Doctors for Covid Ethics—is a thing >


U.S. gov’t seizes properties of Peter Nygard, accused of sex trafficking dozens of women and girls. Quotes from the interesting story in thread……

Man shares purported footage from in front of the infamous blue and white temple on Epstein’s Pedo Island >…

Is it my imagination or is Gmail’s insanely complicated ruleset kind of ruining email for everyone else?

Gosh! Only 679 flu deaths since Oct. 2020? What are the odds? I am shocked—shocked! The only possible explanation: all that masking & lockdowning stopped this formerly deadly disease! Yay!…

If yoga isn’t a religious practice, then Christmas and Easter aren’t religious holidays.

The same reasoning applies: it is possible for non-adherents to do them for non-religious reasons. Well, yes, that’s true.

So you can’t have it both ways.

Good luck to the five Oregon counties that voted to secede from Oregon and join Idaho. Sounds unlikely. Read>…

Do you have a NAS yet? If you work online much, you should, IMHO.

Why your company should consider getting a NAS

Remember when there were big lively policy debates across party lines, and mainstream news covered them? I remember that.

I agree 100% with PJW: public art should be uplifting, inspiring, and beautiful, not…this. At some point, the tendency toward uglification is revealed as naked, mocking contempt of all the little people. Maybe it always was that.

The next outbreak will be blamed on unvaccinated people who don’t wear masks—the unmasked unvaxxed.

Their collective crime in turn will be used as an excuse to push vaccine passports *hard* and further divide people.

By training the body to create spike proteins, which cause severe vascular damage by increasing blood clotting, the Covid vaccines are ruining your body, warns Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi in an interview by @AlexNewman_Jou. Don’t get a 3rd booster.

You don’t demonstrate your rationality, or your commitment to science, by scrupulously aping whatever Establishment scientists tell you. Science is not about repeating what other people say; it is about looking at empirical evidence critically.

Freedom is important not because we each are the best judge of our own situation—that is not always true, we are often wrong—but because of the disaster that inevitably follows when the powerful can exploit others without consequence.