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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle October 30 2021 #91247
    IRunInTheSand
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    I was at the VA Hospital last week getting my annual physical.

    Prior to the doctor coming in, an RN came in to take my vital readings and ask me some questions.

    “Have you had the Covid vaccine” she asked.

    “Nothing personal, but that’s none of your business”

    “I have to ask you that sir.”

    “Its none of your business” I repeated.

    Because there was no “yes” or “no” box to check, I noticed her typing frantically for about 20 seconds.

    “Have YOU had the Covid vaccine?” I asked while she was typing away.

    “That’s a personal question and I’m not going to tell you” was her reply.

    “Great answer” I said with a smile. “I respect you for saying that”

    Then I held out my fist for a fist bump saying “We still pals?”

    “Of course” – and she fist bumped me back.

    I’m sure the doctor read what the RN wrote, and afterwards asked if he could shake my hand.

    “Sure” I said and we shook hands.

    “It’s a real honor to have you as a patient. You ex-Air Force pilots are a certain breed. You guys aren’t easily pushed around.”

    Moral of story: You never know what good things can happen when you stand up for yourself. Most people will have high respect for you – as that VA MD did for me.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 25 2021 #88123
    IRunInTheSand
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    Pharmacist Tips on Ordering Ivermectin

    Pharmacist Tips on Ordering Ivermectin

    “Ivermectin is the gun. Zinc is the bullet”

    “We de-worm horses once a year but why not ourselves?”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 21 2021 #87744
    IRunInTheSand
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    Covid trickle down?

    Here’s a comment from Karl Denninger’s discussion board …

    A coming problem in the travel industry may be NO PILOTS

    “When traveling a few weeks back, I was speaking with the pilots as we had to wait on another plane (mechanical).

    While striking up a conversation (surprisingly friendly guys), one of the (United) pilots mentioned that the mandates will soon have an huge effect in this manner: as they are mandated to get Vaxxed, many pilots are already failing their annual EKG tests due to Myocarditis showing up.

    In his opinion, 90% of pilots are already vaxxed, and as they all have to take an EKG, they will be failing the tests and will be grounded.

    He said give it six months and there will not be enough pilots to fly, creating a huge drawdown in flights.”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 20 2021 #87658
    IRunInTheSand
    Participant

    Can Ivermectin be used as a treatment protocol with all kinds of flu?

    Thank you.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 31 2021 #85885
    IRunInTheSand
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    Information on ordering Ivermectin from India

    I found a supplier that would accept PayPal for making payment – which was far easier for me than the multitude of other payment options that were available.

    Here’s the email contact for the supplier I used:

    panopticeximpvtltd@gmail.com

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 26 2021 #85456
    IRunInTheSand
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    CDC just reported that overdoses of Ivermectin are rising.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 26 2021 #85442
    IRunInTheSand
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    @ Doc Robinson, @ Germ, @ absolute galore

    Thank you all for the great ivermectin info.

    To all of you that want to improve your health, let me share this an experience I’ve had for the last 5 years.

    I’ve had an annual gym membership for almost 30 years. I’m 74 years old – and health has always been my #1 priority.

    Everybody knows that gyms are germ factories, but the benefits of keeping your muscles strong clearly outweigh the risks.

    I use to get 1-2 colds per year – and the source was most likely the gym.

    In an attempt to combat colds, I’ve been taking 50 mg of zinc everyday for the last 5 years.

    The result?

    I have not had one single cold during the last 5 years.

    Maybe some of the medical experts on this discussion would like share their thoughts on this, but even though I am only a sample size of one, that has been my experience.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 25 2021 #85384
    IRunInTheSand
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    re: expiration dates on drugs

    I can’t help but wonder if those exp dates aren’t created to be artificially low.

    More money for the drug industry.

    Any opinions on that?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 25 2021 #85378
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    @ Germ
    @ Absolute Galore

    Thanks again for all your help.

    How long are ivermectin tablets good for?

    I understand their effectiveness falls when beyond the expiration date, but by how much?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 24 2021 #85346
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    @ Absolue Galore

    Thank you for the great information for taking ivermectin.

    Thanks too for the suggestion that I buy more than I originally anticipated. I’m going to do that.

    I’ll send ivermectin tabs to my friends that are health oriented – like myself.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 24 2021 #85199
    IRunInTheSand
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    Germ,

    Would you please send me an email with the contact info for the person you use in India to purchase Ivermectin?

    Robert@RealEstateTiming.com

    I’m having trouble getting my order placed through IndiaMart using the Wise.com payment system.

    Thank you very much.

    Robert Campbell
    San Diego, CA

    PS: I want to purchase 100 ivermectin tablets @ 6 mg each. Is that the proper for daily use? Is that enough?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 26 2021 #78354
    IRunInTheSand
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    Thank you for that Red Cross information.

    I asked Mark Edmunds, M.D. Chief Medical Officer of the Red Cross that same question a day ago.

    Here’s his response:

    “There is currently no way to know whether a blood component has been acquired from an unvaccinated or vaccinated donor, nor a donor that previously had COVID-19 and recovered, or not. This is because this information is not captured on blood component labels.

    Therefore, it is possible that a transfusion recipient could receive some small amount of antibodies against COVID-19 from blood components.

    Because the vaccine is injected extravascularly (into the deltoid muscle), it is thought that minimal, if any, residual vaccine components would be present in the blood stream at the time of blood donation. I am not aware of any studies involved in the testing of donated blood components for residual vaccine. None of the vaccines being administered for emergency use currently contain live virus nor virus capable of replication. There are no known risks imparted to the blood supply from donors who have received vaccine.”

    Thank you,

    Mark

    Mark Edmunds, M.D.
    Chief Medical Officer

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 26 2021 #78342
    IRunInTheSand
    Participant

    If a vaccinated person gives blood, will spike proteins be present in the blood they donate?

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