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  1. Boomer speak: "I am taking a defensive position for just in case I live long enough to survive what our policies will do to every generation that came after us." COVID-19 wasn't engineered well enough.
  2. You lucky bastards. All Uncle Sam sends me are tax bills, not stimulus checks.
  3. More than 90 million people have received at least one dose in the US, so some immunity there. Add to that the 31 million cases to date, and the likelihood that for each officially counted case there are two others that never were detected, and we are talking over 180 million people with at least some immunity right now. That's over half the US population. Herd immunity is expected to hit at somewhere between 60 and 80 percent of the population, so we should be getting there very soon at the current rate of over 2 million shots per day and roughly 60,000 official cases per day. Once that occur
  4. Other than the initial 2 week lockdown last year, my home state of Florida has had no statewide lockdowns, mask requirements, etc. The children went back to school like normal at the end of last summer, with the provision they wear masks. Our COVID-19 numbers hover around the national average, and are better than many states that took drastic restrictions to slow down the spread. Florida, by the way, is booming. Our unemployment level is below 5% and we have been flooded by COVID refugees fleeing other states.
  5. This is biochemist Kary B. Mullis talking about Anthony Fauci. This is many years ago. Mullis won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in recognition of his invention of the polymerase chain reaction technique (PCR), which is today being used in many COVID-19 tests. He had Fauci's number.
  6. Thanks for starting this tread Tommy T. I too am starting construction on a Filipino house. We just engaged an architect to start drawing up plans. I've owned a small piece on a beach for about 3 years. The value of the land has doubled in that time. Beautiful view of the pacific. I want to build on it now (at the moment it's just vehicle parking for pamily, a nipa party hut I had built a couple of years ago with electricity for lights and karaoke of course, and my brother in law's fighting cocks). I plan to mine your thread for information, and hopefully I won't make too many expensive mistak
  7. It's the other way around for me. Got my first child registered at the DC embassy so she could have her Ph citizenship, now have to do the same with the two month old.
  8. The "dishes" cost $1500 to make, which actually is extremely cheap for phased array electronically scanned antennas. But StarLink is still having to subsidize $1000 out of that in order to get the equipment price down for the customer.
  9. Once it becomes available, I will become a customer in the RoP once I go back. Local providers could become licensed resellers and get a piece of the revenues. It could also be used as backhaul for standard cellular services in more remote areas, no fiber or copper needed to connect the sites. I don't see it happening this year, although I could be wrong. They are still beta testing in North America. UK's OneWeb is also back in business after bankruptcy (and with dozens of satellites already in orbit), and Canada's Telesat has plans to loft its own constellation (there is already a tes
  10. I looked on there....not sure if they are fake/bad products though.
  11. That's maximum federal level allowed. Actual products contain far less, as they are tested and there are always variances in harvested product. Anyway, 0.3% is a subclinical level. It produces no observable effects.
  12. If COVID-19 had happened in 1919, it would probably have killed more people than the Spanish Flu. Thankfully, the state of medical sciences has greatly improved over the past 102 years.
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