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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Got word from my Dad. The nursing home my Mom is in has over a dozen symptomatic COVID cases among the residents. The residents were fully vaccinated (Pfizer) earlier in the year. Staff is busy trying to isolate patients, which is tough since this is a memory care facility. Staff members are now being infected as well, however, not all staff members chose to be vaccinated. I have no info if the ones who came down with COVID were or were not vaccinated.

The fear is that the vaccine triggered Antibody Dependent Enhancement (link below for explanation). This isn't science fiction. ADE is what killed a number of kids who received an experimental vaccine for Dengue Fever.

In the interim, my Dad is trying to get the staff, should my Mom come down with COVID, to dose her with therapeutics (zinc, ionphore, NAC, vitamin C, vitamin D).



https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12725690/



In general, virus-specific antibodies are considered antiviral and play an important role in the control of virus infections in a number of ways. However, in some instances, the presence of specific antibodies can be beneficial to the virus. This activity is known as antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) of virus infection. The ADE of virus infection is a phenomenon in which virus-specific antibodies enhance the entry of virus, and in some cases the replication of virus, into monocytes/macrophages and granulocytic cells through interaction with Fc and/or complement receptors. This phenomenon has been reported in vitro and in vivo for viruses representing numerous families and genera of public health and veterinary importance. These viruses share some common features such as preferential replication in macrophages, ability to establish persistence, and antigenic diversity. For some viruses, ADE of infection has become a great concern to disease control by vaccination. Consequently, numerous approaches have been made to the development of vaccines with minimum or no risk for ADE. Identification of viral epitopes associated with ADE or neutralization is important for this purpose. In addition, clear understanding of the cellular events after virus entry through ADE has become crucial for developing efficient intervention. However, the mechanisms of ADE still remain to be better understood.

Posted on: Today 13:26
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Re: Jersey City looks to suspend controversial ‘garbage tax’
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The fees are a bit steep. My water/sewer bill for one of my 3 family properties jumped 33%.. about $149 due to the solid waste charge.

Posted on: 7/28 13:34
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A mob, gun fire, and the police do nothing?
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Map shows this in the Heights someplace. Anyone have details as to what exactly went down?


https://neighbors.ring.com/n/Oe1kwq1iMO

Posted on: 7/21 15:51
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Re: Op Ed: Residents Should Speak Out Against Solid Waste Charges
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Looks like my water / sewer bills are increasing by about 1/3rd with the solid waste removal fees added on.

Posted on: 7/10 18:45
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Re: Street Sweeping is Excessive
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It is a major source of revenue (tickets for not moving your car) for the city.

However, the amount of street trash in my neighborhood is staggering at times. Though the situation has improved some since extensive gentrification has taken place. The amount of malt-liquor models thrown in the street or in my bushes has gone down considerably. The street sweepers normally unload into a dump truck near me. I can tell you, even with them running 4 days per week, the street sweeper is packed full of trash.

I miss the Reading-Willing-Able guys. When the city was using them, they actually did a pretty good job in cleaning up the trash. Especially around the catch basins.

Posted on: 7/7 17:23
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Re: Potential tropical weather 07/08 thru 07/10
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Models are shifting the storm to the east, which means a non-event for us, if this turns out to be the actual track

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Posted on: 7/3 15:53
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Potential tropical weather 07/08 thru 07/10
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The US and two hurricane tracking models are showing a cat 1 or 2 hurricane hitting Florida and then tracking up the coast. It looks like mainly a rain event (like Irene). The GFS model has the worst case for rain for us (see below). The other models are more in the 3 inches of rain category.

Caveat: Early model runs. One model shows the storm breaking up over Cuba.


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Posted on: 7/2 12:44
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Quote:

Mao wrote:
What is going on????


It's the "Cult of COVID"







Note: I am not anti-vaccine. My kid has all his shots. I have above and beyond what many have due to travel (i.e. Hepatitis B, Typhoid).

All vaccines have risk. The choice comes down to "what is the bigger risk, the vaccine or the disease". For Measles, Rubella, Polio, etc... the disease is way worse than any potential complications from being vaccinated.

Covid has been marketed like its a modern Plague of Justinian. If the corpses of young, healthy people were piling up to the size of mountains, then rushing to vaccinate everyone with an experimental, never used on humans vaccine would be justified. Rushing experimental vaccines can have untended consequences, like a number of dead kids in the Philippines.

There is virtually zero risk my kid (who was already exposed to Covid anyway) is going to fall seriously ill from the disease. There is a risk (cardio vascular issues) and a lot of unknowns (long term effects) with the vaccine. Under no circumstances will my kid be getting any of these Covid vaccinations.

Posted on: 6/22 18:41
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Quote:

RichMauro wrote:
Take a little time and get educated about the drug ivermectin.

Put it in on you tube and listen to a couple of segments.

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This is hard to do since Google / Youtube has a policy to remove videos that discuss ivermectin in regards to Covid. The link to the video on Bitchute being an example.

Posted on: 6/22 14:05
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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I am over 50 and won't be getting the vaccine, neither will my wife. We both got WuFlu back in late February and we both, per our blood work, have the anti-bodies. The shot for us is pointless and potentially dangerous.

The danger is from the spike protein that the vaccine triggers the body to produce. The spike protein attacks the cardiovascular system which can trigger clotting and inflammation. This is especially acute with those who already had the disease (immune response is much stronger to the vaccine) and with younger people. The latter is why the CDC is now investigating heart inflammation issues with people under age 30 that get vaccinated.

The Salk Institute has a good article on how the spike protein works.


The disease for my wife and I was almost a non-event. A year ago, when the outbreak first started, a friend of mine dug out research information done in response to the SARS epidemic years earlier. The research focused on treating SARS like viruses (i.e. Covid) with zinc plus an ionophore.

Ionophores are compounds that bind with zinc and allow zinc to penetrate cell membranes. Zinc being ionic can't do so without the ionophore. The zinc interrupts the virus RNA replication.

I had a dry run with the treatment when my kid brought home a nasty cold and gave it to me. The cold cleared up in 12 hours. A couple months later I came down with Covid and started treatment about 1/2 a day into the illness. I was symptom free in 48 hours. My wife (who is immune compromised because of chemo) got it a day after I did. Same treatment. She was cleared up in a day.

Similar results were from others in my circle that got ill, including a 60+ year old, overweight, smoking friend. Never lost his sense of taste and smell. Came down with it on Sunday, started treatment on Monday, was symptom free by the following Saturday.

The two videos below explain the treatment (how zinc works as an anti-viral) in detail and the science behind it. If you go to the Youtube pages the description links to the research papers referenced.













This is a link to a lengthy podcast that covers the subject in detail. It was banned on Youtube so you will have to watch it on Bitchute.


https://www.bitchute.com/video/qHjNQIynVb5O/

Posted on: 6/18 22:23
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Contractor recommendation: Brick cleaning / sandblasting lentil block repointing
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Having an issue finding someone to even look at the job. I got a two family looking to do some cosmetic work on as I plan to put it on the market ASAP.

My usual go-to guys are booked with work.

Any recommendations?

Posted on: 6/17 20:54
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Re: New Private High School to Open Next Fall in Newport
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The school is focused on parents who send their kids to non-religious private schools in Manhattan, which cost $50k+ a year. So this school in relative terms is a bargain.

Posted on: 6/12 12:55
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Re: Jersey City Gets a C for Raising a Family, an F for Playgrounds
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Living in the Heights and being at the playgrounds almost daily with my kid, I wouldn't give them anything close to an 'F'. Perfect? No... but the playgrounds are pretty good.

The biggest issue right now is capacity when the weather is nice. Gentrification has brought a bit of a baby boom. The playground get absolutely packed at times.

Posted on: 6/2 14:37
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Re: Cunningham Asked About Director Shea During DWI Arrest
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Didn't she get busted for DUI some years ago?

Posted on: 5/31 15:33
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Re: Murphy to Lift Indoor Mask Mandate for the Vaccinated Before Memorial Day
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Quote:

Sutherland wrote:
Antibodies from having COVID lasts about 3 months. Get vaccinated.


Based on the info I was provided, which was based on a European study, the antibodies last at least 6 months. Which is the same as being touted for the vaccines... 6 months...

Posted on: 5/24 15:10
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Re: Murphy to Lift Indoor Mask Mandate for the Vaccinated Before Memorial Day
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How the hell do you plan to prove if someone got the jab or not? What about those of us that already had Covid and recovered (which means already have the anti-bodies)?

Posted on: 5/24 13:20
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Re: Murphy Ends Outdoor Mask Requirement But Leaves Others in Place
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Given that the majority of people I see at the park are mask-less, it looks like the public repealed it via their own volition.

Posted on: 5/18 12:52
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Re: Jersey City Council set to vote on Climate and Energy Action Plan that projects $21M in savings
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Unfortunately, a lot of what is in that plan is unicorns and rainbows. The attempt to 'electrify' of all buildings and cars will be especially disappointing...

Posted on: 5/12 20:07
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Replicating old-fashioned doors? manufacturers?
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I have a townhouse that I am looking to replicate the typical double doors that you see on a brownstone. The original oak double doors that were on the place when I bought it years ago were not salvageable. The building is not in a historic district so I can be flexible with the materials to keep the costs from getting too insane.

Anyone here recommend a outfit that makes the doors? I found a few online with some based out of Brooklyn. Curious if anyone has experience with one in particular.

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Posted on: 5/12 20:03
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Re: Low Commission real estate agents
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Thanks for the feedback...

I haven't had to deal with an agent in years. My overall impression of the industry (as a buyer), from past experience, is pretty low.

No-shows for appointments
Trying to sabotage a written contact so not to have to share a commission.
Blatant lying / deception
etc. etc.

I ended up finding an agent that gave me access to the MLS guide (this was before everything was online), I printed stuff out, saw the properties, and gave the agent the ones I wanted to see. Then again.. I was still in my 20s, so nobody took me seriously.

The last sale I did I put an ad in the paper and on the internet and sold it myself. However, I was single then with no kid, so I had more time.

I am putting properties on the market in early summer, after a number of minor upgrades are complete. Just trying to figure out how I am going to go about the sale.

Posted on: 4/8 13:30
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Low Commission real estate agents
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Anyone here have good / bad / indifferent experience with low (i.e. 2%) commissions for selling a property?

Posted on: 4/7 17:47
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Re: Council Approves Controversial STEM High School
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Quote:

caj11 wrote:
So how much more will our property taxes be going up to pay for this, in addition to the special property tax to pay for the arts?


Fulop also announced a new microgrid initiative that will run on 100% greenhouse gas free power. I doubt those unicorns farting rainbows are going to come cheap.

Posted on: 3/26 17:55
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Re: Council Approves Fair Ballots and Rent Freeze
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Is this a "temporary" measure, like the original rent control ordinances that never go away?

Posted on: 3/12 15:04
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Re: PSE&G Supply Energy Question
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My contract expires this month. Best locked rate I can find is Frontier Energy at $0.1179 per kWh for 12 months. Anyone see a better rate offered out there?

Posted on: 2/4 21:33
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Computer Repair Recommendation
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I have a home theater PC that went out of warranty about a month ago and has suddenly developed a hardware issue that has me stumped.

Any local recommendations?

Posted on: 1/17 22:38
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Re: Property Tax Hike
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There is logic to this:

JC has an issue with building over-stuffed with people. Two buildings within blocks of me were examples. One had 60 people living in a Bayonne Box style 2 family. The landlord was charging each about $600 a month for enough space for a mattress (tenants were all from India). The place got busted by the fire department after they went in the building due to a small fire.

Number of people in a building directly affects the water consumption and the amount of trash produced. So basing it on water consumption would help hit places like I described above.

NJ is shipping trash to all the way PA and VA. Garbage disposal costs are really out of control here in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions.


Quote:

light12v wrote:


Whatever the connection/relationship between long showers & solid waste generation might be in order to establish such a tax assessment metric is Hell & Far beyond me to explain....... IMHO Ridiculous.....

Posted on: 1/13 21:05
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Re: Property Tax Hike
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"Recycling" regime collapsed after China created a near total ban on scrap imports in 2018 (with India, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and other countries following suit). Pre-ban municipalities got paid to have their recycling taken away. Now, recycling costs more than regular trash, with most of it sitting in warehouses, dumped in landfills, or burned in WtE plants.

Municipal budgets in particular in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states are being blown out as a result.




Posted on: 1/3 22:34
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Re: Affordable Housing rents are being increased during the pandemic.
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Quote:

trucker wrote:

(PS, what idiots vote FOR a tax increase during a pandemic where people are losing income? Or do we use Dominion voting machines in NJ?)


The ones who vote for it are the ones who think they aren't paying for it, since the tax only hits property owners directly. Issues like this have always been a major flaw with democracy... Two wolves and a sheep voting on what's for dinner.

I have heard rumors that some members of the city council have been wanting to expand rent control down to single family homes. Currently, a building with 4 or fewer units is exempt from rent control in JC. NJ has a law (or at least had one.. have to check) that new construction is exempt from local rent control for a minimum of 5 years.

I see me doing sales and / or condo conversions in my future if rent control is expanded.

Posted on: 12/28 13:21
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Opinions on the School Board candidates?
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Looking at my ballot... I haven't paid much attention to the school board elections..

Any opinions on the two groups running?

Posted on: 2020/10/30 16:02
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Re: Take a Minute & STOP the NJ BEAR HUNT
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Hudson County was the only county in NJ that didn't have bears..

Well that changed


A bear was spotted running around a busy part of Hudson County this weekend, leaving police and people living nearby quite surprised. News 12 spoke to neighbors who say they saw police officers on their block in the middle of the night and were wondering what happened. They ran outside and they saw a bear on the roof of a garage on Passaic Street in Harrison.
Neighbors say it's very unusual, and that it is a busy area and they have never seen a bear there before. Police first received reports of the bear near Wawa in Kearny at around 4 p.m.



And Gov. Murphy has announced there will be no more bear hunts...

Posted on: 2020/10/12 15:22
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