I'd like to understand how 3 different types of hard drugs in someone's body is necessary for nbcnews to get to the point where they would consider it substance abuse and the resulting overdose.
let's be honest there, the investigation is only going to be a guessing game with basic facts collated and a typical response of "no known causality". To be able to determine a causal link, they'll need a lot more bodies lying in the morgue.
Getting in touch with foreign countries and speaking multiple foreign languages, I find it amazing how language shapes thoughts more than the thoughts themselves. It seems that not enough people understand the power of language.
the BBC spews another circular argument: a test with a false positive rate of 15% (estimated, never validated) indicates that another test has a false positive rate of 18% (estimated, never validated)... seems the BBC authors are not good at maths.
the BBC spews another circular argument.
"All secondary school pupils in England have been asked to carry out two tests a week since schools reopened."
They haven't been asked, they have been offered, many parents have refused. And
love how the article spews theories which are structured exactly like conspiracy theories...
the largest ponzi scheme in history is still the federal reserve...
here we go now, "zero covid" aka imprisoned population.
I think the nazis introduced the ID card back in the days, this goes well beyond their "dreams"... fuck them
kapos deserve no respect.
As long as she doesn't sing, I don't care about what she does with whom.
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