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hockeydoc

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hockeydoc last won the day on October 24 2020

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  1. hockeydoc

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    One would have thought the whole world should have "herd immunity" by now, since COVID19 has been around for over a year- unfortunately this is not the case- from Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center: Global Confirmed 94,579,284 Global Deaths 2,023,914 U.S. Confirmed 23,759,711 U.S. Deaths 395,851 and new cases
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    For the Havoc, it's a combination of players on the IR and on the "health concerns" list- most likely similar situations for the other teams. Doc
  3. The Tide used to be "crusty" ("3 yards and a cloud of dust") but Coach Saban and his staff and his teams have adapted and adjusted to the new rapid pace of the game (no-huddle, RPO, lots of passing) so they aren't so staid or crusty any more. Doc
  4. RTR! Number 18 for the Crimson Tide and number 7 for Coach Saban- great accomplishments! Doc
  5. Theoretically, yes. Having been in the Air Force, the wording of the oath of enlistment and oath for commissioned officers both say "I, ___, do solemnly swear (of affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic...). The COVID virus may or may not be of foreign origin, but it certainly is an enemy, both foreign and domestic. I don't think the military can defend against this sucker, as there have been outbreaks among military members as well as the civilian community. Doc
  6. Not really. Anyone COVID positive should stay home. Players who are positive are not allowed to be at the rink. Medical facts, not a political statement. Doc
  7. I can't explain why you and your friends fortunately have not gotten COVID- just thank the Good Lord you haven't yet. I CAN tell you it's not because you drink beer. Do you mask and social distance? Doc
  8. No- I don't drink during games (that does not preclude drinking AFTER I have taken care of our team and the opponents!). I know who you are and you know who I am. Doc
  9. Not to belabor the point, but our beer-drinking patients are not immume to the COVID virus either. There are bad apples in every profession. (And yes, you have). Doc
  10. Sorry, JMC, it's not the hops. No hops in mouthwash, gin, rotgut whisk(e)y, or whatever other 2 carbon fragments booze our alkies can get their shaky hands on. Doc
  11. Good luck on your research project. Your group of n plus however many friends you have does not prove your hypothesis that drinking alcohol kills COVID-19. I can tell you from experience in our ER that there have been many many positive cases in our alcoholic patients as well as in our patients who do not drink alcohol. I don't doubt, however, that you could get a grant for your study- both government and academia have awarded billions of dollars for silly studies, such as showing motorcycle riders are more likely to be injured in a wreck than automobile occupants, the elderly are more likely
  12. I know you're joking, JMC (I hope), but fred and other people, God forbid, please don't do this! Doc
  13. ??? Which "he" are you referring to? Who would you rather believe- Dr Fauci, who is an immunologist and has served as the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, where he oversees research to diagnose, prevent, and treat infectious diseases, or a neuroradiologist who probably got very little training in immunology and infectious diseases in med school and residency (I know that I sure did not have formal blocks of training in these fields back in the day when I went through med school and residency). Doc
  14. The COVID pandemic and the science of it are real. Unfortunately, both the science and the treatment of the d--n virus have been over-politicized by both sides of the aisle. Doc

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