Sunday, March 1, 2020

An Interesting Shot: Mekong Delta - Mytho 1971

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New England Journal of Medicine: Scientific Study Reports NO CASES of Coronavirus in Children Under Age 15 in Test Study

Via Billy

The New England Journal of Medicine published a report by Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., H. Clifford Lane, M.D., and Robert R. Redfield, M.D. The authors are from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD (A.S.F., H.C.L.); and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta (R.R.R.).

Dr. Fauci is on President Trump’s committee on coronavirus.

The article was published on Friday, February 28, 2020.

In the article the three experts on contagious disease report that there has been no known cases of Covid-19 in children under the age of 15.

Virginia Flaggers 52" x 52" Square (Infantry) ANV Battle Flags. Just $16 each (A Steal)

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Now available at the Virginia Flaggers online store. 52" x 52" Square (Infantry) Army of Northern Virginia Battle Flags. Durable 100D polyester with extra sewing on the fly end. Just $16 each and shipping is always FREE. Order yours here and help support the Virginia Flaggers Roadside Memorial Battle Flag and monument defense projects 

Watch: Caravans of Cuban-Americans Protest Bernie Sanders and Rally for Donald Trump

It was a pleasure to participate in “La Caravana por la Libertad” in a protest against the Cuban dictatorship and their continuous violations of human rights. A big shoutout to Alexander Otaola for organizing such an amazing event! ¡Viva Cuba Libre! 🇺🇸🇨🇺

Caravans of Cuban-Americans rallied in support of President Donald Trump on Saturday after Sen. Bernie Sanders defended Cuban dictator Fidel Castro’s policies.

Photos and videos emerged on social media in Miami featuring long lines of cars and trucks flying Cuban and American flags and honking their horns. Others wore MAGA hats and waved Trump 2020 flags to show their support of the president.

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The most dangerous thing about coronavirus is the hysteria. It is the latest phenomenon to fulfil our weird and growing appetite for doom

Via John

..But there are already strong signs that it has peaked. In the seven days before 24 February, the WHO recorded 6,398 new infections in China — down from 13,002 the previous week. On Monday it was 415. Very soon we are going to have to find another thing to agonise about. Asteroids? The next ‘freak’ weather incident, now the storms have died down? Who knows, but we will certainly find something.
I you  just cancelled your trip to Venice and ordered your £19.99 surgical face mask from Amazon, how about this for a terrifying vision: by the time we get to April, 50,000 Britons will have succumbed to a combination of infectious disease and adverse weather. Frightened? If you are, don’t worry: you survived. It was two years ago. In 2017-18 the Office for National Statistics recorded 50,100 ‘excess winter deaths’. The explanation, according to the ONS, was probably ‘the predominant strain of flu, the effectiveness of the influenza vaccine, and below average winter temperatures’.

War on Boys

Via Cousin Jonan

Major Nguyễn Qúy An: Distinguished Flying Cross and Silver Star.

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Nguyễn Qúy An (born January 18, 1943) is a former Major in the Republic of Vietnam Air Force who risked his life to rescue four Americans in a downed chopper while he was on a different mission. For his actions he was awarded the United States Distinguished Flying Cross and Silver Star. In a subsequent combat mission he lost both of his arms when his helicopter was shot down during a combat mission.

In 1962 An graduated from high school in Saigon. He served as a helicopter pilot in the Republic of Vietnam Air Force from 1963 to 1974, and received some of his training at Fort Rucker, Alabama and Fort Wolters, Texas. He flew numerous combat missions in support of American and South Vietnamese troops in Vietnam. He made three attempts to escape Vietnam, but was apprehended each time and imprisoned.[1]