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Steely_D

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Location: Biscayne Bay
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Posted: Jul 19, 2024 - 3:33pm

 Jiggz wrote:
At body temp the lipid nano-particles solidify and agglomerate.....there you go.


Warmth makes lipids melt, not solidify.
They can solidify at room temperature, but the body is warmer than that.
If you've got some (legit) scientific source that says otherwise, pass it along.
Isabeau

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Posted: Jul 19, 2024 - 3:18pm

WTF?  I JUST MOWED!!!
Jiggz



Posted: Jul 19, 2024 - 11:59am

 kurtster wrote:

Only my first two Moderna's.  Waited to get that instead of the Pfizer.  Too many possible handling problems and we never did find out what happens to the vaccine if it got warmer than the required storage temp before using.  Couldn't trust the distribution chain.

The wife got a booster against my wishes, which I kept to myself.  She had to make up her own mind by herself.  I should'a spoke up.  Very shortly afterwards she got pneumonia, was hospitalized and has been on oxygen ever since. With what is apparently long covid.  She wishes she hadn't and I wish I had spoken up.  



I hear you...my sister kept on at me to get the jab. I declined but I failed to make any attempt to discourage her. She had to make her own mind up by herself.
She got the long white rubbery clots in her leg and heart, was saved at the last hurdle, only to discover she has one of those turbo cancers that has now metastisized from her bowel to her liver.
5th round of chemo started this week....5 foot 9 and 42kgs...I hope she makes it. She is 63.
My other sister who is 70 and admittedly obese suddenly developed some weird blood disorder/haemaglobin/bone marrow issue that I had never before heard of and requires frequent transfusions. I now know 3 people with this same disorder, one in her 40's. Never heard of it before.
I should'a fucking spoken up, man.....

At body temp the lipid nano-particles solidify and agglomerate.....there you go.

I hope your good wife gets better. There are spike protein detoxification programmes that one can find and follow if you want to go down that rabitt hole.
steeler

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Location: Perched on the precipice of the cauldron of truth


Posted: Jul 19, 2024 - 11:20am

 Jiggz wrote:

How many folks here have had their ninth 'Rona jab.......everyone was pretty gung-ho for them back at the time.
I was wondering if the shine had worn off by now, or if the strokes and cancers had put the brakes on anyone.......or if everyone was still balls-to-the-wall trusting the science and lining up for booster number nine....just wondering..........and expecting to hear crickets.....



I have received boosters after the original two. I plan on getting one this fall after the updated vaccine becomes available. No issues to date.
kurtster

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Location: where fear is not a virtue
Gender: Male


Posted: Jul 19, 2024 - 10:58am

 Jiggz wrote:
How many folks here have had their ninth 'Rona jab.......everyone was pretty gung-ho for them back at the time.
I was wondering if the shine had worn off by now, or if the strokes and cancers had put the brakes on anyone.......or if everyone was still balls-to-the-wall trusting the science and lining up for booster number nine....just wondering..........and expecting to hear crickets.....
 
Only my first two Moderna's.  Waited to get that instead of the Pfizer.  Too many possible handling problems and we never did find out what happens to the vaccine if it got warmer than the required storage temp before using.  Couldn't trust the distribution chain.

The wife got a booster against my wishes, which I kept to myself.  She had to make up her own mind by herself.  I should'a spoke up.  Very shortly afterwards she got pneumonia, was hospitalized and has been on oxygen ever since. With what is apparently long covid.  She wishes she hadn't and I wish I had spoken up.  
Jiggz



Posted: Jul 19, 2024 - 10:41am

How many folks here have had their ninth 'Rona jab.......everyone was pretty gung-ho for them back at the time.
I was wondering if the shine had worn off by now, or if the strokes and cancers had put the brakes on anyone.......or if everyone was still balls-to-the-wall trusting the science and lining up for booster number nine....just wondering..........and expecting to hear crickets.....
R_P

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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 6:05pm

Boisterous bunch
Beaker

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Location: Your safe space


Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 5:01pm

 islander wrote:
I often wonder: "If I'm on a list where someone watches/reviews my google searches, what things do I cause them to search". I imagine that an underpaid bureaucrat in a Brazil style office somewhere just punched up 'goniophotometer'. 



I'm sure I'm now on at least two watch lists, and probably a no-fly list for Googling 'goniophotometer'.

islander

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Location: West coast somewhere
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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 4:22pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


He's on his third goniophotometer. Hard to believe they wear out.


I often wonder: "If I'm on a list where someone watches/reviews my google searches, what things do I cause them to search". I imagine that an underpaid bureaucrat in a Brazil style office somewhere just punched up 'goniophotometer'. 

Beaker

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Location: Your safe space


Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 2:37pm

 islander wrote:

Would you two stop using that word please?




Relax Vasili.  We're only at 2 pings each.
islander

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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 2:17pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


Servo would jump in to say that although they may be brighter, they are often not focused the same as a filament bulb would be, so if the lenses and reflectors are all engineered for a filament at X position, your flat LED bulbs might throw hotspots where you don't want them. 

Would you two stop using that word please?


ScottFromWyoming

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Location: Powell
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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 1:54pm

 Beaker wrote:


At which point I'd request Servo conduct an experiment - compare and contrast the illumination values and throw distance provided by an old school incandescent flashlight shoved up his rectum, with the more modern same size LED flashlight equivalent.  But that's just me, trying to be scientific and stuff.




He'll just print off the spreadsheet from last time.
Beaker

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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 1:44pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Servo would jump in to say that although they may be brighter, they are often not focused the same as a filament bulb would be, so if the lenses and reflectors are all engineered for a filament at X position, your flat LED bulbs might throw hotspots where you don't want them. 


At which point I'd request Servo conduct an experiment - compare and contrast the illumination values and throw distance provided by an old school incandescent flashlight shoved up his rectum, with the more modern same size LED flashlight equivalent.  But that's just me, trying to be scientific and stuff.


ScottFromWyoming

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Location: Powell
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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 1:36pm

 Beaker wrote:

This reminds me, I really need to upgrade to LED headlights.  I'm sure in doing that, I'll manage to turn an adjustment screw too far ... :-)



Servo would jump in to say that although they may be brighter, they are often not focused the same as a filament bulb would be, so if the lenses and reflectors are all engineered for a filament at X position, your flat LED bulbs might throw hotspots where you don't want them. 
Beaker

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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 1:22pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Whenever someone's headlights blind me, I still mutter "fkn servo" 

This reminds me, I really need to upgrade to LED headlights.  I'm sure in doing that, I'll manage to turn an adjustment screw too far ... :-)

ScottFromWyoming

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Location: Powell
Gender: Male


Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 12:23pm

 Beaker wrote:
Anyone who aligns their headlamps that often must have something wrong with them.  

( that's quite a reach back!  took a bit to pull it all together - seems we all remember different things!)



Whenever someone's headlights blind me, I still mutter "fkn servo" 
Beaker

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Location: Your safe space


Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 9:12am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


He's on his third goniophotometer. Hard to believe they wear out.
Anyone who aligns their headlamps that often must have something wrong with them.  

( that's quite a reach back!  took a bit to pull it all together - seems we all remember different things!)

ScottFromWyoming

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Location: Powell
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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 8:46am

 Beaker wrote:


Bring back Servo !


He's on his third goniophotometer. Hard to believe they wear out.
Beaker

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Posted: Jul 17, 2024 - 7:57am

 islander wrote:

There is one that respawns much more frequently.  And we haven't had a good batch in a long time. 


Bring back Servo !
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Location: Really deep in the heart of South California
Gender: Male


Posted: Jul 16, 2024 - 8:18pm

 oldviolin wrote:

Lawrence. His birthday was in February and it was a sunny but frozen one for him. I stopped by with a special little cake and played Happy Birthday for him on my Harmonica.
The card had a train and something about old number 97 coming down the track.

Lawrence had a large house and he had ceased using the front half and upstairs. They remained reposed and measured against the grandfather clock against a living room wall and long sense silent. He used the back entry to his house which had the kitchen, a small bedroom, and the den where he watched his television or listened to his sermons and gospel music on the radio. It was the same room where he took care of his wife until she died from cancer some years earlier. 
I remember him showing me his giant recliner from the70's. It was so worn out that he packed phone books under the back upholstery to perfectly tune his chair to all his twists and nobs. He was a marvel to me, just listening to him speak. 

As he sat I noticed a large bandage on his shin where he had scraped it somehow, and had been keeping Vaseline Intensive Care lotion on it. He told me it had been giving him trouble as I looked at the wound and I hid my concern. 
It was definitely infected and as it was already a couple of weeks old I knew his unique home wound care was not going to work. I called his son, a super nice 74 year old man, and gave him the scoop. I was worried, knowing how this can go really fast when you're old, much less ancient... 



What a friend we have in Violin.


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