Discussion:
OUR WORST NIGHTMARE?
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Checkmate
2020-02-17 09:05:05 UTC
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I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".

This from the Scripps Research Institute:

"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."

IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.

This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)

With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.



Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
current outbreak:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/


I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
account of the early days, from the reference cited above:

"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
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mixed nuts
2020-02-17 14:41:09 UTC
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Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
A Noted Authority (Conservative Pastor) says it's no biggie because Trump:

"Conservative pastor Hank Kunneman recently claimed that God will save
Americans from the new coronavirus because President Donald Trump's
administration has "aligned themselves" with the right side of life.

Speaking to the Lord of Hosts church during a service in Omaha, Nebraska
last Sunday, Kunneman prophesied that citizens in the U.S. will not have
to fear the coronavirus because God will "give mercy.""

<https://www.newsweek.com/pastor-says-god-will-protect-us-coronavirus-because-trump-administration-sided-life-womb-1487583>

Also, Jim Bakker. noted televangelist, is selling a "Silver Solution"
that is known to be effective against viruses like coronavirus (not
tested yet). And food buckets (survival food), so you can live in the
forest, far away from dangerous things, for many months, until it all
blows over.

You can watch and order here (and learn about total impeachment
exonerations, and apocalypse horsemen, also, while being highly incensed
and completely outraged):

<https://jimbakkershow.com/watch/>
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Skeeter
2020-02-17 15:50:15 UTC
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 09:41:09 -0500, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
"Conservative pastor Hank Kunneman recently claimed that God will save
Americans from the new coronavirus because President Donald Trump's
administration has "aligned themselves" with the right side of life.
Speaking to the Lord of Hosts church during a service in Omaha, Nebraska
last Sunday, Kunneman prophesied that citizens in the U.S. will not have
to fear the coronavirus because God will "give mercy.""
<https://www.newsweek.com/pastor-says-god-will-protect-us-coronavirus-because-trump-administration-sided-life-womb-1487583>
Also, Jim Bakker. noted televangelist, is selling a "Silver Solution"
that is known to be effective against viruses like coronavirus (not
tested yet). And food buckets (survival food), so you can live in the
forest, far away from dangerous things, for many months, until it all
blows over.
You can watch and order here (and learn about total impeachment
exonerations, and apocalypse horsemen, also, while being highly incensed
<https://jimbakkershow.com/watch/>
Gee I wonder if butthurt boy MN will turn this into a Trump thing?
Pandora
2020-02-17 16:28:18 UTC
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Post by Skeeter
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 09:41:09 -0500, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction
-- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who
are infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation
and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be
contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the
mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to
the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing
the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of
recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers
think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most
deadly in the second wave due to people being exposed a second time,
which induced a cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus
killed many by causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other
hand, I found a detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another
source that said quite the opposite... those stricken later were less
severally affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be
OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're
telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail.
Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a
quarantine line. We may slow the spread for a couple months or so,
but I think the cat's already out of the bag. This is the particular
population thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu
pandemic, complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two
of you who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to
read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly,
with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians
wonder if this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several
Italian doctors argued in separate journal articles that this 'febrile
disease now widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza'
(Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet
article in July 1918 argued that the spring epidemic was not influenza
because the symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of very short
duration and so far absent of relapses or complications' (Little et
al., 1918)."
"Conservative pastor Hank Kunneman recently claimed that God will save
Americans from the new coronavirus because President Donald Trump's
administration has "aligned themselves" with the right side of life.
Speaking to the Lord of Hosts church during a service in Omaha, Nebraska
last Sunday, Kunneman prophesied that citizens in the U.S. will not have
to fear the coronavirus because God will "give mercy.""
<https://www.newsweek.com/pastor-says-god-will-protect-us-coronavirus-
because-trump-administration-sided-life-womb-1487583>
Post by Skeeter
Post by mixed nuts
Also, Jim Bakker. noted televangelist, is selling a "Silver Solution"
that is known to be effective against viruses like coronavirus (not
tested yet). And food buckets (survival food), so you can live in the
forest, far away from dangerous things, for many months, until it all
blows over.
You can watch and order here (and learn about total impeachment
exonerations, and apocalypse horsemen, also, while being highly incensed
<https://jimbakkershow.com/watch/>
Gee I wonder if butthurt boy MN will turn this into a Trump thing?
Others already did.
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 16:33:11 UTC
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Gee I wonder if butthurt boy MN will turn this into a Trump thing?
Others already did.
Just shuddup (and learn how to trim and properly
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Gee I wonder if butthurt boy MN will turn this into a Trump thing?
Others already did.
Just shuddup (and learn how to trim and properly
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Others already did.
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Others already did.
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Others already did.
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Checkmate
2020-02-17 19:35:34 UTC
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Gee I wonder if butthurt boy MN will turn this into a Trump thing?
Others already did.
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mixed nuts
2020-02-17 16:46:32 UTC
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Post by Skeeter
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 09:41:09 -0500, mixed nuts
Post by mixed nuts
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
"Conservative pastor Hank Kunneman recently claimed that God will save
Americans from the new coronavirus because President Donald Trump's
administration has "aligned themselves" with the right side of life.
Speaking to the Lord of Hosts church during a service in Omaha, Nebraska
last Sunday, Kunneman prophesied that citizens in the U.S. will not have
to fear the coronavirus because God will "give mercy.""
<https://www.newsweek.com/pastor-says-god-will-protect-us-coronavirus-because-trump-administration-sided-life-womb-1487583>
Also, Jim Bakker. noted televangelist, is selling a "Silver Solution"
that is known to be effective against viruses like coronavirus (not
tested yet). And food buckets (survival food), so you can live in the
forest, far away from dangerous things, for many months, until it all
blows over.
You can watch and order here (and learn about total impeachment
exonerations, and apocalypse horsemen, also, while being highly incensed
<https://jimbakkershow.com/watch/>
Gee I wonder if butthurt boy MN will turn this into a Trump thing?
You need better zingers.

There is Trump, and only Trump.

And Trump spoke all these words:

I am the LORD your Trump, who brought you out of the very bad places,
out of the house of bad hombre immigrants and drug dealers and rapers
and, presumably, some very good people.

You shall have no other Trumps before Me.

You shall not make for yourself an idol of any kind or an image of
anything in the heavens above, on the earth beneath, or in the waters
below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD
your Trump, am a jealous Trump, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on
their children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate Me,
but showing loving devotion to a thousand generations of those who love
Me and keep My Hereby Declarations.
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 09:41:09 -0500 mixed nuts put forth the following
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Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
"Conservative pastor Hank Kunneman recently claimed that God will save
Americans from the new coronavirus because President Donald Trump's
administration has "aligned themselves" with the right side of life.
Speaking to the Lord of Hosts church during a service in Omaha, Nebraska
last Sunday, Kunneman prophesied that citizens in the U.S. will not have
to fear the coronavirus because God will "give mercy.""
<https://www.newsweek.com/pastor-says-god-will-protect-us-coronavirus-because-trump-administration-sided-life-womb-1487583>
Also, Jim Bakker. noted televangelist, is selling a "Silver Solution"
that is known to be effective against viruses like coronavirus (not
tested yet). And food buckets (survival food), so you can live in the
forest, far away from dangerous things, for many months, until it all
blows over.
You can watch and order here (and learn about total impeachment
exonerations, and apocalypse horsemen, also, while being highly incensed
<https://jimbakkershow.com/watch/>
Sounds like the colloidal silver scam. No evidence that it works, too
much can turn your skin blue... permanently, and there are instructions
for masking your own all over YouTube. Anybody waiting for their god to
save them, is fucked for sure. God is very busy, and doesn't have time
for our silly bullshit. In fact, he loves us very much, and would prefer
we just got it over with, so we could be with him.
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award May 2001, (Brethern of Beelzebub troll)
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Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 15:47:57 UTC
Permalink
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.

It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.

I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
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2020-02-17 19:24:11 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can
self- isolate and still be quite comfortable.
just like your sex life
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 19:36:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can
self- isolate and still be quite comfortable.
just like your sex life
My sex life is pretty comfortable. Thinking about doing
my little mountain girl sees to that. LOL
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
%
2020-02-17 19:42:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can
self- isolate and still be quite comfortable.
just like your sex life
My sex life is pretty comfortable. Thinking about doing
my little imaginary mountain girl sees to that. LOL
like i said
%
2020-02-17 19:50:50 UTC
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Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can
self- isolate and still be quite comfortable.
just like your sex life
My sex life is pretty comfortable. Thinking about doing
my little mountain girl sees to that. LOL
that proves another thing i said is true ,
you search for porn photos and that you can ,
))))))))))))))))) *** WHACK OFF *** (((((((((((((((
to anyone you find that you can fantasize over
Checkmate
2020-02-17 19:41:44 UTC
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Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.

On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
--
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Philosopher, Humanitarian
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In loving memory of The Battle Kitten
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Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 19:54:49 UTC
Permalink
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 11:41:44 -0800, Checkmate <***@gmail.com> wrote:

<...>
Post by Checkmate
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Natural selection at work. Let the dumbasses perish.
All they do anyway is degrade the gene pool. These
pandemics are a necessary part of evolution. The
strong survive and the weak perish.

Even the health *authorities* are totally myopic and
stupid. There is strong evidence that COVID-19 can
result up to 24 days after exposure to the corona
virus yet these idiots are importing known cases
of active COVID-19 along with those who have been
in close proximity to them (cruise ships) and only
quarantining them for two weeks. DUH! What about
the other ten days towards the end where some of
the people are the MOST VIRULENT and able to pass
the virus to unsuspecting folks who get close or next
to them? They are releasing these folks into the
general public with a clean bill of health - all the
better to infect unsuspecting ignorant fools.

Fucking stupid health bureaucrats seem to be trying
their best to produce a large and deadly outbreak here
in the USA.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
%
2020-02-17 19:57:11 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Checkmate
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Natural selection at work. Let the dumbasses perish.
All they do anyway is degrade the gene pool. These
pandemics are a necessary part of evolution. The
strong survive and the weak perish.
Even the health *authorities* are totally myopic and
stupid. There is strong evidence that COVID-19 can
result up to 24 days after exposure to the corona
virus yet these idiots are importing known cases
of active COVID-19 along with those who have been
in close proximity to them (cruise ships) and only
quarantining them for two weeks. DUH! What about
the other ten days towards the end where some of
the people are the MOST VIRULENT and able to pass
the virus to unsuspecting folks who get close or next
to them? They are releasing these folks into the
general public with a clean bill of health - all the
better to infect unsuspecting ignorant fools.
Fucking stupid health bureaucrats seem to be trying
their best to produce a large and deadly outbreak here
in the USA.
good
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 20:03:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Checkmate
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Natural selection at work. Let the dumbasses perish.
All they do anyway is degrade the gene pool. These
pandemics are a necessary part of evolution. The
strong survive and the weak perish.
Even the health *authorities* are totally myopic and
stupid. There is strong evidence that COVID-19 can
result up to 24 days after exposure to the corona
virus yet these idiots are importing known cases
of active COVID-19 along with those who have been
in close proximity to them (cruise ships) and only
quarantining them for two weeks. DUH! What about
the other ten days towards the end where some of
the people are the MOST VIRULENT and able to pass
the virus to unsuspecting folks who get close or next
to them? They are releasing these folks into the
general public with a clean bill of health - all the
better to infect unsuspecting ignorant fools.
Fucking stupid health bureaucrats seem to be trying
their best to produce a large and deadly outbreak here
in the USA.
good
And, Canada is an even better place to spread the
virus due to the fact that on surfaces in below freezing
temperatures the coronal virus can live up to THREE WEEKs
whereas in warmer climes it perishes in as little as seven
to ten days.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
%
2020-02-17 20:09:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Checkmate
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Natural selection at work. Let the dumbasses perish.
All they do anyway is degrade the gene pool. These
pandemics are a necessary part of evolution. The
strong survive and the weak perish.
Even the health *authorities* are totally myopic and
stupid. There is strong evidence that COVID-19 can
result up to 24 days after exposure to the corona
virus yet these idiots are importing known cases
of active COVID-19 along with those who have been
in close proximity to them (cruise ships) and only
quarantining them for two weeks. DUH! What about
the other ten days towards the end where some of
the people are the MOST VIRULENT and able to pass
the virus to unsuspecting folks who get close or next
to them? They are releasing these folks into the
general public with a clean bill of health - all the
better to infect unsuspecting ignorant fools.
Fucking stupid health bureaucrats seem to be trying
their best to produce a large and deadly outbreak here
in the USA.
good
And, Canada is an even better place to spread the
virus due to the fact that on surfaces in below freezing
temperatures the coronal virus can live up to THREE WEEKs
whereas in warmer climes it perishes in as little as seven
to ten days.
that explains why canada has so few cases then
mixed nuts
2020-02-17 20:12:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Trump has a plan. It's all under control. No need to worry. When it
warms up in April, maybe May, it'll be too hot for the virus and it'll
be killed and the world will be safe and it'll be time to get back to
Phase II of the trade agreement.
--
Grizzly H.
MK
2020-02-24 07:00:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, Checkmate
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Tell me your kidding, right? Gerk take anyone's post seriously?
hahahahahaaa

You have faith in all the wrong people.
Sir Gaygory's Owner's Owner 🐶笛
2020-02-24 08:00:26 UTC
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✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm". This from the
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ Scripps Research Institute: "Scientists have mapped key elements of a
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ severe immune overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ sicken and kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ virus. A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells and their
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ activating compounds (cytokines), which, in a flu infection, is often
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ associated with a surge of activated immune cells into the lungs. The
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ resulting lung inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ distress and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia --
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ often enhancing the mortality in patients." IOW, there's some indication
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ that our immune system can overreact to the virus, actually making
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ things worse. That may be why we're seeing the number of Coronavirus
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered patients is still
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ pretty low. This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ from, either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves,"
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ was most deadly in the second wave due to people being exposed a second
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ time, which induced a cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ virus killed many by causing immune systems to go haywire. On the
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ other hand, I found a detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ source that said quite the opposite... those stricken later were less
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ severally affected. (See link at the end) With infected people
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus being highly
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR "Spanish Flu".
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ I think things in China are far worse than they're telling us, and
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but all
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may slow
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already out
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ feared... and expected the most. Here's a link to a very thorough
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic, complete with numerous linked
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ references, for the one or two of you who have the interest and
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll find it interesting,
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ informative, and possibly quite relevant to the current outbreak:
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/ I wondered how long it
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for people to realize
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if we're
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling account
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ of the early days, from the reference cited above: "But 1918 seems to
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a spring wave. In
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this disease
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued in
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ I read the other day where you get it and recover but you have not
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ immunity against a second infection with it. This is when it's more
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ deadly because of the cytokine storm especially to us old farts. It is
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ said that babies get it but hardly show any symptoms at all and they
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ recover fast. It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia and the reduced
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ capacity from the COPD they usually have ends up being a death sentence.
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ Serves them right, IMO. Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ smokes pot. I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ self- isolate and still be quite comfortable.
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously.
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ The rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ keep themselves amused with Trump jokes.
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ Tell me your kidding, right? Gerk take anyone's post seriously?
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ hahahahahaaa
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ You have faith in all the wrong people.

where are all the trump jokes?

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everywhere. We need to get these people out of every civilized
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2020-02-24 20:54:32 UTC
Permalink
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by MK
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, Checkmate
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Tell me your kidding, right? Gerk take anyone's post seriously?
hahahahahaaa
You have faith in all the wrong people.
... says an avowed Trump supporter.

<snicker>
--
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"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm with
you." -- Mike Godwin, Aug 13, 2017, 8:03 PM
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2020-02-24 21:01:52 UTC
Permalink
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by MK
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, Checkmate
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Tell me your kidding, right? Gerk take anyone's post seriously?
hahahahahaaa
You have faith in all the wrong people.
... says an avowed Trump supporter.
<snicker>
FNVWe Nadegda

"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm with
you." -- Mike Godwin, Aug 13, 2017, 8:03 PM
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<***@news.alt.net>
%
2020-02-24 21:01:57 UTC
Permalink
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by MK
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, Checkmate
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Tell me your kidding, right? Gerk take anyone's post seriously?
hahahahahaaa
You have faith in all the wrong people.
... says an avowed Trump supporter.
<snicker>
FNVWe Nadegda

"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm with
you." -- Mike Godwin, Aug 13, 2017, 8:03 PM
% <***@gmail.com> admits he has erectile dysfunction:
<***@news.alt.net>
%
2020-02-24 21:02:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Nadegda
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, Checkmate
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
FNVWe Nadegda
"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm with
you." -- Mike Godwin, Aug 13, 2017, 8:03 PM
Post by Nadegda
Post by Nadegda
Tell me your kidding, right? Gerk take anyone's post seriously?
hahahahahaaa
You have faith in all the wrong people.
... says an avowed Trump supporter.
<snicker>
%
2020-02-24 21:02:24 UTC
Permalink
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by MK
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, Checkmate
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Tell me your kidding, right? Gerk take anyone's post seriously?
hahahahahaaa
You have faith in all the wrong people.
... says an avowed Trump supporter.
<snicker>
FNVWe Nadegda

"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm with
you." -- Mike Godwin, Aug 13, 2017, 8:03 PM
% <***@gmail.com> admits he has erectile dysfunction:
<***@news.alt.net>
%
2020-02-24 21:02:33 UTC
Permalink
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by MK
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:47:57 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, Checkmate
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction -- a
'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're telling
us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but
all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line. We may
slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's already
out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning disaster I've
feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu for
people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also wonder if
we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very telling
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with a
spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if this
disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors argued
in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now widely
prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that
the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though similar
to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far absent of relapses
or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
I read the other day where you get it and recover but you
have not immunity against a second infection with it. This
is when it's more deadly because of the cytokine storm
especially to us old farts. It is said that babies get it but
hardly show any symptoms at all and they recover fast.
It is also said that smokers get it far worse because of
their already weakened lungs that quickly get pneumonia
and the reduced capacity from the COPD they usually have
ends up being a death sentence. Serves them right, IMO.
Only a total dumbass smokes cigarettes and/or smokes
pot.
I think this is the BIG ONE. But, I'm ready for it. I can self-
isolate and still be quite comfortable.
I was hoping someone like you would actually take my post seriously. The
rest are probably in for a rude awakening, but at least they can keep
themselves amused with Trump jokes.
Tell me your kidding, right? Gerk take anyone's post seriously?
hahahahahaaa
You have faith in all the wrong people.
... says an avowed Trump supporter.
<snicker>
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, LO AND BEHOLD; The Pathetic
Anti-Muslim Wannabe Homegrown Terrorist Posting as "💩
<***@gmail.com>" determined that the following was of
great importance and subsequently decided to freely share it with us in
<***@news.alt.net>:

🐸I'vebeenresearchingasmuchasIcanabouttheCoronavirus,andcame
🐸acrosssomethingalarming,calleda"cytokinestorm".
🐸
🐸ThisfromtheScrippsResearchInstitute:
🐸
🐸"Scientistshavemappedkeyelementsofasevereimmuneoverreaction--
🐸a'cytokinestorm'--thatcanbothsickenandkillpatientswhoare
🐸infectedwithcertainstrainsoffluvirus.Acytokinestormisan
🐸overproductionofimmunecellsandtheiractivatingcompounds
🐸(cytokines),which,inafluinfection,isoftenassociatedwitha
🐸surgeofactivatedimmunecellsintothelungs.Theresultinglung
🐸inflammationandfluidbuildupcanleadtorespiratorydistressandcan
🐸becontaminatedbyasecondarybacterialpneumonia--oftenenhancing
🐸themortalityinpatients."
🐸
🐸IOW,there'ssomeindicationthatourimmunesystemcanoverreacttothe
🐸virus,actuallymakingthingsworse.Thatmaybewhywe'reseeingthe
🐸numberofCoronaviruscasesrapidlyrise,whilethenumberofrecovered
🐸patientsisstillprettylow.
🐸
🐸Thismaybesomethingthatalotofpeople*won't*recoverfrom,either
🐸killingpeopleslowly,orremainingchronic.Someresearchersthinkthe
🐸SpanishFlu,whichhitinthreedistinct"waves,"wasmostdeadlyin
🐸thesecondwaveduetopeoplebeingexposedasecondtime,which
🐸inducedacytokinestorm...theconclusionbeingthattheviruskilled
🐸manybycausingimmunesystemstogohaywire.Ontheotherhand,I
🐸foundadetailedaccountoftheSpanishFlufromanothersourcethat
🐸saidquitetheopposite...thosestrickenlaterwerelessseverally
🐸affected.(Seelinkattheend)
🐸
🐸Withinfectedpeopleremainingasymptomaticforupto24days,thevirus
🐸beinghighlycontagious,andaslowrecoveryrate,thiscouldbeOUR
🐸"SpanishFlu".IthinkthingsinChinaarefarworsethanthey're
🐸tellingus,andeffortstocontainitwillultimatelyfail.
🐸Quarantineshelp,butallittakesis*one*assholetosneakpasta
🐸quarantineline.Wemayslowthespreadforacouplemonthsorso,but
🐸Ithinkthecat'salreadyoutofthebag.Thisistheparticular
🐸populationthinningdisasterI'vefeared...andexpectedthemost.
🐸
🐸
🐸
🐸Here'salinktoaverythoroughaccountingoftheSpanishFlupandemic,
🐸completewithnumerouslinkedreferences,fortheoneortwoofyouwho
🐸havetheinterestandattentionspanslongenoughtotoreadit.
🐸You'llfinditinteresting,informative,andpossiblyquiterelevantto
🐸thecurrentoutbreak:
🐸
🐸https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
🐸
🐸IwonderedhowlongittookaftertheintroductionoftheSpanishFlu
🐸forpeopletorealizethegravityofthesituation,becauseIalso
🐸wonderifwe'reunder-appreciatingthesituationtoday.Here'savery
🐸tellingaccountoftheearlydays,fromthereferencecitedabove:
🐸
🐸"But1918seemstohavebeenparticularlyviolent.Itbeganmildly,with
🐸aspringwave.Infact,itwassomildthatsomephysicianswonderif
🐸thisdiseaseactuallywasinfluenza.Typically,severalItaliandoctors
🐸arguedinseparatejournalarticlesthatthis'febrilediseasenow
🐸widelyprevalentinItaly[is]notinfluenza'(Policlinico,1918).
🐸Britishdoctorsechoedthatconclusion;aLancetarticleinJuly1918
🐸arguedthatthespringepidemicwasnotinfluenzabecausethesymptoms,
🐸thoughsimilartoinfluenza,were'ofveryshortdurationandsofar
🐸absentofrelapsesorcomplications'(Littleetal.,1918)."
🐸
🐸
🐸

amazing that you found all of /that/ factual information interesting but next you'll be telling us about some ko0oked out conspiracy theory based on blogs and tweets from russian hacker syndicates...


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Post by Sir Gaygory's Owner's Owner 🐶笛
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, LO AND BEHOLD; The Pathetic
Anti-Muslim Wannabe Homegrown Terrorist Posting as "💩
great importance and subsequently decided to freely share it with us in
🐸I'vebeenresearchingasmuchasIcanabouttheCoronavirus,andcame
🐸acrosssomethingalarming,calleda"cytokinestorm".
🐸
🐸
🐸"Scientistshavemappedkeyelementsofasevereimmuneoverreaction--
🐸a'cytokinestorm'--thatcanbothsickenandkillpatientswhoare
🐸infectedwithcertainstrainsoffluvirus.Acytokinestormisan
🐸overproductionofimmunecellsandtheiractivatingcompounds
🐸(cytokines),which,inafluinfection,isoftenassociatedwitha
🐸surgeofactivatedimmunecellsintothelungs.Theresultinglung
🐸inflammationandfluidbuildupcanleadtorespiratorydistressandcan
🐸becontaminatedbyasecondarybacterialpneumonia--oftenenhancing
🐸themortalityinpatients."
🐸
🐸IOW,there'ssomeindicationthatourimmunesystemcanoverreacttothe
🐸virus,actuallymakingthingsworse.Thatmaybewhywe'reseeingthe
🐸numberofCoronaviruscasesrapidlyrise,whilethenumberofrecovered
🐸patientsisstillprettylow.
🐸
🐸Thismaybesomethingthatalotofpeople*won't*recoverfrom,either
🐸killingpeopleslowly,orremainingchronic.Someresearchersthinkthe
🐸SpanishFlu,whichhitinthreedistinct"waves,"wasmostdeadlyin
🐸thesecondwaveduetopeoplebeingexposedasecondtime,which
🐸inducedacytokinestorm...theconclusionbeingthattheviruskilled
🐸manybycausingimmunesystemstogohaywire.Ontheotherhand,I
🐸foundadetailedaccountoftheSpanishFlufromanothersourcethat
🐸saidquitetheopposite...thosestrickenlaterwerelessseverally
🐸affected.(Seelinkattheend)
🐸
🐸Withinfectedpeopleremainingasymptomaticforupto24days,thevirus
🐸beinghighlycontagious,andaslowrecoveryrate,thiscouldbeOUR
🐸"SpanishFlu".IthinkthingsinChinaarefarworsethanthey're
🐸tellingus,andeffortstocontainitwillultimatelyfail.
🐸Quarantineshelp,butallittakesis*one*assholetosneakpasta
🐸quarantineline.Wemayslowthespreadforacouplemonthsorso,but
🐸Ithinkthecat'salreadyoutofthebag.Thisistheparticular
🐸populationthinningdisasterI'vefeared...andexpectedthemost.
🐸
🐸
🐸
🐸Here'salinktoaverythoroughaccountingoftheSpanishFlupandemic,
🐸completewithnumerouslinkedreferences,fortheoneortwoofyouwho
🐸havetheinterestandattentionspanslongenoughtotoreadit.
🐸You'llfinditinteresting,informative,andpossiblyquiterelevantto
🐸
🐸https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
🐸
🐸IwonderedhowlongittookaftertheintroductionoftheSpanishFlu
🐸forpeopletorealizethegravityofthesituation,becauseIalso
🐸wonderifwe'reunder-appreciatingthesituationtoday.Here'savery
🐸
🐸"But1918seemstohavebeenparticularlyviolent.Itbeganmildly,with
🐸aspringwave.Infact,itwassomildthatsomephysicianswonderif
🐸thisdiseaseactuallywasinfluenza.Typically,severalItaliandoctors
🐸arguedinseparatejournalarticlesthatthis'febrilediseasenow
🐸widelyprevalentinItaly[is]notinfluenza'(Policlinico,1918).
🐸Britishdoctorsechoedthatconclusion;aLancetarticleinJuly1918
🐸arguedthatthespringepidemicwasnotinfluenzabecausethesymptoms,
🐸thoughsimilartoinfluenza,were'ofveryshortdurationandsofar
🐸absentofrelapsesorcomplications'(Littleetal.,1918)."
🐸
🐸
🐸
amazing that you found all of /that/ factual information interesting but next you'll be telling us about some ko0oked out conspiracy theory based on blogs and tweets from russian hacker syndicates...
"nads" won't comment on this poast...
you live closer to them then i do and what are you doing to save the
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✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ On 2020-02-17 9:59 a.m., 💩's Owner 🐶笛 wrote:
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, LO AND BEHOLD; The Pathetic
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ Anti-Muslim Wannabe Homegrown Terrorist Posting as "💩
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ <***@gmail.com>" determined that the following was of
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ great importance and subsequently decided to freely share it with us in
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ <***@news.alt.net>:
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸I'vebeenresearchingasmuchasIcanabouttheCoronavirus,andcame
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸acrosssomethingalarming,calleda"cytokinestorm". 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸ThisfromtheScrippsResearchInstitute: 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸"Scientistshavemappedkeyelementsofasevereimmuneoverreaction--
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸a'cytokinestorm'--thatcanbothsickenandkillpatientswhoare
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸infectedwithcertainstrainsoffluvirus.Acytokinestormisan
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸overproductionofimmunecellsandtheiractivatingcompounds
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸(cytokines),which,inafluinfection,isoftenassociatedwitha
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸surgeofactivatedimmunecellsintothelungs.Theresultinglung
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸inflammationandfluidbuildupcanleadtorespiratorydistressandcan
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸becontaminatedbyasecondarybacterialpneumonia--oftenenhancing
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸themortalityinpatients." 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸IOW,there'ssomeindicationthatourimmunesystemcanoverreacttothe
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸virus,actuallymakingthingsworse.Thatmaybewhywe'reseeingthe
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸numberofCoronaviruscasesrapidlyrise,whilethenumberofrecovered
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸patientsisstillprettylow. 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Thismaybesomethingthatalotofpeople*won't*recoverfrom,either
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸killingpeopleslowly,orremainingchronic.Someresearchersthinkthe
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸SpanishFlu,whichhitinthreedistinct"waves,"wasmostdeadlyin
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸thesecondwaveduetopeoplebeingexposedasecondtime,which
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸inducedacytokinestorm...theconclusionbeingthattheviruskilled
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸manybycausingimmunesystemstogohaywire.Ontheotherhand,I
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸foundadetailedaccountoftheSpanishFlufromanothersourcethat
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸saidquitetheopposite...thosestrickenlaterwerelessseverally
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸affected.(Seelinkattheend) 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Withinfectedpeopleremainingasymptomaticforupto24days,thevirus
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸beinghighlycontagious,andaslowrecoveryrate,thiscouldbeOUR
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸"SpanishFlu".IthinkthingsinChinaarefarworsethanthey're
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸tellingus,andeffortstocontainitwillultimatelyfail.
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Quarantineshelp,butallittakesis*one*assholetosneakpasta
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸quarantineline.Wemayslowthespreadforacouplemonthsorso,but
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Ithinkthecat'salreadyoutofthebag.Thisistheparticular
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸populationthinningdisasterI'vefeared...andexpectedthemost. 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Here'salinktoaverythoroughaccountingoftheSpanishFlupandemic,
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸completewithnumerouslinkedreferences,fortheoneortwoofyouwho
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸havetheinterestandattentionspanslongenoughtotoreadit.
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸You'llfinditinteresting,informative,andpossiblyquiterelevantto
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸thecurrentoutbreak: 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/ 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸IwonderedhowlongittookaftertheintroductionoftheSpanishFlu
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸forpeopletorealizethegravityofthesituation,becauseIalso
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸wonderifwe'reunder-appreciatingthesituationtoday.Here'savery
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸tellingaccountoftheearlydays,fromthereferencecitedabove: 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸"But1918seemstohavebeenparticularlyviolent.Itbeganmildly,with
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸aspringwave.Infact,itwassomildthatsomephysicianswonderif
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸thisdiseaseactuallywasinfluenza.Typically,severalItaliandoctors
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸arguedinseparatejournalarticlesthatthis'febrilediseasenow
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸widelyprevalentinItaly[is]notinfluenza'(Policlinico,1918).
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Britishdoctorsechoedthatconclusion;aLancetarticleinJuly1918
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸arguedthatthespringepidemicwasnotinfluenzabecausethesymptoms,
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸thoughsimilartoinfluenza,were'ofveryshortdurationandsofar
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸absentofrelapsesorcomplications'(Littleetal.,1918)." 🐸 🐸 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ amazing that you found all of /that/ factual information interesting
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ but next you'll be telling us about some ko0oked out conspiracy theory
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ based on blogs and tweets from russian hacker syndicates... "nads" won't
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ comment on this poast...
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ you live closer to them then i do and what are you doing to save the
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ penguins

https://www.google.com/search?q=penguins+scores

"nads" won't comment on this poast...
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"Thanks to muzzies and their apologist-enablers like puppy whistle, this
seems to be the new norm in the world. It's spreading like a cancer,
and it's time we admit we're at war with pure evil. We need to put an
end to this muzzie plague, or life on Earth is going to become pure hell
everywhere. We need to get these people out of every civilized
country, and there's only one way to do it. IOW, we have to become
like them, with an emphasis on expediency over cruelty." - Checkmate (of alt.checkmate)

"Pussy Willow has just proven that Trump's crackdown on previously
unenforced immigration policies is working. We'll deal with the domestic
terrorists as needed, but we don't need to be letting the muzzie
terrorists get a foothold in our country too. One need only look at what
they're doing in Europe right now to know we're doing the right thing by
keeping them out, which is our right and our duty. - Checkmate (#1 pussy willow fan)

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"You just made puppy whistle's sig line longer." - Janithor

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"If I have a complaint about the (Southern Poverty) Law Center's description (of the alt-right movement), it is the phrase "heavy use of social media," which implies the alt-right is a real-world movement which uses a lot of social media. This is backwards: it is an online movement which occasionally appears in the real world. Where it gets punched." - Jason Rhode

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"I think we should destroy every last fucking mosque in America." - "Checkmate, DoW #1" <***@The.Edge> proves for us that white males are violent in Message-ID: <***@news.altopia.com>

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SWD
2020-02-17 17:46:38 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sir Gaygory's Owner's Owner 🐶笛
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, LO AND BEHOLD; The Pathetic
Anti-Muslim Wannabe Homegrown Terrorist Posting as "💩
importance and subsequently decided to freely share it with us in
🐸I'vebeenresearchingasmuchasIcanabouttheCoronavirus,andcame
🐸acrosssomethingalarming,calleda"cytokinestorm".
🐸
🐸
🐸"Scientistshavemappedkeyelementsofasevereimmuneoverreaction--
🐸a'cytokinestorm'--thatcanbothsickenandkillpatientswhoare
🐸infectedwithcertainstrainsoffluvirus.Acytokinestormisan
🐸overproductionofimmunecellsandtheiractivatingcompounds
🐸(cytokines),which,inafluinfection,isoftenassociatedwitha
🐸surgeofactivatedimmunecellsintothelungs.Theresultinglung
🐸inflammationandfluidbuildupcanleadtorespiratorydistressandcan
🐸becontaminatedbyasecondarybacterialpneumonia--oftenenhancing
🐸themortalityinpatients."
🐸
🐸IOW,there'ssomeindicationthatourimmunesystemcanoverreacttothe
🐸virus,actuallymakingthingsworse.Thatmaybewhywe'reseeingthe
🐸numberofCoronaviruscasesrapidlyrise,whilethenumberofrecovered
🐸patientsisstillprettylow.
🐸
🐸Thismaybesomethingthatalotofpeople*won't*recoverfrom,either
🐸killingpeopleslowly,orremainingchronic.Someresearchersthinkthe
🐸SpanishFlu,whichhitinthreedistinct"waves,"wasmostdeadlyin
🐸thesecondwaveduetopeoplebeingexposedasecondtime,which
🐸inducedacytokinestorm...theconclusionbeingthattheviruskilled
🐸manybycausingimmunesystemstogohaywire.Ontheotherhand,I
🐸foundadetailedaccountoftheSpanishFlufromanothersourcethat
🐸saidquitetheopposite...thosestrickenlaterwerelessseverally
🐸affected.(Seelinkattheend)
🐸
🐸Withinfectedpeopleremainingasymptomaticforupto24days,thevirus
🐸beinghighlycontagious,andaslowrecoveryrate,thiscouldbeOUR
🐸"SpanishFlu".IthinkthingsinChinaarefarworsethanthey're
🐸tellingus,andeffortstocontainitwillultimatelyfail.
🐸Quarantineshelp,butallittakesis*one*assholetosneakpasta
🐸quarantineline.Wemayslowthespreadforacouplemonthsorso,but
🐸Ithinkthecat'salreadyoutofthebag.Thisistheparticular
🐸populationthinningdisasterI'vefeared...andexpectedthemost.
🐸
🐸
🐸
🐸Here'salinktoaverythoroughaccountingoftheSpanishFlupandemic,
🐸completewithnumerouslinkedreferences,fortheoneortwoofyouwho
🐸havetheinterestandattentionspanslongenoughtotoreadit.
🐸You'llfinditinteresting,informative,andpossiblyquiterelevantto
🐸
🐸https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
🐸
🐸IwonderedhowlongittookaftertheintroductionoftheSpanishFlu
🐸forpeopletorealizethegravityofthesituation,becauseIalso
🐸wonderifwe'reunder-appreciatingthesituationtoday.Here'savery
🐸
🐸"But1918seemstohavebeenparticularlyviolent.Itbeganmildly,with
🐸aspringwave.Infact,itwassomildthatsomephysicianswonderif
🐸thisdiseaseactuallywasinfluenza.Typically,severalItaliandoctors
🐸arguedinseparatejournalarticlesthatthis'febrilediseasenow
🐸widelyprevalentinItaly[is]notinfluenza'(Policlinico,1918).
🐸Britishdoctorsechoedthatconclusion;aLancetarticleinJuly1918
🐸arguedthatthespringepidemicwasnotinfluenzabecausethesymptoms,
🐸thoughsimilartoinfluenza,were'ofveryshortdurationandsofar
🐸absentofrelapsesorcomplications'(Littleetal.,1918)."
🐸
🐸
🐸
amazing that you found all of /that/ factual information interesting but
next you'll be telling us about some ko0oked out conspiracy theory based
on blogs and tweets from russian hacker syndicates...
Obviously it is a plot to keep Social Security solvent by killing some
percentage of old farts like Checkmate and Gergles. A cabal of banksters
paid the Chinese to cook it up in some lab in Wuhan, then deliver it to
America and distribute it around nursing homes, but some idiot fumbled a
test-tube and now look what's happened.
Sir Gaygory's Owner's Owner 🐶笛
2020-02-18 05:23:17 UTC
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:46:38 -0000 (UTC), LO AND BEHOLD; SWD
<***@whitehouse.gov> determined that the following was of great
importance and subsequently decided to freely share it with us in
<r2ejhu$9oa$***@news.mixmin.net>:

✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 10:59:15 -0600, 💩's Owner 🐶笛
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ wrote:
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 01:05:05 -0800, LO AND BEHOLD; The Pathetic
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ Anti-Muslim Wannabe Homegrown Terrorist Posting as "💩
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ <***@gmail.com>" determined that the following was of
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ great importance and subsequently decided to freely share it with us in
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ <***@news.alt.net>:
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸I'vebeenresearchingasmuchasIcanabouttheCoronavirus,andcame
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸acrosssomethingalarming,calleda"cytokinestorm". 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸ThisfromtheScrippsResearchInstitute: 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸"Scientistshavemappedkeyelementsofasevereimmuneoverreaction--
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸a'cytokinestorm'--thatcanbothsickenandkillpatientswhoare
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸infectedwithcertainstrainsoffluvirus.Acytokinestormisan
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸overproductionofimmunecellsandtheiractivatingcompounds
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸(cytokines),which,inafluinfection,isoftenassociatedwitha
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸surgeofactivatedimmunecellsintothelungs.Theresultinglung
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸inflammationandfluidbuildupcanleadtorespiratorydistressandcan
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸becontaminatedbyasecondarybacterialpneumonia--oftenenhancing
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸themortalityinpatients." 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸IOW,there'ssomeindicationthatourimmunesystemcanoverreacttothe
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸virus,actuallymakingthingsworse.Thatmaybewhywe'reseeingthe
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸numberofCoronaviruscasesrapidlyrise,whilethenumberofrecovered
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸patientsisstillprettylow. 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Thismaybesomethingthatalotofpeople*won't*recoverfrom,either
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸killingpeopleslowly,orremainingchronic.Someresearchersthinkthe
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸SpanishFlu,whichhitinthreedistinct"waves,"wasmostdeadlyin
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸thesecondwaveduetopeoplebeingexposedasecondtime,which
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸inducedacytokinestorm...theconclusionbeingthattheviruskilled
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸manybycausingimmunesystemstogohaywire.Ontheotherhand,I
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸foundadetailedaccountoftheSpanishFlufromanothersourcethat
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸saidquitetheopposite...thosestrickenlaterwerelessseverally
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸affected.(Seelinkattheend) 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Withinfectedpeopleremainingasymptomaticforupto24days,thevirus
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸beinghighlycontagious,andaslowrecoveryrate,thiscouldbeOUR
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸"SpanishFlu".IthinkthingsinChinaarefarworsethanthey're
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸tellingus,andeffortstocontainitwillultimatelyfail.
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Quarantineshelp,butallittakesis*one*assholetosneakpasta
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸quarantineline.Wemayslowthespreadforacouplemonthsorso,but
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Ithinkthecat'salreadyoutofthebag.Thisistheparticular
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸populationthinningdisasterI'vefeared...andexpectedthemost. 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Here'salinktoaverythoroughaccountingoftheSpanishFlupandemic,
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸completewithnumerouslinkedreferences,fortheoneortwoofyouwho
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸havetheinterestandattentionspanslongenoughtotoreadit.
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸You'llfinditinteresting,informative,andpossiblyquiterelevantto
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸thecurrentoutbreak: 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/ 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸IwonderedhowlongittookaftertheintroductionoftheSpanishFlu
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸forpeopletorealizethegravityofthesituation,becauseIalso
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸wonderifwe'reunder-appreciatingthesituationtoday.Here'savery
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸tellingaccountoftheearlydays,fromthereferencecitedabove: 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸"But1918seemstohavebeenparticularlyviolent.Itbeganmildly,with
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸aspringwave.Infact,itwassomildthatsomephysicianswonderif
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸thisdiseaseactuallywasinfluenza.Typically,severalItaliandoctors
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸arguedinseparatejournalarticlesthatthis'febrilediseasenow
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸widelyprevalentinItaly[is]notinfluenza'(Policlinico,1918).
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸Britishdoctorsechoedthatconclusion;aLancetarticleinJuly1918
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸arguedthatthespringepidemicwasnotinfluenzabecausethesymptoms,
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸thoughsimilartoinfluenza,were'ofveryshortdurationandsofar
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ 🐸absentofrelapsesorcomplications'(Littleetal.,1918)." 🐸 🐸 🐸
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ amazing that you found all of /that/ factual information interesting
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ but next you'll be telling us about some ko0oked out conspiracy theory
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ ✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ based on blogs and tweets from russian hacker syndicates...
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ Obviously it is a plot to keep Social Security solvent by killing some
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ percentage of old farts like 💩 and Gergles. A cabal of
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ banksters paid the Chinese to cook it up in some lab in Wuhan, then
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ deliver it to America and distribute it around nursing homes, but some
✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡✡ idiot fumbled a test-tube and now look what's happened.
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Pandora
2020-02-17 17:28:10 UTC
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Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction --
a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds
(cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're
telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines
help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with
a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if
this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors
argued in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now
widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918).
British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918
argued that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms,
though similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far
absent of relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
%
2020-02-17 17:32:04 UTC
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Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction --
a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds
(cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're
telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines
help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with
a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if
this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors
argued in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now
widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918).
British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918
argued that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms,
though similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far
absent of relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
i had a joyce once but never a joy
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 17:40:49 UTC
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020, Pandora <***@peak.org> wrote:

<...>
Post by Pandora
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
I have a great deal of joy in my life. Particularly the
joy of knowing you're half a continent away. LOL.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
The Right And The Powerful
2020-02-17 18:26:11 UTC
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Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction --
a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds
(cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're
telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines
help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with
a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if
this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors
argued in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now
widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918).
British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918
argued that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms,
though similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far
absent of relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
%
2020-02-17 18:32:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Right And The Powerful
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction --
a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're
telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines
help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with
a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if
this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors
argued in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now
widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918).
British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918
argued that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms,
though similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far
absent of relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
this could end up bigger than the sweaters
Pandora
2020-02-18 16:33:56 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Right And The Powerful
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction
-- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who
are infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation
and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be
contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the
mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to
the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing
the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of
recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers
think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most
deadly in the second wave due to people being exposed a second time,
which induced a cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus
killed many by causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other
hand, I found a detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another
source that said quite the opposite... those stricken later were less
severally affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be
OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're
telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail.
Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a
quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you
who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it.
You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly,
with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians
wonder if this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several
Italian doctors argued in separate journal articles that this 'febrile
disease now widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza'
(Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet
article in July 1918 argued that the spring epidemic was not influenza
because the symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of very short
duration and so far absent of relapses or complications' (Little et
al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-18 20:01:35 UTC
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<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
%
2020-02-18 20:07:08 UTC
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Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
Pandora
2020-02-18 20:10:59 UTC
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Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
%
2020-02-18 20:16:35 UTC
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Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
he shouldn't be he's not much of a fighter ,
he never was and now he's really really old ,
so he'd be in big trouble in any physical situation
Checkmate
2020-02-18 20:33:15 UTC
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Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.

On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and it
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
--
Checkmate ®
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Nadegda
2020-02-18 20:50:34 UTC
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Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and it
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In that
case, "bring it".

But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.

<snicker>
--
FNVWe Nadegda

"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm with
you." -- Mike Godwin, Aug 13, 2017, 8:03 PM
Skeeter admits he mooches his mother's laptop:
http://al.howardknight.net/msgid.cgi?ID=154073947600
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-18 20:55:28 UTC
Permalink
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020, Nadegda <***@gmail.invalid> bragged...

<...>
Post by Nadegda
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In that
case, "bring it".
LOL, just how effective do you think your pepper spray will be
against my AK-47?
Post by Nadegda
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
Nice death threats, looozer!
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
Nadegda
2020-02-19 00:29:24 UTC
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Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 15:55:28 -0500, Stinky Eggzegglzz Hell, Fleabitten
Post by Nadegda
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
LOL, just how effective do you think your pepper spray will be against
my AK-47?
LOL, just how effective do you think an AK will be when you can't see to
aim the thing?

<snicker>
Post by Nadegda
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
Nice death threats, looozer!
Conspiracy kook thinks I cooked up COVID-19 in my volcano lair or
something.

LOL
--
FNVWe Nadegda

"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm with
you." -- Mike Godwin, Aug 13, 2017, 8:03 PM
Skeeter admits he mooches his mother's laptop:
http://al.howardknight.net/msgid.cgi?ID=154073947600
Nadegda
2020-02-19 00:34:41 UTC
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Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 15:55:28 -0500, Stinky Eggzegglzz Hell, Fleabitten
Post by Nadegda
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
LOL, just how effective do you think your pepper spray will be against
my AK-47?
LOL, just how effective do you think an AK will be when you can't see to
aim the thing?
<snicker>
Post by Nadegda
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
Nice death threats, looozer!
Conspiracy kook thinks I cooked up COVID-19 in my volcano lair or
something.
LOL
it's probably from the scrapings of your glass meth pipe
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-19 02:04:05 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 19 Feb 2020, Nadegda <***@gmail.invalid> wrote:

<...>
Post by Nadegda
Conspiracy kook thinks I cooked up COVID-19 in my volcano lair or
something.
LOL
I'm laughing AT YOU now because you are so ignorant
you don't understand that COVID-19 is the disease caused
by the new coronavirus which is named SARS-CoV-2.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/grows-virus-cell-culture.html

So, in your ignorance you think people think you cooked up
the disease and not the virus? What a fat, stupid cunt!
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
Checkmate
2020-02-19 12:04:37 UTC
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 21:04:05 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Nadegda
Conspiracy kook thinks I cooked up COVID-19 in my volcano lair or
something.
LOL
I'm laughing AT YOU now because you are so ignorant
you don't understand that COVID-19 is the disease caused
by the new coronavirus which is named SARS-CoV-2.
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/grows-virus-cell-culture.html
So, in your ignorance you think people think you cooked up
the disease and not the virus? What a fat, stupid cunt!
To be fair, we can't really verify the "fat" part.
--
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Skeeter
2020-02-19 03:01:40 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 19 Feb 2020 00:29:24 -0000 (UTC), Nadegda
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 15:55:28 -0500, Stinky Eggzegglzz Hell, Fleabitten
Post by Nadegda
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
LOL, just how effective do you think your pepper spray will be against
my AK-47?
LOL, just how effective do you think an AK will be when you can't see to
aim the thing?
You pussys would never get that close.
Post by Nadegda
<snicker>
Post by Nadegda
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
Nice death threats, looozer!
Conspiracy kook thinks I cooked up COVID-19 in my volcano lair or
something.
LOL
Checkmate
2020-02-19 12:02:37 UTC
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On Wed, 19 Feb 2020 00:29:24 -0000 (UTC) Nadegda put forth the
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 15:55:28 -0500, Stinky Eggzegglzz Hell, Fleabitten
Post by Nadegda
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
LOL, just how effective do you think your pepper spray will be against
my AK-47?
LOL, just how effective do you think an AK will be when you can't see to
aim the thing?
<snicker>
Post by Nadegda
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
Nice death threats, looozer!
Conspiracy kook thinks I cooked up COVID-19 in my volcano lair or
something.
LOL
Probably your cauldron.
--
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http://youtu.be/wT-8Dm1VThc

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***************************************************

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Destroyer of the AUK Ko0k Awards (Post-Burnore)
Co-winner Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker
award May 2001, (Brethern of Beelzebub troll)
Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker award, Feb 2012

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Philosopher, Humanitarian
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Checkmate
2020-02-19 12:01:57 UTC
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 15:55:28 -0500 "Sir Hømer Hall, Esq." put forth
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Nadegda
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In that
case, "bring it".
LOL, just how effective do you think your pepper spray will be
against my AK-47?
Post by Nadegda
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
Nice death threats, looozer!
That's just her idea of foreplay.
--
Checkmate ®
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all rights reserved

http://youtu.be/wT-8Dm1VThc

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Message-ID: <pbg8ne$p9k$***@dont-email.me>
***************************************************

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Destroyer of the AUK Ko0k Awards (Post-Burnore)
Co-winner Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker
award May 2001, (Brethern of Beelzebub troll)
Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker award, Feb 2012

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Philosopher, Humanitarian
Poet, Elektrishun to the Stars
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In loving memory of The Battle Kitten
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%
2020-02-18 21:02:47 UTC
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Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In that
case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
i will never be gone i'm having myself ,
stuffed by a taxidermy when i go so you will ,
still be able to suck my bodeeney after i'm dead ,
it won't matter that it don't get hard ,
it never did when you sucked it and i was alive anyway
Checkmate
2020-02-21 20:55:15 UTC
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 14:02:47 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
Post by %
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In that
case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
i will never be gone i'm having myself ,
stuffed by a taxidermy when i go so you will ,
still be able to suck my bodeeney after i'm dead ,
it won't matter that it don't get hard ,
it never did when you sucked it and i was alive anyway
The Great Bodeeny?
--
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http://youtu.be/wT-8Dm1VThc

***************************************************
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kensi." -Nadegda
Message-ID: <pbg8ne$p9k$***@dont-email.me>
***************************************************

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Destroyer of the AUK Ko0k Awards (Post-Burnore)
Co-winner Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker
award May 2001, (Brethern of Beelzebub troll)
Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker award, Feb 2012

Author, Humorist, Cynic
Philosopher, Humanitarian
Poet, Elektrishun to the Stars
Usenet Shot-Caller

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%
2020-02-21 20:58:11 UTC
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Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 14:02:47 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
Post by %
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In that
case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
i will never be gone i'm having myself ,
stuffed by a taxidermy when i go so you will ,
still be able to suck my bodeeney after i'm dead ,
it won't matter that it don't get hard ,
it never did when you sucked it and i was alive anyway
The Great Bodeeny?
the shrill of the tufted bodeeny
Skeeter
2020-02-18 23:13:42 UTC
Permalink
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:50:34 -0000 (UTC), Nadegda
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In that
case, "bring it".
What the fuck you got? Starbucks?
Post by Nadegda
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
Spoken like a true American.
Checkmate
2020-02-19 12:00:46 UTC
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:50:34 -0000 (UTC) Nadegda put forth the
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In that
case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
--
Checkmate ®
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***************************************************

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Destroyer of the AUK Ko0k Awards (Post-Burnore)
Co-winner Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker
award May 2001, (Brethern of Beelzebub troll)
Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker award, Feb 2012

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Nadegda
2020-02-19 20:08:28 UTC
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Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:50:34 -0000 (UTC) Nadegda put forth the
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes,
Post by Checkmate
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by Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me
back sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.

<snicker>
--
FNVWe Nadegda

"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm with
you." -- Mike Godwin, Aug 13, 2017, 8:03 PM
% <***@gmail.com> admits he has erectile dysfunction:
<***@news.alt.net>
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-19 20:14:59 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 19 Feb 2020, Nadegda <***@gmail.invalid> fantasized...

<...>
Post by Nadegda
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.
LOL, little Nadzi talks a good game but when it
comes to action she will be running away along
with all her Antifa rabble pals.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
%
2020-02-19 20:15:30 UTC
Permalink
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:50:34 -0000 (UTC) Nadegda put forth the
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes,
Post by Checkmate
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by Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me
back sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.
<snicker>
you can't fight in flip flops and a tube top ,
and i for one don't want your hooters flappin up the room
Checkmate
2020-02-21 20:55:13 UTC
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On Wed, 19 Feb 2020 13:15:30 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
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Post by Nadegda
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me
back sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.
<snicker>
you can't fight in flip flops and a tube top ,
and i for one don't want your hooters flappin up the room
I'm gonna have to LOL that.
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Skeeter
2020-02-20 01:49:46 UTC
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Post by Nadegda
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:50:34 -0000 (UTC) Nadegda put forth the
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me
back sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.
<snicker>
You couldn't muster the strength to pull the zip ties shut.
Checkmate
2020-02-21 20:55:06 UTC
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On Wed, 19 Feb 2020 20:08:28 -0000 (UTC) Nadegda put forth the
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me
back sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.
<snicker>
You'd be riding me like a stallion, and you'd break up with your Sybian.
I just don't know if I could take that much weight.
--
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Nadegda
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me
back sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.
<snicker>
You'd b<SMACKAKOOK!>
What was that? I thought I heard something. It was a sort of dull droning
noise.

<snicker>
--
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2020-02-21 23:35:06 UTC
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Post by Nadegda
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Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me
back sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.
<snicker>
You'd b<SMACKAKOOK!>
What was that? I thought I heard something. It was a sort of dull droning
noise.
<snicker>
and that's what losers do when hit with the truth.
kensi
2020-02-22 05:53:01 UTC
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On Fri, 21 Feb 2020 22:44:55 -0000 (UTC), Nadegda
Post by Nadegda
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Post by Checkmate
You'd b<SMACKAKOOK!>
What was that? I thought I heard something. It was a sort of dull droning
noise.
<snicker>
and that's what losers do when hit with the truth.
They make droning noises like Checkmate did?

*snicker*
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the known by the unknown is a form of theological lunacy." ~David Brooks
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On Sat, 22 Feb 2020 00:53:01 -0500 kensi put forth the following
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Post by Jack Shit
On Fri, 21 Feb 2020 22:44:55 -0000 (UTC), Nadegda
Post by Nadegda
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Post by Checkmate
You'd b<SMACKAKOOK!>
What was that? I thought I heard something. It was a sort of dull droning
noise.
<snicker>
and that's what losers do when hit with the truth.
They make droning noises like Checkmate did?
*snicker*
That droning noise you heard, was a remote controlled dildo flying up your
gaping sphincter.
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On Sat, 22 Feb 2020 00:53:01 -0500 kensi put forth the following
Post by kensi
Post by Jack Shit
On Fri, 21 Feb 2020 22:44:55 -0000 (UTC), Nadegda
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
You'd b<SMACKAKOOK!>
What was that? I thought I heard something. It was a sort of dull droning
noise.
<snicker>
and that's what losers do when hit with the truth.
They make droning noises like Checkmate did?
*snicker*
That droning noise you heard, was a remote controlled dildo flying up your
gaping sphincter.
KOOKRAPETHREAT! Not very credible, unless you're planning a visit to
Finland sometime soon, but kensi might nonetheless want to contemplate
taking out a restraining order against you, creep.

Just in case.
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On Sat, 22 Feb 2020 00:53:01 -0500 kensi put forth the following
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Post by Jack Shit
On Fri, 21 Feb 2020 22:44:55 -0000 (UTC), Nadegda
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
You'd b<SMACKAKOOK!>
What was that? I thought I heard something. It was a sort of dull droning
noise.
<snicker>
and that's what losers do when hit with the truth.
They make droning noises like Checkmate did?
*snicker*
That droning noise you heard, was a remote controlled dildo flying up your
gaping sphincter.
KOOKRAPETHREAT! Not very credible, unless you're planning a visit to
Finland sometime soon, but kensi might nonetheless want to contemplate
taking out a restraining order against you, creep.
Just in case.
kensi couldn't take a tit out of a bra
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On Sat, 22 Feb 2020 07:31:31 -0000 (UTC) Nadegda put forth the
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On Sat, 22 Feb 2020 00:53:01 -0500 kensi put forth the following
Post by kensi
Post by Jack Shit
On Fri, 21 Feb 2020 22:44:55 -0000 (UTC), Nadegda
Post by Nadegda
Time to trigger the right-wing snowflakes again. Melt, snowflakes, melt!
Post by Checkmate
You'd b<SMACKAKOOK!>
What was that? I thought I heard something. It was a sort of dull droning
noise.
<snicker>
and that's what losers do when hit with the truth.
They make droning noises like Checkmate did?
*snicker*
That droning noise you heard, was a remote controlled dildo flying up your
gaping sphincter.
KOOKRAPETHREAT! Not very credible, unless you're planning a visit to
Finland sometime soon, but kensi might nonetheless want to contemplate
taking out a restraining order against you, creep.
Just in case.
Meanwhile, I'll grease up my nosecone...
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 20:10:59 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me
back sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and
it
Post by Checkmate
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Nonsense. Though we are prepared if right-wingers start something. In
that case, "bring it".
But in all likelihood we won't have to. COVID-19 has a fairly high
mortality in geriatric losers, especially pill-popping ones with
preexisting health conditions, which means there's a decent probability
that neither you, nor %, nor Gzzerglz, nor the Cheeto Benito will be
troubling us much longer.
<snicker>
It'll take a lot more than that to get rid of me, Youngster. I'm still
doing hard physical work like I did in my Twenties. Viruses run from me,
and I could hump you like a jackrabbit... especially if you were on top,
and I was also "tickling your fancy," IYKWIMAITYD...
If I am ever on top of you, it will be with my knee digging into the small
of your back while I ziptie your wrists to make a citizen's arrest for
attempted rape, creepazoid.
<snicker>
You'd b<SMACKAKOOK!>
What was that? I thought I heard something. It was a sort of dull droning
noise.
<snicker>
Try pulling your head out of your poop chute.
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🐸Warning!AlwayswearANSIapprovedsafetygoggleswhenreadingpostsby
🐸💩.
🐸
🐸OnTue,18Feb202020:10:59+0000(UTC)Pandoraputforththe
🐸followingnotion,whichwasdulynotedandrecorded:
🐸
🐸
🐸🐸OnTue,18Feb202013:07:08-0700,%wrote:
🐸🐸🐸On2020-02-181:01p.m.,"SirH�merHall,Esq."wrote:
🐸🐸🐸🐸OnTue,18Feb2020,Pandora<***@peak.org>wrote:
🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸OnMon,17Feb2020,TheRightAndThePowerfulwrote:
🐸🐸🐸🐸<...>
🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸Iwouldhavejoyinmylifetohugyouandifyouhuggedmeback
🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸sincerely.That'sjusttheoreticalunfortunately.
🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸Thatisverysweetofyou.
🐸🐸🐸🐸Smacksofdesperation,IMO.
🐸🐸🐸saysthestockpileofmilitarydefensedevices
🐸🐸He'shopingforawar.
🐸
🐸Conservativesaren'tlookingforawar.Libtardsareplanningone,and
🐸itstartswiththecowardlyantifapunkswhodressinblack,covertheir
🐸faces,wearhelmets,andsurroundelderlycitizens,pokingthemwith
🐸metal-tippedumbrellas.Youknow,likefascists.

did a libtard poke away all of your ex-wives?

"nads" won't comment on this poast...
--
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THIS SPACE FOR RENT
http://youtu.be/iB6B8jGSdLA

"Thanks to muzzies and their apologist-enablers like puppy whistle, this
seems to be the new norm in the world. It's spreading like a cancer,
and it's time we admit we're at war with pure evil. We need to put an
end to this muzzie plague, or life on Earth is going to become pure hell
everywhere. We need to get these people out of every civilized
country, and there's only one way to do it. IOW, we have to become
like them, with an emphasis on expediency over cruelty." - Checkmate (of alt.checkmate)

"Pussy Willow has just proven that Trump's crackdown on previously
unenforced immigration policies is working. We'll deal with the domestic
terrorists as needed, but we don't need to be letting the muzzie
terrorists get a foothold in our country too. One need only look at what
they're doing in Europe right now to know we're doing the right thing by
keeping them out, which is our right and our duty. - Checkmate (#1 pussy willow fan)

-

"You just made puppy whistle's sig line longer." - Janithor

-

"If I have a complaint about the (Southern Poverty) Law Center's description (of the alt-right movement), it is the phrase "heavy use of social media," which implies the alt-right is a real-world movement which uses a lot of social media. This is backwards: it is an online movement which occasionally appears in the real world. Where it gets punched." - Jason Rhode

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Special Ops Cody Memorial Purple Heart, November 2006
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Tony Sidaway Memorial "Drama Queen" Award, November 2006
Busted Urinal Award, April 2007
Order of the Holey Sockpuppet, September 2007
Barbara Woodhouse Memorial Dog Whistle, September 2006
Barbara Woodhouse Memorial Dog Whistle, April 2008
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mixed nuts
2020-02-18 22:39:41 UTC
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Post by %
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by Pandora
Post by The Right And The Powerful
I would have joy in my life to hug you and if you hugged me back
sincerely. That's just theoretical unfortunately.
That is very sweet of you.
Smacks of desperation, IMO.
says the stock pile of military defense devices
He's hoping for a war.
Conservatives aren't looking for a war. Libtards are planning one, and it
starts with the cowardly antifa punks who dress in black, cover their
faces, wear helmets, and surround elderly citizens, poking them with
metal-tipped umbrellas. You know, like fascists.
Wars are very very good for the billionaires because they get a lot of
money for making war machines and supplies and handling the logistics
and intelligence gathering and whatnot. Then, after everything gets the
shit bombed out of it, they get to own all the stuff and make a lot of
money from repairs and restoration of damaged infrastructure and when
the time to honer the heroes comes, they get to provide health care and
parade flags and venue preparation and cleanup services. Billionaires
are very very conservative and loyal, unless they're running for
president - then they switch over for a bit.
--
Grizzly H.
Checkmate
2020-02-17 19:43:44 UTC
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and came
across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction --
a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who are
infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is an
overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of activated
immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung inflammation and fluid
buildup can lead to respiratory distress and can be contaminated by a
secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in
patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to the
virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're seeing the
number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number of recovered
patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from, either
killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers think the
Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most deadly in the
second wave due to people being exposed a second time, which induced a
cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a
detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected. (See
link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the virus
being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could be OUR
"Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than they're
telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines
help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you who
have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it. You'll
find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant to the
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a very
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly, with
a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians wonder if
this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several Italian doctors
argued in separate journal articles that this 'febrile disease now
widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918).
British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918
argued that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms,
though similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far
absent of relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of dealing
with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along with you.
--
Checkmate ®
Copyright © 2020
all rights reserved

http://youtu.be/wT-8Dm1VThc

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Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 19:56:42 UTC
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020, Pandora put forth....
<...>
Post by Pandora
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of dealing
with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along with you.
Indeed! There are none so blind as those who will not see.
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
%
2020-02-17 20:00:14 UTC
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Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020, Pandora put forth....
<...>
Post by Pandora
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of dealing
with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along with you.
Indeed! There are none so blind as those who will not see.
right on mister magoo
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 20:11:16 UTC
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020, % <***@gmail.com> wrote:

<...>
Post by %
right on mister magoo
Your face is longer than those on Mt. Rushmore.

LOL
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
%
2020-02-17 20:17:23 UTC
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Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by %
right on mister magoo
Your face is longer than those on Mt. Rushmore.
LOL
you have never seen my face so ,
any comments you make about it are a lie ,
i however have seen photos of your face
Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
2020-02-17 20:25:09 UTC
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Post by %
you have never seen my face so ,
any comments you make about it are a lie ,
i however have seen photos of your face
PPOSTFU!
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregøry

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I
could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came
to die, discover that I had not lived.--Henry David Thoreau
%
2020-02-17 20:34:03 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
Post by %
you have never seen my face so ,
any comments you make about it are a lie ,
i however have seen photos of your face
PPOSTFU!
snippage readded to show the stupidity
Post by Sir Hømer Hall, Esq.
<...>
Post by %
right on mister magoo
Your face is longer than those on Mt. Rushmore.
LOL
you have never seen my face so ,
any comments you make about it are a lie ,
i however have seen photos of your face

as for your request to post proof ,
what do you want proof of now that i refixed the thread
Pandora
2020-02-18 16:42:54 UTC
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Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and
came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction
-- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who
are infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is
an overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds
(cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress and
can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often
enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to
the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're
seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number
of recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers
think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most
deadly in the second wave due to people being exposed a second time,
which induced a cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus
killed many by causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other
hand, I found a detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another
source that said quite the opposite... those stricken later were less
severally affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could
be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than
they're telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail.
Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a
quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you
who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it.
You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a
very telling account of the early days, from the reference cited
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly,
with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians
wonder if this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several
Italian doctors argued in separate journal articles that this
'febrile disease now widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza'
(Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet
article in July 1918 argued that the spring epidemic was not
influenza because the symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of
very short duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of dealing
with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I have
while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
%
2020-02-18 18:27:37 UTC
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Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and
came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction
-- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who
are infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is
an overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds
(cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress and
can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often
enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to
the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're
seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number
of recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers
think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most
deadly in the second wave due to people being exposed a second time,
which induced a cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus
killed many by causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other
hand, I found a detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another
source that said quite the opposite... those stricken later were less
severally affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could
be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than
they're telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail.
Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a
quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you
who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it.
You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a
very telling account of the early days, from the reference cited
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly,
with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians
wonder if this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several
Italian doctors argued in separate journal articles that this
'febrile disease now widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza'
(Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet
article in July 1918 argued that the spring epidemic was not
influenza because the symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of
very short duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of dealing
with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I have
while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Checkmate
2020-02-18 19:44:12 UTC
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Checkmate.

On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 11:27:37 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and
came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction
-- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who
are infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is
an overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds
(cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress and
can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often
enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to
the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're
seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number
of recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers
think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most
deadly in the second wave due to people being exposed a second time,
which induced a cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus
killed many by causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other
hand, I found a detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another
source that said quite the opposite... those stricken later were less
severally affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could
be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than
they're telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail.
Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a
quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you
who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it.
You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a
very telling account of the early days, from the reference cited
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly,
with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians
wonder if this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several
Italian doctors argued in separate journal articles that this
'febrile disease now widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza'
(Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet
article in July 1918 argued that the spring epidemic was not
influenza because the symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of
very short duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of dealing
with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I have
while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
--
Checkmate ®
Copyright © 2020
all rights reserved

http://youtu.be/wT-8Dm1VThc

***************************************************
"I am the author of nearly as much kook butthurt as
kensi." -Nadegda
Message-ID: <pbg8ne$p9k$***@dont-email.me>
***************************************************

AUK Hammer of Thor award, Feb. 2012 (Pre-Burnore)
Destroyer of the AUK Ko0k Awards (Post-Burnore)
Co-winner Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker
award May 2001, (Brethern of Beelzebub troll)
Pierre Salinger Hook, Line & Sinker award, Feb 2012

Author, Humorist, Cynic
Philosopher, Humanitarian
Poet, Elektrishun to the Stars
Usenet Shot-Caller

In loving memory of The Battle Kitten
May 2010-February 12, 2017
%
2020-02-18 19:53:53 UTC
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Post by Checkmate
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Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 11:27:37 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and
came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune overreaction
-- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and kill patients who
are infected with certain strains of flu virus. A cytokine storm is
an overproduction of immune cells and their activating compounds
(cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress and
can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia -- often
enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact to
the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're
seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the number
of recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some researchers
think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct "waves," was most
deadly in the second wave due to people being exposed a second time,
which induced a cytokine storm... the conclusion being that the virus
killed many by causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other
hand, I found a detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another
source that said quite the opposite... those stricken later were less
severally affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this could
be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse than
they're telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately fail.
Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a
quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population thinning
disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of you
who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to read it.
You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly quite relevant
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish Flu
for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I also
wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today. Here's a
very telling account of the early days, from the reference cited
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began mildly,
with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some physicians
wonder if this disease actually was influenza. Typically, several
Italian doctors argued in separate journal articles that this
'febrile disease now widely prevalent in Italy [is] not influenza'
(Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet
article in July 1918 argued that the spring epidemic was not
influenza because the symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of
very short duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of dealing
with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I have
while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
it's only a half glass
Pandora
2020-02-18 20:09:16 UTC
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Post by %
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate.
On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 11:27:37 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts
by Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
Post by Pandora
Post by Checkmate
I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and
came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune
overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and
kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu virus.
A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells and their
activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress
and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia --
often enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact
to the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're
seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the
number of recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some
researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct
"waves," was most deadly in the second wave due to people being
exposed a second time, which induced a cytokine storm... the
conclusion being that the virus killed many by causing immune
systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a detailed
account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite the
opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected.
(See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this
could be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse
than they're telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately
fail. Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak
past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population
thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of
you who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to
read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish
Flu for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I
also wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today.
Here's a very telling account of the early days, from the
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began
mildly, with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some
physicians wonder if this disease actually was influenza.
Typically, several Italian doctors argued in separate journal
articles that this 'febrile disease now widely prevalent in Italy
[is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed
that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that the
spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though
similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far
absent of relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of
dealing with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along
with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I
have while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
it's only a half glass
Heh.
Pandora
2020-02-18 20:09:40 UTC
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I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and
came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune
overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and
kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu virus.
A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells and their
activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress
and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia --
often enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact
to the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're
seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the
number of recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some
researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct
"waves," was most deadly in the second wave due to people being
exposed a second time, which induced a cytokine storm... the
conclusion being that the virus killed many by causing immune
systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a detailed
account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite the
opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected.
(See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this
could be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse
than they're telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately
fail. Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak
past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population
thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of
you who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to
read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish
Flu for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I
also wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today.
Here's a very telling account of the early days, from the
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began
mildly, with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some
physicians wonder if this disease actually was influenza.
Typically, several Italian doctors argued in separate journal
articles that this 'febrile disease now widely prevalent in Italy
[is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed
that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that the
spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though
similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far
absent of relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of
dealing with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along
with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I
have while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
Unlike yours which seems to be empty.
Checkmate
2020-02-18 20:29:25 UTC
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I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus, and
came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune
overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and
kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu virus.
A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells and their
activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress
and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia --
often enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can overreact
to the virus, actually making things worse. That may be why we're
seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly rise, while the
number of recovered patients is still pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover from,
either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some
researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct
"waves," was most deadly in the second wave due to people being
exposed a second time, which induced a cytokine storm... the
conclusion being that the virus killed many by causing immune
systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a detailed
account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite the
opposite... those stricken later were less severally affected.
(See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days, the
virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate, this
could be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are far worse
than they're telling us, and efforts to contain it will ultimately
fail. Quarantines help, but all it takes is *one* asshole to sneak
past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population
thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of
you who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to
read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the Spanish
Flu for people to realize the gravity of the situation, because I
also wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation today.
Here's a very telling account of the early days, from the
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began
mildly, with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some
physicians wonder if this disease actually was influenza.
Typically, several Italian doctors argued in separate journal
articles that this 'febrile disease now widely prevalent in Italy
[is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British doctors echoed
that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued that the
spring epidemic was not influenza because the symptoms, though
similar to influenza, were 'of very short duration and so far
absent of relapses or complications' (Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of
dealing with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take along
with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I
have while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
Unlike yours which seems to be empty.
It was half full before you said "Look over there!"
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Pandora
2020-02-18 21:08:57 UTC
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
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I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus,
and came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune
overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and
kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu
virus. A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells
and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress
and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia --
often enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can
overreact to the virus, actually making things worse. That may
be why we're seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly
rise, while the number of recovered patients is still pretty
low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover
from, either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some
researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct
"waves," was most deadly in the second wave due to people being
exposed a second time, which induced a cytokine storm... the
conclusion being that the virus killed many by causing immune
systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a detailed
account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally
affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days,
the virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate,
this could be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are
far worse than they're telling us, and efforts to contain it
will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but all it takes is
*one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think
the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population
thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of
you who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to
read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the
Spanish Flu for people to realize the gravity of the situation,
because I also wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation
today. Here's a very telling account of the early days, from
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began
mildly, with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some
physicians wonder if this disease actually was influenza.
Typically, several Italian doctors argued in separate journal
articles that this 'febrile disease now widely prevalent in
Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British doctors
echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued
that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the
symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of very short
duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of
dealing with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take
along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I
have while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
Unlike yours which seems to be empty.
It was half full before you said "Look over there!"
I never said any such thing.
%
2020-02-18 21:27:38 UTC
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 11:27:37 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
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posts by Checkmate.
On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
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I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus,
and came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune
overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and
kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu
virus. A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells
and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress
and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia --
often enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can
overreact to the virus, actually making things worse. That may
be why we're seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly
rise, while the number of recovered patients is still pretty
low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover
from, either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some
researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct
"waves," was most deadly in the second wave due to people being
exposed a second time, which induced a cytokine storm... the
conclusion being that the virus killed many by causing immune
systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a detailed
account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally
affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days,
the virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate,
this could be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are
far worse than they're telling us, and efforts to contain it
will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but all it takes is
*one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I think
the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population
thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of
you who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to
read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the
Spanish Flu for people to realize the gravity of the situation,
because I also wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation
today. Here's a very telling account of the early days, from
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began
mildly, with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some
physicians wonder if this disease actually was influenza.
Typically, several Italian doctors argued in separate journal
articles that this 'febrile disease now widely prevalent in
Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British doctors
echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued
that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the
symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of very short
duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of
dealing with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take
along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I
have while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
Unlike yours which seems to be empty.
It was half full before you said "Look over there!"
I never said any such thing.
did you want to
Pandora
2020-02-18 22:09:52 UTC
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 11:27:37 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
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I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus,
and came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune
overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and
kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu
virus. A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells
and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress
and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia --
often enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can
overreact to the virus, actually making things worse. That may
be why we're seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly
rise, while the number of recovered patients is still pretty
low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover
from, either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some
researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct
"waves," was most deadly in the second wave due to people being
exposed a second time, which induced a cytokine storm... the
conclusion being that the virus killed many by causing immune
systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a detailed
account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally
affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days,
the virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate,
this could be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are
far worse than they're telling us, and efforts to contain it
will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but all it takes is
*one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I
think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population
thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of
you who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to
read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the
Spanish Flu for people to realize the gravity of the situation,
because I also wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation
today. Here's a very telling account of the early days, from
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began
mildly, with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some
physicians wonder if this disease actually was influenza.
Typically, several Italian doctors argued in separate journal
articles that this 'febrile disease now widely prevalent in
Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British doctors
echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued
that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the
symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of very short
duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of
dealing with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take
along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I
have while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
Unlike yours which seems to be empty.
It was half full before you said "Look over there!"
I never said any such thing.
did you want to
Nope.
%
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On Tue, 18 Feb 2020 11:27:37 -0700 % put forth the following notion,
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
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I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus,
and came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune
overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken and
kill patients who are infected with certain strains of flu
virus. A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune cells
and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge of
activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory distress
and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial pneumonia --
often enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can
overreact to the virus, actually making things worse. That may
be why we're seeing the number of Coronavirus cases rapidly
rise, while the number of recovered patients is still pretty
low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover
from, either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic. Some
researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three distinct
"waves," was most deadly in the second wave due to people being
exposed a second time, which induced a cytokine storm... the
conclusion being that the virus killed many by causing immune
systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I found a detailed
account of the Spanish Flu from another source that said quite
the opposite... those stricken later were less severally
affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24 days,
the virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery rate,
this could be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in China are
far worse than they're telling us, and efforts to contain it
will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but all it takes is
*one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I
think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population
thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish Flu
pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two of
you who have the interest and attention spans long enough to to
read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and possibly
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the
Spanish Flu for people to realize the gravity of the situation,
because I also wonder if we're under-appreciating the situation
today. Here's a very telling account of the early days, from
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began
mildly, with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some
physicians wonder if this disease actually was influenza.
Typically, several Italian doctors argued in separate journal
articles that this 'febrile disease now widely prevalent in
Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British doctors
echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918 argued
that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the
symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of very short
duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of
dealing with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take
along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what I
have while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
Unlike yours which seems to be empty.
It was half full before you said "Look over there!"
I never said any such thing.
did you want to
Nope.
then why did you only half fill all the cups
Pandora
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2020 17:28:10 +0000 (UTC) Pandora put forth the
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I've been researching as much as I can about the Coronavirus,
and came across something alarming, called a "cytokine storm".
"Scientists have mapped key elements of a severe immune
overreaction -- a 'cytokine storm' -- that can both sicken
and kill patients who are infected with certain strains of
flu virus. A cytokine storm is an overproduction of immune
cells and their activating compounds (cytokines),
which, in a flu infection, is often associated with a surge
of activated immune cells into the lungs. The resulting lung
inflammation and fluid buildup can lead to respiratory
distress and can be contaminated by a secondary bacterial
pneumonia -- often enhancing the mortality in patients."
IOW, there's some indication that our immune system can
overreact to the virus, actually making things worse. That
may be why we're seeing the number of Coronavirus cases
rapidly rise, while the number of recovered patients is still
pretty low.
This may be something that a lot of people *won't* recover
from, either killing people slowly, or remaining chronic.
Some researchers think the Spanish Flu, which hit in three
distinct "waves," was most deadly in the second wave due to
people being exposed a second time, which induced a cytokine
storm... the conclusion being that the virus killed many by
causing immune systems to go haywire. On the other hand, I
found a detailed account of the Spanish Flu from another
source that said quite the opposite... those stricken later
were less severally affected. (See link at the end)
With infected people remaining asymptomatic for up to 24
days, the virus being highly contagious, and a slow recovery
rate, this could be OUR "Spanish Flu". I think things in
China are far worse than they're telling us, and efforts to
contain it will ultimately fail. Quarantines help, but all it
takes is *one* asshole to sneak past a quarantine line.
We may slow the spread for a couple months or so, but I
think the cat's
already out of the bag. This is the particular population
thinning disaster I've feared... and expected the most.
Here's a link to a very thorough accounting of the Spanish
Flu pandemic,
complete with numerous linked references, for the one or two
of you who have the interest and attention spans long enough
to to read it. You'll find it interesting, informative, and
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22148/
I wondered how long it took after the introduction of the
Spanish Flu for people to realize the gravity of the situation,
because I also wonder if we're under-appreciating the
situation today. Here's a very telling account of the early
"But 1918 seems to have been particularly violent. It began
mildly, with a spring wave. In fact, it was so mild that some
physicians wonder if this disease actually was influenza.
Typically, several Italian doctors argued in separate journal
articles that this 'febrile disease now widely prevalent in
Italy [is] not influenza' (Policlinico, 1918). British
doctors echoed that conclusion; a Lancet article in July 1918
argued that the spring epidemic was not influenza because the
symptoms, though similar to influenza, were 'of very short
duration and so far absent of relapses or complications'
(Little et al., 1918)."
Such doom and gloom. Do you not have any joy in your life?
You can laugh all the way to the hospital if that's your way of
dealing with life. Be sure to cut a few of your roses to take
along with you.
I'm not laughing but unlike you, I'm enjoying what I can of what
I have while I have it, not pissing and moaning into the wind.
LOL
Her glass is half full.
Unlike yours which seems to be empty.
It was half full before you said "Look over there!"
I never said any such thing.
did you want to
Nope.
then why did you only half fill all the cups
Did I?
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