From: John Coffey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, Jun 28, 2021 at 10:54 AM
Subject: Re: Debunking Anti-Vaxxers
Did you notice that it says "In Canada and the U.S. it can take 10-25 years of testing before a vaccine is approved"? I don't think we know yet all the consequences of these new vaccines that they only started to formulate 18 months ago when Covid 19 first appeared.
About 50% infected adults in Covid-19 Delta variant outbreak in Israel fully vaccinated: Report | World News - Hindustan Times
Meanwhile, children below the age of 12 accounted for about half of the infections and most of them were not vaccinated against the disease, the report also showed.
The outbreak has pushed the Israeli government to reimpose the indoor mask rule and other similar measures to prevent a flare-up in cases due to the highly transmissible strain. Earlier on Friday, the country's health ministry reimposed the rule that required people to wear facemasks in enclosed public spaces following a spike in the number of daily new infections.
I think that the first flash drive I owned was either 128 or 256 megabytes. Later I would get a 512 because I had a computer that could record television and I could fit a single program on a 512, which at the time seemed impressive. Now you can purchase 128 gigabyte (128,000 megabyte) flash drives for under $30.
I remember 1-gigabyte drives costing like $90. When my company gave me one I felt privileged. Now you can't even buy them, and no one would want one anyway.
When the IBM computer came out with its first hard drive in the mid-1980s, it was only 5 megabytes and cost a fortune.
Now it is possible to buy a 1TB flash drive for around $180 to $200. However, there seem to be a bunch of cheap ones for sale that are fake.
For $15 to $60 you can get 128GB to 512 GB flash drives which are a better deal.
Buried in President Joe Biden's 2022 budget is a document called Historical Tables, which breaks down annual federal revenues and spending in a variety of ways. One of the tables in this document tracks what the government calls "direct payments to individuals."
These payments, mind you, don't count salaries paid to federal employees or the cost of buying equipment. It's just what the name states – direct money transfers. As the budget document explains:
Under Biden, direct payments hit a huge new record high. Think about it this way. At $4.9 trillion, "direct payments to individuals" this year are equal to the entire federal budget of just two years ago. These money transfers will account for 22.3% of the nation's entire GDP.
If this income transfer were a country, it would be bigger than Germany's entire economy and slightly smaller than Japan's.
Worse, the government will have to borrow $1.3 trillion of the money it's transferring. That's like robbing Peter's children and grandchildren to pay Paul.
Nor do these numbers account for Biden's bloated "American Jobs Plan" and "American Families Plan," which would vastly expand the already massive wealth transfer state.
Much of this year's explosion in direct payments came from the COVID-19 relief bills, with Biden's bloated $1.9 trillion "rescue" plan adding to the pile.
St. Louis couple Mark, Patricia McCloskey pay fines, lose guns in guilty plea over encounter with rioters
"They dropped all the weapons charges and they charged me with the lowest level of misdemeanor, which is something called assault four, which alleges that I purposely placed at least one other person in apprehension of immediate physical injury," Mark McCloskey told Fox News over the phone after returning from court Thursday. "I said, 'Well, I guess I did. That was all point of the guns.'"
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"All of them were strangely pristine," said Voyles, who said she'd never seen anything like it in her 20 years monitoring elections in Fulton County, which includes much of Atlanta.
"I'm not going to get over it. I'm just trying to figure out what went right, what went wrong? And how will we have better elections in the future? He said.
China State Media Says Country Must Prepare for Nuclear War With U.S. After Biden Asks for COVID Probe