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Jimi77

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When he said stupid stuff like that, you could often see the incredulity on the faces of his advisers. He is so narcissistic and thinks he is such a genius, he was just making shit up on the fly. Remember the whole "disinfectant" and "UV light" debacle? He heard that UV light kills viruses (and a lot of other things) and suggested putting it inside the body or "through the skin in some way". Without knowing the absolute truth, I would bet good money that NO medical expert on his team suggested to him that shining lights at people would kill the virus inside the body.
And using disinfectant that kilss viruses on surfaces by "injection" into the body? GMAFB.
Ironically, I'm a little familiar with the use of UV light to generate Ozone and kill mold, bacteria, etc. I assume everybody has seen barbers place their scissors, blades under UV light... Anyway I to thought Trump was full of shyt, since UV is pretty potent stuff, however there are procedures where they place a UV light in your lungs and give them a good blast of UV. I know it sounds crazy, but it exists. I don't think there are any medical procedures that involve chugging bleach.
 
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That is exactly what I am saying. They are a vascular surgeon, not an electrician.

I have a friend who runs an oncology center in SD. He is also a skilled bike mechanic. I would trust him with my cancer treatment, and to repair my bike.
I would not trust him to rewire my house. He is neither educated nor skilled in the task.

Would you trust a guy with a degree in music who has been making websites since he left school to do a bypass on you?
My point is... and try to put your arrogance aside, you don't know what someone knows or is skilled in just by talking to them on an internet forum.
 
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I'm the guy who fires up the SUV and goes out in the blizzard to "get some good snow." Just take up skiing or snowboarding. Or that's not your flavor, snowmobiling. ;)
Snow is an inconvenience at best. ATTENTION ROBGMN, COMPLAINT INCOMING!!!!

I hate snow as it can delay me doing what I want to do when I want to do it.
 

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Sometimes you can tell what they're not good at....
No Rob, you know what they allow you to know. Oh, my bad... Jimi.
 

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Well, it's not snowing here and there is no snow on the ground. I am off to go shopping.
 

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My point is... and try to put your arrogance aside, you don't know what someone knows or is skilled in just by talking to them on an internet forum.
I was commenting on the multitude of "sources" that Buck uses to try and prove his point. This latest one in particular, who got his degree in music in 1990, then spent the following 20 years doing websites.
Nothing in his education creds or work experience gives any reason to accept his medical opinion as any more valid than yours or mine.
Nothing about Buck that has been shared by him suggests he has the creds to make medical analyses that are contrary to what the medical community has said.
In his own words, he has vast knowledge because he reads stuff on the 'net. What if all he is reading is false info? Is that knowledge?

People can be anything they want on the internet, but they can also be figured out fairly easily. We've seen wannabes come here playing bigshot and getting called out pretty quickly when they couldn't support the facade.
 

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Snow is an inconvenience at best. ATTENTION ROBGMN, COMPLAINT INCOMING!!!!

I hate snow as it can delay me doing what I want to do when I want to do it.
How much snow does it take there to slow things down? I have heard that some southern places basically close down for an inch or two of snow (while the transplant from North Dakota drives his Miata to work).
 

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How much snow does it take there to slow things down? I have heard that some southern places basically close down for an inch or two of snow (while the transplant from North Dakota drives his Miata to work).
Denver almost never shuts down. Takes ~2+ feet to shut us down and then it only lasts a day maybe 2. Then again we're the land of Jeeps and F150s.
 

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Denver almost never shuts down. Takes ~2+ feet to shut us down and then it only lasts a day maybe 2. Then again we're the land of Jeeps and F150s.
It's a lifestyle. We had 2 blizzards in two days back-to-back in December. "The police are saying to stay off the roads unless you are an emergency vehicle, and buses are not running. If you want the day off with pay, you can use accrued personal leave or vacation time."
 

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How much snow does it take there to slow things down? I have heard that some southern places basically close down for an inch or two of snow (while the transplant from North Dakota drives his Miata to work).
A few inches in this particular area. Half the road I live on is in another county. THEY plow and salt their half well however the side I travel on the most gets little attention and becomes impassable easily.
 

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I was commenting on the multitude of "sources" that Buck uses to try and prove his point. This latest one in particular, who got his degree in music in 1990, then spent the following 20 years doing websites.
Nothing in his education creds or work experience gives any reason to accept his medical opinion as any more valid than yours or mine.
Nothing about Buck that has been shared by him suggests he has the creds to make medical analyses that are contrary to what the medical community has said.
In his own words, he has vast knowledge because he reads stuff on the 'net. What if all he is reading is false info? Is that knowledge?

People can be anything they want on the internet, but they can also be figured out fairly easily. We've seen wannabes come here playing bigshot and getting called out pretty quickly when they couldn't support the facade.
A person with as many disabilities as Buck may want to know more about his conditions and through communications with doctors and research through reading can obtain extensive medical knowledge. It's not unheard of.
 

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A person with as many disabilities as Buck may want to know more about his conditions and through communications with doctors and research through reading can obtain extensive medical knowledge. It's not unheard of.
People in prison become attorneys. But they don't do it by reading law conspiracy sites and taking the bar exam.
The very vast majority of stuff he posts is easily discredited with simple research, of the facts and of the sources themselves. Yes his sources COULD be sharing legitimate facts, but any time a source is know for providing disinformation, ANYHTING they say becomes suspect and should be given due diligence.
Believing something simply because you want it to be true is just silly. Repeating something that is not true so that other gullible people will believe it is plain shitty.
 

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