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    There's a post today on facebook group Tijuana insider. A black guy was killed the sister said Halloween night or the next day either in HK or outside. Killed by his friend though she's saying. But she's looking for information as doesn't believe it. Anyone with info to tell her should look at Tijuana insider group on Facebook. He was staying at HK hotel.

  2. #3184

    Sam Houston and the battle of San Jacinto

    Sam Houston and his 800 militias defeated the Mexican army, about 1500 troops with cavalry and artillery, under General Antonio López de Santa Anna in a fight that lasted only 18 minutes. Santa Anna was still in his underwear screwing some girls in his tent when Sam Houston assaulted his camp and routed his troop.

    Texans are very tough people, but the girls are very beautiful, nice, sweet, proper.

    https://www.history.com/topics/mexic...of-san-jacinto

    On April 21, 1836, during Texas' war for independence from Mexico, the Texas militia under Sam Houston (1793-1863) launched a surprise attack against the forces of Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna (1794-1876) at the Battle of San Jacinto, near present-day Houston, Texas. The Mexicans were thoroughly routed, and hundreds were taken prisoner, including Santa Anna. In exchange for his freedom, Santa Anna signed a treaty recognizing Texas' independence.

  3. #3183

    Texans

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    I knew a few Texans in the US government years ago. They were a bunch of horny guys, always talked about who's hot, who's not among the federal workers, and who got their hands on whom how many times.

    I understand bible-thumping Texans drove Lyndon be Johnson to commit massive ground troops into the long and bloody Vietnam war. Texas oil men gave suitcases full of $500 to Howard hunt and G Gordon Liddy to carry back to Richard Nixon to buy congress votes to continue that war, apparently just to punish the Godless Communists.

    Texas oilmen were spearheaded by George Bush Jr. To start the war in Irag to secure the oil supplies. Then Sec of Defense was Dick Cheney, and executive of oil service firm Halliburton.

    While Texas girls are some of the nicest, sweetest, prettiest, I do have the impressions Texan are meaner and more extreme than mainstream America. Do you know why the Feds usually convene grand juries to arrest and prosecute major cases without precedents like Backpage? Yep. It's because Texas grand juries a far more likely to indict suspects than other less extreme states.
    Well they stole Texas from Mexico after being invited to homestead it by them LOL. Only in America!

  4. #3182

    Too Many Texans

    I knew a few Texans in the US government years ago. They were a bunch of horny guys, always talked about who's hot, who's not among the federal workers, and who got their hands on whom how many times.

    I understand bible-thumping Texans drove Lyndon be Johnson to commit massive ground troops into the long and bloody Vietnam war. Texas oil men gave suitcases full of $500 to Howard hunt and G Gordon Liddy to carry back to Richard Nixon to buy congress votes to continue that war, apparently just to punish the Godless Communists.

    Texas oilmen were spearheaded by George Bush Jr. To start the war in Irag to secure the oil supplies. Then Sec of Defense was Dick Cheney, and executive of oil service firm Halliburton.

    While Texas girls are some of the nicest, sweetest, prettiest, I do have the impressions Texan are meaner and more extreme than mainstream America. Do you know why the Feds usually convene grand juries to arrest and prosecute major cases without precedents like Backpage? Yep. It's because Texas grand juries a far more likely to indict suspects than other less extreme states.

  5. #3181

    Too Many Texans

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Texas is ramping up sex sting with the new felony prostitution law.

    ...
    I'm all in favor of discouraging Texans from having sex. There's already too many Texans in this world.

    (ducking and running).

  6. #3180
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Texas is ramping up sex sting with the new felony prostitution law.

    They are catching a few of their own engaging in it. Soon most PD officers may be arrested.

    https://www.ketk.com/news/crime-publ...itution-sting/

    BrenShavia Jordan Posted: Oct 13,2021 / 09:15 AM CDT / Updated: Oct 13,2021 / 09:15 AM CDT.

    McLennan county, Texas The McLennan County Sherriff's Department held a press conference Monday in relation to the 15 arrests made by the Human Trafficking Unit.

    7 men arrested in Smith County prostitution sting Two of the people arrested are former officers.

    The McLennan County Sherriff's Department made all those arrests in just five days during a statewide effort with the office of the Attorney General and Texas DPS...
    Yeah, but big whoop! Whining about the USA Not having legal P4P in the US, is like whining about woketards in Cali, a waste of time. The reality is the people have spoken from there its up to you whether you want to live with it or not. I, and many other expats, could just as easily say the same thing about Thailand as in if only drugs were decriminalized, but they aren't and won't be any time soon. If you really need available working girls I'd suggest work on finding an occupation that allows you to live abroad like I did (almost 8 years now). Even while living abroad I lived in a couple spots where P4P wasn't good and I didn't stay there very long (S. Korea and Taiwan), simple as that. I do admit that with the US economy tanking and labor shortages going back to the states is somewhat enticing monetarily, not to mention great MJ and craft brews, but that also means dealing with woketards and having to actually put forth effort to bed even a fatty so at the end of the day its not worth the hit I'd take in quality of lifestyle. No place is perfect, you have to pick your battles. Just like with anything else.

  7. #3179

    Texas arrested 15 men in prostitution-sting

    Texas is ramping up sex sting with the new felony prostitution law.

    They are catching a few of their own engaging in it. Soon most PD officers may be arrested.

    https://www.ketk.com/news/crime-publ...itution-sting/

    BrenShavia Jordan Posted: Oct 13,2021 / 09:15 AM CDT / Updated: Oct 13,2021 / 09:15 AM CDT.

    McLennan county, Texas – The McLennan County Sherriff's Department held a press conference Monday in relation to the 15 arrests made by the Human Trafficking Unit.

    7 men arrested in Smith County prostitution sting Two of the people arrested are former officers.

    The McLennan County Sherriff's Department made all those arrests in just five days during a statewide effort with the office of the Attorney General and Texas DPS.

    McLennan County Sherriff Parnell McNamara says they had the highest numbers of arrest made in the statewide effort.

    "Houston had 14 individuals arrested," McNamara said. "So you have a city between two and a half and three million people that arrested less than McLennan County did."

    As of September 1st, soliciting prostitution is now a state felony – making Texas the first state in the country to prioritize human trafficking this way.

    "As of September 1st, buying sex is a felony. It's a very serious offense now, and no longer a misdemeanor," McNamara said.

    Between October 4 and October 8, the McLennan County Sheriff's Office's Human Tracking Unit conducted a sex buyer operation online – leading to the arrest of 15 men.

    8 arrested in Smith County undercover online prostitution sting.

    Two of the men are former law enforcement – Officers Michael Bellis, with the Garland City Marshalls Office, and Willy Lopez, with Waco PD.

    "Lopez was a police officer the first time. He was on active duty when we caught him in 2018. Now we've caught him again," McNamara said.

    The two undercover detectives, Joseph Scaramucci and Andrew Hermes, shared how they track the offenders leading to an arrest.

    "We post ads on those sites and provide information for them to get a hold of us, and once that happens it's just chatting," Scaramucci said.

    "As long as they keep buying, we're going to keep putting them in jail," McNamara said. "I am very proud of our guys. 15 people in five days says a whole lot."

    He says the majority of trafficking is online – including social media – making it easier to locate the suspect.

    "We've worked these cases all over the country, and it doesn't change were you're at," Scaramucci said. "The difference is were flipping more rocks then most agencies are."

    Over the past six years, the Sherriff's Department has made over 600 arrests associated with buying sex.

    "We have an effort, that I believe, is stronger than anywhere else. And I will put our unit up against anyone anywhere," McNamara said.

    The Sheriff's Office also released this statement:

    "We will continue to work diligently to eradicate human trafficking from our community, and hold those that purchase victim's accountable."

    – MCLennan county sheriff's office.

  8. #3178
    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    Quote The outcome is basically the same as similar places where restrictions are imposed. ".

    The country of Belarus, which imposed no legal lockdown at all throughout the entire pandemic, has released COVID mortality figures which are broadly in line with other nearby countries which imposed draconian lockdowns.

    After authorities in Belarus refused to put their citizens under lockdown, the global media had a collective hissy fit, with one headline declaring, "One leader looks hell-bent on turning COVID-19 into a catastrophe for his country."

    However, while managing to avoid all the negative impacts of lockdown, the outcome of Belarus' no lockdown policy is far from a "catastrophe..
    Very true! Now, I do think we need to be careful making comparisons between countries. Whether it is social norms, population density, etc. , there are a lot of variables. But yes, studies like Belarus and Sweden should be given consideration. But this is where politics get in the way. We all blame the "other side". That's more important than the truth.

    Here again, I think we (as a people) feel like we have to do something. In reality, what did the shutdowns do? At the onset, I don't think it was a terrible idea. There were real shortage issues with ventilators and PPE. We quickly overcame that. That is about the only thing I'll give the government credit for in this whole mess. (And no, I'm not a big Trump fan.) But slowing the spread made sense early on. But that is all the lockdown did. Slowed the spread. It slowed the inevitable. And frankly, it robbed all of us of months and now years of, well, we all know. This is why I say we have have to learn to live with it. That's not a rosy picture. But I think it's more realistic than believing a shutdown or a mask will actually stop this.

  9. #3177
    Quote Originally Posted by SeaBeeJoe  [View Original Post]
    Your right I misquoted, what i meant to say is that 99.5 percent of Covid deaths are among the unvaccinated.

    https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/...inated-at-risk

    When scientists developed vaccines to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, their vaccine candidates were judged effective based on whether or not people were hospitalized or died after getting immunized.

    Even with delta, almost everyone who dies from COVID-19 99.5 percent of known cases are unvaccinated people, along with 97 percent of people hospitalized for the illness. That suggests that the vaccines are still highly effective, said USA Surgeon General and Dr. Vivek Murthy during a recent press briefing.

    The CDC is counting vaccinated people who have been hospitalized or died from the coronavirus. Based on data available so far, that very rarely happens.
    I agree with that 100%. That's why I got the vaccine. And barring real complications, I do not understand the hesitancy some have. I stop short of supporting mandates. And showing how heartless I am, I don't lose a lot of sleep worrying about those that choose to avoid the vaccine. (Obviously, those with conditions that prevent them from getting the shot is painfully tragic.).

    But I do think we were misled. Our politicians and our leaders all said this would end the pandemic. Reality is that it might slow the spread for a time but it is crystal clear that it will not stop it. I suspect we're heading to an annual flu shot type approach. And I'm fine with that. What I'm not ok with is forever altering our lives to masks and shutdowns. I will not be held responsible for deaths of those that don't want to help themselves, particularly when there is no real end in sight.

  10. #3176

    99.5 percent of Covid deaths among the unvaccinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    Respectfully, your 99.5% figure is wrong. You are confusing the percent of vaccinated that have tested positive with the percent of new infections. While it sounds like I am splitting hairs, in fact, those figures tell very different stories.

    The 99% figure represents the number of vaccinated that have not tested positive. That number, however, is very misleading. Most breakthrough cases are asymptomatic. So we have no way of knowing the real number because the vast majority of asymptomatic, vaccinated people are not getting tested. And why would they.

    As for new infections: that metric is not readily available. The CDC is not providing a lot of hard data, which is curious. But a few weeks ago, they estimated about 35,000 breakthrough positive tests every week. If we take that as fact, over 10% of new infections were breakthrough cases. Two very important considerations:

    1-That 35,000 figure does not represent any asymptomatic cases. Again, when vaxxed and exhibiting no symptoms, they just aren't testing.

    2-This is a game changer when you look at it from transmission standpoint.

    To your larger point, I agree. People should get vaccinated. It greatly improves their situation should they contract Covid. But I just don't want people to misinterpret the misleading math being pushed. (Pushed by our so called experts, not you, SeaBee).
    Your right I misquoted, what i meant to say is that 99.5 percent of Covid deaths are among the unvaccinated.

    https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/...inated-at-risk

    When scientists developed vaccines to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, their vaccine candidates were judged effective based on whether or not people were hospitalized or died after getting immunized.

    Even with delta, almost everyone who dies from COVID-19 99.5 percent of known cases are unvaccinated people, along with 97 percent of people hospitalized for the illness. That suggests that the vaccines are still highly effective, said USA Surgeon General and Dr. Vivek Murthy during a recent press briefing.

    The CDC is counting vaccinated people who have been hospitalized or died from the coronavirus. Based on data available so far, that very rarely happens.

    Seems the numbers have fallen some on vaccine protection against the delta variant, but at least they do protect against hospitalization.

    https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/moderna-may-be-superior-pfizer-against-delta-breakthrough-odds-rise-with-time-2021-08-09/

    The mRNA vaccine from Pfizer (PFE.N) and BioNTech (22UAy.DE) may be less effective than Moderna's against the Delta variant of the coronavirus, according to two reports posted on medRxiv on Sunday ahead of peer review. In a study of more than 50,000 patients in the Mayo Clinic Health System, researchers found the effectiveness of Moderna's vaccine against infection had dropped to 76% in July - when the Delta variant was predominant - from 86% in early 2021. Over the same period, the effectiveness of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine had fallen to 42% from 76%, researchers said. While both vaccines remain effective at preventing COVID hospitalization, a Moderna booster shot may be necessary soon for anyone who got the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines earlier this year, said Dr. Venky Soundararajan of Massachusetts data analytics company nference, who led the Mayo study.

  11. #3175
    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    Quote The outcome is basically the same as similar places where restrictions are imposed. ".

    The country of Belarus, which imposed no legal lockdown at all throughout the entire pandemic, has released COVID mortality figures which are broadly in line with other nearby countries which imposed draconian lockdowns.

    After authorities in Belarus refused to put their citizens under lockdown, the global media had a collective hissy fit, with one headline declaring, "One leader looks hell-bent on turning COVID-19 into a catastrophe for his country."

    However, while managing to avoid all the negative impacts of lockdown, the outcome of Belarus' no lockdown policy is far from a "catastrophe.".
    On 1 November, Belarusian borders were closed for foreign citizens, with the exception of diplomats, persons entering Belarus through the Minsk National Airport, Russian citizens transiting Belarus on their way to Russia and a number of other categories of people related to transportation of goods, mail, organ transplants, functioning of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant and the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

    On 5 November, Mogilev became the first city in Belarus to introduce compulsory use of facial masks in public places.

    On 9 November, compulsory use of facial masks was introduced in Gomel Region.

    According to the 11 November Ministry of Health decree, PCR-based tests were no longer conducted for first-level contacts with an asymptomatic infection course.

    On 12 November, compulsory use of facial masks was introduced in Minsk. As of date, besides Minsk, Gomel Region and Mogilev, such measure was reported to had been employed in Babruisk, Asipovichy, Klichev, Krichev, Chavusy District, Cherykaw District, Polotsk District and Novopolotsk.

    On 16 November, compulsory use of facial masks was introduced in Vitebsk Region.

    On 18 November, compulsory use of facial masks was introduced in Brest Region.

    On 7 December, an epidemiologically motivated partial closure of Belarusian borders was announced in the governmental decree No. 705, according to which, since 21 December, Belarusian citizens and residents of Belarus were to be temporarily prohibited from leaving Belarus via land, except for a limited number of cases. Duration of the prohibition was not specified in the document.

    Suspected statistics falsification.

    According to the Gomel Region media resource "Flaghshtok" citing a relative of a deceased COVID-19 patient, as of July, 2021, around 60 intensive care unit COVID-19 patients were buried in Gomel daily by a single burial services company. It was also reported that the death certificate of the mentioned patient indicated "heart failure" as the main cause of death and had no mention of COVID-19 despite the patients' medical history.

    According to the data obtained by the Belarusian "Cyberpartisans" hacker group via the Belarusian Ministry of Internal Affairs' passport database, excess mortality in Belarus in the March, 2020, to March, 2021, period comprised more than 32,000 deaths (14 times the official statistics for the same period), with approximately 25,000 deaths having had happened during 2020.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-...mic_in_Belarus

  12. #3174

    No Lockdown. Belarus Reports COVID Mortality Rates Similar to Countries W Lockdowns

    Quote The outcome is basically the same as similar places where restrictions are imposed. ".

    The country of Belarus, which imposed no legal lockdown at all throughout the entire pandemic, has released COVID mortality figures which are broadly in line with other nearby countries which imposed draconian lockdowns.

    After authorities in Belarus refused to put their citizens under lockdown, the global media had a collective hissy fit, with one headline declaring, "One leader looks hell-bent on turning COVID-19 into a catastrophe for his country."

    However, while managing to avoid all the negative impacts of lockdown, the outcome of Belarus' no lockdown policy is far from a "catastrophe."

    Newly released overall death statistics from the start of the pandemic up to March 2021 show that the death rate is similar to neighboring countries such as Latvia, Russia and Ukraine which imposed full lockdowns. Indeed, when compared to Poland, which imposed a particularly harsh lockdown, Belarus' mortality rate in March 2021 was significantly lower. . . Belarus is similar to Sweden, which has suffered fewer than 15,000 COVID deaths despite refusing to impose a lockdown. Figures show that cases and deaths tend to fall in waves whether a lockdown is imposed or not, proving that lockdowns are totally pointless. Quote.

    John Paul Watson.

    Definitely. Need more vaccinations and more lockdowns! Believe Fauci! Yeah! LOL.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dcrist0527  [View Original Post]
    Respectfully, your 99.5% figure is wrong. You are confusing the percent of vaccinated that have tested positive with the percent of new infections. While it sounds like I am splitting hairs, in fact, those figures tell very different stories.

    The 99% figure represents the number of vaccinated that have not tested positive. That number, however, is very misleading. Most breakthrough cases are asymptomatic. So we have no way of knowing the real number because the vast majority of asymptomatic, vaccinated people are not getting tested. And why would they.

    As for new infections: that metric is not readily available. The CDC is not providing a lot of hard data, which is curious. But a few weeks ago, they estimated about 35,000 breakthrough positive tests every week. If we take that as fact, over 10% of new infections were breakthrough cases. Two very important considerations:
    .

  13. #3173
    Quote Originally Posted by SeaBeeJoe  [View Original Post]
    Just get vaccinated it is 88% percent effective against hospitalization. (99.5 percent of new infections of Covid in the US are among the unvaccinated.
    Respectfully, your 99.5% figure is wrong. You are confusing the percent of vaccinated that have tested positive with the percent of new infections. While it sounds like I am splitting hairs, in fact, those figures tell very different stories.

    The 99% figure represents the number of vaccinated that have not tested positive. That number, however, is very misleading. Most breakthrough cases are asymptomatic. So we have no way of knowing the real number because the vast majority of asymptomatic, vaccinated people are not getting tested. And why would they.

    As for new infections: that metric is not readily available. The CDC is not providing a lot of hard data, which is curious. But a few weeks ago, they estimated about 35,000 breakthrough positive tests every week. If we take that as fact, over 10% of new infections were breakthrough cases. Two very important considerations:

    1-That 35,000 figure does not represent any asymptomatic cases. Again, when vaxxed and exhibiting no symptoms, they just aren't testing.

    2-This is a game changer when you look at it from transmission standpoint.

    To your larger point, I agree. People should get vaccinated. It greatly improves their situation should they contract Covid. But I just don't want people to misinterpret the misleading math being pushed. (Pushed by our so called experts, not you, SeaBee).

  14. #3172
    Quote Originally Posted by KoolBeans  [View Original Post]
    Agree! Should conduct basic hygiene and hope the lady does as well. I usually see the pros just wash pussy and ass and then head back down. I don't think they clean their breasts after they've been salivated all over. Also probably should provide mouth wash just in case the tongue got it on the back of their throats. As long as you keep it doggy with her head in the hallway, then should be safe. You definitely dont want to be face to face as it is cat 5 biohazard and might be carrying the next variant from Brazil or Russia. Everyone should carry their antigen kits to test on the spot and costs $140 a pop. Makes for a super fun night I heard.
    Just get vaccinated it is 88% percent effective against hospitalization. (99.5 percent of new infections of Covid in the US are among the unvaccinated.

  15. #3171
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    For over 200 years, doctors, nurses, hospital workers all over the world have been scrubbing their hands and arms, wearing masks, gloves, sterilized garments ect to minimize catching or spreading infection.

    Why are we now doubting these basic hygiene measures?

    The ease of transmission and high risks of CoVid infection, with lots of unknown long-term effects, pain, death, high costs of hospitalization to everyone in the world, dictates that everyone must do everything using all means they can at individual level to contain its spread.

    Wombat is right. It's not a difficult choice. When in doubt err on the safe side. Mask up, glove on, scrub your hands after picking on bar girls' anus and kittles, pucker up and hope the virus won't' kill you, your bar GFs, friends, family, children.
    Agree! Should conduct basic hygiene and hope the lady does as well. I usually see the pros just wash pussy and ass and then head back down. I don't think they clean their breasts after they've been salivated all over. Also probably should provide mouth wash just in case the tongue got it on the back of their throats. As long as you keep it doggy with her head in the hallway, then should be safe. You definitely dont want to be face to face as it is cat 5 biohazard and might be carrying the next variant from Brazil or Russia. Everyone should carry their antigen kits to test on the spot and costs $140 a pop. Makes for a super fun night I heard.

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