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The Hunt Begins!

2021.11.30 17:52 Loui_Vesco The Hunt Begins!

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2021.11.30 17:52 LeChiotx Stop playing the Artist cheaply

She is really cool and pretty awesome. I'm tired though of how many people was legit just face camping with her. You will never learn how to use her if all you are concerned about it getting that 1k at the sake of the game. I get it she is new and you aren't great with her yet, camping hook and tunneling the same person will not make you better.
Legit keep seeing this in almost every match with her now. Some poor survivor is face camped into oblivion. This happens every new Killer and people start to complain new Killer isn't fun.
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2021.11.30 17:52 Alarmed_Pie_5033 Does this exist?

Ok, I don't know if this is an actual movie, but an image popped in my head the other day that struck me as something I might have seen.
Two people in a distopian futuristic setting. They're about to have sex, but they use some device first to prove they are clean; stds or whatever.
Might just be current events influencing my imagination.
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2021.11.30 17:52 Pietro405 $XSPA ($1.75) in collaboration with Gingko to implement Covid/Omicron Airport Surveillance Project

XpresSpa Group and Ginkgo Bioworks Collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 Biosurveillance Program Expands to Include Detection of the New Omicron Variant November 30, 2021 (Globe Newswire) Print
XpresSpa Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: XSPA) ("XpresSpa" or the "Company"), a health and wellness company, today announced through a joint effort with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Ginkgo Bioworks (NYSE: DNA), the expansion of its current COVID-19 variant surveillance program to detect the new Omicron variant through its XpresCheck subsidiary.
On Saturday, November 27, the White House announced new travel restrictions applicable to eight African countries in response to a new COVID-19 variant of concern, designated as "Omicron" by the World Health Organization.
"Information about the Omicron variant is rapidly evolving," said Dr. Martin Cetron, the Director for the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine (DGMQ) at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "We are actively working to scale up this collaborative post-arrival airport-based surveillance testing program to monitor for this new variant in arriving travelers."
On Sunday, November 28, XpresCheck expanded its COVID-19 biosurveillance program to test passengers entering the United States from Southern Africa, including passengers making connections through Europe. The initial COVID-19 biosurveillance program launched in September and provided testing for travelers arriving from India at three key United States airports, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Newark-Liberty International Airport, and San Francisco International Airport, and is expanding to include Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
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2021.11.30 17:52 SuperAlex25 What's your favorite skin from each battle pass this chapter?

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2021.11.30 17:52 Whole_Shape9055 A Comprehensive report on the Past and Current History of Vaccinations

Good Day Everyone, I just found this forum and I'm excited to share my research. Full disclosure, I've had every single childhood vaccine as well as others to be given in my teens such as meningitis.
I had COVID this time last year and it was a mild case.
I'm a HUGE proponent of a person's right to choose whether it be vaccines or abortion.
Anyway, here is a link to my report on imgur (the formatting sucks when I copy paste to Reddit, but I put it below anyway.)


We’ve been told for almost two years now that the only way out of this pandemic is through quarantine, contact tracing, and vaccinations\[1, 2\]. But we’ve been getting vast amounts of conflicting information about COVID and everything surrounding it. First the US Government officials told us that masks don’t work\[3\]. Then studies told us they do work\[4\]. Our officials were against vaccine mandates before they were for them\[5\]. Now our rights under the Nuremberg Code, requiring informed consent, are in the process of being violated. 
It is my goal to, with this document, give the individual the information needed to make an informed decision as to what they will put in their bodies. This will be quite a difficult task as the pharmaceutical companies are fighting to keep their trial data secret until the year 2076 [A].
To get a sense of how quickly these trials and subsequent EUA approvals have progressed, let’s take a look at the development of three separate vaccines. The DTaP vaccine is a standard recommendation for infants. The Diphtheria vaccine was developed from 1894 through 1914. The Tetanus vaccine was developed from 1889 through 1926. The Pertussis vaccine was developed from 1900 through 1939. They were combined into one vaccine in 1948, after 45 years of independent research and testing[6]. The Hepatitis B vaccine was quite the feat of modern science, as it was the first vaccine to be anti-cancer. This is due to Hep B and C causing about 80% of all cases of liver cancer, which was the second most common cause of cancer death. Hep B was discovered in 1965 by Dr. Baruch Blumberg, who won the Nobel Prize for this discovery. The blood test was developed shortly thereafter with the help from microbiologist Irving Millman. In 1969, they developed the first vaccine. In 1981 the FDA approved a pasteurized version of the Hep B vaccine called Heptavax, by Merck. It was discontinued in 1990 in favor of one developed in 1986. The second generation Hep B vaccine was synthetically prepared and did not contain blood products, unlike the first candidate. This was called a DNA recombinant vaccine. It was impossible to get Hep B from these new vaccines because they did not contain blood products. From start to finish, it took 16 years to develop a safe and effective Hepatitis B vaccine[7].
The first polio outbreak in the USA was in Rutland, VT in 1894. There were 18 deaths and 132 cases of permanent paralysis. The Polio virus was isolated/discovered in 1908 by Dr. Karl Landsteiner and Dr. Erwin Popper. They filtered out spinal fluid from a deceased polio patient and injected it into live monkeys, causing disease and confirming viral transmission. In 1935 the first polio vaccine trials were done and they were poorly executed. They caused great harm to those involved due to researchers in PA and NY administering vaccines containing active polio viruses, to tens of thousands of subjects, many of whom became severely ill or paralyzed, experienced allergic reactions, or even died of polio. The Koprowski vaccine tests took place between 1948-1950 and had no noted side-effects. The Salk vaccine trials took place between 1952-1953 and were suspended in 1955 due to 11 documented deaths and hundreds of cases of paralysis. Between 1959-1963, Albert Sabin partnered with Soviet health officials to produce an affordable alternative. Studies showed that his oral polio vaccine triggered a faster immune response and was easier to administer than Salk’s vaccine. However, both vaccines were effective in stopping the spread of all strains in the bloodstream. Vaccine trials took a total of 28 years before finding a safe and effective medicine. Polio was eventually eradicated in the USA in 1994 and in Europe in 2002[8].
So we have the development of three different types of neutralizing vaccines that all took between 16-45 years to develop, and yet they are not mandated by the federal government. The COVID-19 vaccines were developed in 11 months, and now the US Government is mandating them as a one size fits all health policy, without long term safety data.
Before the most recent federal mandate for COVID-19 vaccines, the vaccination requirements were left up to the states. State laws still establish vaccination requirements for school children. States may require immunization of healthcare workers and of patients/residents of healthcare facilities. When getting an FDA approved vaccine, a Vaccine Information statement (VIS) is required to be given to the person receiving the vaccine (or their guardian in the case of a minor or compromised person). The VIS is a document produced by the CDC that informs the vaccine recipient about the benefits and risks of the vaccine. All vaccine providers are required by the National Vaccine Childhood Injury Act (NCVIA – 42 U.S.C. § 300aa-26) to give the appropriate VIS prior to every dose of the specific vaccine. The VIS is not an informed consent form[9]. There is no VIS for COVID-19 vaccines authorized under EUA. VIS will become available when there are licensed COVID-19 vaccines[10]. This last bit of information may be confusing, as we were told that the FDA approved the PfizeBioNTech COVID-19 vaccine[11]. EUA authorization is a designation given only when FDA approved alternatives are not available on the market. Why are the Moderna and JnJ vaccines still subject to EUA when Pfizer was FDA approved? Why have the EUAs of Moderna and JnJ not been revoked if there is an FDA approved alternative on the market? Some would say that it’s because there is no FDA approved vaccine available within the USA[12]. But the question remains: If there is an FDA approved vaccine in the USA, why has the CDC not put out a VIS for it? Based on the evidence given, or in some cases a lack thereof, there is no FDA approved vaccine in the USA.
Moving past whether or not there is an FDA approved vaccine, we should concern ourselves with whether or not the vaccine is neutralizing/non-neutralizing and effective or ineffective. According to Bill Gates, founder of Moderna, “We got vaccines that help you with your health, but they only slightly reduce the transmission[13].” Given this information, one would be correct in asking, “If vaccines are supposed to provide immunization form disease, why are these shots considered vaccines?” The short answer is that the CDC changed the definition of vaccination in September of 2021[14]. They changed the definition to include mRNA vaccines under the new definition. The mRNA shots are not vaccines though, they are gene therapy according to Stefan Oelrich of Bayer Pharmaceuticals[15].
So at this point, we’ve established that the US Government has changed the definition of vaccine to include injections that are gene therapy, don’t immunize, and don’t prevent transmission or infection. So why are they being mandated, without precedent, by the federal government for US citizens? Are they really safe? The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) was set up by the CDC. Knowingly filing a false VAERS report is punishable by a fine and imprisonment (18 U.S. Code § 1001). The WHO set up the website www.vigiaccess.com for reporting adverse events. According to the WHO data on www.vigiaccess.com, in 2021, so far there have been 6,078,065 side effects across 2,526,133 reports. 40% of the reports are from the ages of 11-44, and 31% of the reports are from ages 45-64. In 2020, there were 2,298 reports submitted to this database. As a reminder, the polio vaccine trials were temporarily halted when 11 children died during the trials. So far, at least 18 children have had their deaths recorded as due to post-vaccination side effects [16, VAERS ID numbers included]. In 1952, the Polio outbreak in the US was at its worst. Of the nearly 58,000 cases reported that year, 3,145 died and 21,269 patients were left with mild paralysis. That means that we suspended vaccine trials for a disease that had a 5% death rate at it’s height, when only 11 children had died from the vaccines[17]. According to CDC data (accurate as of 11/13/21 [18]) the percentage of death on age groups 0-4 and 5-18 account for 0.085% of the total percentage. The actual number of patients listed in these age groups is 712. The US population has just under 330 million citizens[19].
Breaking this down, we are about to mandate a genetic therapy medical procedure[15] that does not prevent infections or transmission, onto a subset of the population that is statistically not at risk of serious illness or disease. Why are we doing this? What are the possible repercussions of using these types of medicines? To answer this question, we would need a case study where leaky vaccines were used. The term ‘leaky vaccine’ prolongs host survival or reduces disease symptoms without preventing viral replication and transmission[20]. Mareks disease in chickens has been treated with leaky vaccines. The result was that the evolution of the virus was enhanced as to further infect the chickens and it increased the viral load that they would shed. The result was that they would become super spreaders to the unvaccinated chickens. Eventually the virus mutated to the point that the disease was 100% fatal unvaccinated chickens[21]. The US government is aware of this situation and there are studies affirming this information about leaky vaccines [22, 23]. To further build upon the important question: Why are we federally mandating vaccines, for population groups who are statistically not at risk, with leaky vaccines, when we know there is significant evidence that we will make the problem worse in the long term?
As consumers in the USA, we have certain rights when drug companies are marketing their products to us. It is important to note that only America and New Zealand allow pharmaceutical companies to market their drugs directly to consumers[24]. When advertising a benefit of a drug, the companies cannot advertise the benefit of the drug unless it is related to FDA approved use. The advertisement must also be supported by substantial evidence. The law requires that print ads making claims about a drug include what is called a “brief summary” which generally includes: who should not take the drug, when the drug should be taken, possible serious side effects and what can be done to lower the risks of said side effects, as well as frequently occurring but not necessarily serious side effects. Prescribing information is also called product information, product labeling or the package insert. It is generally drafted by the drug company and subsequently approved by the FDA. This information travels with the drug as it moves from the manufacturing company to the pharmacist. This PI is the basis for how the drug company can advertise its drug. The PI includes such details as: its chemical composition, how it works, how it interacts with other drugs, supplements, foods and beverages, what condition or disease it treats, who should not use the drug, serious side effects, even if they rarely occur, commonly occurring side effects, even if they are not serious, and finally its effects on specific groups of patients (children, pregnant women and older adults for example). The advertising laws also state that the following information must be provided when prescribing the drugs: what groups of patients should not use the drug because it may do them more harm than good, when the drug should not be used, serious side effects, side effects seen in specific populations, commonly occurring side effects, chance of drug use or dependence, and the chance of the drug causing withdrawal symptoms[25]. How does this all relate to COVID-19 vaccines?
These vaccines have all been advertised by companies and organizations that are unrelated to those producing them. One of the reasons is that you cannot advertise an EUA medicine, however, didn’t Pfizer Comirnaty get FDA approval? If that is true, why is the VIS not distributed when this medicine is administered? Instead you are given forms for Pfizer[26], Moderna[27], or Johnson & Johnson[28], granted we are told that Pfizer is the only FDA approved therapeutic and it is available in the USA[29]. But if this is true, there are a few very important questions that need to be asked.
Why is the VIS not distributed with the Pfizer vaccine? Why were the EUA designations for JnJ and Moderna not revoked, as required by law once an FDA approved therapeutic is available? As quoted from the FDA website, “Under section 564 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act), when the Secretary of HHS declares that an emergency use authorization is appropriate, FDA may authorize unapproved medical products or unapproved uses of approved medical products to be used in an emergency to diagnose, treat, or prevent serious or life-threatening diseases or conditions caused by CBRN threat agents when certain criteria are met, including there are no adequate, approved, and available alternatives[30].” The key phrase here is “no adequate, approved and available alternatives.” We are left with a simple and binary reality. Either the Pfizer vaccine being administered is not FDA approved or the US Government is violating its own standards for Emergency Use Authorization. The question remains: Why?
We are now at a point in the world where certain world governments are halting vaccine administration to certain age groups based on safety concerns[31, 32]. They are citing grave concerns about rare but serious side effects. We should be allowed access to the trial data, but instead we are being told that we may have to wait until 2076 to see the 329,000 pages of data. Why is the FDA fighting against the timely release of this data? What are they hiding?
A recent study came out[33] and its conclusions are stunning. Below is a chart showing how although the shots did show correlation with a reduction in deaths, the adverse events from vaccination are simply not worth it, given a risk/benefit analysis. Moderna death count was 2 to 3 with a 4 to 1 risk of an adverse event, vaccinated to unvaccinated. Pfizer death count was 2 to 4 with a 1.5 to 1 risk of adverse events vaccinated vs unvaccinated. JnJ death count was 3 vs 16 with a 1.8 to 1 risk of adverse events. Coming back to the original purpose of this document, education, we arrive at mandates. We have informed consent in the United States as well as defined through the Nuremberg Code. The Code requires a person to be “situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force [ …] or other […] constraint or coercion[34].” “Informed consent is the process in which a health care provider educates a patient about the risks, benefits and alternatives of a given procedure or intervention. The patient then must make a voluntary decision about whether to undergo the procedure or intervention. Informed consent is both an ethical and legal obligation of medical practitioners in the US and originates from the patient’s right to direct what happens to their body. The required standard for informed consent is determined by the state. The three acceptable legal approaches to adequate informed consent are (1) Subjective standard: What would this patient need to know and understand to make an informed decision? (2) Reasonable patient standard: What would the average patient need to know to be an informed participant in the decision? (3) Reasonable physician standard: What would a typical physician say about this procedure? Many states use the "reasonable patient standard" because it focuses on what a typical patient would need to know to understand the decision at hand. However, it is the sole obligation of the provider to determine which approach is appropriate for a given situation.[35]”
Given that informed consent is required in the administration of medicine, how is the Federal government’s most recent mandate both legal and constitutional? It is our job as citizens of the USA to hold our government accountable to the laws of this country and to protect the rights and freedoms of its citizens, including the right to bodily autonomy.
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Thank you for letting me post in this community. I appreciate any comments or criticisms offered. Be kind, be brutal, IDC I want your honesty.
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2021.11.30 17:52 yaznicxle Off Campus Housing?

I plan on living on an off campus student only apartment for the 2022-23 school year and I was wondering if FASFA gives money for off campus housing? I heard that I could receive more money if I’m living alone and off campus but this is my first time and I wanted to know if anyone else has done so.
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2021.11.30 17:52 froozensolid23 53 [m4a]looking for friends

Looking for long term chatters , chat about outdoors, hobbies, things you have seen around this country , whatever is on your mind for the day hmu for snap
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2021.11.30 17:52 zzoah__ Does everyone’s UPenn portal look like this?? I am so nervous lol

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2021.11.30 17:52 igorlramos I had a power outage at home and when I turned my pc back on fightcade doesn't want to open the emulator anymore. fcadeneo.exe doesn't open and the "test game" button doesn't open the emulator either. It was running all good before that

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2021.11.30 17:52 Cthola What is the weirdest porn in your opinion?

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2021.11.30 17:52 Expert_Extreme8020 Trading r ghost for no pot ghost and adds or full grown or post or teen no pot please

I have r 3 ghost dragon
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2021.11.30 17:52 Difficult-Traffic226 Anyone else quit / how long do you think the strike will last?

Anyone else just quit studying for there classes on strike and just focusing on their classes that are still continuing 😭😭
It seems UM administration will never compromise, and UMFA will never settle. How long do you guys think the strike will last with these current conditions?
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2021.11.30 17:52 AcanthocephalaFew145 Sabe qual é a origem do metro? Descubra agora!

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2021.11.30 17:52 TheKrazyKitten [WTS] Bunch of Air Jordan’s for sale (9-10.5)

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2021.11.30 17:52 AlexandreTheProtogen Hehe Protomogus.

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2021.11.30 17:52 postmastern Игрушки оказались лучшей инвестицией, чем золото, предметы искусства и ценные бумаги

Игрушки оказались лучшей инвестицией, чем золото, предметы искусства и ценные бумаги Необычные способы инвестирования, например коллекционирование игрушек, могут приносить хороший доход. Так, снятые с производства наборы LEGO растут в цене на 11 процентов в год — быстрее, чем золото, акции и облигации, показали экономисты из ВШЭ.
Игрушки оказались лучшей инвестицией, чем золото, предметы искусства и ценные бумаги / ©Getty images
Статья опубликована в журнале Research in International Business and Finance. Согласно опросу Barclays, богатые люди инвестируют примерно 10 процентов средств в драгоценности, предметы искусства, антиквариат, коллекционные вина и автомобили (помимо традиционных вложений в ценные бумаги).
Особенно высок спрос на такие товары (и рост цен на них) в развивающихся странах: Китае, России и государствах Ближнего Востока. Этот способ разнообразить вложения хорошо изучен, в отличие от более необычных предметов, покупка которых может показаться несерьезным занятием: наборов LEGO, кукол Барби, фигурок супергероев, моделей машин или поездов.
«Мы привыкли к тому, что если люди покупают какие-то вещи ради инвестиций, то это драгоценности, антиквариат или предметы искусства. Однако есть и другие варианты, например, коллекционные игрушки. На вторичном рынке LEGO каждый день совершаются десятки тысяч сделок. Даже учитывая небольшую стоимость большинства наборов, это огромный рынок, который мало знаком традиционным инвесторам», — рассказала один из авторов исследования, доцент факультета экономических наук ВШЭ Виктория Добрынская.
Наборы конструктора могут быстро расти в цене, и тому есть несколько причин. Во-первых, их производят в ограниченных объемах, особенно специальные коллекции, посвященные культовым фильмам, книгам или историческим событиям. Во-вторых, после завершения продаж количество игрушек, доступных на вторичном рынке, оказывается невелико: многие владельцы не видят в них ценности (и детали теряются или выбрасываются), другие же, наоборот, придают им большое значение и не хотят продавать.
В-третьих, конструктор выпускается на протяжении нескольких десятилетий и имеет немало поклонников среди взрослых. Логично предположить, что чем больше времени проходит с момента выпуска набора, тем больше их будут ценить как классический образец или предмет ностальгии и тем меньше их останется на рынке. Однако полноценных исследований, в которых проверялось бы это предположение, до сих пор не проводилось.
Авторы статьи изучили цены на 2322 набора LEGO за период 1987–2015 годов, в датасет вошли данные о продажах на первичном рынке и сделках на онлайн-аукционах (из них отбирались только продажи новых, не открытых наборов). Цены на вторичном рынке начинают расти через два-три года после выхода конструктора, но в целом меняются очень по-разному: от –50 до +600 процентов в год.
Маленькие и очень большие наборы дорожают быстрее, чем средние, — вероятно, потому, что маленькие наборы часто содержат уникальные детали или фигурки, а очень большие выпускаются реже и больше привлекают взрослых. Также хорошо прибавляют в цене наборы, посвященные известным зданиям, фильмам или популярным праздникам (самые дорогие из них: «Тысячелетний сокол», «Кафе на углу», «Тадж-Махал», «Звезда смерти II» и «Имперский звездный разрушитель»). Отдельную категорию составляют наборы, продававшиеся очень короткое время либо раздаваемые на промоакциях компании: редкость добавляет им ценности в глазах коллекционеров.
В среднем наборы LEGO прибавляют в цене 10–11 процентов в год (и выше, если новый набор был куплен на первичном рынке со скидкой) — это больше, чем дают акции и облигации, золото и многие предметы коллекционирования, такие как марки и вина. Кроме того, цены на наборы слабо зависят от ситуации на фондовом рынке (они росли даже в кризисном 2008 году) и относительно невысоки (по сравнению с предметами искусства, антиквариатом и автомобилями), что делает их надежным и доступным способом инвестиций. Однако, отмечают авторы работы, вложения в LEGO оправдывают себя лишь в долгосрочной перспективе, от трех лет, и связаны с бóльшими расходами (на доставку, хранение), чем ценные бумаги.
«Инвесторы в LEGO получают немалую доходность от перепродажи нераспакованных наборов, особенно редких, выпущенных небольшим тиражом или давно ушедших с прилавков магазинов. Наборы, выпущенные 20–30 лет назад, вызывают чувство ностальгии у фанатов LEGO, и цены на них зашкаливают. Но несмотря на высокие доходности LEGO на вторичном рынке в целом, не все наборы одинаково успешны, и нужно быть поистине фанатом LEGO, чтобы разбираться в тонкостях рынка и увидеть инвестиционный потенциал определенного набора», — добавила Виктория Добрынская.
Источник: NakedScience
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