z5ei2 rbse2 5kehi 4bnt6 yikik se5e4 a5tfb fzd34 5sb93 n354h 2iy9z 8r43z t4nb8 rity9 insnk f4b9s k257z r5bft 24ha5 fsd3b daryn US Special Operations dropped a 2,000 pound bomb on Syria's largest dam in 2017 despite the fact it was on a 'no-strike' list: NYT |

US Special Operations dropped a 2,000 pound bomb on Syria's largest dam in 2017 despite the fact it was on a 'no-strike' list: NYT

2022.01.21 11:36 Brtltbgcty US Special Operations dropped a 2,000 pound bomb on Syria's largest dam in 2017 despite the fact it was on a 'no-strike' list: NYT

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2022.01.21 11:36 Rinsor That's gold, Jerry! Gold!

That's gold, Jerry! Gold!
Not the strongest setup but i couldnt say no to Bob (passed for 3 rounds).
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2022.01.21 11:36 Competitive-Ad-7994 The Fed is about to commit a disasterous policy mistake.

Long post warning, but there is a lot on my mind this morning.
What a predicament. In the 4th quarter of last year, I predicted the 1st quarter of 2022 would bring volatility and devaluation to financial markets. So far, this appears to have been correct. Aside from the technical indicators showing visible cracks, there are true macroeconomic and monetary policy concerns.
Firstly, inflation soared 7% in 2021, which is the highest rate in over four decades. What makes this more troubling is the current calculations for inflation are inherently flawed, resulting in under reporting. This is primarily due to the “owners equivalent rent” category being substituted in lieu of actual home prices, which differs from the late 1970’s, early 1980’s model. If you calculate inflation under the old model, inflation is considerably higher. Inflation is great for equities, so long as corporations can pass on increased supplier costs to consumers. The spread between PPI and CPI shows this isn’t happening on the broad scale. Margins are compressing.
Secondly, the Fed’s primary tool to combat inflation is tightening monetary policy via reduction in QE, rate hikes, and eventually balance sheet runoff. Problem is, the Fed is forecasting three to four rate hikes in 2022. My questions to Jerome Powell: How do you expect a 1% rise in rates to offset negative real yields that are currently at -6% to -7%? This likely isn’t enough to curb inflation. Remember, Paul Volker had to to raise rates to 20% plus once inflation became entrenched in the economy. Secondly, with the 2-year and 10-year spread sitting around 0.85%, is the Fed really planning on hiking rates to the point it results in a yield curve inversion? I highly doubt it, but they have made many terrible decisions throughout the years.
Lastly, don’t let these politicians fool you by talking about retail sales numbers, the unemployment rate, and other “success” stories. Adjust December 2021 retail sales for inflation and you will see the numbers were abysmal. Adjust the unemployment rate for the drop in the Labor Force Participation Rate, and you will see we are not at historic lows.
The financial markets are about to go (already happening to a degree) into a tantrum because the Fed is telling us they want to tighten monetary policy in a weak economy (under the surface), which could result in a yield curve inversion (almost always preceding a recession in 6 to 24 months), and despite there efforts, it is entirely possible inflation continues to plow forward. The recipe for stagflation is in the Fed’s cookbook and the cookbook is on the counter.
Problem is, the Fed is out of viable options and they know it. They’ve known it for months, but they have to display unfounded confidence to keep the music going.
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2022.01.21 11:36 Siphen_ Good news in the fight against covid. Nasal COVIDROPS

Going into year three the world struggles to contain covid, even nations that are heavily vaccinated have seen omicron sweep through their populations. Yes, we all recognize the vaccines to date have been good at limiting hospitalization, while the transmissibility of omicron has continued to kept the burden on our health care systems at peak load.
We need a three-pronged approach to end this pandemic or at least lessen the load on our health care systems.
- Vaccination
- Accurate, easily accessible testing.
- Medicine that eliminates covid 19 on early detection
San Diego based company Sorrento Therapeutics is very close to having a product on the market that will eliminate covid on early detection. Imagine all the lives and suffering that could be avoided if on a positive test you could squirt a few nasal drops in your nose, instead of doing nothing and waiting to see if you become one of the emergency room statistics.
The medicine is 10x more potent then sotrovimab.
Hopefully they can get fast track designation and partner with a larger pharmaceutical company as I would really like to see this product on the shelf in pharmacies for the safety of my children and family as we continue to endure this pandemic.
Stay Safe Everyone!
https://www.10news.com/news/in-depth/in-depth-san-diego-company-making-covid-nasal-drops-says-new-formula-potent-against-omicron
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2022.01.21 11:36 SuppressedGroza This is absolute gem ( Ole Gunner Tribute )

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2022.01.21 11:36 Able_Ad9227 Fragrances with fantasy accords?

I was listening to one of my favorite perfume podcasts, and they were discussing the balloon accord found in Marissa Zappas’ “Annabel’s Birthday Cake.” This sounds like something I would appreciate from an artistic perspective but not to actually wear. Has anyone tried a fragrance with fantasy accords that you enjoy wearing? If you’ve tried ABC please let me know your experience!
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2022.01.21 11:36 Remarkable_Win_1215 snape

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2022.01.21 11:36 yyyyyyyyyy2 Instagram vs Google

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2022.01.21 11:36 mehchinegun Metronome is the most powerful Pokemon move, change my mind

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2022.01.21 11:36 princessmononoke22 What to do when you’re horny but sick?

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2022.01.21 11:36 KillswitchSlayer Windsor-Essex offers free addiction outpatient program to help those in need

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2022.01.21 11:36 PlanetToday Lengvai pagaminamas sūrio pyragas su šokoladu (video)

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2022.01.21 11:36 jamesbond000111 1st place in Time Spy, Port Royal, Fire Strike......(5800X + 3060 Ti LHR)

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2022.01.21 11:36 BTA417 Portable Pumps

I’ve seen a bunch of comments either way, but do the portable pumps (Elvie/willow etc) work for anyone? They seem so convenient that I want them to but the reviews aren’t great. Now that knock off versions are coming out do any of them work better? Thanks!
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2022.01.21 11:36 Cenki If you do this years halloween event (available now), don't forget to turn in your currency to this npc ;)

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2022.01.21 11:36 Bot-alex Man on trial for killing suspected thief ‘was just making citizen’s arrest’

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2022.01.21 11:36 International-Fun485 Ok, this one got me now.

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2022.01.21 11:36 kchoze Surmortalité et morts COVID au Québec et en Amérique du Nord

Surmortalité et morts COVID au Québec et en Amérique du Nord Récemment, François Legault a changé de discours pour parler de surmortalité, précisant que la surmortalité au Québec est plus faible depuis le début de la pandémie que plusieurs autres provinces et États, supposant que toute la mortalité excédentaire proviendrait du COVID et de ses effets.
Legault prétend que ceci est dû aux mesures plus sévères qu'a connu le Québec.

https://preview.redd.it/fq9ap4s3n1d81.png?width=729&format=png&auto=webp&s=1e1b35150e4ef563bc69d6945ed15db24f801d1a
Est-ce que cette supposition tient la route, ou un autre facteur est en cause?
Tout d'abord, on peut voir une comparaison plus étendue sur le site de La Presse:

https://preview.redd.it/24d59heln1d81.png?width=464&format=png&auto=webp&s=dbc5d87e6febd7827d68c121f0f775e6eb86de34
Certaines données vont dans le sens du propos de Legault (baisse de surmortalité en Australie, par exemple) mais d'autres, pas vraiment, ainsi, la Suède fait mieux que la France et que l'Italie, deux pays soumis à de très fortes mesures alors que la Suède n'a pas choisi cette voie. Et il y a des choses bizarres, ainsi, la Colombie-Britannique connaît une surmortalité de 12%, quatre fois plus que le Québec, alors qu'elle n'a enregistré que 2 520 morts du COVID contre 12 639 pour le Québec. Par 100 000 habitants, ça donne 50 morts/100k pour la Colombie-Britannique et 149 morts/100k pour le Québec.
Est-ce raisonnable de croire que la Colombie-Britannique n'a rapporté que 11% de ses morts du COVID? Non, voyons donc, c'est stupide de croire ça.
Il doit y avoir un autre facteur en jeu. J'en ai un à suggérer: la crise des opioïdes.
Pour ceux qui ne savent pas, aux États-Unis et au Canada, il y a eu surprescription d'analgésiques au cours de la décennie précédente, qui a entraîné un grand nombre de personnes dans la dépendance à ces substances pour gérer des douleurs quotidiennes, car quand on les utilise sur une trop grande période, arrêter résulte en une hypersensitivité à la douleur. Un grand nombre de personnes vient donc à décéder suivant des overdoses d'opioïdes, surtout à cause de l'utilisation du fentanyl dans des opioïdes sur le marché noir.
À quoi ressemble la crise des opioïdes au Canada avant la pandémie? À ça:

https://preview.redd.it/mw4hv4dcq1d81.png?width=1184&format=png&auto=webp&s=cb71e68f89ada5037a6c76aa64eb013c0807a5bc
On peut voir que la crise affecte surtout l'ouest du pays. Et de quoi ça a l'air...
...en 2020:

https://preview.redd.it/xnoruvhmq1d81.png?width=1142&format=png&auto=webp&s=c5df22a2fb00709d5abb547b2bac642065e83c29
En 2021, de janvier à juin seulement?

https://preview.redd.it/5e2rvz7qq1d81.png?width=1179&format=png&auto=webp&s=74bbca8503432bd0f45119dc707dc1382db9b221
À noter qu'au cours de 2020 et la première moitié de 2021, les morts par surdose en Colombie-Britannique ont totalité 2 780, soit plus que la mortalité COVID! Si on compare aux années précédentes qui avaien 800-1000 morts par année, juste ça donne 1 300 morts excédentaires. Et on ne sait pas si ces nombres vont augmenter ou si plusieurs morts n'ont pas été identifiées correctement comme telles. Au Québec, on en recense que 759 sur la même période, ne représentant que 6% du total de morts COVID!
La pandémie, les confinements ainsi que les programmes d'aide monétaire directs ont tous pu jouer un effet sur cette mortalité en encourageant l'utilisation de ces drogues pour passer outre l'anxiété de la pandémie ou l'isolement du confinement.
Un autre indice est que le Canada enregistre une surmortalité significative des 0-44 ans depuis le début de la pandémie, une surmortalité qui ne suit pas du tout les vagues COVID, étant au maximum lors des périodes d'accalmie et au minimum lors du sommet des vagues. Et ceci dans un groupe d'âge qui ne meurt pratiquement pas du COVID, représentant moins de 2% des morts COVID recensés au Canada. Et une surmortalité absente du Québec.
https://preview.redd.it/sy7hr3cms1d81.png?width=1464&format=png&auto=webp&s=85e311ec45e16468ddd0e12ab5d56cf1ea22d544
Source: Provisional weekly estimates of the number of deaths, expected number of deaths and excess mortality, by age group and sex (statcan.gc.ca)
Un phénomène similaire est observé aux États-Unis, où les morts reliées à l'alcool et à la drogue ont significativement augmentées... même chez les adolescents!
https://preview.redd.it/8psffp6kt1d81.png?width=737&format=png&auto=webp&s=a5134bfe1457be93970a578f63ff421c316221b0
Ainsi, en 2020, les États-Unis n'enregistrent que 92 morts de plus que 2019 chez les adolescents pour des maladies respiratoires, mais 465 morts de plus reliées à l'alcool et à la drogue! C'est une forme de suicide doux, les gens anxieux ou désespérés se tournent vers l'abus de substances psychotropes pour échapper aux émotions négatives liées à la pandémie et au confinement, en sachant que l'abus pourrait les tuer, et s'en foutant éperdument. Aux États-Unis, on dénombre près de 150 000 morts liées directement à l'abus de drogue ou d'alcool en 2020 contre une moyenne d'environ 100 000 dans les années précédentes. (source: la base de données WONDER de la CDC).
Un autre facteur à considérer, plus petit, est la mobilité interne. Ainsi, surtout aux États-Unis, on voit des centaines de milliers de personnes fuir les États les plus confinés en faveur des États les moins confinés. La Californie a vu sa population baisser de 200 000 personnes, du jamais vu pour cet État dont la population monte depuis sa fondation, alors que la Floride a vu l'arrivée de plus de 200 000 personnes, une croissance annuelle de près de 1% de sa population, et comme la population la plus mobile est souvent la population la plus âgée, cela produit un effet accroissant la surmortalité car la mortalité attendue est basée sur des prévisions démographiques passées. Est-ce que cet effet est significatif ou marginal? Je ne pourrais le dire sans plus de données.
Bref, est-ce que le bon bilan Québécois sur la mortalité est due à des mesures plus strictes? Probablement pas. On ne peut présumer que les autres provinces et pays sont à ce point incompétents pour recenser leurs morts COVID. Des facteurs comme la crise des opioïdes peuvent expliquer ces différences de bien meilleure façon.
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