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    Really now? 1) I can't picture a cat...

    Really now?

    1) I can't picture a cat tolerating that.

    2) Look at the position of that mask--how is it being held in that position?!

    3) We see a leash--but there's nothing on the cat to...
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    Exactly. Covid deaths are easy to greatly...

    [/QUOTE] Why would any rational person think a comparison between an easily avoidable death from disease and not easily prevented shooting deaths is relevant?

    I did notice the the story from...
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    1) The risk isn't very close to zero. 2) ...

    Tom, I’m assuming you’re vaccinated. Your risk of hospitalization or death from the rona is very close to zero. Live your life. Be free. Don’t worry about others who can do no harm to...
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    You're aware that the risk to non-infant children...

    You're aware that the risk to non-infant children from the seasonal flu is also very low?

    There's also the problem of kids bringing Covid home and killing their parents or grandparents.
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    Injection is used for things that won't survive...

    Nothing wrong with eating a vaccine, I've done it. It's just most vaccines can't survive that route.[/QUOTE]
    I would imagine if eating the vaccine were as efficacious as getting an injection then...
  6. Greed is the most common cause of fucked...

    Extreme poverty doesn't require a concentration of wealth. It can simply be a royally fucked economy.[/QUOTE]

    You don't understand, then, what fucks up economies.[/QUOTE]

    Greed is the most...
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    Resources aren't infinite. It has...

    Yes, what the police suspect to be the situation plays a big role in the sort of search that's mounted.

    The police generally only put in much effort when it's someone they suspect is in danger and...
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    I would guess that teenage girls are more likely...

    You sure about that? Or is that just your impression from watching the news? Here's a breakdown of NCIC missing persons files in the United State in 2020 by gender, split into two age cohorts (under...
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    So you're a mega-prepper? :)

    So you're a mega-prepper? :)
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    This. It took nearly a year for a EUA for a...

    A huge one is simple economics.

    It costs a gazillion dollars to research, develop, test, and get approval for the first vaccination. After that, it costs a couple of bucks to make another. The...
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    Exactly. His actions scream guilt. I could see...

    The boyfriend is following his counsel's advice, and I don't blame him for not talking to the police. Even if he is innocent and knows nothing about the circumstances of Gabby's death (assuming the...
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    Should we conclude that space flight is a shitty...

    Should we conclude that space flight is a shitty experience?
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    Most human male peacocking is via wealth and...

    It actually has a lot more to do with how much competition (and how aggressive the competition) there is for mating. Given that in many species males are significantly more aggressive toward each...
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    Yes, what the police suspect to be the situation...

    Yes, what the police suspect to be the situation plays a big role in the sort of search that's mounted.

    The police generally only put in much effort when it's someone they suspect is in danger and...
  15. Extreme poverty doesn't require a concentration...

    Extreme poverty doesn't require a concentration of wealth. It can simply be a royally fucked economy.
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    It supports a fixed IP, it doesn't require it. ...

    I assumed it was the modem itself that had the static IP.

    The CC machines were just purchased new last year.

    These are the terminals they bought last year through their credit processing...
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    How is that saying the staff was at fault? The...

    How is that saying the staff was at fault?

    The women were vaccinated. The men they were with weren't and thus weren't allowed in.
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    What?! A medical board actually pulled a...

    Buh bye...[/QUOTE]

    What?! A medical board actually pulled a license?! In what bizarro world do they actually do their job?!
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    I do agree that overuse was part of the problem. Note that many of us on the legalization side favor a two-part approach: The low-risk stuff is completely legal, the high-risk stuff is...
  20. 1) They're too big for China to let them fall. ...

    1) They're too big for China to let them fall.

    2) The Chinese government should bail them out anyway--it's the government that's been pushing for all the construction. This is their...
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    Figured I'd post the view from a local peak. ...

    Figured I'd post the view from a local peak. It's much bigger than the board is showing--open it in a separate tab to get a decent look.

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    Both of your examples are of internal static IPs....

    Or:
    https://www.keystrokepos.com/downloads/drivers/genius/CayanGeniusInstallInstructions.pdf
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    Both of your examples are of internal static IPs. The same sort of thing I've got.
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    Get Brother. I've never had trouble with...

    Get Brother. I've never had trouble with anything from them and they are economical to run.
  24. I do agree that overuse was part of the problem. ...

    I do agree that overuse was part of the problem. Note that many of us on the legalization side favor a two-part approach: The low-risk stuff is completely legal, the high-risk stuff is...
  25. And I suppose you also support trying a witch by...

    Yes, give them their applications and then fly them back home until they get their court dates.[/QUOTE]

    And I suppose you also support trying a witch by seeing if she drowns.

    (If they are...
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