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  1. iris123

    European U 23 team championship 2021

    Ha ha I saw some comments yesterday about the field and price for a meeting at Teterow 20€ for a low level international field. And one guy was defending it saying how hard it is in Covid times to assemble a field of riders and anyway it is cheaper than Brokstedt the other day for a junior meeting !!! So Brokstedt is going to be used as the measure to which other promotions can compare and say ‘ at least we are cheaper than Brokstedt’
  2. You do know this is Illinois and April 2020 ?
  3. This is how they roll...... https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/aug/03/microbiologist-elisabeth-bik-queried-covid-research-thats-when-the-abuse-and-trolling-began
  4. iris123

    A voice of reason?

    I only need to mention BP, Gulf of Mehiko. I won't say anything about the Exxon Valdez or any other problem, disaster, explosion........no need Amigo
  5. iris123

    European U 23 team championship 2021

    It did come up. Maybe they stopped watching before the nominated heats ? Just out of interest, how did the weather hold up ? In parts of Hamburg we had some flooding !! https://www.mopo.de/hamburg/starkregen-ueber-hamburg-vollgelaufener-keller-und-ueberflutete-strasse/ Also saw the crowd was very disappointing. 650 or so. But maybe the weather and the price played a part. Thought it pretty expensive for what was basically a junior meeting
  6. You make it sound as if Invermectin is produced by a one man band in their cottage, but in fact it is one of Merck's products and Merck just happen to be as Big pharma as anyone else. With all their money why wouldn't they fight like hell to get their product on the market as a cheap and easy cure ? Maybe because trials aren't finished yet ? 17.5 billion € and 57,000 employees carries some weight
  7. iris123

    A voice of reason?

    As I said before, I get the feeling they really have no genuine interest in the topic, because nobody that does could get so much totally wrong as this pair
  8. Blumpets new Covid cure......if it does exist
  9. iris123

    A voice of reason?

    You and your shadow have been proven wrong time and time again, not only on this thread, but on a few others. You can't understand that, and you have shown you don't even understand what you post, as it often proves your point to be wrong. Now that is moronic
  10. Health practitioner Reza Gunawan has been promoting Ivermectin on his Twitter account, where he has more than 350,000 followers. When we asked him why he was doing this, he replied: "Ivermectin is relatively safe, low cost, effective, fast and easy to implement, and can complement the ongoing vaccination programme." He added that he is not a medical doctor. The manufacturer, Merck, has said that there is no scientific study as yet that proves Ivermectin works against Covid-19. Dr Dicky Budiman, an epidemiologist at Australia's Griffith University, has said it should not be used unsupervised, and that there could be "very serious side effects if it is not used under a doctor's supervision". Nestle Bear Brand goes viral in Indonesia !!! This happened after claims emerged on social media and WhatsApp groups that drinking this brand of milk could produce Covid antibodies. The price of the milk shot up by 455%. It is unclear where this claim originated, and there's no evidence that drinking milk can produce Covid antibodies. Nestle in Indonesia told the BBC that the company has never claimed their product can generate a Covid antibody response, which can only come from a vaccine or a previous infection. Social media posts are being widely shared about a product called propolis, described as an immunity booster These have been circulating on Twitter and Facebook, with many claiming that the product helps protect you against Covid-19. Propolis is a natural substance produced by bees and sold as an alternative remedy to treat inflammation or sores. It has been certified for sale in Indonesia since 2018 as a traditional medicine and health supplement by the country's food and drugs regulator. British propolis", as it's known in Indonesia, has an official Instagram account where claims have been made that it can help against viruses, but not specifically Covid-19. However, one post we saw on the official account talks about consuming this product "in addition to wearing masks" and refers to "prevention from within by increasing the body's resistance." There is no evidence that it does anything to prevent Covid infections. We contacted the company marketing the product in Indonesia to ask them about it, but had received no response by the time of publication
  11. I will tell you again We are doomed to die. You keep telling us that, so why should we be bothered ? But a bit of advice, as I have talked to quite a few who lived under Communism Stock up on pickled gherkins. They are one of the few things that have any taste. Plus if you can, try to grow a banana and orange tree. Otherwise you will only get one for Xmas and not see any for the rest of the year For more lifestyle under Communism tips, just ask
  12. You are talking craaap again. We had this before. Mexico had a trial of 200,000 citizens in Mexico City. Nowhere else. Now Mexico City alone has a population of 9 million and Mexico itself 127 million. You think a trial on such a small section of the population could do that ? Even the pro Invermectin guys aren't saying that, just it was promising.......
  13. iris123

    A voice of reason?

    Blimey where do you hide out ? Have you never heard about it ? Never heard one of the most important records of the 20th century, by well I am afraid to mention he was probably a communist, but Woody Guthrie did a whole blooming lp thing about it There was even a tv mini-series about it https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2357472/ There was also an obscure book by John Steinbeck about it called The Grapes of Wrath. You'll not have heard of it of course. And there was also a Hollywood adaptation starring some bloke called Henry Fonda. The book won something called the Pulitzer prize and the filum a couple of Oscars I don't think I need go any further. Nobody knows about it I guess
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