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Spike Killer

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  1. If we're highlighting wins from around the world - I think we should start with UFC 261 Winning! With Texas and Nevada opening up soon, which will hopefully domino to other states, who knows what's possible?
  2. Have you tried ExpressVPN? I've had good luck with it to watch HBO Max (ignoring any difficultly in paying for it if you need a valid US address)
  3. I recall listening to the Boston/Albany radio promo with the Chinese Democracy and Madagascar snippets over and over and just imagining what the rest of the album would sound like. I can't find it online and it's entirely possible it's a sped up and modified version of leaks out there. From my memory the radio promo doesn't sound like any of the leaks I've heard so far. Have the base tracks for the radio snippet been leaked?
  4. Everything. You cited rising numbers and I'm saying, "so what." Numbers without context are meaningless.
  5. I thought his appearance in Grand Theft Auto San Andreas was a lot of fun. Maybe something for GTA6?
  6. Videos like this make me glad the internet exists.
  7. That's a bummer. I'd still prioritize protecting the vulnerable all the same. ZoSo Rose, are you a Led Zeppelin fan and a Guns N' Roses fan? If so, I started my musical fan journey with Led Zeppelin and then found GNR.
  8. And? Are the bodies piling in the streets? Are hospital beds filled beyond capacity to handle to surge of gravely stricken patients? So what? And I quote "The researchers found that the age-specific infection fatality rate was extremely low among children and young adults, measuring 0.002% at age 10 and 0.01% at 25. However, the rate progressively increased with age, growing from 0.4% at 55 to around 15% at 85." https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19/89750 Why not protect the vulnerable and have everyone else monitor their own health (don't be fat). I recommend unsubscribing from the panic porn you seem to enjoy
  9. I did and I'm glad you mentioned that. Everything I've read is that the Covid vaccine will be an annual shot like the Flu vaccine every year. https://www.sciencefocus.com/news/coronavirus-not-going-to-be-a-disease-like-smallpox-which-could-be-eradicated-by-vaccination/ “This is a virus that is going to be with us forever in some form or another and almost certainly will require repeated vaccinations,” he said. “So, a bit like flu, people will need re-vaccination at regular intervals.” I mentioned you might as well solve food hunger. If certain developing countries can't keep it's population feed, how can it be expected to keep vaccinating their entire population every year? One time deal, I can see that happening. But the countries wouldn't be third world, or developing, if it functioned like the developed world. Great suggestion.
  10. All of it seem amusing to me. The two of you seem a bit on the crazy side of things. Global vaccination seems like an ambitious goal. Let's solve world hunger while we're at it. I'm sure there are some countries that would be happy to have billions of other people's money in "aid" to make that remotely feasible. Here's an inspiration quote for the day; http://img.picturequotes.com/2/474/473316/foreign-aid-is-taking-money-from-the-poor-people-of-a-rich-country-and-giving-it-to-the-rich-people-quote-1.jpg
  11. I'm not saying it did him in at all. I don't think the Fox and Friends did either but let's go with the narrative. I don't care. I've seen less evidence contribute to the Covid-19 death statistics. I swear not all my jokes involve making light of the past year. I'm not positive though. I'm with you brother. That's not my call. You'll have to bark up another tree.
  12. Which part is most bonkers? "A Fox & Friends host linked Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to the death of Prince Philip just minutes after the announcement by Buckingham Palace, saying their recent public comments had “evidently” added to the 99-year-old’s “stress”. Between the accusations brought up in the interview (don't ask, I didn't watch it), I can see how that might cause a person additional unwelcome stress, which certainly didn't improve his health. Seems like a reasonable conclusion https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/fox-and-friends-prince-phillip-b1829096.html I'm sure hearing a non-Brit talk about Brit business is about as welcome as a Canadian talk about America (it's not, Canada can fuck off)- so I'll just leave it at that.
  13. I hope Spring/Early summer tours look like this, even after declared pandemic period is over. I'd take a concert in this environment (as long as weather holds up) over any cramped theatre any day of the week. That looks like a lot of fun I've seen variations of that using parking lots (drive in concert) but I haven't see a picture that focused solely on the audience like this one.
  14. Again, more insults and bringing up topics that have nothing to do with Covid-19 or Guns N' Roses. What's boring is responding to trolls like you. Your posts are trash. God bless. No matter what songs the band plays, I hope they play them well. Songs are key, but strong performances seem even more important. There is likely nothing the band can play that we haven't heard at some point (minus new songs of course). Still optimistic the North American tour happens at least in part.
  15. Can you imagine though what would happen the first time Paradise City wasn't the last song played? I'm sure there's more than just me that like to skate out while the last song is in progress to beat the traffic (1 minute vs 60+ to get out). It would be a mega bummer to miss the majority of the show.
  16. Did you read any of the articles? Geez person on the internet. You seem to be pure troll trash and as I much as I want to drag this on with you, you bore me. Either say something substantial or don't. Either way, you've proved you have nothing to contribute. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33215698/ + There is uncertainty about the effects of face masks. The low-moderate certainty of the evidence means our confidence in the effect estimate is limited, and that the true effect may be different from the observed estimate of the effect. + There were no clear differences between the use of medical/surgical masks compared with N95/P2 respirators in healthcare workers when used in routine care to reduce respiratory viral infection. Hand hygiene is likely to modestly reduce the burden of respiratory illness. Harms associated with physical interventions were under-investigated. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33249484/ + Five identified studies found a low proportion of reported global SARS-CoV-2 infections occurred outdoors (<10%) and the odds of indoor transmission was very high compared to outdoors (18.7 times; 95% confidence interval, 6.0-57.9). + Existing evidence supports the wide-held belief that risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission is lower outdoors but there are significant gaps in our understanding of specific pathways. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33479261/ + The results indicate that a low 25(OH)D concentration is a contributing factor to COVID-19 severity, which, combined with previous studies, provides a convincing set of evidence. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33049331/ + COVID-19 patients with mild-to-moderate illness are highly unlikely to be infectious beyond 10 days of symptoms.
  17. I don't understand the need for insults and brining up completely unrelated topics (lizard people, flat earth, all that). It's sad for me to see that people are completely comfortable believing whatever their government tells them without question. Money talks and when the poor have gotten poorer and the rich have only gotten richer during this time, I believe it's healthy to have some skepticism. There seems to be a (hopefully) small amount of people that would be satisfied with a perpetual lockdown. Why should I have much faith in government to begin with and organizations that have provided wildly inaccurate guidance, and write conclusions, that aren't supported by data? Covid-19 is dangerous. But it would be useful data to know that the majority of deaths were in the old and people with pre-existing health conditions. Why not prioritize and protect them? 80% of all people that died from Covid-19 were obese. That should be worth talking about. Life is about risk management. I'm sure the people that haven't worked in months or the entire year would be happy This topic is boring. I'd rather talk Guns N' Roses.
  18. I haven't been to a concert in a long time and I haven't seen GNR in even longer. I'd be pleasantly surprised for a new setlist but wouldn't complain too much fi they played the same songs as I heard before
  19. Huh? What are you trying to say? Do you really think Guns N' Roses can sell 100% of the seats available in a stadium? Is that how we can tie it all together. But seriously. Can you repeat that?
  20. Why salty? Let's start here, https://www.axios.com/bmi-obesity-severe-risk-factors-covid-19-cdc-063fb142-234c-4654-98b1-de357fb8df87.html https://www.cdc.gov/obesity/data/obesity-and-covid-19.html Any health organization that advocates for masks, distancing, and keeping business shut down (arguable more impactful than COVID-19 over time), that doesn't address the obesity pandemic and how it's impacted death rates in modern countries - is not really taking the pandemic seriously. Why not start there? Encourage healthy life styles and make people provide they are not overweight or underweight. Have fitness passports and periodic fitness exams - and you can get your passport to normal life. "Distance yourself from too much food, not exercise or normal life." - Things like that. Speaking of Guns N' Roses. I'm cautiously optimistic that the North American shows will happen, at least in some cities. Let's hope GNR have a spine.
  21. So you have no proof? My internet's acting up but I'd be happy to point out plenty of articles that support no widespread transmission outdoors. Why are you not required to support your paranoia with facts?
  22. Why is that? What's ridiculous about that statement. Don't you trust science? Please elaborate.
  23. Fernando Lebeis was released from management duties and promoted to full time band member, replacing Tracy and Roberta "I've been working with Fernando for too long to remember." - Axl told Rolling Stone reporter recently. "So many of my decisions over the last thirty years has been solely through divine inspiration. My sock drawer used to be a mess. One day, I saw young Fernando putting together pairs of socks and sort the drawer by athletic and dress socks. I knew right then if you could manage a sock drawer, you could manage Guns N' Roses. Like my matching socks, Fernando and GNR was a match made in heaven and cotton." - Axl Rose "It was only recently, since the pandemic, that I found out what a lovely voice he has. My normal hairdresser went out of business but I desperately needed someone to braid my hair. Fernando readily volunteered. As he was deliciated touching my head and massaging my scalp, he kept whispering in my ear." Axl explain, pausing to reflect on the emotions of the day. Axl was clearly very emotional about the incident but continued. "His whispering, in that sultry accent that only people that speak English as a second language can do, really got to me. I said to Fernando. Bro, you have the ASMR voice of an angel. How would you like to replace Tracey and Roberta in the band - I said" - Axl "Fortunately for GNR and fans worldwide, he agreed." - Axl Axl further stated that he had been looking to add Fernando to GNR for a while. Axl initially thought he would make a perfect addition to the band as the new brass section for a remixed "Move to the City" brass section but it didn't work out. When asked the reason it didn't work out, Axl simply said his blowing wasn't up to Axl standards but declined to elaborate further.
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