I don't like the hotels in Las Vegas. But I'll do my BEST. Steve needs me. He does.I'm going to be in Europe. And I probably wouldn't anyway. My days of traveling to see Morrissey are way behind me and the times I have seen him in Vegas have been pretty sub-par. Are you
Serious question: why do you speak with that corny British affectation? For someone who prides themselves on their vocabulary and writing ability, you consistently trot out these deeply cringey and clumsy turns of phrase that no one with any actual intelligence would ever use in earnest. Is it just because you're like a sad anglophile or whatever?
also, what am i lying about exactly? when i said that everyone here carries chanel bags? is carrying a chanel bag so unbelievable to you? i mean certainly it seems like you cant believe your own luck about it, but it's not like i claimed everyone here carries diamond clasp hermes bags. i live in the third richest city in canada, lots of asians, people from dubai... its really not that fantastical. and sometimes people will just buy the bag even if everything else they own comes from the gap or whatever. lot of people dont quite get that if you dont own the lifestyle to go along with the bag, you shouldnt own the bag. which is why i would never buy an expensive handbag, though i might buy an expensive item of clothing, so long as it's an artistic brand, like marni (or dries van noten circa 2003), as opposed to a purely status old guard brand, which is what philistines with money typically wear.I didn't even buy it. It was a gift from Drakes manager, Unlike you, I'm not lying.
Thanks for the video, even though the lady was clearly at a loss explaining her data and the guy wasn't really willing (able?) to do her job, so he just came up with his conclusions which "coincidentially" matched his agenda.brett weinstein talks here about the absolute risk reduction of the vaccines. the whole idea of the vaccines being 95% effective or whatever is based on the assumption that 100 out of 100 people not vaccinated will get covid and that is egregiously false.
Now that we know that the viral load is almost the same in infected vaccinated and infected unvaccinated folks, herd immunity (the belief that getting vaccinated is beneficial for the sake of the population) is eventually off the table.Trudeau is saying we all must get vaccinated for others, if not for ourselves. We're getting scapegoated.
I know. People are hysterical. It's embarrassing, at best, and alarming at worst.I would like to clarify this again, because for me looking at these numbers from the CDC leakage and then coming to my own conclusions (not those of the media) has really relieved me of a heavy burden...
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But I had to do a little bit of maths myself, because nobody else does, strangely enough.
I assume that these CDC numbers are correct and more or less reflect the behaviour of the presently dominant delta variant world-wide.
Correct me if I am wrong, but
1) per 100,000 people, only 200 people (vaccinated and unvaccinated) will test positive and show covid19 symptoms. That's 0,2% of the population in the US. Of those 200, appr. 179 are unvaccinated and appr. 21 are vaccinated.
2) per 100,000 people, appr. only 2,53 people (v and uv) will be hospitalized with covid 19 symptoms. That's
0,00253 % of the population (I mean, is this really true? Such a low percentage?). Of those hospitalized, appr. roughly 2-3 are unvaccinated, and almost none (0,1 person) is vaccinated.
3) per 100,000 people, appr. 1 person (unvaxxed) will die. That's 0,001% of the population.
Would someone please slap my face and tell me that I have miscalculated something?
In the face of these numbers, why should I worry about the fact that the delta variant comes in a viral load that is similar to smallpox? Why should I worry about long covid?