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To: Don Green who wrote (28028)10/15/2021 5:02:44 PM
From: SteveinTX
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"The idea may seem silly or gimmicky – but it’s a serious solution to a serious problem"

I must be out of step with reality because I do not consider this a "serious solution".

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To: Les H who wrote (28027)10/16/2021 10:41:14 AM
From: Les H
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Amateur hour: Pete Buttigieg's inexperience exposed as supply chain breaks down
BY JOE CONCHA, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 10/13/21 08:00 AM EDT 2,728THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY CONTRIBUTORS ARE THEIR OWN AND NOT THE VIEW OF THE HILL
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thehill.com

He was rewarded for running a token campaign to derail Bernie Sanders who had the lead. He and a number of others entered late in the primaries to dilute the vote.

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To: Les H who wrote (28030)10/16/2021 2:41:09 PM
From: Les H
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COVID super-immunity: one of the pandemic’s great puzzles
People who have previously recovered from COVID-19 have a stronger immune response after being vaccinated than those who have never been infected. Scientists are trying to find out why.

nature.com

UW Health: COVID-19 vaccines create more reliable immunity than infection

cbs58.com

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To: Les H who wrote (28031)10/16/2021 8:10:12 PM
From: Les H
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Amazon copied products and rigged search results to promote its own brands, documents show

reuters.com

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To: Don Green who wrote (28028)10/17/2021 10:47:34 AM
From: Don Green
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Selling Cars in the Era of the Chip Shortage: Online Chats and No More Haggling Dealerships lean on fewer staff to sell used cars, handle new-car buyers online; ‘Haggling has gone out the window’
The global chip shortage has slashed vehicle inventories and left dealers with few cars to sell. It has also left car salesmen and women with less to do on the dealership lot.

Dealerships laid off thousands of salespeople at the start of the pandemic. While some have been rehired, about 70,000 people who worked at new-car dealerships have been permanently let go.

For those who remain, the job has been transformed both by pandemic restrictions and an accelerated shift to online buying. Salespeople who once spent days prowling dealership lots offering test drives now wrangle online leads and explain the chip shortage to frustrated customers

wsj.com

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To: Les H who wrote (28032)10/17/2021 11:06:55 AM
From: Les H
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COVID vaccines cut the risk of transmitting Delta — but not for long
People who receive two COVID-19 jabs and later contract the Delta variant are less likely to infect their close contacts than are unvaccinated people with Delta.

nature.com

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To: Les H who wrote (28034)10/17/2021 11:50:20 AM
From: Les H
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Clinton released from hospital after treatment for UTI/sepsis

usatoday.com

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From: Les H10/17/2021 6:08:07 PM
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Another bombing at a Shiite mosque in Afghanistan by ISIS-K

cnn.com

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To: Don Green who wrote (28033)10/17/2021 6:58:38 PM
From: Don Green
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Reddit forum with stories of anti-vaxxers dying scares skeptics into getting Covid shot
cnbc.com

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To: Don Green who wrote (28037)10/17/2021 8:20:04 PM
From: Don Green
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The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt moored at Naval Base Guam last May after being forced to port due to a COVID-19 outbreak that infected around one-quarter of the vessel's 4,800 crew. Photo: U.S. NAVY/AFP
japantoday.com


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