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Discussion in 'Politics' started by chadwimc, Aug 9, 2021.
Me? Hell nah. What’s a viper without the venom?!?
Takes nerd girl night to a whole new meaning.
ICUs are normally very close to capacity. As you stated. Simple business stuff.
There were plenty of therapeutics. We didn't need any more.
Ain’t that the truth! Everybody should be forced to take lisonopril so I can eat more country ham!
Now that you mention it, I spent a lot of time on the ICU floor a couple of years back with a family member, don't remember seeing any empty rooms.
I take Lisinopril so that I can eat your country ham and mine! Also some evidence that it may be a prophylactic against COVID.
Nothing new. Hospitals have been under staffed for the decade I've been working in them. It gets worse due to their own incompetence on retaining staff. Covid only exacerbated the problems within healthcare that were already present and brewing.
This thread in a nut shell
Most of your posts in a nutshell
If you can’t see the total politicalization of this you’re a damn fool.
Hey guys, has anyone seen the latest data from England? Apparently 75% of their deaths from covid are people who have been fully vaccinated. That’s really odd isn’t it? Who would have thought?
Here is a snapshot of the latest numbers from the covid tracking tracking system VAERS..do you now understand why we are hesitant to get the jab?
I’m gonna have to see a stick man graph for that.