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  1. That is the explanation given for the ORIGIN of Delta in India. Did you not understand that? Has nothing to do with anyplace else now that Delta has spread. Breaking news: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/27/cdc-to-reverse-indoor-mask-policy-to-recommend-them-for-fully-vaccinated-people-in-covid-hot-spots.html Hmm, sounds like they're worried the vaccinated folks will give it to others. Pfizer only 39% effective against Delta?
  2. Ivermectin has been used in India in a very limited way just as vaccination has because they don't have near enough for all those people. To blame Ivermectin for Delta is pretty ignorant. Go research the literature, you will find that view is not supported much. Ivormectin is not a cure as has been explained all over the place but rather ameliorates the symptoms by interfering with the damage the virus does, not the virus itself. The Delta strain is a natural evolution that MAY have been accelerated by widespread vaccination. Key word is "may." The literature says it is the result of huge super spreader events in India. People are so jammed together in that country it is a miracle they haven't have a real pandemic there that would kill 25 percent or more. As has been noted in the literature, Flu viruses evolve naturally and quickly which is why there are new flu vaccines every year. We get flu shots every year. When the currently in process non mRNA vaccines are tested and made available for covid, we will get them. Despite the efforts of the true believers to denigrate the growing number of voices, including the originator of mRNA that question the safety of these still experimental "vaccines" every day we are see more evidence that "haste makes waste." The personal insulting here just illustrates how weak some of your arguments are. Not that long ago most of you were parroting the CDC party line about Ivermectin, Hydroxy, and the origin of covid. Lot of egg on your faces, go look in the mirror. Both have been proven in actual use by real doctors, not bureaucrats or ideologues. Bottom line for us is covid is treatable, it has been done successfully in our immediate family, thousands of practicing physicians have treated it successfully, and, guess what, off label uses of pharmas are common and have often led to great cures or improved treatment outcomes. And another fiction is the young are vulnerable to covid. They are far more likely to be victims of child trafficking than they are of covid. Stop chanting slogans like a bunch of religious fundamentalists, develop a little skepticism and start researching what is going on in places where it can be reported without media censorship and distortion.
  3. Available now at your local tienda: New masks used to avoid having to listen to endless covid fear mongering and BS from the media and this board. Only sold in quantities of 100 or more due to unprecedented high level of need.
  4. Mexico is no stranger to drought. Lake Cuitzeo has an even worse shallow water situation than Chapala. It is like a giant evaporating pan over much of its area. Only one of the causes listed is due to nature, the rest due to too many people engaging in too much wasteful irrigation, pollution and other bad management. Pretty typical of people. From the time I was 20 to now the population on earth has doubled. They may still be eating for the most part but the collateral damage is piling up. In the end, that is what will cause a great die off IMO. Just too damn many people. Individually we may be intelligent to varying degrees but collectively we are no better than that old test tube experiment where you put a few bacteria in a test tube full of rich broth (resources) and they breed until they exhaust their environment and completely die off.
  5. That's what they decided to do. Thanks to everyone for the comments.
  6. Really not a good idea to feed wildlife, it creates a dependency and distortion in populations. We have plenty in our yard.
  7. Don't know the answer to that. I did think they had more than one house.
  8. How about the Hanger Inn? Will they pick you up that late? Or the Holiday Inn Express?
  9. You're not doing that on a government form. You're doing that on the Volaris page to avoid being erroneously charged. When you get the FMM all the information on that is correct. Have done this a number of times. If you try to get your money back by not doing this and being charged, good luck to you.
  10. After some experience with them I have to question using the words "Volaris" and "customer service" in the same sentence. In truth though, these days you could say that about every airline. It is hard for me to think of a more customer unfriendly and abusive industry than airlines these days.
  11. It is tough right now, all the good help is busy as all get out. I wanted my regular guy to do some metal painting but will have to wait until the Fall to get him. I'm grouping other projects in to extend the time and paying him a premium over normal construction wages to motivate him to fit me in. His work and work ethic and reliability is excellent so to me it is worth the wait and a little extra dinero.
  12. We have friends coming in, in 3 weeks, but will not be off the plane and through the airport until about 1AM. Thinking it would be better for them to go to a very nearby airport hotel that is nice and safe and we pick them up next morning. These guys are used to somewhat upscale lodgings, what would you all recommend that is quick and sure and nice? Thanks.
  13. https://journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/Fulltext/2021/06000/Review_of_the_Emerging_Evidence_Demonstrating_the.4.aspx
  14. Couldn't get money Thursday morning but could on Friday morning.
  15. And on a more serious note, the French have been doing their homework. https://www.embopress.org/doi/full/10.15252/emmm.202114122
  16. How vaccines cause pathogens to mutate faster: https://www.quantamagazine.org/how-vaccines-can-drive-pathogens-to-evolve-20180510/ Look how fast this latest strain Delta showed up. And look how many vaccinated are now getting covid. A prudent person would cover their bets by being fully up to speed on treatments that have proven effective in very widespread use. This is called empirical evidence and it works a lot more often then it doesn't. Proven treatments are available here OTC and it doesn't take a lot of research to find out correct dosage rates and time of usage. Or you can just keep relying on the "experts" who have been wrong a lot more than they've been right. Your body your choice.
  17. Over 800 cars per 1000 people in the U.S. versus about 300 for Mexico. That needs to be taken into account when comparing accident rates. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_vehicles_per_capita
  18. The guys in San Juan Cosala fixed it. Like new. Thank you Natasha.
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