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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    They will keep pushing until something bad happens.
    These articles don’t convey the gravity of the situation in SF. Yesterday, Robin San Francisco (an “artsy, modern dinner destination” for “new-school sushi”) haplessly reported that they were professionally burglarized - gone are iPads, laptops, and even a “heavy-duty safe that was professionally bolted to the ground”. 6 hours after the report, SFPD had yet to show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiva Kaul View Post
    These articles don’t convey the gravity of the situation in SF. Yesterday, Robin San Francisco (an “artsy, modern dinner destination” for “new-school sushi”) haplessly reported that they were professionally burglarized - gone are iPads, laptops, and even a “heavy-duty safe that was professionally bolted to the ground”. 6 hours after the report, SFPD had yet to show.
    Seattle seems to have always followed SF's lead on everything. At least we took down our viaduct before an earthquake did it for us.

    This is worth a watch if anyone is interested but it takes some time as its long.

    The Fight for the Soul of Seattle | A KOMO News Documentary - YouTube

    Its by the same station that did the "Seattle is dying" video a while back. This one continues on with that, but goes more in depth to current events and how a socialist city government can rapidly cause a city to crash [and literally] burn. Most of the shit has been confined to downtown (which used to be a pretty safe, vibrant downtown), Capital Hill and the University district, it is now branching out into other neighborhoods, some of which have 1 mil + homes. Unfortunately, this is what it will take for the Seattle apathy masses to wake up (when they walk out to their front yard, step on a needle and see a tent.)

    I really don't see this changing anytime soon.

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    A significant evolution, favoring infectiousness over mortality rate, already occurred in the spring.

    This relates to the vaccine. By all accounts, the Pfizer mRNA vaccine is safe and effective, isolating an essential functional component of the virus: the surface-level spike protein. However, it presents this protein in isolation; the immune response is not as comprehensive as in actual infection. The protein's location at the surface makes it a convenient therapeutic target, but also prone to mutation. Overall, the vaccine is relatively susceptible to genetic variation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnst_nhb View Post

    Its by the same station that did the "Seattle is dying" video a while back. This one continues on with that, but goes more in depth to current events and how a socialist city government can rapidly cause a city to crash [and literally] burn. Most of the shit has been confined to downtown (which used to be a pretty safe, vibrant downtown), Capital Hill and the University district, it is now branching out into other neighborhoods, some of which have 1 mil + homes. Unfortunately, this is what it will take for the Seattle apathy masses to wake up (when they walk out to their front yard, step on a needle and see a tent.)

    I really don't see this changing anytime soon.
    Yeah, these things form a quickly self-reinforcing downwards spiral. This usually finishes up rather quickly if you are living in a small, not terribly prosperous country - you go broke, there is some fighting, but it all gets resolved quickly, and you go upwards, having reached the bottom. Take Argentina, they started off pretty wealthy at the beginning of the previous century, and they have been following a steady decline ever since - the long version. The problem that the US has is precisely that it's the dominant world power. Since the fiscal register for people running pretty much any major American city is practically endless, this can go on for quite a bit of time. To the horror of everyone of everyone in America thinking you guys are at the end of the empire, let me assure you you are at the very beginning of a possible end, and left unchecked, this shit will go on for a really long time. I'm talking lifetimes. The obvious choice is to move from places turning into mini Venezuela, there are still decent places to live on the continent, from what I've seen.

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    Easy to listen to. That went fast.

    So this is the guy who was being investigated for Russian collusion?

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    https://twitter.com/amuse/status/133...009423872?s=19

    I'll be honest.....I don't even know what this means, and REALLY don't know if it matters. It doesn't seem too difficult to have a REAL actual audited recount to be 1000% sure the correct person for the president is actually the one people voted for.

    Shit makes no sense.

    And there's this....not sure if true, or how/if related but.....

    Former CEO Claims He Helped Arrange $18 Million Bribe For Hillary Clinton - Conservative Daily Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougBriggs View Post
    People are pacified thanks to the FED propping up the markets keeping everything stitched together. Then we will have a new "stimulus" just enough to keep the mob at bay. Social unrest the likes of which will cause a civil war is never tied to just political issues it's always economic issues. When this bubble either bursts, or the outrageous inequalities it has created, and is just getting started by the way, becomes really well understood by the masses then you may have a spark. Until then, we have ski season starting, then pitchers and catchers reporting, and spring will bring some nice weather, trips to the beach, vacation, outdoor dining might open!!. Civil war sounds so exhausting and bothersome......who can be bothered with that.
    -The up to 50% of small business owners who had their assets seized
    -The 15%+ now constantly living in fear of eviction or losing their house
    -The small business employees who had to leave their relatively comfortable $20/hr job to take an extremely uncomfortable $10/hr job at Amazon.
    -The unemployed or underemployed tech workers who have been displaced by H1-B visas
    -The hundreds of thousands suffocating under student loan debt they will never be able to pay off
    -The hundreds of millions of people censored, threatened, intimidated and persecuted for wrong-think
    -The millions of veterans who fought for their country, only to see it being maliciously disassembled and destroyed.
    -The Millennials and Zoomers who know it is extremely unlikely they will ever achieve anything remotely close the the living standards enjoyed by the Boomers and GenXers.
    -The Boomers and GenXers who may never have grandchildren, but are paying high taxes to support massive immigration
    -The millions fleeing from the ruins of once-prosperous cities
    -The hundreds of thousands victimized by criminals the Soros DAs are unwilling to prosecute
    -The millions who have seen a gradual deterioration of their living standards over the past 50 years and a rapid deterioration over the past year.
    -The millions who have seen their towns thrown into poverty and heroin addiction as their jobs were outsourced to China and drug cartels from south of the border were given illegal immunity
    -The hundreds of thousands of immigrants who fled Hong Kong, South Africa, Venezuela, Vietnam and the Soviet Republic.
    -The millions who now live in a foreign city in their own home countries after 50 years of multiculturalism and "massive demographic change"
    -The hundreds of thousands fired from quasi-monopolistic corporations that are posting record profits
    -Religious groups who are not allowed to congregate or worship
    -The 1st and 2nd amendment supporters who have seen their rights infringed upon
    -The millions who will not comply with irrational dictates
    -Anyone who values freedom or justice
    -The millions who fear an authoritarian police state more than they fear propaganda and intimidation tactics
    -Our elected officials who may still have the courage to do what is right.
    -Our military that has as duty to defend the republic
    -Our President who has made an oath to uphold the constitution and defend the nation from enemies both foreign and domestic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldDog View Post
    I do not understand how this could happen.

    Top of page 18 sounds a lot like Sen Johnson’s promotion of “right to try”, “sagacious...”

    Unfathomable how they could ban it in the first place.

    Ivermectin next, if not already?

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