I understand your concern, I do. That Australia is minion to the biggest global state sponsor of terror, and has convinced itself that China is an enemy irrespective of any evidence, doesn't bode well regarding your safety
"the PRC takes Taiwan by force"? Hilarious "On January 1, 1979, the United States established official diplomatic relations with China, formally recognizing the government of the PRC as the sole legitimate government of China and Taiwan as a part of China ...
" the open belligerence, military build up, and weaponised trade that Xi Xinping has thrown at us." Care to elaborate?
Because 'he was just being friendly' Never ever occurred to any of them just how disgusted and revolted we were. And somehow we blamed ourselves!! Jesus effing bloody christ
"What does it mean to "feel" like a woman?" I'm damned if I know either. There's nothing that I do or think or feel that's based on my gender. I just am. There's nothing that I do from one day to the next that is effected by my gender, other than the ...
" industrial scale extermination camps" Lol
Good reason not to trust the source https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2021/02/16/968375658/virologist-on-wuhan-trip-seafood-market-not-the-whole-story-in-early-outbreak "The WHO team's main public conclusion so far is that it's "...
Yeah but who reads footnotes?
The update is the best source of info - from the horses mouth https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FiV30wud52Y
KFC, and takeaway coffee But contactless
"We have about 20% of our entire population living and working there, sending back remittances." Care to provide some data on that? Unless of course you just made it up
" UK had enuf sense to stay out of their Vietnam debacle" Not entirely Look up BRIAM
Here ya go https://9to5google.com/2018/01/08/amp-google-url-address-fix/ Better that you read this than me trying to explain it.
Where was the link from?
So you simply accept a wikipedia entry as the full and honest truth? I'm disappointed. Do some investigating on the principal contributors to this article. e.g.Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Syrian Network for Human Rights. Who are they? Where are ...
" supporting Assad’s, appalling atrocities." Such as?
In Firefox I can add the Maori language as an add on. So spell it with a lower case m which will high light it as mis-spelt. Then when you right click to correct the spelling, select language and then Maori.
" In most situations, it's used where the complaining child's target is not actually fat & the term is meant to imply the lie is huge." Exactly. To keep on implying that Collins was inferring that Sousxie is fat is as childish as the comment itself.
I agree, and I similarly have differing opinions from one of my siblings. But neither of us would let this interfere with our relationship. We just accept and carry on. Although I dearly wish I could change her mind and make her understand the bullshit ...
None is always singular. 'not any' is understood as 'not any one' or 'not any two' so in that case it can be 'not any of us is safe' or 'not any of us are safe' 'not one' can not be read as 'not any' 'One' is defined. 'Any' is not. RosieLee and I are right
One is. Two are. None = Not one.
I think it is simple. New Zealand trained ICU nurses are already some of the best trained in the world. They just need to be paid more. Along with the attendant "... physiotherapists, pharmacists, speech and language therapists ... dieticians, healthcare ...
We need a resident immunologist to answer all these questions. Every blog should have one.
" because the cells that do the remembering can die off over time." Not really correct. In some cases the T cells, which are replicating continually, pass the relevant information on to the next generation and when prompted to provide immunity do so for a ...
I think she knows that. If you read the link I offered you'll better understand what it is she's asking
It seems it's a conundrum not yet fully understood. "Yet no one knows precisely how VLPs prod the immune system to make LLPCs. Schiller points to the work of Nobel Prize winner Rolf Zinkernagel of the University of Zurich in Switzerland and his then–...
It seems that the current vaccines are effective against the new variants. You might find this interesting https://starship.org.nz/health-professionals/starship-update/?fbclid=IwAR3hiKcz9-fTNRgUo-oh8SPqXT7YQI-zvnKvhE_MgA8XVkvemmaOLyeskMk As for why ...
If more people agreed with you, he would be. But they don't
Edit Gah!! You're not worth replying to.
Raising living standards naturally gives one better immunity to viruses, bacteria, or any other greebly. That's been known for ..oh about 120 years
"There we go again with the 'all the eggs in the vaccine basket' theme." I'd rather you didn't mis-interpret what I've written. The vaccine offers immunity support. That is actually a fact. I've not implied it is the only way to increase immunity.