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5 hours ago, railfancwb said:

Especially since USPS is nominally not part of the federal government. 

Postal workers union.

So it likely comes as no surprise that Biden would be extremely hesitant to cross his labor pals. But he's doing more than just being careful not to cross them — he's consulting with them in the creation of national policy.

For example, just last month, the Chicago police union sent a message to Mayor Lori Lightfoot's command that all cops get the shots: "Hell, no," they said. "We'll see you in court."

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I just got off the phone with my friend and colleague. She is spouting off the msm line. Called ivermectin horse dewormer. I told he I just had horse food this morning for breakfast, oats. Then she told me her friend had ketamine treatment for ptsd/depression, and I said, “Oh, you mean horse tranquilizer?”. I may have to write her off.

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"Since the start of the pandemic, Beverly Hills, CA hair restoration specialist Dr. Craig Ziering has seen an increase in patients searching for help with their hair loss. “Some cases are because of contracting COVID and others are from intense level of stress on everyday life the pandemic has brought with it,” he says. “The most significant is that hair loss is one of the top 15 most common side effects COVID patients experience.”

Since the actual hair shedding begins during the COVID recovery period (or three-to-five months post-COVID), Dr. Ziering notes that experts did not realize early last year how frequently they would be seeing and treating new hair-loss patients who were experiencing telogen effluvium (i.e., overall hair loss resulting from more hairs in the inactive portion of the growth phase) after a COVID diagnosis. 

“The good news is that this type of hair loss is typically temporary and very treatable. You just must be patient—the hair regrowth process will take up to one year.”"


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My police department has been trying to use positive reinforcement to get officers to get vaccinated. They offer 2 paid vacation days to any officers that can turn in a valid vaccine card. Even so, barely half of our officers are vaccinated now.

I guess I'm a cheap date, because I took the bribe from my department, and I turned in a vaccine card with only ONE dose of Moderna out of the usual two doses. I never went back for any more doses, and sure enough, I got my two paid vacation days. The one dose hasn't given me any side affects, other than the heart attack, blood clots, and seizure I had within a few months of the vaccine. But, good luck proving any connection between the two.

Now the federal government wants to mandate the vaccine? Oh HELL no...my entire family is standing firm that they won't touch the vaccine. 

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2 hours ago, gwalchmai said:

Rosa was a secretary at a local NAACP office. The whole thing was a setup. However, I agree with her (their) position.

I have related before, just how I was threatened to, "get to the front of the bus where you belong! Or get the hell out on the road!".  We just crossed the Mason Dixon Line in 1957.

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Leaked Zoom Video Reveals Hospital Officials Discussing COVID-19 Scare Tactics

"A leaked Zoom conference reveals a doctor questioning how to increase the count of COVID-19 patient numbers on the hospital’s dashboard report."


"“I think we have to be more blunt, we have to be more forceful—we have to say something coming out—if you don’t get vaccinated, you know you are going to die,” Rudyk said in the video. “Let’s just be really blunt to these people.”

The video begins with Fisher explaining how her department is communicating “meaningful numbers”—the percentage of the unvaccinated, vaccinated, and percentage of deaths in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)—to the public.

Rudyk then asked how post-COVID cases can be included in the number of people hospitalized for COVID-19.

“My feeling at this point in time is that maybe we need to be completely a little bit more scary for the public,” Rudyk said. “There are many people still hospitalized that we’re considering post-COVID, but we are not counting in those numbers, so how do we include those post-COVID people in the numbers of patients we have in the hospital?”"

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