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  1. Are you sure you aren't thinking of the time when VY had gone to Philly and threw a similar pass after being tackled by the turf monster?
  2. abenjami

    Virus in US

    I might start a thread. I'm thinking car accident caused by some kid looking at his phone to buy bitcoin while driving.
  3. abenjami

    Virus in US

    It wouldn't be very funny if you went out due to Covid. So did 3 million other people. Anaphylactic shock tomorrow morning on the other hand...
  4. It's Cox (not AT&T) but yeah, this has been my suspicion all along. I've replaced or swapped in/out every piece of hardware involved except for the one coax cable that runs from the drop on my roof to my cable modem. I have considered closing the loop and replacing that cable but I just find it hard to believe a coax cable would work 99% of the time and cut out randomly.
  5. Update. I changed the DNS a few weeks ago. I have been seeing less drops but they're still happening.
  6. I actually got some mild side effects this time. Woke up at 2 am with the chills and it lasted about 2 hours. Nothing terrible though.
  7. Make sure to tune in to Titans Report next week to find out which teams in the NFL have the top 5 janitorial services.
  8. abenjami

    Virus in US

    Seeing this at the end of the pandemic is the best part IMO. I'm enjoying watching people crack over not being able to live a good lifestyle while other people around the world literally struggle to put food in their mouths and can't read, etc. OMG put me in the looney bin because I haven't been able to go to a sports game or disneyland in a whole year! I also read today that syphilis has gone way up and was wondering if prostitution has somehow been thriving during a pandemic.
  9. abenjami

    Virus in US

    Well come on it was only a half million over a 12 month period. That's only like 40,000 per month.
  10. abenjami

    Virus in US

    How you got to that conclusion after what I said is mindboggling. I haven't said anything that could be remotely interpreted as, "the vaccine doesn't reduce transmission by any amount." I am not going by the CDC statement. I was just pointing out the CDC statement was contrary to what ILF stated.
  11. abenjami

    Virus in US

    I picked out one poster specifically because you said you didn't see anyone.
  12. abenjami

    Virus in US

    I guess you aren't reading @Titans279's posts then. He literally just said he thinks we've seen enough to say that there is going to be a large reduction in ability to transmit the virus once fully vaccinated, and it's looking highly unlikely that it'll be reduced by an inconsequential amount or by none at all. And I don't know where you're getting that from the CDC. Their official position (currently) includes this: "A growing body of evidence suggests that fully vaccinated people are less likely to have asymptomatic infection and potentially less likely to transmit
  13. abenjami

    Virus in US

    I meant to mention that as well in my post. Historically with vaccines, someone who is vaccinated against variant #1 can still become infected with and transmit variant #2, but never gets sick because the vaccine has some degree of protection from the other variant. It's called silent transmission.
  14. abenjami

    Virus in US

    What have you seen enough of to say there's going to be a large reduction to that degree? The majority of stuff I have read says initial studies look promising but are not conclusive.
  15. abenjami

    Virus in US

    And my point is that it has yet to be proven they covid vaccines are "highly" unlikely to do so. I'm optimistic the vaccines will substantially cut down the ability of vaccinated people to transmit but it's not for certain that will end up being reality. People who have been vaccinated against some other non-covid things (like the flu) can still spread those infections despite being vaccinated. Not to mention, anyone can spread the virus through physical transmission (such as shaking hands), vaccinated or not.
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