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  1. 8 hours ago, Schmidt Meister said:

    My wife and I got Covid in December of 2019. I got tested for antibodies in Feb. 2022 Two years, as odd as that may seem. Some people think that Covid wasn't around until they heard of it.

    You said test for the vax.

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  2. 8 hours ago, Schmidt Meister said:

    I don't know how long after the vax it would remain relevant but when I was getting tested for the antibodies to prove I had had Covid, the lab techs at Quest told me that they could do a blood test to see if a person had had the vax for up to 2 years.

    Incidentally, I got tested for Covid antibodies 2 years after I had it and the antibodies were still detectable. I was getting tested to prove to my employers that I had had Covid. At the time I was on suspension for NOT getting the Covid vax and I still haven't taken it and I never will.

    Odd how they could know that test would go back for two years, since we are basically at the two year mark.

    Or has time got away from me? 

    Edit: Nope. Biden was installed in 2020. First jabs to healthcare workers in December 2020. Why do they hate HC workers? Anyway just rolling up on 2 years. Hard to believe the damage done in such a short time.

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  3. 21 minutes ago, Batesmotel said:

    Get rid of it. Just use a couple fine mesh strainers and toss everything in the trash. Just like in commercial kitchens. Very happy I did. 

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    8 minutes ago, Walt Longmire said:

    Especially if you are on a septic system. 

    We use these and I was going to add the septic is happy.

    Had the tanks pumped a couple summers ago after 17 years in the house and the septic guy told us not to teach people how to care for them, because he'd go out of business. 

    Nice kid, reasonable pricing. Probably will never need him again here, but use his company for the in laws that don't do nearly as well with theirs.

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  4. 2 hours ago, Schmidt Meister said:

    I posted that video on fecesbook and they immediately hid it where even I can't see it and didn't give me any explanation other that it was bullying and could cause others to hurt themselves. And they warned me that further violations would lead to my account being restricted or removed permanently. Since I couldn't respond to the warning directly I just posted this on my account ... not that they give a cr*p. I have a feeling, my third fecesbook account is fixing to be permanently suspended or removed.

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    I've been calling the mindless morons a bunch of mindless morons lately, Surprised I'm still there, but the day isn't over yet. :anim_rofl2:

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  5. 2 hours ago, pipedreams said:

    One In Every 500 Small Children Who Receive Pfizer Shot Are Hospitalized By It

    One in every 500 children under five years who received the Pfizer mRNA Covid vaccine were hospitalised with a vaccine injury, and one in 200 had symptoms ongoing for weeks or months afterwards, a study has found.

    The study published in JAMA included 7,806 children aged five or younger who were followed up of for an average of 91.4 days following their first Pfizer vaccination. It was a retrospective cohort study done as an authenticated online survey (response rate 41.1%) in spring 2022 which included parents or caregivers who registered children for SARS-CoV-2 vaccination in outpatient care facilities in Germany. It compared the adverse events to those of the same children with other vaccinations in order to control for over-reporting.

    It concluded that the symptoms reported after Pfizer vaccination were “comparable overall” to those for other vaccines. Let’s see.

    • Any symptoms: 62% higher
    • Musculoskeletal (muscles and bones) symptoms: 155% higher
    • Dermatologic (skin) symptoms: 118% higher
    • Otolaryngologic (ears, nose and throat) symptoms: 537% higher
    • Cardiovascular (heart etc.): 36% higher
    • Gastrointestinal (stomach etc.): 54% higher

    https://www.technocracy.news/study-one-in-every-500-small-children-who-receive-pfizer-shot-are-hospitalized-by-it/

    It's that "Common Core Math". When the numbers don't add up, just make it up.

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  6. 7 minutes ago, pipedreams said:

    I stopped by Walmart yesterday to pick up something for the wife and went by the area where the eggs are normally.  They have a display area about 20 feet long or so and it was completely empty other than a couple open cartons that must of had cracked eggs.

    Yea, chicken seeds have been a hot commodity in my AO of late. Hit or miss on a lot of things.

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  7. 3 hours ago, pipedreams said:

    The government wants us to believe that inflation is only 8.7%!

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    Democrat math. Eggs are near triple, that is 200% increase. Flour is over double, 100% increase. Butter is double, 100% increase. Gas is still near double what it was in 2020 around here, so ~100% increase. 

    That "New" math really confuses me, and I hope none of the people are engineers, and I'm not driving over a bridge they designed.

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  8. 3 hours ago, pipedreams said:

    Since the House is now going to be controlled by the Republicans will they allow the Dems. to investigate his taxes?

    Trumps taxes? They will find a way. The ones I'd really like to see? Not happening.

    Missed out on the Senate. Even if Walker wins the runoff, it will still Dem controlled, for a couple of reasons. Harris is the tie breaker vote, and Dems stick together like the thieves they are. The RINOS will make sure things go the Liberal way.

    Impeach all you want, without a Senate conviction, it means nothing.

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  9. 21 minutes ago, DAKA said:

    YOU (and perhaps a few others) are the exception to the story    All in fun  :599c64b15e0f8_thumbsup:

    Do "wild" turkeys taste better than "farmed"?

    It depends. Like pork, I think domesticated is a different animal, and I prefer the wild in both.

    Wild birds are much leaner, have small er breasts, legs, thighs. The legs and thighs are pretty unusable. You gat a few bites off them, but not a lot, to me. The breast is much more developed, not large these birds are still capable of flight, and I think has a different texture and flavor. Breast them out, slice and fried is the preferred method for wild turkey around these parts. A smoked breast is good as well. Get an exceptional one, and it could go in the roaster. They are a treat IMHO, and don't give me the indigestion the domestic ones do.

    Eastern Turkeys tend to run a little larger then the Rio Grand Turkeys we hunt, and capturing them and feeding them out would not be out of the question, in the day.

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  10. 55 minutes ago, pipedreams said:

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    https://www.theblaze.com/op-ed/horowitz-how-many-lives-could-have-been-saved-by-aggressive-use-of-vitamin-d-alone

    "What if our government, instead of obsessively pushing policies that were all pain and no gain – masks, lockdowns, remdesivir, and mRNA gene therapy – had aggressively promoted daily supplementation with vitamin D? Well, a new study of vitamin D treatment lead by a Johns Hopkins researcher purports to show at least 116,000 people could have been saved, and those numbers are likely a fraction of the overall benefit with a preventive regimen of vitamin D to elevate serum levels above 50, not to mention numerous other safe supplements and therapeutics that could have been used.

    To this day, doctors like Eric Nepute are being sued by the Department of Justice for selling supplements they say might be beneficial against COVID. Yet the government refuses to change course based on the evidence. At the same time, the government funds and markets the mRNA vaccines with FDA labels that treat them like perfect, sterilizing vaccines."

    The jab, remdesivir, and probably others have shown to be detrimental. Ever wonder why they don't advertise those "Treatments" and the "Vaccination" by name? As of now federal law requires disclosure, and skirting around the law is much less incriminating.

    If they find the need to circumvent advertising practices, then I really don't feel the need to partake. The ones they do disclose are usually more risk than I feel the need to take, but I don't have to deal with them, so there is that.

    Been treating virus' like flu and colds for years with Vitamin D, Zink, and a corticosteroid to boost things along and aid in reducing inflammation. Secondary infections were rare when we started in frugal time, but were dealt with on an individual basis, and as needed.

    Nothing new about it after all said and done, just the lack of, or insane treatment protocols. Doctors have forgotten how to be doctors in too many cases, or they are prohibited from doing so, and that is sad.

    I'm more convinced of this every day.

     

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