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Technology / Re: Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals
« Last post by momopi on Today at 09:36:50 AM »
Only item I ordered during Black Friday sale was Samsung SSD's.

Samsung SSD's are sold at premium, but the data migration software is easy to use:
https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/download/tools/

(This is irreverent if you don't need to clone the old HDD).
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Economy & Finance / Re: Stock picks
« Last post by momopi on Today at 09:30:21 AM »
Setting limit orders for FB at $300 and under.
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Irvine Pacific is currently using Falsken Water System products for whole house water conditioner, water softener, and undersink RO system.

https://falskenwatersystems.com/

Anyone have experience with them?

I've only had the Heater Treater (https://falskenwatersystems.com/heater-treater/) from them and that worked fine for when I didn't have softened water.
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Health & Fitness / Re: coronavirus
« Last post by morekaos on Today at 08:46:03 AM »

Moreliar, stop spreading vaccine misinformation. And akula, stop being a moron. Doctors are saying that the vaccine helps prevent spreading COVID, not 100% prevents it. And as long as there are a bunch of unvaccinated morons, it makes the job of the vaccine a lot harder.

So exactly which part of that report was a lie?

https://rumble.com/embed/vl2old/?pub=4
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Health & Fitness / Re: coronavirus
« Last post by nosuchreality on Today at 08:22:14 AM »
The USA has administered 462,000,000 vaccine doses.  How many have died from them?
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Health & Fitness / Re: coronavirus
« Last post by akula1488 on Today at 07:28:31 AM »
3% of vaccine injuries are fatal. This is from FDA and Pfizer based on a 90 day study when the vaccine just rolled out, information that was released at end of Nov that FDA want to lock up for 55 years. The chance of vaccine injury is not zero. This is not mis information.
And according to a Pfizer board member, their vaccine doesn't cause death others do. Does that mean overall vaccine has a higher fatality rate?

These are facts that ones can easily verify. I am wondering why Calbears refuse to see facts and promote vaccinate mandate for everyone. Is he so scared of Coronavirus that not only he triple jab himself wearing triple masks staying at his tiny apartment watching MSNBC and CNN and cursing at moderate and right wingers by blaming them for his inability to afford a new house in Irvine and watching the price keeps going up?
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Irvine Pacific is currently using Falsken Water System products for whole house water conditioner, water softener, and undersink RO system.

https://falskenwatersystems.com/

Anyone have experience with them?

You mean that's part of their upgrade options?
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cnbc: U.S. Covid vaccinations spike as several states confirm omicron cases

Nearly 2.2 million vaccine doses were reported administered for a 24-hour period ended Thursday, CDC data shows.

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/03/us-covid-vaccinations-spike-as-several-states-confirm-omicron-cases.html
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Health & Fitness / Re: coronavirus
« Last post by eyephone on Today at 12:24:23 AM »
Forbes article: Nearly All States Have At Least 70% Of Hospital And ICU Beds Occupied (date 12/5/21)

Nearly all U.S. states have at least 70% of their hospital and intensive care unit beds occupied and could face hospital constraints if coronavirus cases continue to surge amid the spread of the delta variant and new omicron variant.

There are 611,917 (78.7%) hospital beds and 65,226 (79.3.%) intensive care units occupied in the U.S., with Covid-19 patients occupying 59,579 (7.75%) of hospital beds and 13,736 (17.53%) of ICU beds, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.

Rhode Island has the lowest statewide hospital capacity in the nation with 87.97% of its hospital beds in use, though only about 7% are occupied by Covid-19 patients.

Massachusetts, which last week recorded its highest count of Covid-19 cases since January, is right behind with 87.63% of its hospital beds in use, and multiple hospitals have reported their ICUs are completely full.

Seventeen other states — many of which have seen a spike in coronavirus cases —  have more than 80% of hospital beds occupied: Pennsylvania (86.86%), West Virginia (85.08%), Michigan (84.95%), Missouri (84.71%), Maryland (84.46%) Washington (83.47%), Georgia (83.24%), New York (82.73%), Minnesota (82.71%), New Hampshire (82.21%), Connecticut (81.42%), North Dakota (81.25%), Nebraska (80.94%), Ohio (80.63%), Oregon (80.60%), Nevada (80.57%) and Arizona (80%).

New Hampshire and New Mexico, which both had a high average rate of Covid-19 cases over the past week, lead the country in the percentage of ICU beds occupied by Covid-19 patients, with 44.34% and 40.36%, respectively.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kimberleespeakman/2021/12/05/nearly-all-states-have-at-least-70-of-hospital-and-icu-beds-occupied/

Another spike?
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Irvine Pacific is currently using Falsken Water System products for whole house water conditioner, water softener, and undersink RO system.

https://falskenwatersystems.com/

Anyone have experience with them?
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