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  • pinstripers
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    Rep Andy Biggs @RepAndyBiggsAZ

    Biden's unlawful mask mandate for travel has been struck down by a federal judge.
    The CDC exceeded its statutory authority in issuing the mask mandate.

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  • wufan
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    I just put a little cloth mask on my dick.

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  • MikeKennedyRulZ
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    I use KyN95 Rubbers.

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  • Shock Top
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    Originally posted by MoValley John View Post
    I always wear a rubber when I fly. I don't step into an airport without one on. I'll be driving, in my car alone, and you can bet your ass I got a rubber on.
    Sometimes I double rubber, just to be super safe.

    I know they say that isn’t more effective and might actually be worse, but I feel better and that makes me a better person than you,

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  • 1972Shocker
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    Horowitz: Record infections in super-vaxxed UK seniors as double-vaxxed show negative efficacy against COVID death

    https://www.theblaze.com/op-ed/horow...st-covid-death

    At the end of the day, we are 11 billion doses into this unparalleled global mass injection regime, and yet more than 72% of 6.1 million confirmed COVID-19 deaths have occurred since vaccine rollout. Half the deaths have occurred since mid-April, after all of the vulnerable population had ample time to get fully vaccine.

    Perhaps this is why the U.K. Health Security Agency announced in this week’s report (p. 37) that “from early April onwards this section of the report will not be updated.” That’s the section with case and death rates by vaccination status.

    A recent study from Stanford published in Cell might shed light on this phenomenon. Researchers observed a decreased immune response to new variants among those vaccinated for the original strain because the shots are teaching the body to respond improperly. “We find that prior vaccination with Wuhan-Hu-1-like antigens followed by infection with Alpha or Delta variants gives rise to plasma antibody responses with apparent Wuhan-Hu-1-specific imprinting manifesting as relatively decreased responses to the variant virus epitopes, compared with unvaccinated patients infected with those variant viruses,” observed the Stanford pathologists. They note that the extent to which this causes original antigenic sin “will be an important topic of ongoing study.”

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  • WstateU
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    Originally posted by WuDrWu View Post

    Hugely underrated.
    Talk about "huge", I can't find "rubbers" big enough for me.

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  • WuDrWu
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    Originally posted by MoValley John View Post
    I always wear a rubber when I fly. I don't step into an airport without one on. I'll be driving, in my car alone, and you can bet your ass I got a rubber on.
    Hugely underrated.

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  • shoxlax
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    Originally posted by SubGod22 View Post

    Most of those are in Ark City and Junction City
    Not sure about Ark City, but Junction City is perfectly logical. That place……..

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  • SubGod22
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    Originally posted by MoValley John View Post
    525 per 100,000 people in Kansas are walking around with a burning case of syphilis. That translates to approximately 3,282 give or take a few burning urethras, of walking syphilis carriers in the Air Capital. What are we doing to stop the pandemic?
    Most of those are in Ark City and Junction City

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  • MoValley John
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    I always wear a rubber when I fly. I don't step into an airport without one on. I'll be driving, in my car alone, and you can bet your ass I got a rubber on.

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  • MoValley John
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    525 per 100,000 people in Kansas are walking around with a burning case of syphilis. That translates to approximately 3,282 give or take a few burning urethras, of walking syphilis carriers in the Air Capital. What are we doing to stop the pandemic?

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  • MoValley John
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    Originally posted by ShockerFever View Post
    Positivity rate is down to 1.2% in Sedgwick County, the lowest percentage during the pandemic. If you’re still wearing masks now, then you will likely die by some sort of stress-induced ailment and nothing resembling covid.
    Syphilis is more common than that. If we could just get people to wear rubbers all the time.

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  • ShockerFever
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    Positivity rate is down to 1.2% in Sedgwick County, the lowest percentage during the pandemic. If you’re still wearing masks now, then you will likely die by some sort of stress-induced ailment and nothing resembling covid.

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  • Downtown Shocker Brown
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    And those who have to travel outside the country.

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  • Dave Stalwart
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    I don’t think anyone does other than political figures and famous people now

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