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  1. Why is it that when a view which is not mainstream is presented it automatically becomes misinformation? It has long been known that vitamins C and D help the body fight respiratory infections (even Fauci admits to supplementing with them). It is also known that many are deficient in them due to exceedingly poor diets. The message should have been to do everything which may help a person from getting sick. These supplements are cheap enough for blanket recommendations. The same for non-standard treatments for hospitalized patients. When front line docs reported great success treating patients with 6-8 grams of IV vitamin C each day, why were they called out as spreading misinformation? I know why, but can’t state the reasons here. As for labeling those who promote common sense approaches to avoiding getting sick as anti-vaxxers I think it is ridiculous. I know many who will not put an experimental gene therapy in their body, and they could care less if someone else does. There are always different approaches to disease prevention and management and no one should be forced to use an approach with which they disagree as a condition of living their life (an example is denying an in person college education without having proof of taking the COVID product). Sorry to branch out a bit from the subject, but some things should be repeated periodically. Maynard
  2. Israel may release the names of the unvaccinated to authorities. In view of having 80% of the population inoculated, there should not be any further concern if the treatment is truly effective. If the same laws are passed here I believe people will be attacked if their unvaccinated status is somehow “leaked.” https://www.courthousenews.com/israel-adopts-law-allowing-names-of-unvaccinated-to-be-shared/ Maynard
  3. Post a clear close-up picture of the underside of the chassis in the Talkin’ Tubes section. I would like to see the condition. Maynard
  4. Travis, I appreciate your perspectives! But, as my 6’7” 300 pound attorney brother in law (who uses his size to great advantage in the courtroom) tells me constantly “you will never win an argument with an attorney”, I will concede until I have the time to state my case with more support documentation. I would enjoy listening to you and him discussing this issue 😄 Maynard
  5. Doctors are not telling patients that long term ramifications of putting this previously untested medical treatment in their bodies are unknown. If pressed, as some patients do, they will admit it. This is not misinformation, but simple truth. Informed consent is not being employed when it comes to these products. Anyone who has had surgery knows the detailed possibilities, including death, that could occur. If you will not sign, no surgery. As I said earlier, as long as we have personal choice in how we deal with the virus, all is well. But, if segments of society are forced to accept an experimental medical therapy as a condition of being allowed to participate, that is a different matter. The vaccine “passports” which are being rolled out will stigmatize those who do not comply. Some Jewish friends have drawn a parallel to something which cannot be discussed here. Maynard
  6. I cannot do that having seen too many instances of harm to people who did so. You mentioned polio as an example. There were issues with the early vaccines which were not initially known (or if known, not disclosed). My issue with the current therapy is that it is now being made a condition for receiving an in-person education (Rutgers, for example), and attending public venues/dining out/air travel, etc. (vaccine “passports”). This is where a very dangerous precedent is being set in my opinion. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10472327/ Maynard
  7. I understand your skepticism about an agency which lies constantly. It is unfortunate that scientists who raise concerns about the mainstream view are immediately branded as “quacks” who are spreading misinformation. Some interesting points were raised in this Israeli article from January. Doctors and other medical personnel I know have raised similar concerns. https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/294852 Maynard
  8. Here is another article which highlights the legality of mandating a treatment which is not yet approved, and also discusses the protection offered to some employees by their unions. https://finance.yahoo.com/m/ec8be132-9dbb-3ba2-ab82-ff3e66041a40/‘if-a-student-chooses-to-come.html I imagine there will be some interesting legal precedents set before this is resolved. Any thoughts from forum members outside the US about how this is evolving in your country? Maynard
  9. Read the last 2 paragraphs at the end of this article: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/rutgers-university-students-vaccinated-190844608.html Unless things have changed, employees are represented by 19 union locals. Maynard
  10. Rutgers is requiring all students to take vaccine for on campus study in September. Staff and all employees are exempt! That is because the latter are protected by a union and have rights. This is a dangerous precedent for an experimental medical treatment. https://www.cnn.com/2021/03/25/us/rutgers-covid-vaccine-students/index.html Maynard
  11. I agree that you should wait until you have done the acoustical treatment work before deciding on an amp. That said, much will depend on how loudly you listen, how close to the speakers you will sit when listening, etc. I have had guys running as little as 300 mw per channel SETs with LSs without issues. This topic should generate some good discussion. Maynard
  12. The forum now has a Talkin’ Tubes section with a huge amount of info about using tube amps with Klipsch speakers. If you post your question there I, and others, will gladly give you stuff to consider. Maynard
  13. Would you let your baby be a laboratory test subject for the vaccine knowing that if it kills your child Moderna has no liability? https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/16/health/moderna-covid-vaccine-children.html Maynard
  14. The first test of the CICP for a coronavirus patient. https://www.usnews.com/news/top-news/articles/2021-03-11/americans-seek-compensation-for-failed-covid-19-treatments-from-us-fund Maynard
  15. I have used Craters and Freighters and they packed my equipment to survive an airplane drop. Very highly recommended: https://www.cratersandfreighters.com/ Maynard
  16. The deaths are indeed tragic. However, many of the hospital based docs I know say that the protocols being used may result in greatly inflated numbers and they know that some of the patients labeled as dying from the virus did not have it. The PCR test methodology may not be as accurate as some would like to believe as is explained in this recently updated NY Times article. At this point I don’t know what to believe, especially after reading about how the situation is viewed in other countries. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/29/health/coronavirus-testing.html Maynard
  17. Travis, my understanding is that a person can not file a lawsuit at the state or federal level and must go through the CICP which has severe caps on payouts, even for death. The likelihood of collecting in that program is almost zero. Please correct me if I am wrong. Maynard
  18. Pfizer has asked countries to put up sovereign assets such as military bases, federal bank reserves, and embassy buildings as collateral to cover the cost of awards resulting from lawsuits over adverse events, as well as their own negligence, fraud, and malice! This is absurd in my opinion..... https://www.statnews.com/2021/02/23/pfizer-plays-hardball-in-covid19-vaccine-negotiations-in-latin-america/ Maynard
  19. In analyzing my personal risk to benefit of taking the “vaccine” I came across this very fascinating, and concerning, information. Has anyone else thought about this given the possible long term, unknown, effects of these fast tracked medications? https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2020/12/29/595414.htm https://www.hrsa.gov/cicp Maynard
  20. The Little Tough Guy SEP and separate power supply. Maynard
  21. A new mutation found in Oregon is causing concern. I wonder how many booster shots will be needed to keep pace with all of the mutations which are forthcoming as the virus keeps finding new ways to survive. In my opinion, a better approach would be to find treatments to mitigate the disease process and let natural herd immunity take place. https://www.yahoo.com/news/oregon-scientists-virus-variant-worrying-151505340.html Maynard
  22. The other day at the local supermarket a woman was shopping without a mask. To my surprise, a plain clothes guy appeared out of nowhere, identified himself as store security, and asked if she had a face covering with her. She said yes, and he told her to put it on while waiting for her to do so. I was impressed. They provide one if a person does not have their own. Maynard
  23. Reading this makes me wonder if it is possible for the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, due to manufacturing defects, to actually cause cancer. I am not saying they will, but it certainly raises a question in my mind about safety given the extremely short trial period and reliance on the manufacturers’ truthfulness about their trials. Time will tell....... https://www.mskcc.org/news/scientists-find-cancer-drivers-hiding-rna-not-dna Maynard
  24. The Little Joy mono SEP and separate power supply. Maynard
  25. A new mutation is showing up in NYC: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/24/health/coronavirus-variant-nyc.html Maynard
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