...theres still no law that says I have to wear underwear.
Isn't it really inefficient to spam US cell phone numbers with some weird Chinese recording?
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..then why isnt a formality worse?
And if you get hurt bad enough to go to the hospital, why arent you a hospitality?
Maybe I was capable of responding to this situation because Im part African and part of my ancestry leave me with the idea that we should treat infectious diseases
Tide is turning for the media-savvy French professor Didier Raoult and his chloroquine, even US President Donald Trump is suddenly barely even mentioning the miracle drug for COVID-19. Maybe this is because the only clinical data supporting the malaria drug chloroquine cure against coronavirus comes from Raoult himself. And only after Raoult denounced controls and other basics of clinical research as unethical. Outside of Raoults alternative reality, clinical data from France, Sweden, Brazil and USA already now shows that chloroquine not only does not work against COVID-19, it seems to even kill. Predictably so, since the drugs side effects are well known.
This is why chloroquine proponents changed their stance and now scream that it is wrong to treat very sick COVID-19 patients with chloroquine. Instead, they insist that the drug must be given very early during infection or even prophylactically, i.e., to healthy and asymptomatic people only. Given the evidence that the coronavirus is apparently lethal for less than 1% of the infected, you can see where this is going. The safest way to successfully heal with witchdoctor magic is to treat those who are not really ill and recover anyway.
If you conduct a search of DU for "dead intern"
You will get a hundreds of results suggesting that Joe Scarborough is culpable in the death of Lori Klausutis.
Ms. Klausitis was an intern who worked for then-Congressman Scarborough. She had a heart condition, had been complaining of not feeling well, and was found dead after working alone in his office. An investigation concluded that her condition caused her to lose consciouness, fall, and hit her head on a piece of furniture.
A number of DUers have steadfastly maintained for years - on the basis of no evidence whatsoever - that Ms. Klausutis was killed by Joe Scarborough, and that he managed to cover up her murder.
The remarkable part about the cover-up is that Ms. Klausutis' husband and parents were apparently in on it. Not once in the many years since her death have those closest to and most personally invested in Ms. Klausutis raised any suspicion whatsoever that her death was anything other than it was determined to be. Fortunately, total strangers on the internet care more about her than they do, and so they know "what really happened".
Nevertheless, the epithet "dead intern Joe" is a common one on DU, because for people who toss that around, she is not really a person, and her family and loved ones are not really people either. Her corpse is just a convenient prop to wave around when a person on TV says things we don't like.
And before someone starts with the "Oh, that never happened here" thing, here are search results specific to the phrase "dead intern Joe" on DU:
Take a look through there, and don't tell me "Oh, those were trolls who are all gone now."
Well, fear not, diehard "dead intern Joe" folks, you have a new friend in the White House:
Truth doesn't have an agenda.
From Times Live of South Africa
A Kimberley security guard has been arrested for attempted murder after a man was allegedly shot during an altercation after he was refused entry to a shop for not wearing a face mask.
Police said that a security guard manning access to a shop at a filling station on Friday afternoon had allegedly denied entry to a 36-year-old customer who was not wearing a face mask.
It is alleged an argument ensued between the security guard and the customer. The customer was allegedly shot in the face.
My dads artwork has been out there for so long, and there's so many people that just dont even know about his beautiful artwork, DesJarlaits daughter Charmaine Branchaud said. Theres a story behind that man. Its a part of history. Now, we are making history again with Mia. Shes disappeared, but that doesnt mean my dads artwork is going to disappear. She was just a little bitty part of it. He had a lot of accomplishments in his life.
DesJarlaits son, Robert DesJarlait, 73, said he was initially glad that the stereotypical image was finally removed. Then, the power of social media reminded him of another side of the discussion that was overlooked.
On his Facebook page, Robert said many Ojibwe people shared their perspective of Mia while growing up Native. Basically, it was giving the previous generation a sense of almost empowerment to see a Native woman on a box of butter. It gave them a sense of cultural pride, he said. After seeing those posts, I said, thats right, thats why my dad created this image to begin with.
The design, besides Mia, shows a lake with two points of land that Robert DesJarlait said represented Red Lake and an area on the reservation known as the Narrows, where lower and upper Red Lake meet. Another homage, one that is hard to see on the products, on Mias dress are Ojibwe floral design patterns.
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