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  1. References? I love checking references.
  2. Again, let's dig into your reference. The report is misquoted, it actually says "Although 25% of ambulatory patients experience an adverse drug event, less than 0.3% of all adverse drug events and 1-13% of serious events are reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Likewise, fewer than 1% of vaccine adverse events are reported." I had an adverse event from my jab: a slighty sore arm. So, I am one of the 99% of un-reported adverse events, but I would not classify my ouchy arm as an injury. The only part of the report specifically addressing VAERS is as follows: "The goal
  3. Not really. He countered with a very detailed article written by a scientist. But, since there are many who start twitching at the mention of that word, let's look at VAERS ourselves and see what our less qualified minds come up with: A. VAERS itself carries several disclaimers regarding its usefulness as a data source for determining causality. Absolutely anyone at all can submit a report, and it will show up there immediately (kind of like this forum, but without moderators). It is the rawest of raw data. B. Let's ignore that though and assume that every report of death in VA
  4. OK, I bit. I looked at the data for the countries past 75% vaccination rates, namely Gibraltar, Malta, UAE, Portugal, Singapore, Qatar, and Cayman Islands. All of them are doing very well. Of the ones mentioned above that are actually ahead of Canada at 69.3%, Gibraltar's case rates are dropping and deaths are virtually zero, same for Iceland. The rest listed above are behind Canada on vaccination rates. Notably, a cursory look at other countries with large populations that are ahead of Canada, such as Spain and Denmark with 74% vax rates show dropping case rates and death rate
  5. Afternoon all, Just wondering if anyone knows of a way I can get an FAA instrument proficiency check done in BC? Need to have one to get my instrument rating Canadianised. Any FAA rated instructors around Okanagan to Lower Mainland? Not really feeling the vibe for a trip across the border right now.... Cheers, Grug
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