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    whocares reacted to lid in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
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    whocares reacted to sarahbell in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
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    whocares reacted to Lightly Toasted in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
    A man had been visiting his mother-in-law, who was gravely ill in hospital.
    "How's my mum?" his wife asked when he got home. "Yesterday she barely knew I was there..."
    "Oh, she's much better today. She's going to make a full recovery, after which she'll come to live with us and live to a ripe old age."
    "But the doctor told me she only had a few days."
    "Well, I got a second opinion," the man said. "Apparently we need to prepare for the worst."
     
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    whocares reacted to Frank Hovis in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
    As well as being serialised in The Strand magazine Charles Dickens' works were also franchised to certain local newspapers for each book.
    In the case of a Tale of Two Cities it was in the Bicester Times and it was in the Worcester Times.
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    whocares reacted to Option5 in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
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    whocares reacted to The Masked Tulip in Trump's progress   
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    whocares reacted to Bedrag Justesen in Trump's progress   
    Credit where it's due.
    C4 News covered this in depth tonight.
    All 32 seconds.
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    whocares reacted to The Masked Tulip in Trump's progress   
    John Cleese with his wife, Sybil.

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    whocares reacted to wherebee in The Presidential Election, Trump-Biden   
    Fuckit. 
     
    I'm calling her Koala.
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    whocares reacted to Bedrag Justesen in The Presidential Election, Trump-Biden   
    BREAKING...
    BBC News Geeta Guru Murthy joins Komola Harris pronouncing  cohort.
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    whocares reacted to ccc in The Presidential Election, Trump-Biden   
    They are fucking hilarious. I've ordered a few of their t shirts. 
    The LGBT one is immense 
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    whocares reacted to wherebee in The Presidential Election, Trump-Biden   
    https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/sciencecommunication/2017/09/17/koalas-not-the-smartest-tool-in-the-shed/
    https://www.livescience.com/62517-how-koalas-get-chlamydia.html
     
    I think Koala is pretty well tailored for her
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    whocares reacted to wherebee in The Brighton, UK, is fucked thread   
    fucking awesome, lifted from another thread.
     
    It's about time the open border traitors in Brighton had to bear the outcomes of their insanity
     
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    whocares reacted to sarahbell in Are China shiting themselves ,because of a possible food shortage   
    Pakistan has huge wheat harvest failure according to dr john. not good.
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    whocares reacted to Long time lurking in Are China shiting themselves ,because of a possible food shortage   
    Set to start at the right time
     
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    whocares reacted to Hopeful in Hydroxychloroquine   
    Yale tried to calm the waters
    https://medicine.yale.edu/news-article/26290/
     
    Interestingly, the rebuttal letter does not cite studies of zinc + HCQ + antibiotics
    Many seem to think the trials including zinc are more promising than trials with just HCQ - I haven't been following this debate closely
    HCQ has several theoretical roles, it can alter the ACE2 protein so it cannot be recognised by the virus, it affects endosome pH and it is an ionophore.
    It is the effect of chloroquine on the SARS virus in cell culture that sparked all the interest for HCQ in SarsCov2
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1232869/
    Interestingly, I'm fairly sure that the medium used for cell culture in the above study, Opti-Mem, includes zinc as a trace element.
    The rest could be speculative bollocks.
    If studies of just HCQ on SarsCov2 show no effect, then perhaps all the putative roles of HCQ other than it's ionophore capacity can be discounted, leaving just the ionophore role??
    In which case, zinc might be the important 'drug' and any old ionophore might do.
    Here is an article detailing the Potential Impact of Zinc Supplementation on COVID-19 Pathogenesis
    Quercetin has the same ionophore activity as chloroquine class drugs
    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jf5014633
     
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    whocares reacted to Alonso Quijano in Hydroxychloroquine   
    Politico video from Bitchute, talking up HQC not allowed on YouTube!
    Yale Epidemiology Professor has come out in favour... of course, Trump can't be allowed to have any credit nor Big Pharma denied huge profits from a vaccine. The whole thing stinks.
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/4Yc7SpE962mY/
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    whocares reacted to SNACR in Hydroxychloroquine   
    In other news fish told to stay in water.
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    whocares reacted to SNACR in Hydroxychloroquine   
    I do suspect a very large number of winter virus illnesses could be renamed vitamin D deficiency.
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    whocares reacted to Hopeful in Hydroxychloroquine   
    Clearly not every cunt
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    whocares reacted to The XYY Man in Hydroxychloroquine   
    Don't worry about it.
    Every cunt's been ignoring you since your recent flounce...
     
    XYY
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    whocares reacted to Hopeful in Hydroxychloroquine   
    At the moment, I think we are trying to contain the infection rate prior to winter. While letting everyone out to enjoy themselves, young, old and fat
    Come winter, I'd hope for a much more nuanced approach where just the vunerable are locked up. Of course that has its own issues, because they will feel entitled to be out.
    This is also of course why we have the obesity campaign as slimming the nation may have a real effect on infection outcomes.
    There has been much said about the current spike in cases is simply due to more testing
    My hunch is that if testing has plateaued at a maximum number of tests per day then we are seeing real increases in the number that test positive as a proportion of the total tested, which is what I'd expect regarding the relaxation of lockdown; numbers will be rising to a seasonal average for this stage of the pandemic. Of course, numbers will be nowhere close to the numbers we will see in winter, hence trying to contain the amount of infection circulating that will seed the winter.
    I've been dragged into this again. I wasn't going to type this stuff anymore!