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  1. Daboll has a lot of these trick plays. We love it when it works. Beasley throws a TD pass or Josh catches one. The thing is, he's almost predictable. You can expect some kind of fakaroo play in short yardage or on 3rd and goal in almost every game. I'm sure I'm not the only one who sat there completely expecting some sort of fakaroo play on that 4th down. I seriously wasn't one bit surprised. I wasn't happy, but I wasn't surprised either. And apparently neither were the Steelers.
  2. Hey thanks for setting me straight. And to think I've been living in anguish all these years. I never knew the BBC debunked the whole thing with their statement - " We no longer have the original tapes of our 9/11 coverage. If we reported the building had collapsed before it had done so, it would have been an error." I guess I was just too blind to see this concrete proof that they really didn't report the building falling down a half hour before it did. Or they don't remember it. It was all an illusion. I feel so liberated now my mind is at ease like never before.
  3. Ahh yes. Here we are. So if I watch a video of the Pentagon getting blown up, but at no point do I see anything that resembles a Boeing 757, and then I watch a couple BBC reporters talking at length about the collapse of building 7, a full 20 minutes before the building collapses, and while the building is still in tact behind the reporter, I ask questions because something seems a bit odd. Yet instead of getting answers to the questions (which, I admit, leads me to disbelieve most of what I'm told) I, like many others, am automatically lumped into a singular category of so called whacked out conspiracy theorists who believe in anything and everything. I would rather somebody just answer the questions. But it seems easier to simply pigeon hole people like me and hurl insults.
  4. https://www.conservativenewsdaily.net/breaking-news/associated-press-adds-embarrassing-correction-to-article-claiming-70-of-calls-to-mississippi-poison-control-were-about-ivermectin-ingestion/ The Associated Press had to issue a correction to an article published in late August that claimed 70% of calls made to the Mississippi Department of Health were from people who had ingested the livestock version of Ivermectin. The story followed media hyping the idea that people – particular people in the south – were taking a common horse dewormer to treat COVID-19. Someone, somewhere may have done this, but the media has treated it as if it is a common phenomenon – and have been proven wrong. The AP issued the following correction to its article: In an article published Aug. 23, 2021, about people taking livestock medicine to try to treat coronavirus, The Associated Press erroneously reported based on information provided by the Mississippi Department of Health that 70% of recent calls to the Mississippi Poison Control Center were from people who had ingested ivermectin to try to treat COVID-19. State Epidemiologist Dr. Paul Byers said Wednesday the number of calls to poison control about ivermectin was about 2%. He said of the calls that were about ivermectin, 70% were by people who had ingested the veterinary version of the medicine. So, doing the math, a total of 1.4% of the calls to Mississippi Poison Control were from people who said they had ingested the livestock version of Ivermectin. The correction was issued on August 25, two days after the story was published. It follows another serious journalism error in recent days relating to Ivermectin, which is used to treat humans as well as animals, although, obviously, in different ways. Over the weekend, Rolling Stone and Rachel Maddow repeated claims from a doctor in Oklahoma who told local outlet KFOR that emergency rooms in the state were overwhelmed by patients who had taken the livestock version of Ivermectin, forcing gunshot victims to wait. As The Daily Wire reported, that story was debunked by a hospital in Oklahoma who said the doctor, Jason McElyea, is affiliated with a group that sometimes covers the hospital’s emergency room, he hadn’t worked there in more than 2 months. The hospital also said it hadn’t had any cases of Ivermectin ingestion. The hospital’s full statement read: Although Dr. Jason McElyea is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah, he is affiliated with a medical staffing group that provides coverage for our emergency room. With that said, Dr. McElyea has not worked at our Sallisaw location in over 2 months. NHS Sequoyah has not treated any patients due to complications related to taking ivermectin. This includes not treating any patients for ivermectin overdose. All patients who have visited our emergency room have received medical attention as appropriate. Our hospital has not had to turn away any patients seeking emergency care. We want to reassure our community that our staff is working hard to provide quality healthcare to all patients. We appreciate the opportunity to clarify this issue and as always, we value our community’s support.
  5. I don't post in this section a lot. But I find it beyond comical that anybody who dares to question the narrative is automatically branded a right wing conspiracy MAGAT nutjob. We must continue to do what doesn't work. How dare anyone question this?
  6. They don't have to come back in 3 weeks. That's the minimum they have to stay on IR. They can stay there as long as they want.
  7. Wiped? What like with a cloth or something? Ahahahahah.
  8. Mighty gracious of him to step down for the good of the people even though he did nothing wrong.
  9. Cuomo had been working with advisors on the issue. I wonder who the advisors were. And are they resigning too? Or do they just become Hochul advisors? Either way, I guess this ends any chance of naming it Mario Cuomo Stadium.
  10. Well when all you need is a dude in Viking helmet and a camera to instigate an attack on the US bigger than Pearl Harbor, I guess they should be very wary. Glad to see DHS is on the ball.
  11. Lots of guys wear them in practice. Tinted visors can only be worn in games with a medical reason and approval from the commissioner - which is why you rarely see them.
  12. Well well well. This sentence can be directly applied to the numbers shown for Ivermectin - and thousands of doctors around the world agree with it. But, lo and behold, anybody who might actually question what he's spoon fed and who might want to look into what thousands of doctors around the world have to say is automatically lumped in as one of "you conspiracy theorists." Are you still calling anybody who wants to look into hydroxychloroquine a conspiracy theorist too? After all, it was only designed for mosquito bites. And when did I whine about the vaccine not receiving approval? Did I do that? Then don't fucking lump me into any fucking pigeon hole just because I may have a different point of view. Thousands of doctors around the world say something but if I want to listen or look into what they say, without blindly following along, then according to you I'm just completely ignoring the science and making up excuses. Kiss my ass you sanctimonious dink.
  13. As the rest of the world uses, cheap, widely available Ivermectin . . . . . Of special note, look at Mexico where they only distributed it in one state. https://covid19criticalcare.com/ivermectin-in-covid-19/epidemiologic-analyses-on-covid19-and-ivermectin/
  14. Fake news. https://www.si.com/nfl/bills/news/latest-zach-ertz-trade-rumors-based-only-on-what-eagles-broadcaster-read-weeks-ago
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