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  1. Sorry but I don't. I went to Utah a very long time ago and it was a vacation sightseeing trip. We did camp out near Bryce Canyon in the summertime and if I remember correctly it got pretty chilly there during the night but that may not be the norm. You might try some satellite images and see how the campgrounds are laid out. Sounds like a good time.
  2. I've been to Utah and it is very scenic. If you can take some time to sightsee. I'd like to go back if I ever get a chance.
  3. Glad to hear you're doing better. I guess it's just going to take time. My son and his family had it last summer. It hit my daughter-in-law the hardest. She and my granddaughter tested positive but even though my son didn't get tested he knew he had it. He still hasn't regained all of his taste and smell back. I'm sure the other two kids had it even though they didn't test. They also didn't show any symptoms.
  4. Has the government bungled this or are they actually getting the results that they want. I'd say it's some of both depending on who it is. The governor of Maryland has announced the National Guard will distribute remdesivir to nursing home residents. I would think that a Governor of a state would be smart enough to know what remdesivir does to people but maybe he doesn't. Does your clinic use remdesivir? I've read that it's only used on people that are hospitalized but I can't verify that. Everything that I've read says that early treatment is a must. I know people who have gone to the hospital and they don't do anything for them. They tell them to come back if they can't breathe. One lady that I know was sixty-six years old and that's what they told her. I'm sure by that time it's too late for many and some simple, cheap treatments may have made a difference. The people that I mentioned in my other post also included the monoclonal treatments as being good but it slipped my mind. I've been reading that they put you on a points system to determine if you're eligible to get that treatment or not. I may have had covid back in the summer but then again I might not have. I got very sick and ran a temp of at least 102.8. I haven't had a significant fever since I had pneumonia almost twenty years ago. Anyway, I got very sick and had a sore throat unlike anything that I've had since I was a kid. Aches, headache among other symptoms. I didn't get tested (never have been) and I didn't have any ivermectin at the time. It sounds like you're on the mend but not completely over it. I hope you're able to do the calculating Wednesday.
  5. The old definition of a vaccination is that when taken it keeps most people from getting a certain disease. The covid vaccination is proven to be ineffective because so many people have taken it and still come down with covid. There are statistics in some countries of over 90% of the people getting covid are fully vaccinated. There are countries that are well over 90% fully vaccinated and many people are still getting covid. The efficacy of it just keeps going down as time goes on. Will they keep recommending boosters every few months? The vaccine has been proven to kill and injure many people. We still don't know how many more will die or be injured by the long term effects of it. Steve Kirsch has offered a million dollars to anybody that can disprove the math of Mathew Crawford, who's figures say that 150,000 people have died from the vaccination in the US. He is also offering two million if anybody can prove the NIH made the right choice on fluvoxamine and ivermectin. The link is at the bottom of this page. No, ivermectin doesn't work 100% of the time but when the covid is treated early the results are very good. I don't know of any medication that's 100% but there may be some. There have been many legitimate studies worldwide that say ivermectin does work and works very well. I'll post some links if you want me to. Dr. Robert Malone who is credited with the invention of the mRNA technology highly recommends ivermectin used along with other medications. Dr. Malone says that the vaccinations should be used only on elderly people and people with comorbidities. Dr. Peter McCullough who has held many high positions in the medical field also recommends the same or almost the same. There are also many well respected doctors throughout the world who recommend the same or similar treatments. I know if I come down with covid I'll use ivermectin and other drugs that are recommended by many reputable doctors. It is each person's choice to take the vaccination, ivermectin or nothing at all. The individual who makes the choice will have to live or die with their own decision. I'm like bcsman and I'll choose the ivermectin because I believe there's close a 100% chance that it will cure me if I take it early enough. When using ivermectin I think the chance of overdosing or dying from long term effects is next to 0%. Who wants to be a millionaire? - Steve Kirsch's newsletter (substack.com)
  6. The fake vaccine doesn't work and they still force it on people who just want to take care of their family. They force it on people who give us medical treatment and that will lead to less people going into the field. It will lead to more people quitting the field or getting fired. It will lead to less people getting proper healthcare and that will lead to poorer health and death for some. The thing that amazes me is the people who get the fake vaccination, still come down with the virus but still swear by the fake vaccination. Ivermectin has been proven to work time and time again yet it's being demonized.
  7. Speaking of science fiction, I just got through watching the 2nd Outer Limits series awhile back. It's the one that started in 1995 and ran for something like seven years. It's amazing how many things they had on there that is happening today or partially happening. WARNING: If you watch any of the 1995 Outer Limits series there is nudity in some of the episodes.
  8. Preventive and Treatment to COVID-19 – Dilute Povidone Iodine or Betadine ( a 1% solution) gargling and as a nasal spray on a regular basis twice a day for prevention and then if you have been exposed or are in early stages use at least 4 or potentially 6 times a day. You can also use dilute hydrogen peroxide or dilute sodium hypo chloride or even Scope of Listerine – obviously do not swallow and spit out. Clip taken from Aiison Morrow’s Interview posted Oct 11, 2021 - Doctors disciplined for dissent || Dr. Peter McCullough Dr. Peter McCullough - Oral/Nasal Hygiene for SARS-CoV-2 (brandnewtube.com)
  9. They claim that it's only to go after the wealthy tax cheats. If you believe that I've got some ocean front property here in Ky. that I'll sell you. I guarantee that digital currency only isn't very far down the road. Treasury Confirms: Biden Plans to Hire 87,000 New IRS Agents, Enough to Fill Nats Park Twice | Americans for Tax Reform (atr.org)
  10. I read an opinion piece that says the faux vaccine severely compromises the immune system and people who have been vaccinated will have to continue them in order to stay alive. It very well may be true.
  11. RubiDan


    Was that $45 for a face cord (a rick)? Most people I know call a cord a 4' X 4' X 8'. Usually three rows about 16" wide, four feet high and eight foot long.
  12. Merry Christmas to all. Here's to hoping next year is a lot better than the last two years.
  13. The law doesn't mean much anymore depending on who you are.
  14. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. We have a lot to be thankful for.
  15. I put Sta-Flo starch in the little Kawasaki a few months ago and it's still holding great. If it ever starts leaking again I might try some of the water based Slime that Fish was referring to. I didn't even know they made it that way. slow leaking tires - what do you use? - General Chat - ATV Honda
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