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You and I must have a different understanding of Munchausen’s syndrome. How do you define it?
If she kept taking him to dr.s for vaccines? Probably not in her case, maybe I misread, but I've seen parents who wanted their child to 'qualify' for special ed services because they knew their kid was 'demented'. Some even harm their kid.

I agree the jabs are toxic to young growing children. I know a guy who's 15 yo kid has the brain of a 2 yr old. Perfectly fine until the vaccines he got at an early age.
 

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You and I must have a different understanding of Munchausen’s syndrome. How do you define it?
Agree, Munchausen By Proxy is when a Mother of Loved One kills their own.
Well then it's worse than I thought. As near as I can tell, you're describing a very large percentage of the 16-35 y.o. females who litter social media with their selfies.
It is not a one size fits all diagnosis.
 

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If she kept taking him to dr.s for vaccines? Probably not in her case, maybe I misread, but I've seen parents who wanted their child to 'qualify' for special ed services because they knew their kid was 'demented'. Some even harm their kid.
Now, This I've seen when my kids were young playing group sports. A player, decent kid as long as he was busy ( like at practice). Parents decided to let doctors "juice him up" when his activities decreased yet still needed physical exertion or drugged down. Shame, But I think he grew out of it, but I don't know if the drugging had long term effects on him.
 

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Agree, Munchausen By Proxy is when a Mother of Loved One kills their own.
Not exactly 'kills them' but keeps them 'sick' for endless doctor visits....
 

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Some people have mental illnesses that are no fault of their own. Stuff like autism, asperger’s, schizophrenia, boplar disorder, ADD, OCD and more. But, I wonder sometimes if some people aren’t their own cause of their mental illnesses. Bad thinking, bad choices and behavior, unrealistic expectations of life and of course, drug and alcohol abuse. And I’m convinced that some mental illness is a result of a really bad diet. Your brain is a physical organism. It requires a lot of protein and high quality fats, as well as vitamins and minerals to build it and keep it working right. Feed it with garbage and poisons for too long a time and you damage it and the damn thing just doesn’t maintain a healthy function and perspective of reality any more. Just an idea.
You forgot TRANSGENDERISM and homosexuality. Only they have a choice.
 

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And I’m convinced that some mental illness is a result of a really bad diet. Your brain is a physical organism. It requires a lot of protein and high quality fats, as well as vitamins and minerals to build it and keep it working right. Feed it with garbage and poisons for too long a time and you damage it and the damn thing just doesn’t maintain a healthy function and perspective of reality any more.
You make a good point many fail too.
I had an aunt that "went off the reservation" ( yeah I know that's Racialist) due to her love of hotdogs. Hotdogs for every meal and snack. When she went into "Deep Do-Do" my uncle got her to a hospital with a Mental Health Ward where they did some blood work.
Her blood work was way off expected levels. She was placed on IVs and a regimented diet. She got better but had to take Lithium and have regular blood chem. work from then on.
Doctor told her to eat bananas for potassium, and to drink Coca-Cola for her soft drinks. Coke has some potassium in it too. ( Back Then Anyway). and Prescribed a Vitamin- Mineral tablet to her.
 

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You make a good point many fail too.
I had an aunt that "went off the reservation" ( yeah I know that's Racialist) due to her love of hotdogs. Hotdogs for every meal and snack. When she went into "Deep Do-Do" my uncle got her to a hospital with a Mental Health Ward where they did some blood work.
Her blood work was way off expected levels. She was placed on IVs and a regimented diet. She got better but had to take Lithium and have regular blood chem. work from then on.
Doctor told her to eat bananas for potassium, and to drink Coca-Cola for her soft drinks. Coke has some potassium in it too. ( Back Then Anyway). and Prescribed a Vitamin- Mineral tablet to her.
I like hot dogs on occaision, like a couple times a year. I only eat the all beef dogs, like Hebrew National and a couple others, with chili, cheese and onions, or sour kraut and mustard, or just mustard and sweet relish. Love ‘em! But, even the best hot dogs are garbage. You wouldn’t believe what’s in those things, which is why I limit them to a couple times a year. Your aunt must have really hurt herself with that diet.
 

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I like hot dogs on occaision, like a couple times a year. I only eat the all beef dogs, like Hebrew National and a couple others, with chili, cheese and onions, or sour kraut and mustard, or just mustard and sweet relish. Love ‘em! But, even the best hot dogs are garbage. You wouldn’t believe what’s in those things, which is why I limit them to a couple times a year. Your aunt must have really hurt herself with that diet.
I'm fortunate that in Europe we have real "saussages"... Umpteen varieties of REAL MEAT...
 

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I'm fortunate that in Europe we have real "saussages"... Umpteen varieties of REAL MEAT...
Spanish "chipolatas"
Arabian "merguez"
French "Saucisse de Toulouse", and from dozens of other regions...
Italian
Polish
German
... all with different spices & consistencies... and animal origins... (beef - mutton - pork - fowl -.... even wild boar & donkey...)
Not many "70% cellulose" (sawdust) like US dogs...
etc...

Not to mention over 4k varieties of cheese... a great many "unpasteurized"...
 
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Spanish "chipolatas"
Arabian "merguez"
French "Saucisse de Toulouse", and from dozens of other regions...
Italian
Polish
German
... all with different spices & consistencies... and animal origins... (beef - mutton - pork - fowl -.... even wild boar & donkey...)
Not many "70% cellulose" (sawdust) like US dogs...
etc...

Not to mention over 4k varieties of cheese... a great many "unpasteurized"...
There used to be a little family owned market within walking distance of where I live. They were a Serbian/French Canadian family. Dad was Serbian and Mom was from Quebec. Great people. They had a smoker in the store and they made homemade beef jerky and a variety of old world sausages, that were killer. I used to love the garlic sausages they made and I put them in with my sour kraut and pork every year at New Year and whenever else I got the craving for them. Dad died and the boys ran the store into the ground, one of them in particular being really bad. Drugs, alcohol and gambling. He covered all the vices and ended up stealing from the store to fund his habits. I miss that store, but they were bought out by another good family owned business that’s doing a stellar job. No garlic sausages, though.
 

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Not exactly 'kills them' but keeps them 'sick' for endless doctor visits....

Exactly, it’s the craving for the attention and sympathy the parent gets for having a sick child

In a way it’s much like the liberal victim mentality. Feel sorry and pay attention to poor oppressed me.
 

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Spanish "chipolatas"
Arabian "merguez"
French "Saucisse de Toulouse", and from dozens of other regions...
Italian
Polish
German
... all with different spices & consistencies... and animal origins... (beef - mutton - pork - fowl -.... even wild boar & donkey...)
Not many "70% cellulose" (sawdust) like US dogs...
etc...

Not to mention over 4k varieties of cheese... a great many "unpasteurized"...
The Beautiful Witch and Himself were in Germany on vacation... walking through Meissen town square. There was a guy vending tube steaks. We each got one. When I finished mine, I went back and got another one. America has nothing like it.
 

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You mean..Italian sausage in a can?

Pocket trout perhaps?...always lol at that one...or trouser hoagie? BWAHAHAHA..
It's clear that you used to get around back in the day. It's a little scary too actually :rotf:
 

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Luc Montagnier, Who Identified Virus Behind AIDS, Dies at 89​

  • French scientist shared 2008 Nobel Prize for isolating HIV
  • ‘The globalization of culture has globalized our parasites’
Luc Montagnier in 1987.

Luc Montagnier in 1987.Photographer: Francois Lochon/Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images
By David Henry
February 10, 2022

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Luc Montagnier, the French virologist and Nobel laureate whose co-discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus sparked a global search for an AIDS cure, has died. He was 89.

He died on Feb. 8 at a hospital in a suburb of Paris, the Washington Post reported.

The scientist from the Pasteur Institute in Paris shared the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Francoise Barre-Sinoussi and Germany’s Harald zur Hausen, whose work on the viral causes of cervical cancer was recognized in the same year. Montagnier and Barre-Sinoussi worked together on retroviruses at the institute, and their findings coincided with similar results presented by Robert Gallo in the U.S.
After years of dispute, Montagnier and Barre-Sinoussi were judged to have isolated HIV before Gallo, whose virus culture had originally come from Montagnier’s laboratory, and Gallo was credited with showing that the virus causes AIDS. Montagnier and Gallo later reconciled their differences over the discovery of HIV and acknowledged each other’s roles in finding the virus.

In 2002, they collaborated on an article in Science magazine, where both scientists had published their initial findings decades earlier.

Causal Link​


Montagnier’s search for the cause of AIDS, a mystery disease in the early 1980s that was mainly infecting gay men, involved identifying viral isolates from patients with swollen lymph nodes and from people with full-blown AIDS. In September 1983, he drew a causal link between the virus and the disease at a conference at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York, though many of his peers remained skeptical. Most still considered HTLV, the only human retrovirus known until that time, as the likely cause.

By 1985, Montagnier’s findings had been confirmed by Gallo and a team in San Francisco, led by Jay Levy.

“The globalization of culture has globalized our parasites,” Montagnier said in an interview for the 1994 book “Reinventing the Future.” “You could say that AIDS is a disease of the Boeing 747. The big jets are its vector, and without them there would be no AIDS epidemic.”

Old Virus​

Montagnier claimed that while the epidemic is new, the virus is old, perhaps as long as primates have existed.

About 38 million people worldwide are thought to be living with HIV; related illnesses have already killed about 36 million, according to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. In its latest report, from June 2021, the Kaiser Family Foundation said that about 1.2 million Americans were living with HIV and more than 700,000 people had died from related illness.

The progression from infection to full-blown AIDS can take as long as 12 years and used to kill most victims within two years of diagnosis. In countries with access to retroviral drug therapies, the prognosis has changed “from a death sentence to an almost normal life,” Montagnier said on the Nobel Foundation’s website. No vaccine has yet been approved.

As part of the effort to beat the disease, Montagnier established a foundation that set up research and prevention centers in nations that were most affected, such as Ivory Coast and Cameroon, in order to assist scientists returning to their home countries to fight the epidemic.

Early Years​

Luc Antoine Montagnier was born on Aug. 18, 1932, in Chabris, located in a French agricultural region south of the Loire Valley. His father was an accountant whose hobby was science, and his mother was a housewife who doted on Luc, an only child.

At 5, Montagnier was badly injured by a speeding car as he tried to cross the road, leaving him in a coma for two days. Three years later, the family was forced to flee the German invasion and had little food to eat for most of the war. The impact that the death of his grandfather, from colon cancer, had on Montagnier was one reason he studied medicine.

Excelling at science, Montagnier set up a chemistry laboratory in the cellar of the house they had been assigned after the war. He studied medicine and science in Poitiers, and at 21, he wrote a thesis on how light influences the movement of chloroplasts in algae. He then completed his medical studies in Paris before becoming an assistant at the Sorbonne.

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isn't it weird? these folks can work with diseases all their life and it's old age that gets 'em


until we meet the Chinese who're changing the game. . .

RIP
 

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Luc Montagnier, Who Identified Virus Behind AIDS, Dies at 89​

  • French scientist shared 2008 Nobel Prize for isolating HIV
  • ‘The globalization of culture has globalized our parasites’
Luc Montagnier in 1987.

Luc Montagnier in 1987.Photographer: Francois Lochon/Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images
By David Henry
February 10, 2022

In this article​

Luc Montagnier, the French virologist and Nobel laureate whose co-discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus sparked a global search for an AIDS cure, has died. He was 89.

He died on Feb. 8 at a hospital in a suburb of Paris, the Washington Post reported.

The scientist from the Pasteur Institute in Paris shared the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Francoise Barre-Sinoussi and Germany’s Harald zur Hausen, whose work on the viral causes of cervical cancer was recognized in the same year. Montagnier and Barre-Sinoussi worked together on retroviruses at the institute, and their findings coincided with similar results presented by Robert Gallo in the U.S.
After years of dispute, Montagnier and Barre-Sinoussi were judged to have isolated HIV before Gallo, whose virus culture had originally come from Montagnier’s laboratory, and Gallo was credited with showing that the virus causes AIDS. Montagnier and Gallo later reconciled their differences over the discovery of HIV and acknowledged each other’s roles in finding the virus.

In 2002, they collaborated on an article in Science magazine, where both scientists had published their initial findings decades earlier.

Causal Link​


Montagnier’s search for the cause of AIDS, a mystery disease in the early 1980s that was mainly infecting gay men, involved identifying viral isolates from patients with swollen lymph nodes and from people with full-blown AIDS. In September 1983, he drew a causal link between the virus and the disease at a conference at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York, though many of his peers remained skeptical. Most still considered HTLV, the only human retrovirus known until that time, as the likely cause.

By 1985, Montagnier’s findings had been confirmed by Gallo and a team in San Francisco, led by Jay Levy.

“The globalization of culture has globalized our parasites,” Montagnier said in an interview for the 1994 book “Reinventing the Future.” “You could say that AIDS is a disease of the Boeing 747. The big jets are its vector, and without them there would be no AIDS epidemic.”

Old Virus​

Montagnier claimed that while the epidemic is new, the virus is old, perhaps as long as primates have existed.

About 38 million people worldwide are thought to be living with HIV; related illnesses have already killed about 36 million, according to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. In its latest report, from June 2021, the Kaiser Family Foundation said that about 1.2 million Americans were living with HIV and more than 700,000 people had died from related illness.

The progression from infection to full-blown AIDS can take as long as 12 years and used to kill most victims within two years of diagnosis. In countries with access to retroviral drug therapies, the prognosis has changed “from a death sentence to an almost normal life,” Montagnier said on the Nobel Foundation’s website. No vaccine has yet been approved.

As part of the effort to beat the disease, Montagnier established a foundation that set up research and prevention centers in nations that were most affected, such as Ivory Coast and Cameroon, in order to assist scientists returning to their home countries to fight the epidemic.

Early Years​

Luc Antoine Montagnier was born on Aug. 18, 1932, in Chabris, located in a French agricultural region south of the Loire Valley. His father was an accountant whose hobby was science, and his mother was a housewife who doted on Luc, an only child.

At 5, Montagnier was badly injured by a speeding car as he tried to cross the road, leaving him in a coma for two days. Three years later, the family was forced to flee the German invasion and had little food to eat for most of the war. The impact that the death of his grandfather, from colon cancer, had on Montagnier was one reason he studied medicine.

Excelling at science, Montagnier set up a chemistry laboratory in the cellar of the house they had been assigned after the war. He studied medicine and science in Poitiers, and at 21, he wrote a thesis on how light influences the movement of chloroplasts in algae. He then completed his medical studies in Paris before becoming an assistant at the Sorbonne.

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Luc Montagnier: “They Are Not Vaccines, They Are Poisons” – Speech To The Luxembourg Parliament​

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Nobel laureate in medicine for discovering AIDS, Iologist Professor Luc Montagnier, was invited to the Luxembourg Parliament to accompany petitioners speaking out against compulsory vaccination on Wednesday 12th of January. He spoke on the Covid vaccines and Geneticist Alexandra Henrion Caude was also there.

 

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until we meet the Chinese who're changing the game. .
and changing the name of the virus from "WuFlu" to whatever the CCP, PC Police want.
 

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what you bet he fell from the jab like all the rest...?

‘Full House’ Alum Bob Saget’s Cause of Death Revealed​

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February 10, 2022

Bob Saget’s cause of death has been revealed nearly a month after the star’s tragic death.

The “Full House” alum died from head trauma, according to a statement from Saget’s family.

“In the weeks since Bob’s passing, we have been overwhelmed with the incredible outpouring of love from Bob’s fans, which has been a great comfort to us and for which we are eternally grateful,” the family said. “Now that we have the final conclusions from the authorities’ investigation, we felt it only proper that the fans hear those conclusions directly from us.”​

Per the statement, citing authorities, Saget “accidentally hit the back of his head on something, thought nothing of it and went to sleep.”

The statement said that “no drugs or alcohol were involved.”

“As we continue to mourn together, we ask everyone to remember the love and laughter that Bob brought to this world, and the lessons he taught us all: to be kind to everyone, to let the people you love know you love them, and to face difficult times with hugs and laughter,” the statement concluded.​

CNN reported:

Speculation had swirled around the state of his health as Saget had said he had Covid-19 in December. His widow, Kelly Rizzo, told “Good Morning America” during an interview last month that her husband appeared to be in good health prior to his death and that his having Covid in December “was not anything serious.”
An autopsy was completed on Saget by the Orange County Medical Examiner in Florida the day after he died. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office released a death investigation report, obtained by CNN, which stated they found no signs of foul play in the “orderly” hotel room.
Saget had been expected to check out of the Ritz-Carlton on Sunday morning and his family members contacted hotel security when they were unable to reach the star, according to the report.

After the news broke of his death back in December, support poured in from many of his co-stars on the hit show Full House.

 

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‘Full House’ Alum Bob Saget’s Cause of Death Revealed​

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After the news broke of his death back in December, support poured in from many of his co-stars on the hit show Full House.
Funny....I didn't think he died until Jan 9. He was Boosted on Dec 13th.
 

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Fun fact, one of my clients happens to be related to Bob Faget (distant cousin of sorts). We were talking shit about TV shows from the 80's when I mentioned Aunt Becky from "Full House" as being a bit phwoah. He then said he was related to the dad (Bob Saget). Without skipping a beat, he then said, "the head trauma story is horseshit, his heart pretty much blew up and that his immediate family are suing. They want heads on pikes".
 

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Not dead yet but just wait.......
Surprised there’s not more talk about this guy

because he’s incapacitated the Dems no longer have control of the senate and the Bullshit bills can’t advance

its 50-49 rep to dem so kamala is irrelevant since there’s no tie to break. She can’t create the tie - lol

feels like God’s hand got involved because otherwise this is some conveniently timed luck
 

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Not dead yet but just wait.......

I actually worked for his opponents campaign last year. NM is retarded leftist. But even here people are beginning to wake the hell up.

Senator Ben Ray Lujan is much like his predecessor, Tom Udal. A do nothing piece of garbage that you only heard from every six years when he was up for reelection. I wish nothing good or bad for Ben Ray but my feeling is that he is not long for this world.

BTW his Republican opponent for the senate race last year is a local weatherman for the CBS affiliate here, Mark Ronchitti. He is now running for Governor. I think he has a much better chance at winning this race.

Surprised there’s not more talk about this guy

because he’s incapacitated the Dems no longer have control of the senate and the Bullshit bills can’t advance

its 50-49 rep to dem so kamala is irrelevant since there’s no tie to break. She can’t create the tie - lol

feels like God’s hand got involved because otherwise this is some conveniently timed luck

Ahhh... there's plenty of talk about him round these parts.

And it's funny you use the term "God's hand". I've been using the phrase "the Hand of God" a lot lately. I don't see how so many coincidences just seem to be taking place. Last week Zucker was dumped, ABC & "The View" were in turmoil over Whoopie, the elite are being called on the carpet over insider trading, the crime wave is finally getting attention, and AOC is now self censoring and has quit twitter, & Ben Ray Lujan had a stroke. I think the Hand of God is at work here.
 

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mmooooooooooOOOOOOO000000!
 

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Fun fact, one of my clients happens to be related to Bob Faget (distant cousin of sorts). We were talking shit about TV shows from the 80's when I mentioned Aunt Becky from "Full House" as being a bit phwoah. He then said he was related to the dad (Bob Saget). Without skipping a beat, he then said, "the head trauma story is horseshit, his heart pretty much blew up and that his immediate family are suing. They want heads on pikes".
That's very interesting. The amount of "news" stories I've seen about Saget and his injury (specifically things titled "How to avoid head trauma" and the like) has led me to believe the media is redirecting people from looking deeper.
 

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That's very interesting. The amount of "news" stories I've seen about Saget and his injury (specifically things titled "How to avoid head trauma" and the like) has led me to believe the media is redirecting people from looking deeper.
fancy that!
 

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I lost a first cousin overnight from a heart attack... the poor guy was beginning to fire up a BBQ and boom, like lighting hit him; recorded in fullHD too.
 

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I lost a first cousin overnight from a heart attack... the poor guy was beginning to fire up a BBQ and boom, like lighting hit him; recorded in fullHD too.
Damned sorry to hear that chief, my condolences to you and your family. I have a first cousin who's like the brother from another mother to me
 

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I lost a first cousin overnight from a heart attack... the poor guy was beginning to fire up a BBQ and boom, like lighting hit him; recorded in fullHD too.
Condolences to you, family and extended family. gb
 

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I just spoke to his wife, they were both second jabbed (Pfizer) a week ago. She had a mild reaction initially, he seemed fine. And now this...
 

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I lost a first cousin overnight from a heart attack... the poor guy was beginning to fire up a BBQ and boom, like lighting hit him; recorded in fullHD too.
Seriously? They recorded him firing up the Barbie?
 

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I lost a first cousin overnight from a heart attack...
Friends of ours also lost a 40-something family member to heart attack last night. No prior warnings or symptoms. Total unexpected shock. Don't know the vax status.