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  1. Re: What’s our goal? Truth/Admission or to get him to lie...

    You are saying that Flynn was guilty. The evidence says that he was railroaded. They had nothing on his son, but it was going to cost him everything he had to defend himself. There is an old...
  2. Re: What’s our goal? Truth/Admission or to get him to lie...

    Leaving the word showing was dumb. Doing a dumb thing now and then doesn't make you dumb. Careless choice of source for instance. One way or another, few liberal sources are giving this much...
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    Re: Novel Coronavirus

    Tom is from Northwestern Wisconsin. Half of the less than 100 cases in the area are along the bottom edge of the map below. I have been in NW WI lately and people in stores keep their distance. Maybe...
  4. Re: What’s our goal? Truth/Admission or to get him to lie...

    The quotes are from the FBI's notes. Who printed them is irrelevant.

    It doesn't matter which source I quote, your response would be the same. CNN and VOX tried to whitewash it, and you dismiss any...
  5. What’s our goal? Truth/Admission or to get him to lie...

    ”What’s our goal? Truth/Admission or to get him to lie, so we can prosecute him or get him fired”
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    Re: Novel Coronavirus

    Has anyone noticed that there might be some periodicity to the number of daily cases? Real or an artifact of the data collection and presentation process?
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    edit: No agenda. It looks like it...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    What do you mean, on the other hand? Until now there was no other hand. As I said before, Remdesivir has not been available, and at this point only enough for trial studies. It is very good that the...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    You may interpret the data that way. The the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) in Tucson, AZ, interpreted the results this way:
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Hydroxychloroquine Has about 90 Percent Chance of Helping COVID-19 Patients, States Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)

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    Re: Dissolving Chrome?

    Any chemical process will generate hazardous waste that should be collected and disposed of expensively. You really should take it to a plating shop that will take small jobs. The glass bead...
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    Re: Which bronze alloy?

    Sometimes the answer comes down to whatever you can get within a reasonable time without breaking the bank. "Farmer’s Copper Ltd maintains an extensive inventory of bronze plate and sheet. Our...
  12. Re: Sarcasm? Doesn't it require some semblance of a sense of humor?

    https://www.teaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Aytu-Bioscience-UV-Light-Coronavirus-YouTube-Video-Taken-Down-Kristinn-04252020-600x450-1.jpg
    "Twitter and YouTube have censored AYTU BioScience,...
  13. Re: Judge halts sale of industrial bleach as covid-19 cure from south florida church

    It was a hoax-cure, and the judge was right to shut them down. Why is this noteworthy? Just one more opportunity for liberal hacks to ridicule people who disagree with them.

    The point of this...
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    Re: “Wild” blackberries

    Not all blackberries are Himalayan blackberries, but the Himalayans are fairly common and very nasty.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackberry
    https://www.almanac.com/plant/blackberries ...
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    Re: Identifying White or Red Oak

    The problem is that you have to drink the scotch before the oak gets it. Once you dring da boddle 'f shcothc the difference is wossname, not so, can't see the uh. Looks same, now.
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  16. Re: Sarcasm? Doesn't it require some semblance of a sense of humor?

    I know that you expect me to defend Trump. So, uhm, he uh didn't, I mean, Oh screw it. Sunlight. UVA and UVB. So if you can shove some LEDs down your throat and manage not to sunburn your trachea......
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    Re: Quality marine plywood in Europe/EU

    Depends on the species of wood. Okoume is lightweight and not very durable sapele is heavier and more durable. The manufacturer can't change that.
  18. Re: First time scarfing...how rough mating surface?

    A contrarian opinion here. A sharp plane is better than a bruised surface. Sharp, medium grit sandpaper is better than too coarse or fine grit.

    And as Gib said, clean up any sanding dust. The...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Nick used the same study that I cited to begin with to dispute what I said later. He quoted the Guardian which describes itself as, an explicitly left-leaning paper and everybody knows it. There are...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    The study in question is illustrative of several ways to fail. You want chloroquine to fail because you would rather see people die than give Trump credit. The guy knows medicine as well as the next...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Too lazy to look or afraid that you will find out how wrong you are?
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Nice try Nick, it is just a screen shot and that was the first politician's name that I thought of.

    I'm not much interested in joe. I did search Joe biden hairy legs once, so a few cookies were...
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    Re: Novel Coronavirus

    That may not be the case. I am only talking about immunity, not the fact that it might be around for a long time. Some of the immunologists have said that Corona virus does not mutate as rapidly as...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Dr. Robert Epstein has been studying the manipulation. I had noticed it shortly before a news program talked about it. Just after the news report I tried to repeat the search and got entirely...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Re: Coronavius: WHO's to blame?
    OMG!!!! I forgot a comma.

    I gave you all of the information that you need.
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Do your homework and you tell me. Critique the study.
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.04.16.20065920v1
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    The MSM totally agrees. What could possibly be wrong with this press reviewed study? ...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    OK Science experts Fox ran a story about hydroxychloroquine
    https://www.foxnews.com/science/covid-19-hydroxychloroquine-showed-no-benefit-more-deaths-va-virus-study
    "COVID-19 treatment...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Since we are all so fond of dismissing biased sources, I have to say that Google has been shown to be deliberately skewing search results in favor of the democrats. It has been studied, recorded and...
  30. Re: Trump approves USN ships can sink Iranian military

    Shooting down makes imperfect sense. Most naval guns are not designed to shoot downwards. Not much use at normal naval gazing, oops battle, ranges. So the gunboats have to be in range, which at 9 m...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Do you want fries with that?
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

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    Now Nick, you have a bachelor's degree. in engineering was it? Let me lay this out for you. I only have a masters in oceanography, but I'll try to explain it.

    S.V. Airlie asked about...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Really Jamie, what did he know and how did he know it? This has been repeated often with no substantiation. Explain the evidence that you have that supports such an outlandish assumption. How in...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    No, they are on record for lying about human to human transmission of covid19 for weeks after the Chinese knew about it.

    How many people died from Trump's asinine remark? Tedros also called...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Quarantine, travel restrictions, containment, isolation, semantics. SARS was quickly and effectively isolated. The horse was out of the barn before the WHO and China admitted that Covid19 was...
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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Worked like a charm for SARS. That time, the Chinese weren't lying about the seriousness of the situation and didn't have a puppet in charge of the WHO. They didn't buy up PPE while covering up the...
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    Re: 20,000 Feet Under the Sea

    I worked for the company that developed the manganese nodule dredge. The customer kept changing the requirements, causing no end of delays. The problem was that they were doing too well and kept...
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    Re: Disproportionate COVID Effect by Race

    David, you are a bigot. Not all bigotry is black and white. You are no different from the people you denigrate this way. Is your cartoon really so different from these?

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    Re: Coronavius: Who's to blame?

    Yes lots of US citizens were allowed return home. They were quarantined.
    China banned travel from Wuhan within China while allowing travel from Wuhan to the rest of the world.


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    Re: 20,000 Feet Under the Sea

    You might find Blind Man's Bluff interesting.
  41. Re: I'm struggling accepting so many republicans don't believe in science.

    Would you care to remind us what the price tag was on the green new deal?
  42. Re: I'm struggling accepting so many republicans don't believe in science.

    You didn't read what I said about climate change. I said that I believe that there is an anthropogenic effect on carbon dioxide and temperature increases. I just question the models that have so...
  43. Re: Democrats are worried about losing the black vote .

    The OP article is a critique of this:

    https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2020/04/18/us/politics/ap-us-election-2020-trump-coalition.html

    It has plenty of democrat smears against President Trump...
  44. Re: I'm struggling accepting so many republicans don't believe in science.

    It was in the quote from your post that you apparently didn't read.
  45. Re: I'm struggling accepting so many republicans don't believe in science.

    Confirmation bias. You are so convinced that your party's platform is correct that you can't entertain the possibility that anyone who disagrees with your extrapolations of future trends is not...
  46. Re: I'm struggling accepting so many republicans don't believe in science.

    It's good to engage now and then just to understand and be reminded of what Democrats actually believe. Without repeated reminders, I'd have a hard time believing such people could exist.
  47. Re: Democrats are worried about losing the black vote .

    Typical bilge rat thinking. When the libs have nothing they...
    Post a childish cartoon.

    Sneer at the OP.

    Proudly display their ignorance and refuse to even read the argument against them....
  48. Re: I'm struggling accepting so many republicans don't believe in science.

    Tom,

    Pot calling the kettle black. Your credibility here depends on a like minded echo chamber.

    Who is Tara Reade? What has the MSM fhad to say? How does her story differ from Christine Blasey...
  49. Re: I'm struggling accepting so many republicans don't believe in science.

    Tom,

    Really, you had to go back 8 years to find an example? You can do better than that. It is possible that you are flat out lying here? Did you even see the clip that you are complaining about?...
  50. Re: I'm struggling accepting so many republicans don't believe in science.

    Most of the politicians in office, are educated people. But very few of them know how a toaster works, let alone where their spleen is. They are politicians, not scientists.

    Before we go on with...
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