are logical arguments both ways. But there may be an emotional reason to get the test and not wonder if one of them has it and the...
  11. Compared to what? Serious question, as I have no...

    Compared to what? Serious question, as I have no context. Seems like a lot of people would have a pretty rough go and a few have trust funds.

    But she deserves whatever spotlight has hit her. ...
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    Should have had people fly to him?

    Should have had people fly to him?
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    Too much community spread to be able to contact...

    Too much community spread to be able to contact trace here, no testing, non-compliant populace, you name it. Australia's music festivals are basically a victory party: no virus in genpop = back to...
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    Bullshit Duke study was bullshit. Still is. If...

    Bullshit Duke study was bullshit. Still is. If you run out of maroons here and get your sarcasm meter in good calibration and still need something to irritate you, go ahead and read the actual...
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    Some keywords for the Googles when you want some...

    Some keywords for the Googles when you want some light reading: pulmonary fibrosis
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    That there is what's getting you in trouble:...

    That there is what's getting you in trouble: there is no evidence that by eating healthy I can reduce my chances of becoming infectious (even if it does help me improve my COVID outcome if infected,...
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    The PTSD is real, but let's not blame a Canadian...

    The PTSD is real, but let's not blame a Canadian for...well...yeah anyway, let's move on.
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    In that case you must see that the reason they...

    In that case you must see that the reason they have less cases is that they've had less transmission and/or better border control/less imported cases. All the things that can be done to reduce...
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    So no, then? To put is another way, your...

    So no, then?

    To put is another way, your assertions require that the Japanese have sterilizing immunity, such that not only do they do better against the disease but the virus does not spread (aka...
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    Catchy as it is, the gamer aspect isn't so much...

    Catchy as it is, the gamer aspect isn't so much naming as recognizing the identical nature of the apophenia in gamers and Qanons. The article is a little long for it, but the point that people are...
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    And screw moving into our own bubbles. CT didn't...

    And screw moving into our own bubbles. CT didn't solve anything anyway:

    https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2021/01/20/connecticut-man-arrested-for-crushin.html?__twitter_impression=true
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    Shared that password with Ron Johnson. Super...

    Shared that password with Ron Johnson. Super shocking.
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    Old people have poor immune systems. Still says...

    Old people have poor immune systems. Still says nothing about 1st shot immunity on day 28, unfortunately.
  24. Yeah, whatever happened to all those ranges of...

    Yeah, whatever happened to all those ranges of mud that were sliding into the homes in Yakima anyway?
  25. The scale is permanent from -10 to 10--Ogden...

    The scale is permanent from -10 to 10--Ogden changes, but Ogdens are forever. Sort of.

    Reminds me, the Range as a unit of volume should probably be in there, too.
  26. I'm a little surprised that he was surprised. It...

    I'm a little surprised that he was surprised. It seems like this is almost exactly the spot that has slid a couple times in recent years--right over the rock fall that Google maps shows.
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  27. +1. I've been thinking the HOF needs an index...

    +1. I've been thinking the HOF needs an index thread just to keep track of where things are. This, the Ogden scale, the Gobbler, RT3 falls off the fake Mt Adams...mostly the little explosions of...
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    I also assume he's a more generous version of...

    I also assume he's a more generous version of Beast Mode.
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    Because, especially as close as we are to...

    Because, especially as close as we are to vaccinations which should significantly help move us toward eradication, the one thing that could derail all forms of immunity (including screwing up the ...
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    I expected so, but thanks for confirming. It...

    I expected so, but thanks for confirming. It looks like the problem you're having is a misunderstanding of how mutation occurs. It's been known from very early on that this virus is itself...
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    Interesting prediction. Is it still your position...

    Interesting prediction. Is it still your position that the goal is to get everyone infected at some acceptable pace? Curious to know which position is the cause and which is the effect for you.
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    They probably could have gotten more if they'd...

    They probably could have gotten more if they'd offered to let Toyota pay in coupon codes. Seems to work whenever someone sues Ticketbastard.
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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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