HomeLatest ThreadsGreatest ThreadsForums & GroupsMy SubscriptionsMy Posts
DU Home » Latest Threads » Mosby » Journal
Page: « Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... 30 Next »


Profile Information

Member since: Sat Dec 6, 2008, 11:53 AM
Number of posts: 13,020

Journal Archives

Stork couple celebrates first egg.


Dogs can sniff out COVID-19 with 94 percent accuracy, study says

Manís best friend could soon be manís best chance at ever setting foot in a stadium again.

Dogs can sniff out the coronavirus with a striking 94 percent accuracy rate ó raising the possibility of instant tests at sporting events and airports, according to a new study.

Canine handlers trained eight dogs from Germanyís Armed Forces to discern human saliva infected with COVID-19 from healthy saliva, according to the study, which was lead by the University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover and the Hanover Medical School.

Researchers then set up samples from 1,000 people at random, ordered the dogs to pinpoint the infected ones ó and found the animals were accurate 94 percent of the time, according to the study.


People should consider Jill Bidens words

Questions about the impact of the stinging debate exchange on Harrisí vice presidential outlook had been raised in light of Bidenís comments in her 2019 book that while her husband doesnít hold grudges, she often does.

"I remember every slight committed against the people I love. I can forgive, sureóbut I donít believe in rewarding bad behavior," Biden wrote.

You tried to tie emissions to population and that's less relevent

Than my "bang for the buck" metric.

The post that I responded to that you decided to insinuate yourself into stated:

The survival of all life on earth depends on what happens in November.

Which I think is a pretty asinine thing to say, but the notion that the US is somehow singularly responsible for most of the world problems is a common view these days. It's wrong.

Climate change is happening, regardless whether the US ever reaches zero emissions, and we can thank China et al for that.

The Hottest Day Ever in Phoenix: An Oral History

Esmť will always remember June 26, 1990. People donít tend to forget days when their underpants literally melted due to the heat. The Valley resident was working at Sky Harbor International Airport as a wardrobe artist on a commercial shoot for the now-defunct America West Airlines.


The temperature outside would eventually reach 122 degrees, a record hasnít been broken since. It was part of a miserable, weeklong heat wave in Arizona that ó in addition to baking everyoneís brains and giving transplants a reason to second-guess their decision to move here ó resulted in dozens of hospitalizations and at least three deaths.

Phoenix earned headlines nationwide and was the butt of quips from late-night TV talk show hosts. Valley meteorologists had a field day. Entrepreneurs made a fortune selling commemorative T-shirts within hours. Local utility Salt River Project reported sky-high power usage figures. A lot of people freaked out.



I was working in Sun city at the time, driving there on my motorcycle. The heat was just unreal.

NASCAR drivers push Bubba Wallace's car to the front of the field at Talladega


The song in hebrew, sung by the IDF


Walgreen prices are extremely high across the board

Apparently this strategy works for them, they clearly don't care about value shoppers at all.

They won't price match of course, because they don't care.

All the OTC and HABA stuff I use, I buy at target or online, but sometimes I have to use them or CVS. A three pack of tums at walgreens in the phx area costs about $4.50, it's $1.29 at target. That's a huge difference in margin.

It's like that with everything there.

Yom Ha'atzmaut tweet from an Israeli.

Go to Page: « Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... 30 Next »