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Sansa_Belt 1 point ago +1 / -0

That makes sense.

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Sansa_Belt 1 point ago +1 / -0

A fine word, a word from my youth, a word that rolls off of the tongue. And while it is not a swear or curse word, it has all of the elements to be so. So while it may be used freely in polite conversation, it carries a hint of menace to the eternally offended.

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Sansa_Belt 1 point ago +1 / -0

I second that.

We all lost a little humanity in the reading.

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Sansa_Belt 14 points ago +14 / -0

K2 helps D3 direct calcium to your bones (instead of your arteries) too. Though, too much potassium effects the kidneys and too much potassium can cause health problems such as a heart attack (Hyperkalemia).

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Sansa_Belt 4 points ago +4 / -0

I am the broccoli king. Or at least that's what she calls me. No gene therapy jab, no mask, no isolation, a little horsy paste now and then, C, D3, Zinc some K2 on occasion and a red apple every day (ionophore), and no CCP China Flu for this nimble navigator.

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Sansa_Belt 9 points ago +9 / -0

I work in clean rooms. That means gowns, PPE - booties, gloves, safety glasses and hair nets at a minimum. Add facemasks during a stretch ...an infuriatingly long stretch when the Plandemic was in full throated holler.

I noticed that I could easily see the pachaging that all of those items came in (boxing). The gowns and booties are part of a service, but they even come sealed in clear plastic bags. The masks never had any packaging to be seen. So, NOTICING things, I made it my business to find out that security had the supply of masks under lock and key, and were responsible for depositing such in the changing/air shower points of egress.

Well, I took some time, and when I saw a security guard doing his thing, I simply pretended to belong there, and took smartphone images of the corrugated cardboard boxes, the smaller chipbpard boxes with the graphics, and finally the clear plastic sleeves (also with printed information) in which the masks came.

Yup, right on the chipboard box. Straight outta Chyna, "Mask does not protect against viruses" (paraphrased). H1N1 ...nope, CCP Covid-19 ...nope.

I posted my images and was reprimanded. Fortunately, the reprimand helped the rumor mill, and masks were doomed from that point on except for those compliant Asians and the terminally blue/red/green haired.

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Sansa_Belt 5 points ago +5 / -0

I have always been a reader. I built a decent library to suit my interests, and inherited quite a bit. I have a sizeable room that's wall-to-wall and ceiling-to-floor books.

I find myself going back to that reference libray more often over the last few years as my trust in the Internet's product wanes.

Of course, besides a few weight training and "health"tomes, I have little that confronts the Plandemic/masking/"vaccines" and-the-like. But I don't see myself getting rid of the hard copy anytime soon.

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Sansa_Belt 3 points ago +4 / -1

Obviously as stated repeatedley in this thread. This study however is different in an important way.

This is the first internationally recognized randomized controlled trial that found no statistically significant real-world performance difference between surgical masks, and N95 masks.

This study is significant, because you can sirect people to it who are frickin' crazy. Ya can't make'em read it, but it exists. Before the release of this study, there were dozend of others, but nothing this comprehensive and accepted. Except by Fauci's NIH that is. Fucking clown world.

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Sansa_Belt 11 points ago +11 / -0

I am aware. I read a book on the Spanish Flu during the WWI era. It talked about how masks had become the equivalent of a fetish. Just a token to ward away spirits practically. Only a complete fool would believe that masks "manufactured" a hundred years ago were anything but an ornament.

Nothing short of a full respirator that is sealed is worthwhile against the virus. Now, if you're running a saw, or tearing out fiberglass or asbestos ...now you have particles that can be filtered.

I have been posting here at PDW regarding masks since practically day 1. This study is something new to show the crazies.

All of it did nothing, except increase disease because 1918, because sanitation, because ...

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Sansa_Belt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Damn ...hopefully those buckets (fan prop blades) don't take on water through the intake side that much at full trim, or the lifespan and reliability of those things will be short.

Water hitting the blades at those speeds (blade rotation and intake) looked fierce.

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Sansa_Belt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Perhaps that's part of it. But I notice that if I get close to the masked, they back away. So distancing for solid ejecta does work somewhat. When it comes to actual coughing and sneezing and projectile effluveum, a plexiglass square held up in front of the face would act similarly.

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Sansa_Belt 6 points ago +6 / -0

Video from 2016. Still true, but a bit dated. He would not get the opportunity today in class in GB.

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Sansa_Belt 3 points ago +3 / -0

Representing Ohio in the House of Representatives as a Democrat for years. He had the best toupe ever. It looked like and old, gray bat settled on his head and died there.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:James_Traficant_105th_Congress_1997.jpg

From Wikipedia: James Anthony Traficant Jr. (May 8, 1941 – September 27, 2014) was an American politician who served as a Democratic, and later independent, member of the United States House of Representatives from Ohio. He represented the 17th Congressional District, which centered on his hometown of Youngstown and included parts of three counties in northeast Ohio's Mahoning Valley. He was expelled from the House after being convicted of ten felony counts, including taking bribes, filing false tax returns, racketeering, and forcing his congressional staff to perform chores at his farm in Ohio and houseboat in Washington, D.C.[1] He was sentenced to prison and released on September 2, 2009, after serving a seven-year sentence.

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Sansa_Belt 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Ukranian certainly belongs there. He has a Vindeman feel to him in that pose.

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Sansa_Belt 23 points ago +23 / -0

Of course, I didn't get jabbed and was chased out of the Post Office and stores for not wearing the mask. What you know and I know and a vast majority of Frens know is not the issue. The importance here, is not the study's results as much as the availability of a 'good' printable/linkable study to show Covidiots. Maskers who you and I know. They may deny, but if they read it, at least some small dark corner of their mind is now knawing-away in their skull.

And BTW, LA County is proposing masks again ...insane.

This is the type of thing that I will print-out, and adhere to the inside door of the toilets at work.

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Sansa_Belt 7 points ago +7 / -0

Fauci Legacy:

Published in the Annals of Internal Medicine (AIM) this week and led by researchers at Canada's McMaster University, the study found no statistically significant difference in protection between the two kinds of masks in healthcare facilities in Canada, Israel, Pakistan and Egypt.

So, since cloth/surgical masks have been proven to have no statistical difference to being unmasked regarding infection from the CCP Covid-19 and its various strains, by the transitive property, N-95s are similarly as useless.

If cloth=0 and cloth=N95 then N95=0 QED

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Sansa_Belt 16 points ago +16 / -0

Clabber's in Arizona I do believe. So, I will blame Katie Hobb's for the undue stress that has injured our Fren.

Your posted picture ...I've shared that view before. Keep your mind strong and your body will follow.

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