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    I don't think it was purely intentional even tho their trade negotiations were not going so well. I think the bug got away from them aka the Anthrax situation in Russia that harmed a small town a number of years ago. I think the failing was the Chinese not signaling to the world the genie was out of the bottle.
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    I'm still impartial. Everyone said WW3 would be different with unconventional weapons this could be it? The insidious nature of bioweapons is everythings just fine and dandy...until it isn't.
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    Every things cool until there is no food then the FSA goes on the warpath. I've noticed on many sites the crybabbies are the ones that didn't bother to prep and have no savings. It's probably going to be 3-5 years until things are back to "normal" so buckle up, it's gonna be a rough ride.
  4. The people that drive Titans couldn't get approved for anything else.
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    https://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/index.htm Key Points Clinical laboratory data remain elevated but decreased for the fourth week in a row while ILI activity increased slightly. The largest increases in ILI activity occurred in areas of the country where COVID-19 is most prevalent. More people may be seeking care for respiratory illness than usual at this time. Nationally, influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 viruses are now the most commonly reported influenza viruses this season. Previously, influenza B/Victoria viruses predominated nationally. Laboratory confirmed influenza associated hospitalization rates for the overall U.S. population remain moderate compared to recent seasons, but rates for children 0-4 years and adults 18-49 years are now the highest CDC has on record for these age groups, surpassing rates reported during the 2009 H1N1 pandemic. Hospitalization rates for school-aged children (5-17 years) are higher than any recent regular season but remain lower than rates experienced by this age group during the pandemic. Pneumonia and influenza mortality has been low, but 144 influenza-associated deaths in children have been reported so far this season. This number is higher for the same time period than in every season since reporting began in 2004-05, except for the 2009 pandemic. CDC estimates that so far this season there have been at least 36 million flu illnesses, 370,000 hospitalizations and 22,000 deaths from flu. Antiviral medications are an important adjunct to flu vaccine in the control of influenza. Almost all (>99%) of the influenza viruses tested this season are susceptible to the four FDA-approved influenza antiviral medications recommended for use in the U.S. this season.
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    This is a clean slate and new stats will be logged, can't begin to compare the U.S. to the rest of the world. Sure the elderly are always suseptible to influenza but in the United States I suspect obesity will be a much greater factor in the demise of many, many more.
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    I love the Tokyo Rose posts is these threads.
  8. Transmission, torque converter and throughly flush the cooling lines then have it programmed. Sorry, but the only real fix is to start over from scratch.
  9. It's not towing, it's stopping and accident avoidance (ie swerving at 60 mph).
  10. A code indicates an issue with the circuit not necessarily a component as you have discovered.
  11. True, not the adjustment it's the bulbs. With Spring right around the corner local LE apparently have been using aftermarket lamps as a reason to stop vehicles to see whose been naughty and whose been nice. lol
  12. Not a waste of time it's a serious safety issue. Hopefully now if anyone seaches they will happen on this thread.
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