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  1. They basically fell into the same problem other...

    They basically fell into the same problem other co-ops get into when they want to get bigger.

    Mistake the benefits of the co-op for good fundamentals, then see the co-op aspects as a hindrance....
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    Poll: NACI is part of Health Canada. The approval...

    NACI is part of Health Canada.

    The approval is emergency use authorization, which comes with changes to recommendations that come from the NACI.
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    Still far from the worst thing to come out of...

    Still far from the worst thing to come out of Kelowna

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    Poll: We aren't getting doses in arms fast enough to...

    We aren't getting doses in arms fast enough to keep up with supply. There's nothing to feel guilty about, particularly with the risk profiles changing with the variants.

    We're at the point where...
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    Poll: Seems topical: 1381952272913948679

    Seems topical:

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    Poll: That and the clotting issue seems to be most...

    That and the clotting issue seems to be most prevalent (in J&J might be exclusively prevalent) in younger women on birth control, which also has blood clotting risks. So a compounding of side effects...
  7. I'd put the over/under on the percent of these...

    I'd put the over/under on the percent of these people who supported Bill 1 at about 99.5, adding to the irony of it all.
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    Still a bargain compared to what senile ol' Ray...

    Still a bargain compared to what senile ol' Ray will be taking home in transition pay after doing a bang up job of not remembering what he was approving.
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    Poll: They’ll hold off on any educators until a school...

    They’ll hold off on any educators until a school board agrees to teach second graders about Charlemagne’s influence on Early Middle Ages Europe as part of the curriculum pilot.
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    Poll: For whatever reason only this broad and loose...

    For whatever reason only this broad and loose grouping of healthcare workers were included in the 2C phase. If they are going off the 'recommendations of expert panels' then teachers and grocery...
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    Poll: Here's the complete list. We'll blow through this...

    Here's the complete list. We'll blow through this phase pretty damn quick. If naturopaths can qualify as healthcare workers, I guess this pretty much counts as opening up to everybody anyway.
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    Poll: Former would be very good. He’ll, the average...

    Former would be very good. He’ll, the average between the two would be very good.
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    Poll: Good news: Canada unofficially hit the 300,000...

    Good news: Canada unofficially hit the 300,000 doses/day mark (Manitoba's daily numbers aren't really reliable and neither are BCs really, but let's take it for the milestone), and the total daily...
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    Poll: For the downtown workers, the Shoppers in the...

    For the downtown workers, the Shoppers in the Core is looking for arms:

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    Poll: Moderna had the messed up delivery (a plane...

    Moderna had the messed up delivery (a plane issue, then a QA issue) that held things up. Combined with it's biweekly delivery schedule (as opposed to Pfizer's weekly) seeing it spike then drop off in...
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    Poll: BC's reporting schedule has been really weird....

    BC's reporting schedule has been really weird. Not reporting on weekends (Sundays?) then kind of including some but not all then shifting them around as places report in later.

    The UK is facing...
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    Poll: Another 120,000 slated for next week, 250,000 the...

    Another 120,000 slated for next week, 250,000 the week after that, and then 120,000 again. So 450K doses now, another 490K slated to come by the start of May. They're still insisting we'll see a J&J...
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    I agree, the personal responsibility approach is...

    I agree, the personal responsibility approach is deeply flawed for a societal problem such as this and government intervention is needed in such circumstances to manage those shortcomings.


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    Poll: Sanofi's made a deal with BioNtech (and Pfizer)...

    Sanofi's made a deal with BioNtech (and Pfizer) to produce vaccine in January, but don't expect any doses until the summer. Same with J&J.

    Off hand I would guess AZ because they were always built...
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    I'm not congratulating them on anything. The...

    I'm not congratulating them on anything.

    The provinces knew the vaccine delivery schedule. Some pretended like they didn't to placate to their base and draw attention away from themselves. The...
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    Makes the policies surrounding re-opening that...

    Makes the policies surrounding re-opening that much dumber. Whatever one's criticisms of the vaccine delivery schedule, it is still at a faster pace than anybody was expecting or planning for. Aiming...
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    No, it's not. We have more vaccine than...

    No, it's not.

    We have more vaccine than anybody thought we would two months ago,more than they thought it would be a month ago. Cases are rising as a result of lack of planning and enforcement of...
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    It was the end of the "sprawl subsidy" that was...

    It was the end of the "sprawl subsidy" that was notable. Pre-2011 the city covered the construction of new infrastructure to service new neighborhoods. Between 2011 and 2015 levies covered 50% and...
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    Farkas and Gondek. Both are pro-developer,...

    Farkas and Gondek.


    Both are pro-developer, pro-spending money candidates. One pretends they aren't but still votes that way, the other doesn't promote it but also votes that way.
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    It's basically the tradeoff in actually...

    It's basically the tradeoff in actually activating the number of beds.

    Like in November/December, it had to come by transferring staff from things like neurology and cardiovascular surgeries...
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    For somebody like Rempel, yes. She has a job for...

    For somebody like Rempel, yes. She has a job for life being the MP representing Oklahoma. Just drink wine, spew whatever gets the base going, get donations for the party ensuring she'll never get...
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    They way they measure wait times is definitely...

    They way they measure wait times is definitely driving by and counting smokers outside. Not how long one actually has to wait whether for emergency or other services.
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    If the party forms a government, he'd be made a...

    If the party forms a government, he'd be made a cabinet minister, which would bring policy influence and be a nice raise on being mayor. The low end risk is only getting paid slightly less than being...
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    Originally I wasn't, but with the variants...

    Originally I wasn't, but with the variants changing the risk factors I don't think it would really matter anymore. I don't have a problem with the setup currently either provided they get 30,000+...
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    Ontario is sitting on a million and a half doses...

    Ontario is sitting on a million and a half doses when Ford said this. They need to double pokes tomorrow and stay there for the rest of the month just to keep up with deliveries

    In February Canada...
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    The only thing that would stop Larry from running...

    The only thing that would stop Larry from running in an election is the Rapture.
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    Pretty sure the only people who thought he was...

    Pretty sure the only people who thought he was running again were the people Chandler and his cronies were able to dupe donations out of.
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    Poll: Have 370,000 doses ready to go into arms, 120,000...

    Have 370,000 doses ready to go into arms, 120,000 more coming next week, 250,000 the week after that, another 120,000 the week after that. Need to average ~35,000/day for the rest of April to keep up.
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    Easy to stand up to 6 Nazis when you march with...

    Easy to stand up to 6 Nazis when you march with hundreds of the Tiki Torch crowd on a regular basis.

    https://edmonton.citynews.ca/wp-content/blogs.dir/sites/15/2021/02/CGY-protst2-1024x536.png
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    The fault is obviously with Ontario and Quebec,...

    The fault is obviously with Ontario and Quebec, because when one can always point to Ontario and Quebec, they never have to look at any fault of their own.
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    Not my rules, ask Buster. It was bought in...

    Not my rules, ask Buster.

    It was bought in the past, when traditional things like future cash flows were acceptable to the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. But not anymore, for some reason.

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    This sounds like overall economic benefit from...

    This sounds like overall economic benefit from the past, and not the new, direct colonial style benefit that Ontario and Quebec DIRECTLY need to allow it to happen that popped up in the past three...
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    Atmosphere conditions changed in the atmosphere...

    Atmosphere conditions changed in the atmosphere to cause the Rayleigh scattering of light particles to go from orange to blue.

    What were the conditions that changed that now, and not in the past,...
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    Why didn't these conditions exist in the past and...

    Why didn't these conditions exist in the past and what changed to make them exist in the future?
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    What was the direct benefit to Ontario and Quebec...

    What was the direct benefit to Ontario and Quebec for purchasing and building TMX that doesn't also exist for Northern Gateway?
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