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  1. More like be suicidal as 70% of all In n Outs are in CA . . .
  2. I once got passed by Doug Polen in turn 9 at Willow Springs while riding a Ducati 900ss. He was on an EX based Kawi 500. I also once watched Stirling Moss go from last to 2nd in a 20 car field at Laguna Seca while driving an 800cc Austin Healy against cars with 3 times the displacement. He was nearly 70 years old. Face it, great drivers / riders can overcome a lot of shortcomings in their machines. Back on topic, cool that they finished, so at least proof of concept . . .
  3. My 13 year old self just laughed . . .
  4. what tuners did you end up using ? ?
  5. I'm assuming "he" is Biden and if so, maybe yore timeline is off? United enacted this in August and the current administration didn't announce their Vaxx policy until the 2nd week of September. https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/hr-topics/talent-acquisition/pages/federal-vaccine-mandate.aspx As far as it goes though, methinks the administration enacted their "mandate" in order to give cover to large(ish) corporations to do what the corporations had already intended to do, which is have a vaxx mandate as a condition of employment (This is simply the world we live in with powerful HR Depts).
  6. ? ? ? ? United Airlines told its 67,000 U.S. employees in August that they must be vaccinated against Covid-19 by this fall. More than 96% complied with the mandate, and 2,000 sought exemptions. The number of employees facing termination dropped from 593 to 320 after the deadline passed. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/30/uniteds-unvaccinated-staff-drops-from-593-to-320-after-company-said-they-would-be-fired.html Think about it, if 40% of their employees actually quit 1: it would have been a big story, and 2: they wouldn't be able to conduct business. Carry on . .
  7. Um, no. Vaccine hesitancy / resistance has been around as long as there have been vaccines. Lots of history about it if you care to look it up and read about it. Here's an article from the AMA Journal of Ethics from 2012. https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article/new-media-old-messages-themes-history-vaccine-hesitancy-and-refusal/2012-01 Any of this sound familiar: one more: So basically vaccine history simply repeating itself . . .
  8. https://deadline.com/2021/09/fox-corp-will-require-daily-covid-tests-unvaccinated-workers-90-percent-1234833438/ Lol
  9. Damn, already been a year. RIP . . .
  10. My brother and sister in law just came back from Europe. In Germany, in order to do basically anything you must be vaxxed AND get a rapid Covid test. They are everywhere, free, and you know the results in 15 minutes . . .
  11. Yeah, Pfizer's been taking it a bit because they have a lower load in their doses than Moderna, which seems to be why their efficacy fades after 6 months. Hence why they are offering boosters. So natural immunity is better, but in order to achieve natural immunity you have to get sick and possibly infect others. Sometimes you get very sick with lasting complications. Sometimes you die. Since you mention Israel, here's an article about what's going on in Israel (hint: you must be fully vaxxed AND have a booster after 6 months to keep your "Green Pass", which allow you to interact socially / commercially). https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/with-new-covid-policy-israel-redefines-what-it-means-to-be-vaccinated-1.10262828 Key to know: Population of Israel is 9 mil and their numbers of serious infections are very low:
  12. Fox will happily pump out story after story like this. Meanwhile, their company vaccination rate is over 90% and if you work in one of their studios, you must be vaxxed or tested daily . . .

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