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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    I think they do more than that, but it's all negative. After having to wear one for about six hours yesterday for a one time job installing printers in a warehouse, I am pretty sure long term mask wearing has negative health effects. About two hours in, a feeling of nausea and light-headedness began to get increasingly severe. There are DEFINITELY negative effects to sucking in larger concentrations of your own carbon dioxide throughout the day. I can only imagine how bad having to do it for an entire work week is. Might fuck with you so bad you'd vote a man with clear cognitive degeneration into the white house.

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    If the vote in those disputed states cannot be validated by a court and no candidate has the required 270 Electoral vote does your constitution send the decision to the house of representatives to decide the winner? That is each state has one vote to decide the new President so more Republican states would choose Trump or more Democratic states would choose Biden. Is that a possibility?

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    I don't know, wal. Let's ask.

    The problems in Michigan are profound and systemic: Dr.SHIVA LIVE: MIT PhD Analysis of Michigan Votes Reveals Unfortunate Truth of U.S. Voting Systems. - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by alsbos View Post
    "If Joy Reid were your architect, the bedroom ceiling would fall on your head the first time the wind blew."

    I think the above statement sums it all up. The leaders of the Democratic party are inept. Pelosi was filmed getting her haircut, mask-less, in a closed salon, and claimed to be 'set-up'. Hillary's emails, to this day, are still being discovered around the world on various laptops. Biden's son literally GIVES his laptop to an avid Trump supporter, seemingly with no encryption. The DNC email server has no security, is readily hacked, and all its contents disseminated around the world.

    I don't see any reasonable way 'Democrats' managed to commit any kind of wide scale organized election fraud, in numerous different states, all of them partly overseen by Republican officials. Democratic leaders are like the villains in an Austin Powers movie, they're completely incompetent.
    You do realize that everyone you named above is deeply afflicted with arrogance, an overweening sense of entitlement, and the beneficiaries of an exceptional level of white privilege, right? What makes this even more ironic, they are your comrades in finger wagging about these characteristics for us lowly prolies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommanderFun View Post
    I think they do more than that, but it's all negative. After having to wear one for about six hours yesterday for a one time job installing printers in a warehouse, I am pretty sure long term mask wearing has negative health effects. About two hours in, a feeling of nausea and light-headedness began to get increasingly severe. There are DEFINITELY negative effects to sucking in larger concentrations of your own carbon dioxide throughout the day. I can only imagine how bad having to do it for an entire work week is. Might fuck with you so bad you'd vote a man with clear cognitive degeneration into the white house.
    For sure, I get the same thing happening when I wear a mask. Plus I will start sweating because my head gets so damn hot. Very unpleasant.

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    Genuine question to anyone who believes the voter fraud claims: If the democrats can get away with voter fraud, why would they force a runoff for Georgia's senate seats and why did the dems so poorly downballot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soule View Post
    Iíve yet to hear a convincing example of Trump being racist. People like to point out the Proud Boys quote and Iíve yet to see a convincing example of the Proud Boys being racist. They have a black leader, for fuckís sake. You can look up videos of them kicking actual racists out of their rally. Maybe one of you lefties can inform me?

    Iíve seen plenty of verbal diarrhea from Biden that could be a more convincing example of racism by todayís standards.

    E.g. If you vote for Trump, ďthen you ainít blackĒ .... ďAINíTĒ
    "When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best; they're not sending you," Trump said. "They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."

    The stats don't back it up. If you don't believe there are accurate stats, fine. Pulling it out of your ass seems racist to me.

    I also think wanting a "muslim travel ban" is racist. And it says a lot that when the court wouldn't allow discrimination based on religion, the response was "we'll ban middle-eastern christians too!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by alsbos View Post
    Sure, ignore away. But if the difference between a capitalist and a communist isn't important, I have no idea what is. On the rare occasion I visit Breitbart, I notice everyone calls anyone who's a democrat a communist. Which I find very strange, as none of them are. Even Sanders isn't actually a communist.
    But I think I've sorta figured it out. I think to the religious right, anyone who isn't an ally, is a called communist. Its not about economics, which I've been assuming, but about religion. I guess.
    I am no Christian, but I do believe in realism.

    Is this kind of like how Hugo Chavez was not a socialist?
    Hugo Chavez: 'I am not a socialist!'

    Or how the Soviet Union did not have a central bank or compete in the global capitalist system for financial gain?
    Soviet Banking, 1922–1987: An Analysis of Gosbank Balance Sheets | SpringerLink
    The USSR had banks and bankers that operated for profit. Citizens deposited "value" to be stored in the bank (The term is "money" if you aren't using commie double speak)

    Or how the Chi-Coms are not communist because they make use of das kapital?


    Nobody here is going to be swayed by your "pravada", comrade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfsully View Post
    This would be in fact the first consumer-available RNA-based vaccine, but the technology is not brand new. They've been looking at this for vaccines to use in infections and also in cancer for quite a while. Lots of things we do in medicine "mess with genetics," and viruses themselves use our cell's own genetic machinery to propagate.
    There's a drug by alnylum called patisiran, recently approved. I believe that's the first RNA drug. There are no DNA containing drugs that I can think of. Otherwise, there are no other drugs that require placing DNA/RNA directly into cells. So this Pfizer vaccine would only be the second case. Of course, as you say, lots of other drugs influence translation, transcription, and/or act by damaging DNA/RNA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ham View Post
    I also think wanting a "muslim travel ban" is racist. And it says a lot that when the court wouldn't allow discrimination based on religion, the response was "we'll ban middle-eastern christians too!"
    What with "muslim" being a race and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    I am no Christian, but I do believe in realism.

    Is this kind of like how Hugo Chavez was not a socialist?
    Hugo Chavez: 'I am not a socialist!'

    Or how the Soviet Union did not have a central bank or compete in the global capitalist system for financial gain?
    Soviet Banking, 1922–1987: An Analysis of Gosbank Balance Sheets | SpringerLink
    The USSR had banks and bankers that operated for profit. Citizens deposited "value" to be stored in the bank (The term is "money" if you aren't using commie double speak)

    Or how the Chi-Coms are not communist because they make use of das kapital?


    Nobody here is going to be swayed by your "pravada", comrade.

    Someone asked the question:

    "Originally Posted by mpalios View Post

    I'm going to ask again, how can roughly one half of this country vote for a man who is CLEARY fragile physically and mentally, and a VP candidate who is a communist/Marxist?

    It just makes no sense to me at all."

    And I answered him. Neither Biden nor Harris are communists, or marxists, and it's pretty silly to say that either are. And so, that is the answer to his question and why half the country was willing to vote for the Democratic ticket. And yes, Trump lost to a guy who is clearly in decline due to age.

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