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  1. Ok let's break this down for you. I posted a study showing Ivermectin was not effective in the treatment of Covid. People have been eating Ivermectin containing horse paste. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2021/sep/20/ivermectin-shortage-horse-owners-covid I took the liberty of extrapolating that maybe eating horse dewormer (i.e. ivermectin containing horse paste) might not be such a great idea after all since the study showed the same active ingredient, in human form, was shown ineffective against Covid. Still following? I'm I wrong at this point? You came in apparently triggered by my posting as such and claimed that the study wasn't about eating horse paste but about Ivermectin in the form for human consumption. Ok. Still the same active ingredient no? I'm not sure what to make of your take that study didn't use Ivermectin in the horse medicine form. Were you thinking that somehow a study using that form would yield different results?
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  2. This is pretty much it. So at my school, I have a list of all my students and their health issues, sometimes the kids will see their name with the little "health" symbol next to their name and be like "What is that?" and so I tell them it is just a health issue that their mom/dad let the school know about. No joke 9/10 times the kid is like "Wait, I have what?" or "Oh my god, I fainted once in 4th grade and now my health issue is that I get light headed"? I am sure it is difference with like preschool and kids that age.
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  3. https://cdispatch.com/news/2021-08-21/ivermectin-sales-surge-at-pharmacies-feed-stores-despite-inconclusive-studies-on-effectiveness-against-covid-19/ it certainly looks like people were buying it from feed stores The human form of ivermectin is available by prescription only, but no prescription is needed to purchase the ivermectin used for animals. “I started seeing people buying it for COVID back in January,” said one farm supply manager who agreed to speak on the condition of anonymity because he realizes the drug may be controversial. “It’s really picked up in the last four or five weeks, about the time we started hearing about the Delta variant. Compared to last August, my sales of ivermectin have increased probably 50-fold.” Bonner notes that purchasing animal medicines for human use is illegal. “There’s no punishment for it, but if you do get sick after taking an animal medicine, you don’t have any liability claim,” he said. “You’re on your own. It was your decision.”
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  4. I agree with most of what you said, but there is some clinical evidence to support HCQ +therapies in COVID patients. https://www.henryford.com/news/2020/07/hydro-treatment-study
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  5. And yet, it’s still not medication for horses.
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  6. And yet people were literally gobbling down horse dewormer. The point is Ivermectin has been shown to not be effective for the treatment of COVID.
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  7. Then leave the game hungry or thirsty, I guess.
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  8. I'm with you on this one. Calling it a horse dewormer when it has perfectly valid uses for humans, and is on the WHO list of essential medicines is extremely dishonest. It's just lazy tabloid journalism.
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  9. Next level stupidity right here or in other words just another ordinary day in the world of Republican lawmakers. smfh Seriously God help us all.
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  10. But they didn’t, because the Ivermectin they used in the study is a drug intended for human use. Despite all the moronic jokes about it being horse medicine.
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  11. Good on Maher calling out the hypocrisy of the Hollywood Left, and our government as a whole.
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  12. almost wasn't true? it was actually FAKE NEWS!
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  13. Any update on the frothy right-wing "Hillary is spying on a sitting president" news posted earlier in this thread? It's almost like it wasn't ever true.
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  15. They might as well have. It would be just as worthless. This is a prime example of a study being done because of what idiots believe.
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  16. I knew there was a reason I didn’t get sick much… https://www.studyfinds.org/attractive-people-immune-system/ healthcare related, not reform related.
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  17. Let me know how it works for you.
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  18. I thought we had upgraded our talent. But other than BMcGowens, we are out-classed by Maryland across the board. Maryland is 3-11 in conference.
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  19. Huskers head on the road to Evanston to take on the Wildcats
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  20. Silence on China isn't a Hollywood elite or leftist problem. It's a people only interested in making money problem that's all encompassing.
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  21. And that's a Nebraska winner, Nebraska gets their first win of 2022, 12-9 Nebraska!
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  22. @commando that's not what I've been talking about... @Archy1221 that's a pretty early study, which they even admitted needed further clinical trials. It's kind of odd that HQ with azithromycin ended up having a worse outcome than HQ alone. I have no idea how the drugs interact, but it would lead me to wonder if there are some statistical anomalies going on.
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  23. Oh they’re in for a rough week. Bolt is not gonna be happy even if we salvage the split
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  24. 2-0 Huskers how, 3-0 Huskers as I type this
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  25. Henry Ford, a very reputable hospital system, found it helped their patients
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  26. Glad to see it. If his show fails to draw an audience then his show will get cancelled. It shouldn't be forced by a minority. https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/dave-chappelle-not-canceled-comedian-produce-netflix-specials-closer-controversy
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  27. would that make the police responsible if 1 of those 686,348 people used their gun to kill someone during a crime spree? the victims families could sue the state? the police? or would they have limited protection like the police do? or are they just raising a militia force made up of proud boys, kkk, and oath keepers who follow their leader of choice?
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  28. And don’t get me started on the 30something tough guys rolling coal
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  29. Wasn't Riley the first to lose the opener in forever?
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  30. Relative to all the rest of students, it’s not that big. But, I can honestly say that nobody I went to school with had these allergies. So, one or two out of 150 is a big jump. Every one of my kids had a kid they went to school with with these allergies.
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  31. Homer NU Prediction 125--This assumes Ybarra wrestles, NU by dec 133--IA by MD 141--Red pulls out some magic, NU by dec 149--if Turk wrestles, NU might win by DQ lol, Turk is such a piece of $h%^. NU by dec 157--Robb by dec 165--The Bull by MD 174--Labs by dec 184--Venz by MD 197--Schultz by dec 285--Slim Cass by dec NU 22 IA 11 What I actually think happens 125--True toss up, slightest of edges to IA 133--DeSanto by TF 141--Red gets super close to a couple TDs by Eiermann's funk is too much, IA by dec 149--Lovett wins by dec over Murin or MD against Turk 157--Robb gets an early TD, proceeds to never shoot again, loses 5-3 in SV because he gives a riding time point that sends it to SV. 165--Marinelli by TF 174--Might be the best match of the night. Grandpa Mike by the slimmest of margins. 184--Venz hasn't been in good recent form but I think he gets the dec 197--This one will be an absolute rock fight, Schultz/Warner are 2-2 against each other and both are in good form. I think Schultz pulls it out at home 3-2. HWT--Lance has been a great surprise this season and is wrestling well, Cassioppi is just a tier above him, Cass by dec IA 25 NU 9
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  32. That was really the story most of AM's career. Injured and rarely replaced with the back up. The offensive staff was a joke. The complete inability to develop any depth and at times any definitive starters. I would blame Smothers lack of perceived potential success on little to no development than I would on his lack of abilities. I think a lot of players will look better across the board and at all offensive positions with a new staff. To win this season, they will have to......
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  34. Yeah, like I was saying, I have taught forever and usually there are 3-4 kids in the entire school that have a nut allergy. You know what is big all of a sudden. f#&%ing asthma! No s#!t, ever kid seems to have that.
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  35. Great point. Maybe eating horse dewormer is the way to go then.
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  36. They didn’t use horse medication in that study….
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  37. I think this explains the recent prominence better. When we were kids we weren’t coddled. Parents didn’t attend every sports practice with us. We actually had pick up games of football, basketball, baseball etc. that our parents weren’t even aware of (until sombody got bloody or broke something). But now we have parents who want to protect and control everything no matter how much it infringes on others. Their little darling angels are the only things that matter, everyone else be damned.
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  38. That's not true though...we saw with our own eyes that Smothers is a capable QB and the common denominator, Frost, has us fair catch at the 6 and pass out of the endzone....same as with Martinez.
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  39. Logan wasn't making that throw either, no offense to him. Some of the blame is for Adrian IMO - he'd earned the right to tell the coaches whether or not he could still play, and he decided he could. He threw for 193 yards in the second half after the injury, it's not like he was completely incapacitated and had no business being in the game. In retrospect you don't try and make a 60 yard throw with a torn labrum, and he admitted as much. I think Frost should have made the call to not play him against Minnesota - they knew what he could and couldn't do all week. For an in game injury I think you've got to trust your player until it's clear the backup is a better option, and against Wisconsin it was that one deep ball. Which he can blame on the shoulder but I don't think he was getting it over the top anyway. He would've had to put it outside the hash on about the Wisconsin 30 to get past the safety, and he threw it from our 11. Maybe if he can put it outside more it's a jump ball for Manning, but the safety was there and even with an intact labrum he wasn't getting that over the top.
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  40. Turns out we get to smell freedom in Omaha starting tomorrow!
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  41. If I decided to play with a broken jaw, I’d sure as hell want to keep it secret. Not sure why some here are b!^@hing about Frost keeping injuries under wraps. Also, there is absolutely no evidence Frost or anyone in the program wanted that news to get out. Frost addressed it post game, after Gus Johnson let it go on air. Weird how people can listen to these things and still hear things that were never said as long as it fits their preconceived notions. And no, this isn’t directed at you Decoy.
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  42. I'm sure he meant, the second Braunagel. Also, Red wrestled a fairly defensive match.
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  43. Haha I finally got the wife into that movie after just casually putting it on when she wasn't paying attention. We're up to Rocky IV.
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