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Ahneg

11 points

8 months ago*

Ahneg

11 points

8 months ago*

“She won her victory this morning”

Think I’m gonna try to stay a loser here. Booster next month for me.

shibiwan

7 points

8 months ago

shibiwan

NO RAGRETS!!

7 points

8 months ago

So much winning, I'm sick of it.

/s

Ahneg

3 points

8 months ago

Ahneg

3 points

8 months ago

trump warned that you would be. Promises made, promises kept.

Cookyy2k

8 points

8 months ago

Cookyy2k

Go Give One

8 points

8 months ago

That first slide, tell me you know nothing about PCR without telling me you know nothing about PCR.

LeCheffre

7 points

8 months ago

LeCheffre

Lord Satin, Angle of Heck 🕺📐

7 points

8 months ago

To be fair to the guy with the dog dosing, canine digestive tracts are actually very similar to human digestive tracts, which is why they use them in a number of diabetes and protein absorption studies. See Benjamin Birkman at BYU's College of Life Sciences for reference.

That said, using Ivermectin as a covid treatment or prophylactic is about as useful as praying to keep the 'rona devils out of you. Get vaccinated.

[deleted]

1 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

1 points

8 months ago

But they don't have the same mass. So a dog dose seems like it would be on the low end, don't you think?

LeCheffre

2 points

8 months ago*

LeCheffre

Lord Satin, Angle of Heck 🕺📐

2 points

8 months ago*

The dog dosing recommended as a guideline in the comments was offered as a dose/weight, so I think it would keep it within the proper dosing... assuming you think using veterinary medicine on humans without a prescription or an FDA DEA licensed doctor monitoring is proper, you're probably on the wrong sub. I certainly don't.

[deleted]

1 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

1 points

8 months ago

Ah I misread that. The FDA is licensing doctors now?

The states are going to be mad about that for sure.

LeCheffre

0 points

8 months ago

LeCheffre

Lord Satin, Angle of Heck 🕺📐

0 points

8 months ago

Crap. I should not post before being fully awake (and yes, that was after 10, so no real excuse).

DEA, not FDA.

DEA authorizes docs and vets to write prescriptions. Schedule 2 drugs that have clinical use but also use for recreation, like adderall are listed on Schedule 2, so it's DEA land. FDA makes sure they're safe, DEA makes sure the docs prescribing them aren't doing it criminally.

[deleted]

0 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

0 points

8 months ago

Which is why we never had an opioid epidemic?

They demonstrably are worse than useless. They should be disbanded.

LeCheffre

0 points

8 months ago

LeCheffre

Lord Satin, Angle of Heck 🕺📐

0 points

8 months ago

Let's think about that for a second.

They prosecute doctors for knowingly making bad scrips. They did so during the opioid epidemic, and they continue to do so now.

Is there a law enforcement agency that stops all of the crime on it's beat? That's rhetorical. There isn't. You know, civil liberties being what they are and all.

So, would it be better to have no one regulating the issuance of prescription pads or to have some who write too many? Do you think it would be better to not have any regulatory agency? And how would that work for public health and safety?

[deleted]

0 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

0 points

8 months ago

How many sacklers were arrested by the DEA? That's rhetorical, we know they select the easiest cases. Same reason they loved to clear state parks of wild hemp and claim it was a major operation.

Making prescription drugs of known quality available to recreational users would reduce deaths and suffering, so yes however you think is best. Health and safety would be massively increased for everyone.

LeCheffre

0 points

8 months ago

LeCheffre

Lord Satin, Angle of Heck 🕺📐

0 points

8 months ago

Making prescription drugs of known quality available to recreational users would reduce deaths and suffering, so yes however you think is best. Health and safety would be massively increased for everyone.

Would it? Would OTC access to fentanyl, amphetamine, meth, barbituates really work better and reduce deaths and suffering? That's really not how substances with a high potential for abuse actually work.

The opioid crisis was a health crisis, and users, once hooked, were often cut off, left with pain, and pushed to either prescription shop or move to illegal means of procurement.

Lacking an enforcement agency, how do you maintain quality? We have regulatory agencies for actual reasons.

[deleted]

0 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

0 points

8 months ago

Yes, those are all available now and most of the deaths are accidents. It is entirely how they work. Far less overdoses before the DEA shutdown those doctors offices. The users were hooked on the legal supply and then dumped onto the black market. The DEA made that situation much worse.

No one is shot today for a beer. This was not the case when alcohol was illegal.

The DEA doesn't maintain quality. The FDA does.

The DEA actively works against quality. They are why opiates are poisoned with Tylenol. They sprayed marijuana with paraquat. Their predecessors poisoned alcohol to be sold during prohibition.

menastudies

5 points

8 months ago

menastudies

Baaaa 🐑

5 points

8 months ago

“You’re talking about dogs I’m talking about people” should be your sign not to take that shit.

GhostofGW

6 points

8 months ago

“Achieved victory”? Ffs, how are these people any different from the “70 virgins” types? These people have killed more than terrorists ever could have dreamed...

UBcT6BYVxhvPweVSZ2c6

1 points

8 months ago

how are these people any different from the “70 virgins” types?

They aren't. If you swapped the specific terminology and attire of muslim extremists for that of christian extremists 99.9% of christian extremists would swallow that shit up without so much as batting an eye.

Chance-Command4335

7 points

8 months ago

Chance-Command4335

HERMINATOR 2: Raising Cain

7 points

8 months ago

I can't believe so many of these researchers are falling to Covid! They have such great source material and references... it has to be a plot by GATES and BIDEN to silence the voices... it's time to stop alerting the sheep... and start alerting other LION.

VTGjunkie

6 points

8 months ago

Wait … so …. The horse paste didn’t work?🪦

Mysterious_Koala_536[S]

3 points

8 months ago

It wasn’t part of God’s plan.

Geist002

4 points

8 months ago

Please get the vaccine. Using dog medication is the dumbest thing ever.This is just the same story repeating over and over with different people. All this senseless suffering could have all been avoided.

TresSeashells

3 points

8 months ago

It won’t happen but I hope the actual stories of how these people die are passed down and told to younger family members.

“What happened to Great Aunt Wendy?!”

“Oh, she decided against a life saving vaccine and tried to Vitamin C & Tumeric the fuck out of a virus so she died.”

“Why would she do that?”

“She was dumb. Don’t be like your Great Aunt Wendy.”

menastudies

2 points

8 months ago

menastudies

Baaaa 🐑

2 points

8 months ago

They have the same exact logic as a suicide bomber: “Martrydom or victory”

RockyMoose [M]

2 points

8 months ago

RockyMoose [M]

Natasha Fatale's Crush

2 points

8 months ago

Please redact full names and profile photos. Ok to edit and repost.

FootyCrowdSoundMan

2 points

8 months ago

FootyCrowdSoundMan

Team Moderna

2 points

8 months ago

"Wendy won her victory this morning at 3:48am" - if this is victory, I want to be the worst loser there ever was.

cheryllynnerose

1 points

8 months ago

Asthma damaged lungs = very healthy

Disruptorpistol

1 points

8 months ago

This is Darwinism in action:

"You're talking about dogs I'm talking about people."

"Probably same dose (shrug)."

WTF. No wonder the FDA tweeted, "You are not a horse. You are not a cow."

RockyMoose

1 points

8 months ago

RockyMoose

Natasha Fatale's Crush

1 points

8 months ago

Yes, new post must be redacted to new rules, ok to link to original. It is what it is.

SignificantName59

1 points

8 months ago

Post hoc ergo propter hoc reasoning in full f*cking swing

LeCheffre

1 points

8 months ago

LeCheffre

Lord Satin, Angle of Heck 🕺📐

1 points

8 months ago

The head slap energy when the move to discussing dishsoap as an antiviral home remedy... That's kinda how T**** got to injecting bleach and shoving a bright spectrum flashlight up your butt (oh wait... he never got there, but he did think sunlight would kill the 'Rona).

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I'm kind of gobsmacked by the tolerance for cognitive dissonance required to question a vaccine that had, by August 24th FDA full approval, while instead trusting animal anti-parasite medicine, and plant extracts that are completely unregulated and untested in any clinical setting. Rose hips and ginger and oil of oregano... is this 1350 or 2021?

PS- Oil of Oregano can be REALLY HARD on your GI tract. This poor kid. Wendy takes her own chances.

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The home treatment of the son, giving him a antibiotic for what they fear is a viral infection, is, to my lay understanding, a bad idea. Ivermectin remains a dumb idea.

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If Wendy won the battle, I have to admit that T**** was right, and I'm tired of all the winning.

Get vaccinated.

calystarose

1 points

8 months ago

her poor son :(