turanian_552 [S] 1 point ago

re: India

The National Task Force for COVID-19, constituted by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), on Monday recommended the use of hydroxy-chloroquine for preventive treatment of healthcare workers and individuals in close contact of coronavirus patients.


turanian_552 [S] 3 points ago

Wow, maybe Mexico will build a wall.

turanian_552 [S] 56 points ago

Cleese is a bitter old man. An anon summed it up recently:


turanian_552 [S] 2 points ago

FYI, Maryland Shall Issue is our state-level gun rights organization. If you live in Maryland and want to preserve (or just discovered!) the importance of the 2nd Amendment, consider joining up.


turanian_552 [S] 9 points ago

PBS made sense when I was in grade school (1960's) and they aired history, art, and nature documentaries that would get little airtime on broadcast TV.

That era ended with cable TV and the Internet. PBS needs to be cut off from the government teat.

turanian_552 [S] 8 points ago

Thank You for posting the archived twat before the bitch deletes it. You're doing Kek's work.

BTW, the top reply captured by the archive is perfect.

turanian_552 [S] 16 points ago

Very glad to hear that! Hydroxychloroquine has been around since the 1950's (chloroquine since the 1930's), so the side effects and drug interactions should be very well known.

turanian_552 [S] 3 points ago

Chloroquine -- 1934

Hydroxychloroquine -- 1955

Side effects are very well known. The worst seems to be retinopathy (with chronic use); patients under treatment can be screened for this.

Leftists don't want a cure. They want mayhem and disaster. They want society to completely crumble, believing they can rebuild a rainbows-and-unicorns socialist paradise.

turanian_552 [S] 9 points ago

Toilet paper hoarders can stick it up their asses. Literally.

turanian_552 [S] 19 points ago

A room full of screeching cunts. The absolute state of news media.

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