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Wow! This will surely work

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According to an article in the Straight, A Vancouver man who hosted a party (one of several, apparently) with “about 100 people”, so many in fact, that he had to have a doorman to handle the crowd, a doorman who was seen to be “holding several denominations of money”, has been handed a total of […]

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Idiots hang around with idiots

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Not exactly a Eureka moment because it’s so obvious: If you hang around with people who do the right thing, you are more likely to do the right thing yourself. And vice versa, of course. And that’s especially true during this pandemic. So a study published in the British Journal of Psychology that analyzed data […]

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Best news of the week

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Actually, of the month, and certainly of this year. According to a report in the Times of Israel, “Israel’s Maccabi Healthcare Services revealed that only 0.015 percent of people are getting infected in the week after receiving their second shot” (Israelis are getting the Pfizer vaccine), which makes the Pfizer vaccine, if this trend in […]

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Do you believe him?

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According to the CBC, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that he spoke to the Pfizer CEO (editorial comment: finally!) and was assured that the Pfizer vaccine doses will arrive as promised in February. A skeptic might point out, however, that the Pfizer CEO or his minions probably made the same promise about the doses […]

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Last week, Pfizer announced that it was “temporarily” slowing vaccine supplies to Europe because manufacturing changes to boost vaccine output. Several days later, AstraZeneca announced that its deliveries to the EU will fall be cut for a few weeks because of “a production glitch”. Sound familiar (well, not the part about AstraZeneca, but the part about Pfizer). […]