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  •  · gsicard
Today the Secretary of Defense and other high ranking officials came on TV for the Corona Virus update and started talking about deploying the Air Force and Navy to combat drug dealers.  Really! If anyone believes that is the reason they are crazy. I suspect that hostile actors are playing in the Pacific and Caribbean Sea and this is the pretense so as not to scare the crap out of the citizens.  WW III is already started.  Get prepared.
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I have been following the Chinese Corona Virus called Covid-19 for some time now.  It is, as you all know, a global pandemic and that the source of it, the Chinese Communist Government is not very forth coming as to it's origins or mutation. So was the media scares the population into accepting many changes to their liberties - we are on the verge of a socialist lock-down from which the USA will not recover without significant blood shed. Keep that in mind as you look at this website that chronicles the numbers. Note that there used to be three line on the bottom right.. China, Recovered, and others.  China and recovered are gone - why is that? Here is the link.
Vaccinations are one of the most important weapons in the fight against infectious diseases in animals. Many diseases have been virtually eliminated through disease control programs that have incorporated vaccination as one of the control measures. However, vaccines are not without their limitations and there are vaccine failures. In fact, in some cases the reactions or side effects can be worse than the disease they are being used to prevent. The use, or overuse of vaccines is being carefully evaluated by veterinary researchers and clinicians the world over. This article will address causes for vaccine failures, side effects and adverse reactions. Continue reading...
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  •  · guard_dog
Alone no more: People are turning to dogs, cats and chickens to cope with self-isolation Kim Kavin and Heather Kelly, The Washington Post Published 3:29 pm EDT, Friday, March 20, 2020 Animal Care Centers of NYC - an open-intake shelter that received about 21,000 animals last year - put out a call for additional foster homes on March 13. "We thought we'd get 50," said Katy Hansen, director of marketing and communications. "We got 2,000 people who filled out the application." The vast majority, Hansen says, are millennials who live with a roommate, have no kids, and are either working from home or suddenly out of a job. https://www.greenwichtime.com/news/article/Alone-no-more-People-are-turnin
Chinese Grandma and Central Asian Shepherd
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  •  · Wendy
A grand mother and her dog in China help others by picking veggies from her garden and leaving on the roadside for free to people.
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