Sad but Dr. Seuss has fallen prey to the Cancel Culture:
Which is why I used it.Sad but Dr. Seuss has fallen prey to the Cancel Culture:
The organization that preserves author Dr. Seuss's legacy says it will stop publishing 6 titles because they contain racist imagery.www.fox5ny.com
All I can say is give us back our school taxes, we don't even have any kids in school, not sure why we are even having to pay school taxes. Kids are not even in anymore school anyway. Also while I am ranting, my wife told me that she read we, the middle class, will be fronting the bill for the Canceling of Student Debts. REALLY??? We have to pay for THEIR Debt??? The Snot Nose Commies??? Haha, had to get that out...This!
In many school districts across the nation, public school teachers still don’t want to go back to work. Private sector workers have long been hard at work in kitchens, at construction sites, and in hardware and grocery stores.mises.org
But you have it backwards. The schools need even more money to pay for "comprehensive distance learning" and all the other gobbledygook. When the schools got closed last year one of the first acts of the state government in Oregon was to make it illegal for the established private online schools to enroll new students. Remember, it's all "for the children".not sure why we are even having to pay school taxes. Kids are not even in anymore school anyway.
The studies pre China Virus were all conclusive, masks were not proven effective.So I just talked to an ER nurse who said there is a lot of talk about everyone that has been wearing a mask for a year now, how damaging the extra CO2 will affect them over long term. She had a term for it, but I can't remember the name.
She said many workers have had headaches, shortness of breath, dizziness to name a few symptoms. She also said several workers have contracted Covid over the course of this year, some could state they almost most definitely got it from working at the hospital, they were single, did not go anywhere after work, had food delivered, etc., this is even with wearing a mask all day.
I did not get to ask why mask were not worn prior to Covid, other than in operating rooms. Washing hands was the main focus working in a hospital, we did not see staff wearing mask until this Pandemic. She did say unless you are wearing a KN95 mask you really are Not protected. What they do is wear the 95 then a disposable over it. The disposable is really only good for a few hours then thrown away.
I am bad, I have been wearing the same disposable for a year now, , I have it hanging off my car's rearview mirror. Of course I do not wear it all day like this nurse does.
Never forget the first time I wore a mask and noticed a bad smell, oh that was my breath, LOL.
Same here, sort of. I didn't feel either of the shots. Nothing. Damn they were good at giving them. However, both of my arms felt like a nail gun had hit them the next day. Lasted for about 4 days each. But that was it. Nothing else.I think one of the things that gets missed is that it's, specifically, vitamin D3 that they are talking about. The other thing is the dose is moderately high, as in 1000iu. We've been taking 2000iu D3 daily for years now. Maybe that's why we've been so lucky. Beats me.
I got my second jab yesterday, not Thursday. My mistake in terms of the day. In any event, there was a line wrapping around the building when we got to the Burlington County "Mega Site". It was moving fairly well, then all of a sudden went into overdrive. They opened a second entry line. We were in and out in under ten minutes. Super fast!
So far, even the injection site/arm isn't sore. In fact the guy was so good when he gave me the needle I didn't even know he'd stuck me. No lollipop though.