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Joe Schmo

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  1. Fearful vigilante cornered and in distress
  2. Might want to omit last place of employment
  3. Just step out of the truck, get an uber and go home so you can start putting in job applications.
  4. Baltimore is set with Huntley
  5. "nineteenth century theories of autonomy and freedom and twentieth century notions of pluralism and power." Labels for the suffragettes, Jim Crow survivors, Stonewall rebels, Watts citizens, Rampart denizens and others who weren't able to participate in the autonomy and freedom of the 19th century. We've come a long way, baby!
  6. What an interesting topic and thank you for the detailed write-up, Rock, appreciate the effort. Look forward to following this thread and perhaps participating at some elementary level.
  7. Im gonna sidetrack this thread briefly and say this may be my favorite post ever. Much love GG!
  8. Creating a sea of glass to use as the foundation of our ideal of human rights is beset with cracks from the beginning as it offers the world a glimpse into our true intent, conquest. Covering it in unabashed vengeance against an ununited tribal population encased within a geographic prison shows an immature understanding of history. The farther the reach of empire and the more militarized the control the more unsustainable it becomes and eventually our way dies. Whether a decade or a century we lose. Forcing our way onto a population that is determined to be closed to change only offers us the chance to become an enemy of the globe. China can pick up the allied slack that we leave behind if we embark on your mission.
  9. It's hard to argue we value humanity after we vaporize a whole swath of people checkered with the ignorant innocent that we bequeath human agency with basic dignities which we redeem by repealing their right to life itself. And to those left wandering after the destruction of home and society we offer compelled deference at the foot of our boot. That way certainly allows us the moral high ground over the encroaching Red Horde. Don't see anyway that wouldn't work out in our favor.
  10. Good question, just looked into it: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2021/07/when-will-covid-19-vaccines-be-fully-approved-and-does-it-matter-if-they-are When might the vaccines be approved? On 16 July, FDA accepted Pfizer’s application “under priority review”—meaning it will move faster than during standard reviews, which typically take at least 10 months; the agency now has until January 2022 to review the materials. That seems like a long time, but last week an FDA official told CNN that the decision is likely to come within 2 months. “The review … has been ongoing, is among the highest priorities of the agency, and the agency intends to complete the review far in advance of the [January] Date,” an FDA press officer confirmed to Science in a statement. FDA has not formally accepted Moderna’s application, possibly because the company has not yet submitted all the required materials. Why have there been calls for faster approval? Full approval could help overcome vaccine hesitancy, Eric Topol, director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, wrote in a recent op-ed in The New York Times. “Some people who understand that the ‘E’ in ‘EUA’ stands for ‘emergency’ are waiting for full FDA approval before they receive a shot,” he wrote. “I think it’s fair to say that any number of us who are clinical infectious disease doctors and in public health are frankly a little surprised at how long the process is taking,” says William Schaffner, professor of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “I want [FDA] to be careful. I also want them to move it along,” Schaffner says. “Frankly, I’d like them to work on the weekends. The people who are vaccinating are working on the weekends. The virus is working on the weekends.” Could FDA speed up its approval process? Perhaps, but the agency does not want to rush. “Any vaccine approval without completion of the high-quality review and evaluation that Americans expect the agency to perform would undermine the F.D.A.’s statutory responsibilities, affect public trust in the agency and do little to help combat vaccine hesitancy,” FDA’s Peter Marks wrote in The New York Times in response to Topol’s plea for speed. “Any claims that this is taking a long time [are] almost like saying you don’t want FDA to do the normal, complete job that it does,” Goodman says. Regulatory rigor is especially important for messenger RNA vaccines, which use an entirely new technology, he adds.
  11. After you wait in line twelve hours in the sweltering heat but before you pass out from dehydration.
  12. Was on the same vibe, hope both Cuomos get sent packing.
  13. What a blind melon, has to be infuriating to anyone who's ever been a victim of sexual harrassment.
  14. The guys family has been through so much over a little locker room talk it just isn't fair. Poor fella.
  15. The election was never in doubt and never tainted with election fraud or any other chicanery. This is well known for months and months and months. The election was handled well and and with little error or issue. There is nothing of substance to be gleaned from any report delivered by anyone involved in the current audit.
  16. Have no fear rocknation, the CRT warriors are here! The battleground is set and the lines are drawn, school boards across the country are in a fight to the finish on who, what , where, when is Good History and they are determined to use their sisyphusian might to push that pendulum right back where it belongs! Same fight from a different corner of the ring and while we agree we are not yet on the ninth circle it seems we may be at the least halfway there. Oh the times they are a-changin'
  17. Summer Breeze - Seals and Croft This song makes me happy and makes me wish I was walking home to that special someone. See the smile awaitin' in the kitchen Food's cookin' and the plates for two Feel the arms that reach out to hold me In the evening when the day is through
  18. Many banks closing early tomorrow so fyi...
  19. Blackness isnt contagious Although I did once have a license to ill
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