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  1. Bo Marsh

    Meat Loaf 🙁

    Another one gone from Covid. He was definitely different from all the rest back in his day. Good memories. https://nypost.com/2022/01/21/meat-loaf-was-ill-with-covid-days-before-his-death-report/
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    Cold under that bridge, huh little fella?
  3. I noticed too. Also - if you check obits regularly on line, be sure to go back over the first two pages because they are very disorganized and have a habit of just popping a new one in anywhere.
  4. It’s not surprising that the person with the booster is less sick, is it? I’m not trying to be a wise guy, but isn’t that the way it’s supposed to work? I know people with the exact same results, with the one unvaccinated person ending up in the hospital.
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    Better Hurry

  6. This is good news. The only problem is the anti-vaxxers will be afraid to take this too.
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    60,000 In NY. 800,000 Nationwide. FAKE!!

    This is exactly what I have been saying on here for months - it’s nobody’s business what you decide. Get vaxxed, yay. Don’t get vaxxed, yay. But some on here do not want you to have that choice and you will be attacked for being too stupid to decide on your own.
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    Downtown Binghamton rape

    It’s taking way too long. This has gone way too far to just be swept under the rug.
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    Downtown Binghamton rape

    Wow. Had no idea it was this extensive. 😠
  10. Bo Marsh

    60,000 In NY. 800,000 Nationwide. FAKE!!

    Okay. You can fall in step with all the liberals and tell people what to do. I say let them decide for themselves. Anyway, have a Merry Christmas! (no offense I hope)
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    60,000 In NY. 800,000 Nationwide. FAKE!!

    Anyone can order Ivermectin and take as much as they want. If that’s what you choose to do, fine. If on the other hand, someone would rather get vaccinated, that’s fine too. See - if you let people decide for themselves, you aren’t acting like a flaming liberal. Telling everyone that chooses differently from you that they are an idiot is childish. You do not have to get vaccinated. And if you want to believe all the other Q crap about the the pandemic is fake, and even with all the deaths, the virus is all on purpose to take our minds off of a “stolen” election - great. But over 60% of the County does not feel that way. Telling people what to do on either side makes you sound like a left loon liberal. Does it really bother you that much that people have a different opinion? Let people choose for themselves.
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    60,000 In NY. 800,000 Nationwide. FAKE!!

    So all these people didn’t need to die, in a fake pandemic, if only doctors were allowed to give them medication that they know would have saved them, but they weren’t allowed to use? Is that it?
  13. Absolutely Nothing To See Here. Just All fake and lies. These aren’t even real people.Yeah, that must be it. 🙄 New York surpasses 60,000 deaths during COVID-19 pandemic By Carl Campanile December 19, 2021 4:36pm Updated New York State has quietly surpassed more than 60,000 deaths from the coronavirus, new data reveals. The state Health Department reported 47,492 COVID-19-related deaths as reported by hospitals, nursing homes and adult care facilities only. But the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports a more complete death tally based on death certificate data reported by state and city health officials. The CDC reports 60,253 deaths in New York State, crossing the 60,000 mark last week amid a flare-up in COVID-19 cases from the new highly contagious Omicron strain. More than 800,000 Americans have died from the virus. New York surpassed 50,000 deaths from the virus in late March. The good news: the death rate in New York has dropped significantly from earlier COVID-19 outbreaks because most residents have been vaccinated or built up immunity from prior infection, health officials said. “We were able, thank goodness, to persuade the older group of people to get vaccinated and get their booster,” said Ayman El-Mohandes, dean of the City University of New York’s School of Public Health. More than 21,000 people have tested positive for COVID-19 across the state in the past few days. Xinhua News Agency via Getty Images / Michael Nagle “We should expect a slower death rate.” Still, El-Mohandes said, the grim milestone “is a sad moment” for the Empire State. “All of us know people who have passed on,” he said. There were 59 deaths on Friday, markedly lower than the 102 daily seven-day average death toll last December, when vaccines weren’t widely available. In mid-January, deaths peaked at 175 per day, according to an analysis by the Empire Center for Public Policy. Lines of people in Times Square wait for a COVID-19 test. Some people reported a wait time of over an hour or more to get tested. G.N.Miller/NYPost A year ago, there were 8,000 to 9,000 COVID-19 related hospitalizations. By comparison, there were 3,909 hospitalizations as of Friday. A record number of people, more than 21,000 each on Friday and Saturday, have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days across the state. “Covid-19 hospitalizations and deaths in NY remain far below levels of the same time last year. With high vaccination levels + currently steep increase in tests, case count alone is more misleading than ever,” tweeted the Empire Center’s senior analyst E.J. McMahon. New York surpassed 50,000 deaths from the virus in late March. Xinhua News Agency via Getty Images / Michael Nagle But El-Mohandes cautioned that the Omicron surge could still overwhelm hospitals, disrupt patient care and strain already burned out medical staffers, causing labor shortages. “We can’t sustain a health care system at a crisis level forever. The health care system is not built to deal constantly in a crisis mode,” he said. The jury is still out on how many people will get sick or get mild or no symptoms from the latest Omicron outbreak or end up hospitalized. That won’t be evident for another few weeks, health officials said. The high transmission for the Omicron is cause for concern and people should take precautions, public health experts have said. People wait in line for a COVID-19 test in Times Square. G.N.Miller/NYPost “There’s simply no way Covid could spread this fast unless it’s riding roughshod over immunity from vaccination and prior infection. We still don’t know how well immunity protects from severe illness. Will take weeks to figure out protection from vaccine, prior infection, both,” said former CDC Director and ex-New York City Health Commissioner Tom Frieden said in a thread on twitter. “Even if Omicron is less severe, unless it’s LOTS less severe, it could double the current already-high US death rate to 2,000/day or more by mid-February. There’s a major risk that hospitals will be overwhelmed in the next two months. “Bottom line: Omicron is still Covid, it’s still capable of doing damage to your body. And it’s still capable of overwhelming our health systems. It’s shaping up to be a hard winter. Get vaccinated and boosted ASAP. “Older adults face the highest risk of hospitalization and death from Covid, and they need all the protection they can get,” Frieden said.
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    Anti-vax, conspiracy theorist, collector of dead animals — RFK Jr. is the dumbest Kennedy By Maureen Callahan September 23, 2021 6:45pm Updated Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s new book is titled "The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health."Sean Gallup/Getty Images How does this guy still have a platform? Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the left’s most prominent anti-vaxxer — wait, doesn’t the left despise all things anti-vax? — has a new book, a big feature in Town & Country online, and a starring role on op-ed pages agitating for parole for his father’s assassin. MORE FROM:MAUREEN CALLAHAN Ben Affleck's cruelty knows no limits after terrible Jennifer Garner insult ‘Sex and the City’ reboot turned this character's death into a gross publicity stunt New 'Sex and the City' series 'And Just Like That' is woke, weird and awful Medina Spirit's shocking death is yet another reason we should end horse racing Alec Baldwin blames the victim in sickening interview I thought there wasn’t much lower RFK Jr. could go than accusing two unknown black teenagers in the 1975 murder of 15-year-old Martha Moxley — a crime his cousin Michael Skakel was convicted of, and a conviction he worked to successfully overturn. Or the smear campaign he waged against his late wife, Mary, who died by suicide in their barn, telling the New York Times and other national media that Mary was crazy, it was a miracle he survived, he was the real victim here, then secretly and without permission exhuming Mary’s remains from the family plot in the dead of night, burying her on the other side of a hill, alone. The only thing RFK Jr. is successful at, it seems, is lowering the bar for atrocious behavior and the deliberate spread of misinformation. Here he is in Town & Country on whether he would ever take a COVID vaccine: “ ‘Oh yeah, if it did what people think it’s going to do, which is, you know, if you get a single injection, and it was safe, and it gave you protection from Covid for life, of course I would take it, as I think everybody would.’ But he is skeptical. ‘It’s hard to imagine that they’re going to find — they might! I mean, there’s 140 vaccines out there, and one of them might actually find a magic bullet.’ ” Is he transmitting from this galaxy? Even Bobby’s own family members have called him out publicly — something Kennedys almost never do, especially if you are a sexual assaulter or rapist or have left a young woman paralyzed for life or to die alone in a shallow body of water. Never complain, never explain. That’s the Kennedy way. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. with his late wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Yet Bobby’s anti-vax nonsense, which he has been peddling for years — traveling all over the world even now, in a pandemic, getting paid to spread his anti-vax propaganda! — has been enough. “RFK Jr. is Our Brother and Uncle,” read a 2019 Politico op-ed by Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Joe Kennedy II (who left Pamela Kelley paralyzed after flipping a Jeep in 1973), and the late Maeve Kennedy McKean. “He’s Tragically Wrong about Vaccines.” His niece, Dr. Kerry Kennedy Meltzer, in the New York Times, December 2020: “I love my uncle. But when it comes to vaccines, he is wrong.” Instagram banned Bobby in February “for repeatedly sharing debunked claims about the coronavirus or vaccines,” according to a company statement. Yet someone at Skyhorse, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, thought it was a great idea to give him a book deal on this very topic. Must have been the same editor who acquired his book defending Michael Skakel. “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health” will be published this November. SEE ALSO Instagram yanks Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s account over bogus COVID vaccine claims Unlike other works by prominent authors, RFK Jr.’s has yet to be given an advance review by Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, Library Journal or Booklist, as is industry standard. Simon & Schuster isn’t promoting it. His book has one lone blurb on Amazon from someone described as the founder of “the most visited natural health site on the web for the last twenty years.” What does that tell you? As for Sirhan Sirhan, his father’s assassin, RFK Jr. subscribes to yet another conspiracy theory: that Sirhan didn’t fire the shot that killed his father, even though the whole world saw it on TV, he was almost immediately arrested, and the parole board is confident in Sirhan’s guilt — guilt Sirhan himself admits — and utter lack of remorse. Yet RFK Jr. wrote a letter to the parole board arguing for release, which was granted. To read this gentle profile in T&C, this is all Bobby being Bobby: He’s wacky! He’s a contrarian! He does crazy things like pick up dead roadkill out of compassion for animals and keep rotting carcasses in the family minivan for days or weeks — a minivan he never cleans! What a wild and zany guy. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy lies on the floor of the Ambassador hotel in Los Angeles after he was shot by Sirhan Sirhan. Boris Yaro, Los Angeles Times/AP “It’s so foul, the minivan,” his brother Max says. “A few years ago, oh my God, a seagull had died, and that was in there way too long.” Conspiracy theories, paranoia, the denial of empirical facts, hoarding dead animals: Does this not sound like mental illness to you? No? How about comparing oneself to Jesus Christ? Yes, Bobby goes full Kanye here, comparing the criticism he bears to the Crucifixion. And just like Jesus, Bobby will do what it takes to be with us always, whether we like it or not. “I just grew up knowing that’s what you do. That’s what Jesus did,” he says. “That was the message of Jesus falling three times on his way to Calvary: It wasn’t that he fell, it was that he kept getting back up again.” Should these points fail to convince publishers, parole boards and anyone in power from giving this guy a platform, may I submit: Robert F. Kennedy Jr., in a speech to protesters in Berlin last August, compared Dr. Anthony Fauci, vaccines and the CDC to Nazi Germany. Sirhan Sirhan (right) with his attorney Russell E. Parsons in Los Angeles after the RFK shooting in 1968. AP Photo Sirhan Sirhan was granted parole on Aug. 27, 2021. California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation via A Finally, the T&C writer challenges him: Why would he make such a vile comparison? Oh no, Bobby said. Everyone else got that wrong — even though the speech was filmed, even though Herman Goering was invoked, and Bobby said Bill Gates invented something called Alexis that is spying on us. “That’s the problem,” Bobby said. “I use language really precisely, and I can’t help how people interpret it.” At least that message is on-brand for Kennedys: No matter how much trouble they cause, how carelessly they move through the world, imposing what little they think they know, the lack of education jaw-dropping — it’s we who are always the problem.
  15. Bo Marsh

    More “Fake” Stuff For The Holidays

    I agree with you 100%.