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Better say no to mandatory vaccines! Here are some stats and info that destroy the credibility of vaccines!

Posted by silverngold @ 19:46 on July 5, 2020  

The US Consumer Matters, The US Taxpayer Matters, Middle Men Don’t Matter Much to Me.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:54 on July 5, 2020  

Tax absorbers don’t matter so much either. Money and prosperity matters the MOST. That agenda would fix everything, and make all the costly “over head” and “poverty” and “racism” not matter. At all. No “pushing and shoving” when everybody is happy like 1945 to 1975. Entry level unskilled labor including blacks, did very well back then.

 

a little good news.

Posted by treefrog @ 11:10 on July 5, 2020  

YESTERDAY, in a nation of 330,000,000 there were 254 reported coronavirus fatalities.  this is the lowest number since march 23rd.

can you say, “DIMINISHING PARABOLIC CURVE?”

(for daily updated chart, go here and scroll down:)

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/

Stocks=brother, ya just can’t lose…

Posted by Richard640 @ 10:27 on July 5, 2020  
Please Stop giving shorts Hope.  Hope is not a strategy.
Hope is not investing.
The FED Matters    That’s all you need to know. They are still pimping.
Don’t be a Elliott Wave, the Preacher, Snake Oil Salesman from DanEric’s blog.
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B.T.F.D.    The Fed has made Cash Trash.!!!!
Stawks are in a different universe — think of it as you would dark matter – different set of laws of physics 
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-Jerome Powell and David Portnoy

Now, Maya, u know perfectly well the politics of cloth masks–only a $150 N-95 mask really works

Posted by Richard640 @ 9:33 on July 5, 2020  
The results showed that cloth masks and other fabric materials tested in the study had 40-90% instantaneous penetration levels
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WA shortage of disposable filtering facepiece respirators can be expected during a pandemic respiratory infection such as influenza A. Some individuals may want to use common fabric materials for respiratory protection because of shortage or affordability reasons. To address the filtration performance of common fabric materials against nano-size particles including viruses, five major categories of fabric materials including sweatshirts, T-shirts, towels, scarves, and cloth masks were tested for polydisperse and monodisperse aerosols (20-1000 nm) at two different face velocities (5.5 and 16.5 cm s⁻¹) and compared with the penetration levels for N95 respirator filter media. The results showed that cloth masks and other fabric materials tested in the study had 40-90% instantaneous penetration levels against polydisperse NaCl aerosols employed in the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health particulate respirator test protocol at 5.5 cm s⁻¹. Similarly, varying levels of penetrations (9-98%) were obtained for different size monodisperse NaCl aerosol particles in the 20-1000 nm range. The penetration levels of these fabric materials against both polydisperse and monodisperse aerosols were much higher than the penetrations for the control N95 respirator filter media. At 16.5 cm s⁻¹ face velocity, monodisperse aerosol penetrations slightly increased, while polydisperse aerosol penetrations showed no significant effect except one fabric mask with an increase. Results obtained in the study show that common fabric materials may provide marginal protection against nanoparticles including those in the size ranges of virus-containing particles in exhaled breath.

Obama in 2008=”Bringing fundamental change to America”—thanks for nothing!

Posted by Richard640 @ 8:50 on July 5, 2020  

Chicago erupts in July 4 gunfire — with girl, 7, and boy, 14, among those killed

“We are making progress … but we have to do better,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot says

When will crime in Chicago end?

Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell provides insight into the stark increase in shootings in Chicago, Illinois.

A 7-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy were among those fatally shot Saturday night as Chicago erupted in gun violence on Independence Day.

The evening included two attacks that each had eight victims, the Chicago Tribune reported.

The girl, identified by her family as Natalie Wallace, was outside her grandmother’s home at a Fourth of July party in the city’s Austin neighborhood

around 7 p.m. when a vehicle pulled up and three men got out and started shooting indiscriminately, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

The girl was shot in her head and pronounced dead after she was rushed to a hospital, police said, according to Chicago’s FOX 32.

A 32-year-old man shot during the same attack was in fair condition, FOX 32 reported.

Oh well

Posted by eeos @ 8:35 on July 5, 2020  

Let’s keep it logical and less about fear of the unknowns. Sometimes it feels like you guys get stuck in the past and can’t move forward

Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 3:23 on July 5, 2020  

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A Blue-Bonnet Beauty
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