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US Land Border Opens to Canadians

After being closed for nearly 19 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on November 8th 2021 the United States land border officially opened to all fully vaccinated Canadians. US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced they will be staffing their border at pre-pandemic levels, but warns that wait times may be longer than in […]

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When Will USA Border Open to Canadians?

On August 9th 2021, Canada opened its border to all fully vaccinated Americans allowing tourists from the United States to visit the country once again. The US border remains closed to Canadians, however, and American authorities recently extended the border closure until September 21st citing COVID-19 transmission rates south of the border as well as […]

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Where Can Vaccinated Canadians Travel?

Most Canadians are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Consequently, Canadians are starting to think about international travel again, and are beginning to research possible vacation destinations. This leads to the question, which countries can a fully vaccinated Canadian visit? As of July 2021, Canadian citizens who have received two doses of the Pfizer, Moderna, or […]


 
 

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In Yet Another Win, Bariatric Surgery Reduces Cancer Risk In Long Term Study

Posted  December 2, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Before you read any further know that I’m NOT a surgeon.
I think it could be fairly argued that as far as surgical impact and benefits go, there are few that rival bariatric surgery.
Shown to prolong life, regularly push many chronic diseases includin…

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Halloween’s Best

Posted  October 31, 2021  by  Anonymous

Gurdeep is a true Canadian treasure:

The Pulp Librarian offers the top 20 halloween-inspired pulp magazine covers:

Every year, somebody takes it just a little too far:

And of course, the greatest music video ever made:

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Saturday Stories: Bad Studies, 5-12s’ Vaccinations, And Childism

Posted  October 30, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

James Heathers, in The Atlantic, on how the house of cards upon which ivermectin studies were built likely underpins much of science. 
Katherine Wu, in The Atlantic, with a Q&A with pediatrician and vaccine researcher Sallie Permar about the …

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Horses, fish, elephants, dogs …

Posted  October 24, 2021  by  Anonymous
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Saturday Stories: Wellness Conspiracies, Libel Chill, And The Air We Breath

Posted  October 23, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Eva Wiseman, in The Guardian, on the overlap between wellness/spirituality and conspiracy theories.
Stephanie Lee, in Buzzfeed, on how the world’s most prominent hydroxychloroquine researcher/crusader is trying to punish one of the world’s foremost sc…

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Today’s News: truth

Posted  October 18, 2021  by  Anonymous

There is such truth here:

And truth here too:

And Halloween is coming up!

Meanwhile, here in Saskatchewan, our COVID situation is so bad – I cannotimagine the chaos and death in Saskatchewan hospitals right now — and our premier Scott Moe is leading us by naming some guy in North Battleford as the director of Covid response, and immitating a deer in the headlights:

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Saturday Stories: Nazi Analogies, They’re Not Just Numbers, And Who Are The Unvaccinated

Posted  October 16, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Arthur Caplan, in The Cancer Letter, on how Nazi analogies (and more specifically Vinay Prasad’s) regarding COVID are imbecilic, ignorant, and dangerous.Marie-Danielle Smith, in MacLeans, with the story of a family of 3 who like all of those we’ve los…

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Time for some funny stuff!

Posted  October 13, 2021  by  Anonymous

I loved these:

And this one was so sweet it broke twitter – it got 700K likes:

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Why we need to hear The Story Of January 6

Posted  October 10, 2021  by  Anonymous

Here in a nutshell is The Story Of January 6 — an impressive summary by Huff Post White House correspondent S.V. Date describing what happened in the Trump Insurrection:This is what Americans need to be told about, every day, every speech, from B…

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Saturday Stories: Hygiene Theatre, The Lost Plot, Caving To Antivaxxers, And a Brief Announcement From Me

Posted  November 6, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Justin Ling, in Macleans, on the persistence of hygiene theatreSarah Zhang, in The Atlantic, on how we’ve lost the plot on COVID.Andre Picard, in The Globe and Mail, on how now is the worst time for governments to be catering to antivaxxersAnnouncement…

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US Land Border Opens to Canadians

Posted  November 8, 2021  by  Ben

After being closed for nearly 19 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, on November 8th 2021 the United States land border officially opened to all fully vaccinated Canadians. US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced they will be staffing their border at pre-pandemic levels, but warns that wait times may be longer than in […]

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Saturday Stories: Testing, Health Professional Long-haulers, And The Holocaust

Posted  November 27, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Katherine J. Wu, in The Atlantic, with everything you really should know about the various modalities of COVID testing.
Ed Yong, also in The Atlantic, on health professionals who themselves are now facing the challenges of long-haul COVID.
Talia Brach…

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Every Diet Works For Someone, No Diet Works For Everyone, Diets Are Difficult – IF 2021 Edition

Posted  November 24, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Joining an ever increasing cavalcade of studies of different diets that demonstrate they all work as well or as poorly as one another comes this week’s A randomised controlled trial of the 5:2 diet published in PLoS. In it researchers randomly as…

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Today’s News: peek-a-boo!

Posted  November 21, 2021  by  Anonymous

The parrot is making fun of him! 🤣🤣pic.twitter.com/98HUbWrkdP— Figen (@TheFigen) November 19, 2021 They used to laugh and call him names.Not anymore. pic.twitter.com/sYEGmlGKqb— Cory Papineau (@Iam_Canadian) November 15, 2021 This one was fascinating…

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Saturday Stories: The Health-Care Workers, The Fight To Call It Aerosol, And Narratives, Counter-Narratives, And Social Drama

Posted  November 20, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, covers the devastating impact managing patients with COVID has had on the world’s health-care workers many of who are calling it quits.
Megan Molteni, in Wired, on the teensy tiny error that helped COVID kill by creating a fi…

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The World Health Organization, For #WorldDiabetesDay, Chose Fat Shaming And Stigmatization

Posted  November 16, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Where to start with this?

First off there are more than 2 types of diabetes (I mean even the tweet lists 3), but really, recognizing World Diabetes Day with an infographic of a person with obesity in bare feet on a Lazy-Boy eating a giant bag of chips? 

That’s certainly the gluttonous sloth narrative that much of society subscribes to, but the WHO? 
And yes, weight, diet, and physical activity correlate with diabetes risk, but for the WHO to dumb things down to people with type 2 diabetes are fat, lazy, gluttons? The mind boggles.
Never mind genetics, social determinants of health (including poverty, education, caregiving requirements, etc), co-morbid medical conditions, and more, the actual World Health Organization on World Diabetes Day, is stating if you have type 2 diabetes, it’s your fault.
This of course also ignores the fact that there is just a staggering amount of privilege required to intentionally and permanently prioritize behaviour change around food and fitness in the name of health, and of course denies the reality of the thousands of genes and hormones known to be involved in the regulation of weight and dietary choices. 
Perhaps this will serve as an opportunity for the WHO to take a closer look at weight and diabetes bias and stigma and focus some resources to help educate the world on the dangers and risks therein. For over 24 hours, they’d simply added a tweet to their offensive, misguided, and erroneous thread stating they’ll take into account the feedback they’ve received in future messaging, then yesterday afternoon, they finally took it down. Here’s hoping we see a thread about implicit and explicit bias from the WHO down the road

[Also, it’s that time of year again, and should any of you want to donate to my Movember fundraising (am just over halfway to goal!), here’s the link]

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Today’s news: when you find yourself in a hole, stop digging!

Posted  November 13, 2021  by  Anonymous

John Cleese seems to have morphed into the angry establishment figure of ridicule he played in sketches.— Chris Kehoe (@MrKehoe79) November 13, 2021 John Cleese, Morrissey and JK Rowling walk into a bar.And the bartender says “the home for aging disap…

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Saturday Stories: Aaron Rodgers, Vaccine Passports, And Doctors’ Vaccinations

Posted  November 13, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, in his substack, on the damage Aaron Rodgers has wrought on professional sports as a whole. Arthur Shaffer, interviewed in Healthy Debates, on the ethics and legalities of vaccine passports. Andrew McRae and Andreas Laup…

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2021’s Dumbest Scientifically Published Exercise Recommendation For The Treatment Of Obesity

Posted  November 11, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

[First written blog post since March 2020. What an awful 20 months. Though the pandemic is certainly not over yet, it feels like it’s time to start writing again. Not sure what the frequency of posts will be, but it’s nice to be back]I wouldn’t have be…

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Saturday Stories: Kareem Abdul-Jabber Edition

Posted  October 9, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on his own substack Kareem.Substack.com with two stories about vaccination and the NBA.
The first on why LeBron is wrong to support hesitancy
And the second on Andrew Wiggins’ whining about getting vaccinated.
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Zoom meetings

Posted  October 6, 2021  by  Anonymous

So I just started a short-term job and one of the things I am going to be learning about is how to host Zoom meetings. Not, like this guy, I hope: We are all in this video pic.twitter.com/ZebenP2Aid— Washington Post TikTok Guy 🪑 (@davejorgenson)…

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Today’s News: Next year country

Posted  October 4, 2021  by  Anonymous

Well, the boys gave it a good try, but couldn’t quite get into the post-season this year:

Now that Trudeau has apologized to Chief Rosanne Casimir in Kamloops about not attending their ceremony on Sept 30, I think the Canadian media will stop talking about Tofino-gate or whatever we are calling it. Embarrassment is what I call it

Some of today’s funnier stuff too:

Watch until the end:

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Election Follies and Funnies #30: it’s over (almost)

Posted  September 21, 2021  by  Anonymous

Well, its all over except the shouting. 

As Gerry Butts pointed out on CBC, there may well be a few changes yet as the mail-in ballots and recounts get finished — there seem to be at least a dozen seats where tonight’s result may change. 

Overall, I’m very glad that Trudeau will remain our Prime Minister – I hope his Liberal government will last until 2025.

Twitter has been commenting on the concession speeches. Paul went first, but CBC actually cut away from her during her speech = she wasn’t saying anything particularly interesting, and considering how poorly she did even in her own seat, she’s not going to be around Canadian politics very long anyway.

Then I think O’Toole was next:

Blanchet was after that, another odd one:

Finally Singh spoke, and his speech was actually very good. He simply congratulated Trudeau on winning the election, and talked positively about the future. How refreshing!

Lastly Trudeau spoke – somewhat chastened, I thought, but upbeat even though he didn’t get the majority he had wanted. He thanked the people who voted for him, but more importantly he also vowed to work for the people who hadn’t voted for him too.

I sense a little grumpiness among the pundits:

And what’s next?

One thing we can count on – there won’t be another election for years, because the opposition parties cannot ask for a do-over again:

Finally, I just loved this:

I hope she frames it.

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Election Follies and Funnies #29: decision day

Posted  September 20, 2021  by  Anonymous

Well, that’s the ball game:

I am still hoping that Trudeau might be able to pull out a few more seat flips and end up with a majority — but as usual, it will all come down to who can get their vote out. 

Here’s a last minute reminder of what’s at stake:

In a nutshell, this cartoon summarizes why O’Toole won’t be elected Prime Minister – when the going gets tough, he can’t figure out how to be a leader:

Jasmeet Singh may gain some seats tomorrow, but his relentless and bitter negativity toward Trudeau combined a poorly articulated NDP platform have really put me off.

Singh followed up his airport skateboarding yesterday with a bizarre TicTok shower video today, and Twitter wasn’t impressed:

I definitely agree with this – I hope the Justice Minister will investigate because people died!

Alberta Conservatives are upset with Kenney and signing letters asking for leadership reviews.

And I suspect this is what will happen now with O’Toole:

I thought this was sort of funny:

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Election Follies and Funnies #28: Covid Critical Care Stage Fuck!

Posted  September 19, 2021  by  Anonymous

Here’s today’s good news about the election: The LPC lead in Ontario is so large that I am not even going to report it (will confirm tomorrow ). I am not sure there are more than a handful of safe CPC seats in Ontario (abridged)— Frank Graves (@VoiceOf…

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Saturday Stories: What Is VAERS, Alberta’s Disaster, And Kindness Gaslighting

Posted  September 18, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Meredith Wadman, in Science, explains what VAERS derived data is, why anti-vaxxers love it, and why it’s wrong to use it as a dataset. 
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Election Follies and Funnies #27: Endorsement-paloosa

Posted  September 18, 2021  by  Anonymous

First Trudeau gets two high-profile endorsements:

Then Singh gets one as well:

And even O’Toole gets the pardonned felon nod:

Some reactions:

The Beaverton gets it again:

Except for the Manitoba chiefs endorsing Liberal candidate Shirley Robinson (in front of Singh, at that priceless press conference!) I think Canada’s First Nations leadership has been walking a fine line, I think to avoid problems with provincial issues across the country. Former AFN chief Phil Fontaine does endorse Trudeau today:

Work is continuing on lifting the boil water orders as the most intractable problems are getting resolved one by one:

Here are some priorities that Canadian Aboriginal organizations want to discuss with the next government. New AFN chief RoseAnne Archibald tweeted this priorities document on its priorities for the next government:

And the BC chiefs are sending this Open Letter:

Here’s a few more tweets from today:

Canadians are starting to try to evaluate this whole election experience, to figure out what it all means, too:

Late news tonight — from Frank Graves at EKOS –

A call to arms:

Here’s a thread for strategic voting:

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Saturday Stories: Ending Respiratory Illnesses, Collapsing Medical Systems, And Sick Societies

Posted  September 11, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Sarah Zhang, in The Atlantic, on putting an end to all respiratory viruses (not just COVID)
Vishal Khetpal, in Slate, on the collapse of the American medical system.
Jay S. Kaufman, in The New York Times, explains how sick societies trump science and …

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Saturday Stories: The Next Variant, Long-Haulers, And Waning Immunity

Posted  September 4, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Olivia Goldhill, in STAT, on the race against the next worse variant.
Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, on how COVID long haulers are everyone’s problem.
Katherine J. Wu, in The Atlantic, with why you likely need not worry too much about your waning immunity….

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When Will USA Border Open to Canadians?

Posted  August 25, 2021  by  Ben

On August 9th 2021, Canada opened its border to all fully vaccinated Americans allowing tourists from the United States to visit the country once again. The US border remains closed to Canadians, however, and American authorities recently extended the border closure until September 21st citing COVID-19 transmission rates south of the border as well as […]

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Today’s news: Moving On!!!

Posted  September 22, 2021  by  Anonymous

Groan!

Moving on from the election:

So finally today, Alberta sent a letter to the federal government to ask for help dealing with the Covid crisis in their hospitals. When asked if they had deliberately waited until after the election — to save Kenney the embarassment of asking Trudeau for help, even though this caused even more misery to Alberta people — the province perished the thought – it was, they said, just because they didn’t know who they should address the letter to. I guess nobody thought of sending it “To Whom It May Concern”?

And Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe held a bizarre press conference about this today:

Here’s some random funny stuff:

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Today’s News: Its high school all over again

Posted  September 23, 2021  by  Anonymous

Joe Biden said something nice about Australia and then Canada immediately gets the vapours? We really are still living in high school, aren’t we:

Proportional representation anyone?

Well observed!

Funny:

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Saturday Stories: Airborne Silence, The Next Pandemic, And Fertility

Posted  October 2, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

Joe Vipond, Kashif Pirzada, and Danielle Cane, in The Toronto Star, on how Canada’s culture of silence around airborne transmission has led to confusion and undoubtedly, to avoidable illness and death.
Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, on the lessons we shoul…

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Today’s news: So maybe next year our TRC Day will actually be about Truth & Reconciliation?

Posted  October 2, 2021  by  Anonymous

Does anyone else find it rather odd that the Trudeau in Tofino story is now on its second day? Ridiculous. 

But the pearl-clutching sure did help Canadian media find an easy story hook for their TRC Day coverage  — otherwise, hey, they might have had to talk to some Indigenous leaders and do some research and think about truth and reconciliation, and maybe, you know, even write news stories about all that uncomfortable stuff.  But then Trudeau flew to Tofino and the media butterflies fluttered – or should I say, flitted – right after him and this solved all their TRC Day news problems. 
Maybe by TRC Day 2022 we will actually focus on truth and reconciliation itself — though I’m not holding my breath.  

There are many other important things that Canadians to talk about:

Go Jays! Here’s the Blue Jays logo done by an Indigenous artist Kory Parkin who has other wonderful artworks as well.

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Today’s news: Truth and Reconciliation

Posted  September 30, 2021  by  Anonymous

 Excerpt from the poem Forgiving Our Fathers,from one of the best movies ever made, Smoke Signals. Residential School Survivor offers advice on how to honour National Day for Truth and Reconciliation https://t.co/tdtjpVZxu2— The Globe and Ma…

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Today’s news: Soothing the savage b(r)east

Posted  September 29, 2021  by  Anonymous

What is it with these guys? Today we learned that White House staff were soothing Trump’s rages by playing show tunes he liked: Trump’s handlers designated a White House official known as the “Music Man” to play him his favorite show tunes, includ…

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Today’s news: maybe the Jan 6 insurrection actually messed up the plan?

Posted  September 27, 2021  by  Anonymous
 Here’s an important new story about what was supposed to happen on Jan 6:

I have been saying for months that the FBI and the Justice Department should have been holding regular briefings to explain to the American people what happened on Jan 6. 

They haven’t been doing it, and now Americans are either forgetting what happened, or thinking it was really no big deal, yada yada yada. 
But today’s news from Sydney Powell really does help explain for the first time what I always found to be the most inexplicable thing about that day: why was Trump trying so hard to delay the certification for a few hours or a day? What on earth was the point?
Remember all the stories about Rudy phoning Senator Tommy Tuberville to plead with him to throw up roadblocks to Senate certification?  Remember the goofy idea of getting the House and Senate reps from six states to demand the House and Senate each have 2-hour debates on each state certification, which would have turned the process into an all day marathon and might well have adjourned it until the next day? 
I could never understand why they were trying to play these games with the certification – what was the sense anyway?. 
In the end, it didn’t work. Yes, the House and Senate members for Arizona and Pennsylvania did force the extra debates for these states. But then, before the assembly could consider Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan and Nevada, the insurrectionists had invaded the Capitol buildings and everyone ran for their lives.  After that, when Pence and Pelosi reconvened later that evening, the mood had changed – lawmakers were spooked and no longer had any appetite for games and delays. So only the two states were debated and each vote was handled as quickly as they could. Everybody stayed until 3 am and finally Biden was declared president. 
And after it was all over, I did wonder: What on earth was the point of the game-playing? Why were they trying so hard just to delay the inevitable for a day or two? 
Now we find out why – Trump thought if they could delay the Biden certification until Jan 7, then Supreme Court Justice Alito would have time to overturn the problematic state certifications and then Republican state legislatures could throw the election to Trump.
 ….Powell’s interview “suggests that the purpose of the insurrection was to DELAY the electoral college certification to give [Justice Samuel Alito] time to intervene on this legal challenge. But, Powell says they didn’t anticipate Pelosi reconvening Congress that day.” 
 Powell said that while then-President Donald Trump was inciting a riot at the Capitol, her team was filing a “12th Amendment constitutional challenge to the process the Congress was about to use.”
 “Justice Alito was our circuit justice for that,” she recalled. “And we were suing the vice president to follow the 12th Amendment as opposed to the Electoral College Act.” 
 Powell alleged that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi learned of the lawsuit and rushed to have Congress certify the election despite the ongoing attack on the U.S. Capitol. 
 “Everything broke loose and she really had to speed up reconvening Congress to get the vote going before Justice Alito might have issued an injunction to stop it all, which is what should have happened,” the attorney said
So that makes it much easier to understand why Trump wanted the delay.
 And it makes me realize again, how close the US government came to being overthrown by a failed president. 
And in the end, maybe Trump did it to himself — if Trump’s insurrection hadn’t been so successful, invading the Capitol and terrifying the House and Senate members, then maybe the Senate and House wouldn’t have worked so hard on that critical night to get Biden confirmed then and there!

In other news today, I guess nobody told Post Media that the election is over.

COVID news keeps getting worse every day – more than a thousand new cases in Saskatchewan just this weekend. This is absolutely nuts – the anti-vaxxers are terrified of COVID but they’re now trying to demonize doctors and nurses, and they’re putting together “protocols” to breathe hydrogen peroxide and gargle iodine.

My brother was at the Saskatoon Symphony performance this weekend, and there was one anti-vax cellist playing out front for spare change, because she refused to get vaccinated – so now she is losing her career and all her friends, just because of anti-vax ignorant stubbornness. 

And it makes me absolutely furious that so many innocent people are being hurt by the anti-vax intransigence. I see more and more doctors speaking out:

I agree with this too:

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Saturday Stories: Our Biggest Failing, Anti-Vaxxers’ Ongoing Radicalization, And Breakthrough Infectiousness

Posted  September 25, 2021  by  Yoni Freedhoff

James Heathers, with a rare must read recommendation, in Medium, on how our biggest failing of the pandemic has been keeping it invisible. Ben Collins, in NBC News, on the rapid continuing radicalization of the anti-vaxxer movementCraig Spencer, …

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Today’s news: great news X 2

Posted  September 25, 2021  by  Anonymous

First, The Michaels are coming home.

We’re finished with Meng Wanzhou too:

Second, the Canadian catholic bishops are stepping up to take responsibility for residential school abuse — unfortunately this story has been overshadowed tonight by the Michaels news, but a really significant story overall:

And now I’m thinking maybe Pope Francis was active behind the scenes:

Its Corn Maze season, too:

There’s nothing that people can’t turn into an art form:

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Today’s news: frustration and sadness in our hospitals

Posted  September 24, 2021  by  Anonymous

COVID here in Saskatchewan is horrible, and I am deeply angry — first, at the thousands of unvaccinated-by-choice who are to blame for this mess, and second, at the politicians who pandered to them. 

I wonder if provincial politicians like Jason Kenney in Alberta and Scott Moe in Sask now understand that people died because they took the cowardly way. 
Here’s a chart showing Sask statistics for the last year:

Surgeries and other hospital treatment across Saskatchewan have now been cancelled and we have even stopped doing organ transplants.

Back to the election — I think the final results in several of the seats that were too close to call on election night have been reported tonight, with the counting of mail-in ballots. But I haven’t been able to find anything yet showing a summary of the final results — the Liberals have picked up a couple of seats just tonight, I think, and the NDP seem to be up 2 in Alberta. I think the Liberals are totalling around 160 seats, but I’m not sure yet.

It was, by the way, a 62% turnout – not the highest since 2000, but not the lowest either. 
The recriminations are continuing as the losing parties try to explain their loss. 

I saw this Frank Graves tweet tonight:

In other news, each year the US Fish and Wildlife Service has an art competition and last year the Trumpers decided that all of the bird artists had to include hunters and guns in their artwork. 

So they did:

Another funny one:

Ahhhh

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