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https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/study-finds-most-highly-educated-americans-are-also-most-vaccine-hesitant

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    “It finds that the association between hesitancy and education level follows a U-shaped curve with the highest hesitancy among those least and most educated. People with a master’s degree had the least hesitancy, and the highest hesitancy was among those holding a PhD.

In addition, while the lowest educated saw the largest drop in vaccine hesitancy for the first five months of 2021, those with PhD’s were the most likely to not change their minds."
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How about...PhD's just don't want to tell random 'survey bozos' what they really think.
I usually hang up on 90-95% of surveys, coming to 99-100% if a survey is taking longer than 2 min.
Sorry, no time to listen to a barrage of "guiding" questions.
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Building the bluestone pad was about 800 and 100 for the poison ivy treatments.
I was more sore from the poison Ivy then I was from moving 4.5 tons of gravel into place.

I was thinking of just going with concrete pylons and wooden posts. Would you advise against?

I have heard with the poison ivy, the best bet is to wash thoroughly with detergent after contact. You need to catch it early though so if you were not aware it may not have helped.

Yes since it was dirt and roots. I did not think they were roots from the Poison Ivy as 18 months ago  I  killed off the Poison Ivy with roundup .

Also there was a small tree stump I dug out while laying on the ground sweating like a mofo.. If you get exposed to the oils and are sweating you simply absorb the oil and washing is less helpful.

I have been good with Poison Ivy after getting it really bad back in 1968..  2 or 3  showers after any known exposure kept it very small.  This time I worked in the dirt sweating for 2 hours so the showers were most likely too late.

Well the next shed this fall I will let a young guy do the work fuck saving the $600.  BTC is on the rise. Grin


As for concrete and pylons depends on code.

I can do this with  a gravel pad and not be called permanent structure  so no tax on it and no permit.

If I do concrete I need a permit.
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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by research projects and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were so persistent and determined so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley
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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by medical research and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were persistent so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley

hey, by the same thinking...bitcoin is untested too, just a beta software, no wonder the latest version is 0.21.1  Roll Eyes
10 year wait for results is not productive as some might be immunized by 5-10 different vaccines in the interim.
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I was watching Pomp's podcast today and even Peter Schiff thinks that Bitcoin is going to break over $100K this year.  Everyone in finance seems to know what's coming, which on one hand is reassuring that so many people are aware of so much money headed towards the Bitcoin market, but on the other hand markets have a way of doing exactly the opposite of what everyone thinks will happen right at the time it costs people the most money.  We'll see which scenario plays out, but I'm firmly on the side of us seeing a six figure Bitcoin price in the next 4 months.
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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by medical research and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were persistent so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley

hey, by the same thinking...bitcoin is untested too, just a beta software, no wonder the latest version is 0.21.1  Roll Eyes
10 year wait for results is not productive as some might be immunized by 5-10 different vaccines in the interim.

I waited *almost* 10 years until I invested in Bitcoin, once the blockchain was tried and tested. I knew about it for years, but never trusted it, as I'm naturally a skeptic  Tongue
The software used to interact with the blockchain is completely irrelevant, it's an immutable blockchain, I don't see your point here  Huh
But sure, the more diverse research the better! After Bitcoin there were more than 5-10 different currencies that came about as well.
Nice try though  Tongue
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Have you checked your local code? You might not have a choice for the size of shed you're planning if you're in a cold climate.


It's not cold. Though I wouldn't have thought that would have hit any kind of limit. It's also an area where codes are generally not so severe. Though I should definitely run a quick check. The main reason for going with the size of the neighbor's shed was it looked like a good size and is proportionate to the land area.
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As for concrete and pylons depends on code.

I can do this with  a gravel pad and not be called permanent structure  so no tax on it and no permit.

If I do concrete I need a permit.

This is different from a concrete pad. It can be either a concrete block or you can cast concrete cylinders.





I have been lucky so far with poison ivy with no incidents though my wife has had it a few times. I almost wonder if there's such a thing as immunity.
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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by research projects and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were so persistent and determined so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley

I'm glad that you listened to the butterfly! Cheesy Cheesy

Also, the vaccine is way beyond experimental. It is a death sentence for those who have it. It will not come immediately. But I already know like around 7-8 people that got cancer after they got the shot.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

(the Cancer is not because of the shot directly, but because the shot makes your body to be drained of vitamins, and then the diseases start coming for you when you have a weak immune system.)
(also... you can check out that Vitamin C guy on youtube that cured his stage 5 cancer a week before he was sentenced to death by PhD's.)  Grin  Grin
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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by research projects and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were so persistent and determined so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley

I'm glad that you listened to the butterfly! Cheesy Cheesy

Also, the vaccine is way beyond experimental. It is a death sentence for those who have it. It will not come immediately. But I already know like around 7-8 people that got cancer after they got the shot.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

(the Cancer is not because of the shot directly, but because the shot makes your body to be drained of vitamins, and then the diseases start coming for you when you have a weak immune system.)
(also... you can check out that Vitamin C guy on youtube that cured his stage 5 cancer a week before he was sentenced to death by PhD's.)  Grin  Grin

Are u retarded or what? Vaccines like software have source code which has been published online and explained. Have you heard about reverse engineering? It's like you have an antivirus software on ur pc and you can reverse engineer it to get the source code and make sure it's not going to format your hard drive  Grin
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