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  1. "Suggest", "points to" , "we will never know" and suppressed search results: you cannot articulate any criminal behavior , any breach of professional ethics any lie or cover up, but you want me search through the internet to do the work . What that suggests to me is that there is nothing there except theater. There is not even a standard definition for GOF presented. As far Dr. Fauci not long for this planet, you might be on to something there, when COVID-19 hit he curtailed his 7 mile run to 3.5 miles a day. It is not about hero worship, it is just refreshing to see and individual devote years of energy to the very noble work to tackling these infectious diseases. We are on a war footing with this diseases and all we get from some is fearmingering and obfuscating. The man was appointed by Regan to tackle AIDs and 40 years and multiple pandemics later is still coming to work, still striving to improve medicine and how science reaches everyday people's ears and hearts. People talk about lazy, corrupt and ineffective public servants: you don't have one in this man. If you have evidence bring it, anything short of that smacks of sloppy character assassination. And Senator Rand? The guy is a waste of space or worse a Doctor who took an oath to heal people but chooses to inflict the world with fear, uncertainty and doubt.
  2. Fox News Can’t Get Its Story Straight on COVID Vaccines https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2021/07/fox-news-story-covid-vaccines For months now, Fox News has struggled to get its story straight on the COVID-19 vaccine. Tucker Carlson has likened the shot to an authoritarian “social control” project, and Alex Berenson—Fox’s go-to skeptic for all things COVID related—falsely claimed that vaccinated people are getting “sick or dying, as has happened in Israel.” Earlier this month, Charlie Kirk, who founded pro-Trump youth group Turning Point USA, suggested on Carlson’s show that vaccine mandates are an “apartheid” policy designed to discriminate against unvaccinated Americans. At the same time, a number of other Fox News personalities—primarily its daytime news anchors and morning hosts—have vouched for the vaccine on air; the hosts of Fox & Friends even acknowledged they were vaccinated during their first day back in the studio together. Behind the scenes too, the network has taken the virus seriously, vacating its corporate offices during the height of the pandemic and asking employees to take precautions. Most recently, according to CNN, Fox News has quietly begun mandating an in-office vaccine passport of sorts by developing “a secure, voluntary way for employees to self-attest their vaccination status.” (Fox did not respond to CNN’s request for comment.) It’s possible that Fox’s mixed messaging, and in particular its role in fomenting vaccine hesitancy, has been prevalent enough for Joe Biden’s administration to take notice. Although it didn’t get into specifics, a separate CNN report on Tuesday noted that the White House and Fox News have held “regular, high-level conversations” about the network’s pandemic coverage. A source familiar with the talks told the outlet that “there has been no singular conversation that has played a role in Fox’s coverage of COVID-19,” but said the two entities are frequently in touch—a claim seemingly confirmed by White House press secretary Jen Psaki. “We understand…the importance of reaching Fox’s audience about the COVID-19 vaccines and their benefits, and like we are with all of you here today we, of course, are in regular contact,” she said during a press briefing. (In its own statement, Fox seemed to echo Psaki’s account, saying that while “there have been no high-level conversations between Fox News Media & the White House regarding our coverage,” their D.C. bureau personnel “are regularly in touch…on a variety of issues.”) The question of Fox’s culpability in the pandemic has been raised early and often; the network was sued by a watchdog group for telling viewers, in essence, that COVID was nothing to worry about. The suit was ultimately thrown out, but as the delta variant causes a spike in infections, at least one of the network’s heavy hitters may be reevaluating. On Monday night, Sean Hannity told his audience to “Please take COVID seriously, I can’t say it enough. Enough people have died. We don’t need any more deaths…. Research like crazy, talk to your doctor, your doctors, medical professionals...it absolutely makes sense for many Americans to get vaccinated. I believe in science. I believe in the science of vaccination.” His speech is a marked departure from March 2020, when Hannity claimed that the left was using COVID-19 to scare “the living hell out of people.”
  3. So what proof do you have the NIH funded research that could increase virus transmissibility? What proof do you have that Covid-19 was not from another species? And after all that how do you know that Fauci is lying? You dont.
  4. What is your definition of Gain of Function research, and why in the context of Covid-19 do we care?
  5. Senator Paul was humiliated when his BS was called out, his response by trying to throw shade on the doctor with a juvenile prank of criminal referral doesn't surprise me. The man has nothing.
  6. "I never want to do something like this again," said Marcus Brotherns, who spent two years serving coffee and doughnuts at a drive-through in Rhode Island. During the busiest hours, customers would storm inside to complain about the wrong amount of creamer or sugar. "They're just yelling the entire time," he said. Brotherns got a new job delivering beverages to restaurants, work that's tough but quieter and better-paying with more stable hours. "I am done with fast food." Tensions escalated over the pandemic, when many low-wage workers at stores and restaurants found themselves forced to be the enforcers of mask-wearing mandates, facing harassment and physical attacks. Now, as many eateries are short-handed and hurriedly train new staff, negative reviews and complaints are on the rise from impatient, oblivious diners. One restaurant in Massachusetts even closed for a "Day of Kindness" after angry customers drove servers to tears. Average pay finally topped $15 in May After they reopened, many food establishments suddenly faced a surge of visitors. Despite hiring like crazy, they found themselves operating with skeleton crews and had to reduce their hours. https://www.npr.org/2021/07/20/1016081936/low-pay-no-benefits-rude-customers-restaurant-workers-quit-at-record-rate
  7. Before I part with my family jewels, I need some data. Is this a peer reviewed study? What does a PhD in Anatomy actually do? Where is the University of Otago ? What is eLife magazine/publication? I have more questions before going under the knife, obviously.
  8. Norway’s beach handball players were each fined 150 euros for wearing shorts rather than the required bikini bottoms. A spokeswoman for the International Handball Federation said she didn’t know the reason for the rule. The International Handball Federation requires women to wear bikini bottoms “with a close fit and cut on an upward angle toward the top of the leg.” The sides of the bikini bottoms must be no more than four inches. Men, on the other hand, can wear shorts as long as four inches above their knees as long as they are “not too baggy.” A spokeswoman for the International Handball Federation, Jessica Rockstroh, said on Tuesday that she did not know the reason for the rules. “We’re looking into it internally,” she said. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/20/sports/norway-beach-handball-team.html
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