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Jan 19, 2021 | 23:53 1 http://www.smalldeadanimals.com/2021...er-5/#comments Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 07:37 2 If we had journalists, they should ask Scott Moe on his thoughts regarding Manitoba govt gyms, and if Sask has these facilities, the tongue lashing he gave us yesterday made it sound like it was only the little people misbehaving. We are in a doom loop scenario using the current metric of cases versus deaths and financial incentive to the healthcare system to milk this for all its worth. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 07:45 3 Yeah daddy Moe was really on the warpath yesterday. Couple dancing people causing all the cases.

    Wonder if Forage will chime in. Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2021 | 08:03 4
    Quote Originally Posted by macdon02 View Post
    If we had journalists, they should ask Scott Moe on his thoughts regarding Manitoba govt gyms, and if Sask has these facilities, the tongue lashing he gave us yesterday made it sound like it was only the little people misbehaving. We are in a doom loop scenario using the current metric of cases versus deaths and financial incentive to the healthcare system to milk this for all its worth.
    Moe is getting outta touch real quick, and doesn't know how close people are, to just saying phuck it, to all of it.
    Yesterday, Gormley made hay about the "media" making a big stink of the leaked video of people dancing at a bar, and then, the rest of the morning, HE made a big stink of the people dancing in the bar.
    All last week Gormley and the rest of the media were tearing down the health minister for holding back the vaccine(so they had enough for second doses), then at the end of the week the feds say Pfizer won't be delivering, now this week the health minister say they run out, and not sure when they're getting more. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 20, 2021 | 08:14 5
    Quote Originally Posted by beaverdam View Post
    then at the end of the week the feds say Pfizer won't be delivering, now this week the health minister say they run out, and not sure when they're getting more.
    Maybe Pfizer has other things on its mind.

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-pfizer-pushes-for-tax-breaks-in-2021-federal-budget/

    sounds like they dont like the idea of a socialized pharma program.
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 08:27 6 Sorry Duplicate. Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2021 | 08:27 7 One bar in Saskatoon is responsible for 72 KNOWN cases. Government laundry many, many cases. This does ruffle my feathers when I don’t dare have anyone else in my home. People, especially single widowed people haven’t been out of their homes in weeks while she has a beautiful retirement home in Mesa. And what’s this all for? To protect less than one percent of the population - the vulnerable ones. We could have made them a gated luxury resort to keep them away from general population and allow life on the outside go on. Kids are suffering and this isn’t over yet. Moe has quite a balancing act. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 08:30 8
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Maybe Pfizer has other things on its mind.

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-pfizer-pushes-for-tax-breaks-in-2021-federal-budget/

    sounds like they dont like the idea of a socialized pharma program.
    Its a good thing O'Toole is discussing Derek Sloan instead of focusing on liberal incompetence... Reply With Quote

  • Jan 20, 2021 | 08:37 9 Nothing wrong in Manitoba guys . My wife can't teach her sunday school class now for several months but we can still go to pot and cold beer stores. Can't get haircuts anyway so starting to look like hippies might as well live the part!!!!!!!!!! SPACE LORD MOTHER MOTHER! Reply With Quote

  • Jan 20, 2021 | 08:38 10
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Maybe Pfizer has other things on its mind.

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-pfizer-pushes-for-tax-breaks-in-2021-federal-budget/

    sounds like they dont like the idea of a socialized pharma program.
    I was thinking that Canada's supply is getting cut off, because Xiden is promising to give 100million vaccines in his first 100 days. I would think that would take up most of the production at this point. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 08:43 11
    Quote Originally Posted by beaverdam View Post
    I was thinking that Canada's supply is getting cut off, because Xiden is promising to give 100million vaccines in his first 100 days. I would think that would take up most of the production at this point.
    I think , not sure , but the US has their vaccines made in the states. Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2021 | 08:43 12 Yeah Gormley has lost all his former common sense. I used to generally, broadly agree with him. But now he’s a masker, a vaxxer, a panicky controllovirus flunky.

    Konspiracy Kevin sounds pretty normal these days! Lol
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  • iceman's Avatar Jan 20, 2021 | 08:49 13
    Quote Originally Posted by beaverdam View Post
    Moe is getting outta touch real quick, and doesn't know how close people are, to just saying phuck it, to all of it.
    Yesterday, Gormley made hay about the "media" making a big stink of the leaked video of people dancing at a bar, and then, the rest of the morning, HE made a big stink of the people dancing in the bar.
    All last week Gormley and the rest of the media were tearing down the health minister for holding back the vaccine(so they had enough for second doses), then at the end of the week the feds say Pfizer won't be delivering, now this week the health minister say they run out, and not sure when they're getting more.
    Gormley is Saskatchewans version of the Iraqi information minister. His reporting of the GTH scandal proved that.

    John Gormley = Baghdad Bob
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    Jan 20, 2021 | 08:57 14 They seem to think that they are helping and saving lives and to a very small degree it might be the case but the fact remains that this flu is hardly any different than most flus that show up every year. The small fortune and future they have spent is going to cost us more lives in the coming years when they have to make hard choices on the social programs they will have to cut in order to pay themselves. Then that will show us all how much they really care about all of us and who is more important in society judging by the hypocritical decisions they are making. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 20, 2021 | 09:08 15
    Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
    Kids are suffering and this isn’t over yet. Moe has quite a balancing act.
    Children? It's not like they, or mental health are important. Think of the 90 year olds.

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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 09:18 16
    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy2323 View Post
    Children? It's not like they, or mental health are important. Think of the 90 year olds.

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    Hard to believe that fella was a Harper conservative! Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2021 | 09:18 17 Konspiracy Kap says: The reason no one is experiencing or dying from ordinary flues this year is because contrary to the expert rhetoric, the testing can’t tell the difference or they are ....... Just a quote from Ramblin Rose at the bar. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 09:58 18 I think the common sense, take an arms length view, critical thinking Saskatchewan person has already said phuck it when it comes to the government's handling of this pandemic. Nothing that they have mandated has had the desired effect in reducing numbers, 100% of the people I interact with are following the guidelines, elevators have restricted access when delivering grain. part stores are following mask and traffic control guidelines, one elevator has even gone to split shifts and staying opening more hours so that they cut down the number of staff at the facility at one time.

    This tells me that the public health orders that this government has issued have not worked. My opinion is that from the beginning they have been working with faulty modeling numbers. The government has backed themselves in a corner, nothing they have done has helped so they have resorted to blaming the people and putting the fear of god in them. It would be refreshing to see a government admit sometimes it was wrong, and then learn from their mistakes, but they are so far down this rabbit hole that it will never happen.

    As far as Gormley, he has always admitted he is a germaphobe, so this must be scaring the ever living begezzes out of him. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 20, 2021 | 10:09 19 Sasks restrictions end next friday. They have been in place since Nov 19th. Thats 10 weeks. hasnt made a lick of a difference. Case were lower before the restrictions.

    People I talk to are on their last leg. They are willing to do their patriotic duty but the mixed messages and shaming is getting on peoples nerves. I bet come Feb 1 people start to get stir crazy.

    Why didnt some illustrious reporter point out the fed govts own stats show almost all the deaths are in care homes. Who is dancing in there? Reply With Quote

  • Jan 20, 2021 | 10:18 20 Covid 19 is going to be the biggest job killer in history. First the hospitality sector airlines and manufactoring everything that can be automated will get done now. Small business will disappear to a great extend. And most politician are standing around doing nothing but listen to a bunch unelected healthcare people and there is no end insight. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 10:24 21 I should clarify, it isn't just our provincial government, it is all of them. Reply With Quote
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    Jan 20, 2021 | 10:26 22 How do you guys know that any covid rule action taken hasnt helped? Perhaps situation would be way worse without them, maybe not, but to say it hasnt helped is kind of a poor response. Fully understand people are tired and frustrated.


    In Alberta, cases have came way down over this last go round, hospital numbers and ICU numbers also coming down, just not as fast as cases, but only makes sense there is a lag time. Some guidelines got relaxed this week, hopefully more to come. Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2021 | 10:46 23 I whould like to get an honest answer as to what benchmarks we need to see to go to some kind of normal.
    We are never going to get big numbers vaccinated in any demographic group including health care workers as some are not going to participate.
    Once we have offered all + 50 yr olds a vax we should just open as it won't get statistically better after that IMHO. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 11:01 24
    Quote Originally Posted by GDR View Post
    In Alberta, cases have came way down over this last go round, hospital numbers and ICU numbers also coming down, just not as fast as cases, but only makes sense there is a lag time. Some guidelines got relaxed this week, hopefully more to come.
    AB has done a bang up job after getting demonized by the MSM and a bunch of woke twitter fools. All front line health care workers and vulnerable in govt homes vaccinated first. Now they are out of vaccine.

    Pfizer says it will be 4 weeks before new supply. I bet the phones in skippys playpen are getting hot now. Can CBC throw him cover for that long? Reply With Quote
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  • fjlip's Avatar Jan 20, 2021 | 11:19 25 In Alberta, cases have came way down over this last go round, hospital numbers and ICU numbers also coming down, just not as fast as cases, but only makes sense there is a lag time. Some guidelines got relaxed this week, hopefully more to come.

    Hmmm, must have REDUCED the PCR cycles... yes nothing tried has reduced CASES, those mean nothing.

    All across US media, with Xiden to stoke fear, 400,000 plus have been KILLED by Covid! Then 24,000,000 cases so far. Well that is 1.6% died of/with. We all know for certain many multiples of that # have NOT been tested, had it mildly, so perhaps 0.5% been dying, JUST A bad FLU!

    Google it, nearly 10,000 DIE in USA of all causes every day. That's 40 days worth out of 300+ days. AND how many erroneously called COVID? All kinds of deaths added in. Quote was "old and frail dying after the vaccine", but they were dying soon anyway! Well, same applies of dying with any additional health issues.
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 11:30 26
    Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
    I whould like to get an honest answer as to what benchmarks we need to see to go to some kind of normal.
    I keep asking myself the same thing. Did we go into this with a plan, that when cases,or hospitalizations reach "x", we will relax restrictions by "y" amount? Was that outcome knowable or predictable?
    Or are we waiting for eradication? Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2021 | 11:43 27 If I remember correctly, I think Moe and Shahab threw around the 200 new cases a day number about a month ago. Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2021 | 13:17 28 The waiting for eradication part is what scares me.
    Won't be nothing left of society if we don't get out of this soon.
    We will be like USSR with everyone squealling on thier neighbour while waiting for a subsistence payment from the guvmint. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 20, 2021 | 13:28 29
    Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer5 View Post
    I keep asking myself the same thing. Did we go into this with a plan, that when cases,or hospitalizations reach "x", we will relax restrictions by "y" amount? Was that outcome knowable or predictable?
    Or are we waiting for eradication?
    That is an easy question, when the number of covid positives was a manageable number. At that manageable level if the R was 1 or less, or for those who are mathematically challenged, if those infected don't infect any more than one person, we could go to normal. Normal in a pandemic is mask, hands, distance, ventilate. That's really tough restrictions - not. Anything that raises it above 1, well whoop-de-doo. Welcome to our present situation. Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2021 | 13:56 30
    Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
    The waiting for eradication part is what scares me.
    Won't be nothing left of society if we don't get out of this soon.
    We will be like USSR with everyone squealling on thier neighbour while waiting for a subsistence payment from the guvmint.
    My daughter in TO says her neighbors have moved out of their apartments no jobs no money for rents, nobody left to do the squealing. She carries papers with her so she can travel to work ,no hassel from cops because of restrictions. TORONTO=MOSCOW Reply With Quote