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  1. They are willing victims, just as those who walk out the door at -30 without winter wear on are. My sympathy is reserved for those who are misled by clergy and children who are denied this vital healthcare measure by ignorant and arrogant parents. My anger is mostly for those who profit from the misery and deaths of the vulnerable.
  2. Toronto looks in good form, offence, defence and special teams- ought to win the east CFL at this rate.
  3. Agreed. Pols have to play to the crowd, even if it means prostituting their morals. Interesting that Ms. Glover was not accepted back as a police officer but was working as a healthcare aide for half the salary. Despite her working in the healthcare field, she still dismisses the need for protective measures, even for healthcare workers.
  4. Not emotionally invested in either team, but still an entertaining game, like CFL games ought to be.
  5. So far the game is entertaining, and, wonder of wonders, there are two good kick returners in the game!
  6. Yes. Its called "cutting the mic". I happen to think that the only parties that ought to be represented are those who are fielding enough candidates in enough ridings to at least theoretically form a government.
  7. She would fit much better in Kenney's party. She does not believe in vaccinations or masks.
  8. You assume that it reacts the same in livestock as in humans.
  9. Ex-staffer about to 'set fire' to Trumpworld by exposing 'surprising new scandals' in tell-all: report A former White House official and chief of staff to Melania Trump is about to reveal what a publishing source calls "surprising new scandals" in a new tell-all memoir. Stephanie Grisham, who served as White House press secretary and communications director without ever holding a press briefing, will publish "I'll Take Your Questions Now: What I Saw in The Trump White House" on Oct. 5 under the Harper Collins banner, reported Axios. "There isn't enough water on earth to contain the fire she could set to all of Trump world, including parts like the first lady's orbit, which not many people are in a position to illuminate," said a former West Wing colleague. "It's hard to articulate how much anxiety this is going to cause." A source close to the publication said Grisham "has receipts" from her time in the White House because, as the press secretary, her job required her to know what was happening. "Grisham knows where all the bodies are buried because she buried a lot of them herself," that source said. Ex-staffer about to 'set fire' to Trumpworld by exposing 'surprising new scandals' in tell-all: report - Alternet.org
  10. Good that she was demoted. The anti-vaxers have enough people supporting them.
  11. If that is the case. LeGault would have a weak Conservative leader and a desperate party by the 'nads and could extort major concessions.
  12. Biden Expands Vaccine Push With Mandates For Private Sector President Joe Biden on Thursday announced sweeping vaccination and testing requirements for federal government workers, contractors and even private sector employees, as his administration works to fight the spreading coronavirus. All federal workers and contractors will need to get fully vaccinated in the coming weeks, as will health care workers at providers that receive federal funding through Medicaid and Medicare. The administration will also require all businesses with 100 or more employees to require testing at least once a week for unvaccinated workers. The directives represent a significant step in pushing the private sector, an area where the president has been hesitant to use federal powers too heavily. These new standards are part of Biden’s six-part plan to respond to yet another surge in COVID-19 cases, which announced Thursday. The plan is largely focused on increasing the rate of vaccinations in the United States among eligible populations. Biden Expands Vaccine Push With Mandates For Private Sector | HuffPost
  13. They should definitely check that quarterback's eyesight. Not one receiver on the list. Hmmmm...
  14. Because governments in Alberta and Saskatchewan have allowed them to and the Federal governments have remained silent for fear of antagonizing these provincial governments.
  15. Those who listen to The Rebel are not looking for credible information or points of view. They want to have their views validated, no matter how distorted they are. Essentially, they pay to be told what they want to hear.
  16. Ivermectin causes 'sterility' in 85% of males who take it: study Far-right extremists and conspiracy theorists, many of them anti-vaxxers, have been falsely claiming that Ivermectin — an antiparasitic drug typically given to animals — can be used to prevent or treat COVID-19. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, in response, has been warning Americans that taking animal-grade Ivermectin can be "highly dangerous." And the effects of Ivermectin on people have been studied in Nigeria, where researchers found that taking it is likely to cause sterility in men. Erin Coulehan, a reporter for WFLA-TV (an NBC affiliate in Tampa, Florida), explains, "The effects of Ivermectin therapy on human males can have an effect on men's reproductive health. Researchers at three universities in Nigeria studied the effects of Ivermectin, which is used to treat river blindness and other medical conditions in humans, on men's sperm counts. According to their study, 85% of men who take Ivermectin become sterilized." Coulehan adds, "Ivermectin is often used as an anthelmintic to combat parasites in animals, and some people have been using it to fight COVID-19 despite health experts' recommendations against it. The study conducted by researchers in Nigeria screened 385 patients with river blindness to investigate the effects of Ivermectin on sperm function; the researchers found that 85% of all male patients treated in a particular center with Ivermectin in the recent past who went to the laboratory for routine tests were discovered to have developed various forms, grades and degrees of sperm dysfunction."
  17. Oooh,,,a Technology Commercialization Hall of Fame....sounds like a real bodice ripper.
  18. Agreed, as the Riders' best hope to take the pressure off their O-line and Fajardo will be to get a running game going.
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