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General Flynn ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Dr. Scott Atlas: The Reality Is The Lockdowns Killed People

•Lockdowns pushed 130M people into abject poverty.
•400,000 new deaths from Tuberculosis.
•Tens of millions more babies dying of malaria.
•325,000 Americans skipped chemo in Spring 2020.
•50% of heart attack/strokes did not call ambulance.
•65% to 75% of cancer screenings missed.

rumble.com/vsbvz4-dr.-scott-at

Coming from other languages, I am appalled by the typical React codebase.

It is filled with antipatterns, codesmells and bad practices - at least, seen from higher levels.

Aaaaand there's a bug in the Debian install process that would have been caught by a Debian user actually trying it out.

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A good friend of mine @Marchpower has kicked off a substack. I'm coding a survey engine for her, which will probably come up in a later article. Her current one just came out:

marchtwisdale.substack.com/p/y

The big missing gap in COVID treatment. Question is why?

My article today in American Thinker.

Early Outpatient COVID Treatment – Why is There Still no Plan?

americanthinker.com/articles/2

Moxie (founder of Signal) writes about "web3" and, boy oh boy, bullets flying all over the room.

Please take ten minutes of your day to read it; you'll learn something, and you'll be better prepared to evaluate random comments talking about NFTs and "web3"

moxie.org/2022/01/07/web3-firs

I've always known Go was in my future. I'm on a new project which requires a pretty robust public-facing web service. Was doubting my usual workhorse--Python w. HTML middleware--was quite up to the full firehose.

Just finished protyping with gin-gonic and WOW. Easy to use, and very bloody fast. I'm going to scaffold the backend DB and measure again, but I think I've found my new web service workhorse!

56 German doctors cite 7 excellent arguments against mandatory vaccination

In the US, this cannot happen because any doctors who speak against the false narrative would be severely criticized, de-platformed, and punished.

stevekirsch.substack.com/p/56-

To be clear: inline comments in code are *not* literate programming, no matter how thoughtful you get with them. Never will be. It feels very different from writing code blocks in a markup language. A true literate programming system has the ability to write code out of order as well.

A nice consequence of using a markup language is that you can write and outline structure before producing any actual code. Many of my own literate programs started this way, and I believe they turned out to be better because of it.

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The topic for today’s The Lotus Podcast, which I record with @Pheonix420ValhallaVixenofThe42 would have been on the Tarot card called The Tower (among other things).

Unfortunately, I am getting a real life lesson in The Tower card at the moment with a divorce that has gone thermonuclear. So…the show is on pause for the moment until I can get a stable home base again.

Meanwhile, you can listen to our past episodes at lotuspodcast.net

Some of you believe the NA show is correct about way too much. They’re wrong about puh-lenty of stuff.
If you mindlessly accept what other say about anything your not doing anything special. You’re EXACTLY like the people that mindlessly accept what the M5M spews, just the other direction.

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