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Mandates are a terrible idea

It’s sad it had come to even tabling them

If this was the time when the polio vaccine came out it never would’ve come to this point

Too bad today all these sofa scientists with degrees from Freedom Eagle 1776 have enabled the virus to spread and disable economies
 

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supreme court just said fuck your mandates!

another win for trump with his court picks...




although admittedly this all reads that the supreme court simply stated they felt the president did not have the authority to issue such a mandate without congressional approval, not that they actually disagreed with the mandate itself.

thats going to put congress in an awkward position!
It was a split decision. They approved the mandate for certain healthcare workers. Also, the states can pursue this on their own, as can private businesses. It's a win, sort of.
 

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And since it seems the board is avoiding this post, I'll link it here... :lol:

(1) COVID dick.. apparently, it's a real thing! | labusas.oRg

I was going to post this in the COVID thread, but I thought it serious, and amusing enough, to warrant its own thread. If you don't think that's the case, well then, kindly go fuck yourself :fu:

Unless you have the 'Rona dick, then I guess you can't. :lol:

Coronavirus Lingers in Penis and Could Cause Impotence (webmd.com)

Yes, COVID-19 Can Cause Erectile Dysfunction – Cleveland Clinic

Yes, Covid Can Cause Erectile Dysfunction | Elemental (medium.com)

Erectile Dysfunction Risk 6 Times Higher in Men With COVID (webmd.com)

and not only will it keep you flaccid, but it may even shrink your goods! Guess it's China's way of leveling the playing field :lol:

Man Said COVID Caused His Penis to Shrink (insider.com)

US man claims his penis has shrunk due to rare Covid side effect | news.com.au — Australia’s leading news site

A Shrinking Penis Has Been Named As Potential Symptom Of Long Covid (ladbible.com)

My wife said it may be just a rouse by the government and science types to finally scare the black male community into getting vaxxed. She may have a point. 🤨
 

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It was a split decision. They approved the mandate for certain healthcare workers. Also, the states can pursue this on their own, as can private businesses. It's a win, sort of.
only those hospitals that are federally subsidized with medicare/medicaid programs....

private businesses always could, and thats their right as a private business.
 

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The wife does our grocery shopping, so I haven't walked through the local grocery store in a while.
She tells me she generally can purchase anything she's looking for, but it's a crapshoot as to what brand is available. Most things, we've stuck with the same brand for years, but now it's just "whatever" brand. One exception to the above was chicken breasts; there were none available on Sunday... any brand.
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Zero issues over here, but there are similar 'single item' shortages on occasion (i.e. the bread the kid likes was out for a month, or a particular sauce that was always available becomes hard to find), but that was always due to a temporary Covid-related factory shutdown.
 
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This woman will never be POTUS

Like HRC, it's as if there's a robot behind those eyes. Unelectable



BTW this is a non-partisan opinion. FWIW, for sheer presence I tip my hat to Bill C and Obama as far as presidents of the last 30 years
 
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Supreme Court halts COVID-19 vaccine rule for US businesses | AP News

So now that the S.C. has blocked the mandate as unconstitutional.. do people that were given a pink slip 'based on the mandate' --- have recourse now?

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Only the Federal OSHA mandate on private businesses was declared unconstitutional. The federal government can still mandate their employees get it, the states can still mandate it as well. Private corporations, have the legal right to mandate it. So your comment above is overly broad. The OSHA mandate hadn't even fully gone into effect so *shrug*
 

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Only the Federal OSHA mandate on private businesses was declared unconstitutional. The federal government can still mandate their employees get it, the states can still mandate it as well. Private corporations, have the legal right to mandate it. So your comment above is overly broad. The OSHA mandate hadn't even fully gone into effect so *shrug*
Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in dissent that the case was about whether the administration has the authority “to force healthcare workers, by coercing their employers, to undergo a medical procedure they do not want and cannot undo.” He said the administration hadn’t shown convincingly that Congress gave it that authority.
 
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Down to a head cold and cough..

Two others have fevers hovering at 102. Both non vaccinated..

The rest are like me on day 4.. all two or three shots in... (me 2 shots)

Slight difference of my group of vaccinated vrs non vaccinated


Real world ... no science ...no Memes... no china.
Have you lost taste or smell?
 

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Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in dissent that the case was about whether the administration has the authority “to force healthcare workers, by coercing their employers, to undergo a medical procedure they do not want and cannot undo.” He said the administration hadn’t shown convincingly that Congress gave it that authority.
Yeah, so what's your point for quoting me? The healthcare workers mandate is still in effect and comes from the HHS as a way of mandating Public Health and falls under the powers of the purse in regards to health care providers that accept money from Medicare and Medicaid.

Lastly to be clear, I don't agree with any mandates period! I lean libertarian/conservative
 
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No taste and smell remained

I'll have to asked the other guys.

But know a girl that had the original virus for two months.. 10 months still no taste
I asked because lack of taste and smell is the only overhang I still have and it’s pissing me off
 

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Philippines eyes ‘unvaccinated list’ amid Duterte’s arrest threat
Order follows President Duterte’s threat to arrest those who have not been vaccinated amid a record-breaking number of infections.


‘Shoot them dead’: Duterte warns against violating lockdown
Warning from Philippine president comes after slum dwellers stage protests over lack of food amid coronavirus crisis.

“Do not intimidate the government. Do not challenge the government. You will lose,” he added in Filipino and English.
 

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Bombshell CDC Admission — The COVID Tests Don’t Work


STORY AT-A-GLANCE
  • Since the beginning of the pandemic, experts have warned that the PCR test is not as a valid diagnostic and produces far too many false positives, as it can pick up on “dead,” nonreplicating viral debris
  • The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now admits the PCR test can remain positive for up to 12 weeks after infection. For this reason, they say most people don’t need to retest negative before ending their quarantine
  • The CDC also admits the PCR cannot identify active infection or measure contagiousness
  • People who are double-jabbed or unvaccinated and test positive for SARS-CoV-2, or have known exposure, but remain asymptomatic, now only need to isolate for five days rather than 10, but should wear a mask for another five days when at work or in public. People who are triple-jabbed do not need to isolate after exposure, but should wear a mask for 10 days
  • Health care workers who test positive for COVID but remain asymptomatic can return to work after seven days with a negative test, but isolation time can be cut to five days if there are staffing shortages

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California to Allow COVID-Positive Healthcare Workers


The California Department of Health now says that healthcare workers who are COVID positive, but asymptomatic, can continue to work in hospitals.


The guidance says that until February 1, health care personnel “who test positive for SARS-CoV-2 and are asymptomatic, may return to work immediately without isolation and without testing.


After much backlash and criticism, Governor Newsom remarked, "It's called dealing with reality. The pragmatism. Not what you want but what you need to do at a time of challenge and constraints and scarcity."


Yes. But sometimes you create your own reality.


In this case, is it possible that the state’s vaccine mandate forced hospitals to fire every worker who refused to take a COVID vaccine and booster? And that this subsequent shortage of workers created “challenge and constraints and scarcity” ?


It’s extraordinary that California would rather have COVID positive healthcare workers than allow unvaccinated workers to keep their jobs.
 

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I found this to be interesting, if the guy is truly from MGH ( Massachusetts General Hospital ), one of the best in the country.

Director of International Infectious Disease at MGH, Interesting points from his presentation:
1 Close to 100% of the positive cases are Omicron. Delta is almost completely gone generally from most states in the US.
2 This surge will peak sometime between 1/10 and 1/21 and then begin a quick downhill journey of two to four weeks.
3 We will end up with a 20-50% positivity rate.
4 February will be clean up mode, March will begin to return to "normal"
5 Omicron lives in your nose and upper respiratory area which is what makes it so contagious. It isn't able to bond with your lungs like the other variants.
6 The increased hospitalizations should be taken with a grain of salt as most of them are secondary admissions (i.e. people coming in for surgery, broken bones, etc. who are tested for COVID)
7 We won't need a booster for omicron because they wouldn't be able to develop one before it's completely gone and we're all going to get it which will give us the immunity we need to get through it.
8 COVID will join the 4 other coronaviruses we deal with that cause the common cold, upper respiratory infections, RSV, etc. It will become a pediatric disease mainly affecting young children with no immunity.
9 40% of those infected will be asymptomatic
10 Rapid tests are 50-80% sensitive to those with symptoms, only 30-60% sensitive to those without symptoms
11 Contact tracing is worthless because we're all going to get it and there's no way we could keep up with it.
12 We are fighting the last war with COVID and should be pivoting back to normal life, but society isn't quite ready for it yet.
13 There is no need to stay home from work or to be a hermit unless you're immunocompromised or 85 or older, but he does recommend staying away from large gatherings for the next six weeks.
14 Spring/Summer will be really nice!
Overall a great presentation.
 

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Omicron is making a mess. Roughly half of the micu beds are occupied by covid, presumably with the omicron variant. Surprising amount of 30 year olds, most are either 30-50 or 70 and older.

Conversation tonight with bed management (they handle patient movement/flow):

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Problem I see in my NO science... No Meme ... No China self experience that ...

IF I get this a THIRD time in the Next 4 Weeks.. we have a problem ... and it's not a great out look for anything normal in the year 2022.

I'll revisit this in a few weeks and see if I re infect or not .. I will not be wearing masks or do anything out of the norm so that this is a real world ... real science .. no china result.

I'm down to cough drops and tissues for control of sinus and cough now.

Cough is more active at night and when laying down to sleep.
 

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Viruses infect everyone, regardless of precautions, unless you live in a spacesuit or a bubble with really good air filtration.

The body's immune system either defeats the virus or it doesn't.

You can prep your body's immune system to identify and fight certain strains but,
you have to get it right and not make the fucking vaccine so fucking toxic that the cure is worse than the fucking virus.

In the end, you still get infected then, over time, the virus mutates and it's effectiveness dies out...

...and then it comes back as a different strain the next time conditions are just right...

...or when some stupid motherfuckers grow something terrible in a fucking lab...

...like what the are talking about in the video I posted just above.


I'm pretty sure biological warfare is still illegal internationally.

Someone needs to be held accountable.
 

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I found this to be interesting, if the guy is truly from MGH ( Massachusetts General Hospital ), one of the best in the country.

Director of International Infectious Disease at MGH, Interesting points from his presentation:
1 Close to 100% of the positive cases are Omicron. Delta is almost completely gone generally from most states in the US.
2 This surge will peak sometime between 1/10 and 1/21 and then begin a quick downhill journey of two to four weeks.
3 We will end up with a 20-50% positivity rate.
4 February will be clean up mode, March will begin to return to "normal"
5 Omicron lives in your nose and upper respiratory area which is what makes it so contagious. It isn't able to bond with your lungs like the other variants.
6 The increased hospitalizations should be taken with a grain of salt as most of them are secondary admissions (i.e. people coming in for surgery, broken bones, etc. who are tested for COVID)
7 We won't need a booster for omicron because they wouldn't be able to develop one before it's completely gone and we're all going to get it which will give us the immunity we need to get through it.
8 COVID will join the 4 other coronaviruses we deal with that cause the common cold, upper respiratory infections, RSV, etc. It will become a pediatric disease mainly affecting young children with no immunity.
9 40% of those infected will be asymptomatic
10 Rapid tests are 50-80% sensitive to those with symptoms, only 30-60% sensitive to those without symptoms
11 Contact tracing is worthless because we're all going to get it and there's no way we could keep up with it.
12 We are fighting the last war with COVID and should be pivoting back to normal life, but society isn't quite ready for it yet.
13 There is no need to stay home from work or to be a hermit unless you're immunocompromised or 85 or older, but he does recommend staying away from large gatherings for the next six weeks.
14 Spring/Summer will be really nice!
Overall a great presentation.
This statement was not issued by Dr Ryan, but are apparently notes taken from someone listening to him speak. Here is a response to it I took from the official MGH website.

We are aware of COVID-19 information circulating online evidently reflecting an individual’s personal notes from listening to a talk by Edward Ryan, MD, director of Global Infectious Diseases at MGH. These notes lack context, details, and nuance. For instance, the role that vaccines play in mitigating severe disease or death was not included, and individuals with comorbid conditions should continue to take extra precautions to minimize contracting COVID irrelevant of age.

- Massachusetts General Hospital
 

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Omicron is making a mess. Roughly half of the micu beds are occupied by covid, presumably with the omicron variant. Surprising amount of 30 year olds, most are either 30-50 or 70 and older.

Conversation tonight with bed management (they handle patient movement/flow):

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Things will get better as more healthcare workers quit their jobs due to Grandpa ShitForBrains' mandate!
Just need a little time for it all to work out. Come on, Man! Trust the plan!
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