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[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 08:17:51 EST from Nurb432

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Well, i drink my home made stuff like most people breathe, and i got it ...  ( way too much actually, working on cutting back ) Tho no leaves in mine. Just a dash of kola mainly for the caffeine 

Sat Jan 23 2021 20:07:21 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Around here we call our carbonated soft drinks "soda" -- but even that is ambiguous, because there are places where if you ask for a soda, they assume you mean seltzer.  Soda water.

Coca-Cola got its name from its two key ingredients: Coca leaves and Kola nuts.  Most people know that it was originally considered a medicinal drink.  I wonder if it cures the china virus?



 



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 09:31:00 EST from nonservator

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I'd love to be able to chew some coca leaves now and then.



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 11:48:00 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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There is none of one and probably very little if any of the other in the modern recipe. 

Yeah, I think in my necks of the woods if you want a seltzer you'll ask for a "soda water". 

If you ask for a "soda and vodka," most bartenders are going to assume seltzer. 

But otherwise, asking for a "soda" is going to get you the answer, "what kind?" 

 

Sat Jan 23 2021 20:07:21 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Around here we call our carbonated soft drinks "soda" -- but even that is ambiguous, because there are places where if you ask for a soda, they assume you mean seltzer.  Soda water.

Coca-Cola got its name from its two key ingredients: Coca leaves and Kola nuts.  Most people know that it was originally considered a medicinal drink.  I wonder if it cures the china virus?



 



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 13:50:38 EST from Nurb432

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I have heard more than once that there is a single supplier in the US that is legally allowed to take the leaves and remove all the bad stuff.  And that coca-cola still uses the 'cleaned' leaf extract. Hard to say if its true or not in this day of synthetic everything, with the 'secret recipe ' and all.

 

Sun Jan 24 2021 11:48:00 EST from ParanoidDelusions

There is none of one and probably very little if any of the other in the modern recipe. 

Yeah, I think in my necks of the woods if you want a seltzer you'll ask for a "soda water". 

If you ask for a "soda and vodka," most bartenders are going to assume seltzer. 

But otherwise, asking for a "soda" is going to get you the answer, "what kind?" 

 

Sat Jan 23 2021 20:07:21 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Around here we call our carbonated soft drinks "soda" -- but even that is ambiguous, because there are places where if you ask for a soda, they assume you mean seltzer.  Soda water.

Coca-Cola got its name from its two key ingredients: Coca leaves and Kola nuts.  Most people know that it was originally considered a medicinal drink.  I wonder if it cures the china virus?



 



 



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 17:18:45 EST from zooer

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"They" are predicting a COVID-19 month in March.



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 17:43:57 EST from Nurb432

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They are going to milk this for as long as they can to keep us down.

 

Sun Jan 24 2021 17:18:45 EST from zooer

"They" are predicting a COVID-19 month in March.



 



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 18:59:35 EST from zooer

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Sun Jan 24 2021 05:18:45 PM EST from zooer

"They" are predicting a COVID-19 month in March.



They are predicting a BAD month for COVID-19 in March.



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 21:29:33 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Yeah... my Birthday! 

 

Sun Jan 24 2021 18:59:35 EST from zooer

 

Sun Jan 24 2021 05:18:45 PM EST from zooer

"They" are predicting a COVID-19 month in March.



They are predicting a BAD month for COVID-19 in March.



 



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 21:49:24 EST from zooer

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Sun Jan 24 2021 09:29:33 PM EST from ParanoidDelusions

Yeah... my Birthday! 

 

Sun Jan 24 2021 18:59:35 EST from zooer

 

Sun Jan 24 2021 05:18:45 PM EST from zooer

"They" are predicting a COVID-19 month in March.



They are predicting a BAD month for COVID-19 in March.



 



ummmm UNCENSORED's anniversary. 



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 23:40:15 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Not at all shocked that Citadel is a Pieces. 

Sun Jan 24 2021 21:49:24 EST from zooer


ummmm UNCENSORED's anniversary. 



 



[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 15:24:59 EST from Nurb432

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Cool.

40 or so, right?

Sun Jan 24 2021 21:49:24 EST from zooer

 

ummmm UNCENSORED's anniversary. 


 



[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 15:12:17 EST from LoanShark

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my dad should have had his first vaccine shot a couple days ago. last I heard, he had an appointment set up.

I would gladly take the pfizer or moderna products, based on the information that's currently out there and so long as the situation does not change for the worse. I find the J&J results, just announced to be a bit of cause for concern. Anything that is not the most effective seems, to me, to carry and elevated risk of antibody-dependent enhancement, and the South Africa results for J&J's product seem to confirm the potential for partial immune evasion with mutated variants, which increases the risk of ADE.

Related - Merck's vaccine project was a failure. They abandoned it. But Merck has a couple of other investigational drugs, one of which sounds promising and the other one is just an unknown at this point.

Unrelated - my girlfriend had her second vaccine shot, and some minor local reaction and itchiness, and maybe a bit of mild fatigue ensued. But all is well on our home front.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 15:18:16 EST from LoanShark

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Wish I knew more about this stuff. Feel like I'm stubling in the dark.

I saw a tweet from a guy who seemed to know what he was talking about, which said basically that it is now very important to use DNA sequencing to study which variants are causing cases in people who were vaccinated.

It's important to know whether vaccinated people are *more* susceptible to *variant* strains which may be currently in the minority of what is circulating.

[#] Sun Jan 31 2021 10:22:11 EST from Nurb432

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A lot of things *should* be happening, but it was a political stunt, and rushed thru without proper testing and monitoring.

Forgetting the FDA getting in the way and making it worse, there really are legit science reasons new drugs dont pop out overnight. 

 

Fri Jan 29 2021 15:18:16 EST from LoanShark

Wish I knew more about this stuff. Feel like I'm stubling in the dark.

I saw a tweet from a guy who seemed to know what he was talking about, which said basically that it is now very important to use DNA sequencing to study which variants are causing cases in people who were vaccinated.

It's important to know whether vaccinated people are *more* susceptible to *variant* strains which may be currently in the minority of what is circulating.

 



[#] Mon Feb 01 2021 08:59:02 EST from LoanShark

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2021-01-31 10:22 from Nurb432
A lot of things *should* be happening, but it was a political stunt,
and rushed thru without proper testing and monitoring.

*rolls eyes*

[#] Mon Feb 01 2021 09:08:48 EST from LoanShark

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https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24329673/

[#] Tue Feb 02 2021 15:48:42 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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"They" are predicting a COVID-19 month in March.

Punxsutawney Phil saw Dr. Fauci's shadow and predicted six more years of pandemic.

[#] Tue Feb 02 2021 15:51:32 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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40 or so, right?

Uncensored will be 33 years old on March 10.

[#] Tue Feb 02 2021 15:52:53 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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It's important to know whether vaccinated people are *more*
susceptible to *variant* strains which may be currently in the minority

of what is circulating.

I think I'm missing something here, because that seems obvious. Pathogen mutates into a treatment-resistant form, doesn't that happen all the time?

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