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Note that evidently there is no beer virus in Arhentina, Peru, Brazil, nor is there any in the Middle East / Northern Africa, etc.... its a small group of countries with big financial ties to the U.S. financial system that the hoax is playing out in...
AND West Virginia at last check.
 

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After many years of researching commodity prices, interest rates, political science & the rise & fall of societies, cultures & civilizations... all of the research concludes that we are in desperate need to reorganize our society, polity, and market system.... Our .govs no longer function to protect the people from the corporations, nay they are protecting the corporations from us....

Its time the entire system is reorganized, which is the motivations behind the numerous ongoing false flags... bottom line, the special interests & status quo are trying to prevent a reorganization, for a reorganization would seriously impede & diminish their wealth & power.... its the reason for FISA, the WOT, the surveillance state, etc... the machinery of state has been seized and its being used to protect the monopolies & cartels from competition.... the current beer virus and subsequent panic was whipped up to prevent domestic & foreign capital flight that would have further destabilized the FOREX dollar & market system...

In law, stare decisis dictates that "he who creates, is he who controls". U.S. & Federal Reserve credit was deployed around the world to reflate the global economy in the aftermath of 2007 - 2009 deflationary spiral. Every country that accepted that credit must also reciprocate when ordered... thus they were forced to play along with the beer virus hoax and panic...

Note that evidently there is no beer virus in Arhentina, Peru, Brazil, nor is there any in the Middle East / Northern Africa, etc.... its a small group of countries with big financial ties to the U.S. financial system that the hoax is playing out in....
Personally I am FOR a worldwide reset, a Jubilee as the bible calls it. Worldwide, everybody starts over at ZERO debt.
 

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Lost my cool today
Was just in Walgreens and seen a guy whose cart was FULL with hand sanitizers, baby wipes, soaps, everything that people need!!
I called him a selfish dickhead and gave him the low down about the elderly, moms, and people who need this stuff. Then I told him I should stomp his ass! He said: “Are you done? Cause I really need to get back to restocking the shelves now!!
 

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LMAO, Great one BB
 
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Lost my cool today
Was just in Walgreens and seen a guy whose cart was FULL with hand sanitizers, baby wipes, soaps, everything that people need!!
I called him a selfish dickhead and gave him the low down about the elderly, moms, and people who need this stuff. Then I told him I should stomp his ass! He said: “Are you done? Cause I really need to get back to restocking the shelves now!!
How did your foot taste? :laughing:
 

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Well, that doesn't help me. I have no debt.
Yeah but maybe, just maybe, they'll stop taking out of our pockets to give to all the other slackers out there that I can't claim as dependents on my taxes.
 

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When currency becomes toilet paper‬,
‪Toilet paper becomes currency‬!
 

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Just a thought about the economy. Trump seems pretty sure of coming out of this stronger than ever. So what is holding us back? It's right in front of us and affects everyone and is a massive burden to individuals and business alike.

In the last few months I have heard more and more people complain about obamacare the "affordable care act" and how it is limiting their business, can't afford it, can't keep employees, cost to much etc....... It seems Nixon did more than take the US off the gold standard......

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com...t-of-1973-passed-by-nixon-changed-everything/

Did you know that before 1973 it was illegal in the US to profit off health care? The Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973 passed by Nixon changed everything. In 1973, Nixon did a personal favor for his friend and campaign financier, Edgar Kaiser, then president and chairman of Kaiser-Permanente. Nixon signed into law, the Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973, in which medical insurance agencies, hospitals, clinics and even doctors, could begin functioning as for-profit business entities instead of the service organizations they were intended to be. And which insurance company got the first taste of federal subsidies to implement HMOA73 *gasp* … why, it was Kaiser-Permanente!


Just imagine the savings to people & business if this was somehow repealed. Freeing the people from this albatross would free up capital from every direction and be a new beginning for everyone. People not tied to jobs because of health care would unleash a entrepreneur explosions like never before with all this technology at ones fingertips. Now the problem I have is it sounds like some form of universal health care...........
 

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Just a thought about the economy. Trump seems pretty sure of coming out of this stronger than ever. So what is holding us back? It's right in front of us and affects everyone and is a massive burden to individuals and business alike.

In the last few months I have heard more and more people complain about obamacare the "affordable care act" and how it is limiting their business, can't afford it, can't keep employees, cost to much etc....... It seems Nixon did more than take the US off the gold standard......

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com...t-of-1973-passed-by-nixon-changed-everything/

Did you know that before 1973 it was illegal in the US to profit off health care? The Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973 passed by Nixon changed everything. In 1973, Nixon did a personal favor for his friend and campaign financier, Edgar Kaiser, then president and chairman of Kaiser-Permanente. Nixon signed into law, the Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973, in which medical insurance agencies, hospitals, clinics and even doctors, could begin functioning as for-profit business entities instead of the service organizations they were intended to be. And which insurance company got the first taste of federal subsidies to implement HMOA73 *gasp* … why, it was Kaiser-Permanente!


Just imagine the savings to people & business if this was somehow repealed. Freeing the people from this albatross would free up capital from every direction and be a new beginning for everyone. People not tied to jobs because of health care would unleash a entrepreneur explosions like never before with all this technology at ones fingertips. Now the problem I have is it sounds like some form of universal health care...........
The HMO Act was an amendment to the Public Health Service Act.
 

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Lost my cool today
Was just in Walgreens and seen a guy whose cart was FULL with hand sanitizers, baby wipes, soaps, everything that people need!!
I called him a selfish dickhead and gave him the low down about the elderly, moms, and people who need this stuff. Then I told him I should stomp his ass! He said: “Are you done? Cause I really need to get back to restocking the shelves now!!
Well, I might have done the same thing. But, the bottom line is, "you care" and there are a hell of a lot of people that don't.

If we all thought that way the world would be better, much better.
 

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The Fed just handed $1,500 BILLION to Wall Street.

But yeah, a guy with too many hand sanitizers is totally ripping you off.
 

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CARTOON for the masses...

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It's what they use to convince you.
 

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Interesting rumor.

Now, after putting all the numbers of three major cell phone carriers in #China together, in Jan & Feb, their net loss is15M users. China Unicom has not released its Feb data yet. Unless its net gain in Feb is bigger than 15M(it lost 1.1 M in Jan), we'll still wonder...

 

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Nothing spells liquidity crises like selling green cards for extending credit! Wow... whatever blew up in the financial system, it was big!

Lindsey Graham Uses China's Disease Crisis for Green Cards to Wealthy Chinese

Sen. Lindsey Graham is using the coronavirus recovery bills to dramatically expand the award of EB-5 green cards to wealthy Chinese if they lend money to U.S. real estate investors and other companies, according to several activists and Politico magazine.

https://www.breitbart.com/immigrati...o-deliver-green-cards-to-wealthy-chinese/amp/
 

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GROUNDZEROMEDIA.ORG (3/20/20 tonight) Clyde Lewis has David John Oates ( backward speech expert) on. He is doing Politicians and Health Pros. speaking about WuFlu/Wuhan400/COVID19 virus.
It has been interesting this evening.

https://www.groundzeromedia.org/3-20-20-the-edge-of-the-coronareverse-w-john-oates/

The show can be found on the KXL.com site while live.
The show will be heard on SoundCloud after Clyde goes off the air.
 

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Lost my cool today
Was just in Walgreens and seen a guy whose cart was FULL with hand sanitizers, baby wipes, soaps, everything that people need!!
I called him a selfish dickhead and gave him the low down about the elderly, moms, and people who need this stuff. Then I told him I should stomp his ass! He said: “Are you done? Cause I really need to get back to restocking the shelves now!!
Slapped a guy in a wheel-chair today. He was parked in a regular parking spot. Rules are rules, baby.

Golden Regards
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A Medical Worker Describes Terrifying Lung Failure From COVID-19 — Even in His Young Patients
“It first struck me how different it was when I saw my first coronavirus patient go bad. I was like, Holy shit, this is not the flu. Watching this relatively young guy, gasping for air, pink frothy secretions coming out of his tube.”

by Lizzie Presser
March 21, 5 a.m. EDT

A medical worker treats a COVID-19 patient in an intensive care unit in Italy. Across the globe, health care providers are using ventilators to treat COVID-19 patients. (Flavio Lo Scalzo/Reuters)

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As of Friday, Louisiana was reporting 479 confirmed cases of COVID-19, one of the highest numbers in the country. Ten people had died. The majority of cases are in New Orleans, which now has one confirmed case for every 1,000 residents. New Orleans had held Mardi Gras celebrations just two weeks before its first patient, with more than a million revelers on its streets.
I spoke to a respiratory therapist there, whose job is to ensure that patients are breathing well. He works in a medium-sized city hospital’s intensive care unit. (We are withholding his name and employer, as he fears retaliation.) Before the virus came to New Orleans, his days were pretty relaxed, nebulizing patients with asthma, adjusting oxygen tubes that run through the nose or, in the most severe cases, setting up and managing ventilators. His patients were usually older, with chronic health conditions and bad lungs.
Since last week, he’s been running ventilators for the sickest COVID-19 patients. Many are relatively young, in their 40s and 50s, and have minimal, if any, preexisting conditions in their charts. He is overwhelmed, stunned by the manifestation of the infection, both its speed and intensity. The ICU where he works has essentially become a coronavirus unit. He estimates that his hospital has admitted dozens of confirmed or presumptive coronavirus patients. About a third have ended up on ventilators.

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His hospital had not prepared for this volume before the virus first appeared. One physician had tried to raise alarms, asking about negative pressure rooms and ventilators. Most staff concluded that he was overreacting. “They thought the media was overhyping it,” the respiratory therapist told me. “In retrospect, he was right to be concerned.”
He spoke to me by phone on Thursday about why, exactly, he has been so alarmed. His account has been condensed and edited for clarity.
“Reading about it in the news, I knew it was going to be bad, but we deal with the flu every year so I was thinking: Well, it’s probably not that much worse than the flu. But seeing patients with COVID-19 completely changed my perspective, and it’s a lot more frightening.”

This is knocking out what should be perfectly fit, healthy people.​
“I have patients in their early 40s and, yeah, I was kind of shocked. I’m seeing people who look relatively healthy with a minimal health history, and they are completely wiped out, like they’ve been hit by a truck. This is knocking out what should be perfectly fit, healthy people. Patients will be on minimal support, on a little bit of oxygen, and then all of a sudden, they go into complete respiratory arrest, shut down and can’t breathe at all.”

They suddenly become unresponsive or go into respiratory failure.​
“We have an observation unit in the hospital, and we have been admitting patients that had tested positive or are presumptive positive — these are patients that had been in contact with people who were positive. We go and check vitals on patients every four hours, and some are on a continuous cardiac monitor, so we see that their heart rate has a sudden increase or decrease, or someone goes in and sees that the patient is struggling to breathe or is unresponsive. That seems to be what happens to a lot of these patients: They suddenly become unresponsive or go into respiratory failure.”

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The lung is filled with so much fluid, displacing where the air would normally be.​
“It’s called acute respiratory distress syndrome, ARDS. That means the lungs are filled with fluid. And it’s notable for the way the X-ray looks: The entire lung is basically whited out from fluid. Patients with ARDS are extremely difficult to oxygenate. It has a really high mortality rate, about 40%. The way to manage it is to put a patient on a ventilator. The additional pressure helps the oxygen go into the bloodstream.
“Normally, ARDS is something that happens over time as the lungs get more and more inflamed. But with this virus, it seems like it happens overnight. When you’re healthy, your lung is made up of little balloons. Like a tree is made out of a bunch of little leaves, the lung is made of little air sacs that are called the alveoli. When you breathe in, all of those little air sacs inflate, and they have capillaries in the walls, little blood vessels. The oxygen gets from the air in the lung into the blood so it can be carried around the body.
“Typically with ARDS, the lungs become inflamed. It’s like inflammation anywhere: If you have a burn on your arm, the skin around it turns red from additional blood flow. The body is sending it additional nutrients to heal. The problem is, when that happens in your lungs, fluid and extra blood starts going to the lungs. Viruses can injure cells in the walls of the alveoli, so the fluid leaks into the alveoli. A telltale sign of ARDS in an X-ray is what’s called ‘ground glass opacity,’ like an old-fashioned ground glass privacy window in a shower. And lungs look that way because fluid is white on an X-ray, so the lung looks like white ground glass, or sometimes pure white, because the lung is filled with so much fluid, displacing where the air would normally be.”

A screenshot of chest radiographs of a man suspected to have COVID-19. (Obtained by ProPublica via the Radiological Society of North America, cited in the paper “Severe Acute Respiratory Disease in a Huanan Seafood Market Worker: Images of an Early Casualty” by Lijuan Qian, Jie Yu and Heshui Shi.)
This severity ... is usually more typical of someone who has a near drowning experience ... or people who inhale caustic gas.​
“With our coronavirus patients, once they’re on ventilators, most need about the highest settings that we can do. About 90% oxygen, and 16 of PEEP, positive end-expiratory pressure, which keeps the lung inflated. This is nearly as high as I’ve ever seen. The level we’re at means we are running out of options.
“In my experience, this severity of ARDS is usually more typical of someone who has a near drowning experience — they have a bunch of dirty water in their lungs — or people who inhale caustic gas. Especially for it to have such an acute onset like that. I’ve never seen a microorganism or an infectious process cause such acute damage to the lungs so rapidly. That was what really shocked me.”

You’ll try to rip the breathing tube out because you feel it is choking you ...​
“It first struck me how different it was when I saw my first coronavirus patient go bad. I was like, Holy shit, this is not the flu. Watching this relatively young guy, gasping for air, pink frothy secretions coming out of his tube and out of his mouth. The ventilator should have been doing the work of breathing but he was still gasping for air, moving his mouth, moving his body, struggling. We had to restrain him. With all the coronavirus patients, we’ve had to restrain them. They really hyperventilate, really struggle to breathe. When you’re in that mindstate of struggling to breathe and delirious with fever, you don’t know when someone is trying to help you, so you’ll try to rip the breathing tube out because you feel it is choking you, but you are drowning.
“When someone has an infection, I’m used to seeing the normal colors you’d associate with it: greens and yellows. The coronavirus patients with ARDS have been having a lot of secretions that are actually pink because they’re filled with blood cells that are leaking into their airways. They are essentially drowning in their own blood and fluids because their lungs are so full. So we’re constantly having to suction out the secretions every time we go into their rooms.”

I do not want to catch this.​
“Before this, we were all joking. It’s grim humor. If you are exposed to the virus and test positive and go on quarantine, you get paid. We were all joking: I want to get the coronavirus because then I get a paid vacation from work. And once I saw these patients with it, I was like, Holy shit, I do not want to catch this and I don’t want anyone I know to catch this.

About This Story
The medical details in this story were vetted by an infectious disease doctor, a cardiologist and an internist at three different hospitals. All of the information about ARDS, the condition that the respiratory therapist describes, was fact-checked against peer-reviewed articles and UpToDate, a resource for physicians to check current standards in care, clinical features, and expected complications and outcomes.
“I worked a long stretch of days last week, and I watched it go from this novelty to a serious issue. We had one or two patients at our hospital, and then five to 10 patients, and then 20 patients. Every day, the intensity kept ratcheting up. More patients, and the patients themselves are starting to get sicker and sicker. When it first started, we all had tons of equipment, tons of supplies, and as we started getting more patients, we started to run out. They had to ration supplies. At first we were trying to use one mask per patient. Then it was just: You get one mask for positive patients, another mask for everyone else. And now it’s just: You get one mask.
“I work 12-hour shifts. Right now, we are running about four times the number of ventilators than we normally have going. We have such a large volume of patients, but it’s really hard to find enough people to fill all the shifts. The caregiver-to-patient ratio has gone down, and you can’t spend as much time with each patient, you can’t adjust the vent settings as aggressively because you’re not going into the room as often. And we’re also trying to avoid going into the room as much as possible to reduce infection risk of staff and to conserve personal protective equipment.”

Even if you survive ... it can also do long-lasting damage.​
“But we are trying to wean down the settings on the ventilator as much as possible, because you don’t want someone to be on the ventilator longer than they need to be. Your risk of mortality increases every day that you spend on a ventilator. The high pressures from high vent settings is pushing air into the lung and can overinflate those little balloons. They can pop. It can destroy the alveoli. Even if you survive ARDS, although some damage can heal, it can also do long-lasting damage to the lungs. They can get filled up with scar tissue. ARDS can lead to cognitive decline. Some people’s muscles waste away, and it takes them a long time to recover once they come off the ventilator.
“There is a very real possibility that we might run out of ICU beds and at that point I don’t know what happens if patients get sick and need to be intubated and put on a ventilator. Is that person going to die because we don’t have the equipment to keep them alive? What if it goes on for months and dozens of people die because we don’t have the ventilators?
“Hopefully we don’t get there, but if you only have one ventilator, and you have two patients, you’re going to have to go with the one who has a higher likelihood of surviving. And I’m afraid we’ll get to that point. I’ve heard that’s happening in Italy.”

https://www.propublica.org/article/...ilure-from-covid19-even-in-his-young-patients
 

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A Medical Worker Describes Terrifying Lung Failure From COVID-19 — Even in His Young Patients
“It first struck me how different it was when I saw my first coronavirus patient go bad. I was like, Holy shit, this is not the flu. Watching this relatively young guy, gasping for air, pink frothy secretions coming out of his tube.”
I wonder what our resident dumbass thinks of that and his crap about only people over 80 at risk of dying from this.
 

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I wonder what our resident dumbass thinks of that and his crap about only people over 80 at risk of dying from this.
What a lovely thought process, uglieness online unimaginable...

I think your white male index is masturbating,

nice hand dude.

Of course, it's just clusterfucking away...
 

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What a lovely thought process, uglieness online unimaginable...
Where were ya when I got called our resident jackass? Silent, that's where. But as soon as I answer back, there you are with your crap too.

I think your white male index is masturbating,

nice hand dude.

Of course, it's just clusterfucking away...
I think you don't know what you're talking about.
 

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I could care less what you think, Josie.

The point IMHO is what is you're thinkin and exhibiting here on this forum daily is doing your best on destroying this country, my country, you deep state plus troll, now let's see how many of your comrads will butt in and declare me a whatever in order to appease your commie bent ego bent on destroying this nations ego.

I also get that that is over...

Good luck all. The beast is here, ever-reaching ugly, and hungry, wanting to appease.
 

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The point IMHO is what is you're thinkin and exhibiting here on this forum daily is doing your best on destroying this country
If you think that, then your only point is the one that must be on the top of your head.
 

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, now let's see how many of your comrads will butt in and declare me a whatever
You're the one who butted in. No one addressed you. I merely asked a question of our (imho) residemt dumbass.
I wasn't addressing you at all, but seeing how you responded to my post, I have to wonder if you might be interested in claiming the title. If so, pm me and maybe we can make a deal. Lol
 

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I wonder what our resident dumbass thinks of that and his crap about only people over 80 at risk of dying from this.
The point IMHO is what is you're thinkin and exhibiting here on this forum daily is doing your best on destroying this country, my country, you deep state plus troll, now let's see how many of your comrads will butt in and declare me a whatever in order to appease your commie bent ego bent on destroying this nations ego.
No one addressed you. I merely asked a question of our (imho) residemt dumbass.
Lets keep it civil guys...

No personal attacks and all that...
 

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“It first struck me how different it was when I saw my first coronavirus patient go bad. I was like, Holy shit, this is not the flu. Watching this relatively young guy, gasping for air, pink frothy secretions coming out of his tube.”
first of all, I could be the resident dumbass for those in need, as I did indeed say it was but a flu
and that was taking it from what they were portraying it as,

in the beginning, it was stated that there was no way a flu/virus does this, and yes, took mighty pot shots at them for declaring it as such, false narrative, boo hoo, etc, etc.

then too, stats coming out of Italy had 99% old with existing conditions, so there is that

but if you look at it, I was also saying this is something different and that was their narrative,

to me, what EA posted only adds more to my side of the ledger, and what we can take of current information seems simple enough, this thing is morphing.

so for those that need to, by all means, I will carry that flag as the 'resident dumbass' until proven otherwise,

there, now you have someone to point the finger to, rather than each other,
 

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Anyone here on this thread....perhaps to assist,
Please see Avalon post on another thread
https://www.goldismoney2.com/thread...ess-its-a-true-emergency.355589/#post-1853292
Mold it into the EA post. Take away what you wish.
Whatever it is, IF it takes hold of you, it has " acceleration ".
Therein is something that is a factor. And everything else mixed in with it together.
It is not like you can go to CVS and buy some OTC stuff or even a prescription for Tamiflu.
Yah, this is big deal.
JMHO.
 

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I just heard this on TV:
Doc. Seagel being interviewed on Fox News informed the latest group being affected by WuFlu/Wuhan400/COVID19 are "VAPERS". The vast majority of youth and young adults with WuFlu have a history of vaping.
 

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vaping...all that moist air (dirt/debris/virus) getting drawn into your warm lungs...

Perhaps they need to add a charcoal filter to those vape pens...

Vaping is Better, Charcoal is Why!
 

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first of all, I could be the resident dumbass for those in need, as I did indeed say it was but a flu
and that was taking it from what they were portraying it as,

in the beginning, it was stated that there was no way a flu/virus does this, and yes, took mighty pot shots at them for declaring it as such, false narrative, boo hoo, etc, etc.

then too, stats coming out of Italy had 99% old with existing conditions, so there is that

but if you look at it, I was also saying this is something different and that was their narrative,

to me, what EA posted only adds more to my side of the ledger, and what we can take of current information seems simple enough, this thing is morphing.

so for those that need to, by all means, I will carry that flag as the 'resident dumbass' until proven otherwise,

there, now you have someone to point the finger to, rather than each other,
Just another anonymous source so it’s a bit of a shrug to me. I haven’t known what to believe for decades. Why should that change now?
 

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Vaping is Better, Charcoal is Why!
Most "Juices" are said to be manufactured with a liquid form Vit. E that does not agree with and irritates lung tissue.
Hence compromising that body's immune system.