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Bradley K. Sherman

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Jan 1, 2024, 7:15:32 AMJan 1
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2020
29 Feb 1 (+ 1)
31 Mar 5,210 (+ 5,209)
30 Apr 65,240 (+60,030)
31 May 108,859 (+43,619)
30 Jun 130,448 (+21,581)
31 Jul 157,392 (+26,944)
31 Aug 188,119 (+30,727)
30 Sep 212,088 (+23,969)
31 Oct 236,421 (+24,333)
30 Nov 274,300 (+37,879)
31 Dec 354,215 (+79,915)
2021
31 Jan 452,279 (+98,064)
28 Feb 525,778 (+73,499)
31 Mar 565,256 (+39,478)
30 Apr 592,164 (+26,908)
31 May 609,898 (+17,734)
30 Jun 620,249 (+10,351)
31 Jul 629,315 (+ 9,066)
31 Aug 657,910 (+28,595)
30 Sep 716,847 (+58,937)
31 Oct 766,299 (+49,452)
30 Nov 803,045 (+36,746)
31 Dec 846,905 (+43,860)
2022
31 Jan 910,104 (+63,199)
28 Feb 975,150 (+65,046)
31 Mar 1,007,320 (+32,170)
30 Apr 1,020,833 (+13,513)
31 May 1,031,613 (+10,780)
30 Jun 1,042,678 (+11,065)
31 Jul 1,055,059 (+12,381)
31 Aug 1,071,420 (+16,361)
30 Sep 1,084,803 (+13,383)
31 Oct 1,095,315 (+10,512)
30 Nov 1,105,546 (+10,231)
31 Dec 1,117,983 (+12,437)
2023
31 Jan 1,132,935 (+14,952)
28 Feb 1,145,661 (+12,726)
31 Mar 1,155,069 (+ 9,408)
30 Apr 1,159,839 (+ 4,770)
31 May 1,165,449 (+ 5,610)
30 Jun 1,168,148 (+ 2,699)
31 Jul 1,169,813 (+ 1,665)
31 Aug 1,173,655 (+ 3,842)
30 Sep 1,176,843 (+ 3,188)
31 Oct 1,180,669 (+ 3,826)
30 Nov 1,183,754 (+ 3,085)
31 Dec 1,190,171 (+ 6,417)

<https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/>

--bks

-hh

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Jan 1, 2024, 8:46:22 AMJan 1
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Now sort by deaths per capita, to assess what states have been doing better/worse
at Public Health initiatives particularly after the initial onslaught. One gets:

Worst (#1): Arizona (AZ)
#2: West Virginia (WV)
#3: MS
#4: TN
#5: NM
#6: AR
#7: MI
#8: FL
#9: AR
#10: KY

Golly, that’s a lot of Red “Shithole” States at the top of the worst.

-hh

Mitchell Holman

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Jan 1, 2024, 10:07:57 AMJan 1
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-hh <recscub...@huntzinger.com> wrote in
news:75c9a31c-c8af-41ae...@googlegroups.com:
Watch this space for the usual
"it's all be cause of their blacks"
and "it's all because of Biden's
open border"





NoBody

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Jan 1, 2024, 10:40:05 AMJan 1
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On 1 Jan 2024 12:15:28 -0000, b...@panix.com (Bradley K. Sherman)
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Is this "with Covid" or "from Covid".

Oh and you left out the recovered numbers which is 99%,

Typical lying liberal.

Bradley K. Sherman

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Jan 1, 2024, 10:53:45 AMJan 1
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Kremlin Girl <NoB...@nowhere.com> wrote:
> ...
>>2023
>> 31 Jan 1,132,935 (+14,952)
>> 28 Feb 1,145,661 (+12,726)
>> 31 Mar 1,155,069 (+ 9,408)
>> 30 Apr 1,159,839 (+ 4,770)
>> 31 May 1,165,449 (+ 5,610)
>> 30 Jun 1,168,148 (+ 2,699)
>> 31 Jul 1,169,813 (+ 1,665)
>> 31 Aug 1,173,655 (+ 3,842)
>> 30 Sep 1,176,843 (+ 3,188)
>> 31 Oct 1,180,669 (+ 3,826)
>> 30 Nov 1,183,754 (+ 3,085)
>> 31 Dec 1,190,171 (+ 6,417)
>>
>><https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/>
> ...
>Is this "with Covid" or "from Covid".
> ...

From Covid.

--bks

ELON X.

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Jan 1, 2024, 11:48:50 AMJan 1
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>> On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 7:15:32ƒ îAM UTC-5, Bradley K. Sherman
>> Golly, thatƒ Ts a lot of Red ƒ oShitholeƒ States at the top of the
>> worst.
>>
>
>
> Watch this space for the usual
>"it's all be cause of their blacks"
>and "it's all because of Biden's
>open border"
>

Good ole fat Ronnie D in Floriduh simply tries to hide the correct numbers
by fucking around with the reporting. It's how they save lives in
Floriduh and same way they deal with climate change pertaining to property
at risk of being flooded.

-hh

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Jan 1, 2024, 11:56:26 AMJan 1
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The survival rate for Polio was over 99.95%. Go ask your
grandparents if they laughed that off, or ask your parents
if they spurned you getting the Polio vaccine.


-hh

-hh

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Jan 1, 2024, 12:00:38 PMJan 1
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On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 11:48:50 AM UTC-5, ELON X. wrote:
> >> Golly, thatƒ Ts a lot of Red"Shithole" States at the top of the
> >> worst.
> >
> > Watch this space for the usual
> >"it's all be cause of their blacks"
> >and "it's all because of Biden's
> >open border"
> >
> Good ole fat Ronnie D in Floriduh simply tries to hide the correct numbers
> by fucking around with the reporting. It's how they save lives in
> Floriduh and same way they deal with climate change pertaining to property
> at risk of being flooded.

DeSantis is such a crooked, lying toad. Not only for his coverup on CoVid19
in FL such as by cooking the reporting books, but also on how he's probably
getting kickbacks from the corrupt cottage industry of P&C Insurance fraud
that's been running rampant in Florida: in a healthy market, you just don't see
rates don't double within three years when there's not yet been any corresponding
increase in the rate of hurricane landings.

-hh

Johnny

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Jan 1, 2024, 12:02:27 PMJan 1
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The polio vaccine worked. The COVID vaccine didn't.

Josh Rosenbluth

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Jan 1, 2024, 12:16:07 PMJan 1
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On 1/1/2024 9:02 AM, Johnny wrote:

{snip}

> The polio vaccine worked. The COVID vaccine didn't.

The latter did not eradicate COVID. But, it enabled us to get our lives
back to normal. After the vaccine came out, red state death rates (where
the vaccine was less adopted) were higher than blue-state death rates.

https://www.natesilver.net/p/the-2-key-facts-about-us-covid-policy

Johnny

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Jan 1, 2024, 12:27:31 PMJan 1
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The fake vaccine and the lockdowns tore our lives apart. Cloth and
cotton masks will not even slow down a virus. People were totally
dependent on that vaccine, and it didn't work.

The people that sold masks got rich.



-hh

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Jan 1, 2024, 12:41:34 PMJan 1
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On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 12:27:31 PM UTC-5, Johnny wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:15:51 -0800
> Josh Rosenbluth <no...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>
> > On 1/1/2024 9:02 AM, Johnny wrote:
> >
> > {snip}
> >
> > > The polio vaccine worked. The COVID vaccine didn't.
> >
> > The latter did not eradicate COVID. But, it enabled us to get our
> > lives back to normal. After the vaccine came out, red state death
> > rates (where the vaccine was less adopted) were higher than
> > blue-state death rates.
> >
> > https://www.natesilver.net/p/the-2-key-facts-about-us-covid-policy
> >
> The fake vaccine and the lockdowns tore our lives apart.

But if the vaccine was “fake”, then why did hospitalizations & deaths decline
so much in regions with high vaccine adoption rates, whereas it didn’t do so
in those places which had low uptake rates?

> Cloth and cotton masks will not even slow down a virus.

Another falsehood. And even DIY cotton masks had an effect,
despite not being as objectively significant as KN95’s.

> People were totally dependent on that vaccine, and it didn't work.

The vaccine did increase complacency, but did also reduce the recession.

> The people that sold masks got rich.

Jealous much? How about substantiation of that claim?

-hh

Josh Rosenbluth

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Jan 1, 2024, 12:43:08 PMJan 1
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I agree with you on the cloth masks (but, N95s work and I'm not sure who
got rich). But again, the vaccine saved us (did you read my link). The
anti-vax folks are nuts.

Johnny

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Jan 1, 2024, 1:06:38 PMJan 1
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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:42:52 -0800
Yes I read your link about the red and blue states.

During the so called pandemic, the tests were faulty. Elon Musk
proved that by taking four in one day. Two positive and two negative.
Same nurse same test.

When a person died they were tested for the virus. If they had the
virus it was assumed they died from the virus. That wasn't true. How
many of those test were wrong?

The schools were closed. Children were the ones least affected by the
virus.

The virus mainly was worse for older people and people with weak immune
systems.

The lockdowns were a terrible mistake.


Josh Rosenbluth

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Jan 1, 2024, 1:28:39 PMJan 1
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The antigen test has quite a few false positives, but that's not what
was used

> The schools were closed. Children were the ones least affected by the
> virus.
>
> The virus mainly was worse for older people and people with weak immune
> systems.
>
> The lockdowns were a terrible mistake.

None of that is relevant to he vaccines. You are an anti-vax nut case.

Johnny

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Jan 1, 2024, 2:02:32 PMJan 1
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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 10:28:22 -0800
Yes I am when the vaccine is worthless. When you get vaccinated for
smallpox you don't get smallpox, when you receive the polio vaccine,
you don't get polio.



Siri Cruise

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Jan 1, 2024, 2:38:37 PMJan 1
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Johnny wrote:
> when you receive the polio vaccine,
> you don't get polio.

Ummmmmm....

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-hh

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Jan 1, 2024, 3:11:56 PMJan 1
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On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 2:38:37 PM UTC-5, Siri Cruise wrote:
> Johnny wrote:
> > when you receive the polio vaccine,
> > you don't get polio.
>
> Ummmmmm....

These boys are too young to remember that the polio vaccine wasn't
a single inoculation. It required two doses to get to 90% effective,
and three doses to get to 99%.

They probably also don't realize that there's still one "Iron Lung" survivor
still living...and that's he's spent the past 71 years living that way.

<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Alexander_(polio_survivor)>

-hh

Johnny

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Jan 1, 2024, 3:26:59 PMJan 1
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It's a shame euthanasia was not allowed back then. I know I'd rather
die than live like that.

The polio vaccine consisted of one sugar cube with one drop of weakened
live polio virus.

https://www.passporthealthglobal.com/2022/01/flashback-vaccination-with-sugar-cubes/

Siri Cruise

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Jan 1, 2024, 3:32:55 PMJan 1
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-hh wrote:
> On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 2:38:37 PM UTC-5, Siri Cruise wrote:
>> Johnny wrote:
>>> when you receive the polio vaccine,
>>> you don't get polio.
>>
>> Ummmmmm....
>
> These boys are too young to remember that the polio vaccine wasn't
> a single inoculation. It required two doses to get to 90% effective,
> and three doses to get to 99%.

One polio vaccine in the US was discontinued because the disease
is so rare that vaccine has become more dangerous.

Johnny wrote:>> None of that is relevant to he vaccines. You are
an anti-vax nut case.
> Yes I am when the vaccine is worthless. When you get
vaccinated for
> smallpox you don't get smallpox, when you receive the polio
vaccine,
> you don't get polio.

Like everything in our immune system, it's probabilistic not
absolute. Covid vaccine reduces the probability of disease. No
vaccine is absolutely effective. When the disease is rare enough,
probabilities shift and the vaccine can become worse, at which
point it is discontinued.

Vaccines activate the immune system to the virus surface. This
part of the virus is usually conserved because even small
molecular changes can kill the virus. Unfortunately for us covid
remains effective even after mutating its surface. Again
probability. It's improbable for a virus to have this ability
hence the struggle to kill it.

Josh Rosenbluth

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Jan 1, 2024, 3:34:07 PMJan 1
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The vaccine saves lives and you call it worthless. That's fucked up.

Johnny

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Jan 1, 2024, 3:38:06 PMJan 1
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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 12:33:51 -0800
It shouldn't be called a vaccine. Tell the people the truth. It's a
treatment for the virus.

-hh

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Jan 1, 2024, 3:40:47 PMJan 1
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On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 3:26:59 PM UTC-5, Johnny wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 12:11:54 -0800 (PST) -hh wrote:
> > On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 2:38:37 PM UTC-5, Siri Cruise wrote:
> > > Johnny wrote:
> > > > when you receive the polio vaccine,
> > > > you don't get polio.
> > >
> > > Ummmmmm....
> >
> > These boys are too young to remember that the polio vaccine wasn't
> > a single inoculation. It required two doses to get to 90% effective,
> > and three doses to get to 99%.
> >
> > They probably also don't realize that there's still one "Iron Lung"
> > survivor still living...and that's he's spent the past 71 years
> > living that way.
> >
> > <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Alexander_(polio_survivor)>
>
> It's a shame euthanasia was not allowed back then. I know I'd rather
> die than live like that.

There was hope for years that a cure would be found, hence why one waited.

> The polio vaccine consisted of one sugar cube with one drop of weakened
> live polio virus.
>
> https://www.passporthealthglobal.com/2022/01/flashback-vaccination-with-sugar-cubes/

Not anymore. As Siri noted that version's side effects were an unacceptable risk,
so its just Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV) as the only polio vaccine that's been used
in the USA since 2000.

In the meantime, the more we're learning about CoVid19, the worse its long term
health implications are: the Merck Manual has published that SARS-CoV-2, like HIV,
causes lymphocytopenia...

<https://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/hematology-and-oncology/leukopenias/lymphocytopenia>

...which means that CoVid19 is a chronic immune system disease, which means that
contracting it has quality of life reductions and significant long term healthcare expenses
for those individual(s). Presently, the lymphocytopenia contraction rate appears to be
highly variable ... 35% to 83% ... but the most worrying part of that metric is that the
lower limit of 35% is extremely high (eg, "one in three"). Plus they're also finding that
CoVid19 is linking to cardiac arrests in people under age 30...and that's on top of how
myocardia rates in under age 25 are ~5x the population baseline.

-hh

-hh

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Jan 1, 2024, 3:42:56 PMJan 1
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Nope, by its mechanism being prior to infection, 'vaccine' is the correct terminology.
For treatment, there's Paxlovid, an anti-viral cocktail which if not for Government
subsidy, currently retails for ~$400 for a five (5) day treatment.

-hh

OrigInfoJunkie

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Jan 1, 2024, 4:14:14 PMJan 1
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Yep — to be expected. Red shithole states are always at the bottom of the
rankings for public health, education, social well-being, happiness, etc.

pyotr filipivich

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Jan 1, 2024, 4:14:19 PMJan 1
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When you get the COVID vaccine, you don't get as sick, or die, as you would if
you didn't get the vaccine. The vaccine works.

Ihor Procyk

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On 1/1/2024 10:06 AM, Johnny wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:42:52 -0800
> Josh Rosenbluth <no...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>
>> On 1/1/2024 9:27 AM, Johnny wrote:
>>> On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:15:51 -0800
>>> Josh Rosenbluth <no...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> On 1/1/2024 9:02 AM, Johnny wrote:
>>>>
>>>> {snip}
>>>>
>>>>> The polio vaccine worked. The COVID vaccine didn't.
>>>>
>>>> The latter did not eradicate COVID. But, it enabled us to get our
>>>> lives back to normal. After the vaccine came out, red state death
>>>> rates (where the vaccine was less adopted) were higher than
>>>> blue-state death rates.
>>>>
>>>> https://www.natesilver.net/p/the-2-key-facts-about-us-covid-policy
>>>>
>>>
>>> The fake vaccine and the lockdowns tore our lives apart. Cloth and
>>> cotton masks will not even slow down a virus. People were totally
>>> dependent on that vaccine, and it didn't work.
>>>
>>> The people that sold masks got rich.
>>
>> I agree with you on the cloth masks (but, N95s work and I'm not sure
>> who got rich). But again, the vaccine saved us (did you read my
>> link). The anti-vax folks are nuts.
>
> Yes I read your link about the red and blue states.
>
> During the so called pandemic,

This is why shitbags like "johnny" get no serious engagement. There was a
pandemic — that is not in dispute.

Harlan Banks

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Jan 1, 2024, 4:14:21 PMJan 1
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They're worse than that. They're criminals.

Michael A Terrell

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Jan 1, 2024, 4:14:22 PMJan 1
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On 1/1/2024 9:27 AM, Johnny wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:15:51 -0800
> Josh Rosenbluth <no...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>
>> On 1/1/2024 9:02 AM, Johnny wrote:
>>
>> {snip}
>>
>>> The polio vaccine worked. The COVID vaccine didn't.
>>
>> The latter did not eradicate COVID. But, it enabled us to get our
>> lives back to normal. After the vaccine came out, red state death
>> rates (where the vaccine was less adopted) were higher than
>> blue-state death rates.
>>
>> https://www.natesilver.net/p/the-2-key-facts-about-us-covid-policy
>>
>
> The fake vaccine and the lockdowns tore our lives apart.

The vaccine is not fake, and it did work at greatly reducing severe illness and
death. You're lying about that.


> People were totally dependent on that vaccine, and it didn't work.

The vaccines work as intended.

David Hartung

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Jan 1, 2024, 4:14:23 PMJan 1
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On 1/1/2024 9:02 AM, Johnny wrote:
The COVID vaccine works at greatly reducing mortality and severe illness. The
right-wing fuckscum keep lying about this.

Duane D La Motte

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Jan 1, 2024, 4:17:12 PMJan 1
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"johnny" is a cowardly idiot. Pretty close to 100% of what he believes to be
true is actually false.

Ihor Procyk

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Jan 1, 2024, 4:17:52 PMJan 1
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It is a vaccine.

Jack Carlson

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Jan 1, 2024, 4:20:40 PMJan 1
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On 1/1/2024 7:53 AM, Bradley K. Sherman wrote:
> Kremlin Girl <NoB...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>> ...
>>> 2023
>>> 31 Jan 1,132,935 (+14,952)
>>> 28 Feb 1,145,661 (+12,726)
>>> 31 Mar 1,155,069 (+ 9,408)
>>> 30 Apr 1,159,839 (+ 4,770)
>>> 31 May 1,165,449 (+ 5,610)
>>> 30 Jun 1,168,148 (+ 2,699)
>>> 31 Jul 1,169,813 (+ 1,665)
>>> 31 Aug 1,173,655 (+ 3,842)
>>> 30 Sep 1,176,843 (+ 3,188)
>>> 31 Oct 1,180,669 (+ 3,826)
>>> 30 Nov 1,183,754 (+ 3,085)
>>> 31 Dec 1,190,171 (+ 6,417)
>>>
>>> <https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/>
>> ...
>> Is this "with Covid" or "from Covid".
>> ...
>
> From Covid.

This "from vs with" argument is bullshit. They *all* were *from* COVID.

Siri Cruise

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Jan 1, 2024, 5:10:50 PMJan 1
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I assume if you get an influenza vaccine every year it isn't a
vaccine.

Mitchell Holman

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Jan 1, 2024, 10:11:11 PMJan 1
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Johnny <joh...@invalid.net> wrote in
news:20240101142656.53f68292@Johnny:
And even that was blasted as
socialism by conservatives.


"When Jonas Salk developed a polio
vaccine in 1955, for instance, Democrats
proposed a federal program to distribute
the vaccine to all American schoolchildren.
Eisenhower’s secretary of health education
and welfare (HEW), a Texas millionaire
named Oveta Culp Hobby, objected to the
plan: "That’s socialized medicine by the
back door, not the front door."

https://www.msnbc.com/opinion/republicans-have-history-weaponizing-
socialism-do-they-understand-what-it-n1244465





NoBody

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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 15:53:42 -0000 (UTC), b...@panix.com (Bradley K.
Sherman) wrote:

>Kremlin Girl <NoB...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>> ...
>>>2023
>>> 31 Jan 1,132,935 (+14,952)
>>> 28 Feb 1,145,661 (+12,726)
>>> 31 Mar 1,155,069 (+ 9,408)
>>> 30 Apr 1,159,839 (+ 4,770)
>>> 31 May 1,165,449 (+ 5,610)
>>> 30 Jun 1,168,148 (+ 2,699)
>>> 31 Jul 1,169,813 (+ 1,665)
>>> 31 Aug 1,173,655 (+ 3,842)
>>> 30 Sep 1,176,843 (+ 3,188)
>>> 31 Oct 1,180,669 (+ 3,826)
>>> 30 Nov 1,183,754 (+ 3,085)
>>> 31 Dec 1,190,171 (+ 6,417)
>>>
>>><https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/>
>> ...
>>Is this "with Covid" or "from Covid".
>> ...
>
>From Covid.
>
> --bks

Source that this is the case?

And you clipped thee 99% recovery rate.

NoBody

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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:15:51 -0800, Josh Rosenbluth <no...@nowhere.com>
wrote:

>On 1/1/2024 9:02 AM, Johnny wrote:
>
>{snip}
>
>> The polio vaccine worked. The COVID vaccine didn't.
>
>The latter did not eradicate COVID. But, it enabled us to get our lives
>back to normal. After the vaccine came out, red state death rates (where
>the vaccine was less adopted) were higher than blue-state death rates.
>
>https://www.natesilver.net/p/the-2-key-facts-about-us-covid-policy

Interesting that he doesn't cite his source.

NoBody

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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:42:52 -0800, Josh Rosenbluth <no...@nowhere.com>
Are you still getting your shot every six months still?

NoBody

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Jan 2, 2024, 7:15:00 AMJan 2
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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 12:33:51 -0800, Josh Rosenbluth <no...@nowhere.com>
I'm sorry but I don't think that's really been established. Each shot
I got made me progressively sicker. I stopped getting it and had a
very mild case of Covid. Nothing since.

-hh

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Jan 2, 2024, 7:46:43 AMJan 2
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As it should, as it is intended to invoke an immune response.

> I stopped getting it and had a very mild case of Covid. Nothing since.

Merely cognitive decline, as evidenced in NoBody's posts.

-hh

Bradley K. Sherman

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Kremlin Girl <NoB...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>>> ...
>>>>2023
>>>> 31 Jan 1,132,935 (+14,952)
>>>> 28 Feb 1,145,661 (+12,726)
>>>> 31 Mar 1,155,069 (+ 9,408)
>>>> 30 Apr 1,159,839 (+ 4,770)
>>>> 31 May 1,165,449 (+ 5,610)
>>>> 30 Jun 1,168,148 (+ 2,699)
>>>> 31 Jul 1,169,813 (+ 1,665)
>>>> 31 Aug 1,173,655 (+ 3,842)
>>>> 30 Sep 1,176,843 (+ 3,188)
>>>> 31 Oct 1,180,669 (+ 3,826)
>>>> 30 Nov 1,183,754 (+ 3,085)
>>>> 31 Dec 1,190,171 (+ 6,417)
>>>>
>>>><https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/> <-+
> ... |
>Source ... ? |
> ... |
|
It's right there, Russian troll ------------------------------+

--bks

Mike Colangelo

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Jan 2, 2024, 9:56:17 AMJan 2
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It has been established. People who get the vaccines don't get as sick if they
get COVID-19 at all, and they are far less likely to die from — not "with" —
COVID19.

> Each shot I got made me progressively sicker.

Anecdotal. I can play that game, too. I've had six shots — the two initial doses
plus four boosters — and I haven't had COVID-19 once. They work. See?

Josh Rosenbluth

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Jan 2, 2024, 11:00:08 AMJan 2
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Once a year, like the flu shot.

Josh Rosenbluth

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Jan 2, 2024, 11:11:11 AMJan 2
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Whenever Kremlin Girl / Bit of Nothingness pisses and moans about the lack of a
source, you can be assured a source was given.

Mitchell Holman

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Jan 2, 2024, 1:56:49 PMJan 2
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Mike Colangelo <air@vatican_.con> wrote in
news:iuVkN.124182$p%Mb.1...@fx15.iad:
When doctors get vaccinated and get
their families vaccinated I generally
trust that is the right thing to do.



AMA survey shows over 96% of doctors fully
vaccinated against COVID-19
JUN 11, 2021
http://tinyurl.com/y6ruwtjr








Governor Swill

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Jan 2, 2024, 8:03:00 PMJan 2
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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 05:46:20 -0800 (PST), -hh <recscub...@huntzinger.com> wrote:
>> 2023
>> 31 Jan 1,132,935 (+14,952)
>> 28 Feb 1,145,661 (+12,726)
>> 31 Mar 1,155,069 (+ 9,408)
>> 30 Apr 1,159,839 (+ 4,770)
>> 31 May 1,165,449 (+ 5,610)
>> 30 Jun 1,168,148 (+ 2,699)
>> 31 Jul 1,169,813 (+ 1,665)
>> 31 Aug 1,173,655 (+ 3,842)
>> 30 Sep 1,176,843 (+ 3,188)
>> 31 Oct 1,180,669 (+ 3,826)
>> 30 Nov 1,183,754 (+ 3,085)
>> 31 Dec 1,190,171 (+ 6,417)
>>
>> <https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/>
>>
>> --bks
>
>Now sort by deaths per capita, to assess what states have been doing better/worse
>at Public Health initiatives particularly after the initial onslaught. One gets:
>
>Worst (#1): Arizona (AZ)
>#2: West Virginia (WV)
>#3: MS
>#4: TN
>#5: NM
>#6: AR
>#7: MI
>#8: FL
>#9: AR
>#10: KY
>
>Golly, that’s a lot of Red “Shithole” States at the top of the worst.
>
>-hh

AR is listed twice? #9 should be AL.

Swill



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Governor Swill

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Jan 2, 2024, 8:04:31 PMJan 2
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On Mon, 01 Jan 2024 15:07:45 +0000, Mitchell Holman <noe...@verizon.net> wrote:

>-hh <recscub...@huntzinger.com> wrote in
>news:75c9a31c-c8af-41ae...@googlegroups.com:
>
>> On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 7:15:32 AM UTC-5, Bradley K. Sherman
>> Golly, that’s a lot of Red “Shithole� States at the top of the
>> worst.
>>
>
>
> Watch this space for the usual
>"it's all be cause of their blacks"
>and "it's all because of Biden's
>open border"

Yeah, TN, MS and WV have really struggled with their border with Mexico.

Governor Swill

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Jan 2, 2024, 8:10:04 PMJan 2
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On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:41:32 -0800 (PST), -hh <recscub...@huntzinger.com> wrote:

>On Monday, January 1, 2024 at 12:27:31?PM UTC-5, Johnny wrote:
>> On Mon, 1 Jan 2024 09:15:51 -0800
>> Josh Rosenbluth <no...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>>
>> > On 1/1/2024 9:02 AM, Johnny wrote:
>> >
>> > {snip}
>> >
>> > > The polio vaccine worked. The COVID vaccine didn't.
>> >
>> > The latter did not eradicate COVID. But, it enabled us to get our
>> > lives back to normal. After the vaccine came out, red state death
>> > rates (where the vaccine was less adopted) were higher than
>> > blue-state death rates.
>> >
>> > https://www.natesilver.net/p/the-2-key-facts-about-us-covid-policy
>> >
>> The fake vaccine and the lockdowns tore our lives apart.
>
>But if the vaccine was “fake”, then why did hospitalizations & deaths decline
>so much in regions with high vaccine adoption rates, whereas it didn’t do so
>in those places which had low uptake rates?
>
>> Cloth and cotton masks will not even slow down a virus.
>
>Another falsehood. And even DIY cotton masks had an effect,
>despite not being as objectively significant as KN95’s.

The popular misconception was that masks could keep you safe from infection. Surgical
teams don't wear mask so the patient doesn't make *them* sick, they wear masks so they
don't infect the *patient*.

>> People were totally dependent on that vaccine, and it didn't work.
>
>The vaccine did increase complacency, but did also reduce the recession.

I did the Johnson and Johnson and I haven't had Covid. Everybody else in the house has
and so have most of the folks in my neighborhood in Florida.

>> The people that sold masks got rich.
>
>Jealous much? How about substantiation of that claim?

Is making money suddenly a bad thing in Republican circles?

Swill
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Governor Swill

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