“Take This Job and Shove It” was a Johnny Paycheck song a long time ago, and more and more people are saying it as the common man works harder for less.
Wouldn’t it be ironic if everything we did in the name of Covid-19 made the next flu season that much worse? More food for thought from Ivor Cummins, who has been looking at the data during this whole viral situation.
The Centers for Disease Control basically confused the Infection Fatality Rate and the Case Fatality Rate, which are very different, and in this case, off by an order of magnitude. They did this when comparing Influenza to Covid-19. The end result: Covid-19 seemed way more dangerous at the outset than it's turning out to be.
From the article: “If past is prologue … they'll be muzzled. They'll be suppressed,” Harris said of health experts and scientists.
Funny, because health experts and scientists suggesting other solutions to Covid-19 that have a track record of working and don't involve a vaccine rushed to market are being actively muzzled and suppressed. 🙄
The test itself is about $8 in materials. And the scary thing: the insurance paid it without pushback. And I wonder why my insurance premiums go up 10-15% a year…
These guys are complaining that the recommendation to cut the number of alcoholic beverages to one drink a day is based on flimsy evidence. It’s just like the evidence for just about everything else in the US Dietary Guidelines, which is mostly a bunch of cherry picked epidemiology that supports their guidelines and ignores things like low carb, which has studies that show…it works.
Have I mentioned I'm glad I'm no longer taking Metformin…or any other prescription drug?
Broadband Monopoly Report: At Least 49.7 Million Americans Served by Only One Provider - Telecompetitor(www.telecompetitor.com)
And really, another 33 million only have slow DSL as their “competitive” choice. Which means: this headline understates the problem.
Why Are There Currently No Ads On Techdirt? Apparently Google Thinks We're Dangerous And in typical Google fashion, they don't really tell why. And apparently, their ads were causing issues for end users browsing TechDirt. I say: good riddance.