FTR, I appreciate your posts and opinions on this board. I didn't want to beat a dead-horse on the Moore thread. Don't mean to come off as brash, we can agree to disagree here. I agree that landing a Moore type of prospect will be exactly what this program needs. But I also believe Buchner will pan out and think we are in a great spot with the 2024 QBs. Cheers brother, go Irish!
Really hoping it's Shephard who gets the WR Coaching position. Really like what he's accomplished at Purdue in the past several seasons. That and the fact he's from my hometown, Ft Wayne, makes it even better. Ya also gained a follower on Twitter......no I can see what ya got on Twitterverse
I was so hoping to meet you in Albany but Covid had other plans. Daughter graduated with a Masters in Forensic Biology and has gainful employment just outside of her field. Things will probably work for her in May or June of this year.
Appreciate your posts and moreso, appreciate the work that you do.
Hang in there and be safe for yourself and your family.
If I ever make it to Upper New York, dinner and drinks are on me. I can afford it.
I just posted in the Website Problems thread that a few minutes ago, I got a message saying "Sorry, you are not authorized to view this page. For assistance contact the site administrator." Here's the screenshot.
So I had the same thoughts regarding Remdesivir when PerthDomer mentioned it. I've read plenty that has shown it ineffective and even harmful, but I didn't want to push back on his perspective anymore. He was very gracious in a personal message about our dialogue. And I think he intends well.
It just seems like something is broken and very few in the medical field want to admit it. The sense I continually get is that I am getting "the company line" and no one is answering from practiced medicine that is effective. These are the kinds of medical professionals I have been on the search for and have found, most notably Dr. Peter McCollough from Texas. He recommends a multi-drug early treatment approach that has shown significant benefits in reducing hospitalizations and deaths.
The statement PerthDomer made recently of "if we just get everyone vaccinated" then everything will be okay, concerns me, but doesn't surprise me. The limit to shut down a vaccination program has been 25-50 deaths. We are well into the thousands with these vaccines, 70/day since July. And yet the vast majority of medical professionals are screaming from the mountaintops "Get vaccinated!" This is the group think I am most concerned about. Dr. Peter McCollough argues 85% of the 670,000 plus who've died could have been prevented if an early treatment protocol was emphasized early on. So why not a more clear, nationwide, early treatment protocol by now? Something just seems off