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corey

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  1. I considered getting sugar gliders as pets when I was a lot younger. What nobody likes to talk about with them is there is no such thing as potty training with them. They go where ever they are when ever they want. They also have the temprament of a monkey... cute and nasty all at the same time.
  2. Use outline.com to get around paywalls for various sites. Here's the link for this article. Pretty pictures. https://outline.com/FkwTAh cd.
  3. Look at who owns/manages each of those ramps. Municipal/regional gov't=closed. Private=open. For the most part.
  4. The MNR won't change any of their regulations due to this pandemic. The additional restrictions are from the 3 levels of gov't directly. The only ministry with input on the restrictions is health. The MNR will never give you a yes/no on a question about whether you can go other than whether you are within the season or not. This is akin to the Sunday hunting BS. The MNR will not make changes to any regulation to take municipal bylaws into consideration.
  5. Nice proprty for sure. Good luck with the hunting. I am sure you'll enjoy it and get some meat out of the deal too.
  6. Out of curiosity, was there paperwork you had to read & sign before getting the injection?
  7. If it's something you want, there should be no apprehension about it. While I will not be getting it, I also don't believe a lot of the claims of adverse affects. Sure, not everyone's system will take it like it's designed to work but for most people they will be fine in regards to immediate issues. I can tell you this, there is not a single drug out there that hasn't killed someone at some point yet we trust the majority of them. Keep in mind every other drug out there has gone through proper clinical trials as well. My biggest concern is what may happen in the 2-10 years after receiving this injection.
  8. Going to go to Dain City after work today to wet a line. Figure I'll start on Kingsway at Forks Rd and move south from there. A couple of quick questions: 1. What's the bottom like along that stretch? Short weeds, tall weeds, something else? 2. Not planning to use live bait, artificial only. Jigs on bottom, small cranks, something else? What's the popular methods for softwater shore fishing? Thanks guys. cd.
  9. I'm not missing the point at all. Regulatory approval is a serial process, not parallel. Each step of the way depends on the results from the last. How long have you worked in pharma and how many regulatory submissions have you been a part of? For me, a total of 8 years and dozens of submissions as well as 5 FDA audits and 2 HC audits. You're not going to convince me that these biologicals have gone through anything close to the standard process for safety.
  10. Have you ever been involved in clinical trials and understand what the regulatory submission requirements are for it? Maybe you are just going to ignore the 6, 12 & 24 months submissions. You realize every single one of these medications are officially classified as experimental and not actually approved right? You are part of phase 3 for an experimental drug and not an approved drug.
  11. Phase 3 clinical is a 3-5 year process in which monitoring of the subjects is performed. How did they do a 6, 12 & 24 month assessment after the injection in an 8 month period? Time machine maybe? edit to add: I was last involved in HC and FDA regulatory submissions in 2018, maybe things have changed in the last 2 years and nobody cares about mid to long term effects of injected biologicals anymore.
  12. So maybe people need to sue the manufacturer of the van that killed 10 people in Toronto now for not having smart technology to prevent a nutjob from using it as a weapon.
  13. The problem with the anti's is that they can't see beyond the death of the animal. They don't see the enormous amount of money that goes into wildlife management. They don't see the meat that trophy hunts provide for the villages in the area. They don't see the employment provided to many people along the way. The only way to even touch a subject like this is to broadcast nature being nature. If we were to broadcast pictures of animals attacking, killing and eating other animals, broadcast pictures of diseased animals due to overpopulation, broadcast pictures of animals churned up in the fields use to grow vegan food, any of them with a brain would see that trophy hunters aren't the worst thing to happen to animals. All the anti's live in an unreal dreamworld and refuse to see the truth.
  14. I can agree with a lot of this. What I disagree with is asymptomatic people. These are the people who are actually spreading it. Infection and transmission is going to happen for the first few weeks regardless of whether someone has symptoms or not. With the survival rate of 99.6% meaning that 4 people in 1000 will die from this, in my age group I am willing to take the risk. My hesitation on having the "vaccine" (which really is not a vaccine in the traditional sense) is that proper clinincal trials were never conducted. I have worked for 3 large pharmaceutical companies throughout my career and the average time to market for any drug is 8 years. Clinical trials occupy most of that time. Phase 3 which is the "testing on humans" phase is a 3 to 5 year process. How this "vaccine" got developed, tested and approved in 8 months means that shortcuts were taken. Now they want to mass inject people with biologicals that haven't gone through the standard testing that *every* other drug has been through? Not happening for this guy. edit to add: It's not actually programming your DNA. The goal of these mRNA injections would be to give your body the heads up on how to deal with it, similar to adding this years new words to your internal dictionary kinda. My hesitation is not with the actual payload, but with the delivery vessel itself. Without proper testing the long term effects could end up killing more people than covid itself.
  15. I don't want to argue either but mRNA based vaccines do not prevent anything. They simply teach the body how to suppress the symptoms. It's a false sense of security in that they are misleading people to think they are immune to covid by getting this injection.
  16. Smerch, there aren't any Canadian pharma companies big enough to develop and manufacture drugs like this. Each of these vaccines are uniquely different as every drug ends up patented. Even if a Canadian pharma company did come up with something chances are it wouldn't be manufactured here. I used to work for the largest Canadian pharma company and most of the active pharma ingredients were manufactured in India or China. What people need to realize is that these injections do not prevent people from being infected or transmitting Covid. The whole thought of "no travel without being vaccinated" is a scam, 100%. All of the manufacturers of these "vaccines" even say up front that it doesn't prevent infection which is why even after the shots you still need to wear a mask, disinfect and social distance. If the injections were true vaccines none of the existing precations would be neccessary after vaccination.
  17. Meanwhile the pics of big fish are ok... These anti-everything fun people are lunatics.
  18. When you say menu... that can mean a lot of things. Was it a favourites/bookmarks menu or was there something else in it. Let us know what content was there and we might be able to help you get one there. The thing to keep in mind with google isthat as much as you clear things out, google saves everything on their side.
  19. I vote for a shotgun with a slug. Go big or go home, even though you are home.
  20. If you use a pellet gun or .22 you are going to injure the coyote which will attract a hell of a lot more negative attention than a proper gun for this. Injuring an animal could possibly bring charges. Discharging an appropriate firearm may get a visit from the popo but they won't charge you. I wouldn't want to be the guy charged with animal cruelty because I injured an animal and it died in the someone's backyard across the street. Do as you wish but make sure you can put the animal down with a single shot.
  21. From what I understand a hut operator can rent "day huts" only with the requirement that there are less than 5 people (social gathering law) and that all the occupants need to reside in the same household.
  22. OK. Fishing is allowed, in fact it is explicitly listed as an allowed activity on the ontario.ca website. There are no travle restrictions. Nobody in gov't is going to risk violating our chart right to mobility. As individuals the only things we need to worry about is exceeding a social distancing limit, which at this time is 5. We also have to worry about being at a location/facility that is closed. Lastly we need to worry about municipal bylaws for anywhere we roam. All of the other restrictions are for business's not for individuals.
  23. So what's the difference between me staying at home, or driving my truck to a parking lots, pulling my gear on to the ice and fishing for a few hours then returning home in terms of spread of the virus. It's and easy answer... nothing. Social distancing is the intent of this bylaw, not locking people in their houses. The complete intent of this is to keep people as separated as possible. You may feel like staying in your house is the best way to stay separated. For me it's to not be close to anybody else. Whether it be in my house or on the middle of a frozen lake, you got to keep em separated.
  24. There's no travel bans at all. You can drive to James Bay without breaking any laws. The only laws we need concern ourselves with are the social gathering laws and any municipal bylaws for whee we are. It has been explicitely stated by the Ontario Gov't that fishing is allowed, provided you follow the social gathering requirements.
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