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Posted in: Islamic State strikes from shadows in vulnerable Syria, Iraq See in context

The actual problem is the "I" in "IS".

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 15,895 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 78,128 See in context

And before much longer, the peak will have passed.

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Posted in: Offshore wind farms could help capture carbon from air and store it long-term, saving money See in context

Massive money pit that would do more to harm the environment.

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Posted in: Joni Mitchell says she is boycotting Spotify over COVID 'lies' See in context

Another geriatric having a temper tantrum. Ho-hum.

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Posted in: Spotify says it will grant Young's request to remove music See in context

I hope Neil Young will remember,.... ____men don't need him around anyhow. Skynyrd was right!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 16,538 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 78,931 See in context

And still no info of the age groups of the "serious" condition patients. Most likely all very elderly and/or with multiple OTHER comorbidities.

Otherwise counting people with the sniffles.

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Posted in: Arizona Democrats censure Sinema over voting rights bill See in context

Both she and Manchin should sober up to the reality that the democrat party has lost their collective mind, gone full-on socialist/commie, and the best thing to do is join the Republican party to save the country from the radical leftist agenda.

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Posted in: Biden, Kishida discuss China, Japan's military capability See in context

Biden is so clueless...

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 11,227 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 54,576 See in context

Notice that the sharp rise in positive test results is met with a nearly flat "severe" case number. Make what you will of that.

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Posted in: Voting bill collapses; Democrats unable to change filibuster See in context

"... deployed by opponents of civil rights legislation = Democrats".

Recall that it was the SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS who vociferously opposed: the Emancipation of slaves, and the Civil Rights Act. The Jim Crow Democrats.

Because Pepperidge Farms remembers!

A reminder from US History: When the bill (Civil Rights Act) came before the full Senate for debate on March 30, 1964, the "Southern Bloc" of 18 southern Democratic Senators and lone Republican John Tower of Texas, led by Richard Russell, launched a filibuster to prevent its passage. Russell proclaimed, "We will resist to the bitter end any measure or any movement which would tend to bring about social equality and intermingling and amalgamation of the races in our [Southern] states."

That filibuster was run by DEMOCRATS, and LBJ, with his deep-seated racist roots, supported its passage only for political points.

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Posted in: China's Xi rejects 'Cold War mentality,' pushes cooperation See in context

Oh, please... That's quite laughable.

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Posted in: Tsunami caused by Tonga volcano eruption stumps Japan weather experts See in context

Shortly before the visible blast, there was likely a collapse of the "dome" causing a large volume of seabed and seawater to be sucked into the crater and then also violently expelled as a combination of steam explosion and volcanic material ejection. This caused a ripple effect, possibly directional vs vertical, and led to impacts of varying magnitudes as waves combined with other waves.

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Posted in: Classic rock albums turning 50 See in context

Wow! I'll have to give a pass on all of those!

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Posted in: Undersea volcano erupts near Tonga See in context

Here's some climate change for you.

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Posted in: Fact-checkers urge YouTube to fight disinformation See in context

Hmmm. Then CNN, NBC, NYT, WAPO, et al would all be banned as well as Elizabeth Warren, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and countless other democrats.

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Posted in: Tokyo's COVID alert at 2nd-highest level as capital reports 3,124 new cases See in context

If you feel like you have a cold, it's quite likely to be oh-my-crone, but you'll not likely be able to get a test unless you have "serious" symptoms according to whatever conditions set by the govt. The true number of infected people is possibly some factor higher(10X?20X?...)but with most of those either asymptomatic or having such mild symptoms that few get a test.

There is/will be a sharp rise in the numbers of positive test results, then a rapid drop in cases as well, just as has already begun in other countries.

The case numbers and severely sick numbers being disconnected.

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Posted in: Quebec seeks to tax the unvaxxed as Omicron hits See in context

The science says that the larger proportion of those becoming infected, being hospitalized, and in serious condition are : double-vaxxed, and have on average 4 co-morbidities.

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Posted in: Baldwin says he is complying with 'Rust' shooting investigation See in context

Except for the plain fact that he has NOT provided the phone as required by the warrant. He's stonewalling.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka withdraws from Melbourne tournament semifinal See in context

I thought she had retired?

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Posted in: Supreme Court skeptical of Biden's workplace vaccine rule See in context

Sotomayor spouted numerous flagrantly false "statistics", exposing her own utter ignorance.

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Posted in: World passes 300 million COVID cases as Omicron breaks records See in context

How are things going in South Africa, where omicron was first detected?


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Posted in: Japanese parents weigh pros, cons of having their children vaccinated See in context


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Posted in: Djokovic's detention becomes political issue in Australia See in context

"... in a city where 92% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated." and yet "Melbourne reported 21,728 new COVID-19 cases on Friday"

So, the jabs not performing as advertised?

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Posted in: Okinawa reports 1,414 new coronavirus cases; 922 in Tokyo See in context

If you have actual symptoms, then yes get yourself tested. The tests SHOULD be limited to those exhibiting symptoms. Otherwise, the hypochondriacs occupy capacity of actually ill people. It's like going to a cemetery to find out if you're dead.

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Posted in: Australia's COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surge See in context

It seems that folks may have to be quintuple vaxxed to possibly be "protected". That, or develop natural immunity from an infection .

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 641 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,475 See in context

People with sniffles. The mild symptoms resemble common cold symptoms, now that it's cold & flu season. Hoodathunkit.

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Posted in: Kishida calls for aggressive wage hikes in push for wealth redistribution See in context

Kishida is clueless about how businesses work and have to remain solvent, not just for the moment, but for their survival in the future which government dopes create more obstacles. It's not like businesses can just print out money willy-nilly like the government.

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Posted in: ‘Jeopardy!’ champion Amy Schneider robbed in Oakland See in context


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Posted in: TV host Seth Meyers contracts COVID-19 See in context

Awww. Poor fella....

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