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#81
Random Topics / Re: WHO declares monkeypox out...
Last post by albrecht - Yesterday at 12:39:14 PM
Quote from: K_Dubb on Yesterday at 12:24:48 PMIf people were dying, maybe, or if they discover "long monkeypox", but as it stands now it ranks somewhere lower in risk than the HIV we (or at least the good-looking ones for whom it is an option 😩) routinely hazard.  If the regular folks start getting it, it will be holy war for sure.

I tell you one thing, if it was as disfiguring as smallpox used to be it would disappear overnight.
I know doctors are supposed to be relatively non-judgemental (this is a dumb idea by the way, they should push more shame and motivate to reform bad lifestyle choices or at least tell the truth- you are going to die because you are fat and smoke, you aren't bigboned) but how could any doctor or nurse say to one of these persons- "you know using meth and having sex, even 'protected,' in the streets and bathhouses with many random partners despite have VD and sleeping in an alley might be a larger concern to your health, as well as the public, than this new pox you got." That list you gave was wacko because it considered this acceptable behavior, despite the new pox.
#82
Random Topics / Re: WHO declares monkeypox out...
Last post by pate - Yesterday at 12:38:58 PM
Is there a French connection hear?


https://www.archyde.com/monkey-pox-more-than-2670-confirmed-cases-in-france/

K_Dubb, Attend:

Watch out for them Frenchies down at the docks!

Anyhow, I don't feel like our Administration requires any sort of Official Position on this one, but if you like you may make it one of your pet-projects.

You know how I feel about Man-Dates and Man-Dating stuff...

pate/K_Dubb 2024
"WHO farted in the elevator?"

#83
Random Topics / Re: WHO declares monkeypox out...
Last post by K_Dubb - Yesterday at 12:26:42 PM
Quote from: whoozit on Yesterday at 12:03:47 PMI feel like I've seen this movie before.
I am waiting for them to mandate this newest Dread Caccine so all the hot country boys will line oo at my door for some sweet natural immunity ooh ooh ah ah 🍌🐒🍌🐒🍌🐒
#84
Politics / Re: Salman Rushdie Stabbed
Last post by albrecht - Yesterday at 12:26:33 PM
Quote from: pate on Yesterday at 11:53:48 AMAfter he gets freed, maybe he can get a gig in the John Hinckly Jr. Band:


https://www.newsweek.com/attempted-reagan-assassin-john-hinckley-jr-starting-band-looking-musicians-1670767

-p

I predict some epic albums but the band will be broken up quickly after dedication disputes over to first track listing: ode to Jodie Foster or one for the Hidden Imam down in that well. Also, there will a Joosish music producer and company blamed for financial malfeasance and albums not selling and, the distribution problems, and possible fatwas/rantings/poems issued via a vanity publisher.
#85
Random Topics / Re: WHO declares monkeypox out...
Last post by K_Dubb - Yesterday at 12:24:48 PM
Quote from: albrecht on Yesterday at 11:50:56 AMMany of these activities would seem to be 'public health emergencies' (or at least private emergencies) even without this latest Monkey-derived VD/Pox situation.
If people were dying, maybe, or if they discover "long monkeypox", but as it stands now it ranks somewhere lower in risk than the HIV we (or at least the good-looking ones for whom it is an option 😩) routinely hazard.  If the regular folks start getting it, it will be holy war for sure.

I tell you one thing, if it was as disfiguring as smallpox used to be it would disappear overnight.
#86
Random Topics / Re: WHO declares monkeypox out...
Last post by whoozit - Yesterday at 12:03:47 PM
I feel like I've seen this movie before.
#87
Politics / Re: Salman Rushdie Stabbed
Last post by pate - Yesterday at 11:53:48 AM
After he gets freed, maybe he can get a gig in the John Hinckly Jr. Band:


https://www.newsweek.com/attempted-reagan-assassin-john-hinckley-jr-starting-band-looking-musicians-1670767

-p
#88
Random Topics / Re: WHO declares monkeypox out...
Last post by albrecht - Yesterday at 11:50:56 AM
Quote from: K_Dubb on Yesterday at 11:15:00 AMThe latest is people are driving to Canada to get the vaccine no questions asked in Vancouver (though BC now "strongly discourages" the practice) because the criteria even with the five-split doses mean thanks to concerns with equity you basically have to be a manwhore or homeless meth user to get it here.

You have to be exposed or gay AND have one of the following:

Sex with more than ten people in three months
Syphilis or gonorrhea in the past year
Meth use in the past month
Bathhouse or sex club in the past three months
Homeless and had any sex at all in the past three months
Many of these activities would seem to be 'public health emergencies' (or at least private emergencies) even without this latest Monkey-derived VD/Pox situation.
#89
Politics / Re: Salman Rushdie Stabbed
Last post by albrecht - Yesterday at 11:46:25 AM
The formatting of the site might lead some LEOs or readers to think the assailant was a poster on the this board. Hopefully this is simply a formatting error and we are stabber-free. I wonder how quickly the DA will release the actual stabber guy back to the community as a part of general bail reform and concerns about racism and worries about cultural acceptance.  Hopefully he is being allowed halal meals and visits by some Imam during his likely brief detainment. :-X
#90
Random Topics / Re: Random stupid things on yo...
Last post by albrecht - Yesterday at 11:26:32 AM
Quote from: K_Dubb on Yesterday at 10:28:44 AMThe usual explanation offered as to why herding didn't develop in the Americas (aside from llamas in Peru, I suppose) is that there were no suitable animals.  Of course there were horses and camels which were actually native to North America when the first people came over from Asia but the general consensus is that they ate them all.  Dogs, though, were kept all over for food and for their fur which was woven and for dragging things on sledges which kind of meets those needs anyway though we balk at the suggestion for cultural reasons.

The Mayans actually qualify as one of the "cradles of civilization" having developed writing and cities, including one with a pyramid larger by volume than the Great Pyramid of Giza though it's mostly dirt, and I'd say given their late start versus the Indus Vally, Mesopotamia, Egypt and the Chinese they were doing pretty good.  Certainly their flint-knapping makes the Europeans look like Oog Ug the caveman by comparison.


I recently went to a lecture about the Sami. I tried to get into details about languages and "Bill from Wisconsin's" frequent claims about Finns. He was impressed by a bit taken aback by some theories I told. These so-called professors don't believe the runestones and tales of giants or white tribes in the Americas. Prester John and all the Vikings, Welsh, and even Egyptians. He did go into the phenomena of the Sami (and their importation of the phenomena of the modern American Christmas depictions. Apparently some were even bandied about to promote the sales of reindeer meat to US/Canadian markets. Still some left but disputes over natives, laws, disease, and American palates didn't lead to great success for the idea.
http://reindeer.salrm.uaf.edu/about_reindeer/history.php
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