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  1. The bigger and now proven issue is the blood clotting issues with the Astra Zeneca. Yes, perhaps 1 death in a million doses so far from the data (25 deaths from the blood clotting or hemmorages in 20 million doses equals that rate, approximately).....but who wants to be that 1? Especially when it has happened to previously healthy 50 year olds?
  2. Today, medical experts in Canada were asked if it is time to ease the COVID lockdowns. Allergists were in favour of scratching it, but Dermatologists advised not to make any rash moves. Gastroenterologists had a sort of a gut feeling about it, but Neurologists thought the government had a lot of nerve. Obstetricians felt certain everyone was labouring under a misconception, while Ophthalmologists considered the idea short-sighted. Many Pathologists yelled, "Over my dead body!" while Pediatricians said, "Oh, grow up!" Psychiatrists thought the whole idea was madness, while Radiologists could see right through it. Surgeons decided to wash their hands of the whole thing and pharmacists claimed it would be a bitter pill to swallow. Plastic Surgeons opined that this proposal would "put a whole new face on the matter." Podiatrists thought it was a step forward, but Urologists were pissed off by the whole idea. Anesthetists thought the whole idea was a gas, and Cardiologists didn't have the heart to say no. In the end, though, the Proctologists won out, leaving the entire decision up to the assholes in politics.
  3. It is really not so much a safety issue, it is more about getting data - there is a lot of thinking that use of more than one type of vaccine can actually give a wider / stronger amount of immune system response. Here's a well written article on it with reputable people quoted in a highly regarded Canada news mag: COVID vaccines in Canada: Can you mix and match different shots? - Macleans.ca
  4. Around that time, you had to walk / wade out a LOT further to get up to neck deep, right Pete?
  5. Very good LiveStrong article on the subject.....70 is their ideal, actually, though they recognize most prefer 82 +. The Effect of Water Temperature on Swimmers | Livestrong.com
  6. And you are wrong, yet again: (even tho I and many prefer a nice warm pool, easier to get into) 6 Amazing Health Benefits Of Cold Water Swimming (lifehack.org)
  7. Rogers fines 91-year-old woman unable to return equipment due to lockdown | CBC News Shaw users beware, the new "management" is not "user friendly".
  8. Your entire post is woefully incorrect and uninformed. First of all, many people swim at 70 F and enjoy it. For those who don't, it is easy, effective, simple, and economical to use solar pool panels to heat a pool to the mid-80's F and even higher.
  9. If you use distilled or demineralized water, then nothing would be left behind in the tray or on the fins......this is not practical or economical for most to do, however. You could do an alternative of using a large ultrasonic cool mist machine(s), >>> since they spray out all the water, the minerals go out too, into the air. This can create a bit of dust but that's easier to deal with than cleaning out a swamp cooler.
  10. Why not post it here in the Auto Classified section? Automobiles - Chapala.com Webboard
  11. Do you want to record the actual sounds, or make a record of the dB levels? If just the latter, there are many good free apps that make a graph of the dB levels with a time stamp on them. "Sound Meter" is the name of one in the PlayStore.
  12. Well, it is still on the website.....so they should update it or remove it.....if you know them so well, please advise them to do so, in the interest of all.
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  14. It is very important to remember exactly what "efficacy" is defined as.....and what data it was based on. Efficacy can be defined as preventing ANY amount of illness, or some amount of illness, or serious illness needing hospitalization, or preventing death. And the #'s vary a lot depending on which is being used as the criteria..... The Astra Zeneca original trials, for example, resulted in info saying 62% effective and should not be used with over 65 years of age. THEN they found out (from UK real world substantial use) that not only is it OK for over 65's, but that it was / is 90 to 100% effective in preventing serious illness needing hospital care, and 100% effective at preventing death. Don't know if the same applies to the Sinovac but it should be checked to confirm.
  15. Not upset, in any way, and the comments were not personal though you seem to have taken them that way. I "add to the conversation" all the time here. Check my + ratio.....way higher than yours, amigo. And I seriously doubt you'll sit back and shut up as you say you will, since you seem to be incapable of it. Tell us all, senor blah blah blah.....what great tech business did you operate in Canada? Enlighten us and keep us in suspense no more.....since it has been a month since your first BS post and your website isn't even operational yet?
  16. I'm calling BS on all of this continuing blah blah blah BS from Northtek and their original post as well. Something smells mighty fishy....or phishing..... to me. And the website address he or she gave on the other thread does not even exist. Need help with your computer or website? - Ajijic/Chapala/Guadalajara - Chapala.com Webboard
  17. "descent" is the correct word.....maybe you can (and should) build a spell checker into your new venture.
  18. It is YOUR credibility (spelled correctly here) that is in question, my friend. No wonder you like Elon so much, you talk and BS about the same way.
  19. I'd request it as urgent under "family unification" for travel purposes......stating you have travel commitment and don't want to leave her behind in MX as a unaccompanied single female. That's all true based on what you mention and might be enough to make the diff. Suerte.
  20. Bet that is not going to work too well in the rainy season....the same way that StarChoice doesn't do well in heavy weather in Canada. but hey that's only 4 to 5 months a year, from 4 or 5 pm to past midnight. All good.
  21. You're still responsible if the meter has been rigged or bypassed, amigo. You sure seem to have a lot of time to argue on this board, for someone who says they are starting a new business up.
  22. Correct, the owner of the home / CFE account has the responsibility. Fines can be 5 to 6 x what the bills would have been. Fair warning. And "0" use......even a fridge on "idle" and no lights will use 2 to 3 kWh per day.....hmmmmm......a tech from Canada doesn't "understand" this? Or doesn't want to????
  23. updated link for this: ¿Cómo activar roaming de datos en el extranjero? | Telcel
  24. Or follow the locals and just bomb through the parking lots, using them as laterals.......! 😉
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