Chris Lynch's slanted view on sports, politics and entertainment.
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Stuff I found interesting or amusing and thought I'd share.
- Interesting potential wrinkle to the Aaron Rodgers saga in Green Bay
- Very Cool
- Marc Andreessen: Technology Saves the World
- Personally I think the fear of the "Great Resignation" may be a tad overblown
- Matt Taibbi: Ivermectin - Can a Drug be "Right-Wing"?
- Strange times we live in
Not related to your post, but thought you'd get a laugh out of this. A racist clown on ESPN tried to dump on Boston by congratulating the Celtics for hiring their first black coach. Ummmm, Bill Russell and several others might want to reach out to Williams. https://www.mrctv.org/blog/race-blunders-espn-basketball-analysts-caught-blatant-lies-0
Matt Taibbi is an excellent writer. His article is well done.Trouble is, the CDC will not approve a treatment that is effective because that would end the Emergency Use Authorization that compels the experiment with vaccines. Look at the number of people whose Vaccine Adverse Effect Report from VAERS website is death. I believe it is over 5,000 as of now. I doubt that Ivermectin has killed anyone.Do you think that the CDC and Fauci will admit to killing 5,000 people and say, hey, let's try a different approach now?
Bill - I saw that. Bill Russell was the first black head coach in the NBA and off the top of my head we also had Satch Sanders, KC Jones, ML Carr and Doc Rivers. No team has been more progressive with their coaching hires.Those VAERS stats are eye-opening. I can see why they are not more widely publicized.