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  1. 3 points
    In the infection and allergy medical field - he IS the almighty. Dr. Fauci is the nation's leading doctor on this topic and his long time experience and position at NIAID and the White House Task Force will prohibit him ENDORSING something that has no solidly achieved data to support it. He will need solid data before he can prescribe it wholesale, so he will remain to be a stick in the mud on this one, of course, but doctors will still pursue this treatment, especially if it has a history that nets good results. Anyone else getting tired of the NY Governor losing his mind over ventilators/respirators? As of this morning, over 4,000 (additional to NY's current inventory) were delivered and yet he is asking for 26,000. NYC has less than 16,000 confirmed cases to date......and less than 1/4 of those cases even need hospitalization....... Cuomo has been pretty good through this pandemic, but he's losing my respect over this one......
  2. 2 points
    My Grandpa used to always say...."wish I made enough money to be a Republican".
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    2012 Andrean at Cass. 5 OT time game with Andrean winning 67-66. If you were at the game, it was electric. Packed stands and crowds 2 deep around the track. Cass could not stop Desomer on the zone read, and stuggled making PAT's which proved costly late in the game. Total exhaustion after the game for both teams. I feel like Andrean came into the game not expecting Cass to play at the level we played at, and the physicality. By far the best HS football game I have experienced. The reward for winning this game was to face Jaylon Smith the next week....
  8. 1 point
    I'm having the time of my life right now 🙂
  9. 1 point
    One of my Papaw's many witticisms was "I'd rather have a free bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy."
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    The Colts saved 6.85 million in cap money by cutting Desir (zero dead cap money). Have seen rumors that they are wanting more cap money to sign other free agents. One of them is rumored to be Clowney. I really hope not. He is over hyped and expects to be paid too much money. Plus he gets a lot of off sides called against him. Was hoping they might sign Anderson WR from the Jets but he just signed with the Panthers and got 20 million over 2 years. Have a suspicion the Colts might look at a couple of guys in the XFL. Hoping they might check out a TE named Donald Parham since the Colts could use another TE. They have Doyle and Mo Allie Cox and that's about it. Parham played on the Houston Roughnecks in the XFL. Dude is 6 ft 8 in tall and 240 pounds. He was the top TE in the XFL. In 5 games he had 34 catches for 300+ yards and 4 TD's. The TD total was tied for 3rd in the entire league. The second closest TE to him in yards had 170 less than Parham. Saw some highlights of him. He looks promising. Oh and he is only 22. Doesn't turn 23 until August.
  12. 1 point
    Steele picked up an offer from Southern Illinois
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    2001 South 4A Semi-State Jasper vs. Cathedral Jasper was down 21-7 with about 10 minutes to go and came back to win 27-21 in regulation. Cathedral had fumbles on back to back possessions then had a 3 and out to give us a chance.
  15. 1 point
    Gibson Southern rallies from 4-TD halftime deficit to beat Charlestown, 57-49 https://usatodayhss.com/2012/gibson-southern-rallies-from-4-td-halftime-deficit-to-beat-charlestown-57-49
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    So much for my memory. I checked my records and the Lowell - Plymouth game that I’m talking about was 2009. That’s the game Grubbe ran the ball 37 times — every one of them between the tackles. The final was 14-6.
  17. 1 point
    Spot on. I have long commutes to my office and don’t have the time, but frankly I prefer all of the advantages public schools provide.
  18. 0 points
    Not really sure how you came up advocating individuals kill themselves. I know that the typical MO is to attempt to puts words in the mouths of posters, but even if so, this one's a
  19. -1 points
    Bullshit and you know it. Read your history. Who wrote the first viable BASIC for the Altair and the 6502 microprocessor? Mr. Gates and Mr. Allen did. And Mr. Gates was smart enough to make a savvy acquisition, 86-DOS – owned by Seattle Computer Products and written by Tim Paterson, and rename is MS-DOS. Sorry that you deride any individual who shows real intelligence and business acumen. But they again you are a champion of the "race to the bottom" paradigm.
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    No, Chief. It says a lot about yours that don't choose to recognize technical talent and business intelligence. You want a real tech charlatan and shyster? Try the late Steve Jobs. His success was built on the back of primarily one brilliant and graceful individual: Steve Wozniak.
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    Back to Work by March 30: A Coronavirus Imperative: https://spectator.org/back-to-work-by-march-30-a-coronavirus-imperative/
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    https://fox59.com/news/coronavirus/eli-lilly-to-offer-drive-thru-covid-19-testing-for-health-care-workers-in-indianapolis/ But apparently you have to be a health care worker. How can SJW's stand this inequality?
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    When this is all over, don’t expect politicians to lose their taste for ordering us around.: https://reason.com/2020/03/23/with-covid-19-that-which-is-not-forbidden-is-mandatory-and-subsidized/ Forget that government officials' idea of "critical" may not match yours (Reason's Eric Boehm points out that politicians may disdain laundromats, but they're a necessity for many people). Forget, too, that you can't shut down parts of an economy without affecting the whole thing. The politicians don't care, and they'll enforce their whims: violation of the California order is a misdemeanor, "punishable by a fine of not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) or by imprisonment for not to exceed six months or by both." States including Connecticut, Illinois, Louisiana, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, threaten similar penalties for not obeying government orders. Of course, smothering whole sectors of the economy, and maybe the whole thing, might end up being a bit pricey. We should get ready for "a tsunami of economic destruction that will cause tens of millions to lose their jobs as commerce and production simply cease," the Wall Street Journal editorial board warns. Not to worry, the government has a plan. Another plan, that is. After ordering people to close businesses and having killed jobs, while threatening to nationalize procurement for the healthcare industry, government leaders want to make it all better by moving money around to offset the losses. With a price tag closing in on $2 trillion, Democrats and Republicans are competing to stuff favored corporate bailouts, interest-group payoffs, unemployment benefits for those forcibly sidelined, and more, more, more! The ultimate result will be to transform a more-or-less free society, driven by individual preferences and private decision-making, into one in which planning is centralized and costs are shifted according to governmental priorities. You can assume that some calculation will be built into that spending, too – rewards for friends and punishment for enemies, as is always the case in politics. That is, we're becoming a country in which much of what we do is both mandatory and subsidized. When this is all over, don't expect politicians to lose their taste for ordering us around. That's a hard habit to break. You can be certain, though, that they'll want us to thank them profusely for the checks they cut to offset some of what they inflict on us. Exactly. America is quickly becoming a police state, and a lot of it won't end once this COVID-19 scare is over. After all what will happen when "COVID-20" comes around, we need to keep all of these restrictions, rules, and regulations in place so we will be better prepared. Right?
  26. -1 points
    *sigh* Social Justice Warrior. How can this inequality of testing stand, gonzo?
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    Why not? Why can't I, now a member of the non-essential class of human beings, get in line at Eli Lilly for a COVID-19 test?
  28. -1 points
    I'm sorry, you closed? For good? An essential business as defined by the state?
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    If a person is found to have it they can be forcibly quarantined so as not to spread it even further.
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    Arizona man dies after self-medicating with chloroquine to treat coronavirus: https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/23/health/arizona-coronavirus-chloroquine-death/index.html <TDS>Absolutely, positively, 100% Mr. Trump's fault.</TDS>
  31. -1 points
    96-0. Never forget. October 17, 2008.
  32. -1 points
    The world isn't fair, so therefore not all can be "successful". Get used to it.
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    Latest Coronavirus Relief Draft Bill Includes Suspending Car Payments: https://www.autonews.com/automakers-suppliers/pelosis-25-trillion-stimulus-bill-delays-mortgage-car-payments Good grief.
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    And like I said the world isn't fair, it never will be. Therefore not everyone will reach the level of "success" they may personally reach to attain.
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    So I guess FDA approval is the pinnacle of safety and efficacy when it comes to medications. “FDA approval is based on evidence — provided by the company that makes the medical product — that the benefits of the product outweigh the risks for most patients for a specific use. It doesn’t necessarily mean the product is safe.” - Diana Zuckerman, president of the National Center for Health Research
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    That is the obvious and logical implication from the blanket and utopian statement "Life is better when we’re all successful." Whoever accused me of not wishing people success? I'm not. Has the business you currently own contracted due to the coronavirus scare?
  37. -1 points
    Up over 6% on the NYSE as of the writing of this post. I would buy if I had any $ to invest at the moment. Wouldn't you?
  38. -1 points
    Mission successful. Welcome to the club.
  39. -1 points
    Frankfort Utilities Urging People to Not Flush Disinfecting Wipes: https://clintoncountydailynews.com/frankfort-utilities-urging-people-to-not-flush-disinfecting-wipes/ Thanks Mr. Trump.
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    Officials field complaints as Liberty students return: https://apnews.com/326b67255b5436bd2a6bf2443ae5be96 Should Mr. Falwell be arrested then fined or imprisoned for these actions?
  41. -1 points
    You don't know what "anecdotal" means, do you? Here's what the CDC says ... https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/therapeutic-options.html Due to higher in-vitro activity against SARS-CoV-2 and its wider availability in the United States compared with chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine has been administered to hospitalized COVID-19 patients on an uncontrolled basis in multiple countries, including in the United States. One small study reported that hydroxychloroquine alone or in combination with azithromycin reduced detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA in upper respiratory tract specimens compared with a non-randomized control group but did not assess clinical benefit [7]. Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin are associated with QT prolongation and caution is advised when considering these drugs in patients with chronic medical conditions (e.g. renal failure, hepatic disease) or who are receiving medications that might interact to cause arrythmias. Hydroxychloroquine is currently under investigation in clinical trials for pre-exposure or post-exposure prophylaxis of SARS-CoV-2 infection, and treatment of patients with mild, moderate, and severe COVID-19. In the United States, several clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine for prophylaxis or treatment of SARS-CoV-2 infection are planned or will be enrolling soon. More information on trials can be found at: https://clinicaltrials.gov/external icon. There are no currently available data from Randomized Clinical Trials (RCTs) to inform clinical guidance on the use, dosing, or duration of hydroxychloroquine for prophylaxis or treatment of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Although optimal dosing and duration of hydroxychloroquine for treatment of COVID-19 are unknown, some U.S. clinicians have reported anecdotally different hydroxychloroquine dosing such as: 400mg BID on day one, then daily for 5 days; 400 mg BID on day one, then 200mg BID for 4 days; 600 mg BID on day one, then 400mg daily on days 2-5. Heard it's best if you take it with "kool-aid."
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    A libtard is typically a perfectly intelligent individual who suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome. Libtards refuse to apply common sense and react to most situations with their emotional hatred of Trump. It is interesting to observe their reaction to a FDA approved drug while the virus is most prevalent in democratic strongholds.
  43. -1 points
    Nice. Now certain GID members are advocating individuals kill themselves. Is this what COVID-10 has driven the American populace to?
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    U.S. Needs Billions of New Masks to Combat Coronavirus. Feds Say It'll Take Up To 90 Days to Approve New Mask-Making Facilities.: https://reason.com/2020/03/24/america-needs-billions-of-new-masks-to-combat-coronavirus-federal-regulators-say-itll-take-months-to-approve-new-mask-making-facilities/ Go Big Government!
  45. -1 points
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drinking_the_Kool-Aid My apologies. I ran out of caffeine this morning.
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    So far politicians have been acting as if only one side of the ledger matters.: https://reason.com/2020/03/25/trump-is-right-to-worry-about-the-cost-of-aggressive-covid-19-control-measures/ Agreed. We can't continue like this much longer. Tremendous economic damage has already been done.
  48. -2 points
    Why the STATE. Isn't that your socialist answer to just about everything?
  49. -2 points
    White House, Congress agree on $2 trillion virus rescue bill: https://apnews.com/edd230801c0e181169915e67b1fd64c6 Wonderful. A massive amount of more government (aka taxpayer) debt used for a government "solution". The irony is this pending massive recession was 100% caused by the government (local, state, & federal) in the first place. The words "Government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem." spoken by Mr. Reagan at his inaugural address have never been more true than they are now.
  50. -3 points
    No. I'm a realist. You used the phrase Chief, not I. Read the commonly accepted definition of the phrase. No stretch there.
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