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Name: Tom Conroy
Gender: Male
Hometown: CT
Home country: USA
Member since: Sat Mar 6, 2021, 08:56 PM
Number of posts: 5,958

About Me

65 years old. Lifelong democrat. Saw JFK in New Haven CT on election eve 1960. I was all of 5 years old. Cast my first vote for Jimmy Carter. Stayed up all night at the English Speaking Union I London to watch the returns. We celebrated the results about 9 AM London time. I cried the morning I learned Bobby Kennedy had been shot. I don't think I ever quite recovered, although President Obama's election helped a lot. These days I'm a moderate democrat and a cultural conservative. I miss the world of good manners, fancy dress and dancing cheek to cheek. Big TCM fan.

Journal Archives

All eyes are on Sievierodonetsk but I'm keeping track

Of what's happening near Kherson too.

https://twitter.com/NLwartracker/status/1537784516286234625


https://twitter.com/TWMCLtd/status/1537915290209554433

Boris is back!

https://twitter.com/KyivIndependent/status/1537810424414015489

https://twitter.com/shashj/status/1537813146370560000

https://twitter.com/visegrad24/status/1537816757766967299

https://twitter.com/KyivIndependent/status/1534932332716736516

The CDC on 'Post Covid conditions'

The CDC seems to be trying to get away from the term long Covid and instead using the term 'post Covid conditions', perhaps because they are learning that for many, post Covid conditions resolve after a relatively short period of time:


CDC is using multiple approaches to estimate how many people experience post-COVID conditions. Each approach can provide a piece of the puzzle to give us a better picture of who is experiencing post-COVID conditions. For example, some studies look for the presence of post-COVID conditions based on self-reported symptoms, while others collect symptoms and conditions recorded in medical records. Some studies focus only on people who have been hospitalized, while others include people who were not hospitalized. The estimates for how many people experience post-COVID conditions can be quite different depending on who was included in the study, as well as how and when the study collected information. Estimates of the proportion of people who had COVID-19 that go on to experience post-COVID conditions can vary:

13.3% at one month or longer after infection
2.5% at three months or longer, based on self-reporting
More than 30% at 6 months among patients who were hospitalized
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/long-term-effects/index.html

"The things I do for Ukraine".

https://twitter.com/Euan_MacDonald/status/1537477820657635330

Darth Putin speaks!

https://twitter.com/DarthPutinKGB/status/1537724952492888064

Patron: the stamp!

https://twitter.com/brave_ukraine/status/1536688052898304003

Collector's item!

Patron's latest project!

https://twitter.com/ArmedMaidan/status/1537551914400882690

Prof. Phillips OBrien on the supposed Russian military advance.

https://twitter.com/PhillipsPOBrien/status/1537711700652306433

Short thread.

Covid deaths in South Africa (long, interesting thread)

https://twitter.com/rid1tweets/status/1536783798561554432

Limbo Rock - Chubby Checker




How low can you go?
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