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No trade/professional skills due to inability to drive at this time (working on it) so mostly entry level stuff and having to do with where I am at. That and am in debt due to be 'young and dumb' with credit cards. Most of better paying jobs are managerial which I got SEVERIALLY turned off to because of how snoody and Leftist-like I have seen Manager position makes people where I have worked. Couple of good apples, but mostly Positional power bullshit. I am slowly doing a couple of things like Cointiply for Crypto because of a specific goal I have set for it that doesn't interact with my finances.
One of the stocks revealed to be associated with it.
Yep. just entered bank info and gotta wait the one to two business days. If the stock stays low enough, I might be able to get 1 or 2 a paycheck while doing bills. Missed out on bitcoin back when it was less than a buck.
Webull does a verification that deposit 2 small amounts into bank account that you want to add and you have to give what they were and in what order.
Micro-deposit verification sucks.
He whined about being called faggot 1000 times in a week. When truth social comes around, he can face being called faggot 1000 times an hour.
The few that I am going to be able to get (less than 15k/year income) I have gonna hafta wait to it reaches 1k or something to sell off.
part of it is random (even hits healthy). Part of it relies on other stuff like diabetes. Eliminate as much 'non-random' co-morbidities as you can.
By all means. Now if only micro-deposit verification could go faster.
Text of article due to ad-mageddon.
"Conservative anti-vaxx commentator Dennis Prager reveals he has COVID, claims he got it on purpose for 'natural immunity', and says he's been treating it with drugs including Regeneron, hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin
-Conservative pundit Dennis Prager said had COVID-19 and had contracted it on purpose by socializing and getting close to strangers
-Prager said that although his plan sounds 'bizarre' he did it in order to achieve 'natural immunity and be taken care of by therapeutics'
-Prager said he continues to take a variety of other remedies including Regeneron, zinc, azithromycin, hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin
-The Food & Drug Administration reports that neither hydroxychloroquine nor ivermectin is an effective treatment for COVID
-Although Prager appears convinced 'natural immunity' from the virus is better, the National Institutes of Health, say vaccines confer greater protection
Conservative radio talk show host and prominent anti-vaxxer, Dennis Prager, claims he has caught coronavirus deliberately to give himself natural immunity he says a shot won't provide.
Speaking on his radio show which airs on the right-wing Salem Radio Network, Prager, who is 73, claimed that he socialized with strangers on purpose in the hope of catching the virus.
Prager was forced to broadcast from his home rather than a studio because of the illness.
'It is infinitely preferable to have natural immunity than vaccine immunity and that is what I hoped for the entire time,' Prager explained, having begun the broadcast with a cough. 'Hence, I so engaged with strangers, constantly hugging them, taking photos with them, knowing that I was making myself very susceptible to getting COVID.
'Which is, indeed, as bizarre as it sounded, what I wanted, in the hope I would achieve natural immunity and be taken care of by therapeutics,' he added.
Prager has long ranted over his opposition to the vaccines and stated last November he had no intention of receiving the jab.
Yet despite not wanted to be inoculated against the virus, the talk show host proceeded to reel off a whole host of other medications that he happily consumes.
'I have received monoclonal antibodies, that's Regeneron. I have, of course, for a year and a half, been taking hydroxychloroquine from the beginning, with zinc. I've taken z-pack, azithromycin, as the Zelenko protocol would have it. I have taken ivermectin.
'I have done what a person should do if one is not going to get vaccinated,' he went on.
The Food & Drug Administration reports that neither hydroxychloroquine nor ivermectin is an effective treatment for COVID.
An unvaccinated person in Prager's age group is at higher risk of serious side-effects from a COVID infection, with the disease far more likely to kill the elderly, although most older sufferers to pull through unharmed.
Regeneron was famously used by Donald Trump when he caught COVID in October 2020, when it was in its experimental phrase.
Prager, a Trump supporter, followed in the former president's footsteps by taking the same hydroxy and zinc mix that Trump bragged of taking as a preventative at the start of the pandemic, even though he was later hospitalized with the virus.
Ivermectin is a deworming drug which FDA doctors say doesn't offer an effective COVID treatment. It has become popular among people who don't wish to receive a vaccine, with podcaster Joe Rogan among those also prescribed it.
Prager has said he thinks most Americans should have contracted Covid-19 because he believes natural immunity is preferable to the kind created by vaccines.
Yet, a blog written by the director of the National Institutes of Health, details the opposite as being true with vaccines conferring greater immunity.
Prager who was known to oppose marriage equality was lambasted last year when he called the coronavirus lockdowns the 'greatest mistake in the history of humanity' in a Twitter post.
During 2020, Prager was attempting to push the drug hydroxychloroquine as a way of treating the coronavirus before calling the lockdown 'the greatest mistake in the history of humanity.'
Prager was roasted in some circled on social media with many pointing out double standards in his actions.
'Doing an 'I meant to do that' with contracting COVID-19 is madness. I hope Dennis Prager recovers soon and learns something from this,' wrote lawyer Mark R. Yzaguirre.
'Congratulations... I guess? ' wrote Max Burns with a degree of cynicism.
'How does anyone take all these drugs and think they are sticking it to the pharmaceutical industry by not getting vaccinated? How does anyone think getting Covid AND taking all these drugs is healthier than getting vaccinated?' asked one Twitter user.
'He basically made a list of like thousands of dollars of medications he’s taking, every one of them with listed and known side effects. The vaccine is free. Poor people you wouldn’t be able to afford his drug list,' added another.
'So happy for Dennis Prager that he caught Covid-19, as he desired, so he could have "natural immunity". Two of my wife's fellow teachers were not as fortunate, they caught Covid-19 in the Spring of 2020 and passed away. Granted, they weren't trying to get it, unlike Dennis,' tweeted Mark Mucci.
There are tweets throughout the article but they are mostly nonsense.
Business groups are in on it and likely also received covid money in some form so gotta play with Joe.
water close to 12 bucks before tax. Pre packaged deli ham. anywhere from 4-8 depending upon store.
Is there a frozen meat section where you Grocery shop. How good would getting cheapest largest meat you can get that is boneless. Heat it all up via grill or whatever. Slicing those meat portions into 'deli-sized slices' and then putting the meat back into the fridge?
Playing both sides a bit so that can 'always' be on the winning side while pursuing whatever endeavors he does.
Recent rule change for youtube was for censorship of anything vaccine-related (beyond even the coof) as well as climate change and global warmng.
If you find out anything juicy, project veritas would do good with tips. The top thing they are mainly the vaccine companies now, but we are giving them PLENTY of materials once the vaccine fiasco starts going under.
National Library of Medicine defunding and fake scandals brought to light by MSM in 3, 2, ...
Like the slight bouncing ideas back and forth about disinfecting from inside that the MSM latched onto to and turned into a train wreck.
Text of article of NY poop.
"Former President Donald Trump says he would not mandate COVID-19 vaccines if he were still in office because he’d “sell it” to people to take voluntarily.
President Biden last month announced that most federal workers must get vaccinated or face losing their jobs and that companies with 100 or more employees must require shots or regular testing — drawing pushback from critics who accused him of overreach.
“I wouldn’t say to anybody, ‘You have to.’ But I would sell it. Look, I’m very proud of what we did with the vaccines,” Trump told political news host Bill O’Reilly in an interview that will air at 8 p.m. Monday on The First TV.
“It was supposed to take five years and they said it wasn’t going to work. I did three vaccines in less than nine months and they do work, they work really well.”
Trump added: “I would convince people, take it. I don’t want to push it … When I was president, there was no talk about mandates or anything. Everybody wanted the vaccine. Now a lot of people don’t want it.”
Trump’s administration spearheaded the development of coronavirus vaccines through Operation Warp Speed, which poured billions into vaccine development and purchases.
The first successful vaccine trial data was reported by Pfizer less than a week after Biden defeated Trump in a campaign focused on management of the virus."
About 79 percent of US adults and more than 77 percent of people 12 and older have had at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot, according to CDC data. But the more contagious Delta variant of the virus has resulted in lower vaccine efficacy and inhibited the goal of reaching herd immunity.
The virus has killed more than 724,000 Americans.
Although Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris last year said they were suspicious of vaccine development under Trump, they have since taken credit for it. Biden said this month, “I first started the vaccination program,” despite largely following Trump’s rollout plan, which started administering shots in December before Biden took office.
Biden last month justified his new vaccine mandates by arguing that vaccine refusers were recklessly endangering others. “Our patience is wearing thin, and your refusal has cost all of us,” Biden said.
He said last week the private-sector mandate will take effect “soon.” The Republican National Committee says it will sue to halt that regulation and Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed an executive order last week claiming to nullify the federal mandate for the state’s businesses.
States won by Trump against Biden lag behind the rest of the country in vaccination rates, according to CDC data. Initial surveys found young people, Republicans and racial minorities were less likely to get vaccinated, but racial gaps were eliminated over time."
Remember everyone. No vaccine at the time wouldn't meant MORE lockdowns at that particular time.
IIRC, he may have believed 'at the time' that the companies were acting in 'good faith' to get back to normal asap. And getting us out of lockdown-city all over the US. A lot of us are suspicious on first-time for ANYTHING, even Playstation 5s.
I have seen elsewhere stating that some employers are having to go by the totally-not-existent-yet mandate because they took Coof money from him.
Dad's doctor is VA and I don't know any doctors around where I live that are based.
It would be given to him with his consent and knowledge.
I would love to. I get my stubborn-ness from him.
Open up dem pipelines.