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2021-10-20 8:50:29 AM  
Oh look, it's this story again.

I did read article earlier today cases are dropping in most parts of the world except a few. Europe and England are among them.

https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/ar​i​d-40725237.html
 
2021-10-20 9:24:48 AM  
It works best as a suppository. Just sayin'.
 
2021-10-20 9:46:34 AM  
Because the UK's handling of the pandemic has been exemplary, right, subby?
 
2021-10-20 9:51:47 AM  
Around rats, never relax!
 
2021-10-20 9:55:22 AM  

Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: It works best as a suppository. Just sayin'.




Here is one focus group pondering the best shape for the suppository.  The size will be smaller for most Ivermectin users, but not all.


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2021-10-20 9:55:29 AM  
horse BUTT paste  thanks
 
2021-10-20 9:55:30 AM  
Spiking Covid cases is bad?  Even in the end zone?

Oh yeah.  That's not their football thing.
 
2021-10-20 9:57:35 AM  
They need aardvark dewormer. STAT!
 
2021-10-20 10:05:35 AM  

LordBeavis: Because the UK's handling of the pandemic has been exemplary, right, subby?


Old white idiots with unkempt dead animals for hair are apparently bad at handling a health crisis.

Who knew?
 
2021-10-20 10:06:04 AM  
Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.
 
2021-10-20 10:08:23 AM  

BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.


Training buddy's in-laws own a feed and supply store.

They have morons come in trying to buy livestock/equine ivermectine pretty much daily, and a lot of their local competitors are routinely sold out.

The narrative is accurate.
 
2021-10-20 10:12:01 AM  
Brit Farker getting his booster jab tomorrow evening - and happy about it, too.
 
TWX
2021-10-20 10:14:36 AM  

BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.


You may benefit from some of this paste:

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2021-10-20 10:16:48 AM  

kdawg7736: Europe and England are among them.


It's dropping or steady in most of western Europe. France, Italy and Spain, countries of the size of the UK have stable or dropping rates. Some countries in the EU, mostly to the east, has some increase. I think most of the increase is in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Romania. The ol' Soviet states where nobody trusts the state and vaccine rates are looooow.
 
2021-10-20 10:18:44 AM  

Elliot8654: BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.

Training buddy's in-laws own a feed and supply store.

They have morons come in trying to buy livestock/equine ivermectine pretty much daily, and a lot of their local competitors are routinely sold out.

The narrative is accurate.


Hi. Stores sell products.  Occasionally they run out.
 
2021-10-20 10:19:10 AM  

BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.


Does 'livestock dewormer' sound better for you?
Because the narrative is 100% correct when you change it to that. For real: Despite it being approved for human treatment, at the dose being punted by the vaccine-afraid, it is most certainly livestock levels being consumed.

You can lead a horse to ivermectin, but you can't make them think.
 
TWX
2021-10-20 10:20:38 AM  

Just another Heartland Weirdass: Elliot8654: BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.

Training buddy's in-laws own a feed and supply store.

They have morons come in trying to buy livestock/equine ivermectine pretty much daily, and a lot of their local competitors are routinely sold out.

The narrative is accurate.

Hi. Stores sell products.  Occasionally they run out.


Occasionally ≠ Routinely
 
2021-10-20 10:20:59 AM  

wickedragon: kdawg7736: Europe and England are among them.

It's dropping or steady in most of western Europe. France, Italy and Spain, countries of the size of the UK have stable or dropping rates. Some countries in the EU, mostly to the east, has some increase. I think most of the increase is in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Romania. The ol' Soviet states where nobody trusts the state and vaccine rates are looooow.


I noticed a total lack of Sweden on the graphs in TFA. Wondering why? 😜
 
2021-10-20 10:21:16 AM  
you cant shut down the world every time there is a spike in cases!
 
2021-10-20 10:23:30 AM  

TWX: Just another Heartland Weirdass: Elliot8654: BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.

Training buddy's in-laws own a feed and supply store.

They have morons come in trying to buy livestock/equine ivermectine pretty much daily, and a lot of their local competitors are routinely sold out.

The narrative is accurate.

Hi. Stores sell products.  Occasionally they run out.

Occasionally ≠ Routinely


N=1
 
2021-10-20 10:23:52 AM  

Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: It works best as a suppository. Just sayin'.


The least effective nausea medication my doctor has prescribed is in suppository form. When I am ready to start jamming it up my ass I know it's time to go to the hospital though so there is that.
 
2021-10-20 10:25:07 AM  

Elliot8654: BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.

Training buddy's in-laws own a feed and supply store.

They have morons come in trying to buy livestock/equine ivermectine pretty much daily, and a lot of their local competitors are routinely sold out.

The narrative is accurate.


But is it working
 
TWX
2021-10-20 10:25:16 AM  

Just another Heartland Weirdass: TWX: Just another Heartland Weirdass: Elliot8654: BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.

Training buddy's in-laws own a feed and supply store.

They have morons come in trying to buy livestock/equine ivermectine pretty much daily, and a lot of their local competitors are routinely sold out.

The narrative is accurate.

Hi. Stores sell products.  Occasionally they run out.

Occasionally ≠ Routinely

N=1


For a sufficiently large network, n(n-1)/2
 
TWX
2021-10-20 10:27:34 AM  

Por que tan serioso: Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: It works best as a suppository. Just sayin'.

The least effective nausea medication my doctor has prescribed is in suppository form. When I am ready to start jamming it up my ass I know it's time to go to the hospital though so there is that.


The image from your profile is apropos:

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2021-10-20 10:29:48 AM  

Just another Heartland Weirdass: Elliot8654: BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.

Training buddy's in-laws own a feed and supply store.

They have morons come in trying to buy livestock/equine ivermectine pretty much daily, and a lot of their local competitors are routinely sold out.

The narrative is accurate.

Hi. Stores sell products.  Occasionally they run out.


https://www.actionnewsjax.com/news/lo​c​al/animal-supply-stores-report-shortag​e-livestock-de-wormer-people-self-medi​cate-covid-19/APOGTTT4FBH2NEQ6XHR6B6UO​PE/
 
2021-10-20 10:35:06 AM  
Americans will soon move on to another animal's iver-paste:

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2021-10-20 10:35:55 AM  

pointfdr: you cant shut down the world every time there is a spike in cases!


I remember when this whole thing started and China locked Wuhan down. I remember international media wailing that China was so authoritarian and this and that. About 9 months or so later during the 3rd wave in the US, I rewatched it after seeing a vlog from a Canadian expat in Wuhan walking around without a mask on. The original video on Wuhan showed the world how it should have been handled. Did it suck for those people stuck in their apartments / houses for those weeks? Yes. Life narrowed down to the walls in they certainly felt it. Had Europe and the US mimicked this, we wouldn't be ended Yet Another Wave knowing that the Next Wave will happen sooner than later.

We will wish we had sacrificed our economy back in 2020 and locked things down hard by the time this thing is done with us.

748,652 US deaths so far from this thing.
 
2021-10-20 10:53:34 AM  
Do you remember back in 2016 we all thought it was the worst year ever?

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Ha ha. We were so young then.
 
2021-10-20 11:03:04 AM  
I'm not surprised cases and deaths in the UK are going up, this place is Moron Central sometimes.
 
2021-10-20 11:07:45 AM  
Eh, so the same 2-month cycle is starting again. Yawn.
 
2021-10-20 11:15:14 AM  

TWX: Just another Heartland Weirdass: TWX: Just another Heartland Weirdass: Elliot8654: BobCumbers: Keep up the horse paste narrative. I think it's working.

Training buddy's in-laws own a feed and supply store.

They have morons come in trying to buy livestock/equine ivermectine pretty much daily, and a lot of their local competitors are routinely sold out.

The narrative is accurate.

Hi. Stores sell products.  Occasionally they run out.

Occasionally ≠ Routinely

N=1

For a sufficiently large network, n(n-1)/2


Sorry, but your network is not sufficient

/that's what she said
//to me
///about you
////not sorry
 
2021-10-20 11:21:26 AM  

Gordon Bennett: Do you remember back in 2016 we all thought it was the worst year ever?

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Ha ha. We were so young then.


Nah, we knew bad shiat was coming, even if we didn't yet know the exact form of our followup destroyer.
 
2021-10-20 11:33:02 AM  
If I discover I have worms and covid I will go for the ivermectin. Science or at least "clinical studies" show it can be helpful. I still use it in my horses if the routine paste doesn't get them all. You can tell because the horse rubs his butt on posts and fences. If you keep rubbing your butt on posts and fences, give it a try.
 
2021-10-20 11:55:52 AM  

Nadie_AZ: pointfdr: you cant shut down the world every time there is a spike in cases!

I remember when this whole thing started and China locked Wuhan down. I remember international media wailing that China was so authoritarian and this and that. About 9 months or so later during the 3rd wave in the US, I rewatched it after seeing a vlog from a Canadian expat in Wuhan walking around without a mask on. The original video on Wuhan showed the world how it should have been handled. Did it suck for those people stuck in their apartments / houses for those weeks? Yes. Life narrowed down to the walls in they certainly felt it. Had Europe and the US mimicked this, we wouldn't be ended Yet Another Wave knowing that the Next Wave will happen sooner than later.

We will wish we had sacrificed our economy back in 2020 and locked things down hard by the time this thing is done with us.

748,652 US deaths so far from this thing.


It wouldn't be done with.   We let too many people into this country to stop a pandemic.
 
2021-10-20 12:37:06 PM  

Only You Can See This: Brit Farker getting his booster jab tomorrow evening - and happy about it, too.


Thank you. I need all the rest of your fellow countrymen to get their shiat together by next June, please. I have a big vacation booked. Also, please lay in a supply of nice weather. I only need about 18 days worth in mid-June.
 
2021-10-20 12:37:43 PM  
Why, exactly, are so many Farkers trying to talk people we would be better off without out of believing in horse paste?
Seems counterproductive.
 
2021-10-20 12:43:12 PM  

Shocktopus: Only You Can See This: Brit Farker getting his booster jab tomorrow evening - and happy about it, too.

Thank you. I need all the rest of your fellow countrymen to get their shiat together by next June, please. I have a big vacation booked. Also, please lay in a supply of nice weather. I only need about 18 days worth in mid-June.


I have to assume your under some kind of duress. No way anyone comes here voluntarily any more.
 
2021-10-20 12:48:39 PM  
Ok, so basically we have Delta Prime running around. Wonderful. RNA viruses are shorter than DNA viruses and so they replicate a lot more and have more chances to mutate.  So keep going deniers and plague rats.  Heckuvajob.
 
2021-10-20 12:51:56 PM  
I'm beginning to think it's time to repeal Section 230.
 
2021-10-20 12:55:57 PM  

Shocktopus: Only You Can See This: Brit Farker getting his booster jab tomorrow evening - and happy about it, too.

Thank you. I need all the rest of your fellow countrymen to get their shiat together by next June, please. I have a big vacation booked. Also, please lay in a supply of nice weather. I only need about 18 days worth in mid-June.


18 days of nice weather in June and getting our shiat together?  You don't want much, do you?  Whereabouts are you planning to visit?
 
2021-10-20 12:55:58 PM  

I'm no expert but...: Shocktopus: Only You Can See This: Brit Farker getting his booster jab tomorrow evening - and happy about it, too.

Thank you. I need all the rest of your fellow countrymen to get their shiat together by next June, please. I have a big vacation booked. Also, please lay in a supply of nice weather. I only need about 18 days worth in mid-June.

I have to assume your under some kind of duress. No way anyone comes here voluntarily any more.


I had a great time in 2017 and 2019, but I do admit a bit of uncertainty as, apart from Covid, this will be my Boobies-Brexit visit.  I'm taking my elderly American mother on a grand stones-n-bones tour of castles, graveyards, abbeys and the like. It's on her bucket list and, as she said when I asked if she was sure she wanted to go in 2022 rather than wait another year, "we need to do it now, the bucket is getting closer."
 
2021-10-20 12:56:22 PM  

jso2897: Why, exactly, are so many Farkers trying to talk people we would be better off without out of believing in horse paste?
Seems counterproductive.


Because my kids aren't vaccinated yet
 
2021-10-20 1:00:04 PM  

Nocrash: If I discover I have worms and covid I will go for the ivermectin. Science or at least "clinical studies" show it can be helpful. I still use it in my horses if the routine paste doesn't get them all. You can tell because the horse rubs his butt on posts and fences. If you keep rubbing your butt on posts and fences, give it a try.


What if I like rubbing my butt on posts and fences?
 
2021-10-20 1:02:43 PM  

Only You Can See This: Shocktopus: Only You Can See This: Brit Farker getting his booster jab tomorrow evening - and happy about it, too.

Thank you. I need all the rest of your fellow countrymen to get their shiat together by next June, please. I have a big vacation booked. Also, please lay in a supply of nice weather. I only need about 18 days worth in mid-June.

18 days of nice weather in June and getting our shiat together?  You don't want much, do you?  Whereabouts are you planning to visit?


Heh, a boy can dream, can't 'e? I lucked out in 2019 and had gorgeous weather for almost the entirety of a tour of North Wales, including a quite fun multi-day narrowboat cruise on the Mon-Brec.

So far we are doing a few days in London, then stays of various lengths in the Cotswolds, south Wales where I have some friends, Dorset, and Devon. Had booked a Cornwall stay but friends over there told me it is so overcrowded now with domestic tourists that it wouldn't be much fun, so we are rearranging that bit.
 
2021-10-20 1:04:41 PM  
Shocktopus:
this will be my Boobies-Brexit visit.

Oh no. Filter-pwned again.

The first time that I will be visiting after the implementation of Brexit.
 
2021-10-20 1:35:55 PM  

Shocktopus: Only You Can See This: Shocktopus: Only You Can See This: Brit Farker getting his booster jab tomorrow evening - and happy about it, too.

Thank you. I need all the rest of your fellow countrymen to get their shiat together by next June, please. I have a big vacation booked. Also, please lay in a supply of nice weather. I only need about 18 days worth in mid-June.

18 days of nice weather in June and getting our shiat together?  You don't want much, do you?  Whereabouts are you planning to visit?

Heh, a boy can dream, can't 'e? I lucked out in 2019 and had gorgeous weather for almost the entirety of a tour of North Wales, including a quite fun multi-day narrowboat cruise on the Mon-Brec.

So far we are doing a few days in London, then stays of various lengths in the Cotswolds, south Wales where I have some friends, Dorset, and Devon. Had booked a Cornwall stay but friends over there told me it is so overcrowded now with domestic tourists that it wouldn't be much fun, so we are rearranging that bit.


Hope you have a great trip!  I'm close to Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle, and Stratford on Avon.  I'd be happy to recommend good gastropubs if you get up this way.  The New Forest area in Hampshire (near Dorset) is beautiful, especially Beaulieu.
 
2021-10-20 2:54:10 PM  

Only You Can See This: Shocktopus: Only You Can See This: Shocktopus: Only You Can See This: Brit Farker getting his booster jab tomorrow evening - and happy about it, too.

Thank you. I need all the rest of your fellow countrymen to get their shiat together by next June, please. I have a big vacation booked. Also, please lay in a supply of nice weather. I only need about 18 days worth in mid-June.

18 days of nice weather in June and getting our shiat together?  You don't want much, do you?  Whereabouts are you planning to visit?

Heh, a boy can dream, can't 'e? I lucked out in 2019 and had gorgeous weather for almost the entirety of a tour of North Wales, including a quite fun multi-day narrowboat cruise on the Mon-Brec.

So far we are doing a few days in London, then stays of various lengths in the Cotswolds, south Wales where I have some friends, Dorset, and Devon. Had booked a Cornwall stay but friends over there told me it is so overcrowded now with domestic tourists that it wouldn't be much fun, so we are rearranging that bit.

Hope you have a great trip!  I'm close to Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle, and Stratford on Avon.  I'd be happy to recommend good gastropubs if you get up this way.  The New Forest area in Hampshire (near Dorset) is beautiful, especially Beaulieu.


I'd also recommend Norfolk and Suffolk. Constable country!
 
2021-10-20 5:17:22 PM  
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The Horsepaste Saga was my breaking point. The death spiral is irreversible. Find a comfy spot to strap in and enjoy the crash.
 
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